September 21, 2010
Short video explaining what an psychedelic experience is like and what can be achieved from the use of such sacred substances as shamans, scientists, psychonauts, explorers, occultists, religious people, the spiritual ones, and so many others have used for insights, understanding, problem solving, connecting with higher self and existence, having spiritual experiences, experiencing the truth of ones being and reality, and so on. DISCLAIMER: INFORMATIONAL PURPOSE ONLY! NOT INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION BUT ONLY FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES! More info: www.DrugsGlobal.tk Substances which generate god or spirit within. Peyote or psilocybin mushrooms are traditional examples of this. (from Entheogens and the Future of Religion) 1. psychoactive sacrament; a plant or chemical substance taken to occasion spiritual or mystical experience 2. hallucinogen; psychedelic Carl AP Ruck, Danny Staples, Jeremy Bigwood and I, in collaboration with Wasson, proposed the neologism entheogen[ic] in 1973, as a term “appropriate for describing states of shamanic and ecstatic possession induced by ingestion of mind-altering drugs.” Noting that shamanic inebriants did not provoke hallucinations or other psychiatric pathologies, we deemed hallucinogen[ic], psychotomimetic and its congeners to be pejorative, prejudicing “transcendent and beatific states of communion with deity” characteristic of traditional use of visionary drugs. We noted that, besides being pejorative outside of the counterculture …
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