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Unformatted text preview: Flavio Rocha Peyote, also known as the Divine Cactus, is a form of mescaline used in many Native American rituals across North America and Mexico. It is known to produce many hallucinatory effects and is used to heal people who are addicted to alcohol, other drugs, or have some sort of spiritual or physical ailment. Peyote lasts from ten to twelve hours, much like an LSD trip. But unlike LSD which is mainly used for recreational purposes, peyote serves as a guide for spiritual growth. Combined with an adventurous setting or a spiritual guide, peyote takes the person on a journey through time and space to learn more about themselves. Peyote is grown mainly in the desert and looks like a cactus. It normally takes about thirteen years to become fully mature. Fully mature plants are usually worshipped as though they were wise gods. It usually grows with the crown, the top part of the plant, sticking out of the ground with a pink flower growing out of the top (1). Peyote has to be cut at a right angle or else ground with a pink flower growing out of the top (1)....
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '08 term at Adams State University.
- Spring '08