September 4, 2013
Datura Dilema, just like the Moonflower... only flow's during the night or very early morning hours. The genus name is derived from Dhatura, an ancient Hindu word. Dilema comes from the Greek; it is a problem offering at least two possibilities, neither of which are practically acceptable. Today, Datura Dilema grows underground and unmaterialistic, yet innovative in cold and calculated minds, just as a dilema in two alternative ways, constructive and/or destructive; clearly defined mind-blowing repetitive sequences. Datura Dilema can lay dormant underground for years and germinate when the time is disturbed; darker edged and obscure melodramatic deep drones fill up landscapes of pervasive cloud sculptures. His complexity retains an abstract electronica direction that translates into Tropane alkaloids, hyoscyamine and scopolamine which are classified as deliriants or anticholinergics utilizing machinery and a variety of tools. Datura Dilema and its seeds and leaves, are sometimes used as a hallucinogen, which are used to build and create compressed analogue signals in a certain way, where the mind will once again have one or both of the choices of my dilema. Datura Dilema intoxication typically produces a complete inability to differentiate reality from fantasy; hyperthermia; bizarre and possibly strange behavioral variations like a pressure wave caused by the vibration and frequency of sound and substances. Datura Dilema encapsulates a variation of sound enhancements, elements coming and going from different distances imitating refraction of sound waves, mystical twisted high quality sounds that figure as bright spots; which in reality is a form of communication generated through moods and atmospheres.