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Speculation on the phenomenon of telepathy in nature and its relationship to plants and fungi

Telepathy, the alleged ability to communicate with others through thoughts or mental processes, it was part of many ancient cultures and spiritual traditions.  In ancient cultures, telepathy was often associated with shamanism, spirituality, and mysticism. For example, some Native American cultures believed in the ability of certain people, such as medical professionals, to communicate telepathy with animals and spirits. In ancient Greece, the philosopher Plato described a form of

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psychedelic plants; about their mechanism of action studied and speculation about their role in nature

PSYCHEDELIC PLANTS ARE PLANTS THAT CONTAIN SUBSTANCES THAT CAN CAUSE ALTERATIONS IN STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS, OFTEN CHARACTERIZED BY PROFOUND CHANGES IN PERCEPTION, THOUGHT AND MOOD. THESE SUBSTANCES ARE OFTEN REFERRED TO AS PSYCHEDELIC OR HALLUCINOGENIC COMPOUNDS, AND THEY INCLUDE A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT NATURAL COMPOUNDS, SUCH AS PSILOCYBIN, MESCALINE AND DMT. THIS IS A VERY COMPLEX, CONTROVERSIAL SUBJECT, FULL OF STIGMAS AND PREJUDICES THAT ASSOCIATE THESE PLANTS WITH FUN AND HIGH

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Ayahuasca vine | Psychoactive plant
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lessons from ayahuasca; The journey to the Amazon and the experience of Steve Pavlina

"Recently I was in Costa Rica, I had four nights of ayahuasca ceremonies with a group of friends who invited me to share this experience with them. It was the first time I took ayahuasca. It's illegal in the U.S. and most other countries, but it's legal in Costa Rica. Take ayahuasca four nights in a row. It was physically challenging – nausea, vomiting, dizziness and more – but I gained insights

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hidden in a clear appearance; The origin of the ancient mushroom culture

There is still much debate among researchers about the true identity of the mystery plant. Mentioned over 100 times in Rig Veda called Soma, the only plant/drink known to be Hallel in the history of human civilization. The Rig Veda describes the mysterious soma, as a small red plant that has no leaves, and lacks roots and blossoms, but has a juicy, fleshy stem. While the hymns

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