What is it?

Candyflipping is a term, in the psychedelic community, referring to the combination of LSD and Ecstacy (MDMA). One usually takes the LSD first and when the peak of the trip starts happening, the person takes a "roll" or pill of MDMA. Ecstacy that is readily available "on the streets" is sometimes mixed with MDA or a variety of other substances which have an effect on the overall "flipping" experience. Pure MDMA can be found (commonly referred to as "mol-e"), and this is much preferred to common Ecstacy. Sometimes, a person will take half of a tab of ecstacy and the LSD at the same time. This is reported to be quite pleasurable. And then follow up with some more E when the LSD kicks in fully. After years of research, observing shamans (and being a shaman myself) in the transhuman American urban jungles, I have found some commonality in individual reports of this experience.

The candyflipping experience is sometimes related to the combination of LSD and an extracted, concentrated (10X), salvia divinorum tincture. By the way, it is reported, that a drop of the tincture will do ya'. For several hours. Be well rested. One of the key differences, between the two experiences, is that the salvia-LSD combo has more of a mescaline effect, followed by an intense level of energy (sometimes uncontrollable), for a substantial period of time. On the other hand, the E-LSD combo is... well how to describe it... is a "little slice of heaven" (to be trite). I will get into more specifics but it is hard to be succinct with the experience of this combo.

One anecdote related to the salvia-LSD combo: an acquaintance of mine, from a few yers back, was at a party for summer solstice (midsummer)... Some friends came in from out of town for the party. Eight times a year, this group of people got together, on the major and minor year demarcations (more later), to hang out with each other. There was some semblance of a religion, Wicca, around it, but it was primarily an extended family. The user in this case took some LSD and was waiting for it to come on. After about an hour he said he vaguely felt something but figured it was a dud. So he was socializing around the party and he came upon a friend who was smoking something in a pipe. "Hey dude, you want some?", said the bearer of the pipe to my friend. "What is it?" In the pipe was a 10X salvia compound, salvia leaves doused with a tincture. 


Cycles and Synchronicities

This is an interesting piece about cycles and synchronicities, click here. How much choice in the outcome of an action (and the action itself) do we really have? We all flow with the waves of the universe, and are part of a larger process. We can choose to flit this way or that or to turn off or turn on, but always within the confnes of the universal systems of events (SOE). This is not to say that all SOEs are not also subject to perpetual change. In fact, like a flowing river it is always changing. Its null state is change.

The idea of a null state is hard to grasp by many, especially when this null state is change. But even though the particles that make up the river are always changing, it is still a river. Collectively it is a singular unit confined by the boundaries of the SOE surrounding it.

Magick or yoga is simply the observation and influence of an SOE. The SOE undergoing directed change, coordinated by the practioner, can be either one of the many SOEs that is a building block of the practitioner or one that the practioner finds theirself moving within. Above or below. Humans are only a collection of event horizons, just like everything, and our will is merely like the breeze that affects the ripples upon the surface.

The Golden Dawn, a group most active at the turn of the 20th century, recognized that by influencing the SOE making up our consciouness and awareness that profound effects can be rationalized in the individual. By imposing a ceremonial structure to the SOE we want to manipulate the pieces begin to move the way we want them to move. The SOE becomes the system we are invoking. Thus, we can, after the transformation, pick and choose the behavior of the SOE because we are aware of all of the parts comprising it.


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Discover another planet.

Some people believe that Nikola Tesla was the first to make it to Mars. (Look it up. Everything you read on the Internet is true, at least when analyzing human behavioral structures.) Remeniscent of the film Total Recall inspired by Philip K Dick's story, "We Can Remember It For You Wholesale", we can now travel to Mars.

A seven night wonderful vacation in the lush surroundings (imported from earth and arising from some genetically modified strains of everything) within the Hellas Planitia Hilton Spa and Resort. Full body martian mud baths, made with the iron rich silt mined by indentured slaves (those who give a certain amount of time in exchange for passage to Mars, because they haven't the money) from a depth of up to a kilometer under its red surface. Venus flytraps 2.5 meters hgh, two-headed decorative carp in crystal clear ponds complete with freshwater coral... everyone is naked all the time. And with me being the dirty old man that I am find this aspect of the holiday highly pleasurable.

The Hellas Planitia region of Mars was one of the first to be observed via telescope from earth. It is the largest impact crater on Mars, up to 30 km in depth. We discovered that by using an iron rich glass made from local raw materials to make massive buckyballs, that not only did these structures provide enough energy to heat the area to a comfortable 50 - 72 degrees but also enough excess energy to power 37% of the essential functions of the environment. The environmental systems were comprised of ELF (Extremely Low Friction) engines, that would combine water with the existent martian atmosphere to make a gaseous concoction we were capable of breathing. The pressure in the region was heavy enough to have transient water at temperatures above 0 centigrade. I do not understand the details of the process in depth, but check out this for more details.

The pressure was modulated somewhat but was a couple of times heavier than earth so everyone appeared a bit drawn down. Everyone, the locals mainly or frequent travellers, developed a reddish hue.


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Discover our post-hedonic selves.

I have often wondered what things would have been like if I had not been so selfish. Family centrism, or fixation, seems to be the predominant outlook of the universe from the perspective of a large percentage of us. So possibly, thinking that I have been selfish is just some remnant from a time that is best left forgotten. Anything traditional, I despise. Sports and the enthusiasm for them, shared by so many cheap lager drinking men (and an increasing number of women), I just don't understand. I never did.

I remember growing up in suburban hell, during the 1970's and 80's, and , often to my dismay, family seemed to be the main focus of everyone in my immediate vicinity. And on these frequent occasions, the men would sit watching frigging sports and the women would be off in the kitchen cooking something to clog our veins. It made me sick to my stomach, the sports and the food. Not a good mix. It's like getting trashed on alcohol and then smoking a big fat joint; immediate and violent vomitting ensues, at least for me.

But this selfishness is essential to our well being. Selfishness breeds self reliance and ultimate responsibility. Being selfish does not mean that we do not experience love. In fact, the love is much more powerful because it has intent behind it. This love is not of convenience or lust (entirely) or money or mundane survival. Love by choice for the sake of loving. Lacking expection of a reward, this love transcends the spheres and helps us vibrate at a frequency with a resonance that let's us tap into the completeness of knowing our true selves and our place in the universe.

Not to be too cliche, but all roads lead to nowhere and their features and structure change based upon the conscious thought that is travelling them. The boundaries of the road define the route we can take and the experiences we can have along the way. Within the boundaries of the road to nowhere, we have many choices, but we never have an infinite amount of choices.