Acid Genes →
dewdropzgarden: …”We have shown that acute LSD treatment increases expression of a small set of genes in the mammalian brain that are involved in a wide array of cellular functions”…
nastradinxogja asked: Really interesting material going on here, I really like your blog! And thanks for teaching me about mono-atomic gold! peace, love and light :)
Learned something valuable today
tayroks: Apparently, calling someone “g” didn’t originally mean “gangsta”, but “god”. The Five Percenters (members of The Nation of Gods and Earths) use that term to call eachother, also saying “g” instead. With time, the “g” ‘s meaning changed for what we know today.
championlyfe: Five-Percenters (NGE) speak on the war in Vietnam. (1967)
brought my daughter to her first psychedelic...
we went to go see James Fadiman speak on the psychedelic journey. it was pretty ill he went over the basics that any psychonaut would have known, things like set and setting and determining dosage. one of the things that interested me is his research of low doses of psychedelics improve cognitive functioning, emotional balance, and physical stamina. the Q&A was basic curiosity questions...
Mono-atomic Gold, also known as Egyptian White Powder Gold, Fruit of the Tree of Life, Etherium Gold Powder, and Star-fire Gold of the Gods, is a mystical and alchemical substance used by the ancient people of Kemet (Egypt) to achieve super states of consciousness and mystical experiences. Mono-atomic means, “single atom.” It is non-metallic and non-toxic zero valence in nature,...
Daily Pagan News: INTRODUCTION TO VOODOO IN HAITI... →
pagannews: First and foremost Voodoo is a religion. It is the dominant religion of Haiti. Many of the practices and descriptions of Voodoo belief may sound to us like rank superstition, but then, imagine the beliefs of Christianity to people who know nothing about it. Tell them about the trinity or the…
Philosophy We respect the rich heritage that our Jewish, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and Muslim ancestors have handed down over the centuries. We anguish with traditional peoples everywhere whose ways of life are disappearing in the modern world. We struggle with them to preserve their own ways when they are threatened such as in Tibet or here in North America. Our teachers are from many paths...