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Peter Lemkin
02-28-2016, 07:52 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxvQusr9cwc

David Guyatt
02-29-2016, 11:13 AM
Fascinating, and I can easily see the argument for how consciousness arose (or rather deeper levels of the personal and Collective Unconscious were accessed ultimately leading to consciousness) via the use of hallucinogenic plants - albeit that those are no longer a requirement to achieve those inner states because techniques and disciplines later arose that allow consciously controlled altered states.

On the pictures painted by those under the influence of those hallucinogens, I was struck by the similarity of those to the paintings on C G Jung in his Red Book reflecting his inner visions drawn from use of his own technique of "Active Imagination".

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I was also more than interested in the speakers comments about those using the drug and their stories of discourse and communication - telepathically - with inner state/inner world intelligent entities via the use of Ayahuasca. Having had many, many similar, albeit controlled experiences, I can speak to the accuracy of this.

Graham Hancock's culminating argument is telling simply because our world is today living in a shadow state where negativity and destruction rules. We do need to break through this and recover that which is ours by right.

Peter Lemkin
02-29-2016, 04:09 PM
Not well known [Jung thought it would ruin his reputation among many], Jung took hallucinogens. It is documented in Dennis McKenna's new book 'The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss'...by the way a good book.

David Guyatt
02-29-2016, 04:44 PM
Not well known [Jung thought it would ruin his reputation among many], Jung took hallucinogens. It is documented in Dennis McKenna's new book 'The Brotherhood of the Screaming Abyss'...by the way a good book.

I've not read this book, but imagine this was Peyote during his period of time with the Navajo people in New Mexico?