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Successfully (whatever that may mean) or unsuccessfully, we all overact the part of our favorite
character in fiction. And the fact, the almost infinitely unlikely fact, of actually being Cezanne makes no
difference. For the consummate painter, with his little pipeline to Mind at Large by-passing the brain
valve and ego-filter, was also and just as genuinely this whiskered goblin with the unfriendly eye. For
relief I turned back to the folds in my trousers. "This is how one ought to see," I repeated yet again. And
I might have added,' 'These are the sort of things one ought to look at." Things without pretensions,
satisfied to be merely themselves, sufficient in their Suchness, not acting a part, not trying, insanely, to go
it alone, in isolation from the Dharma-Body, in Luciferian defiance of the grace of god. The period of silent
invasion, that veritable signature of the lethal mushroom, was familiar to him,
and he even took pains to mention how tasty the wicked mushroom was! How
much guilty knowledge packed into a few words! Read in conjunction with
the Empress Agrippinas instructions to Locusta, we believe it clinches our
case. The poison in the dish of Caesars amanitas was the poison of the deadly
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Cycloset Why were these underground fungi
related to the genitalia of stags and no other animals We believe that beneath
the surface of the words of Valerius Cordus we detect a further punning analogy,
a foolish confusion caused by homonyms, and yet a confusion possessing a certain
There are two words spelled Venery in English. One of them is derived
from Venus and means sexual lust. The other is derived from the Latin venari,
meaning to hunt.
guam secret magic mushroom 2 illustrates a
comparable in-vitro fruiting process that took
about a week, with mycelia from Psilocybe
cubensis (Earle) on an agar substrate.
Cultivating High Yield Strains
Artificial cultivation is an attempt to
imitate and optimize the natural conditions
essential for mushroom growth, and may even
result in the discovery of additional nutrient
substrates on which these species cannot grow in
Nature. From the outset, this method of
cultivation requires a sterile environment, in
order to eliminate often fast-growing organisms
such as bacteria and molds. For this purpose,
laminar flow hoods are used in mycological
laboratories. A small sterile space is created
inside these containers by installing a filtration
system that removes germs from a stream of air.
The sterile space is used for the performance of
tasks such as isolation of strains, and the
production of sterile cultures and spawn for
fruiting experiments. Antibiotics such as
gentamycin (0.01%) are often added to the
nutrient media, especially in the early stages of
Two methods are used to produce sterile
cultures of fungal mycelia.
The first method mimicks the mushrooms'
natural reproductive process. Spores that fell off
or were removed from the gills are suspended in
sterile water. With microscopic
control procedures in place, the spore solution is
germinated on nutrients of various compositions
that have been thickened with agar. One
commonly used nutrient medium contains 3-6
malt extract along with 1.5% agar. It induces
spores from many different species to germinate
in a matter of several days. Prior to germination,
all substrates are placed in autoclaves and
sterilized with steam. The simultaneous
germination of a large number of spores will
result in the growth of monokaryotic mycelia
which spontaneously combine and go on to form
dikaryotic mycelia. Alternatively, one can attempt
to systematically fuse selected monokaryotic
strands in order to develop vigorous strains for
cultivation (criteria: rapid growth, high yield).
This is a standard technique that is widely used in
the cultivation of champignons (Agaricus
At the same time, such cross-breeding
experiments enable the grower to determine
whether mushrooms from different locations
belong to the same species. Using this method, I
was able to establish that mycelia obtained from
Psilocybe bohemica and from Psilocybe
cyanescens (collected in the U.S.) can never be
fused together, which means that these two
mushrooms are not of the same species.
The second method of cultivation
requires cutting a piece of tissue from the inside
of young, unopened fruiting bodies, using a
disinfected knife in a sterile environment. The
piece of tissue is then placed onto nutrient agar
medium. In most cases, visible mycelial growth
will occur within a few days. This method has the
advantage of all mycelia being genetically
identical to the mushroom from which
A shrubby, branching perennial 3 to 6 feet high with 2- to 5 inch long hairy-toothed leaves. The
tubular flowers are 2 inches long, bright red, yellow, or orange-red, and bloom in late spring and
autumn. Native to Africa.
Cultivation and Propagation: Leonotis may be planted outdoors in California and the South; it
may be grown as an annual in the North, or brought into the greenhouse during winter. It should
be planted in full sun, as it will not flower in the shade. It prefers a dry soil and is droughtresistant.
Water deeply and infrequently.
Leonotis may be propagated by seeds sown indoors from January to February. Cuttings root
easily at any time of the year. For good-sized plants, cuttings should be taken in the early spring.
Harvesting: The leaves and flowers are smoked for their cannabis-like effects. These parts may
be gathered at any time and dried quickly. Harvest no more than one-third of the leaves at one
time. Let the plant grow and fill out for at least a month before harvesting again. In Africa a resin
is gathered from the leaves. Plants grown in less torrid climates do not tend to exude this resin.
Such leaves can be smoked, however, or subjected to alcohol extraction.
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Two of our authors, Suetonius and Tacitus, give us grounds for supposing
that the administration of the poison was entrusted to the eunuch Halotus,
whose office it was to taste the Emperors food before serving Mailatopcomtwlocnl
it to him. Tacitus
says that Halotus poured the poison into the dish of mushrooms. It would have
been easy for Locusta to prepare a sauce from the deadly specimens, and by
enlisting the aid of Halotus, no suspicion would be aroused by the failure to
serve it to others at the feast.