Garlic and Onions Dull Psychic Abilities
I wanted to express my gratitude to my good friend MJ because had he not shared this information with me, I might not have stumbled across it on my own. Anyone serious about maintaining a clear connection to the other side and boosting their abilities should pay attention.
Garlic and onions have been used extensively around the world in spiritual practices, magick, and occult rituals since the dawn of time. Their uses are beyond the scope of this article, but can range from warding off/protection from evil spirits to healing, cleansing, purifying, blah, blah, blah. It's interesting to note, however, that very rarely are these meant to be ingested during spiritual practices or rituals.
Walk into any kitchen, start rummaging through the fridge/pantry/spice racks, and there is no doubt in my mind that you'll find any of the following in fresh, dried, or powdered form: garlic, onions, chives, leeks, or spring onions. These ubiquitous ingredients accentuate/enhance the aroma and flavors (or mask unwanted smells/flavors) of more dishes than you can shake a stick at, but as you're about to discover, ingestion of garlic and onions (including odorless garlic pills) dulls your psychic abilities and cognitive processes. Although I'm primarily discussing garlic and onions here, the other three less popular ingredients are from the same family and would have similar detrimental properties, so keep that in mind.
Here are the main points from the PDF that follows:
"Garlic is toxic to humans because its sulphone hydroxyl ions penetrate the blood-brain barrier and are poisonous to brain cells. For precisely the same reason, the garlic family of plants has been widely recognized as being harmful to dogs. (It's also used as a pesticide and insect repellent).
As far back as the 1950s, it was known that garlic reduced reaction time by two to three times when consumed by pilots taking flight tests. This is because the toxic effects of garlic desynchronize brain waves.
The Taoists realized thousands of years ago that plants of the alliaceous family were detrimental to humans. They labelled this group of plants (onions, garlic, leeks, chives and spring onions) the 'five spicy-scented plants.' They noticed that onions are harmful to the lungs, garlic to the heart, leeks to the spleen, chives to the liver and spring onions to the kidneys.
Hindus also avoid this group, which they have called the "five pungent plants". As well as producing offensive breath and body odor, these plants induce aggravation, agitation, anxiety and aggression. Thus they are harmful physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Even when garlic is used as food in Chinese culture it is considered harmful to the stomach, liver and eyes, and a cause of dizziness and scattered energy when consumed in immoderate amounts. Nor is garlic always seen as having entirely beneficial properties in Western cooking and medicine. It is widely accepted among health care professionals that, as well as killing harmful bacteria, garlic also destroys beneficial bacteria, which are essential to the proper functioning of the digestive system.
Garlic in the raw state can also carry harmful (potentially fatal) botulism bacteria. Perhaps it is with an awareness of this that the Roman poet Horace wrote of garlic that it is "more harmful than hemlock."
(And although readers know how I feel about reiki, even that crowd has noted that)...garlic and onions are some of the first toxic substances that are expelled from a person's system - along with tobacco, alcohol and pharmaceutical medications."
Here's a short blurb from an Ayurveda article I found.
"In general, it’s not advised to eat a rajas-dominant diet (hot foods and strong spices, onions, garlic, eggs, coffee, and chocolate): it will make you too hot and agitated, and these foods are hard on your digestive system. If your spiritual path is more on the ascetic, Vedantic side of the spectrum—all about transcendence, not making use of the energies of the world—you are recommended to avoid them completely.
I didn’t eat onions or garlic for several months. But, at some point, when I ate a garlicky sauce in a restaurant, I noticed a surprising difference in myself the next day: agitation and restlessness like I hadn’t felt in almost my whole time at the school. I had been so acclimated to this energy that I wasn’t aware of it, and I had to get it out of my system entirely just to perceive what used to be normal."
Below is a pic of the ingredients in Sabatasso's Gluten-Free Cheese Pizza listing:
I highlighted "spices" because the industry loves to hide actual ingredients by way of using "innocuous" ingredient names. They can list ~50 ingredients on the side of a box, but you mean to tell me that instead, the ingredient-lister-guy chose to condense the other few remaining ingredients into one word to save some black ink? What-the-fuck-ever.
Not to go off on a tangent, but I would be remiss if I didn't mention this - another descriptor they like to use that should raise a red flag is "natural (and artificial) flavors". Natural flavors from what motherfuckers? Here's a quote from EWG.org: "Flavors are complex mixtures that sometimes comprise more than 100 chemicals...Solvents, emulsifiers, flavor modifiers and preservatives often make up 80 to 90 percent of the mixture...
artificial flavors contain fewer chemicals than natural ones, which can be mixtures of several hundred chemicals."
--David Andrews, Senior Scientist, EWG.org
Getting back on track with G+O, the next time you go grocery shopping, take a CLOSE look at the label of what you're throwing into your cart. It is VERY disturbing to realize that garlic and onions are in damn. near. everything. I'm going to leave this right HERE to prove a fucking point (and yeah, I know this is a promotional flavor, but I don't give a fuck).
To make a long story short, my wife and I cut these undesirable ingredients out of our diet for the past few months and the difference is significant when it comes to psychic clarity and connection. Initially, we missed those flavors, but at this point, the smell and recollection of those flavors actually repulse us now. We will never again be ingesting anything from that family of plants. If you plan on trying this as well, give it at least two weeks to ensure everything is out of your system so you can adjust to a new level of clarity (both cognitively and psychically).
I'm going to let you come to your own conclusion as to why garlic and onions are so prevalent in culinary arts and the foods that you purchase at the grocery store. I'll give you a hint though: it's sure as shit isn't because "they" want to improve your psychic connection/abilities.