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Fungi: The Web of Life (2023)

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All life on Earth is connected by a great mystery we are only just beginning to unravel. Hidden between the world of plants and animals, another world exists…Fungi: Web of Life. We’ll begin in the mysterious world of the forest floor, where fungi are the central players in nature’s story of birth, death, and rebirth to discover that life as we know it simply would not exist without them.

Join acclaimed British biologist, Dr. Merlin Sheldrake, on a quest to find an incredibly precious blue mushroom, against the backdrop of Tasmania’s ancient Tarkine rainforest. Merlin will show us some the grandest and strangest organisms ever discovered, showcased through jaw-dropping time-lapse cinematography, in a landscape largely unchanged from the time of the dinosaurs. Fungi have important lessons to teach humanity about survival through cooperation. Indeed, these incredible lifeforms may hold the key to solving some of humanity’s most urgent problems. With millions more species to discover, our journey into the secret world of fungi has only just begun.

*NOTE: The default audio track on this video is set to Russian. You will need to go to Audio settings in VLC Player, Audio Track, and select 'Track 2 [English].

Directors: Gisela Kaufmann, Joseph Nizeti, Mike Slee
Writers: Catherine Marciniak, Joseph Nizeti, Paul Phelan
Producers: Stephen Axford, David Gross, Phil Hunt, Catherine Marciniak, Jo-Anne McGowan, Sarah Noonan, Jennifer Peedom
Composers: Piers Burbrook de Vere
Cinematographers: Cam Batten
Country: Australia
Language: English
Narrated by: Björk

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Rupert Sheldrake's mycologist son in a documentary narrated by Bjork! :0 Great stuff, even if it was only 40 minutes...

First try... Already have some Lion mushis in a jar with alcohol. Love fungi a lot. It is always good to have some dry Cubensis at hand ;-)

I have a bottle of Stamets 7 - Daily Immune Support (from Fungi.com, Paul Stamets' site) in my medicine cabinet. It is a blend of 7 mushrooms, like Reishi, Cordyceps, Lion's Mane, Chaga and others. I also have 8 dried grams of Cubensis waiting for me! Not all at once, of course, that can probably be 3-4 separate sessions...

rather a lot of psilocybin, dried and ready to rock. twice a year we go out and pick the wee fuckers ands dry them then use as we require