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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Okay, chuck. So we're back and we're talking about using Iowa as a tool like taking that experience of being outside of yourself connected to the rest of the universe of reevaluating, your life in a lot of ways to cure, mental illness, and one of the things that it's been, I guess, some sonny's have actually shown. No. This actually works is to treat addiction. Whether it's cigarettes are booze or drugs, or whatever that, that you can undergo in Iowa a ceremony people have and have come out on the other side. Like I'm good. I don't need that. The cigarettes are boozer drugs or whatever. Yeah. And one of the one of the suggestions for what's going on with this, that I saw is that you, you are actually healing the psychic damage that's causing you to self medicate in the first place, right, something probably from your past, and then so you with without that need to self medicate, you don't have necessarily the desire to drink or smoke cigarettes, or whatever that you used to, which is a different model of addiction, that's kind of starting to gain a little bit of traction, but is also very controversial because it makes it sound like addiction is choice, self medicating. You're choosing to do all this drug and like throw your life away because of some psychic trauma, but there does seem to be a camp. P- in in medicine. That is saying, like this, actually my have legs kind of makes a lot of sense. And from what I can tell those Iowa's cassette. He's kind of our checkmark in that views favor. Yeah. I think that can work in conjunction with the other piece, which is removing that ego. Even if it's for whatever how many hours that you're undergoing this trip. Could just simply disrupt that, you know, you often hear about addiction being like this sort of cycle, a cyclical thing, and even just disrupting that cyclical path that circular path can be enough to sort of get you on the off ramp from using. Yes. On the offramp get you on the offramp. Yes. That's what you said. Right. Yeah. And then eventually off that offramp to a nice chill sidestreet. Yeah. Maybe a nice drive into the country passed a few cows. And then sleep. Yeah. I had a therapist one time that talked about. Getting off of the highway, it was a metaphor that actually worked for me. But like choosing to get off the highway when certain things were happening and sometimes something that simple, just clicks in like, oh, if I notice something's going on, I'm speeding down the highway toward the badness get on that exit ramp. And I'm in my neighborhood now I'm hanging. Pasture. PTSD is another specifically. I think a lot of times with military PTSD. They've been using psychedelics more and more. And I wa- is no stranger to this treatment, and while it is not a magic pill. They are doing some studies on this, and it seems like an like with all these tough to get funding for these kind of study sometimes, but it does seem like his gaining more ground in the medical community to try out these kind of experiments, while they're trying like hell to get some of these studies underway in the United States. But because I o Oskar is considered a schedule one drug, which the worst most far is drugs of all you can't they just I don't think there's been a single study in the US but fortunately, they can just go down to South America and do the best. They can with some of the Iowa's casinos that are down there. Like again, there are some legitimate. Iowa's ca centers that take western tourists. For Wasco journeys, and some groups are going down there to partner with those centers to study people, some of the people, they're trying to study our PTSD patients. And they think that if I was is helping people with PTSD, which seems to be it's, it's basically negative exposure therapy, where you're dredging up all of those worsts, your worst memories that are causing your P TSE, which is bringing them to the surface and allowing your awareness to kind of shine a light on them and say, okay, I'm going to recap these now and they're not being categorized as bad in frightening, as they were before. It's not as traumatic as, as they were originally categorized. Yeah. In and specifically in this study that you're thinking about is talking about his combat veterans suffering from PTSD, and it's the temple of the way of light in the Amazon has partnered with. A group in Spain in the UK the international center for Aetna botanical research and service in Spain. And then the Beckley foundation in the UK and they're treating close to six hundred combat veterans a year. And says it's the largest study ever undertaken so. Oh, wow. Yeah. It's really interesting. Yeah. I know that they're using MD may to treat PTSD as well. And then I can't remember the name of that one treatment, but remember, you like follow a pen with your eyes while you're going over your worst memory. And it re categorizes the, the memories is less scary. I don't remember that one. Yeah. I can't remember what we talked about it in. But that apparently works really well too. So without the vomiting. That's part of it that my friend Springer a bucket problems with I waspa- it is not generally toxic in. You would have to take so much Iowa, sorta like when we were talking about marijuana like is there, even a lethal dose? Can you even say that because the lethal dose apparently is twenty times what you would normally taken a typical ceremony. As the grab stir put it or he might have been quoting someone. But it's could could anyone even choke this much of that down? Right. Is that even possible, but there have been? I mean there have been some deaths that have been related to Iowa. And when you dig a little deeper, you find like, oh, it wasn't actually the directly that caused this. But the people would not have died had they not been in South America. I o Oskar journey, right? Yeah. So there there's this one guy who who died in. I believe two thousand fourteen. He was an American. No, he's British. I'm sorry. And his name was Henry Miller, and he died on the way to the hospital because he gone kind of non responsive and the Iowa square Ohs. I I o square. Yeah. I said it took him to the hospital had him on a motorcycling fell off the motorcycle and died of a head injury. On the way to the hospital. So it wasn't the Iowa that killed them, but he wouldn't have been on the motorcycle in the first place had not been. On this trip. So the shorthand in, and the, the headlines is a mandate from Iowa ska. Yeah. There've been some other cases where like people would be having a bad trip, maybe attack someone else, and that would lead to violence or death, or just this year in two thousand eighteen in Peru. An eighty one year old shaman woman was shot and killed. And then a Canadian man was murdered for revenge for that killing. Yeah. But supposedly this had nothing to do with, like being under the influence, but it was some sort of dispute that happened during this, this whole conflict. Yeah, the woman was named Lydia or Volvo. And she was the spiritual mother of Peru's second largest indigenous, tribe, this Shapiro, Caen, bow. And this guy this Canadian guy named Sebastian Woodruff shot and killed her allegedly because her son owed him money. He was there to learn. Iowa. And yes, he didn't feel like he'd gotten his money's worth. So he killed her. He killed this, this woman, the shaman the spiritual leader of the second largest tribe in, in Peru. And he was Canadian this. I know surprising not a very Canadian thing to do. No, it really wasn't. But the, the whole thing really revealed the problems that, that have been developing from this Iowa. Tourism. I this guy was down there and wanted to learn about Iowa. So he could take back to Canada and appropriate this culture problem. One two, he didn't get his money's worth. So he shot and killed the woman who is supposed to be teaching him. It's a big problem as well. But then also between the Iowa square os and the practitioners who are hosting these, and then the governments of the countries that they're hosting a man. There's tensions there as well. Because this village said, there's police everywhere, the police never come here. Then a Canadian mangoes missing. And now our villages overrun. With with police like what's the what's going on here? So there's, there's a lot of tension. That's being, there's a, a lot of simmering tension, that's being heated by this, this western Iowa tourism. And it's kind of largely in part because it's unregulated, but also because a lot of people going down there don't have respect for what they're doing. And also, a lot of the people who are popping up as Iowa squares don't have any respect for what they're doing either. So the, the respect that's been given to this tradition, for so many hundreds or thousands of years is being lost. And then on top of that, the Iowa that they're, they're drinking is so wildly more potent than traditionally was all those hundreds of thousands of years. You know, the Jesuits version of Iowa ska. That's really kind of I think fuelling this kind of recklessness, that's becoming a part and parcel with Iowa. Ska use down. In South America, because some of these areas are poor. And so all of a sudden, it becomes a hip thing for westerners with money to come down there with cold hard cash, and then like you said, they're appropriating their culture. So that's one strike. But then to appeal to these people, all of a sudden, they're not, as like you know, we don't wanna freak people out, maybe by being too traditional. So we're going to westernize our own methods a bit. So in let's hey, let's get a website going, and then we'll be the go-to for when they come down here. So then they're undermining their own culture, and is just sort of becoming a big mess. Sounds like again, I think, like if you're going down there, like, whether you're western or Asian, or whoever you are if you're going down for vision quest. That's not that's not what's being brought out as the fault. The fall is if you're if you're going down there, because it's hip. Or because you just wanna party or because a friend did it, and you're, you're not being respectful of it, then that's where the issue seems to be arising from. Yeah. I oh, Wasco anything else. Yeah. Oh, yeah. There is one thing that we didn't cover that, that can happen because the copy vine is a mayo inhibitor. There's a lot of other things that can actually kill you that are pretty normal, like interactions drug interactions with things as normal as chocolate. Yeah. Because the, the mono Amine, oxidized typically breaks, these things down. And if it's being inhibited, so that the Iowa can work. It's affects you chocolate, you're toast, and one of the other things that, that it can do..

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Okay, Chuck, so we're back and we're talking about using Iowa game as a tool like taking that experience of being outside of yourself connected to the rest of the universe of reevaluating, your life in a lot of ways to cure, mental illness, and one of the things that it's been, I guess, some sonny's have actually shown. Now, this actually works is to treat addiction. Whether it's cigarettes are booze or drugs, or whatever that, that you can undergo in Iowa a ceremony people have and have come out on the other side. Like I'm good. I don't need that. The cigarettes are boozer drugs or whatever. Yeah. And one of the one of the suggestions for what's going on with this, that I saw is that you, you are actually healing the psychic damage that's causing you to self medicate in the first place, right, something probably from your past. And then so you with without that need to self medicate, you don't have necessarily the desire to drink or smoke cigarettes, or whatever that you used to, which is a different model of addiction. That's kind of starting to gain a little bit of traction, but also very controversial because it makes it sound like addiction choice, self medicating. You're choosing to do all those drugs like throw your life away because of some psychic trauma, but there does seem to be a camp. P- in in medicine. That is saying, like this, actually my have legs kind of makes a lot of sense. And from what I can tell those Iowa's cassette. He's kind of our checkmark in that views favor. Yeah. And I think that can work in conjunction with the other piece, which is removing that ego. Even if it's for whatever how many hours that you're undergoing this trip. Could just simply disrupt that, you know, you often hear about addiction being like this sort of cycle like a cyclical thing, and even just disrupting that cyclical path that circular path can be enough to sort of get you on the offramp from using. Get you on the offramp get you on the offering. Yes. That's what you said. Right. Yeah. And then eventually off that offering up onto a nice chill sidestreet. Yeah. I may be nice drive into the country passed a few cows and then sleep. Yeah. I had a therapist one time that talked about. Getting off of the highway, it was a metaphor that actually worked for me. But like choosing to get off the highway when certain things were happening and sometimes something that simple, just clicks in like, oh, if I notice something's going on, I'm speeding down the highway toward the badness get on that exit ramp. And I'm in my neighborhood. Pasture. PTSD is another specifically. I think a lot of times with military PTSD. They've been you know, using psychedelics more and more. And I wa- is no stranger to this treatment, and while it is not a magic pill. They are doing some studies on this in seems like an like with all these tough to get funding for these kind of studies, sometimes, but it does seem like his gaining more ground in the medical community to try out these kind of experiments, while they're trying to get some of these studies underway in the United States. But because I walk is considered a schedule one drug, which the worst most far drugs of all you, they can't they just I don't think there's been a single study in the US but fortunately, they can just go down to South America and do the best. They can with some of the Iowa casinos that are down there again. There are some legitimate Wasco centers that take western. Tourists for Wasco journeys, and some groups are going down there to partner with those centers to study people, some of the people, they're trying to study our PTSD patients. And they think that if I was is helping people with PTSD, which seems to be it's, it's basically negative exposure therapy, where you're dredging up all of those worsts, your worst memories that are causing your TSE, which is bringing them to the surface and allowing your awareness to kinda shine a light on them and say, okay, I'm going to recategorized these now and they're not being categorized as bad in frightening, as they were before. It's not as traumatic as, as they were originally categorized. Yeah. In specifically in this study that you're thinking about is talking about his combat veterans suffering from PTSD in the temple of the way of light in the Amazon has part. Entered with a group in Spain in the UK the international center for Aetna botanical research, and service in Spain, and the Beckley foundation in the UK and they're treating close to six hundred combat veterans year and says it's the largest study ever undertaken so. Oh, wow. Yeah. It's really interesting. Yeah. I know that they're using MD to treat PTSD as well. And then I can't remember the name of that one treatment, but remember, you like follow a pen with your eyes while you're going over your worst memory. And it re categorizes the, the memories is less scary. I don't remember that one. Yeah. I can't remember what we talked about it in. But that apparently works really well too. So without the vomiting. That's part of it that my friend. Bring your own bucket. Problems with I waspa- it is not generally toxic in you'd have to take so much Iowa sorta like when we were talking about marijuana like is there, even a lethal dose? Can you even say that because the lethal dose apparently is twenty times what you would normally taken a typical ceremony. As the grab stir put it or he might have been quoting someone. But it's could could anyone even choke this much of that down? Right. Probably not. Is that even possible, but there have been I mean, there have been some deaths that have been related to Iowa. And when you dig a little deeper, you find like, oh, it wasn't actually, the Iowa directly that caused this. But the people would not have died had they not been in South America. I o Oscar journey, right? Yeah. So their way to say it, there's this one guy who, who died in. I believe two thousand fourteen. He was an American. No, he's British. I'm sorry in his name was Henry Miller, and he died on the way to the hospital because he gone kind of non responsive and the Iowa Queiroz. I, I. Oh square. Yeah. I said that took him to the hospital had him on a motorcycle fell off the motorcycle and died of a head injury. On the way to the hospital. So it wasn't Iowa that killed them, but he wouldn't have been on the motorcycle in the first place. Heading not been on this Iowa. Trip. So the shorthand in, and the, the headlines is a mandate from Iowa. Yeah. There've been some other cases where like people would be having a bad trip and maybe attack someone else. And that would lead to violence or death, or just this year in two thousand eighteen in Peru. An eighty one year old shaman woman was shot and killed. And then a Canadian man was murdered for revenge for that killing. But supposedly this had nothing to do with, like being under the influence, but it was some sort of dispute that happened during the this whole conflict. Yeah. The woman was named Olympia or Volvo. And she was the spiritual mother of Peru's second largest indigenous, tribe, this Shapiro, Caen, bow. And this guy this Canadian guy named Sebastian Woodruff shot and killed her allegedly because her son owed him money. He was there to learn. I awoke and yes, he didn't feel like he got his money's worth. So he killed her. He killed this, this woman, the shaman the spiritual leader of the second largest tribe in, in Peru. And he's Canadian. Yeah. I know surprising not a very Canadian thing to do really wasn't. But the, the whole thing really revealed the problems that, that have been developing from this. Iowa's ca tourism, I this guy was down there and wanted to learn about Iowa. So he could take it back to Canada and appropriate this culture problem one two. He didn't get his money's worth. So we shot and killed the woman who is supposed to be teaching him. It's a big problem as well. But then also between the Iowa square os and the practitioners who are hosting these, and then the governments of the countries that they're hosting amend. There's tensions there's well because this village said, there's police everywhere, the police never come here. Canadian man goes missing and our villages overrun with with police like, what's, what's going on here? So there's, there's a lot of tension, that being there's a, a lot of simmering tension, that's being heated by this. This western Iowa tourism, and it's kind of largely in part because it's unregulated, but also because a lot of people going down there don't have respect for what they're doing. Also, a lot of the people who are popping up his Iowa. Squirrels don't have any respect for what they're doing either. So the, the respect that's been given to this, this tradition, for so many hundreds or thousands of years of being lost. And then on top of that, the bio Wasco that they're, they're drinking is. So wildly more potent than void? Traditionally was all those hundreds of thousands of years. You know, the Jesuits version of Iowa ska. That's really kind of I think fuelling this kind of recklessness, that's becoming a part and parcel with Iowa. You sound in South America. Yeah. Because some of these areas are poor. And so all of a sudden, it becomes a hip thing for westerners with money to come down there. With cold hard cash, and then like you said, they're appropriating their culture. So that's one strike, but then to appeal to these people, all of a sudden, they're not, as like you know, we don't wanna freak people out, maybe by being too traditional. So we're going to westernize our own methods a bit. So let's let's get a website going, and then we'll be the go-to for when they come down here. So then they're undermining their own culture, and is just sort of becoming a big mess. It sounds like like if you're going down there, like, whether you're western or Asian or whoever you are if you're going down for vision quest. That's not that's not what's being you know brought out as as the fault. The Fall River is, if you're if you're going down there, because it's hip or because you just wanna party or because of friend did it, and you're, you're not being respectful of it, then that's where the issue seems to be arising from. Yeah. I oh Wasco got anything else. Oh, yeah. There is one thing that we didn't cover that, that can happen. Because the copy vine is a Emilio inhibitor. There's a lot of other things that can actually kill you that are pretty normal, like interactions drug interactions with things as normal as chocolate. Yeah. Because the mono Amine, oxidized typically breaks, these things down. And if it's being inhibited, so that the boss can work. It's affects you. If you chocolate, you're toast, and one of the other things that, that it can do so the, the motto them AO is prevent your serotonin from being taken up. And that's how DMC acts on the brain, it goes into where serotonin receptors normally fit and just says, let's party right? Yeah. So all this extra serotonin floating around, if you also happen to be on. SRI as. Serotonin. Reuptake inhibitor. Yeah. You've got to serotonin you can go into what's called, sir Tonen shock. This is where the diarrhea comes in. That's one of the, the symptoms of serotonin shock. But that's one of the mild symptoms, you can also have seizures you your heart can also stop and you can die from having too much serotonin flooding your brain. So that's is a direct way you can die from Iowa, but it's not from the hallucinogen aspect of it. It's from the MA. Oh. So when they're when they show up from the Silicon Valley, and they say, they're translating, they're like, hey, bro. He wants to know if you've got anything, if you've had anything in your body, and then you're like, no, just my must Alexa, a on its own on the way. I I'm good, right? Let's do this skip the ceremony. Just let me drink that stuff. Right. You mash the shamans face out of your way out here. Just give me that I know I know why we haven't been selling tickets in Seattle so much. Oh, no Seattle. We love. That's not Silicon Valley. That's right. San Francisco to we love, we love all people. We love all of you, everybody. We love all potential ticket buyers. Goes down in the pits. Yes. If you want to know more about Iowa ska man, do some research..

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Back to stuff, you should know. Okay. Chuck. So we're back and we're talking about using Iowa. As a tool like taking that experience of being outside of yourself connected to the rest of the universe of reevaluating your life in a lot of ways to cure, mental illness. And one of the things that it's been I guess some studies have actually shown no this. This actually works is to treat addiction. Whether it's cigarettes are booze or drugs, or whatever that that. You can undergo in Iowa ceremony people have and have come out on the other side. Like, I'm good. I don't need that the cigarettes are boozer drugs or whatever. Yeah. And one of the one of the suggestions for what's going on with this that I saw is that you you are actually healing the psychic damage that's causing you to self medicate in the first place. Right something probably from your past. And then so you with without that need to self medicate. You don't have necessarily the desire to drink or smoke cigarettes, or whatever that you used to which is a different model of addiction. That's kind of starting to gain a little bit of traction. But is also very controversial. Because it makes it sound like addiction is choice. Right. It's self medicating. You're choosing to do all those drugs and like throw your life away because of some psychic trauma. But there does seem to be a camp. P- in in medicine that is saying like this actually might have legs kind of makes a lot of sense. And from what I can tell those Iowa studies kind of our checkmark in that views favor. Yeah. And I think that can work in conjunction with the other piece, which is removing that ego. Even if it's for whatever how many hours that you're undergoing this trip could just simply disrupt that, you know, you often hear about addiction being like this sort of cycle like a cyclical thing and even just disrupting that cyclical path so that circular path can be enough to sort of get you on the offramp from using. You on the offramp get you on the offering. Yes. That's what you said. Right. Yeah. And then eventually off that offramp onto a nice chill. Sidestreet? Maybe a nice drive into the country pests a few cows and then sleep. Yeah. I had a therapist one time that talked about. Getting off the highway. It was a metaphor that actually worked for me. But like choosing to get off the highway when certain things were happening. And sometimes something that simple just click in like, oh, if I notice something's going on. I'm speeding down the highway toward the badness get on that exit ramp. And I'm in my neighborhood. Now, I'm hanging. Pasture PTSD is another specifically. I think a lot of times with military PTSD. They've been using psychedelics more and more in Iowa, no stranger to this treatment. And while it is not a magic pill. They are doing some studies on this. And it seems like an like with all these stuff to get funding for these kind of studies sometimes, but it does seem like his gaining more ground in the medical community to try out these kind of experiments while they're trying like hell to get some of these studies underway in the United States. But because I o Oskar is considered a schedule one drug, which the worst most Farias drugs of all they can't they just I don't think there's been a single study in the US. But fortunately, they can just go down to South America. And do the the best they can with some of the Iowa's centers that are down there. Like again, there are some legitimate Iowa centers that take western tourists for. I wass ca journeys and some groups are going down there to partner with those centers to study people some of the people they're trying to study our PTSD patients, and they think that if I was helping people with PTSD, which seems to be it's it's basically negative exposure therapy where you're dredging up all of those worsts. Your worst memories that are causing your P T A C, which is bringing them to the surface, and allowing your awareness to kinda shine a light on them and say, okay, I'm going to re categorize these now and they're not being categorized as bad in frightening as they were before it's not as traumatic as as they were originally categorized. Yeah. In and specifically in this study that you're thinking about is talking about his combat veterans suffering from PTSD, and it's the temple of the way of light in the Amazon has partnered with. A group in Spain and the UK international center for botanical research and service in Spain. And then the Beckley foundation in the UK and they're treating close to six hundred combat veterans a year. And it says it's the largest study ever undertaken. So oh, wow. Yeah. It's really interesting. Yeah. I know that they're using MD to treat PTSD as well. And then I can't remember the name of that one treatment. But remember you like follow a pen with your eyes while you're going over your worst memory, and it recategorized is the the memories is less scary. I don't remember that one. Yeah. I can't remember what we talked about it in. But that apparently works really well too. So without the vomiting. That's big part of that my friend just bring your own bucket. Problems with I waspa- it is not generally toxic. And you'd have to take so much Iowa sorta like when we were talking about marijuana like is there, even a lethal dose. Can you even say that because the lethal dose apparently is twenty times what you would normally taken a typical ceremony. As the grab stir put it or he might have been quoting someone. But it's could could anyone even choke this much of that down. Is that even possible? But there have been I mean, there have been some deaths that have been related to Wasco when you dig a little deeper you find like, oh, it wasn't actually the Iowa directly that caused this. But the people would not have died had they not been in South America. I o Oskar journey right? Yeah. So there there's this one guy who who died in. I believe two thousand fourteen he was an American. No, he's British. I'm sorry. And his name was Henry Miller, and he died on the way to the hospital because he gone kind of non responsive and the Iowa square os. I o square. Yeah. I said it that took him to the hospital had him on a motorcycle fell off the motorcycle and died of a head injury on the way to the hospital. So it wasn't the Iowa kill them. But he wouldn't have been on the motorcycle in the first place heading not right. Been on this Iowa trip. So the shorthand in and the the headlines is a mandate from Iowa. Yeah. There have been some other cases where like people would be having a bad trip and maybe attack someone else. And that would lead to violence or death or just this year in two thousand eighteen in Peru. An eighty one year old shaman woman was shot and killed then a Canadian man was murdered for revenge for that killing. Yeah. But supposedly this had nothing to do with like being under the influence, but it was some sort of dispute that happened during this this whole conflict. Yeah. The woman was named Olympia or Volvo, and she was the spiritual mother of Peru's second largest indigenous tribe this Shapiro Kuneva. And this guy this Canadian guy named Sebastian Woodruff shot and killed her allegedly because her son owed him money. He was there to learn Iowa. Yes, he didn't feel like he'd gotten his money's worth. So he killed her. He killed this. This woman, the shaman, the spiritual leader of the second largest tribe in in Peru, and he's Canadian this. Yeah, I know surprising. Not a very Canadian thing to do. No. It really wasn't. But the the whole thing really revealed the. The problems that that have been developing from this Iowa tourism, I this guy was down there and wanted to learn about Iowa. So he could take it back to Canada and appropriate this culture problem. One two he didn't get his money's worth. So we shot and killed the woman who is supposed to be teaching him. It's a big problem as well. But then also between the Iowa square os and the practitioners who are hosting these wars and the governments of the countries that they're hosting a man there's tensions. There's well. Because this village said there's police everywhere the police never come here. Then it Canadian men goes missing. And our villages overrun with with police like what's what's going on here? So there's there's a lot of tension. That's being there's a lot of simmering tension. That's being heated by this this western Iowa tourism, and it's kind of largely in part because it's unregulated. Also because a lot of people going down there don't have respect for what they're doing. Then also a lot of the people who are popping up. His Iowa square owes don't have any respect for what they're doing either. So the the respect that's been given to this tradition for so many hundreds or thousands of years of being lost. And then on top of that the o Wasco that they're they're drinking is so wildly more potent than void. Traditionally was all those hundreds of thousands of years, you know, the Jesuits version of Iowa that's really kind of I think fuelling this kind of recklessness that's becoming a part and parcel with Wasco use out in South America. Because some of these areas are poor. And so all of a sudden, it becomes a a hip thing for. Westerners with money to come down there with cold hard cash. And then like, you said, they're appropriating their culture. So that's one strike, but then to appeal to these people all of a sudden, they're not as like, you know, we don't wanna freak people out maybe by being too traditional. So we're going to westernize our own methods bit. So let's, hey, let's get a website going, and then we'll be the go-to for when they come down here. So then they're undermining their own culture. And is just sort of becoming a big mess. Sounds like. Yeah. And again, I think like if you're going down there like whether you're western or Asian or whoever you are if you're going down for vision quest. That's not. That's not what's being, you know, brought out as as the fault. The fall right is if you're if you're going down there because it's hip or because you just wanna party or because of friend did it. Yeah. And you're you're not being respectful of it. Then that's where the issue seems to be arising from. Yeah. I oh Wasco hands. Oh, yeah. There is one thing that we didn't cover that that can happen because the copy vine is a Emilio inhibitor. There's a lot of other things that can actually kill you. That are pretty normal like interactions drug interactions with things as normal as chocolate. Yeah. Because the mono Amine oxidation typically breaks these things down, and if it's being inhibited, so that the Iowa can work it's affects you if you chocolate, you're toast, and one of the other things that that it can do. So the the motto them AO is prevent your serotonin from being taken up, and that's how DMC acts on the brain it goes into where Tony receptors normally fit and just says, let's party, right? Yeah. So with all this extra serotonin floating around if you also happen to be on SRI as serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Yeah. You've got to serotonin you can go into what's called Tony shock. This is where the diarrhea comes in. That's one of the the symptoms of serotonin shock, but that's one of the mild symptoms. You can also have seizures you your heart can also stop, and you can die from having too much serotonin, flooding, your brain. So that's that is a direct way you can die from Iowa. But it's not from the hallucinogen aspect of it. It's from the MA. Oh, so when they're when they show up from the Silicon Valley, and they say, they're translating. They're like, hey, bro. He wants to know if you've got anything if you've had anything in your body. And then you're like, no, just my must Alexa. Within its own on the way over. I'm good, right? Let's do this. Skip the ceremony. Just let me drink that stuff. Right. You mash the shamans face out of your way kit out here. Just give me that. I know. I know why we haven't been selling tickets and Seattle so much. No seattle. We love that's not Silicon Valley. That's right. I San Francisco to we love we love all people. We love all of you. Everybody we live all potential ticket buyers goes down in the pits. Yes. If you want to know more about Wasco man, do some.

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Canadian man was murdered for revenge. For that killing. Yeah. But supposedly this had nothing to do with like being under the influence, but it was some sort of dispute that happened during the this whole conflict. Yeah. The woman was named Olympia or a Volvo, and she was the spiritual mother of Peru's second largest indigenous tribe this Shapiro Caen bio, and this guy this Canadian guy named Sebastian Woodruff shot and killed her allegedly because her son owed him money. He was there to learn waspa-. And yes, he didn't feel like he'd gotten his money's worth. So he killed her. He killed this. This woman, the shaman, the spiritual leader of the second largest tribe in in Peru, and he was Canadian this. Yeah. I know surprising. Not a very Canadian thing to do. No. It really wasn't. But the the whole thing really revealed the problems that that have been developing from this Iowa's ca tourism. I this guy was down there and wanted to learn about Iowa. So he could take it back to Canada and. Appropriate. This culture problem. One two he didn't get his money's worth. So we shot and killed the woman who is supposed to be teaching him. It's a big problem as well. But then also between the Iowa's Koros and the practitioners who are hosting these. And then the governments of the countries that they're hosting amend. There's tensions there is. Well, because this village said there's police everywhere the police never come here. Then it Canadian man goes missing. And now our villages overrun with with police. Like, what's the what's going on here? So there's there's a lot of tension. That's being there's a a lot of simmering tension. That's being heated by this this western Iowa tourism, and it's kind of largely in part because it's unregulated, but also because a lot of people going down there don't have respect for what they're doing. Also, a lot of the people who are popping up as Iowa's Queiroz. Don't have any respect for. What they're doing either. So the the respect that's been given to this this tradition for so many hundreds or thousands of years of being lost. And then on top of that the bio Oskar that they're they're drinking is so wildly more potent than Boyd. Traditionally was all those hundreds of thousands of years, you know, the Jesuits version of Iowa ska. That's really kind of I think fuelling this kind of recklessness that it's becoming a part and parcel with Moscow use down in South America. Yeah. Because some of these areas are poor. And so all of a sudden, it becomes a hip thing for westerners with money to come down there with cold hard cash. And then like, you said, they're appropriating their culture. So that's one strike, but then to appeal to these people all of a sudden, they're not as like, you know, we don't wanna freak people out maybe by being too traditional. So we're going to westernize are. Own methods a bit. So let's let's get a website going, and then we'll be the go-to for when they come down here. So then they're undermining their own culture, and is just sort of becoming a big mess. It sounds like. Yeah. And again, I think like if you're going down there like whether you're western or Asian or whoever you are if you're going down for a vision quest. That's not. That's not what's being, you know, brought out as the fault. The fall right is if you're if you're going down there because it's hip or because you just wanna party or because a friend did it. Yeah. And you're you're not being respectful of it. Then that's where the issue seems to be arising from. Yeah. I oh Wasco got anything else. Oh, yeah. There is one thing that we didn't cover that that can happen because the copy vine is a Emilio inhibitor. There's a lot of other things that can actually kill you. That are pretty normal like interactions drug interactions with things as normal as chocolate. Yeah. Because the the mono Amine oxidative typically breaks these things down, and if it's being inhibited so that the I awoke can work. It's affects you if you chocolate, you're toast, and one of the other things that that it can do. So the the motto mayo is prevent your serotonin from being taken up, and that's how DMC acts on the brain. It goes into where sir Tony receptors normally fit and just says, let's party, right? Yeah. So with all this extra serotonin floating around if you also happen to be on SSI. Araya serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Yeah. You've got to zero Tony you can go into what's called, sir. Tone in shock. This is where the diarrhea comes in. That's one of the the symptoms of serotonin shock, but that's one of the miles. You can also have seizures you your heart can also stop, and you can die from having too much serotonin, flooding, your brain. So that's that is a direct way you can die from Iowa. But it's not from the hallucinogen aspect of it. It's from the MA. Oh, so when they're when they show up from the Silicon Valley, and they say, they're translating. They're like, hey, bro. He wants to know if you've got anything if you've had anything in your body. And then you're like, no just must Alexa and a wolf down. It's run on the way. I'm good, right? Let's do this. Skip the ceremony. Just let me drink that stuff. Right. You mash the shamans face out of your way kit out of here. Give me that. I know. I know why we. Haven't been selling tickets in Seattle so much. Oh, no Seattle. We love that's not Silicon Valley. That's right. I listen Francisco to we love we love all people. We love all of you. Everybody we love. All potential ticket buyers are egos are down in the pits. Yes. If you want to know more about Iowa ska man, do some research, there's a lot of it out there. So do it. And since I said that is time for listener mail. Yeah. I'm gonna call this short. And sweet. But we did get an answer to something. Remember in the fire trucks up Assode, you could not remember that game. And we got everything from sim city to civilization. Yeah. None of them were right. But our friend our new Powell, Mike man Goba Mike says this guy's just listened to the fire walks up Assode and also shout out to two things all the people who wrote in and spill firetrucks. Yeah. And then all the firefighters. We have a lot of firefighters. And they all every single one of them said yet. It's chilly just not over the chili thing. Yeah. And they're all very nice and said, you guys got most of this right anytime is something really specific like that. We're going to get some stuff wrong. But they were like you guys did a good job in one of them. Even had a joke that said party how you know if there's a firefighter there and the. Answer is. Oh, don't worry. They'll tell you. Firefighter.

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Front Burner

"Out. One thing I'm trying to wrap my head around. What exactly is Iowa ska? And what does it do to a person? So I ask is is the combination of taking specific plant and a specific vine. You you chop them down. You put him into a big pot. You had some water. And then you boil it for about three days, and what comes out of this is it's a sort of almost like a molasses type who we mixture. Some people say it tastes like the jungle. It's it's kind of bitter brew. But when you reheat that room. It activates a natural occurring hallucinogen called D M T. So when you're first when you consume tea, it will purge you nasty to be around people are like Easter lack you will. It'll come out often bottom, you cleared out, and that's being seen as a way of purging, the bad things that are inside you as a purging process is a release of some of the bad things that you have inside you shortly thereafter, that sounds horrible. Yep. And most people will tell you you do not do I o s ca for kicks. This isn't a recreational drug very little fun votive. It's the hardest work that I've done in my life. And every time I go to ceremony. I I dreaded you know way. If there was a way not to do it and still yielded the same. As also totally go, Fred. And there after you the the visions as they call it. The vision set in these are the hallucinations in these loosen Asians can last for hours and witnessed a few of these ceremonies for some people that can be something light. And they find themselves, you know, seeing incredible things drifting through the clouds other people tell you, it's terrifying. Let's talk about the village. What is village like that? He's in well the village where he would end his life. It's an indigenous community called, Victoria, aggressive and that village is threadbare village without electricity village without running water. Said that the people are scared of what? Foreigners. I scared to foreigners. They have been practitioners of the IRS Casero Monet's for some we'll tell you thousands of years. This is where his life would end. He was staying in a village culpa Kupa, which is about a fifteen minute motorcycle ride away from there. And that's where he landed. And he started his voyage because in these communities around there. It's now become a hub for tourism. Okay. For westerners who were going down there to go to these Iowa retreats? So that's what drew him down there to goad way retreat, and that was the first of several trips that he would make to Peru to find out more about about Iowa. And that's where he would meet a Livia Arab bills. How did Sebastian Woodruff come to meet this woman shaman of when he was down there? He really wanted to find the best person who could enlighten him and educate him about Iowa. All it is and all that it can do and really discover the power of the plant Livia seen. She's very respected was very respected elder. She held a huge amount of knowledge shaman of her level would know five hundred six hundred plants second address, a wide range of huge huge amount of malady. What would this shaman take someone likes to Basham Woodrow through? How would something like this unfolds? Well, the ceremony itself I mean, once you've you've got to do sort of there's a series of steps you've got to go through you're supposed to refrain from from alcohol refrain from any kind of drugs you're supposed to refrain from sex. You're supposed to go through this whole sort of. It's almost a monastic experience where you're going down there, and and being cloistered in this environment that you're giving your body overti- awas ska, you'd spend typically for a lot of people down there you spend weekend retreat and a lot of that is preparing for the sitting down to have try the Iowa. And then it's the experience yourself where you actually sit down in a ceremony, and then everything happened. So Sebastian is having these ceremonies, and how is it affecting his life? After the first his first trip to Peru. His friends and family would say he did come back a change person if this actually occurred as indicated he was no longer himself. He was no longer the person that we knew here something drastically. He seemed to be more enlightened. But what it did what people saw as took hold of his life. So now everything he was doing on Vancouver island was just a prelude to going back to Peru. It all becomes about him wanting to get back to peruse that he could do more Wasco. I gotta go back to the jungle and part of it is the Iowa. But I think you know, speaking to people that there's there's a sense of connectedness. So remember, this is a guy who was sort of a bit of a drifter, and this is. Trouble finding meaning in his life. Yup. And connections and relationships that everything's seem to be a bit temporal. And now he was feeling connected. Obviously things got bad at some point. So is there any lead up to this awful combination? So what we would learn is he would start having incidents where he was he was a sneaking back into this this indigenous community, Victoria grass ya and show up asking for more for another ceremony asking her for Wasco and people in the village started to get a little freaked out by this guy. You know, he was like a what they felt was a as one woman said to me we felt he was a danger to everyone. He wasn't a normal person. Some neighbors found him prowling around there in the darkness. What was he trying to do? Get in there. He was to them a dark. Gringo who was a bit unhinged. So Steph was he doing he would be hiding in the trees, he would be spying to see where you know, where was Libya on at least three occasions that we know that the villagers got together, and and corralled him and took him to the police until what do, you know now having gone there about this last trip to Peru. He was looking to buy a gun. And did he tell anyone why he needed it? He said he needed it for protection. So on his last trip to Peru. He would walk into a police station and ask people around there is anyone here can anyone? Here's so me gun in the police station right in the middle of the busy police station. We within certain thing. His could this be true? The local who tear. We

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Front Burner

"This is a CBC podcast. Hi. I'm Jamie puzzle. In April this year, a young father from British Columbia was drawn to the jungles of Peru by the promise that psychedelic drunk could give his life meaning and direction. Instead, it may have led to his psychological unraveling and two killings, including his own Sebastian Woodruff's death has been shrouded in mystery. But today, we know way more after months of investigating powerful details emerged about how Sebastian came apart at the seams and about the people who were hurt in the process, whatever he was doing that day, he was taking his life in his own hands. And you could get a feeling just being in that village that this was not going to end. Well, that's today on front burner. Mark kelly. I'm co host to the fifth estate. And I was following the story for several months this summer looking into the life and death of Sebastian Woodruff in that took me in my investigation to the jungles of Peru, and the the forests of Vancouver island as to try to piece together Sebastian's life, Mark, what got you into this story in the first place. What was it that made you want to dig into this? I was captivated the minute. I saw this video that surfaced. And this was video of Sebastian Woodruff in the last moments of his life. After he had been beaten by villagers. And then eventually he is approached by somebody with what looks like a belt from a seatbelt from car wrapped around his neck. And then he's dragged as he pleads for his life dragged to his death. And the minute. We saw that story. I wanted to know the story of what happened in the in the hours and days leading up to that moment. And then what happened afterwards? How did he end up in that situation? I I remember this video it was so difficult to watch. I almost had to actually turn off my computer, the first time I watched I didn't even finish it. I went back later watched it, and I was really struck especially by all of the bystanders around him. Nobody doing anything. And also just to watch another Canadian citizen pleading for their life. It was really really hard to watch and was her onc-. So what do, you know now of Sebastian, which we we spoke to family members, we spoke to friends of his, and they all gave us a very consistent portrait of Sebastian as being a dreamer seeker as somebody didn't quite fit into mainstream society growing up in Vancouver island. Always looking for a new experience was working on fishing boats was a diver for Sears chins, loved loved to forage for mushrooms. And a man we were told with intense compassion. He's always been a very outgoing loving caring individual. He would give whatever he could to. Help you in any way, shape or form your shirt off his back, and he's a father t right? He was a father. He had a young son. So then if you have a family at least a child in in Vancouver. What brings him to Peru enlightenment? Brought him to Peru as he was seeking something more. I mean, he recorded a what we refer to as a bit of a manifesto online. My name Sebastian that that he posted with part of a gofundme campaign where he was looking for some money. I decided to just drop what I was doing. Make a career change to become addictions, counselor everything that I've ever done has been trying to achieve this normalcy. That doesn't exist in his family. There was some addiction issues that he mentioned that. There was somebody who had a drinking problem. He had learned it heard about Iowa in Iowa being a potential way to treat people with addictions. So what he wanted to do was raise this money. Go down to Peru. Go down to the jungle and learn about this jungle medicine and bring that back with him to Vancouver island to see if he could not only help those close to him, but become a healer himself this with just saying that I have a lot of of ingratitude for the process of life. Things could've went sideways for me. Lot in my life. And they didn't like to just think. University spirits God whoever's looking out for me. Just say that thank you. I'm going to pay back out.

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Lower runs of hell things were absolutely beyond inhumane for the people trapped there and for the civilians in today we are extremely concerned because things are getting worse by the hour and saturday a u n team of chemical weapons inspectors collected samples from two weeks after an alleged gas attack the incident was cited by president trump along with the french and british governments has justification for a round of us let airstrikes on april fourteenth and nicaragua precedent ten yellow tiga has cancelled unpopular plans to raise taxes cutting pension benefits after the death toll from resulting protests rose to at least twenty six over the weekend human rights groups have accused police of using live rounds on demonstrators among those killed was reporter honan who was shot dead as he broadcast coverage of the protests on facebook live the protests erupt last wednesday as the government moved to decrease people's pensions even as it requires workers and employers to contribute more money to the social security system in peru mourners paid their last respects saturday to eighty one year old olivia a rebelo llamas an indigenous rainforest protector who was found murdered sharon central home and the amazon are availa llamas was a traditional healer a leader in her community and indigenous rights activists on thursday she was shot twice by an unknown gunman who fled on a motorcycle on friday and angry mob surrounded fortyoneyearold sebastian woodruff a canadian man they blame for lomas death before dragging him away and lynching him police say they're looking into whether woodruff had anything to do with our avella lomas killing and are investigating both murders in armenia thousands of protesters defied a police crackdown in rallied in the capital yerevan sunday demanding the release of opposition leaders and calling on the longtime leader sayers sarge casey on to step down protesters are accusing him of clinging to power after he served two terms as the country's president then led a campaign to make the role of the presidency ceremonial elevating the position of prime minister and assuming that role at least two hundred people have been arrested as police have sought unsuccessfully to stop the ongoing protests back in the united states arizona public schoolteachers poised to strike on thursday unless the state's republican led legislature meets their demands to strengthen public education governor doug ducey has proposed raising teacher salaries twenty percent by twenty twenty but union say it doesn't go far enough they're demanding similar raises for support staff new technology smaller class sizes.

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In south america a grisly deaths reported in the amazon puerto larry miller would details from our foreign desk sebastian woodruff was beach and then lynched by peruvian indigenous tribe in the amazon it accused him of killing an eighty one year old medicine woman his lynching was filmed on a cell phone and shared on social media the medicine woman traditional healer was shot twice woodruff live nearby was believed to be one of her clients prosecutors are investigating both killings there have been a number of unsolved murders of indigenous amazonian people who've tried to keep loggers and poem growers off native land's larry miller cbs news new mexico's governor spoke at a memorial service for the albuquerque woman who died after an inflight accident on a southwest airlines jet he described jennifer reardon as a pillar of the community nearly a thousand people gathered sunday to remember her sanchez read a statement from gavaa governor susana martinez tom foty cbs news it's not a five at the bay area's news station kcbs have some clear skies tonight lows in the forty seven fifties and toronto be a sunny day and warmer temperatures get evening i'm susan kennedy and here's what's happening crews shut down power to parts of to south bay cities today after a car crash into a power pole trapping to people in the car the menlo park fire protection district chief higher herald schapelhouman says the happened around three thirty this morning in atherton called pga to get a response time you know how long it would take for them to send a crew out three in the morning and they said it would take them at least forty five minutes to do that so the chief after working with them for a little bit i was able to get them to shut down the grid which is extremely unusual to do that that unfortunately shut down power to both alberton and of course of west memo park once the power was cut crews were able to use the jaws of life to pull the two from the vehicle we're taking a stanford medical center one woman died in a three alarm fire in the inner sunset last night kcbs is curtis cam reports investigation is underway into the cause of that fire the blaze gutted a residential unit at eighteen o eight at eighteen eighth avenue near the intersection of noriega street assistant fire chief kevin burke gals kpi's five years firefighters.

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In south america or grisly deaths reported in the amazon or puerto larry miller would details from our foreign desk sebastian woodruff was beaten then lynched by peruvian indigenous tribe in the amazon it accused him of killing an eighty one year old medicine woman his lynching was filmed on a cell phone and shared on social media the medicine woman or traditional healer were shot twice woodrow live nearby was believed to be one of her clients prosecutors are investigating both killings there have been a number of unsolved murders of indigenous amazonian people who've tried to keep loggers and poem growers off native land's larry miller cbs news new mexico's lieutenant governor spoke at a memorial service for the albuquerque woman who died after an inflight accident on a southwest airlines jet he described jennifer reardon as a pillar of the community and earlier thousand people gathered sunday to remember her sanchez read a statement from governor susanna martinez tom foty cbs news mostly clear overnight we're heading down to forty four i ne and bush in local news the investigation continues into what caused a fire early sunday morning at a church in west philadelphia tim jimenez reports the fire is out but the damage is done here at fellowship evangelistic church at fifty second and jefferson and the parkside section of west philly church leaders say this place has been a staple on the block for twenty one years and it was actually established nearly six decades ago robert butler lives across the street he was supposed to be going to services for the very first time plus a oh my god the devil was really busy because we was going to go to church here this morning and now to come see this fire and smoke led to nine one one calls around six thirteen in the morning and it took about twenty minutes the place the fire under control no one was hurt the fire marshal and bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives or atf is investigating authorities say the atf always gets involved at church fires in west philadelphia tim jimenez kyw newsradio and now the eyewitness weather forecast clear skies across the delaware valley overnight we'll make for great viewing conditions of the leyritz meteor shower.

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"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian woodruff" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The allegations according to published reports an offduty dp officer allegedly got into a scuffle with his girlfriend and downtown detroit sunday it's alleged that went on lookers attempted to help the woman the offduty officer pulled out his gun police were called to the scene and the officer was arrested and investigators have confirmed that the officer has been with the force for two years ingrid kelly w w j newsradio nine fifty meantime one person is in custody after police say he shot a man in the face and the incident happened just after two on sunday warning this morning investigators say the suspect ran into a house on tacoma detroit and shot the victim in the face when police say the victim grabbed a piece of wood and hit the suspect in his head police say the suspect ran away but was arrested later at a hospital police recovered the gun at the scene the victim who was shot in the face is listed in temporary serious condition meantime authorities have identified a husband in madison heights you allegedly killed his wife while his children were at home forty four year old brian chris lytle was charged after thirty say he shot his wife reagan lytle in the head police say leto called nine one one to report the couple of gotten into an argument before the shooting he initially refused to leave the house when officers arrived but after about fifteen minutes did surrender to police is thirty seven year old wife was found inside the house with a gunshot wound to her head the couple's two teenage children were inside the home and we're unharmed lyles being held without bond a grisly death in the amazon reporter larry miller has details from the foreign desk and sebastian woodruff was beaten then lynched by peruvian indigenous tribe in the amazon it accused him of killing an eighty one year old medicine woman his lynching was filmed on a cell phone and shared on social media the medicine woman traditional healer were shot twice woodrow live nearby it was believed to be one of her clients prosecutors are investigating both killings there have been a.

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