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College and Self work

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Everything from Jefferson Airplane to Brotha Lynch Hung

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March 23rd

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San Diego

About me

Live in Southern California and am a psychonaut interested in philosophy, psychedelics, biology, psychology, analysis as well as nature and consciousness.

Things I like: Mushrooms, LSD, Cannabis and Cocaine.

Things I don't like: Gravity bongs, Xanax, Fireball and Bacardi.

Drugs I've tried: (in chronological order) Caffeine, Alcohol, Cannabis, Nicotine, MDMA, Mushrooms, 2C-B, Codeine, DXM, 2C-I, Speed, Meth (oral), Nitrous, Hydrocodone, Xanax, Ativan, Cocaine, Adderall, LSD, Gabapentin, Ketamine, Tramadol, Kratom, Valium, Triazolam and Datura.

Drugs to try: DMT, GHB, Kava, Mescaline, Morphine, Oxycodone, Ayahuasca, Salvia, 5-MeO-DMT

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posted 2068 days ago

Related to your edits in LSD resp. ‎Psilocybin mushrooms: please do _not_ remove anything without a summary. In fact, do not ignore our requirement of summaries in edits. They are important, help understand your intent and motivation and follow your line of thought. Removing things without a comment while also adding other things seems outright malicious without a clearly visible intent to communicate your idea behind that change. -K

posted 2514 days ago

I just edited it, hope you find it satisfying. I just don't want to promote the idea that the more you take of an "entheogenic substance", the more likely to have a spiritual experience. I actually believe this puts too much emphasis on the dose of a substance and not enough on set, setting and other factors.

posted 2514 days ago

hey dude, sorry about that, but I must respectfully disagree wit that edit. Referring to this


PLUS FOUR, n. (++++) A rare and precious transcendental state, which has been called a "peak experience," a "religious experience," "divine transformation," a "state of Samadhi" and many other names in other cultures. It is not connected to the +1, +2, and +3 of the measuring of a drug's intensity.

But I do get where you're coming from :)

posted 2516 days ago

"Entheogen" comes from theos (god) and genesthai ("happen," "occurence"). The plant-based definition was introduced by R. Gordon Wasson, Jonathan Ott, et al. in 1970. In modern times, entheogens include all substances inducing a feeling of transcendent unity, less often referred to as "contact with god." I personally disagree with the existence of a "higher other."

posted 2517 days ago

Hey dude, just wanted to say while I get where you're coming from, even organizations like MAPS acknowledge it's entheogenic potential.

Hence why I decided to mark it as such. You'll notice in the catgegories section I did specify it was controversial.

posted 2561 days ago

You're a scholar now! Thanks for all your contributions and welcome to the team.

posted 2574 days ago

This is incorrect: Recent studies have shown a direct correlation between dopamine and the speed of perceived time.

posted 2577 days ago

Hey, we just received a bunch of emails about failed email deliveries - please change your email to a correct one. If you have technical issues, feel free to contact me.

posted 2625 days ago

Thanks :-)

posted 2626 days ago

I also reverted parts of this change: Do not remove things implicitly and especially not without a reasonable comment.