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Psychedelic effect of psychedelic drugs. The moral of the story is the sequence of psychedelic experience. Just enjoy the moral of the life.
15 Jul 2017
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A stop motion animation depicting images that form behind the eyes when falling asleep
30 Oct 2018
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This is a classic case of of what potential exists right now today in the field of mind control experiments in where the controller can manipulate the thoughts of individuals through the use of satellite based technology. It's called R.N.M. and it can happen to you. They can access the auditory and visual cortex of the brain to induce hallucinations, stimulus to suggestive thoughts as well see what you are thinking. Welcome to the future now and the shape of things to come courtesy of the N.S.A. and the U.S. shadow government.
6 Mar 2007
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Story of a man-turned-insect whose life revolves buzzing around bin lids, looking for sunday dinners. (Eating on a diet of decayed food creates illusionary malfunction - and hence odd hallucinations!) Part 2 of this is in development.
12 Mar 2007
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A group of American teens comes Ireland to visit an Irish school friend who takes them on a camping trip in search of the local, fabled magic mushrooms. When the hallucinations start taking hold, the panicked friends are attacked by ghostly creatures; never able to determine if they are experiencing gruesome reality or startling delirium. When one teenager unknowingly eats the dangerous Death's Head mushroom, the group's nightmare takes a deeply sinister turn...
21 Sep 2007
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Sleep & Your Mental Health I new study published in Scientific America found that a lack of sleep can actually cause psychiatric symptoms and disorders. Do you have a mental illness or just a lack of sleep? Lack of sleep can cause emotional problems, irritability, depression, hallucination (dreaming while awake) and paranoia (as in schizophrenia), emotions instability (such as bipolar and personality disorders).
26 Oct 2007
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People claim that's drugs and specifically, Marijuana, aka pot, weed brings them to spiritual realms. However, it must be clarified that these so- called spiritual experiences are drug induced and are hallucinations. A spiritual person does not need a drug to relax them; they understand that meditation is the true key to relaxation. Yes, you may see colors and feel a little bit high, but hallucinations are not the reality of soul. The only way to know soul is through self-awareness and meditation, not drugs. By harming your body, your instrument becomes impaired thus preventing you from knowing soul.
5 Jan 2008
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"Cynthia Witthoft" Song: "Our Hallucinogenic Drugs" Album: "2002 - Rectal Hidden Tracks II" - The general group of pharmacological agents commonly known as hallucinogens can be divided into three broad categories: psychedelics, dissociatives, and deliriants. These classes of psychoactive drugs have in common that they can cause subjective changes in perception, thought, emotion and consciousness. Unlike other psychoactive drugs, such as stimulants and opioids, the hallucinogens do not merely amplify familiar states of mind, but rather induce experiences that are qualitatively different from those of ordinary consciousness. These experiences are often compared to non-ordinary forms of consciousness such as trance, meditation, conversion experiences, and dreams. One thing that most of these drugs do not do, despite the ingrained usage of the term hallucinogen, is to cause hallucination. Hallucinations, strictly speaking, are perceptions that have no basis in reality, but that appear entirely realistic. A typical "hallucination" induced by a psychedelic drug is more accurately described as a modification of regular perception, and the subject is usually quite aware of the illusory and personal nature of their perceptions. Some less common drugs, such as dimethyltryptamine and atropine, may cause hallucinations in the proper sense. Psychedelics, dissociatives, and deliriants have a long history of use within medicinal and religious traditions around the world. They are used in shamanic forms of ritual healing and divination, in initiation rites, and in the religious rituals of syncretistic movements such as União do Vegetal, Santo Daime, and the Native American Church. When used in religious practice, psychedelic drugs, as well as other substances like tobacco, are referred to as entheogens. Starting in the mid-20th century, psychedelic drugs have been the object of extensive attention in the Western world. They have been and are being explored as potential therapeutic agents in treating depression, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Obsessive-compulsive Disorder, alcoholism, opioid addiction, cluster headaches, and other ailments. Early military research focused on their use as incapacitating agents. Intelligence agencies tested these drugs in the hope that they would provide an effective means of interrogation, with little success. Yet the most popular, and at the same time most stigmatized, use of psychedelics in Western culture has been associated with the search for direct religious experience, enhanced creativity, personal development, and "mind expansion". The use of psychedelic drugs was a major element of the 1960s counterculture, where it became associated with various political movements and a general atmosphere of rebellion and strife between generations. Despite prohibition, the recreational, spiritual, and medical use of psychedelics continues today. Organizations, such as Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies and the Heffter Research Institute, have arisen that sponsor research into their safety and effects, and advocacy groups such as the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics push for their legalization.
19 Mar 2008
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"Cynthia Witthoft" "The Kuru Disease" "Last Recordings Before My Suicide - 2008" - Kuru, or Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), is a very rare and incurable degenerative neurological disorder (brain disease) that is ultimately fatal. Among the types of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy found in humans, it is the most common. Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy diseases are caused by prions. The diseases are thus sometimes called prion diseases. Other prion diseases include Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker syndrome (GSS), fatal familial insomnia (FFI) and kuru in humans, as well as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) commonly known as mad cow disease, chronic wasting disease (CWD) in elk and deer, and scrapie in sheep. The prion that is believed to cause Creutzfeldt-Jakob exhibits at least two stable conformations. One, the native state, is water-soluble and present in healthy cells. As of 2007, its biological function is presumably in transmembrane transport or signaling. The other conformational state is very poorly water-soluble and readily forms protein aggregates. People can also acquire CJD genetically through a mutation of the gene that codes for the prion protein(PRNP). This only occurs in 5-10% of all CJD cases. The CJD prion is dangerous because it promotes refolding of native proteins into the diseased state. The number of misfolded protein molecules will increase exponentially, and the process leads to a large quantity of insoluble prions in affected cells. This mass of misfolded proteins disrupts cell function and causes cell death. Mutations in the gene for the prion protein can cause a misfolding of the dominantly alpha helical regions into beta pleated sheets. This change in conformation disables the ability of the protein to undergo digestion. Once the prion is transmitted, the defective proteins invade the brain and are produced in a self-sustaining feedback loop, causing exponential spread of the prion, death within a few months, although a few patients have been known to live as long as two years. Stanley B. Prusiner was awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1997 for his discovery of prions. For more than a decade, Yale University neuropathologist Laura Manuelidis has been challenging this explanation for the disease. In January 2007 she and her colleagues published an article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science and reported that they have found a virus-like particle (but without finding nucleic acids so far) in less than 10% of the cells a scrapie-infected cell line and in a mouse cell line infected by a human CJD agent. The first symptom of CJD is rapidly progressive dementia, leading to memory loss, personality changes, inappropriate and unmotivated laughter, and hallucinations. This is accompanied by physical problems such as speech impairment, jerky movements (myoclonus), balance and coordination dysfunction (ataxia), changes in gait, rigid posture, and seizures. The duration of the disease varies greatly, but sporadic (non-inherited) CJD can be fatal within months or even weeks. In some people, the symptoms can continue for years. In most patients, these symptoms are followed by involuntary movements and the appearance of a typical diagnostic electroencephalogram tracing. The symptoms of CJD are caused by the progressive death of the brain's nerve cells, which is associated with the build-up of abnormal prion proteins. When brain tissue from a CJD patient is examined under a microscope, many tiny holes can be seen where whole areas of nerve cells have died. The word 'spongiform' in 'transmissible spongiform encephalopathies' refers to the 'spongy' appearance of the brain tissue. [Emotions may switch suddenly from sadness to happiness with sudden outbursts of laughter. People with kuru become demented and eventually placid, unable to speak, and unresponsive to their surroundings. Most people die about 3 to 24 months after symptoms appear, usually as a result of pneumonia or infection due to bedsores (pressure sores).]
26 Jan 2010
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The man in the black suit realizes that he may be having hallucinations while being trapped with April.
10 Apr 2008
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Il déballe une montagne enneigée sur un kayak …Hallucinant c’est mieux que le snow
27 Apr 2008
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JFK Assassin Story Part 1. Assassin Story part 2 Obviously this is now begining to look like a open and shut School Book Job you may deposit your school book at any time. Even with flaws this is still the King Arthur of all the authors on the subject of the assassination. Assassin contacts the white house cook for his favorite meals. They turn out to be some green stinging locust only found in the Texas region. He tells the President about having a large supply of them for a scrumptious meal to make plans to visit Dallas. He gets the date now he has to secure the bugs and so runs adds in the news paper and later on TV news so much per bug which at the end he paid a dollar each. Then on the 11/22/63 he delivers the bugs at motorcade assembly starting point. There he finds young adolescent girls tied up in barbwire and gets them free and pays a orphan errand boy to get a bag amphibian toxin this makes them croak and die in the motorcade so a large reduction of limos. After the slaughter of your beloved Presidental leader the Dallas Detective photograph by Ruby & Oswald refuse to arrest any one due to his experience in homicide and the lack of blood to suggest not human. Oswald secretly a snitch for the FBI not known at the time has his name revealed. Just as the police would do with a Narc is arrest him to get him out of danger and still keep him in operation as the bad guy. The Helmet in which the assassin rested his rifle over to shoot JFK was mauled over by a Catholic Priest and hallucinated by him as a grassy knoll is one out of two start ups of this man from the grassy knoll. The school or class of knoll in Russian knoll means nothing so the school class of nothing was his education on the other hand knoll means zero refering to scope so it could also be a prestigious sniper school too. The helmet a two bit war surplus 25th infantry paratrooper division symbol seen in other assassinations the only connecting clue. Fearless fighting soldier from the sky or religiously put avenging angel of death from the heavens. Jackies clone enety is what some physcians call it a Mormom Faggot Clone Worm this worm when the snorkle is down is the same shape of Utah. So here is some spagetti western music to go with a pile of Jackie's ugly Mormon clone worm Amphibian toxins design for amphibian and water strider are effective agains covert incognito clones. I got another sensor for you who may want to check your new presidental canidates. Go to a automotive store acquire a laser temperature gun the more expensive the more confidence youll have. Most clones temperatures run about 63% degrees this section where I am at they are 86% degrees this is not conclusive if you laze some one and they are 96% some eat chilli peppers to keep their temps up. You may also want to take temperatures all around you covertly those arrogant ones that you hate and make friction. More secret info coming on Part 3. shooting with your unorganized militia under article 1. section 5 must be natural born presidents can not be clone from troglodyte mayhem labratories and put into office.
7 Mar 2009
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ll déballe une montagne enneigée sur un kayak ...Hallucinant c'est mieux que le snow
27 Apr 2009
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Duel est un film de Steven Spielberg méconnu du grand public , en fait c'est son premier et c'est un télé film ( et oui) sorti en 1971! Course poursuite entre une voiture et un camion, le scénario n'étant pas trés épais, Duel à l'avantage pour être suédé de bien passer de 1h15 à 5 minutes en version tout en restant cohérent. Tourné en 18h sur trois jours, avec un staff hallucinant de trois personnes en tout, notre version est un hommage au début de Steven, j'espère que le film vous plaira, bon visionnage.
7 Jan 2009
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shazap**** This is the second part of the RIP series and the book starts out a little weird and disconnected. Part of that is because it opens up with Robin out of uniform and he is drawn much older than we are used to seeing him so I couldn’t tell if it was Robin, Nightwing, or even Jason Todd until later on in the story. The other reason was that the majority of the issue takes place in Bruce Wayne’s hypnosis and drug induced hallucination. Being a Tim Drake fan I am stoked that Robin is the last hope for the Bat family and maybe the entire city of Gotham, but other than that the story doesn’t really go very far. Bruce Wayne is on a journey through his own mind and battling his inner demons as well as those set upon him by the Black Glove so we couldn’t expect a lot but there are plenty of issues left so I’m not worried. I will say that I was a little disappointed that we didn’t get to see anything about Alfred’s involvement with the Black glove movie or what’s going on with Bruce’s parents but again, there are plenty of issues left. I did love the image that this book ended with and is that the return of Bat-mite? This was a really good episode and I the RIP story line is looking to be really great. Pick it up and get in on the excitement while you can.
9 Jul 2008
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More info & cast can be found here: 2008 by 20th Century Fox. Song title is "If I was your Vampire" performed by Marilyn Manson from album "Eat me, Drink me". This Black-Angel-Thing at the end is probably a hallucination after using the Valkyr drug. Based on the PC game Max Payne.
12 Jul 2008
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