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Putting Addictions to Rest

Postby witchpriest » Sun Jan 24, 2016 10:45 pm

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Re: Putting Addictions to Rest

Postby Nahemah » Mon Jan 25, 2016 1:53 am

Looks amazing with all the snow, it only lasted a day here and melted.

Black mirror?
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Re: Putting Addictions to Rest

Postby Kami » Mon Jan 25, 2016 6:40 am

In case that does not work,
Let us preserve your intention,
Let us reinvent the idea,
So that good may come of it. ~

Heart Grown in Lab:


Theory:

How to "put addictions to rest";

Let's say we want a cure for the drug addiction of crystal meths,
This is how one would go about finding such a cure,

1.) Find someone who is allergic to crystal meth.
2.) Study their heart - copy their heart's neural structure.
3.) Grow a heart in the lab - a heart with blood type "o", and with the same neural structure as the heart that has allergy towards the drug "crystal m".

Have a library of these hearts,
Ready for busyness.

To put the war on drugs ... onto a path of success!

If a criminal gets caught doing something so bad - under the influence of " C. M." - they lose their right to have their heart,
And it gets replaced with the lab grown heart.

Problem solved!

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Re: Putting Addictions to Rest

Postby witchpriest » Tue Jan 26, 2016 11:40 pm

Nahemah wrote:Black mirror?


Yes it is, I have two of them, one big for various rituals, one smaller on my altar, and even an obsidian ball. The dark surface works better for scrying for me. I even use the old ink in a small container of water trick when I don't have my ritual items. For my travel altar I have a little pouch with several dark reflective stones. I am all about scrying :)
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Re: Putting Addictions to Rest

Postby witchpriest » Tue Jan 26, 2016 11:44 pm

Kurokami wrote:Problem solved!


I don't doubt that would put a big dent in crimes! However, I have never committed any crime other than drug possession, and that would be a dystopian world I would not want to be a part of! I believe in the power of human kind to learn from our mistakes and move forward. I beat my addictions the old fashioned way, with hard detox and changing my negative behavior. This ritual was about tobacco use, I had already stopped of my own free will, just needed a symbolic funeral :)
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