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Psychedelic Information Theory

Shamanism in the Age of Reason

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Informal Discussion of Topics

... analyzed within the fields of parapsychology or mysticism. When you're talking about psi and nonverbal communication, you are talking about synchrony and entrainment between resonant oscillators. That is not metaphysics, it is harmonic theory and p...

Spirits and Spiritual Communion

... data in novel, nonlinear ways. In accounts of mysticism and madness God only speaks to people in states of highly nonlinear destabilization: deprivation, psychosis, schizophrenia, stress, fever, and hallucination; because of this it is easy to as...

Pahnke's 'Good Friday Experiment' A Long-Term Follow-Up And Methodological Critique

... the phenomena described by our typology of mysticism" (Pahnke, 1963, p. 220). This paper is a brief methodological critique and long-term follow- up study to the "Good Friday Experiment." Pahnke, who was both a physician and a minister, ...

Why are Psychedelics Spiritual?

... interconnectedness meshes with Buddhism, Eastern mysticism, Gnosticism, as well as basic molecular biology and physics; it is no great leap to make this realization once traditional ego boundaries have been dissolved. Is interconnectedness therape...

Notes on DNA and Spiritual Rebirth

... rebirth are common in shamanism and psychedelic mysticism. Modern interpretations of these themes include genetic self-activation or evolutionary manipulation of DNA via psychedelic catalyst. While these descriptions feel authentic there is no evid...

What is Consciousness?

... but also fall under the rubric of mysticism and shamanism. By detaching modular functions of linear consciousness and allowing the sub-functions to couple in unorthodox ways, psychedelics expand the functional range of consciousness t...

Notes on Psychedelic Research

The 2006 psilocybin and mysticism study by Roland Griffiths brought new enthusiasm to the notion of mixing psychedelic spirituality with clinical therapy. ...

Modes of Psychedelic Use

... the unique personal vision than transpersonal mysticism, or the shared universal vision, even though the two different motivators are closely related. The mystic seeks unity and harmony, peace and wisdom; the artist may seek harmony, but also des...

Psychedelic Information Theory

... creativity, mind-control, brainwashing, mysticism, sorcery, and healing. The psychedelic process and psychedelic archetypes can be co-opted by any religious or political group for personal power gain, and psychedelics can be used as weapons...

What is Shamanism?

... human belief and behavior with a blend of mysticism, ritual, and psychedelic drugs.   Instead of focusing on the many societal roles and functions a shaman might fill, PIT takes a broader view and starts with this definition: Shamanism is 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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