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Ololiuqui(Rivea corymbosa)
AKA: Turbina corymbosa
ololiuqui flower  rivea corybosa rivea corymbosa seedling

Ecclesiastes 3:1 "There is a time and a purpose for everything under the heavens."

Genesis 3:3-6 "But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die. And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat."

Legal disclaimer: The information provided herein is for intel and educational purposes. I am not encourage the use of drugs(especially pharmaceutical crap), nor encouraging illegal activity. I am merely stating facts, and seeking to reduce harm, and inform(in order to blow the whistle). That is not illegal. Thanks.

Don't eat the fruit.

"In 1941, Richard Evans Schultes first identified ololiuhqui as Turbina corymbosa and the chemical composition was first described in 1960 in a paper by Albert Hofmann"[wikipedia]

Nicknames: The Nahuatl word Ololiuhqui means "round thing". It is known as "snake-plant" in Nahuatl. Christmas vine, Christmas-pops, and snakeplant;[wikipedia] Coaxihuitl;[01] Hiedra;[01] Bejuco;[01] (in Spanish) semilla de la virgen[01] Interesting that one of the nicknames is "snake-plant"(what is a snake in the bible?(serpent) Satan. I also find the Christimas names interesting. Why did they give the plant that also has slang named tied to serpents, slang names tied to the day that celebrates Christ's birth? The ancient Mayans in Yucatan called it Xtabentu'n[28] Don't ask me how to pronounce that! More nicknames: coaxihuitl, cuexpalli; Chinantec: a-mu-kia, huan-mei, huan-men-ha-sei; Maya: xtabentum; Mazatec: no-so-le-na; Mixtec: yucu-yaha; Zapotec: bador, badoh, bitoo, kwan-la-si, kwan-do-a; Spanish: flor de la Virgen, la señorita, manto, pascua, piule, semilla de la Virgen, yerba de las serpientes, yerba de la Virgen[31]

Classification: Psychedelic; (has a toxic lethal dose limit) [lethal dose possible in sufficient quantities]

Plant Family: Convolvulaceae; Genus: Turbina; Species: T. corymbosa; (aka rivea corymbosa;, or ipomoea corymbosa;)

Properties/Medicinal Benefits: Psychedelic; Sedative; Diuretic;[28] The Mayans of Yucatan use it as a diuretic[28] In Tecuin Uman, Guatemala, the leaves are used medicinally for ulcers.[28] Different cultures utilized different parts of the plants for different things. The plant can be used in a way that is non-psychoactive(non-psychedelic) and non-narcotic. The root differs from the leaves, differs from the seeds, differs from the flowers. This is very common in all nature based healing traditions. The leaves were the most commonly used parts for non-psychedelic medicinal applications[27]. Properties of the leaf:(not seeds): Anti-oxidant; Anti-diabetic; wound-healing; anti-snake venom; anti-ulcer, anti-bacterial, anti-mutagenic- and immune boosting; relieves respiratory congestion;[27]

Mixes well with: Ginger root, frankincense, and an maoi like Passion flower or Banisteriopsis caapi will boost the psychedeli effects. Ginger aids in digestion[7], and reduces nausea[8], and frankincense reduces nausea as well[9], and boost the immune system. Frankincense is good for your cells, including white blood cells, and is anti-cancer.[10] This is the kind of stuff traditional cultures did, they blended things for synergistic effects. Modern medicine typically focuses on one isolated constituent, or a fake version of one meant to manipulate your biology in an unGodly manner.

Antidote: Echinacea purpurea/angustifolia, and Jesus;

Phytochemicals: LSA(d-lyergic-acid-amide), ergot, ergotamine; ergine and isoergine[1] flavanoids, terpenoids, poly phenols, carbohydrates, alkaloids, sterols and glycosides[4] chanoclavine, elymoclavine, also erginine or isoergine and lysergol[4] alkaloids, saponins, phytosterols, tannins, phytosterols, steroids;[5]

All of these are documented on academic databases like PubChem and Google Scholar. I link to them at the bottom of every page. [ Note this is not all of them that exist within the plant, and I never claim to cover every one of them. I try to get as many as possible listed though. ]

Quick note: Out of all of the plants that produce d-lysergic-acid-amide(LSA), and related ergot constituents, the one that produces the most, and is the easiest to work with, is Hawaiian Baby Woodrose(Argyreia nervosa). Also note that at least 14 varieties of Argyreia produce these ergot constituents. I link to a great site that cites academic sources on this below, that list at least 14 strains of the family that produce lysergics.

Warnings: Don't eat the fruit. Ololiuqui was used by shamans(sorcerers) in Oaxaca Mexico ceremonially(ritually)[2][3]. They used the seeds for communing with their gods(spirits), necromancy, divination(fortune-telling, predicting the future, etc), and other things forbidden in Deuteronomy 18[2][3]. The seeds induce a state that allows them to better interact with the 'divine realm', or "spirit realm".[2][3] 2 Peter 1:21 KJV "For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost." Psychedelic, and poisonous plants, even deadly ones, are connected to sorcery(shamanism, witchcraft, freemasonry, and the occult). This is a major secret hidden in plain sight that I seek to expose.

Natural habitat: South and Latin America, From Mexico to as far south as Peru. They're used by shamans in Oaxaca Mexico by the Mazatec people. The ancient Mayans in Yucatan are known to have used it as a diuretic.[28] Maria sabina is a famous Mazatec shaman known for introducing Gordon Wasson to psilocybin mushrooms in 1955-56, where it eventually became a popular recreational drug on American streets, due largely due to this academic venture made by Mr. Wasson..[24][25] It has been used by: Zapotecs, Chinantecs, Mazatecs, and Mixtecs[31]

Rare Facts: It's believed that ergot and or related sources of these chemical constituents, were tied to an ancient Greek potion known as "Kykeon". You don't hear about this very often. Another rare fact that I find very important ( because there's a lot of conspiracy theories about the CIA, and I am citing an academic source on this ) It turns out that MKultra, mind control, and the CIA using LSD as a potential mind control drug is a conspiracy reality.[29][30] I cite academic sources on this. See: https://digitalcommons.cedarville.edu/history_capstones/6/ The source states: "From 1953 to 1964 the CIA engaged in various clandestine operations to manipulate the human mind. With the relatively new discovery of LSD, scientists around the world became interested in its ability to be used for both defensive and offensive measures in the interest of national security"

Quick disclaimer: I do not sell these seeds, nor do I make profit from discussing them. They are legal however, if not used illegally, and can be easily purchased online. Information is not illegal, and certain people have the religious rights to use this stuff in the US. Discrimination is illegal. I am not encouraging use or any illegal activity. I intend to inform, and reduce harm, and bibilify the ethnobotanical community. Thanks.

Harm Reduction Note: The seed coating is poisonous. The LSA and other ergot constituents are within the seed. Some people like to carefully and patiently scrape the coating off with a sharp knife. Then, the seeds are placed in a couple layers of bags, and smashed flat with a hammer. From there, some powdered ginger root is added, and frankincense(to reduce nausea), and then an MAOI is optional(passion flower, banisteriopis caapi, or syrian rue). These are some examples of various preparation methods. Now you can see why shamans would mix certain plants. They vary among different cultures, and individuals. Information is for harm reduction and educational only! I am not encouraging the consumption of these seeds. Do NOT EAT THE FRUIT. I am merely sharing the types of methods shamans would use to get the best results, having limited options, and as an alternative to modern advanced chemistry.

Traditional Preparations: I will update this section in time. "Ololiuqui was used by the ancient Aztecs not only as a potion but also as an ingredient of magical ointments. At the present time the crushed seeds are taken in water or in alcoholic beverages such as pulque, mescal, or aguardiente"[31] Mescal beans that it mentions, are potent enough to kill an adult. It only takes one mescal bean to kill. Ololiuqui isn't totally safe, but it is much safer than mescal beans, that's for sure. I will share more about this ointment as the page is updated.

A famous carving or painting that was inspired by psychedelics, in my belief is closely related to Ololiuqui, and related plants(LSA containing psychedelic plants). It is one of the many tree(s) of knowledge( from Genesis 3 in the bible). Poisonous and psychedelic plants have a vast history of use by traditional cultures for their applications in sorcery(divination, necromancy, worship or false gods, and other ceremonial traditions) For those of you who don't know(and this is very important), divination is supernaturally obtained information, and was and is often done by utilizing psychedelics by indiginous cultures(sorcerers, shamans, etc). Famous ethnobotanist/ethnopharmacologist Dennis Mckenna made a covert serpent comment on the subject on the Joe Rogan podcast where he said "Nevermind where the information came from... as long as it's good information, then what difference does it make?" I found it interesting because they were discussing how shamans obtain information from this realm in which psychedelics take them to... People are not seeing what is right in front of them for what it is.

According to Wikipedia: "The Flammarion engraving is a wood engraving by an unknown artist, so named because its first documented appearance is in Camille Flammarion's 1888 book L'atmosphère : météorologie populaire ("The Atmosphere: Popular Meteorology"). The wood engraving has often, but erroneously, been referred to as a woodcut. It has been used as a metaphorical illustration of either the scientific or the mystical quests for knowledge."

Wikipedia contributors. (2022, July 26). Flammarion engraving. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 07:52, August 2, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Flammarion_engraving&oldid=1100579570

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Related Ethnobotanicals: There are other plants that also contain/produce ergot and LSA related constituents, and they include: Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, Morning Glory, and Sleepy grass(Stipa robusta)[Achnatherum robustum], and finally straight up Ergot fungus(Claviceps purpurea) On a final note, I want to share this blog on The satanic 'entheogen' deception, and how it ties into the subject of these seeds, and everything they're related to as well, and even the garden of Eden, and the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

OG Observation: I notice a lot of symbolism after leaving the occult, and I couldn't help but notice something about the movie, "The Wizard Of Oz"... As soon as Dorothy opens the door(pun intended) to "munchkin land", everything goes from black and white, to colorful! ( symbolic of a psychedelic trip... ) The first thing you see when she opens the door and the camera pans around, is a bunch of what looks like Ololiuqui(and or hawaiian baby woodrose), both of which contain psychedelic LSA. I also see Damiana. Remember: She ate the fruit.. When she went to the psychic, she ate the fruit ( she asked him for forbidden knowledge, and when she believed that knowledge, she then consumed the fruit ( the knowledge ). The first thing that happened after eating the fruit, was that a storm came, and off to munchkin land she went. This symbolism sheds whole new light to the phrase "somewhere over the rainbow", doesn't it? "Birds fly, over the rainbow... Why then... oh Why... Can't... I.."

Full list of Ergot constituents:(that I know of): [Remember Ergot fungus and these seeds share nearly the same chemical composition] chanoclavine, agroclavine, festuclavine, lysergene, elymoclavine, lysergol, isolysergol, setoclavine, isosetoclavine, penniclavine, molliclavine, LSA, and LSH. They're found in Ergot fungus, plants, and seeds. Just think, Chemist in school, have the knowledge required to free-base each individual one of these chemicals. This means, that chemist in school have the potential to flood the streets with thousands of God-made substances that were collected(isolated,free-based) from their natural sources(plant material). Perhaps that is why they targeted Sebastian guthery of Edens Ethno's, because his entrepaneurship was also activism, and part of that activism was providing ethnobotanical specimins for researchers. The socialist don't want people to have good medicine, and certainly not freely. The serpent wants control of all drugs, and to coverup the source of all medicine, God. They are God-posers, and God-haters.

Information is for educational and harm reduction purposes only. This sites disclaimer applies to all of the pages herein. I am not encouraging illegal or dangerous behavior. Do not eat the fruit!

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Academic citations:

[1] Taber, W. A., Heacock, R. A., & Mahon, M. E. (1963). Ergot-type alkaloids in vegetative tissue of Rivea corymbosa (L.) Hall. f. Phytochemistry, 2(1), 99-101.

[2] Sayin, H. U. (2014). The consumption of psychoactive plants during religious rituals: The roots of common symbols and figures in religions and myths. NeuroQuantology, 12(2), 276-296.

[3] Wasson, R. G. (1963). Notes on the present status of ololiuhqui and the other hallucinogens of Mexico. Botanical Museum Leaflets, Harvard University, 20(6), 161-193.

[4] Nachiar, G. S., Kumar, P. R., & Prabhu, T. P. (2021). PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL REVIEW ON IPOMEA AND RIVEA SPECIES. prevent, 3(4), 5.

[5] Mascarenhas, M. E., Mandrekar, C. R., Marathe, P. B., & Morais, L. J. (2017). Phytochemical screening of selected species from Convolvulaceae. Int. J. Curr. Pharm. Res, 9(6), 94-97.

[6] Hofmann, A. (1970). The discovery of LSD and subsequent investigations on naturally occurring hallucinogens. Discoveries in biological psychiatry, 91-106.

[7] Khodaie, L., & Sadeghpoor, O. (2015). Ginger from ancient times to the new outlook. Jundishapur journal of natural pharmaceutical products, 10(1).

[8] Ernst, E., and M. H. Pittler. "Efficacy of ginger for nausea and vomiting: a systematic review of randomized clinical trials." British journal of anaesthesia 84.3 (2000): 367-371.

[9] Efferth, T., & Oesch, F. (2022, May). Anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer activities of frankincense: Targets, treatments and toxicities. In Seminars in cancer biology (Vol. 80, pp. 39-57). Academic Press.

[10] Talaat, A., Elgendy, Y. A., Mohamed, H. F., Saed, N. M., Abd Elrouf, N. A., Elgendy, H. A., ... & Badr, N. S. (2023). Ameliorative effects of frankincense oil on rats treated with a minimum toxic dose of paracetamol. J. Med. Life Sci, 5, 155-175.

[24] Dawson, A. S. (2015). Salvador Roquet, María Sabina, and the trouble with jipis. Hispanic American Historical Review, 95(1), 103-133.

[25] Balsera, V. D. (2009). The Shaman meets the poet: María Sabina and the curative powers of language. In Sacred Tropes: Tanakh, New Testament, and Qur'an as Literature and Culture (pp. 283-299). Brill.

[27] Nachiar, G. Shanthini, P. R. Kumar, and T. Purushoth Prabhu. "PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL REVIEW ON IPOMEA AND RIVEA SPECIES." prevent 3.4 (2021): 5.

[28] Fields, F. H. (1969). Rivea corymbosa: Notes on some Zapotecan customs. Economic botany, 23(3), 206-209.

[29] Linville, T. M. (2016). Project MKULTRA and the search for mind control: clandestine use of LSD within the CIA.

[30] O’Neill, T., & Piepenbring, D. (2019). Inside the Archive of an LSD Researcher With Ties to the CIA’s MKUltra Mind Control Project. The Intercept, November, 24.

[31] Hofmann, Albert. "Teonanácatl and Ololiuqui, two ancient magic drugs of Mexico." Bull. Narc 23.1 (1971): 3-14.

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Book Citations:

Richard Evans Schultes, et al. Plants of the Gods : Their Sacred, Healing, and Hallucinogenic Powers. Rochester, Vt., Healing Arts Press, 2001.

Encyclopedia Sources:

[01] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rivea_corymbosa


Encyclopedia.com on Necromancy



Hoffman's Potion - LSD Documentary

Other resources:


M.A.P.S. Ethnobotanical Studies By Scholars

PubChem - pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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