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  1. Skellium, Sure you can message me about the book.
  2. Skellum, Salvia may be undesirable as it can "take over" a blend of changa, so it becomes more of a salvia journey than a "changa" journey. FWIW, I came up with the word changa and innovated combining DMT with a blend of herbs containing a mixture of herbs and caapi vine. You can read the development of changa in my book Articulations and in Graham St John's book "Mystery School in Hyperspace: A cultural history of DMT"
  3. 5500 words of my analysis of this issue, including my submission to the TGA. http://julianpalmerism.com/why-is-dmt-illegal/
  4. What happened to the TGA? Did they get scared and go to ground on this issue? https://www.inverse.com/article/17643-australia-s-debate-on-ayahuasca-and-dmt-legalization-helps-psychedelic-research
  5. As they grow older, I'd say they will need support in the form of a stake of fencepost or something. I have seen them around 2-3 years old, where they get bent over and then trunk breaks, especially in a storm. This may be an issue even up to a few years of age. You can even see this bending over even in the young uns!
  6. Wot Uttar Garbadge. Crazy how the article ends with a teensy bit about a man called Greg Eaton gaining some benefit from DMT. This is quoted from a public post from his facebook. "For friends found by the Spirit Molecule: I was stunned to read my name at the very bottom of a sensationalist Australian click-bait story when I woke up this morning. The only reason I found this story was because it was positioned at #3 on news.com.au and I sometimes indulge in reading silly click-bait like this. Imagine my surprise to read a blurb about me in the article's conclusion. The author didn't even contact me to let me know she was running a story. I never heard of the author. I think why she mentioned me was that nearly four years ago, a *different* Queensland university journalism student contact me for an interview after watching a short Aya doco I put on Vimeo. Apparently that other student's interview with me got used by a different author (now 4 years later!) and for a different subject (before: Aya, now: the Spirit Molecule itself) in order to footnote this sensationalist rubbish. I Tweeted a couple annoyed remarks to the author and @newscomauhq. Although I didn't ask to be affiliated with this piece, and don't agree with its tone or content, I guess I'm happy that the words attributed to me are the only positive-sounding information in what is otherwise a scary-sounding, eye-rolling puff-piece of yellow journalism. I share this for *tabloid entertainment purposes only.* Almost all this story's content is inaccurate, needlessly sensational and melodramatic, incomplete, or misleading. The Spirit Molecule is already in us and pretty much all life forms on the planet, a key fact these articles ALWAYS leave out."
  7. Scratching your arse is also prohibited in section 5C49.2 of the Porcine Buttock ACT in NSW. But also, scratching your arse is legal if you happen to be be upside down in an Uber actually using the app at the time, though it may effect your rating on the Uber app, but don't quote me on that!
  8. Do we live in North Korea or South Korea? I honestly can't see Australian courts sending ayahuasca people to jail. Also, if there is a court case, it will give us a chance to publicise this issue further. This proposed amendment has already gained some media publicity which I will announce here when the time is right :-) Decriminalisation is the only sensible way forward, and the 1st step there is to decriminalise plants that are used in a context of healing, rather than just recreatioally.
  9. We are going to put audio up of the talk at some point! :-)
  10. Yeah, we are going to record the audio for sure.
  11. James W. Jesso and Julian Palmer in Conversation. For one night only, these two authors talk about what they believe are the most salient issues and topics involved when discussing the serious and conscious ingestion of psychedelics. Be prepared to be engaged and entertained in an evening of fresh, insightful dialogue and discussion hitting on vital areas related to this most compelling topic. Conversation goes for 1 hour or so, with an hour of Q & A and then book signings. James will be signing copies of his books “Decomposing the Shadow” and “The True Light of Darkness” while Julian will be signing copies of the 3rd Edition of “Articulations: On The Utilisation and Meanings of Psychedelics” Thursday 17th of March, 8pm-11pm. Rooftop Room, Northcote Town Hall, Melbourne, Australia. Limited $20 entry on the door. Doors open 7.40pm for an 8pm start.
  12. oh yeah, thanks for the heads up. I shall put the new section on mushrooms in the TOC on the web site.
  13. THEY spend far too much money on watching US.
  14. You can order it from me now, as I am back in the country and can sign copies :-)
  15. I wouldn't know where to point you to how to deal with these beings... some people just have a natural knack I find.