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sclerotia of Claviceps purpurea , a parasitic fungal growth found on rye, barley, wheat and wild grasses. Publication of The Road to Eleusis enhanced the already distinguished careers of Wasson, widely acknowledged as the founder of ethnomycology, and of

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Validation of the Hungarian version of the short form of Spiritual Connection Questionnaire (SCQ-14)

A Spirituális Kapcsolat Kérdőív rövid változatának (SCQ-14) magyar validálása

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Barbara Csala and Ferenc Köteles

between this experience and values . Spirituality and Health International , 9 ( 4 ), 193 – 217 . Zinnbauer , B.J ., Pargament , K.I ., Cole , B ., Rye , M.S ., Butter , E.M ., Belavich , T.G ., Hipp , K.M ., Scott , A.B ., & Kadar , J

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: Robert Beckstead, Bryce Blankenagel, Cody Noconi, and Michael Winkelman

constitutional symptoms or residual effects known to occur with ergot poisoning ( Woolf, 2000 ), making poisoning by ergot-infected rye bread less likely. The manifest symptoms were attributed to potions made by Tituba, a South American Arawak Indian or Caribbean

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-like fungus ergot that grows on rye. The use of A. muscaria within the rituals of Dionysius and Apollo was secret and they were publicly portrayed as dangerous or ancient pagan practices to facilitate their cover-up. Even the manifestations in the ancient

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parasite of grasses, ergot has been present in the anthropic environment ever since humans began to be interested in wild grasses, placing them in cultivation and transforming them by selection into cereals – barley, rye, wheat, etc. The ingestion of ergot

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