Although not everyone is mentally or emotionally fit for psychedelics, I firmly believe everyone should “trip” at least once in their life–and the sooner, the better. Whether it be mushrooms (psilocybin), LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), peyote (mescaline), or DMT (N-Dimethyltryptamine), these substances are played by authority figures and the media to have negative consequences, but in actuality, they have significantly more positive purposes.
While experiencing the effects of hallucinogens, one wanders in and out of various states of consciousness. All conditioned beliefs of reality become flipped or even destroyed for the better, leaving one to perceive life in a more spiritual light. While all five senses of the human body are affected, the most intense, it seems, are typically visual. One’s vision becomes distorted into a kaleidoscope pattern of their visual surroundings interlinked through twirling spirals that often work like fractals.
Fractals are never-ending, geometric patterns that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repeating a simple process repeatedly in an ongoing feedback loop of images through dynamic systems that describe partly random or chaotic phenomena such as crystal growth, fluid turbulence, and galaxy formation. Fractals and visual hallucinations fit into the spiral of the Fibonacci sequence, and more particularly, our DNA.
In Shamanic tradition, DNA takes the form of a twisted ladder similar to that of the Axis Mundi, or cosmic axis (world tree), representing the connection between Heaven and Earth or the higher and lower realms. Such was the source of shamanic knowledge and visions. Carlos Perez Shuma compared spirits to radio waves, claiming that once you turn on the radio and tune into a specific frequency, you can pick these spirits up, being able to see and hear them.
Many people who have taken DMT have experienced encounters with interdimensional beings who are either confused about why you are there or are there to help with whatever troubles you. It makes sense, considering the Fibonacci sequence is known as the “divine” number and DMT as the “divine” or “spirit” molecule. Seventeenth-century philosopher, Rene Descartes, claimed that the pineal gland, a small organ located deep within the center of the brain responsible for producing melatonin, was the seat of the soul. It was later discovered that it also makes and secretes DMT.
Going back to our ocean of energy made up of vibrations or frequency waves, it was discovered that each cell within the DNA of every living being emits electromagnetic photon waves. The wavelength at which these photon waves are emitted, surprisingly, corresponds precisely to the narrow band of our visible light spectrum. Whether through ingesting hallucinogens or when released naturally in the brain, a flood of electrochemical reactions is set off, stimulating our DNA to produce this photon emission. The result of these emissions is the perceived hallucinations an individual experiences.
It has been speculated that on some unknown unconscious level, the genetic encoder, DNA, produces a bridge to the biological memory of all living things—an aura of unbounded awareness manifesting itself in the activated mind. This could explain the overwhelming feelings of “oneness” experienced by individuals.
That “oneness” is a feeling that is consciously or unconsciously desired by every human being. Although one can survive on his own, there still exists the need for a sense of community. We are social creatures, and ultimately, our survival depends on it. Without social interaction, the human brain starts to mentally deteriorate, with extreme emotions, anxiety, paranoia, distress, and depression. Hallucinogens may have the ultimate cure for such things.
Researchers have been conducting studies on volunteer patients suffering from depression and post-traumatic stress disorders, using microdoses of LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, and Ketamine, yielding positive results. However, since these drugs are classified as Schedule I controlled substances, research has been carefully watched and extremely limited.
Can you imagine a world where the medications doctors prescribed actually did something about your problem rather than merely mask the symptoms?
It isn’t likely to happen anytime soon with the billions and billions of dollars being made by the demented drug dealers of the pharmaceutical industry. But, hey, at least we are working on it…