lördagen den 14:e juli 2012
Haoma the hallucinogenic drink
Haoma was a hallucinogenic, often dispersed in wine or eaten by bulls whose urine the Zoroastrians then drank to enjoy the hallucinogenic effects without having to vomit first (the bulls vomitted for them). Guess then why man and bull became a whole practice on its own: Mithraism. Contemporary Zoroastrianism is merely a bland theater, the acts without the underlying reasons for the acts. Empty. Ushta Alexander 2012/7/14 Parviz Varjavand
I had a fantastic recipe for making Homa, but since you loathe Homeopathy with a vengeance, I will not share it with you. How about Vine? I consider that to be the best homeopathic remedy for depression that I have come across. Do you partake of vine?
Next, Science then is the art of measuring fantasy to see which one is less of a fantasy and which one is more of a fantasy. So "Fantasy, Fantasy, all is Fantasy", is that the catch phrase of the new Mazdayasna since nothing is really reality?