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Title : Joe Rogan - Santa Claus Was a Mushroom!
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I love joe.who woulda thought when he was on an early sitcom he was this cool.id love to meet and hang with him..I dnt dare to trip .I tried once and didn't eat enough to get high tho..my cousin scarfed em all then I was a babysitter for him and his wife ..so fun huh. Wonder why we dont hang out anymore....wait no I dnt lol
Amanita Muscaria can be processed and won't be toxic and provides an elated experience like a viking berserker. Or you can drink elk piss after they eat it in the good old fashioned way and get the same effects. Or one person eats it and gets the high with the vomiting and you drink their piss. I vote processing it.
indigenous peoples tribe have been told to drink the urine of reindeer who ate mushrooms: the drug in the fungus is excreted in the urine in large quantities, but the concentration of toxic substances is still low. According to the tradition of the Inari reindeer Sámi, Lapinnoids and drumsticks used fly fungi. The Soma ritual drink mentioned in the ancient Indian scriptures of Rigveda is suspected to have been made from red fly agaric. Fly fungus has also been used as a fly and lute venom by dissolving it in milk.
The amanita muscaria contains muscamol which is the drug that all benzodiazepines (xanax) are patterned after. It doesn't work like other magic mushrooms and can be deadly if not processed correctly.
The confusion between psilocybin mushrooms and amanita kills people. Be careful and do your research.
The reason the amanita is associated with Santa clause is becuase of the Saami. They're the oldest indigenous tribe in Europe and they're related to Siberian indigenous tribes. Thier winter solstice practice includes the wealthiest member putting on thier brightest red and blue fancy clothes and hitching up the reindeer to take them around handing out presents.
That practice is ten thousand years old. Even the curly toed shoes and belled hats santas elves have come from Saami tradition.
They would also brew a tea out of the amanita for the solstice. The tea creates a feeling of being drunk without the hangover of alcohol. Thats why being drunk about it is such a big part of yule and subsequently Christmas traditions.
The guest isnt buying, feeling or syncing with the jolly ol’SantaNic mushroom tales. curious how the claws and slayings tie into the rest of the overwhelming correlations between chimneys, amanita mushrooms, reindeer, red nosed reindeer flying (Deer leaning down nose in the red shrooms), Amanita growing neath pine trees aka christmas trees, north pole aka Siberia where they are found, also north pole is an opening to the inner earth and much more, reindeer aka caribou are amanita mushroom fiends and will suck you off docking with your cock to get that sweet treat that cant be beat out or off, liquid gold pre processed the living things digestive potency power multiplying magnifying process. The more you recycle it through then capture fracture and imbue amazment each time better than the last. who knew? the who down in who ville be who.
Somewhere, Joe mentioned that Reindeers have been known to kick people to get to their urine when they smell the psychedelic present, could it be that that's what "Grandma got ran over by a reindeer" is all about ? Could it be that this "Grandma" (Maybe a shaman?) Had this psychedelic(forgot the name of it) in her urine, and when the reindeer sniffed it out, he "ran over" grandma to get to the urine, which has the psychedelic present...
The origins of the fruit of the tree has roots in a tribe of Hebrews that moved into Mesopotamia. Very common was the tail of, the Epic of Gilgamesh. A tale about a king that wanted to live for ever after having a very full life. He went on a journey to find the fruit of the tree. Once he did find it at the base of apple trees he picked it and fell asleep. Wolves came and stole the fruit and he had none.
The fruit of the tree allowed you to, see what gods could see, and do what gods could do.
The heads of the Hebrew tribe used this story in part to keep there tribesman in line with a similar story. A store about the first two humans arriving in gods garden. And what was his rule? Do not eat the fruit of the tree?
And there we have the first anti drug program to keep people in line. Why because the tribe was exiled and landed and welcomed there. Folks took on some of the local custom and started drifting away from the tribe. So what every good religion dose is scare away there flock from those others bad dealings. And back to the flock.
And in India it is common the priest would eat the mushrooms and pee into a container. And passed around to others to experience the now cleaned and filtered Muscaria.
I am in no way experienced or saying to try any of the mushroom world. Not my thing and too dam dangerous for me.
Dry the hats and make tee on it. Take 4 or 5 big ones and let them simmer in water fore an hour. Eat the hats thats left too for maximum effect. Its real nice and relaxing! A bit psychedelic. You feel great. And the effects last for hours! You will feel normal in a few days usually... try it! Its harmless! 🤤👍
Joe, I personally think those santa and reindeer is not part of the original teachings of Christianity/Jesus and were added later by some of its followers in certain region who likes mushrooms and get high. they incorporate the stories when they were high into the religion and over time/generations, people just accept it as part of Christianity.
also, I personally feel like none of the 3 major Abrahamic faith have anything to do with psychedelics experience. Only pagan religion and polytheist uses psychedelics as their source of "revelations".
I don't mean to disparage anyone trying to teach their kids about the origins of their food. I think every kid should be taken to a farm at some point, should be like a mandatory 2nd grade field trip. But I remember being a little kid and I definitely knew food came from sources other than the grocery store.