Ibogaine as a Consciousness Enhancer
Ibogaine Spirituality Has Existed For Millennia
Growing wild in the West African forest, T. Ibogaine is a modest shrub, at most 7 ft high, with glossy leaves, bitter fruit and tiny flowers. It grows by the coast, in the valleys and mountains. Within 5-7 years, Ibogaine roots develop a unique chemistry. The roots have an outer, rough skin under which is a layer that contains copious amounts of indole alkaloids, one of which is Ibogaine.
Ibogaine As A Consciousness Enhancer
Opinions and traditions vary, but humans probably started consuming Ibogaine many hundreds if not thousands of years ago. And humans are not the only animal to eat Ibogaine. Most legends agree that the first human to eat Ibogaine did so by consuming the innards of a porcupine which had been chewing Ibogaine root. Forest elephants—known for vast understanding of the pharmacology of the forest—eat Ibogaine to this day
Animals seek out Ibogaine, but why? When one consumes a certain amount, an amount that’s very difficult to eat, one experiences a unique enhancement of consciousness. One experiences memories, strange visions and deep connectivity to the surrounding energies. Animals and humans use Ibogaine to ‘break through.’
The pineal gland has been at the core of spiritual traditions dating back thousands of years, spanning all inhabited continents. Prominently carved onto Buddhist statues, ceremoniously painted onto tribal faces, and deceptively displayed in the Vatican square, the pineal gland, known as the Third Eye, or Seat of the Soul, is still shrouded in mystery.
One of the culprits to the endless poverty, warfare, and illness in society today lies in humanity’s collective disconnection from their soul and their true divine nature. The key to awakening from this destructive dream lies in the pineal gland, a crystalline, cosmic antenna integrating multidimensional life-source into our five sense reality. Throughout the past few decades however, fluoride and other toxins have calcified this soul-gate, blocking many human beings from their divine guidance and limiting their personal power.
Iboga is an ancient shamanic plant medicine derived from the root bark of a curious tree, the Tabernanthe Iboga, which has been used for millenia by the Bwiti tribe of Equatorial West Africa as a ceremonial sacrament. Taken for its vast physical and psychological healing properties and as a right of passage and introduction to the spirit world, it opens the third eye and awakens one to their true spiritual nature. When ingested, the spirit of the plant awakens, projecting a celestial film within the mind’s eye of the initiate, teaching experientially through holographic vision and divine dialog. Also ridding the body of mind-numbing toxins, and freeing the mind from detrimental programming and limiting beliefs, this plant medicine offers serious promise as a tool for Western seekers in our collective quest to break free from the matrix and reconnect with Mother Earth.