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Originally posted by abeverage
I am sure the Mods will be on this one shortly but I wanted to tag on and say that is the most valid theory yet.
Holmes seems drugged out...but there was all the planning too do you have a theory on that?
Would go to explain why at maybe a more lucid state he told cops his house was booby-trapped.
Originally posted by old_god
James Holmes was programmed by his psychologist.
Anyway this drug sounds MENTAL and oh so scary...damn imagine if this stuff has been used further afield already? It's the Alphabet-Agencies wet dream no?
Speaking of '___', I tripped for about 16 hours on a Strawberry, changed my view of reality big time. Tripped for 8 hours, came down, tripped again for another 8 hours - was a nice holiday indeed.
Originally posted by Tindalos2013
After scoping the internet for use and knowledge of Scopolamine I will present a small potion of my discoveries.
Solanaceae is a family of flowering plants that includes a number of important agricultural crops, although many species are toxic plants. The family is also informally known as the nightshade or potato family. The name of the family comes from the Latin Solanum "the nightshade plant", but the further etymology of that word is unclear.
Tropane alkaloids are also found in the Datura, Mandragora, and Brugmansia genera, as well as many others in the Solanaceae family. Chemically, the molecules of these compounds have a characteristic bicyclic structure and include atropine, scopolamine...
Nightshade is useful in magicks done for Astral projection. In fact this plant turns up as an ingredient in many of the olde recipes for Flying Ointments and Witches Sabbath ointments. Some of these old recipes are in ”The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abremelin The Mage’, (1458), by Abraham the Jew, and ‘De Miraculis Rerum Naturalium’, (1560) by Giovanni Battista Porta,
European witches used this plant in flying ointments, extracting its constituents into fat and rubbing it on the skin, so it had a place in every witch's garden. It is still traditionally associated with astral projection, but this plant is especially Saturnian in that it is said to create feelings of heaviness rather than lightness, being dragged down to the ground rather than flying. In traditional witchcraft, belladonna is typically sung to upon harvesting. Some even dance naked in front of the plant. This is in keeping with some cultures' use of belladonna for sex magick.
Originally posted by DestroyDestroyDestroy
reply to post by daynight42
For example, prostitutes will seal both of their nostrils and put Scopolamine on their nose, they will then lure a male tourist into breathing in the Scopolamine by getting close to his face.