Tuesday, March 18, 2014


If this blog is attracting the type of reader that I have hoped for, then a great many of you will be interested to read this first, excerpted chapter from Dr Rick Strassman’s DMT and the Soul of Prophecy. Entitled “The Hebrew Bible Prophet and the DMT Volunteer”, it travels some very intriguing territory, crossing over and dipping into various apparently contradictory domains and disciplines to emerge with some truly unique and intriguing insights into both ancient theology and cutting edge psycho-pharmaceuticals. I, for one, am looking forward to reading the rest of Strassman’s tome.


Is it possible that human beings don’t come from Earth, and that sunburns and pain during childbirth prove this "fact"? Can it be that there is an alien message embedded on our genetic code? Are we living in a hologram? Or is our species simply experiencing an epistemological breakdown that will precipitate a full-blown ontological crisis? Read this article, then YOU be the judge!


If you'd like to see an example of what I'd refer to as poor paracultural scholarship - the kind of stuff that gives honest, intellectually rigorous truth-seekers a bad name with hoi polloi - look no further than Sky Blimps, Gravity's Rainbow, Predictive Programming and Thomas Pynchon, by Paul McGuire. Apparently, the fact that Pynchon's novel features blimps (it's set in World War II and yes, blimps were used extensively in the British theater, where most of the novel takes place) is evidence that... well, that the world is about to end in a massive apocalypse, and every Christian and Jew needs to get right with God before it happens! Of course! How did I not see this before!?

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