Botanical Notes

Author Unknown: 1920s

Category:
book/scroll
Description:

English hand-written. No author listed.

A black, loose-leaf binder full of soiled and faded notes on botany. They deal with experiments with some kind of mind-altering substance (Soma) that is created with fly agaric along with extracts of several other plants to produce what the writer called “Soma, a necessary ingredient in the calling of Ramasekva.” They refer to a plant with large orange and blue waxy leaves and another that had spiky blue-green leaves and a large, fleshy, white and purple flower. The notes claim that the seeds for the two impossible plants were seeds given to the writer as gifts from Ramasekva.

Bio:

Taken from the house of Benjamin Willows’ neighbor, Bernard Corbitt, on June 1, 1925.

Botanical Notes

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