Thursday, May 31, 2018

DMT: The Spirit Molecule (complete film)

Enigmas of the Universe; Audible484; Ananda, Dhr. Seven, Pat Macpherson, Wisdom Quarterly

DMT: The Spirit Molecule (2010)
The Spirit Molecule investigates DMT (dimethyltryptamine), an endogenous psychoactive entheogen. It exists in humans and numerous species of plants and animals because it is based on the amino acid tryptophan.

The documentary traces Dr. Rick Strassman's government-sanctioned, human DMT research and its many trials, tribulations, and inconceivable realizations.

American Indian shamans know the way.
A closer examination of DMT's effects through the lens of two traditionally opposed concepts, science and spirituality, The Spirit Molecule explores the connections between cutting-edge neuroscience, quantum physics, and human spirituality.

Dr. Strassman's research and the experiences of the human test subjects before, during, and after the intense clinical trials raise many intriguing questions.

A variety of experts voice their unique thoughts and experiences with DMT within their respective fields. As Dr. Strassman's story unfolds, the contributors weigh in on his remarkable theories, including the synthesis of DMT in our brain's pineal gland and its link to near-death experiences.

Waking Up with Psychedelics, May 31, 2018, 6:30-8:00 pm, Los Angeles

DMT: The History and Truth of '"The Spirit Molecule"
(Audible484, Aug. 31, 2017) DMT, also known as "The Spirit Molecule," is a very interesting and complex psychedelic agent. From seeing gods (devas) to gnomes and aliens, a DMT trip can be the greatest and most profound experience in a person's life. I've done many psychedelics in my life, but for whatever reason I always waited for DMT. I felt like I didn't really deserve it yet, and I knew it was something I wanted to wait for the right time to do. I tried for the first time last month and wow. Not only was it a great glimpse into what DMT really is, it was also a huge eye opener. I really didn't know what I was talking about. I presented theories as facts, and I needed to fix it. So that's what this video is. I hope you all enjoy it while also maybe learning a thing or two. See sources below.


SOURCES:,N-Dim...,,,,,,, Vine of Spirits: Ayahuasca), (Get Smart About Hallucinogens),,,,

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Waking up with Psychedelics, L.A. (May 31)

Ananda, Dhr. Seven, Ashley Wells, Pat Macpherson, Jen, Crystal Quintero, Wisdom Quarterly

What was the original Rx? DMT?
REVIEW: It was a cool Sunday night, traffic was light, and we wended our way to the cemetery to be with psychedelic researcher Dr. Charles Grob (UCLA), Trudy Goodman (Insight LA), Vince Horn (Buddhist Geeks), Spring Washam (shamanic Buddhist and East Bay meditation teacher), and stroke victim Ram Dass (Harvard's Dr. Alpert who coined the phrase "Be here now").
Waking up with Psychedelics ($75, May 13th)
We were there to learn about mind-expanding substances' role in "waking up," becoming enlightened, attaining altered states of meditation and understanding to elevate our consciousness. Dr. Grob had the most interesting things to say about psilocybin (mushrooms), MDMA (pharmaceutical grade ecstasy) and Phase 3 protocols to use entheogens for healing and opening.

FOMO is the "fear of missing out." For those who missed it, we are having it another event to continue the conversation ($10 on May 31, 2018 in Pasadena, look below for details). And although the house was at capacity with about 300 in attendance, a lot more people wanted to be there. But we sold it out rather quickly. First Dr. Christiane Wolf came out and said a few niceties introducing the supposed-moderator Vince Horn.
  • Vince made an important point that echoed throughout the night: There is no sense in boosterism or pessimism, people who are all for it no matter what, people who are all against it no matter what. That would be no discussion. Let's meet in the middle. Who can tell an adult what to do or not do? Who can be so foolish to think there is no danger? Mindset and setting are key. In between the extremes are the tolerant Buddhists. They don't say yes, don't say no, but say, "We'll see." They listen to the evidence, consider the potential, assess the risks, and do not fall prey to easy answers or magical thinking. This is about seeing reality, experiencing the fullness of consciousness, not checking out unmindfully. You are responsible for you.
We got everyone in who attended with us.
There was no "discussion" as such, no "conversation," so nothing to moderate. He said his peace, next person (Trudy) said her peace and then sort of took over, and before you knew it, the beloved and respected Ram Dass sucked all the air out of the room. Yawn. No one dared prompt or curtail him; he's far too old and important for that. Even gentle Trudy didn't dare.
Goodman, Salzberg, Kornfied...Ram Dass
Horn delivered his speech in muted tones admitting his own usage after many years as a sober, somber, straight-edge Theravada practitioner, a self-described "sanctimonious prick" who had a cool wife, who was present and very supportive. She smoked pot to deal with her family. Horn's trips were mostly gentle and opened him up to the possibility that substances might be helpful to the awakening process. They come with danger, he warned

Then Horn brought out "tolerant Buddhist" Trudy Goodman, who talked about taking acid (LSD) back in the day before finding meditation. She then became a single mother and an avid meditator and left those days behind. Today she's open to the discussion, and this was the official launch of that discussion, though as already said, not a lot of discussing took place. Her brother's bad acid trip, only his fourth, took him out for ten years. He's okay now. But to reiterate, these substances come with danger.

A return to Buddhist shamanism
A Fierce Heart (Spring Washam)
Spring Washam, a secret medicinal ayahuasca enthusiast (who runs Buddhist ayahuasca meditation retreats in Peru, where it is legal and used in the traditional method under the safe supervision of a real shaman in the jungle).

She first used it to overcome childhood trauma -- which we bet was sexual, but she did not specify -- after meditating for a long time and realizing that her "stuff" was still with her.

The plant medicine healed her, and right after the event, she got on a plane to return to the jungle for another retreat. She once spent more than a year training to be an ayahuascera or "plant shaman" using this entheogen.

Author, Buddhist Shaman Spring Washam
She has learned her lesson over the years and now carefully screens all participants rather than taking their word for it that they are stable and secure enough to handle the trauma-healing and potentially trauma-inducing experience.

She is only one of two people of color (POC) teaching insight meditation in the Bay Area and is the author of Fierce Heart: Finding Strength, Courage, and Wisdom in Any Moment.

Scientific research at UCLA
Then came the most fascinating speaker of the night, psychedelic researcher Dr. Charles S Grob, M.D. He had as much good to say about MDMA as magic mushrooms (psilocybe) and has not studied LSD, as others do. Details below. The published research has been amazing, progressing apace, and confirmed to help with the psychological trait known as "openness." One case dealt with the social anxiety of a high functioning autistic patient, who was relieved of his suffering.

UCLA psychedelic researcher Dr. Grob
There has been success in treating depression, palliative care for end-of-life patients, as well as giving meaning to life for those suffering existential issues. There are various phases in such research. Phase 1 protocols test the safety of a substance. Phase 3 attempts to heal. Various research facilities around the country, at the most prestigious universities in the land, are running simultaneous studies using the same protocol. Most satisfying for Dr. Grob has been how open other researchers and doctors have become to the very idea of using ancient substances -- which we have thanks to the indigenous people of this country. Not all news is good needs, but Grob notes that in just the past week, four positive articles on the issue have been published, with articles in the New York Times, Washington Post, and San Francisco Chronicle, which didn't used to be very friendly or encouraging to this line of medical and mental health research. His research is published, and more is coming, and interest is growing.

I was Dr. Richard Alpert at Harvard U. I took LSD, went to India, and became Ram Dass.
Then Goodman brought out Ram Dass, who brought the show to a grinding halt. Our anticipation had been heightened to see the legend live (via Skype) by a short biographical video narrated by Oprah. She asked him if he continued to take psychedelic drugs after meeting his guru, having gone from being a secular Jew to a spiritual Buddhist to a kind of Hindu devotee of a maha rishi ("great seer"). Asked this right out of the gate, Ram Dass paused, hemmed and hawed, and paused some more and some more and some more. Wait, did the video screen freeze? No, he blinked. He's just not answering.

Ram Dass (formerly Dr. Richard Alpert)
No one warned us that he was suffering from a terrible case of Broca's aphasia (a severe impairment in language function due to trauma of a certain portion of the brain related to the ability to speak fluently following a severe stroke that almost killed him 20 years ago, leaving him with only a 10% chance of survival). He was in a wheelchair, and now he lives with an attendant (seen behind him on screen) in Hawaii. Finally, he answered, "Off and on," and everyone laughed uproariously to deal with the discomfort. Then it went on like that. Speaking now takes him between 30 and 40 times longer than it should. So each second of normal speaking now takes about 35 seconds. So there was time to nap. And 20 minutes later, after a long and rambling story (that if compressed must be as funny as it is interesting), he asked, "Am I talking too much?" Everyone laughed. He must have caught on, now that we were long out of time, that he might be taking too long to say a simple thing. He does not teach with words, he claimed. He had learned to teach with unconditional love eyes, just as his Himalayan guru gave him the first time they met.
Sorry, no time for questions, conversation, or discussion. Please buy books on the way out. The mixed-sex bathroom line was out the door. And all that waiting, yet nobody was talking about what we had just seen. There was a bar. Why was there a bar? There was a big foyer to have a spirited discussion in. But this is L.A. Nobody talks in L.A., nor do they walk. It was out to the cemetery parking lot ("Hollywood Forever" is a really cool cemetery that annually celebrates Dia de Los Muertos in full view of the Hollywood sign).

We want more. We want to meditate. We want a chance to ask questions, to contribute to the conversation, to share and discuss experiences, and learn what the Buddha had to say about it.
  • What is the modern medical research on entheogens?
  • What is the ancient Native American shaman approach?
  • Why, according to the Vinaya, are Buddhist monastics allowed to smoke?
  • Why did the Buddha single out only alcohol as running counter to the Five Precepts?
  • What is the fifth precept actually -- since all of them are commonly misunderstood and interpreted in accordance with our cultural biases rather than those of the Buddha's time?
We'll find out on a very special night:
  • Dharma Meditation Initiative at PasaDharma
  • "Waking up with Psychedelics: Medicine (Drugs), Meditation, Enlightenment"
  • Thursday, May 31, 2018, 6:30-8:30 PM
  • Sequoyah School inside The Neighborhood UU Church, Rm. 23
  • 301 N. Orange Grove Bl. (near Colorado Bl.), Pasadena 91103
  • Donation: $10 (admission with RSVP)
Waking Up with Psychedelics: Deep conversation about entheogens and enlightenment

"Mark to the Beast": Calcified Third Eye (video)

Gaia's David Wilcock (; Ananda M., Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

(Divine Truth 2018) Secrets of DMT and the Third Eye: David Wilcock (Edgar Cayce reborn) explains the significance of DMT as produced in the pineal gland or "third eye" (the "divine eye" or dibba-cakkhu, part of the mystical special knowledges in Buddhism). Here is how to de-calcify the pineal gland.

Milk is BAD for you (video)

Abby Martin (Breaking the Set/RT); Ashley Wells, Seth Auberon, Dhr. Seven, Wisdom Quarterly

Milk Does Your Body Bad: Brainwash Update
Host Abby Martin takes a look at milk, its association with radioactive contamination, and facts pointing at how animal milk consumption is unnatural for humans, particularly adults, and certainly doesn't do our body good.  It, in fact, promotes bone LOSS called osteoporosis due to its acidic nature, which the body much leach from its bones to neutralize.

Would you bend over and suck a cow's bacteria smeared teats in the field to get milk? Gross! That's beastiality. But that's what one would have to do to get milk from a mammal outside of its own species in the wild.
So much for its calcium content, it actually ends up with us losing more calcium and other minerals trying to digest it than are contained in it. It makes one fat since its existence in the world is to fatten a baby calve into a cow or bull of tremendous weight in a very short time. It causes cancer. It makes us full of mucous. It harms the thyroid.
And because cows -- which are all female (as most bulls are killed for not producing milk and being undocile) and shot through with hormones, animal-grade drugs that are illegal for direct human consumption, and biowaste products from their painful treatment -- milk ends up being full of pus. Look in the bottle. The product is artificially "homogenized" and "pasteurized" to prevent unsightly separation and curdling. The first tears up the fats in milk, and the second cooks out the enzymes and potentially-beneficial probiotics.

Learn about the Cowspiracy (
It contains casein, a kind of hard to digest protein. It contains lactose, which most adult humans cannot tolerate. So they suffer symptoms -- rashes, bad breath, indigestion, gas, indigestion, discomfort, acne, fatigue, lethargy, and so on. They also suffer from the consumption of second hand pesticides concentrated in the grain, cement, and cannibalized cows these natural vegetarian animals are fed to make them grow in size. Cows in nature would eat grasses, sprouts, and other livings foods, not stale and contaminated haw, straw, GMO soy, wheat, corn, sorghum, trash, and other industrial commodities. The wrong diet along with all of the added artificial antibiotics, growth hormones, and pharmaceuticals they are given go right into consumers of dairy and meat.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Land Beyond the Poles (video)

Jayson (video, Dec. 23, 2017); Pat Macpherson, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

There is hidden land we are not told about, multi-dimensions, worlds beyond alleged South Pole

FREE "Dolores" Oxy College screening (June 1)

ISLA (Institute for the Study of L.A.); Crystal Quintero, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Lummis Day, MAC, and ISLA present a free screening of the documentary Delores.

Dolores Huerta ( is among the most important, though least known, activists in American history. An equal partner in co-founding one of the first farm workers' unions with Cesar Chavez, her enormous contributions have gone largely unrecognized.

Dolores is a movie about Huerta, who tirelessly led the fight for racial and labor justice alongside Chavez, becoming one of the most defiant feminists of the 20th century. She continues the fight to this day, at age 87.

With intimate and unprecedented access to this intensely private mother of 11, the film reveals the raw, personal stakes involved in committing one’s life to social change. Directed by Peter Bratt.

(DN!) Great US civil rights leader, co-founder of Nat'l Farm Workers Assn.
  • On Facebook (Foundation)
  • Friday, June 1st, 7:00 pm
  • Thorne Hall, Occidental College
  • Followed by panel Q&A with union organizer and California Senate candidate Maria Elena Durazo and Chicana historian Ana Elizabeth Rosas led by Chicano/Latino arts advocate Tomas Benitez
Co-sponsored by: (90.7 FM Los Angeles, 98.7 FM Santa Barbara), Highland Park Independent Film Festival (HPIFF), Institute for the Study of Los Angeles, Occidental College, Occidental College Media Arts & Culture Department.

Lummis Day 2018
The final 2018 Viva Poetry Workshop with Lori Bedikian will take place on the last day of Lummis Day, June 3rd, at El Alisal (aka The Lummis Home).

The Lummis Day/ISLA Viva Poetry Series is made possible by Ahmanson Charitable Community Trust with additional support from the Arts and Urban Experience Initiative, which is generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Vesak: Buddha's Birthday celebration (May 29)

DIMC; Ananda (Dharma Meditation Initiative), Crystal Quintero, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly

Dhammakaya Int'l Meditation Center, Azusa
Dhammakaya International Meditation Center (DIMC) is a Theravada Thai Buddhist center. On this sacred night, people from every Buddhist tradition participate. FREE.

Vesak Day (the Buddha's birthday, enlightenment day, and passing into final-nirvana day) is the most important holiday in Buddhism.

"World peace through inner peace"
It commemorates the life of the historical Buddha marking the anniversary of three major events in the Buddha’s life that all occurred on the full moon day of the sixth lunar month called Vesak.

Come participate in a Peace Point Meditation and candle-lighting ceremony. Dress in white. RSVP FREE.

Ancient stone relief of early Indian Buddhists (monks on the left, a lay couple on the right, with statues behind them) circumambulating a stupa (reliquary) in a chaitya temple (wiki).
Dharma Meditation Initiative - -
    Design we will lay out with lit candles
  • 6:30 PM Registration
  • 7:00 PM Welcome by presiding monk, brief speech by honored guest
  • 7:15 PM Offering of requisites to monastic community (Sangha), chanting and blessings by Sangha
  • 7:40 PM Meditation
  • 8:00 PM Candlelight circumambulation
  • Lighting of ceremonial lanterns
  • Candlelight Vigil for World Peace
  • 8:30 PM ceremony ends/commemorative gifts for all
Arrangement of chairs, clad in white, in front of Dhammakaya Center, Azusa, 2017 (WQ)

    Pineal gland activation SECRETS (video)

    EsotericCosmos, 12/31/13; Crystal Quintero, Seth Auberon, Sheldon S., Wisdom Quarterly

    Pineal Gland Activation Secrets: Third Eye Conspiracy
    This video reveals the greatest cover up in human history. It's the pineal gland. Learn how to activate it to awaken the third eye and extrasensory perception. We have super powers we never knew existed. Knowledge is power. Applied knowledge is FREEDOM. With conscious awareness everyone can benefit this planet. More info about awakening: Namaste.

    Visit to a Mahayana Buddhist temple in Shanxi, China

    Fluoride is poison? (video)

    Abby Martin (breakingtheset); Melissa Melton; Seth Auberon, Pfc. Sandoval, Wisdom Quarterly

    (RT) Fluoride is Poison: Brainwash Update Abby Martin takes a look at 50 years of toxic fluoridation in America, outlining the adverse health effects and breaking the MYTH that it helps prevent tooth decay. What does it do? Breaking the Set,

    Fluoride is Poison
    I wrote a letter to the editor to end water fluoridation in my city. Check it out, and borrow it for your city:

    We are being forcibly medicated with fluoride in municipal tap water across the US, even though fluoride is a DRUG, a chemical waste product of aluminum production contaminated with lead and arsenic.* It is the main ingredient in rat poison and many pesticides. There are thousands of studies* that show the harmful effects of fluoridated water on our bodies.

    If one swallows fluoride toothpaste, THE LABEL urges you to call the Poison Control Center immediately. But we are urged to drink eight glasses of fluoridated water? Before that fluoride is dumped into the water system, it is regarded as an extreme biohazard and toxic industrial waste product. As soon as it hits the water we will drink, that designation ends. Where is the logic? It's just as toxic.

    It is absolutely unnecessary to drink. (Other forms of it sometimes exist in water, and too much of it corrodes teeth). The bottom line: fluoridating tap water has nothing to do with teeth. Since when does something we are forced to drink (because when it gets in the tap water, it gets in everything -- canned foods, showers, vegetables, fruits... 

    Hitler and NAZIs had a good reason for fluoridating water in concentration camps. There was no concern for Jewish, homosexual, Gypsy and other undesirables' dental health. They added fluoride to pacify the prisoners and keep them docile -- just like Prozac (a fluoride product) does. Now we're drinking it?
    People in cities all over the U.S. have petitioned their representatives to get fluoride out of their water. Many have won the battle. Here are a few scientific studies on the harmful impacts of fluoride:

    *Scientific studies

    "Beyond The Grave: The Afterlife" (video)

    DocSpot (video); Dr. Long; Dhr. Seven, Crystal Quintero, Seth Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly

    There are some big concepts the Buddha made clear, distinguishing the Buddha-Dharma from other ancient Indian teachings. While the Brahmins studied and taught the Vedas, which Hinduism claims as its oldest roots, the Buddha said NO to the Vedas.

    He rejected them as absolute authority. To the problem of samsara ("The Continued Wander On through Rebirth") he found a different solution than another rebirth in the heavens.

    Other popular religions (Christianity, Islam, Jainism...) promise that rebirth in "heaven" is best. But the Buddha said all of these heavens, and there are many, are actually:
    • impermanent, though long lasting.
    • unsatisfactory/disappointing, though very pleasant.
    • impersonal, though they may appear as "our true home" (because having been there, we were there for a long time).
    Prajna Paramita personified
    Neither the Buddha nor fully enlightened disciples are sitting in a heaven, a human plane, or a hell, of which there are many of each.

    They have awakened from this illusion and transcended all states of suffering. The Buddha called this awakening (bodhi) the path to nirvana.

    But nirvana is a tricky word we will necessarily misunderstand according to our bias as either "eternal life" for spiritual types or "annihilation" for scientific types.

    It "can't" be anything else; it "must" be one or the other. But it is something else, something altogether different (the unconditioned element). People will not know that unless and until they transcend this illusion and escape to reality.

    Many "heavens" (sagga), many "Gods," many worlds in 31 Planes of Existence

    Doctor claims evidence of afterlife: Dr. Long on the Today Show
    (Anewpersonalparadigm, Nov. 20, 2010) Dr. Jeffrey Long was on the Today Show on Jan. 20, 2010. This is a short near-death experience (NDE) video because it's always interesting to hear the stories of NDE survivors. They can provide consistent evidence for our survival beyond physical death, which makes for fertile ground and fascinating perspectives in the Atheist vs. Theist debate.

    Dr. Long and Paul Perry wrote Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences.

    “There is currently more scientific evidence to the reality of near death experience (NDE) than there is for how to effectively treat certain forms of cancer,” states radiation oncologist Dr. Jeffrey Long is his groundbreaking new book Evidence of the Afterlife
    In 1998 Dr. Long and his wife, Jody, began the Near Death Experience Research Foundation ( with the goal of creating a forum for near death “experiencers” to share their stories.
    Grounded in first-hand evidence culled from over 1,600 verified NDE accounts, Evidence of the Afterlife presents the strongest argument yet for the underlying truth of those who have died and returned to share their tales. More

    Monday, May 28, 2018

    USA: we are a country of WAR (video)

    War glorification, there's nothing like it. Kill and kill again, do it "self defense," and say there's nothing wrong with what I'm doing. I kill in fear, in hate, in craving (for what others have) and, of course, in ignorance of how life works, full of wrong views about things.

    Most INSANE Bullets in the World
    Check out the most insane bullets in the world! This Top 10 list of the scariest and deadliest ammunition creates some of the most dangerous military weapons ever. But don't worry, police have them, too.
    • 11: Dragon’s Breath Rounds Dragon’s breath rounds consist of mostly magnesium pellets and shards. These are considered some of the most exotic shotgun rounds ever. It is not considered a tactical load and is really just for "fun." It can be quite dangerous. Fire danger, causes severe burns and blindness.
    • 10. Hollow Point bullets have a hollow in the point that causes it to expand as it hits a body, causing massive damage to tissue. They are outlawed for use in warfare, and in many countries and states in the U.S., but these illegal rounds are used by some law enforcement personnel and ordinary gun owners claiming self-defense.
    • 9. Railgun Projectiles are fired by a US Navy [and US Space Command, which is run by the Navy] electromagnetic railgun. It is a pulse super weapon. This futuristic projectile is safer to store (stockpile) than explosive ammunition and much cheaper. The railgun can fire a hardened projectile that blasts anything it hits like a meteorite from outer space.
    • 8: The .577 Tyrannosaur is like T-Rex: It was one of the deadliest carnivores. T-Rex had teeth the size of bananas and could swallow 500 pounds of flesh in a bite. This bullet does that.
    • 7. Nuclear Bullets are tipped with fissile material. After the collapse of the USSR, the media started reporting on the presence of a mysterious weapon developed since the 1960s. According the original article which was published in Russian, Soviet physicists were producing nuclear bullet fillers out of an element called Californium. (Those savages! The US would never do anything like that...unless using uranium in ammo counts).
    • 6: Depleted Uranium Silver Bullets were developed by the US. They are not depleted. They are radioactive. While Soviet nuclear bullets read like science fiction, depleted uranium bullets (DUs), are pure fact. These rounds ignite on impact and penetrate through thick hardened steel, making them the ultimate tank killers. We have caused more cases of leukemia in people using them, but shhhh, don't tell anyone! We don't want to have to pay reparations or be taken to the International Court of Justice for war crimes and crimes against humanity.

    • 5: Flash Thunder Grenade Ammo is not your typical shotgun round. A shot produces a blinding flash with an extremely powerful blast of 182 decibels. A few more decibels (195 dB) and human eardrums rupture. Jet planes taking off produce only 165 dB.
    • 4: Macho Gaucho Rounds mimic the appearance of the bolas (“balls”), a device made by linking two heavy balls with a string of one or two feet. Gauchos (South American cowboys) have used this contraption for hundreds of years to hunt game and capture cattle since it entangles an animal’s legs causing it to trip.
    • 3: Jihawg Ammo is labeled the most controversial round in the universe. It is the subject of much criticism and ridicule, even in the gun-owning community. Its creators, believed to be some racist Idaho gun owners, were sitting around a campfire enjoying their alcohol when they came up with this Islamophobic and xenophobic idea. Many pigs died in the making.
    • 2: Punt Gun Shells are used in the largest shotgun ever, used avidly by wildfowl hunters in the 19th and 20th centuries. It's more a cannon than a shotgun. A typical punt gun averaged 8'4" (eight feet four inches) in length, weighed 43 kg, and had a bore diameter of 2 inches (51 mm).
    • 1: G-2 Research R.I.P. Bullet or the shredder tops this list of insane bullets. It is a Radically Invasive Projectile, nicknamed the “Rest In Peace” [Pieces] bullet. Many consider it the world’s deadliest bullet, and the manufacturer markets it as “the last round you’ll ever need.”
    Is karma real?
    Before you start shooting, ask this question: Is karma real? The Buddha gave an example in answer to this question. If we say there is no result of killing (no karmic consequences to ever be faced as a result of the action of depriving living beings of life) then one would saying that, If a person were to ride atop a larger roller of blades slicing many people into pieces as a mass murderer, there would be nothing to come of it?