Now this guy has the story straight! go to the link and look at this gallery of amazing places on me. It’s time to make more places like this on me and focus on the solutions and love and joy! You humans can do it!
GRAHAM HANCOCK is the author of the major international bestsellers The Sign and The Seal, Fingerprints of the Gods, and Heaven’s Mirror. His books have sold more than five million copies worldwide and have been translated into 27 languages. His public lectures, radio and TV appearances, including two major TV series for Channel 4 in the UK and The Learning Channel in the US – Quest For The Lost Civilisation and Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age – have put his ideas before audiences of tens of millions. He has become recognised as an unconventional thinker who raises controversial questions about humanity’s past.
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Hancock’s early years were spent in India, where his father worked as a surgeon. Later he went to school and university in the northern English city of Durham and graduated from Durham University in 1973 with First Class Honours in Sociology. He went on to pursue a career in quality journalism, writing for many of Britain’s leading newspapers including The Times, The Sunday Times, The Independent, and The Guardian. He was co-editor of New Internationalist magazine from 1976-1979 and East Africa correspondent of The Economist from 1981-1983.
In the early 1980’s Hancock’s writing began to move consistently in the direction of books. His first book (Journey Through Pakistan, with photographers Mohamed Amin and Duncan Willetts) was published in 1981.
It was followed by Under Ethiopian Skies (1983), co-authored with Richard Pankhurst and photographed by Duncan Willets , Ethiopia: The Challenge of Hunger (1984), and AIDS: The Deadly Epidemic (1986) co-authored with Enver Carim. In 1987 Hancock began work on his widely acclaimed critique of foreign aid, Lords of Poverty, which was published in 1989. African Ark (with photographers Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith) was published in 1990.
Now here is the wiki on this little root – and again – let’s get a conversation started about this!
AyahuascaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThis article is about the psychoactive brew. For the vine, see Banisteriopsis caapi. For other uses, see Ayahuasca (disambiguation).
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Ayahuasca (usually pronounced /ˌaɪjəˈwæskə/ or /ˌaɪjəˈwɑːskə/), also commonly called yagé (/jɑːˈheɪ/), is a psychedelic brew made out of Banisteriopsis caapi vine alone or in combination with various plants. It is either mixed with the leaves of dimethyltryptamine (DMT)containing species of shrubs from the genus Psychotria or with the leaves of the Justicia pectoralis plant which does not contain DMT. The brew, first described academically in the early 1950s by Harvard ethnobotanist Richard Evans Schultes, who found it employed for divinatory and healing purposes by the native people of Amazonian Peru, is known by a number of different names (see below).
It has been reported that some effects can be felt from consuming the caapi vine alone, but that DMT-containing plants (such as Psychotria) remain inactive when drunk as a brew without a source of monoamine oxidase inhibitor(MAOI) such as B. caapi. How indigenous peoples discovered the hallucinogenic properties of the plants used in the ayahuasca brew remains unclear. Many indigenous Amazonian people say they received the instructions directly from plants and plant spirits.
This is what happens when you pollute me and I get bad gas!
This is what happens when you drill the hell out of me! You’re turning me into cheese, people!
Because I am STILL pissed off about the way you people are treating me! New Years resolution #1 … Be nice to ME!
I know what they saw. That was my first husband. What a putz. All he does is circle and complain.
Well, this took you people long enough to figure out.
It wasn’t Korea, it was ME!
Aren’t my twins awesome?
This is what I was made for!
This summer I completed the Spider Meadows, Buck Creek pass Loop in the Glacier Peak Wilderness. The hike was simply astounding.
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Time, time, time. All I have is time. And you humans come and go in the blink of an eye, but what a mess you leave behind. Really now. Time may be relative, but your pollution isn’t. It’s time to clean up your act and stop worrying about time. You’re running out of it! So what are you going to do about it? I say Clean Up Your Act Already!
Time, time, time. All I have is time. And you humans come and go in the blink of an eye, but what a mess you leave behind! Really now. Time may be relative, but your pollution isn’t. It’s time to clean up your act and stop worrying about time. You’re running out of it! So what are you going to do about it? I say Clean Up Your Act Already! Get busy this year in 2015 and do something to make me better and make you better. Go hug a tree! Hug your neighbor! Hug a stranger! And for chicken’s sake, don’t try to hug a cop because they might mistake your arms for guns and shoot you! Now, stop punching the clock and start smelling my flowers. What’s a matter with you people already? Stop complaining all over me. And by the way, time is on my side.
This debate comes up every time a human watches a time travel movie: Is the timeline fixed, or is it constantly changing depending on what we do? Turns out that this is also an argument among physicists, some of whom believe the passage of time is illusion — while others view it as very real, and changing all the time.
The scientists aren’t debating time travel exactly, though it does come up. Instead, some are arguing that all events in time exist simultaneously, and we humans with our sad little linear, biological lives simply have an illusion that we are moving forward through events that are always already happening. Other physicists believe that time is, in fact, unfolding in real time — which means that we are changing the future all the time. Maybe physical laws themselves are even changing.
You see me one way, but this is how I see myself.
You people always said you wanted to see “God.” Happy New Year! Here I am.
What if you’re sitting on me?
What if you’re drinking me?
What if you’re swimming in me?