Exploring the mysterious is the new subtitle of this letter.
I wrote about accessing the mysterious with Amazon forest shamans and their vomitive plant tea (my first stories); I wrote about drinking large cactus tea in Peru to see spirits in nature and talking to dead people using an “Inca Stargate.”
Let’s go to Mexico and try Hikuri, the beautiful little cactus used by the “Wixarika,” also known in Mexico as “Huicholes.” They are from the State of Nayarit. “Marakames” is what they call their medicine men. Hikuri is called “Peyote” and grows in Mexico and southwestern Texas.
The psychoactive cactus is known to have been used for at least 5,500 years for healing and rituals. The “Echinocactus williamsii,” first described in 1845 by western French botanist Charles Antoine Lemaire, is extremely slow-growing (8 to 20 years or more) and endangered. It has been overharvested, mainly due to the popularity of the books of Carlos Castaneda, which beautifully opens the gates to the supernatural.
I was fortunate to receive the initiation several times, meet the deer with blue blood, and receive powerful gifts and healings.
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