This is an excerpt from a documentary covering the phenomenon known as “cluster headaches”, the pain of which is said to be worse than natural childbirth or amputation without anesthetics. In short, the worst pain known to man. The guy’s name in this video is “Chuck”. He reportedly suffers from a heart condition with makes him unable to take most abortive drugs, so the only way he can attempt to stop the attacks is by breathing pure oxygen. By the looks of this video, it doesn’t help much. This documentary was made by a group advocating the use of such drugs as LSD and psylocibin (found in shrooms), which have reportedly had great effect in aborting “cluster cycles”
Dr Future talks about drugs and the effect on the Pineal Gland (Third eye) and the spirit world, on Chris White’s radio show Knowwheretorun. About how and why and with what…. (different kind of drugs) and what it does to our brains, the third eye and the Spirit-world. The connection with the opening of the abyss, Apollyon and Locust. In this part he is talking about the experiments that have been done with the Belladonna Treatment, with Henbane and later LSD, by oa Bill Wilson, founder of the AA, an ex-alcoholic, who since then had a spirit guide and thought that he had seen god.
British army LSD Test
Mescaline vs. LSD vs. Psilocybin Mushrooms by www.NeuroSoup.com This video is a Q and A session response.
The Diviner’s Mint What are the street names/slang terms for Salvia divinorum? Shepherdess’s Herb, Ska Pastora. What is Salvia divinorum? Salvia divinorum is a psychoactive mint, used in traditional spiritual practices by the Mazatec people of Mexico and is legal in both Mexico and the United States. However, three states have banned the leafy green, making its possession — like that of heroin or cocaine — a felony. Salvinorin-A, the active property of salvia divinorum, is considered to be the most potent, selective and naturally occurring hallucinogen when smoked — rivaling the potency of the synthetic hallucinogens like LSD. What does it look like? It looks like green plant leaves or a liquid extract. How is it used? It can be ingested (liquid form) or smoked (powder form). What are its short-term effects? This drug is a psychoactive hallucinogen that can cause dramatic and sometimes frightening mind-states. Depending on dosage, a users reaction can vary from a subtle, just-off-baseline state to a full-blown psychedelic experience. It has been reported to induce an intense hallucinatory experience in humans (particularly when smoked) which typically persists from several minutes to an hour. It has been described as a “20-minute acid trip.” What are its long-term effects? Since not much is known, it can only be said that harm from Salvia divinorum most likely occurs from inadequate preparation or from using the drug in a setting in which it is dangerous to be …
Videoclip of LSD in the 60’s.