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Jul 8, 1999, 3:00:00 AM7/8/99
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Fly Agaric (Amanita Muscaria) --
Siberian Shamans, and just plain folks tending the raindeer
and looking for a bit of transcendence now and then, would
consume the fungi, "fly agaric" (Amanita Muscaria) - not the
white one which kills, but the other one that's only effective
from regions far north. [Red cap w/ white specks, (internal
organs are up for grabs on this sort of enterprise)].
As the participants "celebrated", their urine would be
collected. The urine from those who had eaten the fungi
would then be passed around to others to drink. The urine
containing the "recycled" Amanita Muscaria was thought to
provide an experience as intense, if not stronger, than the
divine intoxicant itself...
Praise Be!

See also:
CSP - 'SOMA: Divine Mushroom of Immortality'
by R. Gordon Wasson

Interview with Olga Kharitidi

Selected Bibliography of Siberia

Inner Vision Research Institute Inc.

DMT (N,N-dimethyltryptamine) and 5-Methoxy-DMT (aka bufotenine)

Marie Osmond, the drug of a generation:

Shamanism encoded in world Religion

Ancient wisdom Conference EGYPT 1999

Goat Sucker wrote:

The Tri-une Brain

"This ordering and examination of three
broad functions of the human brain has
been crucial to recent understanding of
personality, culture and human motivation.
It is pretty much taken for granted as a
foundation for research and practice in
the helping professions today, although it
may not be so well known to the general

"The first scientific paper on the tri-une
brain was written by Paul D. MacLean and
published in 1952, but it took about thirty
years for this knowledge to inform thinking
about human behavior and motivation.

"The overall structure of the perspective is
that there are three seats of knowledge in
the brain: (1) the neo-cortex with its right
and left hemispheres which is the seat of the
'higher functions' such as language, imagery
and reasoning, (2) the limbic cortex which
includes the amygdala and septem and governs
fight-flight responses and other emotional
functions, and (3) a group of elements at the
base of the brain clustered around the brain
stem which process time and space awareness
and other sensori-motor functions of the body.
MacLean called this area 'the R-Complex.' The
neo-cortex is a late evolutionary development
and found only in the primates. The limbic
cortex is common to all mammals. The R-Complex
is shared by reptiles, and hence is sometimes
referred to as 'the reptilian brain.'"


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