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Fringe

Fringe is a part of a garment first known used by Native American tribes and functioned drain rainwater off the clothing most often leather outerwear. Edge or boarder of hanging threads, rope, cords or leather. Fist used as a decorative fashion embellishment in the 1920s dress style for a woman. However, mostly recognised as a part of the 1960s and 70s counter-cultural hippie’s movement. The action rooted in nature and spiritual values opposite material wealth and power outlooks took inspiration from past culture and laws of nature. In the US the native Indians with outerwear jackets and pant fringe and braiding techniques to keep the parts stitched fast became a standard DNA of the movement.

With civil rights interested anti-war youngsters made an incredible impact on American society. The seeking towards a higher level of spiritual understanding such as in the natural world leads to the massive growth of drugs, especially generating conscious experiences capable of being aware of its existence and observing own functioning. The state can lead personal change knows as psychedelic or conscious shift of senses on a permanent scale. Several drugs entering the stage was psychoactive and mind-altering. One group of drugs comes from the of the natural world. The Hemp (cannabis, hashish), peyote (Lophophora williamsii), mescaline (peyote plant phenethylamine class) and synthetics of LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide-25) and MMDA (3-methoxy-4,5 methylenedioxyamphetamine) were the most known for reaching an altering-mind stage.

 

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