Global Consciousness


01-02-2012
Wormwood (Artemesia absinthium)

There are many historic beliefs surrounding Wormwood. It's often compared to Mugwort because it shares similar properties. Among many third eye uses, this entheogen also makes a great pesticide for your home garden.
01-20-2012
Ayahuasca Products
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Ayahuasca is used by Shamans in the Amazon and Peru. They make a magical drink using the bark and other plants to induce visionary states. It's considered a holy medicine and valuable tool for spiritual exploration.




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    2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl By Daniel Pinchbeck

    2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl

                    This book touches base on everything from cosmological phenomena, to crop circles, to quantum theory and even the resurgence of psychedelic drugs. These phenomena are mentioned in order to support evidence that the Mayan calendar's mention of the year 2012 has something to do with a global shift in consciousness.


    Everything in the universe is connected. Everything shares a significant meaning, purpose, and connection, or relationship. It definitely appears that a global shift in consciousness is underway. The masses are waking up and realizing that reality is not just some stupid occurrence. People are becoming aware that life is magical and the mind, spirituality, and existence as we know it is worthy of exploration. If you share these beliefs then this book will blow your mind. I highly recommend "2012 - The Return Of Quetzalcoatl" by Daniel Pinchbeck.


    2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl

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