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Cristiano

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Quote by Vikram Seth: “God save us from people who mean well.” I'm just sharing what I read today, no ulterior motive is intended.


The Gospel of St. Matthew, Chapter Five:


"23. But I say to you, that whosoever is angry with his brother, shall be in danger of judgment. And whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca: shall be in danger of a councel4. And whosoever shall say, Thou fool: shall be guilty of the hell of fire."


As posted by Paracelsus on February 25, 2020: (I'm not saying these are your words, Sir.)


"This is our terror:
We have a summons that none can resist
One judge from whom there is no appeal
One accuser who knows all our crimes
And nothing to plead in mitigation.


This is our hope:
We have one Advocate
The greatest of all
Who would spend his life in our defence
And already did, long before we even transgressed.
Amen."

Kindly, let me know if I should delete this within the provided 60 minutes time limit. Nevermind, I'm going to bed.

Thank you,
God bless.
 
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Kona

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The government is highly interested in this, because they could save billions if there was an effective cure for war veterans.
This is not true.

Not the weed smokers, or the users, but the bankers and the others pushing pot stocks want you to think this.

I go to tge VA all the time. The only thing they care about is pushing drugs on you that put money in big pharmas pockets.

As far as op goes, you get some type of non-medical help. Try different thongs until one work. With veterans, i know its just helpful to be around others that been through the same.

Only drink when you want to be happier. Only to celevrate. Not alone, or when you are crabby. Hang in there buddy.

Aloha!
 

Sherman

Ostrich
"Experts" often can be defined as over-educated under-experienced fools who often don't know what they're talking about, but like to talk just the same. I think the takeaway from that definition is in terms of its effects and possibly its binding to 5-HT2AR
It's not a psychedelic. It's defined that way because of the extremely low possibility of a psychedelic experience which is influenced heavily by the factors I've mentioned.
I'm not an over educated expert, I'm an over-experienced observer.

I've done psychedelics. Pot isn't one of them. Pot is the drug you do when the psychedelic experience from mushrooms, acid, mda.. etc becomes too much for you to handle. Trust me on this one.

I agree completely with you on your first point about Trauma.
The professionals who make it psychedelic combine blends to make a hybrid, not only Sativa and Indica, but also have knowledge of the Terpenes. It is still an intuitive art form. The Indica is important for therepeutic work because it enhance somatic processing. The experience is as deep as LSD, mushrooms, or any other psychedelic.
 

iOneIndividual

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The experience is as deep as LSD, mushrooms, or any other psychedelic.
Speaking from personal experience?

I don't think we are in disagreement here. Except perhaps from that one statement about it being as deep as LSD or another kind, those experiences tend to last several hours (8-12 vs the pot which is only 1-2) which can feel longer, and some of the really high end ones can feel like several years experience (DMT, but I've never had that experience, I only tried it once but didn't take a lot and didn't breakthrough)
But, I've never tried this magical PSTD designed psych strain myself. I've tried many strains however and my experience was only that category when it was a pure sativa, or a sativa dom hybrid with a tch above 25% (usually 27-30)

The only point I had to make was 'not all strains are psych' not 'all strains are not psych', merely saying it can't be categorized as simply a psychedelic drug the way those other ones can. A psych experience can happen, but won't with just any ol dime bag.
 
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iOneIndividual

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I met with a new therapist this week. She's someone who is actively doing work for men's rights and is also known as a 'honey bager'
Fantastic woman. Never had such a good session and I've tried a few different approaches. I highly recommend her to anyone who is in doubt of whether or not therapy can help. As someone who has gone through about 5 - 10 therapists so far (7 walk ins, 2, ongoing and my new one) she's the 1/10 who didn't do her job from a perspective of men are tainted by default.
 
Siberian Liger is the much renowned Dragan, an overweighted autistic US
virgin who posted game advice on Serbian girls on RVF 1.0

Was lurking at that time. Was hilarious when he got called ouf

Ever since he had made a daytime job out of trolling, I mean a skill is a skill!

I know you are reading this Drag, I enjoyed your posts even though it was all fake posturing. You got skills but you need to start applying them properly. Lose some weight and get on plane to SEA. One step at a time.

We all have our own trajectory
 

Rob Banks

Kingfisher
"Experts" often can be defined as over-educated under-experienced fools who often don't know what they're talking about, but like to talk just the same. I think the takeaway from that definition is in terms of its effects and possibly its binding to 5-HT2AR
It's not a psychedelic. It's defined that way because of the extremely low possibility of a psychedelic experience which is influenced heavily by the factors I've mentioned.
I'm not an over educated expert, I'm an over-experienced observer.

I've done psychedelics. Pot isn't one of them. Pot is the drug you do when the psychedelic experience from mushrooms, acid, mda.. etc becomes too much for you to handle. Trust me on this one.

I agree completely with you on your first point about Trauma.
I disagree. I've done too many drugs in my life, and I can say with confidence that pot is most certainly a (mild) psychedelic.

Without trying to come off as glorifying drug use (drugs ruined my life), I will say that there are 3 types of drugs.

There's "uppers" (i.e. central nervous system stimulants), such as cocaine and Adderall, which wake you up and make you more alert. These do not cause physical withdrawal symptoms but are still very addictive psychologically.

There's "downers" (i.e. central nervous system depressants), such as alcohol, Xanax, and heroin, which show you down, make you more relaxed, lower your inhibitions, and put you to sleep. These drugs are the most addictive because they often cause intense physical withdrawal symptoms when stopped.

And then there's psychedelics, which are neither uppers nor downers. Their effect is hard to describe, but I would say they intensify whatever you are experiencing and deepen your perception of reality, causing you to see and perceive things that you previously did not see or perceive. Oftentimes you will feel more self-conscious (or "paranoid") because you can perceive yourself the way others perceive you.

Contrary to popular belief, psychedelics (at least the ones I've done) don't cause you to hallucinate. Everything you perceive is real but it is just far more intense and you are likely to perceive things that previously went unnoticed.

I remember the first time I tripped on acid. I was in my car with 2 good friends and we were talking and listening to music. I could visually see the conversational energy between us when we talked to each other (which would then cease if we stopped talking), and I could visually see the musical energy coming from the radio speakers.

"Bad trips" are definitely real. I know a guy who one time broke a 4th-story floor-to-ceiling window with his head and then jumped out, almost killing himself, 2 days after tripping on a very small dose of acid, and another time got naked in public and got arrested for trying to grab a cop's gun 1 week after tripping on acid (I s**t you not). He later told me he believed people were trying to rape, torture, and kill him, and he took off his clothes because he felt trapped in them and needed to be free (not for any sexual reason).

But I believe these bad trips are caused by being exposed to perceptions, knowledge, and truth that you were not ready for. Some people are in a spiritually bad place, and seeing reality so intensely becomes "too real" for them and they go temporarily crazy.

In my opinion, psychedelics are the only category of drugs that arguably have some spiritual value (as shown by Roosh's experience with shrooms), although they can also be very dangerous.

Weed definitely falls into the third and final category (although it is far more mild than other psychedelics), and I don't need any scientific studies focusing on 5-HT2AR (or whatever other alphabet soup of chemical names) to tell me that.
 
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iOneIndividual

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I disagree. I've done too many drugs in my life, and I can say with confidence that pot is most certainly a (mild) psychedelic.

Without trying to come off as glorifying drug use (drugs ruined my life), I will say that there are 3 types of drugs.

There's "uppers" (i.e. central nervous system stimulants), such as cocaine and Adderall, which wake you up and make you more alert. These do not cause physical withdrawal symptoms but are still very addictive psychologically.

There's "downers" (i.e. central nervous system depressants), such as alcohol, Xanax, and heroin, which show you down, make you more relaxed, lower your inhibitions, and put you to sleep. These drugs are the most addictive because they often cause intense physical withdrawal symptoms when stopped.

And then there's psychedelics, which are neither uppers nor downers. Their effect is hard to describe, but I would say they intensify whatever you are experiencing and deepen your perception of reality, causing you to see and perceive things that you previously did not see or perceive. Oftentimes you will feel more self-conscious (or "paranoid") because you can perceive yourself the way others perceive you.

Contrary to popular belief, psychedelics (at least the ones I've done) don't cause you to hallucinate. Everything you perceive is real but it is just far more intense and you are likely to perceive things that previously went unnoticed.

I remember the first time I tripped on acid. I was in my car with 2 good friends and we were talking and listening to music. I could visually see the conversational energy between us when we talked to each other (which would then cease if we stopped talking), and I could visually see the musical energy coming from the radio speakers.

"Bad trips" are definitely real. I know a guy who one time broke a 4th-story floor-to-ceiling window with his head and then jumped out, almost killing himself, 2 days after tripping on a very small dose of acid, and another time got naked in public and got arrested for trying to grab a cop's gun 1 week after tripping on acid (I s**t you not). He later told me he believed people were trying to rape, torture, and kill him, and he took off his clothes because he felt trapped in them and needed to be free (not for any sexual reason).

But I believe these bad trips are caused by being exposed to perceptions, knowledge, and truth that you were not ready for. Some people are in a spiritually bad place, and seeing reality so intensely becomes "too real" for them and they go temporarily crazy.

In my opinion, psychedelics are the only category of drugs that arguably have some spiritual value (as shown by Roosh's experience with shrooms), although they can also be very dangerous.

Weed definitely falls into the third and final category (although it is far more mild than other psychedelics), and I don't need any scientific studies focusing on 5-HT2AR (or whatever other alphabet soup of chemical names) to tell me that.
My adventures in this life have made me familiar with the different kinds of drugs in this realm. I haven't done them all, or I probably wouldn't be here to tell the tale. I have encountered them all though, save for the new ones that have appeared since I sobered up.
While I will concur there is a small possibility of a psychedelic reaction in marijuana that several factors I've mentioned influence whether or not this happens. If you wish to categorize pot as a psychedelic because having this reaction is a possibility from it, then I'll agree with you.
I do not however, concur that it belongs in the same category as LSD--which is without a doubt a psychedelic.

Maybe marijuana is something else. Because of the variety of strain types bread and grown for specific intentions, (indica, sativa, CBD, hybrid strains) (body effect, mind effect, pain relief, trauma relief) it shouldn't be lumped into one category. You can have 4 different strains of marijuana which have 4 completely different and sometimes counteractive effects to one another.
I've got years of case studies from different people and not just myself but basically the people I was hanging around at the time to back my theory. I've seen different strains used to counteract effects of other uppers, downers, and psychedelics.
I've seen strains used specifically to relieve things like hangovers or bad trips. But if you used the wrong strain you'd make it worse.
 

Rob Banks

Kingfisher
↑ Weed is different because it is far more mild.

I will say, though, that the first time I ever got high on weed (when I was 16), that was the hardest I've ever tripped. It was more intense than my first acid trip, and I hated it. After smoking several more times, I got used to it and started to like it.

Now, weed is not so intense for me because I've gotten used to it, but it is still pretty intense if I don't smoke for months and then I decide to smoke one day.

The strains of weed are definitely different. I only mess with sativa. Sativa makes me feel like I'm "in the zone" and have more self-control and self-awareness, where as indica makes me feel more paranoid and gets my thoughts racing.

Small doses of acid have a similar effect on me as weed. I was experimenting with small doses of acid for the purposes of self-control and staying calm in potentially stressful situations, and it worked very well the times I did it.
 

911

Crow
Cathy O'Brien was a sex slave, born into a multi-generational satanist family, who has been abused practically from day one, like her parents. Her personal experience is particularly harrowing:


This testimony is way outside most people's Overton window, but she is definitely telling the truth.

The reason I've put it here is that she has written a book , PTSD: Time to Heal, in which she describes her tribulations and provides a path to recovery. Someone with her past rising above her personal experience is very inspiring, and also very useful to share, I would definitely recommend her book to anyone who has gone through that kind of experience, if she can do it, anyone can.


PTSD: Time to Heal is here for You during these powerfully transitional times. These are the healing methods Mark gleaned from his tenure in Intelligence mind sciences- the same ones that he taught me so I could reclaim self control and inner peace after decades of White House/Pentagon level MK Ultra mind control/human trafficking. I am confident PTSD: Time to Heal can help you, too, just as it has me and continues to help so many others worldwide.

I struggle financially just as so many of you are struggling today, yet we’re all in this together. Pay what you can if you can.

Until justice is restored to our nation and world, and crimes against humanity cease, these easy-to-apply methods in PTSD: Time to Heal have the potential to empower you for a lifetime… against all odds and under any circumstance… just as they continue to do for me.

Peace and Freedom,
Cathy

Mind Control’s Antidote; PTSD: Time to Heal
MK Ultra Mind Control, PTSD Healing, Trauma / By Cathy O'Brien

When I awoke from decades of MK Ultra mind control, I experienced a sense of Rip Van Winkle time warp, since I had “slept” through world events and social engineering trends. As I slowly began reclaiming conscious awareness’ free thought in 1988 through methods detailed in PTSD: Time to Heal, my paradigm shifted several times in succession.
Not only did I have to consciously deal with the reality of my torturous past at the hands of New World Order/Deep State perpeTraitors, I began to real-eyes the effects of social engineering on society. It was as though I came screaming out of a hell no one wanted to believe existed. Ignorant people tend to snap judge and therefore wanted to label me “crazy” while I was actually reclaiming my sanity.

Aware of my own truth, I desperately sought help for my MK Ultra mind controlled daughter who had been trafficked to powerful Wash DC pedophiles who were now victimizing her further though their corrupted ‘human services’ mental hellth and criminal justice systems. It was a difficult journey facing the reality that the whole world needed to wake up from their own level of mind control in order for positive, necessary change to occur… for my daughter’s sake, all of our children’s sake, and the sake of humanity as a whole.

Today awareness has reached critical mass. New World Order/Deep State perpeTraitors and their media lost their grip on the minds of the masses, and people are beginning to experience their own paradigm shift as they become consciously aware that we share this planet with some extremely evil people.

As the world wakes up, I have detailed the methods intelligence insider Mark Phillips taught me for reclaiming self control, free thought, and inner peace in PTSD: Time to Heal. This gift Mark gave u.s. all empowers reclaiming and preserving our sacred free thought in light of our own truth so we are never again kept in the dark while evil triumphs.

There is light at the end of the tunnels, and it is Truth. While I have testified that perpeTraitors plotted their evil in Bohemian Grove’s dark ‘U.N.derground’ and used undergrounds for select DARPA ops, the New World Order coup happened in plain sight while people were shaken to their knees by the trauma of the Kennedy Assassination.
“Good people do not think to look for this kind of criminal activity” my MK Ultra owner Sen. Byrd often quipped. Therefore, torturous drug and human trafficking occurred right under our noses while we blindly surrendered our freedoms to Deep State’s Big Government systematic controls.

Vaccines were deliberately tainted in various ways to further their dark agenda of controlling future generations. Sen. Byrd ordered me to NOT allow my daughter to receive vaccines… there were other plans for her demise.

As head of US Senate Appropriations, Byrd delegated our tax dollars to New World Order/Deep State controls, primarily in our education system where our children would be programmed for compliance to the socialistic/communistic New World Order plan. Combined with take over of media and ultimately our knowledge base, electronic and harmonic menaces were added to their invisible arsenal.

We all formulate our thoughts, opinions, and ultimately our actions based on what we know. We Need-to-Know our knowledge base has been deliberately altered for suppression and control. With free thought, we are empowered by our strength of spirit… which is the perpeTraitors’ greatest fear. That’s where we win and they lose.

“Their arrogance is their downfall,” Mark Phillips often assured me. “Wisdom outthinks a criminal mind every time.” Most encouraging is the reality of Mark’s statement, “Even DARPA could not predict the strength of the human spirit.”
As an intelligence insider working mind sciences on the highest levels of government, Mark had eyes-to-see, ears-to-hear, and soul-to-know Truth. He was appalled at the New World Order/Deep State agenda of mind control of humanity through deliberately imposed trauma. He took calculated action, rescuing my daughter and me right from under their noses in 1988. He succeeded because they could not think to look for that kind of noble action— the kind that comes with strength of spirit. Mark dedicated and ultimately gave his life to securing the sanctity of free thought by giving u.s. all the antidote to mind control in PTSD: Time to Heal.

In honor of Mark Phillips’ spirit of integrity and life’s purpose well lived, PTSD: Time to Heal is now posted for you during these powerfully transitional times as an eBook. Get the PTSD: Time to Heal eBook, start healing today!

 

iOneIndividual

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I disagree. I've done too many drugs in my life, and I can say with confidence that pot is most certainly a (mild) psychedelic.

In my opinion, psychedelics are the only category of drugs that arguably have some spiritual value (as shown by Roosh's experience with shrooms), although they can also be very dangerous.

Weed definitely falls into the third and final category (although it is far more mild than other psychedelics), and I don't need any scientific studies focusing on 5-HT2AR (or whatever other alphabet soup of chemical names) to tell me that.
I'm curious about Roosh's experience. Part of the reason I've stayed with weed after leaving the rest behind was because of the spiritual aspect. I often (though not always) give thanks before partaking the same way I would give thanks for a meal. I ask for it to be blessed. Maybe I'm bordering on Rasta I don't know, but I've spoken with my T and come to the realization you are correct; MJ is a mild psychedelic and in my personal case I just have a tolerance, so I don't often feel these effects unless I get the right strain which focuses on that aspect of the plant.

So strange, I used to think when I could see a night's sky appear in the shape of a face and experiencing a graceful harmony that is God's creation--I was just high.
I still suspect that, and a recent hollywood elite movie about psychedelics being a gateway to God just seems like an agenda to push drugs on a panicing public to keep them dosile--but maybe the part of us that God made that can connect with the spiritual just goes into overdrive on the psychedelics making it more open, and thus, easier to corrupt by the imposters who would imitate God.
I posted on social media bout the film suggesting it was satanic.

I think that's why I'm leery to group the pot in with the others, because it's not processed / refined into it's drug format. However, shrooms are much like this where you just pick dry and use. So who am I to argue with God's natural order?
 

Rob Banks

Kingfisher
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I think that's why I'm leery to group the pot in with the others, because it's not processed / refined into it's drug format. However, shrooms are much like this where you just pick dry and use. So who am I to argue with God's natural order?
Well, with that argument (it's natural so therefore it's good), then smoking opium or chewing coca leaves would also he OK since it's not processed.

I saw something interesting (maybe on YouTube? I forget where actually) where they were saying that the bad effects a drug as on society depends on the culture that surrounds that drug.

For example, Western nations have a long history of drinking alcohol responsibly in social settings. Native Americans don't, which is why they have such a high percentage of alcoholics.

Similarly, although weed (and other psychedelics) can be spiritual, we don't really have a culture based around that in the West. Weed culture is based on hippie-dom and rebellion against God. Additionally, because weed is illegal, weed culture is often tied to drug culture in general (which included hard drugs like heroin and crack), which is why it is a "gateway drug".

Anyway, if you wanted to talk more about this, you can start another thread or you can just PM me. @La Águila Negra pointed out that talking about this here is disrespectful because it derails OP's thread, and he is right.
 

iOneIndividual

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Weed culture is based on hippie-dom and rebellion against God. Additionally, because weed is illegal, weed culture is often tied to drug culture in general (which included hard drugs like heroin and crack), which is why it is a "gateway drug".

Anyway, if you wanted to talk more about this, you can start another thread or you can just PM me. @La Águila Negra pointed out that talking about this here is disrespectful because it derails OP's thread, and he is right.
The last point I am going to make is to clarify a misconception: I'm native / indigenous on my mother's side and there is most definitely a culture in the west around weed having a spiritual aspect; I think I even pointed out blessing it before use like a meal. It's just not part of popular culture, its more leftover from the parent cultures of Canadian tribes long since wiped out or interbred with the first western settlers of the new world. Being Canadian in every aspect of the word I should also point out it's legal north of the 49th (no longer treated as 'the gateway drug')

I tried to keep it on topic last week but eventually caved when someone started mentioning using psychedelics as a form of ptsd treatment for war vets. Has anyone seen examples of this kind of treatment for childhood sexual abuse survivors? I'm very curious about that type of treatment as I was discussing something with a therapist casually out of session. I came to a personal revelation that helped me see it as a psychedelic drug as well.
 

Mike_Key

Sparrow
This is a crazy thread ...

But what I may add is the following:

... I'm of the camp that says don't dwell on past problems or Trauma and don't stifle yourself. That many other people have lived through worse and they were resilient. You don't hear about them because they are thriving. Don't be a victim.

But the most powerful thing is ...

The Fruits of the Spirit ... How can you have them, how can you have the Fruits of the Spirit, if you are so involved with PTSD; are you cultivating PTSD?

Galatians 5:22-23 -- New International Version

22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.

- - - - - -

Also, this book ... To Heaven and Back

In 1999 in the Los Rios region of southern Chile, orthopedic surgeon, devoted wife, and loving mother Dr. Mary Neal drowned in a kayak accident. While cascading down a waterfall, her kayak became pinned at the bottom and she was immediately and completely submerged. Despite the rescue efforts of her companions, Mary was underwater for too long, and as a result, died.


To Heaven and Back is Mary’s remarkable story of her life’s spiritual journey and what happened as she moved from life to death to eternal life, and back again.

In her book, she says that in heaven you may very well be around people from your family that - on earth - you had discord with and maybe some animosity toward. But in heaven that is all wiped away or non-existent.

It's interesting too ... that when you are "religious" with God, Following sacraments, "in a relationship" with Jesus, on Salvation excitement - you think that you love everyone ... Love, love, love

But then all of a sudden you think of a certain person, or people, a certain memory is revealed. And then, all of a sudden you feel as if you don't love everyone. And you realize that you need help cleaning up your soul and spirit. Like for instance me, I don't particularly like certain people, but I'm working on cleaning up my views surrounding this or these issues.

Horus or someone else that knows Horus, I'm just curious were you a PUA in 2013 or have you always been a strong Catholic on this Forum?

I'm a Protestant Christian and learned of PUA topics and Roosh V in late 2014 but didn't dare sign in because this place was too dark and demonic, in my eyes - although I didn't think every PUA was demon possessed - just two (2) individuals.

lol

But yes, I'm curious Horus were you a PUA?

John 3:16
 
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