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Zap_Powerz 9 points ago +9 / -0

Other mushrooms that are also very good for you:

Agaricus Blazei

Chaga

King Trumpet

Cordyceps

Lions Mane

Reishi

Maitake

Shiitake

Turkey Tail.

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Dorktron4Runner 6 points ago +6 / -0

If kombucha is your thing, GT Dave’s make a great root beer brew that has turkey tail, reishi and chaga included in it.

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Ifwewalktogether 5 points ago +5 / -0

That stuff is one dank brew.

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Wow. I've never heard of this. Big fan of GT synergy, ginger, mango

will have to try this, if and when i see it

grape was sublime, but they had to cancel it because of alcohol content >:|

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

There are going to be pharma shills, and then also probably normal biblers here who say that psychedelics make demons inhabit you and such

a question for them is, 'if you microdose (or don't reach threshold dose), do you get the demons? or is it just medicine?'

same question with cough syrup

same question with alcohol

Ok. So enough with your dumb demon theories. If you get demons, then those demons are YOU. Because psychedelics make your own subconscious come to the forefront of your consciousness

Maybe you need to make peace with your demons? eh?

Also, I can tell you that freemasons have kept the psychedelics from people because psychedelics are the 'key to the mysteries' and they are the method for the alchemist to work on the great work -- themselves

so freemasons are also culpable for keeping psychedelics from us; and I know this because I wrote a thing on reddit that was QUITE popular about alchemy and psychedelics and 'khemethuasca' which is syrian rue plus nile acacia and months later there were TWO books about this, taking my idea and running with it

i am convinced if I had written that book i'd have been killed or it would have been suppressed by amazon

because after I wrote about kemethuasca theory, I got nonstop death threats from TMOR faglets that stalked and harassed me and then got me kicked off /r/conspiracy by way of a false cause

i just connected the dots of their own symbolism. hiram abiff being buried under an acaia tree. they say shittim wood, the holy wood of the ark of the covenant and i'm like...yeah there's much more to acaia than that...go deeper....then i found syrian rue in their iconography....they arwn't hiding anything...it's all there you just hsve to connect dots

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Zap_Powerz 8 points ago +8 / -0

Let me see if I recall this correctly, something I heard Clif High say:

Ancient Germanic tribes used to make "beer" from fermented mushrooms. You can imagine the effect this had on them and their perspectives on life because it was basically psychedelic beer.

Well, the Catholic church did not like them doing this so sent out a ban on making beer with mushrooms for obvious reasons. The church could not have people figuring out the mysteries of life because the church was busy suppressing that knowledge.

I think this was in the 1,000 to 1,200 AD range. It is one of the things that led to their precise and legal (meaning had to be followed) recipes for beer in Germany.

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Very interesting stuff, Zap. Clif High is someone I should listen to, I've heard the name a few times before. I get him confused with Max Igan because they look alike

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Zap_Powerz 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think you'd find him interesting. Very intelligent. Self proclaimed paranoid schizophrenic and psychonaught.

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nice!

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HeyJesusBringMeABeer 2 points ago +2 / -0

I discovered this a long time ago during my Reddit days and wrote about it too.

And then I took the plunge, ate the mushrooms, every weekend in great contemplation.

There is much evidence.

For example,

What was unleavened (Ezekiel) bread?

What was the eucharist?

What was manna?

What was Aaron's rod/staff?

Why is the rod/staff/manna inside the ark?

Why is fasting still important in religion?

Why is wine called the blood of Jesus, and bread called the flesh of Jesus?

What are the three wise men?

What is the holy anointing oil?

It goes on and on and on...

All this stuff has been transformed into a silly religious doctrine, and hidden from society. The information has been "Hermetically Sealed" you might say, and lost with it, the free will (divinity) of human soul.

My favorite one is Santa.

What is Santa Claus? He is a saint "Nick" who dresses in red and white with a famous "red and white cap" who "flies on a sled with reindeer" and delivers the "gift" down your "chimney" where there's "smoke" placing the gift under your "tree". It's an allegory. A very beautiful one. I can't believe we still have it. Santa holds more truth than the Vatican.

Red and white cap = mushroom cap of amanita muscaria

Flies on sled with reindeer = flight aka "getting in higher spirits", deer eating amanitas and druids drinking their magic pee (deer liver detoxifies the amanita -> alchemy)

Gift = the psychedelic experience, the "message", etc

Chimney/Smoke = rising smoke is associated with spirits ascending towards heaven, Kundalini rising, serpent energy

Tree = you (Sephirot)

Santa = Jesus

Kids sit on Santa's lap because it resembles coming of age or rite of passage. It resembles a King sitting on his Throne, when he has obtained dominion over his empire. You have an empire of lesser self inside you. You have a hive mind. Some will never know, some will never conquer it. Plato tried to explain it. Aristotle didn't quite understand.

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Logos media (formerly gnostic media) has a lot to say about this when he (Jan Irving) first started. I believe it was with the pharmacratic inquisition and then the mushrooms in christian art videos (jesus was a mushroom -- sacred mushroom and the cross by john allegro); and then again with the 'secrets hidden in plain sight' 3+ hour video about freemason geometry and symbolism in art and architecture of DC. All these things pointed to the fact that freemasons were gnostics and aware of these allegories as 'alchemical cues' to greater mysteries that are unlocked by psychedlics found and refined in nature. I believe the alchemsts were not protochemists but transreality psychonauts...that were seeking psychedelics in order to explore their own consciousness to greater levels than can be obtained in decades of meditation.

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MuldersHairpiece 2 points ago +2 / -0

If you get demons, then those demons are YOU.

Absolutely true. Which goes to what are we really?

Meditate long enough or stay awake long enough and you will start to uncover this weird thing called your own subconscious where demons (egos) reside as projections of your own mind.

People are asleep. God forbid the PTB give them something as innocuous as pot or mushrooms to experience a higher consciousness. The real demons don't want you waking up.

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

The real demons don't want you waking up.

Very good point. Underrated as f.

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Dorktron4Runner 7 points ago +7 / -0

Nature holds all of the ingredients needed to fight any ailments, including cancer. Big Pharma has vilified psychedelics and marijuana through efforts like the DARE program to condition people into thinking these drugs are bad for you.

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NotGonnaDoIt 7 points ago +7 / -0

I can attest to the wonders of both the micro and macro doses. Subperceptual doses (50-100mg) taken every 3 days for 30 days can have a marked improvement in well being, cognitive function and empathy, among other things. It promotes neurogenesis and can help treat a variety of neurological disorders.

Macro doses (2.5-5g) can help break the veil of reality and give insight into the true nature of our existence here. That we are all truly connected, and one energy experiencing reality simultaneously through every point of view.

1 single macrodose has also been shown (John's Hopkins University study) to alleviate cluster headaches and depression for months on end.

The work Dr. Rick Doblin is doing with M.A.P.S. (Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies) is some of the most important research mankind is doing today.

And for you Christians out there... psilocybin containing magic mushrooms have been called teonanacatl in Mexico for centuries. Roughly translated it means "flesh of the gods." Sound familiar? Flesh of the gods, body of christ... when you eat the host in church today, what you are experiencing is a mock psychedelic experience. The chuch knows better than to give its congregation something that would radically shift the congregations opinion on the necessity of a cash driven, tax exempt "religion" that hides the crimes of its priests.

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Zap_Powerz 5 points ago +5 / -0

Have you seen the ancient paintings that include a magic mushroom along with religious figures? The ancient christians, probably the gnostics mostly, knew the value of psychedelics.

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NotGonnaDoIt 6 points ago +6 / -0

Yes and I truly believe they did. That information would help people break out of the mental and societal prisons we find ourselves in.

Which is why psychedelics are illegal.

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Zap_Powerz 5 points ago +5 / -0

See my other comment about germanic psychedelic beer being outlawed.

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MuldersHairpiece 3 points ago +3 / -0

Haha, well said. Everything is a lie in this matrix.

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Entropick 5 points ago +5 / -0

DMT saved my life. It also gives some people greater ability to spiritually function as it did myself.

https://www.thebiggestpicture.net/DMT

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ghost_of_aswartz [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

I wish chemical fabricators were a thing

I'd hack it on day 1 to make it produce dmt and psilocybin

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Entropick 1 point ago +1 / -0

We basically have that! Cultivation of the fungus can be tricky but there are easier methods these days, it's possible. DMT; out of mimosa hostilis, which can be hard to find, understandable but nature has these fabricators, the law just makes it hard to openly do.

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BurnYourMask 3 points ago +3 / -0

They are actually quite easy to grow yourself as well, it just takes time and a little bit of knowledge.

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Ifwewalktogether 2 points ago +3 / -1

Anyone want to chime in on what Johns Hopkins is doing spearheading the “second psychedelic revolution” as it’s often called with all of their new research over the recent years. I don’t trust it.

Yes psychedelics can be very useful and amazing. Micro doses to full trips can address the vast majority of psychological and emotional problems.

Yes it totally can help with ptsd. But I’m so suspicious of how thats all being touted and studied by our friends who ran event 201, dark winter and more with funds coming from Bill gates et al.

I always thought the system was scared of psychedelics and didn’t want us to have them.

But then you do some digging into the history of psychedelics in the west, the 60s and look at the players pushing it now and the pieces don’t fit for me yet.

I also found it interesting how much of the hippie / counter culture world drank the kool aid so quick.

I think anyone experienced with psychedelics knows they can be beneficial or harmful depending on how used. They’ve been almost entirely beneficial for me but I’ve seen them lay waste to others. There are some seriously fried acid casualties floating around.

The psychedelics are demons shit is so ignorant and clearly these people have never tripped.

Anyways. Anybody have any input on wtf they are really doing with these things and why Johns Hopkins is leading the research and why the media is unashamedly reporting on the “newfound” benefits from ptsd to depression and the open frivolous use of them in Silicon Valley.

Are they preparing to have your government trained therapist administer psychedelics as part of treatment and mkultra you in a “sanctioned” and clinical setting.

Oregon has decriminalized possession of psychedelics. More of a soros move than victory of the counter culture imo. But why?

They say within a decade there will be clinics you can go trip at.

Is the cat coming out of the bag or was it a lion all along?

I can’t put my finger on it, and as a lifelong psychedelic advocate, there’s something here not quite making sense to me.

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MuldersHairpiece 2 points ago +2 / -0

You're right to be skeptical. I too have wondered how they're going to capitalize on the newfound benefits of psychedelics (as if they couldn't have done this research fifty years ago).

If pot is any guide, they will have a system in place to ensure the wealthy make all the profits on whatever psychedelics they push. Hell it will probably be laboratory manufactured psylocibin so they "can provide a consistent dose" or some other bullshit excuse. Whatever the plan, someone has already figured out how they're going to make lots of money on this.

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HeyJesusBringMeABeer 1 point ago +1 / -0

Johns Hopkins seems like a nefarious entity. I don't trust them at all with this. George Soros is also funding some magic mushroom startups. These people creep me out big time.

By getting your medicine from the lab coats, it puts your faith in the lab coats. That is EXACTLY what they want. They want you dogma for doctors. That is EXACTLY what organized religion did, slowly but surely hide the medicine and replace it with priests who can somehow deliver the mercy of God, sometimes, maybe, if you obey them just right. And don't forget to donate some cash in the little basket that moves around.

Psilocybin is a gift from God and belongs to us all. It's a natural teacher. We should not synthesize it. We should not turn it into pills and prescriptions. The word "pre scription" is like saying before the scriptures, or before a narrative existed where priests could fill the role of medicine. Another word for paganism or divinity perhaps.

Before humans taught other humans, plants taught humans. Pre scripture era. We had faith in nature and God and the Great Spirit.

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OZ00MSTALLGEESE 1 point ago +1 / -0

i have grown and consumed psilocybe cubensis. i find it to be good.