• Jack Cummins
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    Yes, I do think that psychedelic experiences open up interesting perspectives of perception. I experimented briefly with a few substances. One of the best was a packet of morning glory seeds. The reason why I thought it was about the best was because I was able to function to the point where I was able to sketch the images I was seeing on the door. I could be tempted to try them again, but I got stomach ache for the night after taking them because they are coated in poison to deter people using them. I think that our culture has forced the tradition of vision questing underground, while this was probably revered in some other cultures.
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