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Legarto Rey
#1 Posted : 2/20/2019 11:40:03 PM
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I recognize, "preaching to the choir". It hit me of late, studying the new and old contributions to the Nexus, that a Mentor of great import receives less attribute than deserved. Much verbiage spent on, "trip reports" and individual "analysis" of deep psychedelic dreams, waxes tedious.

Nick Sand reminds us, eloquently, and from a place of unique psychochemical genius, that these are ancient and archetypal byways that we traverse. The pedestrian nature of our converse and dialogue, particularly with respect to description of the "trip", often seems sadly unaware of the vast psychedelic experiencing repertoire that precedes us!

Now, input regarding ever refined teks for consort with our sacred, plant/synthetic, entheogens, should never be dissuaded. Entheogenic University...hoo-rah!
http://psychedelicfronti...bit-more-dmt-nick-sand/

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OneIsEros
#2 Posted : 10/11/2019 11:53:57 AM
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That's only part 2, here's part 1 Smile

http://psychedelicfronti...ed-world-dmt-nick-sand/

There's also an excellent documentary about Nick Sand and his partner Tim Scully up on Netflix called "The Sunshine Makers".

There's also a whole thread on all things Nick Sand right here Smile

https://www.dmt-nexus.me...aspx?g=posts&t=28155
 
 
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