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  1. Flux

    The Politics of Awe

    ATTENTION - DOORS OPEN AT 12:00 for a 12:30 sharp start --- (not 2:00 PM as advertised here)
  2. Flux

    The Politics of Awe

    Don't miss the next Australian Psychedelic Society-Sydney event - it's going to be a good one It is our pleasure to present the eruditely-outspoken David Nickles as well as several local speakers (a couple some of you may recognise from here). The afternoon will be focussed on DMT, Ayahuasca and how psychedelics in general fit into our cultural focus on DMT, Ayahuasca and how psychedelics intersect with modern Western sociocultural, political and economic contexts. Visit the Facebook page to let us know your interested a/or going: https://www.facebook.com/events/2011842615788038/?active_tab=about Sunday 19th May 2019 from 14:00-18:00 Mothership Studios, 18 Sydney street, Marrickville Tickets $25
  3. Hi Kindness, Having had decades of experience with opiates, including these substitution programs...and being a fan of Kratom, I would say Kratom is going to have a hard time staving off the full withdrawal effect fo methadone at 40mg (depends how long you've been on too..if only a few months you'll have it easy). Kratom will only fill the Mu Opiate receptor (same one that Suboxone works on) but leave the primary Delta opiate receptor still empty and thirsty. I think if you moved to Suboxone (but keep tapering down after stabilising) and then to Kratom the transition would be easier. You'll want Red strains and probably need to dose every hour or two. happy to chat further if that helps,' cheers, Flux
  4. Flux

    Happy Wattle Day!

    After a visit to Doorigan on Sunday, I am deeply saddened to report to members here that some ignorant fool has been chopping down trees and stripping bark from this most magnificent species in this sacred place !!! As we all know, this is needless destruction (for so many reasons) - and some of these trees were perhaps only cut down only a week ago (as they still had full flowers on the tips) This is serious damage and angers me to the core !!! I am not sure how to proceed from here, but feel perhaps a post to the DMT NEXUS-Australia page and some other DMT facebook groups might at least educate some people or even better target the ones who did this (or might consider doing it in the future) as we do not want them returning--ever ! It seems they had enough 'information' to be aware this location and species but NOT the fact that bark is not just unnecessary but actually less 'productive' I can only hope the DMT/Courtii spirit taught them a brutally harsh lesson and they will not return ...ever !!!
  5. Great to see a good rep from the usual Sydney SAB crew at the last event The best way to stay up to date with events in Sydney (and we have some great speakers and newly released films this year !) is to sign up to our mailing list: You can do this simply by filling in your email here: https://psychedelicsociety.us14.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=543c0c0d6e31f0f994a287a84&id=89e3b156a8&fbclid=IwAR2CeS5OOGdU8pAcf3iKQRXsQK92J2BnEvehCGzslSj8jOYuTC--M595IVw Hope to see you all at the Bicycle Day Celebrations in 2 weeks (tickets selling fast and limited seats so get them now): https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/bicycle-day-with-the-aps-sydney-tickets-59213839187?fbclid=IwAR0NceEVLH-_NPBPC7HpZaxZi5I5QTAcgg_6EyMk79osdHKN_Rf_VPFAlrw cheers, Flux
  6. Flux

    Bicycle Day - Sydney

    Absolutely correct my astute friend...yeh Venues were mostly closed on Good Friday or wanted a fortune for hire !
  7. Flux

    Bicycle Day - Sydney

    Great you can make it Glaukus Get a ticket early as it only seats 80 (which is less than we had turn out last Sunday)
  8. Flux

    Bicycle Day - Sydney

    Come join the Australian Psychedelic Society-Sydney for an afternoon of expert talks on LSD and a screening of the film, The Sunshine Makers as we celebrate 'Bicycle Day' 2019. WHAT IS BICYCLE DAY? Bicycle Day celebrates the first day in which LSD was purposefully ingested - April 19th, 1943. On this day, the chemist, Albert Hoffman ingested what he thought to be a small dose, before riding his bicycle home. Since this day, LSD has forged an influential place in the history of Western culture. SPEAKERS Dr Tom Roberts (via Skype): A veteran of the psychedelic world, Tom is a founding member of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, a cofounder of the Council on Spiritual Practices and the International Transpersonal Association, originated the Rising Researcher conference sessions, and launched the celebration of Bicycle Day. Tom promotes the legal adaptation of psychedelics for multidisciplinary cultural uses, primarily their academic and spiritual implications. He formulated Multistate Theory (2013) coined Singlestate Fallacy, Mindapps, Neurosingularity, Metaintelligence, and Ideagen, and he named and characterised the Entheogen Reformation (2016). Dr Vince Polito: A post doctoral research fellow at Macquarie University, Sydney. Vince will be talking about his recently published study on the effects of microdosing psychedelics. Dr Dean Wright: Cofounder of the APS with a background in Neuroscience and psychology. Dean will be talking about the neuroscientific underpinnings of how LSD alters consciousness. FILM SCREENING: THE SUNSHINE MAKERS is a documentary film following underground chemists Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully who manufactured a massive amount of LSD in the 1960s while staying one step ahead of the law. WHERE 107 Projects, Redfern WHEN 12pm-5pm, Saturday 20th April TICKETS $20 - Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/bicycle-day-with-the-aps-sydney-tickets-59213839187?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing
  9. Flux

    Seeking a nice kuripe for rape' or snuff

    https://www.etsy.com/market/kuripe_applicator
  10. Flux

    Seeking a nice kuripe for rape' or snuff

    I've seen some amazing ones on Etsy
  11. Dr Monic Gagliano, PhD has kindly donated a copy of her book 'Thus Spoke The Plant' for the Sydney-APS to give away at this Sunday's event. We will draw one Eventbrite ticket holder at random... so get your tickets now; $15 from: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-shaman-the-scientist-with-dr-monica-gagliano-tickets-58254563969 After our screening of the award-winning short film The Shaman & The Scientist', Monica will be giving a presentation with a Q&A about own journey with Amazonian plant medicines and the lesson's they offered her. Monica will also be discussing her fascinating research, seeking to understand the behaviour and communication of plants. Check out here book here: https://www.penguin.com.au/books/thus-spoke-the-plant-9781623172435
  12. Flux

    The Shaman & The Scientist - Sydney

    Bumping- - - Next Saturday everyone
  13. Flux

    ☽Footsteps along the Acacial avenue..⚡The Amazing AustralAcacian highway path to WattleB Grove☾

    Loving the pics ☽Ţ ҉ĥϋηϠ₡яღ☯ॐ€ðяئॐ♡Pϟiℓℴϟℴ Those Courtii look like Middle brother to me... which seem to have longer narrower phyllodes compared to North brother Also the Floribunda has the thin phyllode form of the domestic species (which are a lot shorter) but also the length of the wild type though (generally longer and broader)...when it flowers the difference is more discernible too- with domestic having shorter yellower flowers and the wild type having longer, whiter and denser flowers. Keep up the spreading of that acacia magic
  14. The Entheogenic Garden was one of the highlights for me for sure...just a great panel of speakers and fascinating conversation
  15. Flux

    The Shaman & The Scientist - Sydney

    Thanks Ronny, Also as the first APS-Sydney event for 2019, it will be a good opportunity for new members to meet the community and for everyone to hear about the other exciting events we have planned for the year. Also commenting to bump this post
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