“Can I hit that”
In 1988 in Mountain View, California a lab inside of a shipping container inside of a warehouse, being run by William Leonard Pickard and Clyde Apperson was seized along with 34 grams or 340,000 hits of Lysergic acid diethlyamide or LSD. Leonard was the only one arrested relative to the lab because Clyde was not there during the bust. Clyde was the setup and take down guy whom was also a clandestine chemist who produced synthetic mescaline “larger than any crystals on record” Pickard received the maximum state sentence of five years. No production figures were estimated by state or federal authorities. Later in life pickard went on to produce 2.2 pounds of LSD every 5 weeks. If anyone wants to know more or anything don’t hesitate to ask this is probably one of my most favorite and most well informed topics!
Now THIS would’ve been the only birthday gift I wouldn’t mind receiving.
“The Sacred Circle” (El Círculo Sagrado)
Acrylic on Wood// Acrílico sobre Madera
“Los Guerreros que alcanzan deliberadamente la conciencia total son algo digno de contemplar.Ese es el momento en que arden desde adentro. El fuego interno los consume. Y en plena conciencia, se funden con el conjunto de las emanaciones del Águila y se deslizan a la eternidad” Carlos Castaneda
Healing by Autumn Skye Morrison:
Humanity is one strand in the web of life, inextricably of the flora and fauna of Gaia. Humans present something unique to the biosphere. We live not only within a world of elements, objects, trees, creatures, sky and earth, but of symbols and meanings. It is the manipulation of the symbolic that is strongly definitive of our species. Whilst our senses open outward to a tangible world of elements, we also live within a psychic world, the nature of which is imaginal, symbolic, metaphorical and mythical, and constitutes the invisible landscape of our human pilgrimage.
“Death makes angels of us all and gives us wings where we had shoulders smooth as raven’s claws.”