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Alcohol and Hallucinogens in the Life of Siberian Aborigines

... routes from the European part of Russia to Siberia but remained virtually untouched by the evil of drunkenness. What do you eat fly-agaric with? For most peoples inhabiting the taiga area and forest tundra and not involved in dairy cattle breeding, fly-agarics — hallucinogenic mushrooms — were a peculiar replacement of alcohol. Back in the ancient times, fly-agarics must have been very popular throughout the northern part of the Eurasian continent. Testimony to this fact is petroglyphic depictions ...

Modified: 25.12.2007
Siberia , Siberian peoples , Siberian aborigines , fly-agarics , kumis , vodka , wine , tobacco , Krasheninnikov
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Alcohol and Hallucinogens in the Life of Siberian Aborigines

... routes from the European part of Russia to Siberia but remained virtually untouched by the evil of drunkenness. What do you eat fly-agaric with? For most peoples inhabiting the taiga area and forest tundra and not involved in dairy cattle breeding, fly-agarics — hallucinogenic mushrooms — were a peculiar replacement of alcohol. Back in the ancient times, fly-agarics must have been very popular throughout the northern part of the Eurasian continent. Testimony to this fact is petroglyphic depictions ...

Modified: 25.04.2007
Siberia , Siberian peoples , Siberian aborigines , fly-agarics , kumis , vodka , wine , tobacco , Krasheninnikov
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