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Psychedelic Information Theory

Shamanism in the Age of Reason

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Eidetic Hallucination

Psychedelics can produce many types of hallucination, including geometric webs and grids;1 distortions of space and time;2 and photographic images of objects, people, or scenery. Hallucinations with a photographic, animated, or film-like clarity are ...

Notes on Frame Stacking

The Frame Stacking Model of Hallucinogenic Action was proposed by a Canadian researcher who wishes to remain anonymous. The model is based on first-hand experimentation with LSD and Salvia divinorum, and is presented here as a brief edit of a much lo...

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Erratic Hallucination

hallucinations have formal properties that can shed light on their origins. Entoptic hallucinations are characterized by geometric forms originating in the retina and optic tract.1 Eidetic hallucinations are characterized by photographic images origi...

An Overview of Physical Shamanism

... to produce film-like or fully animated cartoon hallucinations. The 24hz spirit interrupt then masks itself onto multisensory pathways and is perceived as an ontologically distinct spirit realm emerging as a phantom but embedded part of physical re...

Entoptic Hallucination

Entoptic hallucination, geometric hallucinations, or phosphenes, are one of the most commonly reported visual effects of psychedelics. Phosphenes are a sensation of light caused by excitation of the retina by mechanical or electrical means. Pressure ...

Altered States: The Origin of Art in Entoptic Phenomena

... do, however, distinguish between entoptics and hallucinations. Entoptics are geometric patterns whose origins are in the nervous system itself, whereas hallucinations are iconic and culturally determined and may be experienced in all senses (aural...

Psychedelic Pharmacology

... process sensation and memory lead to spontaneous hallucination; excitation in autonomic assemblies which process thought and self-awareness lead to expanded states of psychedelic consciousness. Molecular Shape and Receptor Affinity [fig]3;1[/fig]...

The Value of Psychedelic Information

... takes the form of visual, audio, and sensory hallucination, but can also be abstract or gestalt in nature. Finally, psychedelic information also applies to any works of art or concepts that originate from or evoke psychedelic experience. This ...

The psychotomimetic effects of short-term sensory deprivation

... often report perceptual disturbances such as hallucinations, especially over extended periods of time. However, there is little evidence concerning short-term sensory deprivation and whether its effects differ depending on the individual concern...

EEG coherence in post-LSD visual hallucinations

... certain individuals may result in chronic visual hallucinations, a DSM-IV syndrome known as hallucinogen persisting perception disorder (HPPD). We studied 38 HPPD subjects with a mean of 9.7 years of persistent visual hallucinations and 33 control s...

What is Consciousness?

... Errors in human perception are sometimes called hallucination. RecognitionData from perception is parsed and matched against known salient patterns; this process is called recognition. Human recognition is driven by hormonal reaction to salient p...

Notes on the Content of Hallucination

The content of psychedelic hallucinations has been described vividly in many places. See “Tripping” by Charles Hayes, or the Erowid Experience Valuts for hundreds of fascinating first person accounts. ...

Psychedelic Information Theory

... generated spontaneously within visual and audio hallucination; ideas which pop into the subject’s imagination; novel juxtapositions of previous concepts;  and removed perspectives that allow for new holistic analysis. This information can be ...

What is Psychedelic Information Theory?

... in states of dreaming, psychosis, and hallucination. PIT seeks to model the functional output of human perception in order to extrapolate the limits and complexity of information arising in human altered states of consciousness. The foun...

Chaotic fingerprints and space-time labyrinths

Video Feedback is a great example of real-time evolving self-organising systems near the edge of chaos. With a relatively simple camera-monitor/TV set-up you can produce a vast spectrum of time-based fractal species, many of which bare great similari...

A mathematical theory of visual hallucination patterns

Neuronal activity in a two-dimensional net is analyzed in the neighborhood of an instability. Bifurcation theory and group theory are used to demonstrate the existence of a variety of doublyperiodic patterns, hexagons, rolls, etc., as solutions to th...

DMT: The Spirit Molecule

A Doctor's Revolutionary Research into the Biology of Near Death and Mystical Experiences. "Near-death experiences. Alien abductions. Lucid dreams. Even gods and goddesses. Try DMT for an explanation and it all holds together. It's brain chemistry...

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