The towers of Napier

The church tower of Napier in South Africa is for many people less interesting than the towering San Pedro Cactus in the foreground. Wikipedia: -The San Pedro of Echinopsis pachanoi has a long history of being used in Andean traditional medicine. Archeological studies have found evidence of use going back two thousand years, to Moche culture. Although …

Shaman only

This is a flowering Lophophora williamsii; better known as the peyote cactus. In Mexican tradition only a shaman is allowed to use (chew) the dried slices of this cactus to enhance his visions. In fact this cactus has hallucinating properties comparable with mescaline/LSD (Read Aldous Huxley: Doors of Perception). The last time I was in Texas …

A bit of a psychedelic Sunrise in our garden.

No; I did not use any of these: Mescaline, LSD, Opium, Heroine, Cocaine, Tik or Extasy, etc.. Just PsCS6 (for the connaisseur…. 🙂 )