Story of a shaman

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14 Responses to “Story of a shaman”

  1. BarBarSeven says:

    “His food was prepared and delivered to him by either a young girl or a postmenopausal woman, and whatever portion remained uneaten was carefully collected and destroyed so that no other man or animal might consume it.”

    Now I know where that clause in Michael Jackson’s tour rider came from!

  2. Emoo says:

    “He could eat some jungle fowl, but only the left breast—no other portion of the meat was allowed.” This is a fuckin’ joke, right?

    • Boomer says:

      Actually, it’s a well know fact among shaman cognoscenti that the left tit is the greatest reception area for the receipt and transmission of other worldly messages; therefore, a steady diet is thought to enhance reception.  After years of consumption and sucking only on the left breast, mine often tingles when I’m in deep meditation.  It’s like a cell phone tune you can’t turn off.

  3. fxq says:

    Ah Carlos took me on a wild ride way back then. I saw shadows as separate entities containing secrets of other worlds and realized the dance of the Three Stooges was humor straight from god.

    Good times. Good times.

  4. Soliloquy says:

    Ah, good old DMT. Nothing like climbing up the walls!

  5. entheo says:

    ” he was provided a strict traditional diet, consisting mostly of plantains and fish.”
    This must mean the more modern ‘traditional diet’ as opposed to pre-European contact traditional diet, since plantains & bananas came originally from New Guinea (at least the cultivated varieties) or South East Asia.

  6. jphilby says:

    He could eat some jungle fowl, but only the left breast

    Is that left breast while you’re looking at the chicken, or left while you ARE the chicken?

  7. Cowicide says:

    In case anyone was wondering what happens after you drink this stuff…

    http://imgur.com/2XTXk

  8. Cowicide says:

    Crap, I linked to the smaller one by accident, here it is larger….

    http://imgur.com/0DZN2

  9. Sarah Neptune says:

    Hmm, couldn’t get any of those contextly redirects posted at the end to work for me, darn.

  10. we_the_people324 says:

    Ahh, good ole ayahuasca.

    Natures most wonderful and treasured medicine.

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