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  • adj. of, relating to, or as a result of an entheogen


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  • #3: A story about teenage kids that purchace entheogenic hallucinogens off of the internet and discover a paranormal conspiracy while taking them.

    Million Dollar Story Ideas While Leeching Off Of Starbuck's WIFI Without Buying Anything: Episode 1

  • It is interesting to note that the proper use of these entheogenic substances under the guidance of an experienced elder or spiritual adept does not usually result in drug abuse, destructive tendencies or mental illness.

    Larry Malerba, D.O. : Medical Marijuana: The Pros and Cons of Legal Cannabis

  • My first entheogenic experience mescaline in 1970, featuring ecstatic hours of gazing at/into springtime flowers, effortlessly obliterated my atheism; a few years later, I began meditating, entering into a first-person and third-person relationship with God, with a particular fascination with altered states.

    Robert Masters - God as the Ultimate You

  • Their entheogenic ceremonies, called “breaking open the head,” are done to establish communication with ancestors.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Any part of a plant can have entheogenic god-releasing aspects—roots, bark, resin, leaves, twigs, flowers or vines—but fruits seem particularly potent.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • As for the psychedelic side of things, a collapse of the US federal government and the apparatus of the Drug War would come as quite a boon to the entheogenic plants and their human allies, as would a diminishing of the distracting and anesthetizing stimulation provided by the corporate media.

    2008 December

  • The scourge of our roads, as always, is the legal drug ethanol (which I would argue has little redeeming entheogenic value), not the legal herb Salvia.

    kevynwight Diary Entry

  • However, I became interested in Salvia last year as a safe, legal, entheogenic substance and decided to give it a try.

    kevynwight Diary Entry

  • This concept first took root in his entheogenic experiences shared by him and his brother Dennis McKenna as documented in the book True Hallucinations.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • The most popular plants used for aromatic blends include salvia divinorum, thorn apple, fly agaric, Hawaiian baby wood rose, mimosa, guarana, mitragyna speciosa as well as many other entheogenic plants.

    RIA Novosti


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