In 1979, J.J. McRoach, a former candidate for the Australian Marijuana Party, described one of his experiences in New South Wales No grease in this restaurant - instead brightly
painted walls with lots of sunflowers and colorful cushions......all very cool, very laid-back. Walking into the kitchen to suss food situation. Amiable freak cum cook loads me up with a
couple of salads. What brings you to Mullumbimby he asks.
The mushrooms, Ive come for the mushrooms.
Suetonius gives alternative versions, in Book V, Chap, xliv, in the Loeb edition
Et veneno quidem occisum convenit ubi autem et per quern dato, discrepat. Quidam
tradunt epulanti in arce cum sacerdotibus per Halotum spadonem prsegustatorem alii
domestico convivio per ipsam Agrippinam, quae boletum medicatum avidissimo ciborum
That Claudius was poisoned is the general belief, but when it was done and by whom
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adventurous rediscovery of an hallucinogenic mushroom cult among the Mazatec Indians of Southern Mexico. Dr. Wasson reported
the ceremonial use of certain mushrooms as divinatory substances among the Mazatecs and other native peoples in Oaxaca, Mexico
Existing evidence indicates that man in the Old World —Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia—has made less use of native plants and shrubs for their hallucinogenic properties than has man in the New World. There is little reason to believe that the vegetation of one half of the globe is poorer or richer in species with hallucinogenic properties than the other half. Why, then, should there be such disparity Has man in the Old World simply not discovered many of the native hallucinogenic plants Are some of them too toxic in other ways to be utilized Or has man in the Old World been culturally less interested in narcotics We have no real answer. But we do know that the Old World has fewer known species employed hallucinogenically than does the New World: compared with only 15 or 20 species used in the Eastern Hemisphere, the species used hallucinogenically in the Western Hemisphere number more than 100! Yet some of the Old World hallucinogens today hold places of primacy throughout the world. Cannabis, undoubtedly the most widespread of all the hallucinogens, is perhaps the best example. The several solanaceous ingredients of medieval witches' brews—henbane, nightshade, belladonna, and mandrake—greatly influenced European philosophy, medicine, and even history for many years. Some played an extraordinarily vital religious role in the early Aryan cultures of northern India. The role of hallucinogens in the cultural and social development of many areas of the Old World is only now being investigated. At every turn, its exte Mailfinvalru sdcn.net.cn sdcn.net.cn
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