A PSYCHEDELIC RESORT/LAB SEASTEAD
*An offshore village of concrete dome homes, on platforms interconnected by walkways, a dozen miles off the coast of Mexico (where the ocean’s only 20-30 feet deep) …
* Some of the domes are private residences, some are cabanas for visitors; some are labs for brewing psychedelics like LSD and DMT, some are mushroom farms; a couple are psychopharmacology research labs; one holds some sensory deprivation tanks
* No psychedelics are sold for use outside the village (to avoid conflict with governments of conventional land-bound countries)
* The first-phase business model is psychedelic tourism: Folks will pay to come hang out in the resort, soak up the sun, swim in the beautiful ocean, and take the locally-created psychedelics in a safe & lovely environment. This “psychedelic tourism” will generate enough revenue to keep the village operating
*The second-phase business model is patenting of novel psychedelic psychotherapies—that have been found in the village’s research labs to have therapeutic value. Note that research on psychedelics has basically halted worldwide, due to legal issues. So there is a huge amount of research into psychedelic-related psychotherapeutic substances, that is begging to be done but remains unexplored for legal reasons. Getting the patents ensuing from this research properly tested and approved for use in major nations will take some time, but once the approval comes, this could be a multibillion dollar moneymaker, as well as a beautiful thing for humanity.