Brion Gysin's Dreamachine produces some interesting sensory stimulation in the human brain.
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Imagine what the world would look like if there were millions of women who were anchors of ecstatic bliss energy. Imagine millions of women eschewing convention and walking their path towards their authentic nature, letting go the norms of social conformity in favor of following their heart bliss. Imagine if the world was filled with juicy mamas who love to be loved, and love to get loved on. We would live in a world where the top priority is to take care of each other, because taking care of each other is taking care of the whole.
If there is any real prospect of recovering and reviving Gnosis today, it will require looking closely at problems endemic to the Piscean Age, which the telestai were unable to solve, or denied the opportunity to solve. Deep ecology may well find the spiritual and mythic dimension it lacks in the Sophianic vision of the Mysteries. I cannot predict how this will happen, or even if it will happen, but I can offer a rough sketch of the conditions required for it to happen.
[Tranceformers: Shamans of the 21st Century] •After-Death Communication (ADC) is the official term now given to what happened to me spontaneously in June 1988 where I was contacted by a “deceased” federal government physicist colleague, George Viguet (pronounced vee-gay). My friend had “died” prematurely at age 40 from a sudden cardiac arrest seven months previously in Huntsville, Alabama, but appeared suddenly “out-of-the-blue” one morning and that invoked a state of trance in me. I slipped into a very unique consciousness that was full-of-information about life and death in fact.
[Daemonic Dispatches] • Professor V. S. Ramachandran, Director of the Center for Brain and Cognition at UC San Diego, is one of the most visible neuroscientists proclaiming and popularizing the notion that there is an imminent revolution in the understanding of the human brain. His own recent work has focused on such mysterious neurological anomalies as phantom limbs, synaesthesia, and Capgras delusion, a condition in which family and friends are experienced as strangers. Attention to anomalies is at the heart of the Fortean endeavor. Yet there is much in Dr. Ramachandran’s science that obscures rather than illuminates.
The biospheric dreambody is a higher-dimensional aspect of ourselves that, just like a dream, is nonlocal and multi-channeled, as it is not
constrained by the apparent physical laws of the third-dimensional universe. It’s a deeper part of ourselves that expresses itself synchronistically both within ourselves and simultaneously in the outside world, through both our personal process and our collective body politic. Just like a dream, something important is being revealed to us in the process of its unfoldment, something that could have worldwide consequences for our planet’s current ecological crisis.