Hologenic Wapaq

Holgenic encoding of Wapaq, Spring Water, Organic Mezcal

Delicious is the Wapaq.
Madness is the Wapaq.
“All things are mine” saith Wapaq
“Let there be no others before me.”
I am the God seen and the God unseen,
The Hidden God and the great revealer.
In some circles I’m rather tranquil and beautific,
The essence of Ineffable Mystery and Great Bliss.
To others I’m the Great Carouser:
“Let’s get fucked up, lets eat Wapaq”
– Dale Pendell

Single Bottle $35

A single 10ml dropper bottle of Hologenic Wapaq containing 40 doses. 50/50 organic alcohol and spring water hologenically encoded with the frequency of wild harvested Wapaq


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Triple Pack $90

3 X single 10ml dropper bottle of Hologenic Wapaq containing 40 doses each. 50/50 organic alcohol and spring water hologenically encoded with the frequency of wild harvested Wapaq.


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Wapaq  has been used extensively in the northern hemisphere for a range of visionary and superhuman states. It also has the ability to suspend time by giving the user the ability to be completely intoxicated in the task being performed. This would have been useful in the long Scandinavian winters where absorption in tedious tasks for hours on end would have been crucial for sanity and productivity.

The earliest evidence of Wapaq  use as an intoxicant is based on linguistic analysis of languages from northern Asia. Around 4000 BCE
The ancient Indo-Europeans called the Wapaq  mushroom “Maga” (The Great Gift) and so great was this Gift that its fame and name echoes down the ages as the root of our modern word Magic. The “Magus” or “Magi” (Great Gift bearers) used this truly wondrous great Gift of Nature; that healed their
bodies of sickness and inspired their minds with wisdom and poetry, and they praised it in story and song, even worshiping the Gift as a God, it being the only source of an incredible magic.

The great Gift bears hundreds of different ancient names; the Greeks called it “Ambrosia” (Not Mortal) the “Nectar” (Death-overcomer) of the Gods. As the Wapaq ; Herb of Immortality All of the ancient Indo-European religions contain a variant of the Soma ceremony which even thousands of years ago was considered ancient in origin, some religions ascribing the Soma ceremonies creation to the first man, in others Wapaq ; Herb of Immortality

it was the Gods who first preformed the Soma sacrifice. The Soma ceremony is the oldest record we have of the interaction between Wapaq  and men, for without the Soma ceremony men would have never discovered that Wapaq  was an Immortal Herb. In the Soma ceremony the dried Wapaq  earned the name Soma “the pressed one” by being re-hydrated with water and when it had absorbed as much water as it could hold, it was juiced so to speak, by being pressed or pounded between two stones to release the golden colored Amrita; the legendary Nectar of the Gods. Lakandon Indians call it ‘Eh kib lu’um’, meaning ‘Light of the Earth

There are a few phases in the Amanita journey, during the phases of frenzy the inebriated person feels tremendously strong. They are also affected by what is known as ‘macropsia’, or micropsia, a visual distortion that lets objects appear much larger or much smaller than they really are. Thus a blade of grass might appear the size of a tree trunk or a small hole can turn into the entrance of a cave. Many unbelievable feats of strength and endurance have been accomplished under the influence of Wapaq . One man reportedly carried a 120-pound load for 10 miles without stopping, something he could never have done under normal circumstances

In another phase of the journey the shaman goes into a daze. It is in this trance-like sleep that the gateway to the ‘Other-World’ is opened, and he experiences vivid, even lucid dreams and ecstatic visions, often of a strongly sexual and sensual nature. In this state he can diagnose the causes of diseases, determine the whereabouts of lost objects, retrieve lost souls, fight with demonic forces or glean visions of things to come. This otherworldly state however, does not last long.

In areas where the Wapaq  was hard to find the exchange rate was reported to be 1 reindeer for a single mushroom.