The Seiker Podcast, Ep 076:
Psilocybin mushrooms are helping terminal cancer patients cope with their stress and anxiety. What else can they do?
Magic mushrooms have a hidden lore that has populated myths, legends, and even modern-day video games. Are they simply mystical drugs that induce dream-like states, or do they have other benefits to those who consume them?
Research is showing the effects of psilocybin, the psychedelic compound found in magic mushrooms, has decreased symptoms of stress and anxiety in up to 80% of terminal cancer patients who have tried them.
In his book, The Sacred Mushroom and The Cross, John M. Allegro provides a detailed comparison to the ancient mushroom cults and the birth of Christianity, ultimately claiming that the story of Jesus Christ is actually a metaphor to the spiritual teachings of the Amanita muscaria mushroom.
Thorough his own research and experience, Terrance Mckenna claims mushrooms are a communication medium from an alien intelligence, looking to learn about humanity. He also suspected that such mushrooms may have inspired evolution when pre-man may have ingested some and gained profound spiritual insights, compelling him to expand his consciousness and evolve.
There is more to reality than we realize, and we may be overlooking essential tools of nature that can help us evolve and navigate this maze of life.
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