Videos Azid Force – Amanita Muscaria 1994

March 24, 2011

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Azid Force – Amanita Muscaria

Videos- Antonio Vivaldi 1678-1741 – Cello Sonata No. 2 in F major RV 41

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March 15, 2011

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Video: my experience with amanita muscaria

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Magic-Mushroom.com Tomas Tello – AM amanita muscaria

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Shroom: Amanita muscaria Powder

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News: Dr. Patrick Harding – Unwrapping the Mysteries of Christmas

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Do psychedelic mushrooms play a part in our Christmas traditions? Dr. Patrick Harding addresses the Amanita muscaria (fly agaric) mushroom and its possible role in the Christmas holiday. Dr. Patrick Harding enjoyed over 25 years as a university lecturer. He now runs numerous courses and works with the BBC on programmes about herbal medicine, wild flowers, mushrooms, and trees. Patrick is the author of ‘Gem Mushrooms’ and ‘Need to Know Mushroom Hunting’, and has had years of experience, lecturing and leading groups on fungal forays. Visit bluehoney.org for more videos.

Magic Mushroom – Mike Crowley – Sacred Elixirs: Placebo vs Shamanism

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A bluehoney.org original video: Mike Crowley discusses the connections between modern day placebo versions of “sacred elixirs” and their origins. Mike Crowley is a Buddhist scholar. His research has uncovered links between the Amanita muscaria mushroom and Buddhism. In addition to speaking several languages (Sanskrit, Latin, French, German, Tibetan and Welsh.), Mike is a published author, software engineer, ethnomycologist, graphic artist, musician, composer, teacher and web designer. His article, “When the Gods Drank Urine” can be found at Erowid.org.

Shroomies: The Pharmacratic Inquisition 8of8

March 8, 2011

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The Pharmacratic Inquisition is a provocative film from Gnostic Media that makes the argument that virtually all of the mythology, symbolism, and story of Jesus and related Christian traditions relate to two basic subjects: astrology and shamanism. For those unfamiliar with the evidence in support of this claim, this film can be truly eye opening and revolutionary. Much of the material for this film rests upon the work of John Allegro. Allegro was one of the original scholars chosen to translate the Dead Sea Scrolls, ancient Christian texts that were discovered in Qumram near the Dead Sea in the middle of the 20th century. Unlike his colleagues, Allegro was not beholden to the Catholic Church and therefore was able to develop his theories and interpretations free from Catholic dogma. The result was the radical claim that Jesus was a psychoactive mushroom. In particular, Allegro argued that the mythology and symbolism surrounding the Christ figure all point to Amanita muscaria mushrooms, the iconic red and white mushroom so common in Christmas symbolism and imagery. gnosticmedia.com

News: The Pharmacratic Inquisition 1of8

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The Pharmacratic Inquisition is a provocative film from Gnostic Media that makes the argument that virtually all of the mythology, symbolism, and story of Jesus and related Christian traditions relate to two basic subjects: astrology and shamanism. For those unfamiliar with the evidence in support of this claim, this film can be truly eye opening and revolutionary. Much of the material for this film rests upon the work of John Allegro. Allegro was one of the original scholars chosen to translate the Dead Sea Scrolls, ancient Christian texts that were discovered in Qumram near the Dead Sea in the middle of the 20th century. Unlike his colleagues, Allegro was not beholden to the Catholic Church and therefore was able to develop his theories and interpretations free from Catholic dogma. The result was the radical claim that Jesus was a psychoactive mushroom. In particular, Allegro argued that the mythology and symbolism surrounding the Christ figure all point to Amanita muscaria mushrooms, the iconic red and white mushroom so common in Christmas symbolism and imagery. gnosticmedia.com

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