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Site Suggestions and Bug Reports. / Book Reviews
« Last post by MythicNYC on February 07, 2008, 01:58:01 PM »
Anyone up to having a Book Review section? Where contributors can post reviews of books?

Plant and Seed Sources / Bouncing Bear Botanicals
« Last post by MythicNYC on February 07, 2008, 01:56:49 PM »
Hey there:
My one source lately has been Bouncing Bear Botanicals:

Very quick service quality products, great catalog!

General / Re: Hey all!--Introduce yourself!
« Last post by MythicNYC on February 07, 2008, 01:55:29 PM »
It appears Catfish beat me to a suggestion for Datura, as I cited in earlier post, but the more the merrier I say,
Names Anthony, live in NYC, and have grown varied plants, Datura, Morning glories, Wormwood, and a few others,--would be up for trading but will look into that with ya'll at a later time--I am an Independent Scholar who runs a literary society with my wife, currently drafting fiction based on my outdoors experience (listening to the trees and such), coupled with entheogenic creativity and historical episodes of archaic NYC--I am very interested how plants affect our creativity and mythological sub-creations, as a writer I seek the interconnectedness of all things through spirit and plants and what stories lie within the "invisible landscape".
Anyone in the NYC area or Northeast US that loves to hike and "get lost" in the woods let me know :-)

Site Suggestions and Bug Reports. / Entheogens Uses/Rites/ceremonies etc
« Last post by MythicNYC on February 07, 2008, 01:49:43 PM »
Greetings, and thank you on establishing what I feel can be, and is a valuable resource on Entheogens. One suggestion I have is how the particular plant/entheogen is utilized in various cultures, or inviting articles of such a topic. For instance, I am interested in the use of Datura amongst the Algonquins in the Northeast US, and am currently researching it for a academic/fiction project, but would love to see more info on the Algonquin wysoccan ceremony "coming of age" that involved Datura.
Would you be welcome to such articles? As a growing independent scholar myself I would be more than happy to contribute articles as I learn more on how various things are used, perhaps beginning with what I cite above.


General / Re: Hey all!--Introduce yourself!
« Last post by kada on February 07, 2008, 03:52:18 AM »
good to see both of you here.  i signed up a little while ago as well. looking good!  i love the idea of a site for the cultivation of these plants, it's a very welcome change of pace!!!
General / Re: Hey all!--Introduce yourself!
« Last post by catfish on January 30, 2008, 10:44:09 PM »
sup crazy!
catfish here
i thought i had registered b4
finally here
just made a D. stramonium entry suggestion
hope fully ill get the editor title as well
great site HD!
Site News / Re: Forum is up!
« Last post by catfish on January 30, 2008, 10:27:52 PM »
looks great
youve got the full support of
the Botanical Swap
great to have vendor links on page as well
Site News / Re: Plant photos!
« Last post by Entheopedia.Org on January 30, 2008, 09:05:41 AM »
Just a little update.

We now have about 50 pictures of 30 different plants and seeds, submitted by users.     

Members can now comment on photos, aswell as the individual plants.  You can view all the photos of a plant (if there are more than 4), by clicking on the 'View all photos' link at the bottom on the photos column (Ipomoea is an example).  You can also view all of a users photos.  The option is on the users profile, and the individual photo page.

We would like to welcome crazyreefer as an editor.  He will helping with adding plants and editing the entries.  He has also added the majority of the photos.

Any are open to any other suggestions and look forward to watching the site grow.

General / Hey all!--Introduce yourself!
« Last post by Planter on January 27, 2008, 06:14:31 PM »
Hey everyone! Figure I\'d start an introduction thread for newcomers and etc.

I am a student at the local university here in Minnesota, pursuing a degree in plant biology or horticulture (maybe both?!). I\'ve been a gardener for a few years now, got quite the green thumb from my father who grew up on a farm in the middle of nowhere in Poland.
I am in zone 3/4 so my cultivation of certain plants is restricted by that, but I make due with what I got!
Feel free to ask for any help!

As you may know, this site it set up in part with, and you can find me over there under the name \'crazydewman\'
Got lots to trade, and if you don\'t have anything to grow or trade, and would like to start, just ask!  we can help you out  ;)

Grow some plants, snap some pics, post some info!

See y\'all around!
Site News / Re: Plant photos!
« Last post by obtuse on January 26, 2008, 08:06:12 PM »
Yes, you need to respect other peoples copyright.

but it should be ok to use images that are copyright free, for example from wikipedia.

If do use those listed under "creative commons" etc. be sure to point out where they come from.

If we all pull our finger out and take pics of our seeds, seedlings and plants at different ages, this will become an amazing resource.

all good fun,

Cheers, Obtuse
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