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SO I SOUGHT FOR A MAN AMONG THEM WHO WOULD MAKE A WALL, AND STAND IN THE GAP BEFORE ME ON BEHALF OF THE LAND (CANADA). THAT I SHOULD NOT DESTROY IT; BUT I FOUND NO ONE.

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Man trying to bring psychedelic religion

Courtesy: Herald News
One Halifax man is hoping to turn a transformative trip into a certified religion. Ricky Goodall, a professional lifestyle coach, is hoping to bring a new religion to Nova Scotia that’s focused on a South American psychedelic spiritual ceremony — including drinking Ayahuasca.
Ayahuasca is a brew used as spiritual medicine in ceremonies among the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon. The brew is said to have hallucinogenic affects, causing profound experiences among its users. There are plenty of side effects to taking the drug. Users typically experience nausea followed by intense, repetitive vomiting. Other side effects include profuse sweating, tremors, and increased blood pressure and heart rate. The religion — called Younism, referring to the idea that everyone creates their own reality — is expected to be certified as religion in Nova Scotia .

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