Oil and cash will come and go but what is soma leaving behind other than unlimited exploration?
Yusuf Yerkel, an advisor to Erdogan, was caught on camera as he kicked a demonstrator in soma.
In a turn that vindicates Aldous Huxley, one in ten Americans ingests their daily soma supplement in the form of antidepressants.
Priests lifted portions in their ladles and placed these on the sacrificial fire, and they made soma.
In the Veda we are told that the suppliants "squeeze the soma with stones."
The soma plant has been thought to be the Asclepias acida,11 a plant growing in Persia and called hom in Persian.
His enemies, we are told of Indra, he overcomes in the inspiration of the soma.
They refuse to admit the identity of the Vedic soma with their own sacred plant, which they assert is never found in India.
The moon is the god Chandra, who became identified with soma.
It is represented as the friend and companion of soma, the god of Ambrosia.
name of an intoxicant used in ancient Vedic ritual, prepared from the juice of some East Indian plant, 1785, from Sanskrit soma, from PIE *seu- "juice," from root *seue- (2) "to take liquid" (see sup (v.2)). In "Brave New World" (1932), the name of a state-dispensed narcotic producing euphoria and hallucination.
soma so·ma (sō'mə)
n. pl. so·mas or so·ma·ta (-mə-tə)
The entire body of an organism, exclusive of the germ cells.
The axial part of a body, including the head, neck, trunk, and tail.
The body of a person as contrasted with the mind or psyche.
See cell body.