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  1. Mezijin
    Sabona, Maria - Mushroom Ceremony of the Mazatec Indians of Mexico - kenwyzadiburphezaconzaczcilpercma.xyzinfo Music Maria Sabina: Her Life and Chants (New Wilderness Poetics) (English, Central American Indian Languages and Spanish Edition) Mushroom Ceremony of the Mazatec Indians of Mexico by Maria Sabona () Audio CD. $ Next. Customers who bought /5(4).
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  3. Kebar
    María Sabina - Mushroom Ceremony of the Mazatec Indians of Mexico () Original release: Folkways Records , Recording by Gordon & Valentina Wasson in Huautla de Jiménez, an the Mazatec Mountains on the northern corner of the State of Oaxaca, Mexico, July 21, Participants.
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  4. Zum
    Mushroom Ceremony of the Mazatec Indians of Mexico is a recording from by R. Gordon Wasson in Mexico of Maria Sabina, a Mexican curandera performing healing rituals. These rituals would require the participant to ingest psilocybin mushrooms, also known as magic mushrooms.
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    Maria Sabína* Mushroom Ceremony Of The Mazatec Indians Of Mexico DEATH UK: Sell This Version: DEATHLP: Maria Sabína* Mushroom Ceremony Of The Mazatec Indians Of Mexico Tough Cunt ‎ (LP, Album, RE) Death Is Not The End: DEATHLP: UK: Sell This Version: none: Various.
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  6. Negami
    May 06,  · The Mazatec Indians eat the mushrooms only at night in absolute darkness. It is their belief that if you eat them in the daylight you will go mad. The depths of the night are recognized as the time most conducive to visionary insights into the obscurities, the mysteries, the perplexities of existence.
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  7. Shaktijinn
    The Mushroom Ceremony Of The Mazatec Indians of Mexico album features curandera María Sabina eating the mushrooms and setting out on a transcendental journey to invoke the mushroom spirit, reporting with a steady flow of words her experiences.
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  8. Shakami
    The hardbound book is pp bound in tan cloth with a red Mazatec embroidery design, and is primarily a tri-lingual (Mazatec, Spanish, and English) transcription of the ceremony. It also includes General Index, Analytical Index, Notes on the Mazatec Language (George M Cowan), Musicological Notes on the Ceremony (Willard Rhodes).Reviews: 1.
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