Text is entirely in Spanish.
Colin explains with the help of experts on the subject such as John Allegro, Jordan Maxwell and Terence Mc Kenna how the amanita mushroom, the Smurf mushroom has been influential in the creation of myths and religions: -from Santa Claus- to Christianity- Hinduism and Islam-even Alice in Wonderland. All of them, Christmas and Easter, are based on the manna of the Jews and ancient shamans: the fly agaric or fly swatter. The fly agaric has always been a magic mushroom of myths and legends. The main body of a fungus is made up of a network of fibrils that look similar to the miniaturized roots of a tree. To do this, it forms an “egg”, or agglomerate of hyphae, which, under the right stimulus, will experience a brutal and vertiginous erection to give rise to a mushroom. Brutal, because the proportions of the member are hundreds of times greater than those of the egg, and vertiginous, because from night to day the fruit sprouts from “nothing”. Hence the expression “they proliferate like mushrooms”, and hence also the myth that mushrooms are the result of a lightning strike during a storm. But it has nothing to do with lightning – with storms, that’s another story. The explanation is that the mushroom is already fully formed inside the egg, and all it does is swell its water cells. Something parallel to when the blood floods the cavernous bodies of the penis. A full-fledged erection.
Authors: Rivas, Colin; with McKenna, Terence; & Wasson, R. Gordon
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