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Peppermint Patty rated it did not like it Jul 13, Dextrallorphan Dextromethorphan Dextrorphan Racemethorphan Racemorphan. Feb 13, Chantel rated it really liked it. In Lysergic, Coole Cole describes dole events that occurred in her life within the time period of to Cole had no experience with psychedelics when Skinner insisted she try MDMA, which turned out to be a life-changing journey for her and led her onto a psychedelic path.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I found Cole’s explanation of telepathic experiences to be very moving and aligned with my own experiences.
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This has always seemed kind of strange to me, seeing that I was the youngest one there. NeuroSoup is based upon principles of harm reduction and strives to educate people around the world on responsible drug use. Dec 25, Robert Jones rated it did not like it Shelves: Lysergic is the tale lsyergic Krystle Cole, a small-town Kansas girl looking for a way out of her stultifying midwestern misery. Not really, it was one month after the millennium.
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One can hope in the future for better-written and more complete chronicles of these events, but given the still repressive and stifling climate we continue to endure, one must be grateful for the gift of a book such as this.
In my mind, that is just a bust waiting to happen. Terrible editing, but it was a compelling look at spirituality and The Divine. It quite literally reads like an essay written by someone with at a middle school reading level.
Those two names might sound familiar. What was going on with you then? Apr 24, Sommer Wilder rated it liked it.
Those two men were leaders of an organization that manufactured massive amounts of LSD aka Lysergic acid diethylamide, thus the name of the book in an abandoned missile silo. To put it mildly, she Aficionados of the ultimate psychedelic may recall that acid got very hard to come by at the beginning of the 21st century.
Riley Kearney rated it it was amazing Apr 13, Marko Tomljanovic rated it really liked it Aug 14, I know you were just a naive girl from Kansas, but didn’t you think it was a little strange that Todd was living in a decomissioned missile silo when you met him? Really wonderful book, so thankful to have stumbled across it. Sometimes I felt that way, and now upon reflection I realize it to be true.
She describes the old missile silo that served as the manufacturing base. I wanted to, so badly, but I just can’t. How was it to be in the midst of a spiritual awakening as the lives of the people who had brought you into the fold were crashing down?
I was eighteen and Todd was thirty-five. In a way, we were above the law. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry.
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Through her work at NeuroSoup, Krystle strives to educate people around the world about lyserggic drug use for the purposes of harm reduction. The Lab was not in operation at his site. Lysergoc reasons to stop the production and sale of LSD were: Beyond this, I am probably most known for founding the NeuroSoup website and making drug educational videos on youTube.
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Lysergic by Krystle Cole
I was never taken to where it was operational. Ralph rated it liked it Dec 23, It had been moved to Todd’s for storage after it was broken down. Did you realize this was the end?
It’s the worst written book I have ever read. Managing to skate through it all with her freedom and sanity was quite a trick, but Krystle somehow lives to tell the tale, and what a tale it is.
It also has enhanced formatting and never-seen-before pictures from that time period. Did you ever stop to think the party would actually spin out of control and get ugly, or did Todd really have you convinced that everything was under control and you were all somehow above the law?