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Andrew Gallimore's book on DMT and the brain Options
jim
Posted: Sunday, December 01, 2019 3:24:31 PM

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I highly recommend Andrew Gallimore's book, "Alien Information Theory: Psychedelic Drug Technologies and the Cosmic Game".

Part of it was an interesting and unexpected foray into the functioning of the human brain (hint: it doesn't work the way you would think). Armed with that, he proposes a logically consistent theory about how DMT can unlock, in the brain, access to a hyperspace of reality, where resides other higher intelligences. Cool stuff.
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Posted: Wednesday, December 04, 2019 11:31:17 AM
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YES! I love Andrew Gallimore's work and I've watched many interviews featuring him on YouTube. He is a fantastic researcher and he's more or less convinced me that this Hyperspace realm is indeed a separate reality from ours.

I like the way he explains his theory and how the human mind can switch under the influence of DMT and tune into another reality. And the DMT world is so unlike other worlds created by the brain. Users claim that it's nothing like the dream state or the LSD, psilocybin state. It's a very unique compound and deserves further investigation. I'd love to try it myself one day.

I really hope the DMTx experiments get going in 2020...

Imagine being able to explore Hyperspace for hours on end... what could we learn?
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