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Hello. Recently I have become acquainted with some "old heads" in my area who have been growing since the late 70's. There are really two main guys but they speak of many that have come and gone with them on projects over the years. I can't help but feel the need to share some info they have told me. They tell me of a man named Dr. Steve Pollock who they used to know. They talk about him like he is sort of the one who taught them first hand how to grow and basically like he was their partner way back when. They told me he was a very public figure in the magic mushroom "culture" and that he ran a very successful kit production business out of San Antonio, TX. I told them that I remember hearing that name one time or another. All they ever say about his death however- and they say this very confidently- is that he was being investigated by the FBI and he "knew too much" to quote them exactly. Apparently he spread the info needed to grow to too many people. And back then there wasn't the Internet and especially no places like this. I mean these old guys had to learn by meeting people like Pollock and learing how to grow in jars with brown rice and then figuring out on their own to spawn and it took a lot of discovering on their part so when a figure like Pollock gets out there and starts teaching the masses, it's not surprising that the FBI would want to do something about it. And who can deny that murder is the FBI's favorite method of silencing people they want silenced. Anyways, I was just wondering if this "theory" as you guys will probably call it has been thrown out there before.
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Actually Pollock faked his own death, went to work for the Illuminati and personally oversaw the mining of Building 7.
I suspect he was a victim of mind control lasers.
What I find strange is that nobody sees the death of Terence McKenna as suspect. A healthy guy who happens to be the figurehead for the counterculture, suddenly contracts a rare brain tumor and dies. I suspect they used the same radio isotope on his head that they used on Bob Marley's toe and on Bill Hicks' pancreas.
In “Blood Spore,” the intrepid Hamilton Morris delves into the 1980 murder of Dr. Stephen Pollock, whose pioneering research on magic mushrooms also made him into something of a mycological kingpin, selling psychedelic spores via mail order. This true-crime story takes the author from San Antonio, Texas (where Pollock died), to Amsterdam, where two entrepreneurs known as the Truffle Brothers manufacture nearly 20,000 tons of fungal gold per year. Morris never quite unravels the mystery of Pollock’s death, although a conversation preserved on an ancient cassette tape points glaringly toward collusion by the local police. But he does provide a vivid, comical, and frequently surreal window into the world of mycological obsessives, who wander the earth with their “eyes perpetually narrowed, minds bent on finding the precious fruit others squash under heel and haunted by the knowledge that no matter how hard they look something will always have escaped them.”
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