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Psychedelic plants; mushrooms, truffles, cacti and more can provide warm experiences for a few hours at a time that shine with enlightened truths.  It is very much a premature glimpse of enlightenment, a premonition, a preview, an advert for and not the true, gradual, lasting enlightenment which is what you can achieve over time with our help here.  Nevertheless these occasional, beautiful glimpses can help encourage one on their path.


Sometimes too much awareness of synchronicity or other sudden premature enlightenment can induce people to 'freak out'.  This is why the path of enlightenment is gradual.  So as for us to naturally accept the change one bit at a time.


Taking too much of a psychedelic substance can lead to panicked energies struggling to cope with the drastic and hasty change in experience of reality.  Take it slow, take it easy.  Less can be best.  At least while you're learning how you respond to a psychoactive substance.


Too much premature enlightenment can shock one with a blasting view of the shadowy aspects of life, appearing to engulf one whole then starting to chew...


Too much immersion with psychedelics and the inane mundanity of everyday, far less enlightened life can torture one.  It's like being given an infinite credit card that gets taken away the next day, just as you were getting used to using it.


Reality is belief.  Belief is majorly influenced by one's perceptions.  Therefore taking substances that affect perception can actually affect reality.


The Tibetan Book of the Dead (Bardo Thodol) describes the cycle of renewal of the psyche.  As one can experience when traveling one's path of enlightenment (and on psychedelics).

The Bardo or level, A, (Chikhai Bardo) is the transcendence of enlightenment.  Where one can transcend beyond space-time, beyond words, beyond self.  There are no visions and no thoughts.  It is a time of pure awareness and ecstatic freedom from Social energy involvement.  This is the Clear Light.  The secondary sub-level of level A is being aware of reality / Social concepts.  Also being self aware of the happening of the experience.

Level B (Chonyid Bardo) is the high awareness of the energetic vibes of reality, including Societal energy somewhat distanced from Society.  Here one can experience hallucinations, both positive and negative.  From the good and the bad energies respectively of your set & setting.

Level C (Sidpa Bardo) is being a player within Society.  Back playing the usual games, interactions, of Society.[87]


The more enlightened that one is, the more they experience level A.  The average psychedelic tripper spends most of their time on level B.


"For the unprepared, the heavy game players, those who anxiously cling to their egos, and for those who take the drug in a non-supportive setting, the struggle to regain reality begins early and usually lasts to the end of their session."

The Psychedelic Experience:

A Manual Based On The Tibetan

Book Of The Dead book,

Written by Dr.s Timothy Leary,

Ralph Metzner and

Richard Alpert (Baba Ram Dass)


Those are the types of people who shouldn't trip on psychedelics.  Plus those who are too haunted.  The level B hallucinations, the energetic vibes of reality, including Society, are so acutely perceived, that they can be astoundingly beautiful but when Attacking openly on an energetic level, can be too much to handle, especially for half day sessions on LSD.  The level C, everyday reality consciousness, helps keep these Attacks to the subconscious where they're autonomically dealt with and instead influence the personality.  Psychedelics can be used to help the haunting but one doesn't learn how to swim by diving in at the deep end.  Obviously generally we recommend approaching enlightenment gradually via the methods we describe in this book.  Using this to free oneself from Attack (haunting).  If drugs are chosen then psychedelic plants over the artificial LSD keep the experience more natural, sessions time limited and strong cannabis even more so yet with less of a psychedelic effect.


In a car after an illegal rave:

Marilyn: "That was the most wonderful."

Vicky: "You wait 'til Friday."

Marilyn: "It can't be as good as tonight.  It could never be as good as tonight."

Tim: "Had a good time then?!"

Vicky: "I'm thirstyyy."

Marilyn: "Tonight was it for me.  Tonight was it."

Other Guy: "You're still traveling, Marilyn."

Marilyn: "I saw the world as it really is.  I know now.  I know everything."

Later that day Marilyn commits suicide.

A few days later in the police station:

Detective Chief Inspector Morse: "Suppose you thought you'd found the secret of life itself."

Sergeant Lewis: "There isn't one, is there?"

DCI Morse: "That's what really wicked.  To make you think there is.  To make you think you've seen everything there is to see at 16.  That you've had the best of life before it's even begun.  To make you think there's nothing left to live for."

Inspector Morse (1987-2000) TV show,

Episode Cherubim & Seraphim (1992),

Written by Julian Mitchell


Acid, LSD-25, blotters are available for low cost worldwide.  These contain minute, catalytic doses of around 100g, 1/10,000g, of active chemical.  Acid was discovered by Dr. Albert Hofmann (1906-2008) in 1943 while working for Sandoz pharmaceuticals in Basel, Schweiz (Switzerland).  He unwittingly inhaled an active dose then fell off his bike cycling home to get some rest.  Acid trips of course provide a psychedelic experience but they do so without the warmth of plant psychedelics and they lock the user in the psychedelic state for three times as long, half a day, 12-hours.  It can end up being a marathon that overtaxes or overexposes one unnecessarily.  Plus being laboratory not plant made it's unnatural.


Gaia's (Earth's) psychedelic plants can be quite easy to grow at home.  Beware of legal prohibitions in this regard.


Psychedelic mushrooms like P. cubensis B+ can be grown in a box from spores in just a few weeks.  They last for years when dried and can be infused into syrups, turning them blue, for easy storage and use.


Like Obelix in the Asterix books.  Move beyond psychedelic drugs to a psychedelic mindset and way of life =).  It's doable, gradually.  Don't rely on psychedelics.  Instead live the life, walk the path.


If you had the (legal) opportunity do try reading this book while in a psychedelic mindset to see if it helps you see clearer some of the truths contained within these pages.


Don't believe the book The Psychedelic Experience[88] where it tells its readers that psychedelics are safe and simply fantasy, albeit one that should be distanced from.  For instance if one couldn't keep a fear Attack at bay then one could die of fright.  Keeping sedatives handy would help.  Guns save lives and they take lives.  Powerful tools are dangerous and must be used with great caution, and skill must be developed for their better use.


Synesthesia is, when tripping, the boundaries between your senses become blurred and you see sounds, hear colors, etc..


"We're all wired into a survival trip now.  No more of the speed that fueled the '60s.  That was the fatal flaw in Tim Leary's trip.  He crashed around America selling consciousness expansion, without ever giving a thought to the grim meat hook realities that were lying in wait for all those people who took him seriously.  All those pathetically eager acid freaks that thought they could buy peace and understanding for $3 a hit.  But their loss, and failure, is ours too.  What Leary took down with him was the central illusion of a whole lifestyle that he helped create.  A generation of permanent cripples, failed seekers, who never understood the essential, old mystic fallacy of the acid culture, the desperate assumption that somebody, or at least some force, is tending the light at the end of the tunnel."

Hunter 'Raoul Duke' S. Thompson (1937-2005),

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) movie,

Written by Hunter S. Thompson,

Terry Gilliam, Toni Grisoni, Tod Davies

and Alex Cox