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  Acorus Calamus (Acoraceae) Information
In the doctrine of correspondences as expounded by the occult philosopher Henry Cornelius Agrippa, Acorus calamus is under the influence of the sun, although other sources give it a lunar attribution.
The use of Acorus calamus was, and still is, widespread among the native peoples of North America.
But since the Ojibwa use of the hallucinogenic fly-agaric was only discovered by western researchers about twenty years ago it is possible that the Ojibwa have kept secret their knowledge of the hallucinogenic properties of the muskrat root.
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