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- Thu, 28 May 2020 02:31:19 EST zns0MVsl No.903338
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19 hours later I emerged from the forest. I drank a cup around 10am and didn’t come walking back to the house until 5. Interesting trip. Feeling really appreciative to have the opportunity. Pic related, had to dig out 4 ticks. I have never fell so many times in my life. Each step I would fall over, trying to cling, close eyes, brace myself, all the while I am in a different world. Lost a shoe, was about a mile or more from the house. (Off grid) I had to go straight uphill to pop back up on the road and walked home. Can go into green text if anyone cares
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Wesley Fezzlespear - Thu, 28 May 2020 08:59:59 EST nC72LLIm No.903342 Reply
Did any spiritual wisdom or cool visions occur?
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Lillian Mazzleson - Thu, 28 May 2020 10:14:47 EST zns0MVsl No.903343 Reply
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>>903342
Op here, actually yes.. I do not remember the day time at all and from my tan apparently I was in the sun. I came two out in the woods, dark as can be.. no light. But what’s funny is at first, I *was* using my phone light to navigate. (It was in my car the whole time) I used it until it died. People would show up, and I would be happy and ask if they had their phone, or ask if they brought a flash light, and all would shake their head no and walk away.

I fell down cliffs, rolled down hills, fell on rocks, but all the while it was like my mission to get where I was going. I ended up at the end of a creek, smooth flat rocks with pools of water, I drank from the creek to get my dry mouth taken care of. I tried many times to follow the creek back, once I looked into things sober I would of never made it back that way since I was down and down. It’s funny, at one point laying there I pulled out my phone and saw on maps where I was. (Did not have my phone at all)

Again, pic related. The only thing I lost that night was a shoe, can see which one I lost lol
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Doris Brirringtotch - Thu, 28 May 2020 18:22:45 EST 4tUTTc+v No.903365 Reply
>>903338
was it hard to tell if you hallucinated those ticks or not?
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Emma Greenfield - Fri, 29 May 2020 04:13:10 EST 0ebQq8gv No.903372 Reply
>>903343

Like Chris McCandless's wacked out spiritual brother, cool
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Ernest Gomblebanks - Sat, 30 May 2020 18:42:43 EST zns0MVsl No.903406 Reply
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>>903365
Op back, internet is shotty here. The ticks I found almost 2 days later. I was stretching and noticed those little black specks were shooting out of my skin. What I wondered was, do you you think they were affected by the jimson weed in my blood?
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Ernest Gomblebanks - Sat, 30 May 2020 18:47:56 EST zns0MVsl No.903407 Reply
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>>903372
I take that as a compliment! Though, you have to wonder.. what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.
I live in a national forest, few of us own the property, 160 acres.. I am here. What ol chris didn’t know was, home is where you make it
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:06:23 EST 8+aTuuMM No.903433 Reply
>>903406
GOD DAMN SON, now that's a vision quest. Well, I have been ordained a mediciones or ayahuascero and I'm finally admitting that here. I just didn't think anyone would believe I was formally trained if I came forward but here goes. Take chamomile EO, holy basil EO, lavender EO and aloe mixed into a good soft lotion and rub that shut on those wounds to heal them, prevent infection, reduce swelling and promote blood flow. I know that pain and do what I say and it'll help a lot. Plus I've been pushing those things on here for harm reduction for a decade(and ginger+turmeric) now, but don't put turmeric on there because it thins blood. Unless you have varicose veins.
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Frederick Penningsit - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 07:43:07 EST ol3lKwZ/ No.903434 Reply
>>903433
> I've been pushing those things on here for harm reduction
what things? How are they meant to reduce harm?

Are you a board certified mediciones?
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Cyril Dazzlehood - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 11:20:50 EST zns0MVsl No.903439 Reply
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>>903433
OP here, thank you for that!
As of right now, the poison oak has set in all over and acting like it’s affecting me. Yeah I’ll scratch but I’m turning it into a meditation. 5 days later, my feet were still swollen and family were concerned with fluid still being in there. No rolled ankles, feet don’t hurt, I elevated them last night and one seems to have gone down. So much has come back to me from the trip by now as well. I will look into what you suggested, so far I have been using everything from neosporn, to aloe (from my plant), St. John’s wort. The ‘trip’ was mainly physical.. I found myself a mile down from the property, following the creek to where it came to an end. Large flat rocks, pools of water, had to be 330-4am. Moon was out, stars were going bonkers. 10/10 would do again, but would want to be put on a runner or something. Lock myself in the garden maybe.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 18:16:16 EST aE8OOC/Z No.903452 Reply
>>903434

>board certified mediciones

I was named shaman in my community by the people I was helping figure out ayahuasca so it would be more like ayahuascero, curendero, mediciones, and I'm not board certified but once named by society you can't be unnamed and you're ordained by the saints, the angels, the plants, and the Virgin. I'm not board certified as an EMT-EMT-b but I am fully trained because if you have certs the scope of practice prevents curendero work in the US. So I walked home from work for every day after my training 4 miles or more a day for two years feeding the homeless and poor as well as teaching harm reduction and wound dressing. I bought medicine and alcohol and distributed it widely while walking a total of 400 days at 4-6 miles a day.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 18:19:37 EST aE8OOC/Z No.903453 Reply
>>903452
Furthermore in the west practicing this is known as community paramedicine and it's fairly new. Sometimes it describing diet stuff, safe sex, medicine directions, all of the the other shit I said, and spending time with I'll/downtrodden(safe check). So I did all this with proper training having been named Shaman by many and studying under other for 10 years and having multiple semesters of college under my belt graduation at the top of my class.
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Frederick Penningsit - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 18:46:09 EST ol3lKwZ/ No.903455 Reply
>>903453
>having been named Shaman by many
Sounds pretty legit
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 21:15:12 EST aE8OOC/Z No.903461 Reply
>>903455
Thank you for recognizing me. Most don't believe or belittle me but I had to hunt in in university archives to verify this stuff and it's actually locked away. It took almost 10 years of constant study and as a cook I have 10 years of professional experience as well, while studying all this herbalism shaman stuff. I'm a good shaman and expect no money and demand only that you listen to your doctor and try to be happy. We fight greed, accept donations, cloth the naked, feed the poor, and continue our works again and again aginst all odds as we have for 30 thousand years now. I love you all and expect nothing in return except curiosity, help researching, and the chance to help.
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Beatrice Crebbledeck - Sat, 06 Jun 2020 10:43:58 EST zns0MVsl No.903575 Reply
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>>903461
So I went to the hospital to see if my body was normalizing, the experience there was hilarious. No one knew what ‘datura’ was off the top of their head/ when I would say jimson weed, they got suspicious. They did blood work and concluded that I had muscle tissue damage, course shot me up for tetanus, and on antibiotics for the tick bites and the damage taken. Pic related, after a couple days I went back in to a different doctor to see if those levels had gone down and my CK which was 1000+ is down to 200, and a couple other ones are significantly back to normal. A few of the nurses were genuinely curious of the experience and by now I have a few more details to the trip that I didn’t know about. Have gone back to the area, and tried looking for my shoe and other signs of me being there and it’s just so hard telling what happened.
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Delinquent - Mon, 08 Jun 2020 16:27:38 EST nSsvDstY No.903602 Reply
I would set myself on fire if I had ticks in me Jesus Christ
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Phyllis Favingwire - Mon, 08 Jun 2020 18:50:00 EST JrbQsxHP No.903605 Reply
>>903575
Would love to hear a full trip report sometime. I'm planning a first time datura trip similar to yours myself for this fall.

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