OMG, I kept hearing the name Leo Gura and thought he might be one of the “wiser” adults in this circus of psychedelic retards, but...that’s him? He’s like the creepy 6th year college senior that sold shrooms to freshman.This is the same guy who told Connor on the phone he's lost it, interesting:
Leo: "I’m god, I'm omniscient. I hope this is recording...... Hold on, who is at my door?"
The crappy thing is that many people are like Conner, oblivious that they have any underlying mental illness or are at risk. The shitty thing about certain mental illnesses, esp some of the nastier ones, is that people don’t realize anything is wrong.We need better drug education in this country. For far too long this 1960s attitude of DMT, LSD and other psychedelic drugs being casual drugs you can just pop on a weekend and move on is not and has never been true. Shit like this makes me sad because it so easily could have been prevented. People need be told if you have or your family have a history of mental illness you are taking a massive risk taking psychedelic's. These are incredibly powerful drugs and just because you can't OD on the majority of them unless you take astronomical amounts doesn't mean you can't fuck your brain up permanently with one bad trip that leads you into a psychotic state.
That's the scariest part for sure. Most of these serious mental illness like the ones you listed tend to not even appear until you're well into your 20s. You can be a totally normal, functioning and even excelling person who has two mentally sound parents and is on his way to success then hit your mid 20s and schizophrenia sets in. Robs you of your future.The crappy thing is that many people are like Conner, oblivious that they have any underlying mental illness or are at risk. The shitty thing about certain mental illnesses, esp some of the nastier ones, is that people don’t realize anything is wrong.
Half the battle with some illnesses like bipolar, schizophrenia or mania/psychosis is that people don’t realize they have a problem, they are more apt to believe they are fine, or that the world is the problem, or their parents, or the govt or the Illuminati. So the people most at risk for a really bad reaction to psychedelics are the people the least likely to realize it or be risk adverse to trying them.
Archiving:I don't understand what is happening in the video but I also can't make it all the way through. He's putting on this weird accent / druggie cadence that is super annoying. Is he trying to say it was all a play or something?
He’s lost his mind, but it’s amusing to pick out from the crazy that his ego was so large that being a “YT personality” did not at all satisfy his ego and he wanted to ascend to religious/cult leader.
Who is thatThat's the scariest part for sure. Most of these serious mental illness like the ones you listed tend to not even appear until you're well into your 20s. You can be a totally normal, functioning and even excelling person who has two mentally sound parents and is on his way to success then hit your mid 20s and schizophrenia sets in. Robs you of your future. View attachment 2220302
Ayahuasca every two hours would make the most sane person lose their fucking mind. It is absolutely not a fun recreational psychedelic like shrooms or LSD, nor one that you can function on in daily life.Glad someone else pointed out the accent--that was driving me a little crazy.
Owen Benjamin's spiral came after that 300 mg THC edible he did on Joey Diaz's podcast. I don't think weed makes you crazy, but 300 mg is a crazy high dose for someone who doesn't do that, and could certainly trigger a preexisting psychological condition if not prepared.
Ayahuasca every 2 hours would almost certainly bring out any latent problems.
You're right, its pretty much guarenteed to clean you out. In fact before taking it its recommended you assume that its gonna come out both ends and prepare accordingly.Ayahausca also makes you purge, doesn't it? Like a DMT trip on its own is fairly "clean" but an ayahausca trip gives you the hallucination PLUS cleans you out. Vomiting is part of the experience. How the fuck can he stay on it for so long and still be alive?
My understanding was that culturally, ayahausca is only meant to be taken once in your life, or at least some limited amount. You're supposed to have your big awakening, learn something from it, and move on. I guess some people are slow learners.
Where the hell is he in this latest coming out video? Is he in his closet? His basement? I'm still unable to really follow his schizo-ramblings, but it seems like him being gay is also some kind of 'act'. Or maybe that was him being straight. Apparently he loves Bryson Dechambeau because "he slurps up my semen".