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Priest Unity Thread
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I make it a point, now more than ever, now that I am learning the brain, to avoid any supplement that that claims to be a drug of any kind, such as those used as "natural drugs." The brain always suffers on a functional level in the long run, becoming at least mildly--if not extremely--dependent on psychoactive drugs of just about any kind. Look into addiction, down-regulation, and allostasis, the later a form of stress-adaptation that attempts to keep drug effects less prominent--at least for addictive recreational drugs--in order to keep mental function close to homeostatic levels while under the influence of the 'chemical threat'; this results in a chronic allostatic load which is maintained at a lower hedonic level or state than normal homeostasis--thus, the depression and even pain of the addict. Any drug influence that affects neural function could potentially result in the loss or gain of neuroreceptors associated with down-regulation or other adjustments taking place designed to keep neurochemistry balanced. Neurochemical imbalances might just precipitate mental disorders like major depression or schizophrenia. Balanced brain function is best brain function for the long-term.
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ACh is also the neurotransmitter that is used at the neuromuscular junction, thus Gobekli Tepe attests to action in the world that tests strength (Leo), as well as the calm, peaceful mental function of contemplation (can precipitate social involvement, also taken out into the world of action).
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"I am amazed at how obvious it is to me now that Gobekli Tepe is basically a stone age book--a codex of the times. So now we have libraries that double as museums and schools."

- Cat Sewing (The History of Quiet Time)
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"These monoliths are just too striking to be ignored."

- Cat Sewing (as quoted in Puns from Out There in the Middle of Nowhere)
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Acetylcholine is also involved in neural transmission, both preganglionic and postganglionic, in the parasympathetic nervous system associated with calmer activity involving feeding, socializing, and contemplating or reflecting (hindsight engagement you might say).

Cholinergic projections extend into the cerebral cortex and the limbic system, which are involved in wakefulness, planning, attention, learning, motor-sensory processing, and memory. Long term memory formation and maintenance involves ongoing activity between the hippocampus and the cerebral cortex, including during sleep.
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Acetylcholine is also involved in neural transmission, both preganglionic and postganglionic, in the parasympathetic nervous system associated with calmer activity involving feeding, socializing, and contemplating or reflecting (hindsight engagement you might say).

Cholinergic projections extend into the cerebral cortex and the limbic system, which are involved in wakefulness, planning, attention, learning, motor-sensory processing, and memory. Long term memory formation and maintenance involves ongoing activity between the hippocampus and the cerebral cortex, including during sleep.

I should quality that the behaviors are "secondaries" to the homeostasis associated with parasympathetic nervous function.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8j88apIoO8

Healthy potassium balance, provided by plenty of salad greens, "is priestly." The idea is to facilitate healthy cellular function which is especially important for healthy neuronal functioning in the central and peripheral nervous system, maximizing intellectual function. Too much potassium causes problems including death, which is why potassium chloride is used for capital punishment purposes.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9THfG4ZoN4

Neuronal functioning in the brain makes specific use of potassium.
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Inositol



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkhSxv4ci-Y

Foods like carrots have it. Works well with choline; supposedly helps modulate serotonin (mood, aggression, sleep, etc.) to calm mood. Used for hair growth with choline.
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Hmm.. good one.

All the world says my Tao is great, but seems odd, like nothing on earth.
If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwatSROGO1s

Still trying to sort out this inositol business. I tend to avoid large doses of any supplement, and take supplements when there are issues with food production limiting nutritive value in foods. I am just going to take one 600 mg capsule per day with food and with my choline supplement. Nature doesn't supply grams of this kind of stuff anyway, so why make your body adjust to that?.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwatSROGO1s

Still trying to sort out this inositol business. I tend to avoid large doses of any supplement, and take supplements when there are issues with food production limiting nutritive value in foods. I am just going to take one 600 mg capsule per day with food and with my choline supplement. Nature doesn't supply grams of this kind of stuff anyway, so why make your body adjust to that?.

Another issue I have with higher and higher doses of stuff: I consider it unwise to look for behavioral changes to happen in conjunction with the intake of any substance, including non-drug supplements. Brain chemistry is not something to "shock treat" to get immediate results. I am going to look for more subtle, longer-term benefits in general health and "well-being-function"--over time, using normal doses (one capsule per day).
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I am going to move all of my literature sync studies to this thread. These will take time, as notebook notes are transferred here. Along with my Sparta/Pirates sync, I am going to be syncing a number of other books over a long period of time, "pagestakingly" you might say:

Machiavelli's The Prince and The Art of War will cover "Medieval/Renaissance mechanism of political action" (The Elements of Style tossed in princess-like with The Prince as a read pair ... comma control again this year).

Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit will cover Dark Age to Medieval in comparison with M's writings, though written centuries later (the psychology of at least part of it).

An looking into Marx writings for industrial-age mechanisms of action (voluminous), which likely undermined the U.S. airline industry via huge fuel price hikes in the seventies and deregulation (likely other industry too).

Virno's A Grammar of the Multitude will cover post-industrial mechanisms centering on Italian developments away from Marxism in the seventies (Operaismo or "workerism").

What I am looking for is sync-info of a similar kind to that of Sparta and Delphi conducting intelligence operations versus Athens who, like U.S. intelligence networks "conducted on self" as it were. Target would be the United States as "a newer Athens."
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