How Stanley Kubrick Faked the Apollo Moon Landings

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“There are great ideas, undiscovered breakthroughs
available, to those who can remove one of truth’s protective layers.”

Neil Armstrong, “First Man on the Moon”

July 20th, 1994

 

It has now been forty years since the fabled moon landings
by NASA and the Apollo gang. When it comes to the subject of the moon landings,
people tend to fall into two belief groups. The first group, by far the bigger
of the two groups, accepts the fact that NASA successfully landed on the moon
six times and that 12 human beings have actually walked on the surface of the
moon. The second group, though far smaller, is more vocal about their beliefs.
This group says that we never went to the moon and that the entire thing was
faked.

This essay presents a third position on this issue. This
third point of view falls somewhere between these two assertions. This third
position postulates that humans did go to the moon but what we saw on TV and in
photographs was completely faked.

Furthermore, this third position reveals that the great
filmmaker Stanley Kubrick is the genius who directed the hoaxed landings.

1. Motivations for Faking

But why fake the moon landings at all? What would be the
motivation? Authors Joseph Farrell and Henry Stevens both have shown us
undeniable proof that Nazi scientists had developed advanced flying saucer
technology as early as 1943. These authors also show that the US Government
brought these same Nazi scientists into this country in order to build these
highly advanced flying machines.

Furthermore, they believe that the idea that aliens from
outer space are invading the Earth is a clever cover story concocted by NASA to
hide this technology.

Many sources inside the military industrial complex have
related to me that after John Kennedy was shown the flying saucer technology
early in his Presidency, he realized that the advances in technology promised
by the flying saucers could solve many of the pressing problems of the world.
He saw that releasing this exotic technology would point the way towards cheap
and environmentally friendly energy among other things.

Soon after seeing the flying saucer technology, JFK made his
famous speech asking NASA to land a man on the moon before the decade was out.
Many insiders believed that this was a ploy by JFK to get NASA, and the secret
government, to release their saucer technologies. Since it was obvious to
everyone that standard rocket technology could not get man to the moon and
back, JFK may have thought that NASA would be forced to release the knowledge
of the technology behind the flying saucers in order to fulfill his vision and
get to the moon by the end of the 1960s. JFK’s ploy was therefore intended to
free this advanced technology from the insidious hands of the shadow
government.

After the assassination of Kennedy in 1963, NASA began a new
plan that would solve the problem that JFK initiated. This new plan would allow
NASA, and the shadow government, to keep the saucer technology secret and to
still make it look like standard rocketry had taken man to the moon and back.

Someone high up in the shadow government decided to fake the
entire series of moon landings in order to conceal the United States’ extremely
new and advanced Nazi technology both from us, the citizens, and our enemies.
In some ways NASA’s position on this was understandable. We were in the middle
of the cold war with the Soviet Union. Did we really want to show the Russians
what we had?

2. Who Will Fake It?

In early 1964 Stanley Kubrick had just finished his black
satire Dr. Strangelove and was looking
to do a science fiction film. While directing
Dr. Strangelove, Kubrick had asked the US Air Force for permission
to film one of their B-52 bombers for the movie. The Pentagon turned him down.
The movie,
Dr. Strangelove, was
about a flight squadron that had been ordered to fly to Russia and drop nuclear
bombs on that country. The Pentagon read Kubrick’s script and rejected his
request to actually film the inside, and outside, of a B-52. The reason for
this rejection was that Kubrick’s film was clearly a satire on the military and
US nuclear policy. The Pentagon did not want to assist Kubrick in this
satirical undertaking.

Undaunted by the rejection, Kubrick used various special
effects to create the B-52 in flight. When viewing Dr. Strangelove today, these special effects look quaint and old
fashioned, but in 1963 they looked very good. It is possible that someone in
NASA saw what Kubrick had done in
Dr. Strangelove and, admiring his artfulness, designated Kubrick as
the person best qualified to direct the Apollo Moon landing. If he could do
that well on a limited budget – what could he do on an unlimited budget?

No one knows how the powers-that-be convinced Kubrick to
direct the Apollo landings. Maybe they had compromised Kubrick in some way. The
fact that his brother, Raul Kubrick, was the head of the American Communist
Party may have been one of the avenues pursued by the government to get Stanley
to cooperate. Kubrick also had a reputation for being a notoriously nasty
negotiator. It would have been very interesting to be a fly on the wall during
the negotiations between Kubrick and NASA.

In the end, it looks like Stanley Kubrick faked the moon
landings in return for two things. The first was a virtually unlimited budget
to make his ultimate science fiction film: 2001: A Space Odyssey; and the second was that he would be able to make
any film he wanted, with no oversight from anyone, for the rest of his life.

Except for his last film, Eyes Wide Shut, Kubrick got what he wanted.

 

3. Parelleling Events

It is uncanny the way that the production of 2001: A
Space Odyssey
parallels the Apollo program.
The film production started in 1964 and went on to the release of

2001: A Space Odyssey
in1968. Meanwhile the
Apollo program also began in 1964 and culminated with the first moon landings
on July 20th, 1969. Also, it is very interesting to note that
scientist Frederick Ordway was working both for NASA and the Apollo program and
was also Kubrick’s top science advisor for
2001: A Space Odyssey.

Once he negotiated the deal, Stanley, got to work. The most
pressing problem for Kubrick in 1964 was to figure out a way to make the shots
on the ground, on the surface of the moon, look realistic. He had to make the
scenes look wide-open and expansive, like it was really done on the moon and
not in a studio back lot.

 

4. Hollywood Trickery

No one knows how many things he tried, but eventually
Kubrick settled on doing the entire thing with a cinematic technique called
Front Screen Projection. It is in the use of this cinematic technique that the
fingerprints of Kubrick can be seen all over the NASA Apollo photographic and
video material.

What is Front Screen Projection? Kubrick did not invent the
process but there is no doubt that he perfected it. Front Screen Projection is
a cinematic device that allows scenes to be projected behind the actors so that
it appears, in the camera, as if the actors are moving around on the set
provided by the Front Screen Projection.

The process came into fruition when the 3M company invented
a material called Scotchlite. This was a screen material that was made up of
hundreds of thousands of tiny glass beads each about .4 millimeters wide. These
beads were highly reflective. In the Front Screen Projection process the
Scotchlite screen would be placed at the back of the soundstage. The plane of
the camera lens and the Scotchlite screen had to be exactly 90 degrees apart. A
projector would project the scene onto the Scotchlite screen through a mirror
and the light would go through a beam splitter, which would pass the light into
the camera. An actor would stand in front of the Scotchlite screen, and he
would appear to be “inside” the projection.

 

 

Today Hollywood magicians use green screens and computers
for special effects, and so Front Screen Projection has gone the way of the
Adding Machine and the Model T. But for its time, especially in the 1960s,
nothing worked better than Front Screen Projection for the realistic look that
would be needed both for the ape-men scenes in 2001: A Space Odyssey and the faked Apollo landings.

To see how Front Screen Projection looks on the screen,
let’s examine the ape-men scenes at the beginning of Kubrick’s film 2001: A
Space Odyssey
. While viewing the stills
from these scenes, or watching them in the film, one has to remember that the
early scenes in
2001 with the
actors in ape costumes were all done on a soundstage. None of what you are
seeing in the ape-men scenes at the beginning of
2001 was actually shot outside. The scenes that surround
the ape-men are actually slides of a desert being projected onto Scotchlite
screens standing at the rear of the set.

In order to create these desert backgrounds Kubrick sent a
photographic team to Spain to shoot 8” X 10” Ektachrome slides. These slides
were then projected via the Front Screen Projection system onto the Scotchlite
screen. The actors in ape costumes stood in front of the screen acting out the
script.

If you watch 2001 on DVD you can actually occasionally see
the “seams” of the screen behind the gyrating apes. Kubrick was doing Front
Screen Projection in such a huge and grand fashion that the technicians were
forced to sew together many screens of Scotchlite so that Kubrick could create
the vastness needed for the ape scenes to be believable.

In this still taken from an early scene in 2001, you can see the seams in the blue sky if you look
closely:

 

 

Next is the same image as above, only I have processed it
through a graphic program. In this processing I have increased the gamma and
increased the contrast.

Please examine:

 

 

Now we can clearly see the “seams” and the “stitching” of
the Scotchlite Front Projection screen in the sky.

To get the perspective correct, one has to realize that the
Scotchlite screen is right behind the rocky outcropping set, which was built on
the soundstage. The lines on the screen are the flaws in the Scotchlite screen.
These flaws in the screen give the sky give a peculiar “geometry” when the
image is properly processed to reveal the Front Projection Scotchlite Screen.

Let’s show another example. Here is a still from the famous
“water hole” scene from 2001:

 

 

This next image is again the same image as above but with
the gamma and contrast increased:

 

 

While watching 2001, with the scenes of the ape-men one can
begin to see the telltale fingerprints that always reveal when the Front
Screen Projection system is being used. It should be emphasized that the sets that surround the
ape-men in the movie are real. Those are “real” rocks (whether papier-mâché or
real) that surround the ape-men. But behind the fabricated rocks on the set,
the desert scene is being projected via the Front Screen Projector.

One of the ways that you can tell the Front Screen system is
being used is that the bottom horizon line between the actual set and the
background Scotchlite screen has to be blocked. Kubrick strategically located
rocks and other things near the bottom of the scene in order to hide the
projection screen. In other words, the camera and the viewers would see the
bottom of the background projection screen if it weren’t blocked in some
fashion. As part of the “trick” it became necessary to place things in between
the screen and the set to hide the bottom of the screen.

 

 

I have Photoshopped a line differentiating the set and the
background Scotchlite Front Projection Screen. Please note how everything is in
focus, from the pebbles on the ground in the set to the desert mountains
beyond.

You will see that hiding the bottom of the Scotchlite screen
is always taking place when the Front Screen Projection system is used in 2001:
A Space Odyssey
. Hiding the screen is one
of the fingerprints; it is evidence of its use. Just like the stage magician
who needs the long sleeves of his costume to hide the mechanism of his tricks,
so too Kubrick needed to hide the mechanism of his trick behind the carefully
placed horizon line between set and screen.

Here is another example from 2001: A Space Odyssey:

 

And here is the same image with my Photoshop line separating
the set with the ape-man actor and the Scotchlite Front Projection Screen.

 

And you will see, before this article is finished, that this
same fingerprint, this same evidence, is clearly seen in all of the NASA Apollo
stills and video footage.

It is this fingerprint that reveals, not only that NASA
faked the Apollo missions but also HOW they faked them.

Let’s examine a few NASA Apollo images now.

 

 

This is a still from Apollo 17. This is also a great example
of the Front Screen Projection process:

 

 

Again, I have Photoshopped a line indicating the back of the
set. One can see that there is a slight uprising behind the rover, which is
hiding the bottom of the screen. Also notice that even though everything is in
focus from the lunar rover to the mountains in the background, there is a
strange change in the landscape of the ground right behind my lines. This is
because the photo of the mountains being used on the Front Projection system
has a slightly different ground texture than the set. As we go on, we will see
that this fingerprint is also consistent throughout the Apollo images.

Here is another Apollo image:

 

 

Now here is my version where I show the line between set and
screen:

 

 

Again notice that the texture of the ground changes right
behind my lines.

Now let’s go to some more Apollo images. We can see that the
same thing occurs here as in the ape-men scenes in 2001. There is always a line separating the set from the
screen. Even if you do not see it at first, it will become apparent as one
grows more familiar with the Front Screen Projection process and how it is
being used to fake the astronauts standing on the lunar surface. Go to any NASA
site (like this one,
for example) and start looking for yourself.

Not all lunar surface shots are using the process. Sometimes
the astronauts are just standing on the set with a completely (and suspicious)
black background. The early missions used the Front Screen Projection system
only when they had to. But as the missions went on, and they had to look
better, Kubrick began to perfect the process.

Although you can see the Front Screen Projection process on
every mission, the seriously revealing images are in the later missions,
particularly Apollo 14, 15, 16 and (my favorite) 17.

Here are a few from Apollo 17:

 

That astronaut is driving the lunar rover parallel to the
screen and the rover is only three or four feet away from the Scotchlite.
Please note how the tire treads just lead to nowhere. Actually, they are going
to the edge of the set.

 

 

The astronaut is about six feet in front of the Scotchlite
screen. Please note how everything is in focus from the rocks and pebbles close
to the camera all the way to the crystal clear mountain behind the astronaut.
As we shall see very soon, even that is impossible.

Also please note the other telltale evidence that permeates
the Apollo images: There is a stark difference in the ground texture between
the set and what is being projected onto the screen. You can almost count the
number of small rocks and the granularity of the ground is clearly seen on the
set. But once we get to the screen on the other side of my line this
granularity disappears.

This next image is a slick little piece of work. When first
viewed one is sure that they are looking across the vast unbroken lunar surface
from beginning to end. With the Earth rising, it is truly a stunning shot.

 

But sure enough – a close examination reveals the set/screen
line once again. Again, please note the change in the texture of the ground
immediately on each side of the line. The little pebbles and dust seem to
disappear behind the line.

 

 

Doesn’t the fakery just make you all patriotic inside?

 

5. Depth of Field: More Evidence

Besides the evidence of the horizon line between set and
screen and the changing granularity of the texture of the ground, there is
another telltale fingerprint that comes with Front Screen Projection. This has
to do with a photographic situation called depth of field. Depth of field has
to do with the plane of focus that the lens of the camera is tuned to.

The main rule of thumb in photography is that the larger the
format of the film, the less depth of field. For instance, 16mm film has a
large depth of field. 35mm has a smaller depth of field, and 70 mm (which
Stanley was using in 2001 as were all of
the astronaut-photographers in the Apollo missions) has an incredibly small
depth of field.

What this means is that it is virtually impossible for two
objects that are far apart in the lens of a 70mm camera to be in the same plane
of focus. One of the two objects will always be out-of-focus. Filmmakers like
to use depth of field because it creates soft out-of-focus backgrounds that are
visually very pleasant to the human eye.

While watching the ape-men scenes at the beginning of 2001, one can see that everything is in focus. Whether it
is the apes, or the far away desert background, they are all in
focus. This is because the Front Projection Screen on which the background
desert scenes are projected is actually not far away from the ape actor. In
reality the Scotchlite screen containing the desert scene is right behind the
actors just as the Scotchlite screen is right behind the astronauts in the
Apollo images. So whatever is projected onto that screen will usually be in the
same plane of focus as the actor-ape or the actor-astronaut.

This depth of field is impossible in real life using a large
format film like 70 mm. Keeping everything in focus is only possible if
everything is actually confined to a small place. It may look like the ape-men
are somewhere in a huge desert landscape but in reality they are all on a small
set in a studio.

It may look like the astronauts are on a vast lunar
landscape, but actually they are on a small confined set.

According to the NASA literature, the Apollo astronauts were
using large format Hassleblad cameras. These cameras were provided with large
rolls of 70 mm film on which they took the images. This large format film is
exactly the same size film that Kubrick was using when shooting 2001.

The plane of focus, the depth of field, on these cameras is
incredibly small. This should have been a huge problem for the astronaut-photographers,
who would have to be constantly adjusting the focus. We therefore should expect
to see a lot of out of focus shots taken by the astronauts. When you consider
the fact that, because of their helmets, they did not even have the ability to
see through the viewfinder of their cameras, this would have only increased the
chances that most of what they would be shooting would be out of focus.

I have gone through the entire photographic record of Apollo
program, both at Goddard in Greenbelt, Maryland and in the main photographic
repository at NASA’s Houston headquarters. When the Apollo photographic record
is examined, the exact opposite of what one would expect to find is discovered.
Instead of many out-of-focus shots, we find that nearly every shot is in
pristine focus. And these amateur photographer-astronauts have an uncanny sense
of composition, especially when one remembers that they are not even able to
look through their camera’s viewfinders. Their images have the unmistakable
quality of a highly polished professional photographer.

Before embarking on his film career Stanley Kubrick was a
professional photographer working for Look Magazine. Honestly, even a
professional photographer looking through the viewer of the camera would be
hard pressed to come up with the pristine imagery and crystal clear focus of
the Apollo astronaut amateur photographers. Unfortunately though, for everyone
involved, the fact that everything is in focus in the Apollo record is the old
telltale fingerprint of Front Screen Projection.

Examine the above photographs from Apollo. Please note how
everything is in focus. As one goes through the entire Apollo record they will
discover that the astronaut photographers never seem to have a problem with
depth of field. Even though you could never get everything to remain in focus
over such vast distances here on Earth, somehow the rules of physics are
bypassed when men shoot photographs on the lunar surface.

Indeed the very physics of lens dynamics and depth of field
apparently disappears when the astronauts shoot photographs. (Just for the
record, the cameras were not altered at all by Hasselblad or anyone else). As a
professional photographer and a filmmaker, I have wrestled with depth of field
problems for over 40 years. I am surprised that no other photographer has
noticed the lack of any such problems encountered by the
astronaut-photographers. In reality, the lack of depth of field problems is a
nail in the coffin of the Apollo program.

 

6. Glass Cities or Front Screen Projection?

Former NASA consultant Richard Hoagland has examined many of
the photos of the Apollo landings and, although he has never noticed the
impossible depth of field, he has found other strange anomalies in the NASA
material.

Examining the photographic record of the Apollo missions,
and processing Apollo images through various graphics programs, Hoagland has
discovered “geometries” in the skies surrounding the astronauts on the moon. He
postulates that these geometries are evidence of some kind of gigantic
glass-like structures behind, above, and surrounding the astronauts as they
stand on the lunar surface. Hoagland even shows us that there are rainbow
lights reflecting in the sky high above the astronauts.

Many people, especially in NASA, have attacked Hoagland for
these interpretations. Yet no matter how much they attack Hoagland, they can
never explain what it is that he is finding on these Apollo images. In the same
way that evidence in the JFK assassination and the high weirdness around 9-11
is never examined and explained by the anti-conspiracy theorists, so too is
Hoagland’s evidence just simply ignored by his critics. Instead they have
created an ad hominum attack machine that criticizes Hoagland, the man, while
deftly ignoring his intriguing evidence.

His critics are either wrong, or they know what is really
happening.

I have known Richard Hoagland for a long time. I was with
him during his initial discoveries of artifacts on the lunar surface. I have
seen photographic evidence that there are very strange things on the surface of
the moon. I am not here to start an argument with Mr. Hoagland or anyone else.

I, like Hoagland, believe that NASA has actually gone to the
moon. I believe that moon rocks were taken from the surface of the moon. I
believe that there is strong evidence of some kind of past intelligent activity
on surface of the moon. But I do not believe that standard rocket technology is
what got mankind from the Earth to the surface of the Moon.

I am not trying to debunk Hoagland’s discoveries. All I am
trying to do, with the following evidence, is show that the Apollo landings
were a hoax. And that Stanley Kubrick, using the Front Screen Projection
system, directed them.

Again, I want to make sure that I am understood here. I am
not saying that there are not strange structures on the moon. What I am saying
is that the structures and geometries that Richard Hoagland is seeing in the
photographs taken on the lunar surface are not what he thinks they are.

Here are a few of Hoagland’s images. He believes that these
images are proof that NASA is hiding evidence of alien cities.

 

 

This is a processed photograph of astronaut Ed Mitchell on
the surface of the moon taken during the Apollo 14 mission. Of course all of
the stuff in the sky, as seen in this processed Apollo image from Hoagland, is
impossible if it was taken on the lunar surface. There is no atmosphere on the
moon. Therefore there can be nothing in the sky. Yet when Hoagland processed
much of the Apollo lunar surface imagery he discovered, over and over again,
all of this ‘crud’ in the sky above the astronauts.

No one in NASA even attempts to answer Hoagland, or anyone
else, about the strange stuff that he, and others, is finding in the skies
above the astronauts.

Richard Hoagland theorizes that this is photographic
evidence of huge, abandoned “glass cities” on the surface of the moon. He says
that what we are seeing in the above processed image are huge glass towers that
only show up on the images after they have been processed through graphics
software.

Here are some more of Hoagland’s images:

 

 

Hoagland has taken the image on the left and processed it in
a manner very similar to how I processed the above images from 2001: A Space
Odyssey
. By increasing the gamma and the
contrast of the image, he arrived at the picture on the right. Hoagland
interprets the image on the right as proof of giant glass structures behind the
astronaut and, for that matter, all over the surface of the moon.

What Hoagland is really seeing, though, is the imperfections
in the background Scotchlite screen that Kubrick used to create the lunar
backgrounds. These imperfections can also be found in the desert backgrounds in
the ape scenes in 2001: A Space Odyssey
(see above). What Hoagland, and the above image reveals, is the texture and
geometry of the Scotchlite screen.

Because of the vastness of the set, because he needed it to
look like it was NOT DONE ON A SOUNDSTAGE, Kubrick had to sew several
Scotchlite screens together. It was only when he had created a large enough
Scotchlite screen was he then was able to get a large enough background image
that would look expansive enough to appear to be the surface of the moon or a
desert four million years ago.

The process that created the desert backgrounds in 2001 is the same process that created the lunar mountains
backgrounds for the Apollo missions.

This is another picture from Hoagland’s research:

 

 

The processed image reveals a rainbow-like reflecting light
high above the astronauts in the sky on the moon. Hoagland theorizes that this
is a light reflecting off of one of the giant glass towers standing right
behind the astronaut.

What this actually is, is a light reflecting off of one of
the tiny glass beads of the Scotchlite screen. For some reason that particular
glass bead was slightly off from its 90-degree angle, and so it caught the
projector light and reflected it back to the camera.

Again, a scene from 2001: A Space Odyssey (processed):

 

 

And one of Hoagland’s processed Apollo shots:

 

 

It is pretty clear from the two images above that Hoagland’s
“geometries” are really the patterns and flaws and stitches in the Scotchlite
screen.

Maybe this is why NASA suddenly lost all of its lunar
images. Maybe this is why NASA just admitted that they “accidentally” taped
over the original high-resolution tape of Apollo 11. Maybe this is why Neil
Armstrong, “the first man to walk on the moon,” doesn’t want to participate in
the 40th anniversary parties.

Maybe this is why we have never gone back to the moon.

7. Inconsistent Shadows

Many researchers have pointed out the different angles of
light on the surface of the moon. Because there is only one light source (the
sun) how can there be multiple light angles on the moon such as this?:

 

 

How can the astronauts’ two shadows not be consistent with
each other? If they were actually standing in the bright light of the sun,
their two shadows should be at the same exact angle. Yet they are not. Why?
Because Kubrick used studio lighting!

 

 

But why would Kubrick make a mistake like the inconsistent
shadows in the above image? A great filmmaker like Kubrick must have realized
that this was a huge mistake.

My answer is that Kubrick did this on purpose.

He left behind telltale evidence for his work. And he did
this on purpose. Not just in the above shot, but actually all over the Apollo
photographic record. In my forthcoming documentary on the NASA Apollo fakery
titled Kubrick’s Odyssey, I will reveal
much more photographic evidence than I possibly can in this short essay.

One thing that I am sure of is that some part of Stanley
Kubrick wanted everyone to know what he had done. And that is why he left
behind clues that would explain who did it, and how.

 

8. Last Notes

Those of you who are familiar with my essay, written in
1999, on 2001: A Space Odyssey called “Alchemical Kubrick” already
know that I believe that
2001 is
the greatest esoteric film of all time.

For the first time anywhere, in that essay I show how
Kubrick designed the black monolith to be exactly the same size as the screen
on which 2001 was projected. The
monolith and the screen are the same thing. The monolith is the screen and the
screen is the monolith. It is truly one of the greatest discoveries in cinema
history.

When one realizes that Kubrick also used the Front Screen
Projection system – not only for the ape scenes in 2001, but also the
fake the moon landings – we can see a double, or even possibly a triple
meaning, inside the idea that the screen is the monolith and the monolith is
the screen.

If the monolith is that device that enlightens humanity,
then the Front Screen Projection system, and its unmistakable fingerprints, is
the device that enlightens humanity as to how the Apollo landings were faked.

But also we can see that Kubrick used the faking of the
Apollo moon missions as an opportunity to make one great film. Because he had
negotiated a deal where no one would be given oversight on the film, Kubrick
was allowed to make whatever movie he desired. Knowing that no one would object
to his anti-Hollywood methods, he created the first abstract feature film, the
first intellectual movie and the greatest esoteric work of art in the 20th
century.

The president of MGM at the time in 1968 publicly stated
that he never even saw a rough cut of 2001: A Space Odyssey during the entire four years of production. Does
that sound like the manner in which a head of a major studio would act?
2001:
A Space Odyssey
was one of the most
expensive films ever made at that time. Does it even seem remotely possible
that no one at MGM even cared to see the continuous progress of the film?

No way.

I am sure that 2001: A Space Odyssey is the only film in MGM history where the executives
who funded the movie never scrutinized the film.

Why weren’t they more interested in this very expensive
endeavor?

Because MGM did not fund 2001, the US Government did.

Outside of the Front Screen Projection evidence, which I believe
nails the fraud of the Apollo landings, there is other circumstantial evidence
that forces the conclusion even more in the direction of Kubrick directing the
entirety of the Apollo missions.

For instance:

In the original release of 2001 there were many credits thanking NASA and many of
the aerospace companies that worked with NASA on the moon landings. These
credits have since been removed from all subsequent releases of
2001. But for those of us old enough to remember, in the
original credits Kubrick thanks a vast array of military and space corporations
for their help in the production.

As these are the same corporations that supposedly helped
NASA get the astronauts to the moon – one has to wonder – what kind
of help did they gave Stanley? And for what price?

In the film Wag the Dog,
Dustin Hoffman plays a movie producer hired by the CIA to “fake an event.” His
name in the movie is Stanley. In that movie “Stanley” mysteriously dies after
telling everyone that he wants to take credit for the “event” that he helped
fake.

Stanley Kubrick died soon after showing Eyes Wide Shut to the executives at Warner Brothers. It is rumored
that they were very upset concerning that film. They wanted Kubrick to re-edit
the film but he refused. I personally was in France when Stanley died and I
saw, on French television, outtakes from the forthcoming Eyes Wide Shut. I saw
outtakes from several scenes that were never in the finished film.

Warner Brothers has even come out and admitted that they
re-edited the film. To this day they refuse to release a DVD of Stanley
Kubrick’s cut. Not only is this a direct violation of the agreement that
Kubrick had with Warner Brothers, but it also means that we will probably never
see the un-edited version of this film.

One has to wonder what was cut out?

And finally:

Eyes Wide Shut was
released on July 16th, 1999.

Stanley Kubrick insisted in his contract that this be the
date of the release.

July 16th, 1999 is exactly 30 years to the day that Apollo
11 was launched.

Happy Fortieth Anniversary, Stanley. Now you can rest in
peace.

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A Foraging Trip: Where Do Magic Mushrooms Grow?
Eager to learn more about the origin of psilocybin species? Read this article to find out where magic mushrooms grow and more!

How to Make Shroom Tea: Best Recipe and Dosage
A step by step guide on how to brew shroom tea, and why entheogenic psilocybin tea is a preferred method for psychedelic connoisseurs.

R. Gordon Wasson: Author and Mushroom Expert
Learn about R. Gordon Wasson, the “legendary mushroom expert” and popular figure within the psychonaut community.

Shrooms vs Acid: Differences and Similarities Explained
Ever wondered what the differences are between shrooms vs acid, or if you can take both together? This guide explains what you need to know.

Quantum Mechanics, Reality, and Magic Mushrooms
Scientist and author Dr. Chris Becker takes an in-depth approach in understanding how we perceive reality through magic mushrooms and quantum mechanics.

Psilocybin Guide: Effects, Common Uses, Safety
Our ultimate guide to Psilocybin has everything you want to know about this psychedelic fungi from its uses to its legal status.

The Psilocybin Experience: What’s the Deal With Magic Mushrooms?
From microdoses to macrodoses, the psilocybin experience has been sought after both medicinally and recreationally for millennia.

Psilocybin and Magic Mushroom Resources
Curious to learn more about psilocybin? This guide is a comprehensive psilocybin resource containing books, therapeutic studies, and more.

Paul Stamets Profile: Mushroom Guru, Filmmaker, Nutritionist, Scientist
Learn about Paul Stamets, read his thoughts on psilocybin mircodosing, the future of psilocybin, and his recent film “Fantastic Fungi”.

Microdosing Psilocybin & Common Dosage Explained
Microdosing, though imperceivably, is showing to have many health benefits–here is everything you want to know about microdosing psilocybin.

Psilocybin Nasal Spray: Relief for Anxiety, PTSD, and Depression
Microdosing nasal spray with psilocybin, is that possible?! Oregan a start-up Silo Wellness believes so and has created this new option for PTSD treatment.

Mazatec Mushroom Usage: Notes on Approach, Setting and Species for Curious Psilonauts
A look at traditional Mazatec psilocybin mushroom usage, and a comparison to the cliniical therapeutic approach, with an examination of the Mazatec setting and species used in veladas.

María Sabina: The Mazatec Magic Mushroom Woman
Magic mushrooms are incredibly popular today. How they became introduced to into American culture isn’t usually a topic discussed while tripping on psilocybin fungi. We all may have María Sabina to thank for exposing the Western world to the healing properties of the psilocybin mushroom.

Guide to Magic Mushroom Strains
Are there different types of psilocybin? Read our guide to learn about the different magic mushroom strains and their individual effects.

Kilindi Iyi: Mycologist, Traveler, Teacher
Learn about traveler and mycologist Kilindi Iyi known in the psychedelic community for his research and exploration of psilocybin.

How to Store Shrooms: Best Practices
How do you store shrooms for optimal shelf life? Learn how and why the proper storage method is so important.

Shroom Chocolate Recipes: How to Make Magic Mushroom Chocolates
This recipe provides step by step directions on how you can make mushroom chocolates with the necessary ingredients. Read to learn more!

Why Do People Use Psilocybin? New Johns Hopkins Study
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicines has just published a new study on psychoactive effects of psilocybin. Read here to learn more.

How-To Lemon Tek: Ultimate Guide and Recipe
This master guide will teach you how to lemon tek, preventing the onset of negative effects after consuming psilocybin. Read to learn more!

How to Intensify a Mushroom Trip
Learn about techniques like Lemon tekking, or discover the right time to consume cannabis if you are looking to intensify a mushroom trip.

How to Grow Magic Mushrooms: Step-by-Step
This step-by-step guide will show you how to grow magic mushrooms at home. Read this guide before trying it on your own.

How to Dry Magic Mushrooms: Best Practices
Read to learn more about specifics for the best practices on how to dry magic mushrooms after harvesting season.

How to Buy Psilocybin Spores
Interested in psilocybin mushrooms? We’ll walk you through all you need to know to obtain mushroom spores. Nosh on this delish How To guide.

Hippie Flipping: When Shrooms and Molly Meet
What is it, what does it feel like, and how long does it last? Explore the mechanics of hippie flipping and how to safely experiment.

Having Sex on Shrooms: Good or Bad Idea?
Is having sex on shrooms a good idea or an accident waiting to happen? Find out in our guide to sex on magic mushrooms.

Gold Cap Shrooms Guide: Spores, Effects, Identification
Read this guide to learn more about the different characteristics of gold cap mushrooms, and how they differ from other psilocybin species.

Guide to Cooking with Magic Mushrooms
From cookies to smoothies and sandwiches, we cover various methods of cooking with magic mushrooms for the ultimate snack.

2020 Election: The Decriminalize Psilocybin Movement
Are you curious if mushrooms will follow in marijuana’s footsteps? Read to learn about how the U.S. is moving to decriminalize psilocybin.

Oregon’s Initiative to Legalize Mushrooms | Initiative Petition 34
Oregon continues to push ahead with their initiative to legalize Psilocybin in 2020. The measure received its official title and now needs signatures.

Canada Approves Psilocybin Treatment for Terminally-Ill Cancer Patients
Canada’s Minister of Health, Patty Hajdu approved the use of psilocybin to help ease anxiety and depression of four terminal cancer patients.

Mapping the DMT Experience
With only firsthand experiences to share, how can we fully map the DMT experience? Let’s explore what we know about this powerful psychedelic.

Guide to Machine Elves and Other DMT Entities
This guide discusses machine elves, clockwork elves, and other common DMT entities that people experience during a DMT trip.

Is the DMT Experience a Hallucination? 
What if the DMT realm was the real world, and our everyday lives were merely a game we had chosen to play?

How to Store DMT
Not sure how to store DMT? Read this piece to learn the best practices and elements of advice to keep your stuff fresh.

What Does 5-MeO-DMT Show Us About Consciousness?
How does our brain differentiate between what’s real and what’s not? Read to learn what can 5-MeO-DMT show us about consciousness.

How to Smoke DMT: Processes Explained
There are many ways to smoke DMT and we’ve outlined some of the best processes to consider before embarking on your journey.

How to Ground After DMT
Knowing what to expect from a DMT comedown can help you integrate the experience to gain as much value as possible from your journey.

How To Get DMT
What kind of plants contain DMT? Are there other ways to access this psychedelic? Read on to learn more about how to get DMT.

How DMT is Made: Everything You Need to Know
Ever wonder how to make DMT? Read our guide to learn everything you need to know about the procedures of how DMT is made.

Having Sex on DMT: What You Need to Know
Have you ever wondered about sex on DMT? Learn how the God Molecule can influence your intimate experiences.

Does the Human Brain Make DMT? 
With scientific evidence showing us DMT in the brain, what can we conclude it is there for? Read on to learn more.

How to Use DMT Vape Pens
Read to learn all about DMT vape pens including: what to know when vaping, what to expect when purchasing a DMT cartridge, and vaping safely.

DMT Resources
This article is a comprehensive DMT resource providing extensive information from studies, books, documentaries, and more. Check it out!

Differentiating DMT and Near-Death Experiences
Some say there are similarities between a DMT trip and death. Read our guide on differentiating DMT and near-death experiences to find out.

DMT Research from 1956 to the Edge of Time
From a representative sample of a suitably psychedelic crowd, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who couldn’t tell you all about Albert Hofmann’s enchanted bicycle ride after swallowing what turned out to be a massive dose of LSD. Far fewer, however, could tell you much about the world’s first DMT trip.

The Ultimate Guide to DMT Pricing
Check out our ultimate guide on DMT pricing to learn what to expect when purchasing DMT for your first time.

DMT Milking | Reality Sandwich
Indigenous cultures have used 5-MeO-DMT for centuries. With the surge in demand for psychedelic toad milk, is DMT Milking harming the frogs?

Why Does DMT Pervade Nature?
With the presence of DMT in nature everywhere – including human brains – why does it continue to baffle science?

DMT Substance Guide: Effects, Common Uses, Safety
Our ultimate guide to DMT has everything you want to know about this powerful psychedelic referred to as “the spirit molecule”.

DMT for Depression: Paving the Way for New Medicine
We’ve been waiting for an effective depression treatment. Studies show DMT for depression works even for treatment resistant patients.

Beating Addiction with DMT
Psychedelics have been studied for their help overcoming addiction. Read how DMT is helping addicts beat their substance abuse issues.

DMT Extraction: Behind the Scientific Process
Take a look at DMT extraction and the scientific process involved. Learn all you need to know including procedures and safety.

Microdosing DMT & Common Dosages Explained
Microdosing, though imperceivable, is showing to have many health benefits–here is everything you want to know about microdosing DMT.

DMT Art: A Look Behind Visionary Creations
An entire genre of artwork is inspired by psychedelic trips with DMT. Read to learn about the entities and visions behind DMT art.

Changa vs. DMT: What You Need to Know
While similar (changa contains DMT), each drug has its own unique effect and feeling. Let’s compare and contrast changa vs DMT.

5-MeO-DMT Guide: Effects, Benefits, Safety, and Legality
5-Meo-DMT comes from the Sonora Desert toad. Here is everything you want to know about 5-Meo-DMT and how it compares to 4-AcO-DMT.

4-AcO-DMT Guide: Benefits, Effects, Safety, and Legality
This guide tells you everything about 4 AcO DMT & 5 MeO DMT, that belong to the tryptamine class, and are similar but slightly different to DMT.

How Much Does LSD Cost? When shopping around for that magical psychedelic substance, there can be many uncertainties when new to buying LSD. You may be wondering how much does LSD cost? In this article, we will discuss what to expect when purchasing LSD on the black market, what forms LSD is sold in, and the standard breakdown of buying LSD in quantity.   Navy Use of LSD on the Dark Web The dark web is increasingly popular for purchasing illegal substances. The US Navy has now noticed this trend with their staff. Read to learn more.   Having Sex on LSD: What You Need to Know Can you have sex on LSD? Read our guide to learn everything about sex on acid, from lowered inhibitions to LSD users quotes on sex while tripping.   A Drug That Switches off an LSD Trip A pharmaceutical company is developing an “off-switch” drug for an LSD trip, in the case that a bad trip can happen. Some would say there is no such thing.   Queen of Hearts: An Interview with Liz Elliot on Tim Leary and LSD The history of psychedelia, particularly the British experience, has been almost totally written by men. Of the women involved, especially those who were in the thick of it, little has been written either by or about them. A notable exception is Liz Elliot.   LSD Guide: Effects, Common Uses, Safety LSD, Lysergic acid diethylamide, or just acid is one of the most important psychedelics ever discovered. What did history teach us?   Microdosing LSD & Common Dosage Explained Microdosing, though imperceivable, is showing to have many health benefits–here is everything you want to know about microdosing LSD.   LSD Resources Curious to learn more about LSD? This guide includes comprehensive LSD resources containing books, studies and more.   LSD as a Spiritual Aid There is common consent that the evolution of mankind is paralleled by the increase and expansion of consciousness. From the described process of how consciousness originates and develops, it becomes evident that its growth depends on its faculty of perception. Therefore every means of improving this faculty should be used.   Legendary LSD Blotter Art: A Hidden Craftsmanship Have you ever heard of LSD blotter art? Explore the trippy world of LSD art and some of the top artists of LSD blotter art.   LSD and Exercise: Does it Work? LSD and exercise? Learn why high-performing athletes are taking hits of LSD to improve their overall potential.   Jan Bastiaans Treated Holocaust Survivors with LSD Dutch psychiatrist, Jan Bastiaans administered LSD-assisted therapy to survivors of the Holocaust. A true war hero and pioneer of psychedelic-therapy.   LSD and Spiritual Awakening I give thanks for LSD, which provided the opening that led me to India in 1971 and brought me to Neem Karoli Baba, known as Maharajji. Maharajji is described by the Indians as a “knower of hearts.”   How LSD is Made: Everything You Need to Know Ever wonder how to make LSD? Read our guide to learn everything you need to know about the procedures of how LSD is made.   How to Store LSD: Best Practices Learn the best way to store LSD, including the proper temperature and conditions to maximize how long LSD lasts when stored.   Bicycle Day: The Discovery of LSD Every year on April 19th, psychonauts join forces to celebrate Bicycle Day. Learn about the famous day when Albert Hoffman first discovered the effects of LSD.   Cary Grant: A Hollywood Legend On LSD Cary Grant was a famous actor during the 1930’s-60’s But did you know Grant experimented with LSD? Read our guide to learn more.   Albert Hofmann: LSD — My Problem Child Learn about Albert Hofmann and his discovery of LSD, along with the story of Bicycle Day and why it marks a historic milestone.   Babies are High: What Does LSD Do To Your Brain What do LSD and babies have in common? Researchers at the Imperial College in London discover that an adult’s brain on LSD looks like a baby’s brain.   1P LSD: Effects, Benefits, Safety Explained 1P LSD is an analogue of LSD and homologue of ALD-25. Here is everything you want to know about 1P LSD and how it compares to LSD.   Francis Crick, DNA & LSD Type ‘Francis Crick LSD’ into Google, and the result will be 30,000 links. Many sites claim that Crick (one of the two men responsible for discovering the structure of DNA), was either under the influence of LSD at the time of his revelation or used the drug to help with his thought processes during his research. Is this true?   What Happens If You Overdose on LSD? A recent article presented three individuals who overdosed on LSD. Though the experience was unpleasant, the outcomes were remarkably positive.

The Ayahuasca Experience
Ayahuasca is both a medicine and a visionary aid. You can employ ayahuasca for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual repair, and you can engage with the power of ayahuasca for deeper insight and realization. If you consider attainment of knowledge in the broadest perspective, you can say that at all times, ayahuasca heals.

 

Trippy Talk: Meet Ayahuasca with Sitaramaya Sita and PlantTeachers
Sitaramaya Sita is a spiritual herbalist, pusangera, and plant wisdom practitioner formally trained in the Shipibo ayahuasca tradition.

 

The Therapeutic Value of Ayahuasca
My best description of the impact of ayahuasca is that it’s a rocket boost to psychospiritual growth and unfolding, my professional specialty during my thirty-five years of private practice.

 

Microdosing Ayahuasca: Common Dosage Explained
What is ayahuasca made of and what is considered a microdose? Explore insights with an experienced Peruvian brewmaster and learn more about this practice.

 

Ayahuasca Makes Neuron Babies in Your Brain
Researchers from Beckley/Sant Pau Research Program have shared the latest findings in their study on the effects of ayahuasca on neurogenesis.

 

The Fatimiya Sufi Order and Ayahuasca
In this interview, the founder of the Fatimiya Sufi Order,  N. Wahid Azal, discusses the history and uses of plant medicines in Islamic and pre-Islamic mystery schools.

 

Consideration Ayahuasca for Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Research indicates that ayahuasca mimics mechanisms of currently accepted treatments for PTSD. In order to understand the implications of ayahuasca treatment, we need to understand how PTSD develops.

 

Brainwaves on Ayahuasca: A Waking Dream State
In a study researchers shared discoveries showing ingredients found in Ayahuasca impact the brainwaves causing a “waking dream” state.

 

Cannabis and Ayahuasca: Mixing Entheogenic Plants
Cannabis and Ayahuasca: most people believe they shouldn’t be mixed. Read this personal experience peppered with thoughts from a pro cannabis Peruvian Shaman.

 

Ayahuasca Retreat 101: Everything You Need to Know to Brave the Brew
Ayahuasca has been known to be a powerful medicinal substance for millennia. However, until recently, it was only found in the jungle. Word of its deeply healing and cleansing properties has begun to spread across the world as many modern, Western individuals are seeking spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical well-being. More ayahuasca retreat centers are emerging in the Amazon and worldwide to meet the demand.

 

Ayahuasca Helps with Grief
A new study published in psychopharmacology found that ayahuasca helped those suffering from the loss of a loved one up to a year after treatment.

 

Ayahuasca Benefits: Clinical Improvements for Six Months
Ayahuasca benefits can last six months according to studies. Read here to learn about the clinical improvements from drinking the brew.

 

Ayahuasca Culture: Indigenous, Western, And The Future
Ayahuasca has been use for generations in the Amazon. With the rise of retreats and the brew leaving the rainforest how is ayahuasca culture changing?

 

Ayahuasca Guide: Effects, Common Uses, Safety
The Amazonian brew, Ayahuasca has a long history and wide use. Read our guide to learn all about the tea from its beginnings up to modern-day interest.

 

Ayahuasca and the Godhead: An Interview with Wahid Azal of the Fatimiya Sufi Order
Wahid Azal, a Sufi mystic of The Fatimiya Sufi Order and an Islamic scholar, talks about entheogens, Sufism, mythology, and metaphysics.

 

Ayahuasca and the Feminine: Women’s Roles, Healing, Retreats, and More
Ayahuasca is lovingly called “grandmother” or “mother” by many. Just how feminine is the brew? Read to learn all about women and ayahuasca.

What Is the Standard of Care for Ketamine Treatments?
Ketamine therapy is on the rise in light of its powerful results for treatment-resistant depression. But, what is the current standard of care for ketamine? Read to find out.

What Is Dissociation and How Does Ketamine Create It?
Dissociation can take on multiple forms. So, what is dissociation like and how does ketamine create it? Read to find out.

Having Sex on Ketamine: Getting Physical on a Dissociative
Curious about what it could feel like to have sex on a dissociate? Find out all the answers in our guide to sex on ketamine.

Special K: The Party Drug
Special K refers to Ketamine when used recreationally. Learn the trends as well as safety information around this substance.

Kitty Flipping: When Ketamine and Molly Meet
What is it, what does it feel like, and how long does it last? Read to explore the mechanics of kitty flipping.

Ketamine vs. Esketamine: 3 Important Differences Explained
Ketamine and esketamine are used to treat depression. But what’s the difference between them? Read to learn which one is right for you: ketamine vs. esketamine.

Guide to Ketamine Treatments: Understanding the New Approach
Ketamine is becoming more popular as more people are seeing its benefits. Is ketamine a fit? Read our guide for all you need to know about ketamine treatments.

Ketamine Treatment for Eating Disorders
Ketamine is becoming a promising treatment for various mental health conditions. Read to learn how individuals can use ketamine treatment for eating disorders.

Ketamine Resources, Studies, and Trusted Information
Curious to learn more about ketamine? This guide includes comprehensive ketamine resources containing books, studies and more.

Ketamine Guide: Effects, Common Uses, Safety
Our ultimate guide to ketamine has everything you need to know about this “dissociative anesthetic” and how it is being studied for depression treatment.

Ketamine for Depression: A Mental Health Breakthrough
While antidepressants work for some, many others find no relief. Read to learn about the therapeutic uses of ketamine for depression.

Ketamine for Addiction: Treatments Offering Hope
New treatments are offering hope to individuals suffering from addiction diseases. Read to learn how ketamine for addiction is providing breakthrough results.

Microdosing Ketamine & Common Dosages Explained
Microdosing, though imperceivable, is showing to have many health benefits–here is everything you want to know about microdosing ketamine.

How to Ease a Ketamine Comedown
Knowing what to expect when you come down from ketamine can help integrate the experience to gain as much value as possible.

How to Store Ketamine: Best Practices
Learn the best ways how to store ketamine, including the proper temperature and conditions to maximize how long ketamine lasts when stored.

How To Buy Ketamine: Is There Legal Ketamine Online?
Learn exactly where it’s legal to buy ketamine, and if it’s possible to purchase legal ketamine on the internet.

How Long Does Ketamine Stay in Your System?
How long does ketamine stay in your system? Are there lasting effects on your body? Read to discover the answers!

How Ketamine is Made: Everything You Need to Know
Ever wonder how to make Ketamine? Read our guide to learn everything you need to know about the procedures of how Ketamine is made.

Colorado on Ketamine: First Responders Waiver Programs
Fallout continues after Elijah McClain. Despite opposing recommendations from some city council, Colorado State Health panel recommends the continued use of ketamine by medics for those demonstrating “excited delirium” or “extreme agitation”.

Types of Ketamine: Learn the Differences & Uses for Each
Learn about the different types of ketamine and what they are used for—and what type might be right for you. Read now to find out!

Kitty Flipping: When Ketamine and Molly Meet
What is it, what does it feel like, and how long does it last? Read to explore the mechanics of kitty flipping.

MDMA & Ecstasy Guide: Effects, Common Uses, Safety
Our ultimate guide to MDMA has everything you want to know about Ecstasy from how it was developed in 1912 to why it’s being studied today.

How To Get the Most out of Taking MDMA as a Couple
Taking MDMA as a couple can lead to exciting experiences. Read here to learn how to get the most of of this love drug in your relationship.

Common MDMA Dosage & Microdosing Explained
Microdosing, though imperceivable, is showing to have many health benefits–here is everything you want to know about microdosing MDMA.

Having Sex on MDMA: What You Need to Know
MDMA is known as the love drug… Read our guide to learn all about sex on MDMA and why it is beginning to makes its way into couple’s therapy.

How MDMA is Made: Common Procedures Explained
Ever wonder how to make MDMA? Read our guide to learn everything you need to know about the procedures of how MDMA is made.

Hippie Flipping: When Shrooms and Molly Meet
What is it, what does it feel like, and how long does it last? Explore the mechanics of hippie flipping and how to safely experiment.

How Cocaine is Made: Common Procedures Explained
Ever wonder how to make cocaine? Read our guide to learn everything you need to know about the procedures of how cocaine is made.

A Christmas Sweater with Santa and Cocaine
This week, Walmart came under fire for a “Let it Snow” Christmas sweater depicting Santa with lines of cocaine. Columbia is not merry about it.

Ultimate Cocaine Guide: Effects, Common Uses, Safety
This guide covers what you need to know about Cocaine, including common effects and uses, legality, safety precautions and top trends today.

NEWS: An FDA-Approved Cocaine Nasal Spray
The FDA approved a cocaine nasal spray called Numbrino, which has raised suspicions that the pharmaceutical company, Lannett Company Inc., paid off the FDA..

The Ultimate Guide to Cannabis Bioavailability
What is bioavailability and how can it affect the overall efficacy of a psychedelic substance? Read to learn more.

Cannabis Research Explains Sociability Behaviors
New research by Dr. Giovanni Marsicano shows social behavioral changes occur as a result of less energy available to the neurons. Read here to learn more.

The Cannabis Shaman
If recreational and medical use of marijuana is becoming accepted, can the spiritual use as well? Experiential journalist Rak Razam interviews Hamilton Souther, founder of the 420 Cannabis Shamanism movement…

Cannabis Guide: Effects, Common Uses, Safety
Our ultimate guide to Cannabis has everything you want to know about this popular substances that has psychedelic properties.

Cannabis and Ayahuasca: Mixing Entheogenic Plants
Cannabis and Ayahuasca: most people believe they shouldn’t be mixed. Read this personal experience peppered with thoughts from a procannabis Peruvian Shaman.

CBD-Rich Cannabis Versus Single-Molecule CBD
A ground-breaking study has documented the superior therapeutic properties of whole plant Cannabis extract as compared to synthetic cannabidiol (CBD), challenging the medical-industrial complex’s notion that “crude” botanical preparations are less effective than single-molecule compounds.

Cannabis Has Always Been a Medicine
Modern science has already confirmed the efficacy of cannabis for most uses described in the ancient medical texts, but prohibitionists still claim that medical cannabis is “just a ruse.”

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