Mushrooms have always played a significant role in human culture, from nourishing our bodies to inspiring our spiritual beliefs. With the recent resurgence of interest in their therapeutic benefits, it’s worth exploring the long-standing relationship between humans and these mystical fungi.

2000 years old mushroom petroglyphs in Siberia

In Chukotka, Russia’s easternmost corner, there are some amazing ancient artworks that haven’t been studied much. These artworks show things like whale hunting, reindeer crossing rivers, and people dancing with big mushrooms on their heads. They were made by ancient artists more than 2000 years ago and are carved into rocks. These artworks are called … Read more

The Tassili Mushroom Figure

The Tassili Mushroom Figure is a prehistoric rock painting found in the Tassili n’Ajjer mountain range of Algeria

The dancing plague of 1518

The dancing plague of 1518 was a phenomenon that occurred in Strasbourg, France, in the summer of 1518.

Alice in Wonderland, inspired by psilocybin?

People might think that Lewis Carroll was inspired by psilocybin mushrooms to write “Alice in Wonderland” because the story is known for its imaginative and surreal elements

Siberian Shaman

Siberian Shaman Santa Claus

The Amanita muscaria, also known as the “fly agaric” mushroom, has a fascinating history that is tied to religious rituals, psychedelic experiences, and the origins of Santa Claus.