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Our Shared Lunar Heritage

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What did all of these very separate places and times all detect? Our shared celestial heritage. It was common knowledge to most ancient and indigenous cultures that the Moon controlled the tides of all moisture, including the sap, moisture, and nutrients in plants.

Folk herbalism, the occultic plant path, and astrological gardening cross over so often, that their individual lines of distinction are blurred almost beyond recognition.

Amanita Muscaria, otherwise known as Fly Agaric, is nearly ubiquitous in entheogenic use throughout the Mediterranean, various parts of Europe (especially noted in Celtic Druidic lore, and the idea of the Berserker Vikings), is likely the mysterious Soma mentioned in the Hindu Rig-Veda as well as in Iran, is associated with Agni the Vedic fire God, the Koryak of Siberia use it in shamanic ceremonies, the Mayans called Fly Agaric "kukulja" or thunder...

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