“Common features of the Age of Aquarius: In their hearts, people will understand what is going on. They may not find words to express themselves, but one day they will. That day they will like to uplift fellow beings. The walls of hatred will fall down. Instead of ill will and gossip, there will be prayer on the tongues of everyone. Rather than competing for wealth, people will compete for spiritual growth. We will have a common belief of higher self, love for our Creator, and love for our consciousness and grace.”—Yogi Bhajan (via agri-om)
“One day you may catch yourself smiling at the voice in your head, as you would smile at the antics of a child. This means that you no longer take the content of your mind all that seriously, as your sense of self does not depend on it.”—Eckhart Tolle (via 0rgasms)
So, I found myself reading the Bible at 2.30 in the morning, and I stumbled upon an interesting, albeit ominous paragraph. Revelations 14:15; “It was allowed to put breath into the idol so that it could speak. Everyone who refused to worship the idol of the beast was put to death. All the people were forced to put a mark on their right hand or forehead. Whether they were powerful or weak, rich or poor, free people or slaves, they had to have this mark, or else they could not buy or sell anything. This mark stood for the name of the beast and for the number of its name.”
Does this not sound a lot like RFID chips? And don’t the global elite eventually want all money to be on those chips until our entire lives revolve around it? And if we don’t play by their rules, they turn it (or us) off.
nope, never tried any psychedelic seeds. I really wanna buy some, but I don't know where to buy ones that haven't been treated with fungicides or other chemicals
Morning Glories, Heavenly Blues specifically, you should be able to find in most garden centres or supermarkets that sell seeds for flowers. It’s a pretty common garden flower and the seeds aren’t usually treated with pesticides and such, but as a rule of thumb, I usually rinse them with some cold water before I consume them.
“It’s tough to associate creativity with mental illness because obviously if you’re very ill, it gets in the way. … But one of the theories now is that the terrible swings of the mental illness – of bipolar depression – you get these manic highs, these euphorias, where the ideas just pour out of you. And you need to write them down. That’s followed by this dismal low period when maybe you’re a better editor. Maybe it’s easier for you to focus and refine those epiphanies into a perfect form. … The thinking is maybe the correlation exists because the swings of mental illness echo the natural swings of the creative process.”—