Did you perchance mean mescaline?
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“In the US they do something similar to their writers, showering them with celebrity, riches and elegant, cruel, beautiful, laughing women in evening gowns, so that instead of tending their talent in musty back offices they end up wrestling a coyote at their own debauched, poetry-spouting, mescalin-fuelled rooftop pool party.”
“What the rest of us see only under the influence of mescalin, the artist is congenitally equipped to see all the time.”
“For the artist as for the mescalin taker draperies are living hieroglyphs that stand in some peculiarly expressive way for the unfathomable mystery of pure being.”
“Did Huxley actually write that "What the rest of us see only under the influence of mescalin, the artist is congenitally equipped to see all the time"?”
“So I assume that you support dealing just as harshly with alcohol use, as it is statistically proven to lead to more crime (including violent crime!) than use of marijuana, LSD, ecstacy, hash, opium or mescalin, right? will”
“But a diet increasingly weighted to the darker side of the Greeks, to Wilde, to Huysmans, de Sade, Genet, Huxley and his mescalin—you can guess the others—well, a diet like this in such a rarified environment, is bound to have an effect.”
“I don't want to give anything away, so I'll just say that it's philosophical; Huxley takes a dose of mescalin (similar to peyote) and writes about his experience.”
“There's an inherent disease goes with an inbalance of the juices in the brain that in transit causes one to envisage white faces, as if spiked by mescalin.”
“In the first place, experimenting with mescalin or with LSD 25 does involve serious risks.”
“Could you provide a comparison between DMT and a high does of mescalin or saliva perhaps?”
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