Hence Caddles, one of the giant children, is denied a proper education by a rigid clergyman, and grows up in a state of imbecilic innocence. He finally breaks out of this and travels to London causing havoc, desperately asking the smaller Londoners what they are for, before he is tragically killed by the authorities. However, the greater problem lies with the Children who have absorbed the foodstuff.
- “By Jove!” said Mr. Bensington, straining his stomach over the arm-chair with a patient disregard of the habits of this convenience, and then, finding the pamphlet still out of reach, he went down on all fours in pursuit.
- If you can access it and get it, do not hesitate to buy it.
- It’s estimated at least 10 million people were brought across the Atlantic.
- In the past 10 years, there has been a kind of renaissance in psychedelics research, led by Roland Griffiths at John Hopkins University.
- It might take a few times to get into it, but you’ll come away with a very interesting perspective.
To me it makes perfect sence that mankinds consciousness could of been expanded via the medium of easily available hallucinogens, especially considering the ancient cultures that still imbibe as means of spiritual development. In fairness, when I went looking for any actual research into the evolution of the human brain, I found the shelves surprisingly bare. If you know of any good resources on this topic, feel free to leave them in the comments. Early hominids were known to have used magic mushrooms, and given that they are grown on cattle droppings, it makes sense that there would be some co-evolution beginning around the time cattle were domesticated. The greatest books I’ve ever read on the subject of drugs, evolution and culture. I’ve thought a a lot about some of the ideas McKenna shares in this book, but this book brought it all together.
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Compared to persuasive, organized, well researched, non fiction books, Food of the Gods is a pile of trash. He also recommended, and often spoke of taking, what he called “heroic doses”, which he defined as five grams of dried psilocybin mushrooms, taken alone, on an empty stomach, in silent darkness, and with eyes closed. He believed that when rime food taken this way one could expect a profound visionary experience, believing it is only when “slain” by the power of the mushroom that the message becomes clear. In 1985, McKenna founded Botanical Dimensions with his then-wife, Kathleen Harrison. The 19-acre (7.7 ha) botanical garden is a repository containing thousands of plants that have been used by indigenous people of the tropical regions, and includes a database of information related to their purported healing properties. McKenna was involved until 1992, when he retired from the project, following his and Kathleen’s divorce earlier in the year.
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Both would have been so advantageous in dealing with our skeptical world, except that sometimes the naivety of pure faith is one of the requirements to access Level 3 of the field of Divine Nutrition. Perhaps too much intellectual knowledge may bind the door of our heart. When I first became public with my experiential research in the ‘Level 3’ field of Divine Nutrition, people said that my naivety protected me and in retrospect I think it’s true, for faith allows many to surf the waves of life unaware of the resistance that lies beneath the tides of change.
As it is, Bensington makes the misjudgement of experimenting with his Food on chickens in a farm ran by the slatternly Skinners. The chickens grow to extraordinary proportions, but the carelessness of the Skinners causes the Food to be left exposed. Soon the local community is fighting giant rats, wasps and earwigs, as well as the enlarged local flora. It was enjoyable, but I would have found it much more interesting were it written at greater length and in more detail. The food of the gods has aged much better than some of H.
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