Erowid Iboga, the Matrix, and Pineal Gland Decalcification Dylan Charles, StaffWaking Times The pineal gland has been at the core of spiritual traditions dating back thousands of years, spanning all inhabited continents. Prominently carved onto Buddhist statues, ceremoniously painted onto tribal faces, and deceptively displayed in the Vatican square, the pineal gland, known as the Third Eye, or Seat of the Soul, is still shrouded in mystery. One of the culprits to the endless poverty, warfare, and illness in society today lies in humanity’s collective disconnection from their soul and their true divine nature. Iboga is an ancient shamanic plant medicine derived from the root bark of a curious tree, the Tabernanthe Iboga, which has been used for millenia by the Bwiti tribe of Equatorial West Africa as a ceremonial sacrament. Fluoride and the War on Consciousness To further influence the consciousness of human kind in our seemingly backwards world, the mind is targeted and weakened by an onslaught of toxicity. Click to Enlarge Holographic Teachings
WebElements Periodic Table of the Elements Salvia Divinorum Smoking tobacco is injurious to health, yet people continue doing so. However, the trends of smoking have changed in the recent past and now people are using herbal smoke methods to induce benefits. Inducing herbs in any way is not dangerous since they are natural, therapeutic and beneficial sources of treatment for various health conditions. Salvia Divinorum, a popular herb, is also being used widely for smoking as a substitute to tobacco. Wide assortments of these herbs have been regarded as legal buds. Some of the most popular herbs used in this process include Salvia Divinorum, chamomile, hops, ginseng, damiana, kava kava, passion flower, wild dagga, skullcap, star of Bethlehem, scotch broom tops, artemisia vulgaris, betel nut powder, and various others. Moreover, a combination of specific herbs with Salvia Divinorum can also be beneficial to cure various health conditions. Different herbs combined with salvia are inhaled through chillums or pipes.
Chemdex | The Sheffield Chemdex: the directory of chemistry on the WWW since 1993 The Sacred Root Back to Don's Maps This page is supported by Intervention Support The sacred root is not Datura, however there is reason for thinking that Jean used at least the physical form and growth habits of mandrake when she created her "sacred root". My thanks to Toos Spee for drawing this to my attention. The name Mandragora is derived from two Greek words implying 'hurtful to cattle. ' The Arabs call it 'Satan's apple.' It has a large, brown root, somewhat like a parsnip, running 3 or 4 feet deep into the ground, sometimes single and sometimes divided into two or three branches. The leaves are quite harmless and cooling, and have been used for ointments and other external application. The fresh root operates very powerfully as an emetic and purgative. Mandrake was much used by the Ancients, who considered it an anodyne and soporific. Mandrake was used in Pliny's days as an anaesthetic for operations, a piece of the root being given to the patient to chew before undergoing the operation. 30:14.
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5 Things That will Happen when MDMA Becomes Legal Scientists are fascinated by MDMA. Profound feelings of love, empathy, and compassion for one’s self and others are the markers of a peak MDMA experience. And while it’s best known for being an ubiquitous party drug, MDMA has also contributed significantly to psychotherapy. But MDMA is illegal, classified as a Schedule 1 substance, and the resulting dangers get in the way of truly understanding the full range of its benefits. Emanuel Sferios, founder of DanceSafe and long-time harm reduction activist and drug educator, seeks to raise awareness about the importance of legalization in his documentary “MDMA: The Movie.” Here are 5 things that will happen when MDMA becomes legal: 1. The drug alters brain activity so users can approach their problems in a very different way. The combined effects make it useful for therapy, which is why, despite its illegality, there have been a number of FDA-approved studies for the treatment of severe PTSD. 5.
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