Olympic National Park: One of the wildest places left in the USA


Olympic National Park in Washington offers a bit of everything for nature lovers, hikers and adventurers like Pacific Ocean beaches, rain forest valleys, glacier-capped peaks and a dazzling diversity of plants and animals. 95% of this park is still wilderness, making Olympic Wilderness one of the wildest places left in the lower 48 states. The National Park Service says, “This year, nearly 40,000 people will camp in the Olympic Wilderness and several hundred thousand people will take day hikes and walks. Olympic is fragile. But if we care for Olympic, we can preserve its wildness and grandeur for future generations.” In this awe-inspiring national park, visitors can go from glacier, to marvelous moss-draped wilderness, to the sea in one amazing day.


Great White Shark by Marc Henauer




"It can not be an accident that our evolution has given us this potential, evolution gives us nothing, unless it is useful, and it therefore suggests that these altered states of consciousness are incredibly useful to the human species."

Graham Hancock

"Another interesting thing about ayahuasca is that there is nothing in it that doesn’t occur within the ordinary human brain, there’s just more of the ordinary brain chemistry there. So that implies that these extraordinary states of mind, group mindedness, three-dimensional hallucinations, and so forth are never the less not that far removed from ordinary states of brain chemistry."

Terrance McKenna


Psychedelics help show us the power and potential we already have by enhancing what lies in our bodies all along! Truly incredible 

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