Part 2 of my article Psychedelia in the Movies, originally published in the Psypress UK Journal 2015 Vol IV, has been republished on Reality Sandwich… 364 more words
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I became interested in Iboga because of the research pointing to the ability of Ibogaine, its active ingredient, to help the brain produce a protein called glial cell-derived neurotrophic factor (GDNF), which in turn improves the recovery of dopaminergic neurons(1). 1,320 more words
I was asked in a comment on my YouTube channel to make a video about the difference between Bufo Alvarius and Ayahuasca.
I forgot to mention something very important in the video : Ayahuasca requires thorough and lengthy preparation and also has many contra indications, Bufo Alvarius does not. 22 more words
At the age of three, William Moore knew all about the rocks his father brought home from construction sites. The lump of igneous rock at the bottom of the mayonnaise jar his mother had given him had been unearthed near a sink hole, the chunk of smooth rose quartz beside it had been wrested from a squirrel’s nut stash. 165 more words
If there was ever a secret you ought to know then this is it…Prepare to have your mind opened and to have the doorway to a new magical universe opened. 16 more words