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Amanita Virosa - Original Plague

“Prelude,” starts off slowly, encouraging a deep reflection in the listener. “I Walk Away,” snarls into being with definitive anger and power. “My Enemy,” twists and turns, slowly bringing about complete carnage and destruction. 128 more words

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Amanita

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sealed

a tomb of modern amenity

eggshell white

enough to drive a man mad if

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Poem

The Sussex Weald: under the trees mushrooms glow

St. Leonard’s Forest, Sussex Weald, June 2019

Gentle rain falls as dog walkers share tales in the car park. Squirrels saved from their pet’s jaws giving thanks with a bite of their own. 401 more words

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"The Mushroom Cultist"

Just a little something I’ve been working on.

Somewhat inspired by my fiction work, including The Witch-Doctor. 

“The Mushroom Cultist” by Equanimous Rex

Out in the forest… 60 more words

What is normal? // Nomi

Sense8 tries to eliminate the label-thinking that surrounds gender and sexuality, whereas Transparent investigates these labels and in connection to that try to change the meanings sticking to those (this is especially evident when it comes to the label woman). 1,613 more words

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Beyond Psilocybin: Mushrooms Have Lots of Cool Compounds Scientists Should Study

Discover Magazine || Otober 16, 2018
Beyond Psilocybin: Mushrooms Have Lots of Cool Compounds Scientists Should Study
By Troy Farah

Psilocybin mushrooms, the “magic” fungi famous for giving users hallucinations and spiritual insight, may not actually be supernatural, but they come pretty close.

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