ACTRESS, DANIELE WATTS, RACIALLY PROFILED AS A PROSTITUTE?
Currently cast as Martin Lawrence’s daughter on FX network’s “Partners”, actress Daniele Watts says LAPD allegedly detained her because they thought she was a prostitute. Watts and her boyfriend, Brian James Lucas, who is white, were briefly detained and questioned after they were seen showing affection in public. LAPD released a statement saying they were responding to a citizens complaint regarding indecent exposure.
Watts said the officers “accosted me and forced me into handcuffs” after she refused “to agree that I had done something wrong by showing affection, fully clothed, in a public place.” Her boyfriend when asked for his ID gave it to the officer, while she refused “to give it, because they had no right to do so.” Watts was put in the cop car, while Lucas was questioned about who she was and their relationship.
Both were quickly let go after LAPD concluded that no crime had been committed. Daniele and her boyfriend are speaking with the media, lawyers, and the NAACP regarding this incident. Very brave, Daniele! - Blue Honey’s Mama
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Allow this track, Spotless Mind, to be the melodic guide for this cosmic audio released by Jhene Aiko called “Souled Out”. She calmed us with “Sailing Souls” so we would fall in love with her and fall in love again with the act of love. Then she forced us to let go of everything and become free with, “Sail Out”, giving a liberating, no fucks given vibe. Interesting to report, mainstream reviews of this album so far have been a bit bias, calling it background music, boring, or something to fall asleep to.
However, for those who were hungry for fresh music, Jhene brings a poetic, atmospheric energy maybe only PBR&B lovers will appreciate. Lyrics expressing relatable pressures, wanders, and passions so freely, every gypsy and moonchild can rejoice in satisfaction.
I have to personally thank Jhene Aiko for my new binaural beats. - Blue Honey’s Mama
You and I may not be able to fully read and understand this figure completely, but it’s more evidence we can add to the positives of psilocybin, psychoactive substance in magic mushrooms. This study was recently published in Human Brain Mapping, a peer-reviewed journal of research based on brain activity.
15 healthy subjects were scanned and monitored before, during, and after being administered psilocybin. According to the researchers, the substance positively increased and lowered brain function in the regions of the brain that control emotions, ego, and memory. Neuro-imaging concluded psilocybin activates a dreamlike state, a hyperactive quality of consciousness.
The more studies, the better and closer opportunity for psychedelics to be redeemed as medicine for our mind, body, and soul. - Blue Honey’s Mama
The Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell detail the practic-alities of the experiment and give Huxley’s vivid account of his im-mediate experience and the more prolonged effect upon his sub-sequent thinking and awareness. At first, the reader is drawn in by the sheer naivety and tom-foolery of the proposal but is soon caught in a finely woven net by the juxtaposition of Huxley’s formidable intellect, his remarkable ability to convey the experience in such acute and truthful detail, and his incredible modesty.
Two classic complete books — The Doors of Perception (originally published in 1954) and Heaven and Hell(originally published in 1956) — in which Aldous Huxley, author of the bestselling Brave New World, explores, as only he can, the mind’s remote frontiers and the unmapped areas of human consciousness. These two astounding essays are among the most profound studies of the effects of mind-expanding drugs written in the twentieth century. These two books became essential for the counterculture during the 1960s and influenced a generation’s perception of life.
Huxley explores the mind’s remote frontiers and the unmapped areas of human consciousness.
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The skin has been shed, not it’s time for real change.
I have decided to build a platform for my site that will allow me to reach and possibly touch many, many more! Blue Honey is getting a makeup over next month! You may have noticed minor posting on my end, but I assure you, there is greatness to come! Thanks goes to you all that have followed, I appreciate your support. Feel free to check the home site to watch the progress, also stay tuned for the kickstarter info for Blue Honey, as well as the launch date!
Namaste. ~ Blue Honey’s Mama
I decided to watch this film from the synopsis alone.This has to be the most fascinating documentary I’ve seen in awhile. It’s gritty and raw, yet inspiring and captivating. I mean after watching it, so many things now make sense to me. I drive on Sunset Blvd almost every week, now I know about some history behind the L.A. Hippie movement. Respect to those who lived and experienced this beautiful cult, and decided to share the one of a kind story. The doc is actually on Netflix, so I dare you to light up some medicinal and check it out with an open mind. Namaste!
(Source: eekie, via chelseavonchaz)
SiHKAL: Shulgins I Have Known and Loved | VICE United States.
An epic love-fest on the man who birthed Ecstasy in a test-tube.
Rest in Peace & Paradise, Alexander “Sasha” Shulgin 1925-2014
The Joyous Cosmology is Alan Watts’s exploration of the insight that the consciousness-changing drugs LSD, mescaline, and psilocybin can facilitate “when accompanied with sustained philosophical reflection by a person who is in search, not of kicks, but of understanding.” More than an artifact, it is both a riveting memoir of Watts’s personal experiments and a profound meditation on our perennial questions about the nature of existence and the existence of the sacred.