1. WHOLECELIUM Magic Shrooms ANIMATION

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    Jesse & Jasper came up with the storyline for this cartoon, which was send to the great animation studio. Their draft version has been send to our friends, who's comments have been partially used to come up with new ideas for the final version. We found the background music, and added some small graphical/audio effects. The animation studio interpretated the storyline and added their own great features, even if not in the plot! enjoy, y'all!

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    • Juicy

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      This was an assignment for my motion graphics class, also my last animation produced for uni. Mainly it was an experiment in character animation and after effects. I was planning to animate more of the audio clip but was running short on time so cut it down, so im sorry that its a bit short. Audio is from 'Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny'. Jack Black is my hero.

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      • Fat Nude Jew on Shrooms in New Mexico

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        Gotta put this in Vimeo so I can link to it on my blog here's the youtube version youtube.com/​watch?v=WGf0ZKivuDY&has_verified=1 thank you godsentcatastrophiee thank you nude jew if I have to take this down that's fine, just love spreading the word on this video because it is so life altering

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        • PEACOCK'S TAIL PROJECTION PROJECT

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          Film made from stock footage for projection at Goodbye Blue Monday @ The Peacock's Tail & Ledo y La Vaina live show links below thursday 28th Nov 2010 http://www.goodbyeblue.com/wordpress/ http://www.myspace.com/peacock39stail http://www.myspace.com/ledoylavaina

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          • THE MUSHROOM SESSIONS

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            • The Use of Hallucinogens in Psychiatry and Medicine - Charles Grob, M.D., and Alicia Danforth, M.A.

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              from MAPS: Psychedelic Science / Added

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              The Use of Hallucinogens in Psychiatry and Medicine Charles Grob, M.D. and Alicia Danforth, M.A., discuss a completed, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy in subjects with anxiety associated with cancer. A paper about this study, sponsored by the Heffter Research Institute, was submitted for publication in August 2009. This talk covers the psychobiological effects of MDMA in humans, the MDMA neurotoxicity controversy, the effects of MDMA on cerebral blood flow, and the neuropsychological effects of MDMA in recreational users. This video is from Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century, a conference taking in place in San Jose, California on April 15-18, 2010. The conference was organized by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) in collaboration with the Heffter Research Institute, the Council on Spiritual Practices, and the Beckley Foundation. Medical doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and other health professionals can earn Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Education (CME/CE) credits by viewing these videos through the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) at www.spiritualcompetency.com. This video was produced by Teal Sievers of Living Dream Films (www.livingdreamfilms.com). To learn more about MAPS or to support our work, visit www.maps.org. To support the work of the Heffter Research Institute, visit www.heffter.org.

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              • Opening Talk - David Nichols, Ph.D

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                Opening Talk David Nichols Ph.D., President and Co-Founder of the Heffter Research Institute welcomes everyone to Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century on April 16, 2010. David Nichols, Ph.D., holds the Robert C. and Charlotte P. Anderson Distinguished Chair in Pharmacology at the Purdue University College of Pharmacy, and is an Adjunct Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Indiana University School of Medicine. He received a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Cincinnati in 1969, and a Ph.D. in Medicinal Chemistry from the University of Iowa in 1973, followed by postdoctoral work in pharmacology at the University of Iowa College of Medicine. He joined Purdue as an Assistant Professor in 1974, rising through the ranks to become Associate and then Full Professor. He was named the 2004 Irwin Page Lecturer by the International Serotonin Club and in 2006 received the first Provost’s Outstanding Graduate Mentor award from Purdue University. He has published nearly 300 scientific articles, most of which deal with the relationship between molecular structure and biological action. Professor Nichols is unusual in that his research encompasses a breadth of expertise held by few others.He has been continuously funded by the NIH for nearly three decades and has served on numerous government review panels. He is recognized by most scientists as one of the world’s leading authorities on the chemistry and pharmacology of psychedelics. Recently, he has been developing in silico-activated G protein-coupled receptor models to understand how drugs activate their receptors. This video is from Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century, a conference taking in place in San Jose, California on April 15-18, 2010. The conference was organized by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) in collaboration with the Heffter Research Institute, the Council on Spiritual Practices, and the Beckley Foundation. To support the work of the Heffter Research Institute visit www.heffter.org. This video was produced by Teal Sievers of Living Dream Films (www.livingdreamfilms.com). To learn more about MAPS or to support our work, visit www.maps.org.

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                • NYU Psilocybin Cancer Study - Anthony Bossis, Ph.D.

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                  NYU Psilocybin Cancer Study Anthony Bossis, Ph.D., co-principal investigator on the NYU Psilocybin Cancer Project, discusses the psycho-social, spiritual and existential suffering that advanced cancer patients often experience is a primary factor in end-of-life distress. In recent years, the discipline of palliative care has greatly expanded its efforts at better understanding end-of-life existential suffering. Patients with a life-threatening illness often experience hopelessness, helplessness, and loss of meaning. Research demonstrates that improved spiritual-well being and enhanced personal meaning may serve as a buffer against hopelessness and depression in advanced cancer patients. Dr. Bossis is Clinical Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Anesthesiology at the New York University School of Medicine. He is the founder and former co-director of the Palliative Care Service and former co-director of the Pain Treatment Center at NYU / Bellevue Hospital Center in NYC. Dr. Bossis’ clinical, teaching, and research activities are dedicated to the enhanced understanding and treatment of chronic pain and end-of-life patients. This video is from Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century, a conference taking in place in San Jose, California on April 15-18, 2010. The conference was organized by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) in collaboration with the Heffter Research Institute, the Council on Spiritual Practices, and the Beckley Foundation. Medical doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and other health professionals can earn Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Education (CME/CE) credits by viewing these videos through the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) at www.spiritualcompetency.com. This video was produced by Teal Sievers of Living Dream Films (www.livingdreamfilms.com). To support the work of the Heffter Research Institute visit www.heffter.org. To learn more about MAPS or to support our work, visit www.maps.org.

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                  • Behind the Scenes of "Me You and a Mushroom"

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                    Enjoy this short 5 minute behind the scenes Super 8 MM footage from Hairy Mary's newest short film, Me You and a Mushroom, written and directed by Jasmin Toutounchi. Sponsor the arts and help us send out our psychedelic mixed medium short film to the festival circuit this fall by donating at www.Hairymarypictures.com Produced by Elyse Hollander and Airica Prange

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                    • Shutter ArchLand

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                      Meet the Archnemeses through the eyes of one of its members, Clark. The first mini-sode of the upcoming darkly comedic web series, THE ARCHNEMESES (www.pubquizwar.com), starring Brian Faas (CLARK), Brian Barrett (STEWART), Kate Riley (FRAN) and Laura Willcox (ADDY). Grip/Boom Patrick Slevin. Written & Directed by Michael Walsh. Created by Michael Walsh & Jen Dougherty. Produced by Jen Dougherty. Special thanks to Littlefield (www.littlefieldnyc.com)!

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