Sunday New York Times Magazine ran a profile on visionary mycologist Merlin Sheldrake, which quotes him early on in the article, stating:
‘“If you had no head, no heart, no center of operations,” he began. “If you could taste with your whole body. If you could take a fragment of your toe or your hair and it would grow into a new you — and hundreds of these new yous could fuse together into some impossibly large togetherness. And when you wanted to get around, you would produce spores, this little condensed part of you that could travel in the air.” ‘
Remind ya of the Dennings and Phillips instructions for astral projection, some of Nuit’s statements in Liber AL? What do ‘shrooms know that we don’t?