Talk:Jonathan Ott

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There are a range of Wikipedia sources that can help you out. All articles must meet WP:V. To learn how to a proper citing style, consult WP:CITE. For what kind of external links are acceptable, WP:EL is a useful set of guidelines. Good luck! GBYork 18:48, 24 August 2006 (UTC) This user was found to be a sock of Mattisse

Moved from article[edit]

I've moved the following paragraph which was tacked on to the end of the article by User:65.126.41.78 to this discussion page. It may not be appropriate here, either, but it certainly doesn't belong where it was.:

"Due to the nature of the article some feel that the "hallucinogen" deliniation is not appropriate for the entheogens. As the nature of the perception of man is clearly finite (as descartes proved) at this time there is conflicting evidence as to the nature of not only the perception in mundane states but also those states which some deem to be "unreal". Furthermore the classification of sacred eucharist with such rubbish as "deleriants" is downright offensive and this is the reason that the "hallucinogen/deleriant" classification will be cut out right now. What is sacred to those who believe in the spiritual nature of the perception, may be in stark contrast to the perceptions of those who view this life as essentially lower states of pergetory, or even hell."

It should be noted that this version, which I moved, originally included the following sentence: "Christ came, he is in the annointing. Wake up from the dream and quit calling reality a hallucination, thats the point.", which was deleted by User:201.195.190.30. Rosencomet 20:09, 15 June 2007 (UTC)

Amanita Muscaria in pop-culture[edit]

The link is pointing to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amanita_muscaria#Christmas_decorations_and_Santa_Claus , which does not exist anymore. Can somebody tell me where to find this item of knowledge in the Wikipedia history? --Diogenes2000 (talk) 00:30, 11 February 2017 (UTC)