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i dont know if this is news or not, but i found 3 baeos in my psilocybin "spot" yesterday. Unfortunately i couldnt take pics cause i was a long way from home and didn't want to wait the rest of the day out because they dry and lose their potency. Anyways, in case there are any skeptics, heres how i knew they were baeos. 1. i have a low end photographic memory, and they looked *exactly* like the pics. thats how i saw them in the first place. 2. they bruised VERY blue and almost instantly. 3. i found them in a place that has had 3 different kinds of psilocybins so far. picked some more cyans too Actually the third kind i found there was interesting because i've looked it up a bunch and never seen anything like it, though it was definitely "magic" cause it bruised blue. i will describe it, it resembled a cyan alot, with the wavy caps, but the caps were almost transluscent, and dark. and after a few days i saw them start bluing (i was skeptical at first). and even the cap blued. has anyone else seen these? good hunting everyone. sm
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the principle of authority" was the "eminently theological, metaphysical and political idea that the masses, always incapable of governing themselves, must submit at all times to the benevolent yoke of a wisdom and a justice, which in one way or another, is imposed from above."
"no one should be entrusted with power, inasmuch as anyone invested with authority must . . . became an oppressor and exploiter of society."