Oneirogens


01-02-2012
Papaver somnifereum ( Opium Poppy )
live poppy plant
Papaver somniferum was cultivated in the ancient civilizations of Persia, Egypt and Mesopotamia. It has also been called the Sacred Anchor Of Life, Milk Of Paradise, the Hand Of God, and Destroyer Of Grief.

01-20-2012
Sacred Lotus
pink lotus
The Sacred Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera), known by a number of names including Indian Lily, Sacred Lotus, or Bean of India. It possesses great significance in Eastern religion. The different colored flowers each posess their own unique spiritually lifting vibration.











Myrrh
myrrh holy

As in, Frankincense and Myrrh. These holy sacraments have been held in high esteem by many spiritual paths for thousands of years. Myrrh purifies the area, lifts the vibrations and creates feelings of peace. Typically Myrrh is combined with frankincense and other natural incense.








Ayahuasca
ayahuasca vine








Scents

incense





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  • Entheogen - Chillean Holly - Desfontainia spinosa
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  • African Dream Herb Entada rheedii Oneirogen

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    african dream herb entada rheedii seeds

    Scientific Name: Entada rheedii

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                    Here is yet another popular African shamanic tool. These sacred Entada Rheedii seeds were traditionally carried as a talismans. A talisman is any object that is thought to contain magical or sacramental properties. These properties are thought to provide supernatural powers and protection from evil or harm. Talisman are first charged with magical powers by their owner before use.


    This oneirogen also has a history associated with being a good luck charm, and for making jewelry. Modern science understands that plants are alive. Plants are intelligent creatures and they do respond to their environment, including human consciousness. Keep this in mind when dealing with these seeds. These entheogenic seeds are life. Yes, they are in fact a live.


    This species is one of many commonly classified as an oneirogen. There is also the very popular one known scientifically as Calea Zacatechichi, or the common nick-names "dream herb", and "leaf of god". Calea Zacatechichi was used by the Chontal Natives of Oaxaca, Mexico. These natives would prepare a tea to be consumed before bed along with a cigarette of the Dream Herb leaves. This statement is not a hint that this herb is a "designer drug" like "k2", or "spice".


                    Many herbs contain naturally occurring compounds that produce medicinal or psychoactive effects in humans. For those who took part in the experience they gained a level of skill associated with dreaming known as lucid dreaming. It's very interesting to me that throughout history, people found the same uses from plants that modern day folks find from prescription, synthetic, or illicit drugs. By this I mean that they would consume them to induce visions, for medicinal properties, recreation, sedation, stimulation, the list goes on. Don't just take my word for it, there is plenty of information out there, just waiting for you.


                    Another one of these incredible wonders is the Xhosa Dream Herb. This is another one of the many botanicals on this website that originate from South Africa and are commonly used there. The scientific name for this plant is Silene Capensis, and it's a tender perennial native to Eastern Cape South Africa. There, it is regarded as a sacred plant that has the remarkable ability to induce prophetic and vivid lucid dreams.


    Xhosa Dream Herb is considered the most powerful one out there to many people. It's commonly believed that the compounds found within this botanical, known as "saponins" are responsible for the powers. Saponins are a naturally re-occurring compound found within many plants. Another common root that contains saponins is Yucca Root.




                    In ancient times very wise individuals decided to study herbs and discover connections they held. These studies included the effects, astrological correlations, the colors and shapes of the leaves, veins, and scientific observations. Much evidence has been gathered and documented throughout history regarding these plants. Modern science has also jumped in to confirm there is in fact something inside these wild species that's responsible for their actions and effects. Words to describe these naturally occurring plant mechanisms are "compounds", "constituents", etc. They are chemicals the species create in their journey through life.

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    Oneirogen. (2014, June 20). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 23:49, July 24, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Oneirogen&oldid=613742928


    Hindu astrology. (2014, July 19). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 23:51, July 24, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hindu_astrology&oldid=617572881


    Masaru Emoto. (2014, June 4). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 23:54, July 24, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Masaru_Emoto&oldid=611590832


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