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Sunday, October 12th
2:56am

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Atsushi Sakai

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Atsushi Sakai

2:53am

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Francisco Clemente. Moon. 1980.

Francisco Clemente. Moon. 1980.

magictransistor:

Francisco Clemente. Moon. 1980.

Francisco Clemente. Moon. 1980.

Wednesday, October 1st

This drink is an herbaceous, spicy concoction of spirits that highlights the smokey, botanical expressions of Pierde Almas +9, the first Mezcal-Gin available in the U.S.A. Damiana is a sweet herbal liqueur native to Mexico that has a history as an aphrodisiac, a fine contrast with the morbidity of the cocktail. Ancho Reyes is a chili liqueur that adds heat and spice. Small Hands Foods is a San Francisco based company that creates a wonderfully tropical gum. Tempus Fugit, a local distiller and importer of historic spirits matches both the flavor profile, as well as the theme, “time is fleeting.” The name of the cocktail refers to Prohibition-era slang for dangerous moonshine, a.k.a. Coffin Varnish. This spirited elixir is made by the Living, but strong enough to be imbibed by the Dead.

Monday, January 6th
1:05pm

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1:03pm

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1931, Editions Jules Tallandier (scan)

1931, Editions Jules Tallandier (scan)

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1:00pm

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Time of the Season

Time of the Season

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12:58pm

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Grant WallaceMARS BROADCASTING

immortalmortal:

Grant Wallace
MARS BROADCASTING

12:57pm

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Shūji Terayama 

immortalmortal:

Shūji Terayama 

Thursday, July 19th
11:27am
11:27am

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11:26am

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Monday, October 17th
9:20pm

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Saturday, August 27th
4:07pm

Orson Welles.  Hurricane Tonight (Excerpt).

4:05pm

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Mugwort is also known as the Traveler’s Herb. It was popular among wizards during the times of king Arthur
Mugwort is most famous for it’s use as a “Dream” herb. It is known to enhance dreaming, both in sleep and in Shamanic Journeying and other trance work. It is said to enhance whatever level of dreaming one is developed in. For example, if one can not remember one’s dreams, Mugwort will enhance and help the individual to develop this. If one is at the next level of dreaming, cognitive dreaming: (being aware one is dreaming and being able to “manipulate” the dream at will) Mugwort will enhance this.
The final level is precognitive dreaming; dreaming of future events.
No matter what level one is dreaming Mugwort will help you to develop your abilities. But beware, for until you become proficient your dreams may, at first, be difficult to deal with. Don’t be discouraged; practice makes perfect. If you desire you might study under an experienced Dreamer or Shaman. Keeping a journal would be advantageous.
I have heard people say that their dreams become “techni-colored” after taking Mugwort.
Mugwort is also used as a Warding herb (to repel/banish) negative energies, entities/spirits, wild beasts, weariness.
Mugwort in your shoes will help keep your strength up in long walks and generally protect you during a journey (hence the name Traveler’s herb).

hopelessaccordion:

Mugwort is also known as the Traveler’s Herb. It was popular among wizards during the times of king Arthur

Mugwort is most famous for it’s use as a “Dream” herb. It is known to enhance dreaming, both in sleep and in Shamanic Journeying and other trance work. It is said to enhance whatever level of dreaming one is developed in. For example, if one can not remember one’s dreams, Mugwort will enhance and help the individual to develop this. If one is at the next level of dreaming, cognitive dreaming: (being aware one is dreaming and being able to “manipulate” the dream at will) Mugwort will enhance this.

The final level is precognitive dreaming; dreaming of future events.

No matter what level one is dreaming Mugwort will help you to develop your abilities. But beware, for until you become proficient your dreams may, at first, be difficult to deal with. Don’t be discouraged; practice makes perfect. If you desire you might study under an experienced Dreamer or Shaman. Keeping a journal would be advantageous.

I have heard people say that their dreams become “techni-colored” after taking Mugwort.

Mugwort is also used as a Warding herb (to repel/banish) negative energies, entities/spirits, wild beasts, weariness.

Mugwort in your shoes will help keep your strength up in long walks and generally protect you during a journey (hence the name Traveler’s herb).

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