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Careful now, careful now, picking mushrooms can be deadly and these magic mushrooms are not psychotropic yet they are magical in that they are transcribed in occult writings to bring sight to the blind by occult practitioners able to turn themselves into mushrooms. You can read about them here Agaricus campestris but be careful as there are many lookalikes such as Chlorophyllum molybdites which have the same look and growing pattern on the ground. You need to study mushrooms very carefully before you go picking them for food and this is doubly important in the magical practice of fairy ring healing since the mushroom placed at the centre of a fairy ring on midsummers day could be destroyed by the heat before it has the ability to consume itself leaving behind a living stone that the elements cant touch.


This living stone is presented to the person being healed at the end of the mushroom ceremonies.


There are two ceremonies needed to carry out the blindness to sight spell and the healing practitioners must transform into Agaricus Campestris and Chlorophylum molybdites in order to perform either. If the first ceremony is performed but not the second, there is the potential for the mushroom at the centre of the fairy ring to be swallowed by darkness such that no living stone will ever be presentable to the person upon whom the spell is intended for. It is a serious matter that a blind person is barred from seeing, thus, the practitioners must have the ability to transform into mushrooms in order to comprehend the practice which can only be understood in mushroom form.


You will note that these pleasant edible much sought after choice mushrooms and their poisonous dangerous bitter anticidents grow in the formation of a ring around the ground. This was the doings of the almighty maker of all the fairies and all the men people in the primordial time of creation when the almighty maker of fairies and men saw fit that these mushrooms would stand in circles rather than grow sporadically like Boletus edulis or any other kind of mushroom. This is important since the practitioners during the healing ceremonies are not only transforming into mushrooms but transforming as a group into a fairy ring.


The fairy magic works on a mushroom at the centre of the ring which is to be transformed into a living stone which is presented to the person to be healed. The mushroom at the centre of the ring must be carefully chosen given the insight that the practitioners have when transformed into mushrooms. With that insight, the practitioners will be able to select the appropriate mushroom corresponding to the person that they wish to heal. The moment that the mushroom is picked, the ceremonies must happen or there is the potential that the mushroom now corresponding with the person to be healed will be consumed by darkness making it impossible for any other living stones so created, to be presented to the person the practitioners intend to heal.


Once the mushroom is picked there is already magical energy loosed thus the first ceremony must begin immediately. The person to be healed must be in the vicinity of the fairy ring but will probably pay little attention to mushrooms and if they do, they will just appear as ordinary mushrooms since the practitioners look like either agaricus or chlorophylum. It is recommended that the practitioners be transformed into chlorophylum first and emit chlorophylum spores into the air such that the person being healed will sense something even though very subtle and probably not within their consciousness of the subtle changes in the air. As anyone who has ever been a mushroom knows emitting spores requires alot of magical energy and this magical energy should be directed at the mushroom at the centre of the ring to be transformed into a living stone.


When the spores are released from the practitioners transformed into chlorophylum, the air will be subtley poisonous. At some point after this the mushroom in the centre will change in any fashion, not neccessarily related to the energies being transmitted but simpy to stretch its gills or creep over a little for shade as any mushroom does over the course of the day. The moment the mushroom at the centre makes a move, the practitioners should recognise the queue and transform into Agaricus at that instant. This may be noticed by the person being healed in which case they are already half-sighted and the magic spell is working. The practioners should again focus their energies on the mushroom at the centre then emit agaricus spores so that the air is filled with the opposite of what is poisonous air.


The first ceremony is now complete and the mushroom at the centre is now magically charmed.


The second ceremony could begin immediately but it can also be put on hold depending on the circumstances but remember there is magical energy already in the air and its important that the mushroom at the centre doesn't rot in the intervening period. The first ceremony is subtle and it is akin to a yoga class which starts off with the yogis stretching their muscles preparing for the rest of the session. The second ceremony is not so subtle.


This transmutation between two mushrooms, one which is very poisonous and one which is very nutritious, should not be some gradual thing but sudden and the practitioners should practice transmutation before engaging in this since the concentrated energy is needed to be on hand when it is required. The second ceremony will involve as many of these sudden transmutations as are required until the mushroom at the centre is transmuted into a living stone which will give the healed person sight upon looking at the living stone especially designed for them. This should enable them to transmute into a mushroom themselves and provide healing for others as well as many other unknown abilities that come with gift of sight.


Do not pick a poisonous mushroom to be at the centre of this spell for obvious reasons. There are other spells to transmute poisonous mushrooms into non-poisonous mushrooms and a newly transmuted mushroom takes some time to make sense of what the fuck is going on and why they feel like a silly sigh bean when they are supposed to be what they always were, a mushroom like any other mushroom and as every practioner knows, most mushrooms don't believe in fairies.


So lets get on with fairy ring ceremony two.


So you have your chosen mushroom at the centre of the fairy ring again and the fairy ring is going to transmute between the two forms of bitter and tasty mushrooms according to queues given by the central mushroom at random. At least one of the fairy ring must not be in the form of a mushroom but in the form of a man with a sex which is opposite that of the person the living stone is to be presented to. There's nothing sexual going on and account must be taken of strange sexualities which have arisen where there are now men who prefer the companionship of men and women who prefer the companionship of women. The mushroom chosen to present themselves as a man of some form should be something appetate to the person the living stone is to be presented to. A type of man they will not shun, or fear, or disregard but would like. This person will be called the fairyman since they are part of the fairy ring and they will be expected to speak to the mushroom so that it transforms into the living stone as the rest of the fairy ring engages in transmutations and emissions aimed at the central mushroom.


You don't just speak to a mushroom. Ordinary people would think you were mad if you spoke to a mushroom and mushrooms are no different. They must be approached in an appropriate manner such that the mushroom is not itself astounded that a man is speaking to a mushroom. Mushrooms are usually spoken to by other mushrooms and not even by toadstools and especially not fairy rings which are keeping a distance but within sight of the mushroom. The fairyman must find some way to approach the mushroom in an appropriate manner and strike up a conversation with it.


Before the approach is made, the fairy ring should be in the form of chlorophylum emitting poisonous energy at the mushroom. The fairyman should then make the approach as being like fresh water in the midst of a hostile world and strike up a conversation along the lines of how hostile the environment is at present. As the conversation progresses, the fairy ring should transmute into agaricus and the fairyman should then continue the conversation about how lovely the environment is. At present the mushroom will not have transformed but it will be conscious of the presence and awareness of the fairyman. The fairy ring should transmute again to chlorophylum and the fairyman should continue speaking to the mushroom conveying to it in some sense that the environment has changed. The fairy ring should transmute again and the fairyman should again convey the change in the environment becoming less and less subtle so as to convey that they feel a change that the mushroom will increasingly sense to be something that it feels to. These transmutations should continue but as the ceremony progresses an occassional member of the fairy ring should transmute into either a man which speaks with hostility toward the mushroom or with amiccableness toward the mushroom. depending whether the fairy ring is transmuted into its poisonous mushroom form or its nutritious form. The fairyring members transmutating into men making themselves present as strangers to the mushroom should be hostile while the fairy ring is chlorophylum and amiccable while the the fairy ring is agaricus. The fairyman should continue speaking to the mushroom, even denoting the rudeness and friendliness of the strange men who are appearing from nowhere into the mushrooms field of view.


As the ceremony reaches its peak, all the mushrooms in the fairy ring should be transmutating between men and mushroom as the mushroom becomes more conscious of the strange environment it finds itself in and when it is considered that the mushroom is conscious enough, all the fairy ring should transform into agaricus then into men and walk around the mushroom singing the praises of the mushroom king. At this point the mushroom will turn into a living stone by consuming itself in the process of consuming the strange environment that mushrooms can sing and that it, is infact a mushroom that in all likelyhood can also sing.


The living stone is thereby presented to the person to be healed who looking upon the solidity of the magical amulet will be forever aware that the magical realm is something that can be sensed.


There is a third ceremony which involves the healed person being at the centre of the fairy ring as the fairy ring transmutes between chlorophylum and agaricus within the sight of the now healed person and by this means they are shown the special fairy essences and can then be taught the ways in which their own essences can be used to both heal and harm.


Don't pick poisonous mushrooms.




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Fairy ring champignon is a different mushroom altogether.


They grow in rings in playing fields and parks. They're relatively tasteless and insipid. Best used for soups.

What on Earth am I reading by the way?


Doesn't make much sense to me to be honest.



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1 hour ago, Truthspoon said:

Doesn't make much sense to me to be honest.

It's a magic spell. You need to be presented with a living stone made by a magical fairy ring to make sense of it. When presented with your stone, what you will see you cannot unsee.


Foraging for shrooms is closely related to herbal alchemy. The above is spiritual alchemy.


PS Agaricus was the most common fairy ring when I was foraging in Middlesex. Theres not alot of it here in Scotland.

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