Entheogens : Angel’s Trumpets

Hidden behind the facade of a beautiful flower; Datura, or as many call it Angel’s Trumpets lies a dangerous entheogen.

Angel’s Trumpets

How far would you go to escape reality and is it worth it? If you thought the Amanita Muscaria was sickening then you are in for a treat. This pretty flower is much more toxic or shall I say much more potent for the druggies out there. If you can get the dosage right you might just escape with a good time,but usually that is not the case. The wrong amount could actually stop your heart. Most people conclude that one experience is more than enough on this deceiving flower, either because of the side effects or because of the intense experience.

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Entheogens: Experiencing Magic Mushrooms – Part II

jesus shrooms

Many scholars link the Amanita Muscaria to Christianity

If you thought Psilocybe Mushrooms were magical, then you only know card tricks because the real magic comes from a much different mushroom. It is called Amanita Muscaria, also known as Fly Agaric. The mushroom is depicted throughout history, folklore, art, video games, religion and even Christmas. Aside from being in the kingdom of fungi, this mushroom has no relation to our trusty psilocybin mushrooms.

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Entheogens: Experiencing Magic Mushrooms – Part I

Drugs again? No not really. Not at all actually!

I’ll be a Golden Teacher today and let you in on a secret. The drugs we call drugs, the drugs we correlate with negativity all have one thing in common; they’re addictive.

What is addiction?

Addiction is being enslaved to a habit or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming to such an extent where cessation can cause trauma. As of now I have never heard of anyone being addicted to psilocybe mushrooms in my life. There are no addictive properties to it. Read more of this post

CandleMaker Movie Reviews: The Lost Boys (1987)

In a time where style is everything but original I awake a classic that hasn’t been sleeping all that much. Since the times are in love with vampires more than ever, I figure I start off with a real vampire movie, when cool was cool in the 80’s. Although I was born in 85′, I still had the taste of the 80’s stuck in my mouth well into the 90’s. Of course I welcomed it back with a big dose of nostalgia as well. Read more of this post

ZazenLife Exclusive Interview with KILLCODE

ZazenLife had the opportunity to go backstage and interview one of the most popular up and coming rock bands in New York City known as KILLCODE.

(Left to right) Chas, Erric, Tom

I’ve heard the saying, “Rock is Dead”  plenty of times and I’m sure you have too, but I assure you that out there, waiting to be found, are guys, girls and more than anything, BANDS, who definitely still rock.

Whether you like it or not, Killcode came to assure you it’s alive and well. Spreading the code first in Nueva York, or New York to we english speaking people.

I arrived to a vibrant, packed and sold-out show on March, 24th 2012 as the audience lingered around and the many bands passed their time on the stage about to be rocked by none other than the code, Killcode.I know before I go on all of you simpletons want to know “What do they sound like?” Read more of this post