2017 ended very differently than it had started. The world I had known for years was no longer there. The future that I thought I was heading into was no more. In August of 2016, I was brought to the path of the Tower. This would be the beginning of a series of events that has caused a deep transformation within me.Through this initiation, conducted by a group of close ceremonial brothers and sisters, I began this new path. And while I am still piecing together different stories and different narratives surrounding this transition, I thought it good to explore more deeply how the Tower energy can manifest in one’s life.
I hope that by sharing this information on how to properly work with and administer rapé to yourself and others, we can begin to overcome the abuse of plant medicine through casual thought, something that is all too prevalent around the world. Once we are able to enter into the present moment and set an intention of healing, we can once again cultivate a healing relationship with one of the most powerful plant medicines on this plant.
What follows is the first of a series of posts I intend on doing over the coming year documenting my experiences supporting (and eventually partaking in) the Lakota Vision Quest. It is also a documentation of my experiences within the Eagle Condor Prophecy and how it stands to be the new myth we need to support the growing global consciousness that is emerging.
1. Winding, serpentine spirit, hide thy self under the face of the water. Holy water penetrate into the darkest of recesses, bending and arching over the earth. Release your muscular armor and raise thine awareness to a level of great sensitivity. 2. Sing! Sing! The pentagram sings! Holy star! Purifier of the elements! Sing! Sing!… Continue reading “Alquimia Vegetal “
One area of spiritual practice that is likely to be overlooked by the average psychonaut is the Qabalah. The Hermetic Qabalah in particular. Beyond the circles of underground occultists and chaos magicians, the Qabalah to many comes with a lot of religious baggage because of its associations with Jewish belief or, God forbid, pop culture. But what if the concept of the Tree of Life, that poetic structure of manifestation and creation of the universe that stands at the center of the Qabalah, were to be a fitting symbol for the psychedelic experience? I propose that it is indeed THE psychedelic symbol psychonauts and modern spiritualists are searching. It exists as both a philosophy and as a practical spiritual methodology the psychonaut can use to “know thyself.” From pathworking to astral projection, dream interpretation to creating art, the toolbox of the modern Qabalistic magician holds the keys to understanding and integrating the psychedelic experience.