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The Golden Guide Hallucinogenic Plants Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

Richard Evans Schultes

The Golden Guide Hallucinogenic Plants


What are hallucinogenic plants? How do they affect mind and body? Who uses them - and why? This unique Golden Guide surveys the role of psychoactive plants in primitive and civilized societies from early times to the present. The first nontechnical guide to both the cultural significance and physiological effects of hallucinogens, HALLUCINOGENIC PLANTS will fascinate general readers and students of anthropology and history as well as botanists and other specialists. All of the wild and cultivated species considered are illustrated in brilliant full color.


Posted by Southern on Tuesday, May 03, 2011 @ 00:31:00 EDT (1163 reads) 

Mexico ambassador: Our cartel leaders are businessmen, not terrorists Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Tod Robberson / Editorial Writer

cartel victim

I wanted so badly to include some other photos with this blog item. Our files are full of the most gruesome photos imaginable. There are dismembered corpses dumped on the sidewalk. There's one of a mother and her child dead on the floor, their bodies bloodied and pockmarked by bullets. This one is the least offensive I could find while still making the point that Mexico's drug cartels are terrorist organizations.

In a letter to the editor today, Mexico's ambassador, Arturo Sarukhan , comes to the defense of these mass murdering, torturing, dismembering, bombing, beheading, kidnapping and drug trafficking organizations, arguing that they are businessmen, not terrorists. Folks, we have a first here. You will not, until now, have seen any top Mexican official actually defending the cartels to this extent. But Sarukhan, taking issue with our editorial last week in defense of a bill before Congress to put Mexico's six biggest cartels on the State Department's list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations, strongly disagrees.

Yes, they are very violent criminal organizations, he says. But "they pursue a single goal. They want to maximize their profits and do what most business do: hostile takeovers and pursue mergers and acquisitions."

Again, in their defense, he says they have "no political motivation or agenda whatsoever beyond their attempt to defend their illegal business."

So, when they kill dozens of mayors, police chiefs, soldiers, journalists, newspaper editors, businessmen, mothers, children, American visitors, immigrants, farmers, truck drivers, musicians, dancers, teachers, etc., etc., etc., we are to believe this is just business? Part of a new mergers-and-acquisitions strategy? And when they hang signs from overpasses, along with a body to punctuate their point, warning that this is their territory, not the government's, there's no political message there?

Perhaps the ambassador should read up a bit on these entrepreneurial business groups to see what they're really up to. There's any number of articles, in English or Spanish, describing their political motives. Here's something I found from a 2009 piece by John P. Sullivan and Adam Elkus, two guys who know the difference between terrorists and businessmen:

Posted by Southern on Monday, April 25, 2011 @ 18:01:49 EDT (1208 reads) 

7 Things You Didn't Know About Medical Marijuana Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF

Written by Emily Lapkin and Medically Reviewed by Scott Pearlman, M.D.

[green crack medical marijuana]

[green crack medical marijuana]

1. Legal in 15 States

Think you know it all about medical marijuana? You might be surprised to learn it's already legal in 15 states. If you live in AK, CA, CO, HI, MI, MT, NV, NJ, NM, OR, RI, VT, VI, WA -- with the proper permit, of course -- you can smoke away what ails you.

more: OrganizedWisdom

Posted by Southern on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 @ 01:01:26 EDT (1156 reads) 

The Stench in Here is Terrible Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...


The story is told of a young chemist who, one evening, accidentally ingested a droplet of an unknown fluid from one of his test tubes, the leftovers of a past experiment.

Within minutes his mind went reeling and he was subjected to not only the wildest hallucinations, but also what he felt were world-altering insights into the nature of the universe.

The next day, after the drug had worn off, he tried to describe his experience to his colleagues and friends, but could not find the words to do it justice. Everyone he spoke to shrugged it off as a particularly vivid dream and went about their daily chores.

Frustrated, the next evening he placed a larger drop on his tongue, intentionally this time, and entered into a mental state beyond his imagining; he seemed to grasp, with no effort on his part, the very nature of existence. He not only saw God, he realized that he was and always had been part of God. He understood holistically and simultaneously every scientific axiom and principle — including ones that had not yet been discovered — as all being aspects of a single unified theorem of the cosmos, a theorem which he could inspect at his leisure, as if he were holding it in his hand.

But the next morning, once again, he could not remember the specifics of his insights, and his attempts to recount his breakthrough fell on deaf ears; his fellow scientists could not make heads nor tails of what he was saying, and his friends remained unmoved at his futile ramblings about God and the universe.

The young chemist was convinced down to the deepest recesses of his soul that he was perceiving a new level of reality, and vowed to record his new awareness and bring it to the world, thereby ushering in a glorious new age for humanity. So on the third night he locked himself in his lab with a large notebook and his favorite pen, and pledged to write down all his insights as they occurred.

He took another drop. His mind expanded. And he started writing.

It was glorious! His visions and realizations were even deeper than those of the previous night, but this time around he was able to describe it all in real time as it was happening. His pen flew across the page, words tumbling from him like a waterfall, delineating in lush detail everything he saw and grasped. He laughed in ecstasy with each new brilliancy, and sobbed in gratitude that he was able to preserve it forever and thereby change mankind for the better.

When he woke up the following morning, he once again had forgotten the details of his experience, but this time it would not be lost. He leapt up and found his notebook on his desk. Heart pounding, so excited that he was short of breath, he opened the cover and began to read.

But the first page was blank.

As was the second.

Frantically, he began flipping through the pages: they were all blank, until he got to the very last page. There, in his own distinctive handwriting, but so small and cramped that he could barely read it, was the only sentence he had written all night:

    The stench in here is terrible.

Posted by Southern on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 @ 01:29:13 EDT (1390 reads) 

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Posted by Southern on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 @ 15:22:38 EST (1215 reads) 

U.S. teenagers smoke more cannabis than cigarettes, new study reveals Score: More about Printer Friendly Send to a Friend Save as PDF Read More...

Teenagers regularly smoke cannabis joints more often than cigarettes as marijuana use makes a 'disturbing’ comeback amongst the young, a nationwide study has found.

Some 21% of high school students admitted they had smoked the drug in the last month, compared to just 19% who lit up a regular cigarette.

The figures are the first time since 1981 that cannabis has become more popular than tobacco, with rises across the board including amongst eighth-graders.

Teens prefer smoking marijuana over cigarette

Teens prefer smoking marijuana over cigarette

Weed trend: Teens regularly smoke marijuana more often than cigarettes according to a new report released today

They came amid a surprise reduction in binge-drinking suggesting that growing numbers of teenagers are swapping the bottle for a joint.

Experts said the change was because young people today do not consider marijuana to be dangerous and are oblivious to the risks.

They blamed the row over California’s medicinal marijuana Proposition 19 and similar laws in Colorado for sending out 'mixed messages’.

Posted by Southern on Wednesday, December 22, 2010 @ 16:56:54 EST (1175 reads) 

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