Also, advice to help you go from loathing to loving your body; a woman whose drunk-driving accident took her legs and her spirit; beauty and antiaging secrets that are in the kitchen; simple tricks to calm the mind; celebrating National Women's Health Week.Season 9, Episode 152May 18, 2017A father whose hands and feet were amputated after an extremely rare case of strep throat; reality-TV star and model Courtney Stodden seeks help for depression and drugs and discusses her controversial marriage and rocky relationship with her mother.About Zecharia Sitchin One of the few scholars able to read and interpret ancient Sumerian and Akkadian clay tablets, Zecharia Sitchin (1920-2010) based his bestselling The 12th Planet on texts from the ancient civilizations of the Near East.Drawing both widespread interest and criticism, his controversial theories on the Anunnaki origins of humanity have been translated into more than 20 languages and featured on radio and television programs around the world.Please use this email to send information to the web master and to those handling his business issues. This cylinder seal, VA-243 in the Berlin Near Eastern Museum, shows the sun in the center (!), surrounded by eleven orbiting bodies that include the Moon, Pluto and the yet to be recognized Planet X -- Nibiru.t's 7am on a sunny Friday in a shared house in the sleepy San Francisco neighbourhood of Richmond.Flatmates buzz in and out of the kitchen as Lily (not her real name), a publicist for several startups, sits down with cup of tea and a credit-card-sized bag of dried magic mushrooms.
While we were at it, we also collected some simple metrics of efficacy, which seem to have provided overwhelmingly positive results.
"I manage my stress with ease and am able to keep my perspective healthy in a way that I was unable to before."Lily is one of many young professionals in San Francisco and beyond experimenting with "microdosing": taking small quantities of psychedelic drugs - typically LSD or psilocybin mushrooms - every few days in the hope of improving their performance at work.
In small amounts, say, a tenth of a full dose, users don't experience a consciousness-altering "trip", but instead report improvements in concentration and problem solving, as well as a reduction in anxiety.
Proponents WIRED has spoken to - including software engineers, biologists and mathematicians - say that it induces a "flow state", aids lateral thinking and encourages more empathetic interpersonal relations.
Albert Hofmann, who synthesised lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD's full title) in 1938, and who took what is considered the first intentional LSD trip in 1943, microdosed throughout the last couple of his decades of his life (he died in 2008).