A recollection of Blue Lotus, Salvia divinorum, & Cannabis
This was the most enlightening experience of my life. I had tried blue
lotus on it's own the day before. It made me aware of my body's aura and of
my friend's auras. We could all feel chi energy flowing between us. I felt
fresh and natural. My body was buzzing with a gently fluffy energy. When we
held our hands up to the sun we could feel it's energy flowing through us.
We smelt all the flowers in my friend's garden. I felt that I was
apprieciating beauty from beauty's point of view.
The next day was different. I had wanted to take lotus with salvia for a
long time. I was sure that the combination of the two rare and ancient
sacraments, one from the New World (Mexico), one from the Old World (Egypt),
would teach me something very important. Traces of cocaine have been found
in ancient Egyptian mummies. Cocaine comes from South America. There must
have been a global sacrament using civilization in ancient times which
traded across the Atlantic. Other evidence, such as the giant city found
submerged off the coast of Japan; semi-submerged cities in Polynesia;
ancient symbols found both on ancient buildings in Yemen and the Maldives;
and a European line of Mitochondrial DNA found in Native American Indians,
suggest that before the ice age and maybe for some time after there were
intercontinental trade links. What did they trade? -The plants of the Gods.
Salvia Divinorum contains the most potent natural psychedelic known to
man. The Aztecs called it Pipiltzintzintli which means 'powerful little
prince'. The experience is unlike anything else. Time and space seem to
break down into their constituent parts. Your consciousness is timeless and
spaceless. And sometimes it makes you think you've turned into an inanimate
Blue lotus was worshiped by the ancient Egyptians. Other varieties of
lotus were worshiped by the ancient Mayans, Hindus, Buddhists, Chinese and
Japanese. The fossil record shows that lotus was abundent world wide before
the ice age. In the ancient Greek epic poem 'the Odyssey', Odysseus and his
men go to an island of Lotus eaters who are kind to them and give them
lotus. The Lotus makes the men forget about home. Odysseus has to force them
back onto the ship. Before I took the lotus I thought that this meant that
lotus makes you forgetful. Now I know that it means home for Odysseus and
his men wasn't a very nice place.
I smoked enough pot to make me a bit floaty, then I had some lotus
extract. I smoked it until I started buzzing slightly. I could feel the
energy flowing around me and through me. Then I said hellow to my good
friend salvia, the divine diviner's sage. I didn't have very much salvia, it
wasn't enough to make time stop. But when I stood up and walked around the
garden the effect was incredible.
I didn't feel like I was on any drugs. My head didn't feel cloudy from the
pot and the salvia didn't make me confused. The lotus had stabilised them. I
felt more natural, more aware, less confused than I have ever felt before. I
wasn't having any distortions in my perception, no hallucinations.
Everything was so crystal clear. I could see the patterns in everything.
Every plant, insect and flower I could see how it was ordered. When I looked
at some trees I could see every leaf on every tree at once, and I could see
the pattern that they made. When I looked into the sky it didn't just look
blue anymore, I could see an incredibly large space, like I was staring into
infinity. The garden seemed enchanted. I could feel a magical force. I could
feel the order inherent in reality, and the energy that drives it. I
realised that there is no God, no nature, no man and no woman. There is only
one thing. It is everything and nothing, it is infinitely big and infinitely
small. It is rational and irrational, chaotic and ordered, certain and
uncertain. It is perfection, but it couldn't be any other way. Even when it
is imperfect, it is still perfect.
I'm going to try taking a larger dose of both lotus and salvia next time.
I feel that these two plants have already given me incredible insight into
reality, and ancient civilisation. I suggest that if you want to try either
salvia or lotus you take the other at the same time. They are two halves of
a code. Salvia takes the world apart, lotus puts it back together again. If
you believe that ancient sacred plants have something to teach us about
ourselves and the world, take this sacrament. It is the most effective tool
for understanding, and it's part of your heritage as a human being.
Tags : psychedelic
Rating : Teen - Drugs
Posted on: 2005-07-01 14:00:36