(SPIRITUAL HEALING HERBS)
“Psychedelics are illegal not because a loving government is concerned that you may jump out of a third story window. Psychedelics are illegal because they dissolve opinion structures and culturally laid down models of behaviour and information processing. They open you up to the possibility that everything you know is wrong.” ― Terence McKenna
are the Fourth way spiritual path and
people with this knowledge we call
Shamans, although they may not. The
main LSD and Ketamine
explorer and writer was John Lilly while
Timothy Leary was the main man who spread
the word about LSD with brilliant communication
skills such as this interview: 1966 Timothy Leary interview. The classic books are 'The Centre of the Cyclone
(see original cover below)' by
John Lilly, 'The Politics of Ecstasy' and 'Neuropolitics'
by Timothy Leary. Psychedelics have
been suppressed by killing off the people with that knowledge, called
Shamans and some
Witches, and outlawing their use.
These are called Power Plants or an Ally of Man by the Deer Tribe Metis-Medicine Society and Don Juan, the best ally after men, and can bestow immense personal Power if used wisely, partly by giving Visions and Knowledge, but also by being the greatest Aphrodisiacs, whose main gift is to open the Heart chakra and bestow great love/tenderness and intimacy, along with increased energy and pleasure, leading to great contentment and peace. They also throw a big spanner into the works of the Mind Control agenda, put lucidly by Terence McKenna (although many users are Pyjama persons, they have a spirituality about them which is the greatest gift of psychedelics--spirituality). This is is why Alcohol is that agenda's drug of choice, for us, along with Cocaine and Methamphetaminee (crystal meth) which opens you up to Possession, not forgetting all the Psychiatry nightmares, the biggest drug Addiction problem of all time. Cannabis prohibition feeds 50% of the Prison Industrial complex and costs $10 billion to enforce every year (USA) with an estimated $8 Billion in lost sales. Psilocybin, LSD, or Ketamine would cut prison returns dramatically (Tim Leary cut the prison recidivism rate from 70% to 10% using Psilocybin) along with curing Alcoholism (Peyote on the Brain: Nature's Cure for Alcoholism, Ketamine Psychedelic Therapy), most other diseases with Cannabis Oil ("Our research indicates that hemp oil is an effective cure or control for practically any disease known to man"--- Rick Simpson), and other spiritual diseases such as despair from lack of Spirituality/Knowledge that feeds criminality, and cut the supply to Prison Inc from Alcohol abuse, and robbery from Methamphetamine Cocaine & Heroin abuse.
The Huichol Indians high up in the Sierra Madre Mountains of central-west MexicoHigh Sierra Indians, walk 400 miles every year to collect Peyote and then spend a few weeks, no doubt, crossing what Don Juan called the 'barriers of affection', or 'talking to Jesus' (your higher self or Spirit) to use Quanah Parker's term (Native American Church). This would also destroy organised Religion and severely undermine the Church of Allopathy (Alcohol abuse fills most hospital beds), the two pillars propping up The Cult of Authority. No wonder they are all illegal!!]
See: Alcohol Heroin Cocaine Psychiatry Methamphetamine (crystal, meth, ice, speed, glass, chalk, crank), Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (Ecstasy, MDMA, E or X )
The Fourth way
Fly agaric mushroom
OPERATION CHAOS The CIA's War Against the Sixties Counter-Culture by Mae Brussell, November 1976
8 Basic Winner and Loser scripts by Robert Anton Wilson
Wilson, Robert Anton
Professor David Nutt
Sex, Drugs & Magick: A Journey Beyond Limits by Robert Anton Wilson
Psychedelics and Drug Issues
THE HUMAN BIOCOMPUTER by JOHN C. LILLY, M. D.
The Centre of the Cyclone by John Lilly
 Neuropolitics by Timothy Leary
History of Psychedelic Therapy
Handbook for the Therapeutic Use of Lysergic Acid Diethylamide-25: Individual and Group Procedures
by D.B, Blewett, Ph.D., and N. Chwelos, M.D. (1959)
LSD: My Problem Child
by Albert Hofmann, Ph.D. (1979; English translation 1980). Also available in Russian (pdf), Polish (doc), Chinese, and Japanese.
Remembrances of LSD Therapy Past
by Betty Grover Eisner, Ph.D. (2002). Also available as a pdf.
The Secret Chief Revealed
by Myron Stolaroff (1997/2004). Also available as a pdf.
Psychedelics and Culture
The Beyond Within: The LSD Story, Including the Past, the Present and the Future of the Drugs that Alter Consciousness and Produce Visions
by Sidney Cohen, M.D. (1964/1967)
The Ethnopharmacology of Ayahuasca
edited by Rafael Guimarães dos Santos (2011). (Also available as individual chapters and in magazine format.)
Drugs & Mysticism: An Analysis of the Relationship between Psychedelic Drugs and Mystical Consciousness
by Walter Norman Pahnke. Ph.D. Thesis, Harvard University. (June 1963) (“The Good Friday Experiment”)
Guided by the Moon: Shamanism and the Ritual Use of Ayahuasca in the Santo Daime Religion in Brazil.
by Edward McRae, PhD. Courtesy of the Núcleo de Estudos Interdisciplinares sobre Psicoativos (NEIP).
The Sacred Voyage: The Pilgrimage to the Soul
by Lars Faber (2006)
The Yage Drinker
by Fernando Payaguaje. (Donations will be forwarded to Pablo Yepez of the VIHOMA Foundation, who manages a small fund that supports Secoyas in need of medical treatment in Quito, Ecuador.)
The Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell
by Aldous Huxley (1954, 2009)
Ketamine: Dreams and Realities
by Karl Jansen, M.D., Ph.D. (2000, 2004)
The Road To Eleusis: Unveiling the Secret of the Mysteries
by Carl A. Ruck, Albert Hofmann, R. Gordon Wasson, Jeremy Bigwood, Jonathan Ott, Carl A. P. Ruck, Huston Smith, and Danny Staples.
Thanatos to Eros, 35 Years of Psychedelic Exploration
by Myron Stolaroff (1994)
Through the Gateway of the Heart : Accounts of Experiences with MDMA and other Empathogenic Substances
edited by Sophia Adamson and Ralph Metzner (1985)