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Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code
    #3773193 - 02/13/05 06:40 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

These two chemicals psiloc(yb)in. Can and will alter the human consciousness. Cellular regeneration through out the body.

Evolutionary process of into a transhuman form. This is not too be taken lightly. Only the hardcore psychonaut can handle travelling into quantum imagery and original dimensions. Altering the DNA code into transhuman form. A faster running and thinking species. This is very dangerous.

Seeing in higher resolutions. Depending on dose with pupilary dilation. Cause by psiloc(yb)in optics.
At the peak you can run about 30 km. I have done it a few times.
Effortless running. Growing new nerve endings all through the body.
Have better senses for the rest of you're life. Having better motor skills.

Only a few ones who reach for the goal of enlightenment should take the fungus.


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Somaism]
    #3773220 - 02/13/05 06:52 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

People are going to take it anywayz.DO you thin kif my moms older borther had schizophrenia that me taking mushrooms could lead to me having it?
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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Somaism]
    #3773453 - 02/13/05 09:11 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

The evolution of our planet has certainly had a deep involvement with psi drugs since the drugs where there!

Animals ingest psi drugs all the time. Humans have been eating mushrooms, mesc, MJ, Opium and DMT containing plants for thousands of years. Does this mean we are already a super-trans-human form?

What do you mean growing new nerve endings? Has this been scientifically observed?


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Ego Death]
    #3773514 - 02/13/05 10:00 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

dano, I *think* your just supposed to enjoy it, not look for scientific data....  :shrug:
Soma, :thumbup:  keep up the runnin....  :wink:

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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: PhanTomCat]
    #3773564 - 02/13/05 10:32 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

Why what, when which who where, how.. :P

had i a server, i would upload this :P this is cool watching :P hahah hirr hirr..

Terence Mckenna - The Purpose of Psychedelics (2 Minutes).mpg


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Gomp]
    #3773635 - 02/13/05 11:16 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

there's definitely something happening

I'm just not sure what :cool:


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Somaism]
    #3773688 - 02/13/05 11:36 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

Can psilocybin allow you to speak in complete sentences?  :tongue:

Only a few ones who reach for the goal of enlightenment should take the fungus.
Spiritual elitism is the ultimate irony.

At the peak you can run about 30 km. I have done it a few times.
People have run 100 miles while NOT tripping. I doubt we will see you zooming at your nearby marathon event.  :rolleyes:


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Swami]
    #3773716 - 02/13/05 11:46 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

swami, you have to admit that something 'magical' lies within that fungus

life itself is one grand magic show, but certain things certainly up the ante :smile:


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: ShroomeroUno]
    #3773737 - 02/13/05 11:55 AM (12 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

ShroomeroUno said:
People are going to take it anywayz.DO you thin kif my moms older borther had schizophrenia that me taking mushrooms could lead to me having it?
Thanks ShroomeroUno



Quit fucking cross posting! You are either the worst puppet or the stupidest most selfish mofo around.

*goes back to reading the spiritual and philosophic debate he enjoys*


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: deff]
    #3773753 - 02/13/05 12:01 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

swami, you have to admit that something 'magical' lies within that fungus

I do? Why is that? People take them, claim to be changed, yet are appreciably no different at all. If alcohol was extremely rare and hidden for centuries, people would make similar claims as to it's magical properties.


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Swami]
    #3773893 - 02/13/05 01:06 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

magic isn't necessarily metaphysical

it's all in perception, itself subject to such unexplained phenomenon as the psychoactive indole compounds

(and don't say- well, they bind to these receptors here and here... afterall, what is it about a 37-atom compound that can create perceptions of seemingly infinite landscapes, transpersonal and innerpersonal communication, feelings of oneness with the universe, ect...)

For a test, I give you five grams of potent dried psilocybes and you convince me after two hours that there is nothing special about them :cool:

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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: deff]
    #3773899 - 02/13/05 01:10 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

What is this vague "something" that is special? Are shroomers not as ego-based, illogical, error-prone, and rude as non-shroomers? My expereince here tells me otherwise.

A change that cannot be observed is meaningless.


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Swami]
    #3773904 - 02/13/05 01:14 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

I never said long-term change at all...

But when one is on them, as in, when the compound is binded to their brains, something incredible and far beyond the scope of language happens.

You know what I'm talking about :smile:


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Swami]
    #3773934 - 02/13/05 01:26 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

Swami said:
A change that cannot be observed is meaningless.




A change that cannot be observed is meaningless only to the one who cannot observe it. That does not mean that a change has not occured and that said change will not alter the way the universe plays itself out - the very fact that a change occurs implies that the universe itself is altered. :grin:

The simple fact that an observer cannot observe a change only means that the observer does not have the means to observe the change - resting on the condition that a change has indeed occured. I cannot personally observe quantum activity, there were times that no one at all had the capability to do so, but that doesn't imply that changes aren't occuring and that these changes, if they are occuring, but are not observable, are meaningless.

How can you measure mental change in another person, man? The mind's activities are far too dynamic for a given external situation or thought will automatically equate into a certain action being taken. I do not see how you can feel that the "spiritual" understandings that others take on and express do not actually produce change, not to mention the very fact that they have that understanding and are expressing it is change. :grin:

I acknowledge that this train of thought probably isn't the clearest, as I'm tired and sore and about to get off of here, but hopefully something translated. :wink:

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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: deff]
    #3773939 - 02/13/05 01:28 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

They are no more magic than watching fireworks.

While shrooming: Ooh look! I moved an object with my mind. (Sorry, no you cannot.) Wow! I can read your thoughts. (Tests show otherwise.) Look at how creative I am. (Independent observer sees colored squiggles on paper reminsicent of childish scratches.)

If delusion is magic, then sanitariums must be filled with magical people.

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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Swami]
    #3773996 - 02/13/05 01:52 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

magic is in the perception of enchantment

it is being filled with awe and wonder over the seemingly unexplainable

while science has shown that indeed things can be 'understood' (a perceptually similar model in the place of the truly unkowable), this should not take away from the beauty that is existance.

I am not here to debate telekinesis or telepathy, both of which I not only believe in, but to a degree of conviction equal to the belief of gravity :smile:. These things are not provable over an internet message board suprisingly. (to add- I sent out an application to randi, and just recently recieved a reply stating that I must send them a notarized signature to be applicable)

You can say that the inebriated state caused by mushroom ingestion is nothing special at all. But I stand by my challenge, my first challenge here :smile:, that you should take five grams of fungus and continue this argument :cool:

There will always be things that are unknown to us. A single part of the universe (us bodies) cannot contain all of the information of the entirity of that universe. Not only that, but we percieve our reality on such small portions of the electromagnetic spectrum, which is truly infinitely vast as size itself is relative. Humans for some reason appear to be instinctually afraid of not knowing something, so they compose subconscious worldviews that aid in their comfort levels. To not be amazed and in awe over your own existance, something so marvellous and infinitely intricate as it is, to me, appears as being delusional.

Magic is the beauty of the unknown, and if it is explained it is unfortunately often looked at as non-magical. However, knowledge itself is barely the tip of the iceberg of existance, and truly everything is in essence unknown. It's really up to the person to chose between a false sense of comfort or boundless amazement :cool:


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: deff]
    #3774026 - 02/13/05 02:03 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

it is being filled with awe and wonder over the seemingly unexplainable

It is great to have wonderful feelings, but what is the practicality of that? Heroin gives one the most amazing feelings. So what?

You keep promoting a higher dosage of fungus.

1. You have no idea of my history with entheogens.

2. Higher dosages do not equate to greater changes, just more scrambled neurons. Perhaps if you lived through the sixties and seventies and saw the all-too-numerous burn-outs, you might have a different perspective. Check out the sleazy ghetto that Haight-Ashbury turned into.

What did Mckenna personally achieve from his shroom journeys? Did you read in True Hallucinations where his girlfriend ODed big time on mushrooms and nearly over-heated while totally freaking out? Is that a wonderful feeling?


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Swami]
    #3774049 - 02/13/05 02:15 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

Five grams is a hefty dose, but by no means is it abnormally high.

What's the 'practicality' of being happy, is that your question? Umm...

Well, maybe in the society's model of 'productive' mortality-denial, human worth valued by career, and the unbelievable fast-paced rush that it promotes - happiness is seen as a waste of time. But come on now, we are ALIVE, and anything that increases our appreciation of life is something worth pursuing. If that means doing heroin, and you feel no remorse for damaging your future self, then go nuts. There really are no guidelines in life besides illusory concepts people assert over others. Enjoy the experience and don't take it so seriously :cool:

While not everyone is 'fit' for the psychedellic experience, that does not change the fact that it is UNNNNNBBBEEEELIIIEEVVABLE :cool:

Honestly, if you do not see it as something of amazing perceptual effects and life-changing realizations, then maybe it's just bad product :laugh:

And again, my challenge is for you to argue that psilocybin just 'fucks up neurons' as you implied, while under a hefty dose of it. I cannot imagine anyone being able to keep a straight face doing that :smile:


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: deff]
    #3774080 - 02/13/05 02:29 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

What's the 'practicality' of being happy, is that your question? Umm...
Seems shrooms have not done well for you reading skills. (Strawman ramble and projection ignored.)

If is is so life-changing, why are people here not more "advanced" than elsewhere?

What is there not to believe? One disrupts normal neurotransmitters and has an abnormal experience. Not at all surprising. People drink cough syrup and take animal tranquillizers and make somewhat similar claims.

BTW, it is up to you as claimant to point our specific changes.


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Re: Psiloc(yb)in and the evolution in the human species DNA code [Re: Swami]
    #3774107 - 02/13/05 02:36 PM (12 years, 8 months ago)

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If is is so life-changing, why are people here not more "advanced" than elsewhere?




Among people who seek drugs out for spiritual purposes it can deepen their thoughts and spirituality.BUT so can ANYTHING really.I also feel most people here want a high and nothing more.Perhaps it is the perception of the person seeking spirtuality through drugs rather than the actual effects and constituents of the drugs.

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What is there not to believe? One disrupts normal neurotransmitters and has an abnormal experience. Not at all surprising. People drink cough syrup and take animal tranquillizers and make somewhat similar claims.





I agree with you 100% on this swami.


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