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DMT, 2012, species wide brain damage, and ascension
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1706996:MV8xODQxNzcyXzMwNzIxMDI1XzU1N0Y4RTc2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 2126195:MV8xODQxNzcyXzMwNzE3NDUyX0UxOTgwMEMy] And you do realize that meditation produces such affects by altering the chemicals in our brains right? Its just two means to a similar thing. I'm not saying 'we are the chemical interactions in our brains', or any other sort of overtly materialistic/reductionist explanation, but these things certainly are involved in orchestrating our awareness on some level. You don't really seem to familiar with psychedelics. Check out the dmt-nexus. Most folks combines various practices (most often meditation) with they're psychedelic experiences. And, go figure, its pretty widely accepted that many of the ancients who developed these various practices also used psychedelic plants. [/quote] I can vouch that meditating will not, in any way shape or form, EVER gey you as far as smoking a huge rip of DMT. You might THINK you get close. but if you're still thinking, instead of having a universal/cosmic download from a supernatural insectoid/archon type god, you're nowhere NEAR where you should be. DMT is produced when you meditate, for sure, but smoking it will get you to places you could NEVER get, even if you were meditating 24/7 for your entire life. [/quote]
This is sort of like an updated stoned-ape theory (if your familiar with terence mckenna).
Free .pdf the author put out. If you don't wanna just read the whole book check out his sites. There is tons of info on them.
link to leftinthedark.org.uk
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