Expand your conciousness

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Have you ever taken magic mushrooms?  If not, why not?  Man talks on megaphone outside The Famous Cock pub.  Old Bill shows up.  The drama unfolds.

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20 Responses to “Expand your conciousness”

  1. NPP says:

    Yes.

    Love it.

  2. Aldous says:

    I think they’re Old Blunkett’s Bobbies and not Old Bill’s but I can’t be 100% sure due to image quality. They’re also referred to as Plastic Cops due to their almost total lack of Orwellian police power and authority – their powers (of arrest) are those of any British Citizen, I mean Despicable Queen’s Subject and Minion lol. Here’s HM’s despicable fifth cousin twice removed via a b’stard bloodline: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BzKf1wlIQAAtoHu.jpg

    From the Backstabber:
    Blunkett’s blistered bobbies: PCSOs moan about sore feet… because they have to walk the streets

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2115662/David-Blunketts-blistered-bobbies-PCSOs-moan-sore-feet-beat.html

    Anyway, I’m sure they’re talking about phasing them out because Blunkett must have been blind not to realise the idea was a recipe for total failure.

    This next clip involving more Blunkett’s Cops from 2008 is a real eye opener and no, you haven’t been teleported to North Korea which is far more liberal than the UKSR when it comes to filming a high street.

    You Can’t Picture This 6:08

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjS9L5BVAl8

  3. Jennifer says:

    I have indeed. Very pleasant and interesting, but always able,alert and in control of the situation – unlike the toxic, brain-poison which is alcohol.

    • Aldous says:

      Hi Jennifer. I’m assuming your post was possibly written in sarcasm?
      Yes you’re right, the Demon Drink has an awful lot to answer for.
      It killed my wife’s Mum and Dad who were 97 and 99 respectively when they popped their clogs.
      My 60 Senior Service Capstan Full strength unfiltered cigarettes and bottle of blended whiskey a day Mum-in-Law was a full time Brain Surgeon right up until her untimely death, while my Dad-in-Law was a 100 a day Player’s Weights and 10 pints a day Test Pilot before retiring a year before his death.(Sarcasm written under the influence of psilocybin mushrooms )

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psilocybin_mushroom#Legality

      Legal status of psilocybin mushrooms
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_status_of_psilocybin_mushrooms

      If it’s natural and illegal, the chances are that it may well be good for you. That’s my rule of thumb.

      • Jennifer says:

        Aldous, how dare you, I am never sarcastic, it’s just my face. I think you owe me a gin and tonic.
        I am in favour of most mind altering substances, as it’s all unreal anyway, so why not be ahead of the game?
        And my rule of thumb is that real ale and good wine should be counted as part of the five a day – so long as you don’t count whole bottles as one.

    • sovereigntea says:

      Commonly known as “liberty caps” hmmm wonder why the PTB dont want people to take them ?

      Might people see past Plato’s media cave and break the spell ?

      Might people cure migraine with a one time application ?

      Might people recover from brain injuries better than with big pharma’s snake oil ?

      That said might a greedy picker take too many and wish that they hadn’t ?

      A cautious and respectful approach is recommended.

      • Jennifer says:

        Yes, Sovereigntea, I quite agree – ‘a cautious and respectful approach is recommended’. I am dismayed at how these once sacred plants and substances are regarded as merely a partying, recreational buzz, for getting off one’s head on – whether it’s alcohol, cannabis, shrooms etc.
        As usual, these very special substances are debased and abused, and are very far removed from the sacred, ritualistic, insightful, role they once had.
        I do have one question, if anyone can answer, where does all the heroin that is supposedly produced by the CIA in Afghanistan actually go? I don’t know anyone who has ever used heroin – there doesn’t seem to be junkies lying around every street corner. The papers don’t mention it, whereas all the synthetic, ‘legal highs’ are always in the news. Is the world full of secret junkies?
        Crystal meth and crack cocaine seem to be the root of many crimes and social problems in the world. But where does all the heroin end up – outside of it’s legal medical use? I recall that some time ago it was said that diamorphine would be in short supply because of the Taliban destroying the poppyfields. Is the heroin trade related to the medical trade/ cancer industry in some back-door way?

      • sovereigntea says:

        You dont see it because the world of smack tends to be insular and secretive.

        Re Afghan heroin you could plot the flight paths of Global Hawk drones which have a payload capacity or look at air traffic destined for Camp Bondsteel, John sang like a canary McCain may know about precursor chemicals. The Taliban caused a dip in supplies which led to opium poppies being cultivated in the UK for “medical purposes”. Ironically you can grow a garden full or even acres of opium poppies legally in the UK but not pot … go figure. The papers dont mention it other than to all be dead set against decriminalisation because the vermin that control the illigal drugs trade and excess profits gained as a result are the same evil vermin that control the media.

        CIA + Corrupt Banks = HEROIN TRADE

        Murdoch and others especially the Daily Mail play the role of Satans little helpers steering the public clear of calling for legalisation.

        http://www.constantinereport.com/the-cias-rupert-murdoch-ted-shackley/

      • sovereigntea says:

        Request for McCain Investigation for Narcotics Trafficking and War Crimes

        By Kadir A. Mohmand on October 23, 2015
        To the Honorable Johnny Isakson, U.S. Senator
        Chairman of the Senate Ethics Committee
        220 Hart Building
        United States Senate
        Washington, D.C. 20510

        The Main Reasons the United States Invaded Afghanistan are to Control the Rare Earth Elements (REEs), Geopolitical, because Afghanistan is the Heart of Central Asia and to Control the Narcotics; U.S. War Profiteers Continue the War and Occupation to Continue Their Profits

        Dear Chairman Isakson:

        I strongly believe that the Senate Ethics Committee needs to investigate whether or not Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, has conflict of interest problems because his wife, Mrs. Cindy Hensley McCain’s businesses profit from the war in Afghanistan. In addition, it has been reported by Afghan media, Afghan individuals and other western media that intelligence services such as the CIA and MI6 are involved in the drug trafficking in Afghanistan.

        http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/10/23/378169/

  4. Aldous says:

    Londoners must feel so much safer knowing that they are being watched all the time by the Met & Co?

    Across London, these posters http://www.samizdata.net/~pdeh/Big_Brother_is_watching_sml.jpg can be seen telling us all that we are ‘Secure beneath The Watchful Eyes’ of the Metropolitan Police. I cannot tell you how much better that makes me feel. The imagery is pure 1930’s/1940’s and conjures up the ‘Golden Age of Totalitarianism’.

    http://www.samizdata.net/2002/10/big-brother-is-watching-not-in/
    (includes comments well worth reading)

    • Nicky says:

      Hi Aldous. You may not be aware that one of the links attempts to run scripts from Gravatar.com for a form of image sharing purposes upfront.
      Recommend searching “Gravatar issues” .
      You quite possibly will wish to find a way to deal with the issues raised.
      One way is to block the culprits running scripts in your browser after visiting any site that utilise there facilities, and still get to see the page visited, with the dodgey bits blocked.
      There are well thought of add ons for the firefox browser specifically designed to elect suspect sites/servers/addresses to run no script.

      Strange article, very short. No links to elsewhere.

  5. Jennifer says:

    PS – I mistook the pub sign for ‘The Famous Cook’ and I thought of Jamie Oliver for some reason. Same difference.

  6. ian says:

    Yes I tried MM and had strange visuals. Interesting. A friend’s girlfriend , now his wife took some and cried for three days and required medical assistance. not all good.

    • sovereigntea says:

      Alas it is likely that she took too many perhaps in the wrong circumstances. I recall a couple of people from my misspent youth that had similar experiences one never came back from the ID.
      Location is everything something like a busy shopping centre would be ill advised whereas sitting round a campfire in the woods with friends and good music would be ideal.

  7. Aldous says:

    OK, I’m expanding my consciousness with MM’s and it seems to be working. I’ve never been able to say the word Barracuda until now, always saying Baccaruda instead. It’s a psychological speech impediment and the MM’s have fixed it. Here, let me show you:

    Summer Fun – The Barracudas 3:16
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoIpkmSipuk

  8. Lynn says:

    Lol Aldous !! You have such a way with words. You would be dangerous on M&MS.

  9. sovereigntea says:

    By Kadir A. Mohmand on October 23, 2015
    To the Honorable Johnny Isakson, U.S. Senator
    Chairman of the Senate Ethics Committee
    220 Hart Building
    United States Senate
    Washington, D.C. 20510

    The Main Reasons the United States Invaded Afghanistan are to Control the Rare Earth Elements (REEs), Geopolitical, because Afghanistan is the Heart of Central Asia and to Control the Narcotics; U.S. War Profiteers Continue the War and Occupation to Continue Their Profits

    Dear Chairman Isakson:

    I strongly believe that the Senate Ethics Committee needs to investigate whether or not Senator John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, has conflict of interest problems because his wife, Mrs. Cindy Hensley McCain’s businesses profit from the war in Afghanistan. In addition, it has been reported by Afghan media, Afghan individuals and other western media that intelligence services such as the CIA and MI6 are involved in the drug trafficking in Afghanistan.
    more
    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/10/23/378169/

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