Fleece cultivation

The Ambrosia Society was created by Don Teeter as a result of his research into Amanita Muscaria. They came to some very interesting conclusions although some of their work related to what they called 'the fleece' was later shown to be erroneous.
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Re: Fleece cultivation

Post by Mcpato » Tue Sep 22, 2020 3:38 pm

Druid z Podlesia wrote:
Tue Sep 22, 2020 4:59 am
Those black dots look like Aspergillus Niger, are you sure its psychoactive?
There are many hundreds and probably thousands of species of black spored molds. Before I was successful in growing the fleece, I had cultivated a handful of other molds with black spores that were definitely Not Psychoactive as well. You get pretty intimately familiar with their characteristics actually, and after having looked up Aspergillus Niger, I'm pretty certain it looks like one of my failed experiments! Anyways the fleece is much closer in characteristics to the Tempeh mold, Rhizopus Mucor. But unlike tempeh, I'm certain this is psychoactive yes!

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Re: Fleece cultivation

Post by stanley_haze » Sun Mar 20, 2022 2:01 pm

hi -

i'm growing the living bread on cooked barley spread thinly (maybe three grains in thickness) on a sieve and then put the sieve into a bigger bowl to have excess water run off, covered with a plat. within 36 hours i have a nicely covered barley i then dry in the oven below 50 degrees celcius. i eat it with yoghurt and herbs, grind it down to powder and put it into all kinds of meals, also milk. i have not figured out how to upload pictures, but will do so.
it is very important to spread the knowledge and donald teeter's techniques among the peoples to regain access to an easy to grow and handle sacred medicine, i feel. more than needed in times like these.

mush love from bavarea51,
thomas no more doubts

postus scriptum: thank you for the information provided on this page, it had guided me, along teeter's work in his book, throughout the process of growing, identifying and harvesting, as well as maturing the living bread.
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Re: Fleece cultivation

Post by fantanyl » Wed Mar 23, 2022 9:09 pm

stanley_haze wrote:
Sun Mar 20, 2022 2:01 pm
hi -

i'm growing the living bread on cooked barley spread thinly (maybe three grains in thickness) on a sieve and then put the sieve into a bigger bowl to have excess water run off, covered with a plat. within 36 hours i have a nicely covered barley i then dry in the oven below 50 degrees celcius. i eat it with yoghurt and herbs, grind it down to powder and put it into all kinds of meals, also milk. i have not figured out how to upload pictures, but will do so.
it is very important to spread the knowledge and donald teeter's techniques among the peoples to regain access to an easy to grow and handle sacred medicine, i feel. more than needed in times like these.

mush love from bavarea51,
thomas no more doubts

postus scriptum: thank you for the information provided on this page, it had guided me, along teeter's work in his book, throughout the process of growing, identifying and harvesting, as well as maturing the living bread.
Very happy to see new posts of other experimenters out there ! :D
I absolutly agree with you, the infos have to spread, i´ll also do what i can to share what i´ve learned about the fleece as soon as i really achieved to understand the right preparation and effects in a consistent way
here is what i have experienced with it yet:
viewtopic.php?f=40&t=35&start=60
i´m looking very foreward to see your pictures ! and hopefully the discussion about the fleece will become as alive again as the fleece does it over and over again :)
can you describe the effects you get from your preparations ?
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Re: Fleece cultivation

Post by stanley_haze » Sat May 28, 2022 11:42 pm

hello -

as the effects of 'golden milk' with a good spoon of dried and ground living bread slowly and carefully brought to boil in a 1:3 ratio of cream and fresh spring water, then sieved and consumed while mixing (it wants to lay down on the ground of the glass) are slowly coming up, i'm trying to keep this short and informative, although i have the feeling of presenting the whole story how amanita had come into and changed the experience of life.

both, amanita and the living bread, as well as lately, ambrosia as described by donald teeter in his book, have the following effects

on my temple: neck and back pain relief, not that i suffer much from it, but i've lifted many tons over the past twenty years, building stages
and doing construction as well as twenty years of snowboarding and skateboarding have left their marks in certain areas.

i might be one of the humans that can go with only 4h of sleep or less, but i feel, i get very good quality sleep for up to 6h
when working with low doses of the magical fungus/mucor

the endurance and power i get from it, the healing of wounds or bruises, let's say, the steady functioning of my organic
space ship is remarkable. i once had to run from the train station to the store and back to catch a connecting bus under
the influence of a small dose of mushroom, wondering about the depth of breathing and endless power to get the mission
accomplished. i somehow had to think about super mario while sprinting, which made me laugh out loud

my vision as well as the perception of light (and therefor darkness or let's say, shadows) seem to be enhanced even for days
after the cosumption

i've worked in ski resorts as well as on a glacier, have been taking ice baths for 4.5 years now and feel like it gives me a
certain feeling of warmth cozyness, although i'm trying to fast most of the day, so there's not much 'fuel' to burn

on my mind: i have come from a family which has been trained and also damaged in high stress situation. military, gastronomy, big
business, also alcohol, most damage probably due to the excessive consumption of sugar and white flower in early years.
never have i had it tested, but most symptoms would have qualified me as adhd. it might be the sugar and alcohol i've quit,
pretty much any meal i have not prepared myself, but the fungus gives me peace and the feeling of listening prior to s
speaking, although, we know, it makes you speak endlessly from time to time. i'm having very deep and long meditations
during walks (especially in winters, when light is flat and shadows are long, i find myself staring at trees, into the sun, onto
rivers and streams to get the reflection of the little sunlight we get in the alps during the dark season, i had been doing this
unconsciously and only reflect on it now while typing), hours of studying ancient philosophy or religions, digging for
information on mushroom cultivation etc. i had been severly traumatised by stressful family situations as well as jobs,
always having the feeling of something hadn't been finished. typical worcaholic syndrom stressing my young family. this
beautiful mushroom has shown me the importance of light and makes me want to work on issues both, outside and inside
myself in the most beneficial way for me and my surroundings, i feel. also, it gives me the urge to spread the information
on the highly valuable properties it brings. which most divine plants do in my case.

anyhow, this is just a very small fraction of my experience with this mushroom. i will study this forum to not fill it with any unneeded information that has already been written down, but, share my personal encounter with it in detail for the record. the most exciting and powerful insight i've gotten through it is, it has taught me that God is so much closer and easy to reach than any other school could have taught me. a truly divine helper.

good night from bavaria,
thomas (no doubts ;) )
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