Left half of a business logo reading "Mind's Eye Mania" Between "Mind's Eye" and "Mania" is a black circle with a blue, capital Greek letter Phi. Inside the left lobe is a billboard-face capital letter Q with the edging in yellow, filled with blue, and inside the right lobe is a yellow circle, with a smaller blue circle inside it away from center, with the lowercase letter e inside the blue circle. The convolution that is that black circle and its contents is the personal insignia of Vincent D. Camley, owner of this business.The right half of the logo.
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A circular pixel mushroom design, with blue, white, and gray markings on its red surface.A circular pixel mushroom design, with blue, white, and gray markings on its red surface.Click here to buy this design on a decal you can stick to your wall.Click here to buy this design on ceramic mugs.Click here to buy this design on pinback buttons.A circular pixel mushroom design, with blue, white, and gray markings on its red surface.Click here to buy this design on a kids' T-shirt.A circular pixel mushroom design, with blue, white, and gray markings on its red surface.

Mycotic Musing

"Mycotic Musing"
means "thinking about mushrooms".
Mushrooms look so swell!

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Mushrooms are a favorite thing of mine. My grandmother had ceramic mushrooms decorating her yard when I was a kid, and I had a throw rug with mushrooms on it. I wrecked it though. Some of my favorite computer games feature mushrooms prominently too. They're just really cool looking.

I've never used hallucinatory drugs such as magic mushrooms, because if I want to hallucinate, I can just stop taking my meds. But I don't want to, I've worked too hard on my mental health to just throw it away like that. In fact I often hallucinate anyway. I learned a bit of how to accept and manage hallucination from materials put out by the Hearing Voices Network. I guess it was founded in Cambridge, England, and there's branches in other countries like the USA too. As it turns out, a great many people hallucinate, often even daily, and just don't realize they're hallucinating because it doesn't cause them problems or they think it's Jesus so it's OK, etc. And it doesn't mean you're mentally ill or schizophrenic unless it's causing you trouble, but rather it's just something people experience. But I won't rehash everything HVN has to say and probably butcher it. Look them up!

Anyway, my cursory research on magic mushrooms is that the visually-popular white-spotted red mushrooms, which this design is based on, are actually highly poisonous. Small doses will make you trip but make you sick too. It's very easy to slip into deadly overdose though. These are NOT magic mushrooms. I recall (for what my recollections are worth) that some people trip with these anyway when local governments decide to enforce bans on the real magic mushrooms and thereby make them unavailable. I really don't recommend risking it though.

I really wish I hadn't wrecked that throw rug. I loved it. It was home-made but maybe I'll find a similar one somewhere, someday.



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