Magic Mushrooms - Flesh of the Gods - BANNED FROM EBAY 2 DVD-ROM boxed set
This disk set deals with curative and entheogenic properties of certain substances. There are any number of naturally occuring substances which have been used by humans for milennia for spiritual and curative purposes. Similarly, some recently discoverd man made substances are being investigated for the same reasons. There is no information on synthesis, extraction or cultivation contained herein. This material is for informative and educational purposes dealing with realms of the spirit and the individual's perception of the nature and structure of the universe as may be revealed by these substances. The use of these substances is not encouraged or endorsed. Many first person experiences are included. This is not a sourcebook for gratuitous intoxication, substance abuse, nor does it offer any encouragement to break any laws or engage in criminal enterprise and therefore does not violate and eBay guidelines.
Hallucinogenic species of mushrooms have a history of use among the native peoples of Mesoamerica for religious communion, divination, and healing, from pre-Columbian times to the present day. Mushroom stones and motifs have been found in Guatemala. A statuette dating from ca. 200 AD and depicting a mushroom strongly resembling Psilocybe mexicana was found in a west Mexican shaft and chamber tomb in the state of Colima. A Psilocybe species was known to the Aztecs as teonanácatl (literally "divine mushroom") and were reportedly served at the coronation of the Aztec ruler Moctezuma II in 1502. Aztecs and Mazatecs referred to them mushrooms as genius mushrooms, divinatory mushrooms, and wondrous mushrooms, when translated into English.
The first mention of hallucinogenic mushrooms in European medicinal literature appeared in the London Medical and Physical Journal in 1799: a man had served Psilocybe semilanceata mushrooms that he had picked for breakfast in London's Green Park to his family. The doctor who treated them later described how the youngest child "was attacked with fits of immoderate laughter, nor could the threats of his father or mother refrain him."
In 1955, Valentina and R. Gordon Wasson became the first known Caucasians to actively participate in an indigenous mushroom ceremony. The Wassons did much to publicize their discovery, even publishing an article on their experiences in Life in 1957. In 1956 Roger Heim identified the psychoactive mushroom that the Wassons had brought back from Mexico as Psilocybe, and in 1958, Albert Hofmann first identified psilocybin and psilocin as the active compounds in these mushrooms.
Inspired by the Wassons' Life article, Timothy Leary traveled to Mexico to experience psilocybin mushrooms firsthand. Upon returning to Harvard in 1960, he and Richard Alpert started the Harvard Psilocybin Project, promoting psychological and religious study of psilocybin and other psychedelic drugs. After Leary and Alpert were dismissed by Harvard in 1963, they turned their attention toward promoting the psychedelic experience to the nascent hippie counterculture.
The popularization of entheogens by Wasson, Leary, authors Terence McKenna and Robert Anton Wilson, and others has led to an explosion in the use of psilocybin mushrooms throughout the world. By the early 1970s, many psilocybin mushroom species were described from temperate North America, Europe, and Asia and were widely collected. Books describing methods of cultivating Psilocybe cubensis in large quantities were also published. The availability of psilocybin mushrooms from wild and cultivated sources has made it among the most widely used of the psychedelic drugs.
Magic mushroom experience!! (3.5 grams).mp4
A Bad Magic Mushroom Trip - psychedelic insight.mp4
A Muscaria Experience.pdf
Alchemical Enlightenment Psychedelic Mushrooms in Buddhist Tradition.pdf
Amsterdam's Smart Shops - Magic Mushrooms
AYA Awakening premiere discussion psychedelics, Ayahuasca, DMT, Ibogaine.mp4
Cancer, Are Mushrooms Helpful For Prevention Or Treatment.mp4
Drugs at Work (weed, ecstasy, magic mushrooms).mp4
Effect Magic Mushrooms - Sawarna Beach.mp4
Health Benefits Of Magic Mushrooms.mp4
Herioc doses of magic mushrooms.mp4
How Do Magic Mushrooms Expand Your Mind.mp4
Ethno-Mycology - 2002 Interview.mp3
Mushrooms and Mankind.pdf
Magic Mushrooms Around the World.pdf
The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross.pdf
World Wide Distribution of Magic Mushrooms.pdf
Magic Mushroom Hunt.mp4
Magic Mushroom Strains _ Species (2_3).mp4
Magic Mushroom Trip (Trippy Video).mp4
Magic Mushrooms Cured My Depression.mp4
Magic Mushrooms Full Documentary.mp4
Magic mushrooms - Long lasting postive effects .mp4
Mexico's Magic Mushroom Tea.mp4
My First Time Trying Magic Mushrooms (Trip Report) (Psilocybin Cubensis).mp4
Mystic Medicine - The Therapeutic Potential of Magic Mushrooms.mp4
On the Nature of the Psilocybe Folk Psychedelic Psychoid Persons.pdf
Magic Mushrooms in Jalisco Mexico.mp4
Psilocybin Medical Health Benefits Magic Mushrooms TRUTH.mp4
Psilocybin-Containing Magic Mushrooms - History And Modern Use (Full Lecture).mp4
Psychedelic Science Magic Mushrooms.mp4
The Sacred Mushroom.pdf
The effects of magic mushrooms.mp4
The Good, the Bad, and the Deadly.mp4
Wild Magic Mushrooms.mp4
The Magic mushrooms of Balingup FUNGIMENTARY (Full Length).mp4
The Psilocybin Experience - Magic Mushrooms _ the Brain.mp4
The Rise of Psychedelic Truffles in Amsterdam.mp4
UK Psychedelic Shrooms Psilocybe semilanceata.pdf