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    I am unsure about whether this is correct. From what I have heard there is a fundamental difference between chemicals and plants. Chemicals simply affect our neurochemistry whereas plants have a spirit. Healing comes through connection with the spirit of the plant (even if we are not conscious of the fact that we are connecting with the spirit of the plant, we still can make a connection with it). Plants can also be used by the dark forces for programming purposes, nonetheless I think that in general they do more good than harm.

    I am personally on anti-psychotic medication, which has certain positive effects on my concentration and other things but also slows down the mental processes and gives a certain drunkenness. My own cult programming began from a combination of Alcohol and Ecstacy (somewhat like the MkUltra project where they used a combination of Barbiturates and Amphetamine as a truth serum).

    Please think very carefully before using synthetic chemicals. Mushrooms are much more real and earthy than LSD, for example. I can’t off the top of my head think of something with the same effects as MDMA (maybe actual love rather than the false MDMA “love buzz”…) but Ayahuasca apparently causes a long term increase of serotonin in the brain – unlike MDMA which poisons and destroys the brain’s serotonin receptors. Ayahuasca contains DMT as well. To use this brew, find a reputable Shaman who uses only plants rather than chemicals follows tradiional indigenous disciplines such as not allowing the presence of menstruating women. Treat all of these plants with respect, thank their spirits for the help they give you, use them in a positive environment (get away from the noisy toxic city…)

    VIVA PACHAMAMA

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