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pau
#1 Posted : 10/31/2017 1:14:13 AM

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has anyone heard about or have experience with this supposed ancient psychotropic chemical, supposedly from a single source in the Himalaya? something about pineal gland resonance?
Lithium radite-37 could also be known as LR37.
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#2 Posted : 10/31/2017 5:42:39 PM

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It's news to me and sounds completely fictional. Radite was a trademark for a form of weakly nitrated cellulose used in golf clubs and fountain pens, as far as I can discern. Any associated lithium would be responsible for the purported psychotropic properties, one might suppose. Why this should originate in the Himalayas is beyond me.

Do you have any further information yourself?

EDIT: I just noticed the form it's posted in. And Wink
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#3 Posted : 12/16/2020 1:39:59 AM

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they do smoke their golf clubs in Jupiter, FL and in Rancho Santa Fe, CA. But only after a hole in one.
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#4 Posted : 12/16/2020 4:48:18 AM

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Entering it into a Google machine pops this bit of weirdness up, is this what you saw? the-tartessian-priesthoods-trans-himalayan-trade-in-lithium-radite

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With the recent rediscovery of the circa 1000 BCE Himalayan mines, it is time to re-examine how Tartessian priests maintained their control over the societies along the dangerous trade route to the Orient ... still the only known source of Lithium radite-37, a mysterious, and highly psychoactive, chemical.

With superior golf club technology?Wut?
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#5 Posted : 12/16/2020 3:20:45 PM

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I thought about this thread two days ago. Looks like we should be careful what we think about Laughing

I'm actually in favour of golf clubs being made of a more strongly nitrated form of nitrocellulose, and the golf balls too. That would make golf far more entertaining. I'd happily watch a round or two of exploding golf while myself being blasted on LR37.
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#6 Posted : 12/16/2020 3:21:10 PM

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[duplicate post from broken internet]
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