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LSA/Ergot Plants:
serpent vine hbwr morning glory mexican aztec marigold


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."

Don't eat the fruit.


List Of LSA/Ergot Containing Plants/Seeds:

  • Various Agryeia species(Over ~40!)

  • Rivea corymbosa(HBWR)

  • Morning Glories

  • Tagetes lucida(Mexican Marigold)

  • There are a larger number of strains of Agryeia than people realize that contain LSA, LSH, and related ergot constituents, way more than you hear about in online shops that sell these things, or in blogs.[2] As far as I can tell, I'm person #2 spreading those facts, kuddos to my source and their academic bibliography for providing those facts in mainstream circulation. For those of you that don't know, Ergot is a type of fungus that gravitates towards certain plants, like Morning Glories, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose, Ololiuqui(oloiuhqui). The fungus goes by the scientific name of Claviceps purpurea.[3] It is also tied to the ancient pagan exlir known as "Kykeon" Interestingly, I recently learned, that a plant used by the Aztecs called "Tagetes lucida"(scientific name), or "Mexican Marigold" for a common nickname, a type of Asteracea, produces an active chemical that is astonishingly similar in structure to LSD-25 ( d-lysergic-acid-diethylamide-25 )[1] This is one of those rare facts you don't hear about ( I've never heard or read this anywhere else online. It isn't in the mainstream, or wasn't until now. )


    A researcher named Richard Schultes worked closely with Albert hoffman and others to study these ethnobotanicals, and they co-authored many books together.[1] They also were involved along with Wasson, in a book called "Entheogens and the Future Of Religion", which confirms what I'm saying. They are all covertly pushing the new age satanic entheogen religion(simon powell is involved as well, as implied on his documentary when he is discussing merging science and religion, and even talks enthusiastically about 'population control')[1][4] Now I know why Bouncing Bear Botanicals sold it. You learn something new every day. Upon digging, there is a lot more to the items being sold in this "shamanic ethnobotanical" shops than meets the eye when reading the product description. Shamanism is often glorified, and only the seductive parts talked about, what the more repulsive parts are failed to be mentioned. They don't want the Christian church to catch on. Shamanism is sorcery. (they're cruel to animals too) I'm here to bring new facts like this to the web. I find lots of stuff in books and academic journals that I don't see trending, and I want it to trend. I want to introduce new facts in this field to the mainstream, and new plants to peoples medicine cabinets, and defend future cures and remedies ( natural ones ).


    It is rumored that Beach Morning Glory contains lsa/ergot but I can find no academic sources to confirm that. Did you know you can buy lsd reaction test kits online? They will test positive for LSD if they come in contact with ergot or any natural lsd derivative. One could conduct their own science experiment and find out if different strains are symbiotic with the fungi. It is more and more unclear to me whether the seeds actually produce these components theirselves, or if it is merely the symbiotic nature of the plants and the fungi, but it is looking more and more like some type of symbiosis. According to Clay, from Tulane University however, "Our study is the first to show how highly coevolved morning glories and their symbiotic fungi are, and that coevolution is manifested by different mixtures and concentrations of ergot alkaloids acorss the morning glory evolutionary tree."[6] The researchers found that 25% of over 200 species tested, contained ergot alkaloids, and thus were therefore found to be symbiotic with one another. Clay goes on to say, "The symbiosis and ergot alkaloids are specific to particular branches of the morning glory evolutionary tree, and each branch contains different ergot alkaloids and alkaloid mixtures". This would explain why the potency of the HBWR and Ololiuhqui seeds that are being sold online varies big time..


    Ololiuhqui and or Hawaiian Baby Woodrose can be seen in the movie "The Wizard Of Oz", when Dorothy first "opens the door"(pun intended), to "munchkin land", which is symbolic of a psychedelic trip(hints going from black and white to a bright light, a colorful light, in the clouds, surrounded by psychedelic vines and munchkin people, and spirits that appear out of thin air in the form of "witches".) The psychedelics are the fruits of the trees of the knowledge of good and evil. When one eats them, the first thing that happens is a storm comes, and one ascends up into munchkin land(the first heaven, satans kingdom, where a war is going on right now.) [ On earth as it is in heaven, as above so below ] You can see the occult symbolism in the movie. When she goes to visit the psychic, she ask him for hidden, forbidden knowledge... When she believes it, she consumes the knowledge, or the "eats the fruit", so to speak. Immediately, the wind kicks up, shes on her way home, and a storm is approaching. See the symbolism? Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high... Birds fly, over the rainbow, why oh why can't I? This is an example of enchantment, and witchcraft uses it to work through movies. Tele-vision.


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    Here is a 1953 Film on Ergot Fungus & Medicine

    Related Blogs:

    Modern Medicines Connection To The Occult

    "Entheogen" is slang for sorcery/idolatry. Beware!

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    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! Psalm 91:1 He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High, will abide in the shadow of the Almighty... For it is HE who delivers you from the snare of the trapper and from the deadly pestilence, and he alone.

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    Links:

    https://digitalcommons.buffalostate.edu/

    Entheogens as the fruit of the tree of knowledge

    Entheology.com

    [2] List Of Argyreia species that contains LSA and related constituents..

    Academic citations:

    [3] Tudzynski, P., & Scheffer, J. A. N. (2004). Claviceps purpurea: molecular aspects of a unique pathogenic lifestyle. Molecular Plant Pathology, 5(5), 377-388.

    [6] Tulane University Study - news.tulane.edu - Ergot Symbiosis With Morning Glories

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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.

    [1] Balick, Michael J., and Paul Alan Cox. Plants, People, and Culture : The Science of Ethnobotany. New York, Garland Science, 2020.

    Encyclopedia Sources:

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

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tagetes_lucida

    britannica.com/topic/divination

    Encyclopedia.com on Necromancy

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_McKenna

    Documentaries/Videos:

    [4] Metanoia, A New Vision Of Nature; Simon G Powell;(Author, Scholar)

    Hoffman's Potion - LSD Documentary

    Other resources:

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

    PubChem - pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

    Google Scholar

    Jstor.org


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