posted on Mar, 10 2008 @ 11:00 PM
Not to be a **** or anything, but why shelter children from the reality of expanding the realms of experience?
Such a narrow view doesn't seem consistent with the principles of this board. It represents a highly ethnocentric view--particularly Western--of
History is littered with human experience with psychedelic substances.
Within the last couple weeks, CNN reported the study of Benny Shanon, an Israeli cognitive psychology professor concluding that Moses received the
10 Commandments from God while on '___'
--a substance still used in religious ceremonies today
by indigenous South American tribes. He goes
on to cite evidence that responsible
use of psychoactive compounds was doctrine
for the earliest Christians.
Empirical cultures were no less susceptible. Gas deposits beneath the Oracle at Delphi drove its seers into psychoactive fits, literally placing the
fate of nations in the hands of a group stoned young women babbling nonsense like teenagers high on salvia divinorum
. This was proven within
the last three years and was widely enough reported that Google should find it for you.
We are doomed...
You folks let cereal advertisers indoctrinate your children with messages from animated insects during their formative years, but don't want them
exposed even to knowledge of
the tools with which they can shatter rather quickly years of pre-conditioning.
Good luck stopping that NWO.
With a lecture.
And a book tour.
For the OP:
[edit on 10-3-2008 by TheBlackPyramid]