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They considered this “virgin birth” to have been the result of the morning dew, which was seen as the semen of the deity.The silver tinsel we drape onto our modern Christmas tree represents this divine fluid.Santa Claus, super shaman Although the modern image of Santa Claus was created at least in part by the advertising department of Coca-Cola, in truth his appearance, clothing, mannerisms and companions all mark him as the reincarnation of these ancient mushroom-gathering shamans.One of the side effects of eating amanita mushrooms is that the skin and facial features take on a flushed, ruddy glow.This is why Santa is always shown with glowing red cheeks and nose. ” is the euphoric laugh of one who has indulged in the magic fungus. When it was time to go out and harvest the magical mushrooms, the ancient shamans would dress much like Santa, wearing red and white fur-trimmed coats and long black boots.These peoples lived in dwellings made of birch and reindeer hide, called “yurts.” Somewhat similar to a teepee, the yurt’s central smokehole is sometimes used as an entrance when the snow is deep, or by a shaman for ceremonial purposes.The mushroom caps are the fruit of the larger mycelium beneath the soil which exists in a symbiotic relationship with the roots of the tree.To ancient people, these mushrooms were literally “the fruit of the tree.” Ancient peoples were amazed at how these magical mushrooms sprang from the earth without any visible seed.

Reindeer were the sacred animals of these semi-nomadic people, as the reindeer provided food, shelter, clothing and other necessities.This is because they contain potent hallucinogenic compounds, and were used by ancient peoples for insight and transcendental experiences.Most of the major elements of the modern Christmas celebration, such as Santa Claus, Christmas trees, magical reindeer and the giving of gifts, are originally based upon the traditions surrounding the harvest and consumption of these most sacred mushrooms.This tradition is echoed in the modern stringing of popcorn and other items.The psychedelic journeys taken under the influence of the amanita were also symbolized by a stick reaching up through the smokehole in the top of the yurt.

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