I am putting this here for visibility. Brigid posted this link on the previous post. This was covered by The Guardian today. Thanks Brigid!

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A Catholic priest, a Rabbi and a Buddhist walk into a bar and order some magic mushrooms. It may sound like the first line of a bad joke, but this scenario is playing out in one of the first scientific investigations into the effects of psychedelic drugs on religious experience – albeit in a laboratory rather than a bar.

Scientists at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore have enlisted two dozen religious leaders from a wide range of denominations, to participate in a study in which they will be given two powerful doses of psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms.



3 thoughts on “FROM BRIGID

  1. Pain drugs and hypnosis overtook the ecstatic route to total enslavement on demand with monarch programming. But to gather religious LEADERS in an experimentasl unfamiliar psyoscibin experiement would be excellent cover for monarch programming “acquiring” some or all of them. The dissociation of the chemical and the dissociation of drug free subliminal monarch efforts being similar to the until then initiated. Some may thus balme the illuminati but this could be any franchise of what was Imperial Conditioning. See beachhutman on twitter or Tim Baber Ringwood Hampshire UK BH24 1EB


  2. No, thank YOU, my friend. You have opened my eyes in an entirely new way. When I came across your material, I entered a slow process of integrating so many things that I had known, but was unable to put into a unified theory of…evil. Growing up with hippie parents, who were very very young and more like siblings to me, living through the psychedelic era with them, immersed in the culture, but in a vacuum, not knowing the genealogy of some of the worst aspects, certainly not grasping the level of deception and it’s soul-destroying purposes. Some of the superficial culture is dear to me, it is a part of who I am. But the dark side was too obscure to comprehend, a nagging shadow of ugliness. At times I was bitter about certain political beliefs with which I was indoctrinated by virtue of not being exposed to other ideologies. Other times I was angry at being so misled, particularly about life choices and lifestyles. When I noticed certain ideas repeating, again and again, surfacing under new packaging, new sales-pitches, new people leading the charge–it made me feel ill, physically revolted by the darkness I could sense, the totalitarian stench of those who would take my mind and my free will with promises of more freedom, more exploration, more utopian temptations. None of these plastic shamans offer anything but a prison of the mind. Positively demonic. I came late to your ongoing conversation, and still have so much to learn. But now I have a frame of reference and some words to apply to what I see. Bless you.


    • Hey, thanks for sharing. Someone said to me the other day that this information doesn’t help anyone and that it doesn’t make sense. I am glad it makes sense to you. And you are right, the plastic shamans only offer another prison ;o)


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