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Monday, July 13, 2015

CHEMISTRY, FOLKLORE AND THE BILL OF RIGHTS




I give a happy shout out to Terrence
McKenna!


He,too, has found conscious entities through various membranes beyond time - riding the wave of semi-legal BRAIN CHEMISTRY.

I'm told he's dead: I expect to see him at any time.


 




The little people exist
all right. And there are more of them
than anyone ever imagined!



The problem is, it took me three days
with no sleep in order to see the little people
And I was usually drinking something, too

I never saw them otherwise - unless I had
gone without sleep for the requisite three nights - and that's not easy. I used to do it frequently. "Exhausting the brain."


Terrence found an easier way to enter into
forbidden and unknown realms. He used D.M.T.,
which is a natural chemical in the human brain.

If you starve yourself for about a week,
you will start to experience the same kind of
visions you will experience if you boost the
DMT in your system. 'Exhausting the body.'


I have done it and it's not pleasant -
the streetcars get very annoying as they squeal
around corners when they make their turns.



Sometimes it's better to ingest a medicine
in order to effect the improvement in brain
chemistry, rather than engage in extreme practices.

The shamans have been doing it for thousands of years.

Why not we?



The early Christians ingested
the Sacred Mushroom ("Eat this, this is my body").


After that the knowledge of the sacred mushroom was repressed. Mushroom use is esoteric knowledge.





Not for the masses. Ho! Ho!


And look where we are now, because of this repression. The churches are screwed. Communion is meaningless.


When Christ said, "Eat this, this is my body." He
was being literal!

I am talking about the nature of the original Christian Communion. They used wine and the flesh of the sacred mushroom. If you ate the flesh of the gods,
you yourself would undergo an experience of divinity.
You didn't have to take some priest's word
that holiness was real. You embodied it.


??Many of the words in the New Testament
are code mushroom words.

SEE: johnallegro.org for his brilliant delineation
of the hidden mushroom words. See especially the INDEX in the back of his book, "THE SACRED
MUSHROOM AND THE CROSS."


John Allegro was brilliant in his methods, sussing out the derivation of language all the way back to the Sumerian. His thesis is now ACCEPTED by most independently
thinking etymologists working today,

including one well-respected Russian
professor professor, who affirms Allegro with gusto.
It is generally accepted these days
that John Allegro's perspective on the
meaning of words in the New Testament
is the correct view, however unpalatable
Allegro's findings may be to the churches.




(Despite being right, John Allegro's


honesty about the Christ and the mushroom


being intimately related, this courageous


truth-telling resulted in him being mocked


and rejected. It ruined his career.)


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We have to discuss the basic right of PERSONAL CONSCIOUSNESS DEVELOPMENT. We must encode it into our CONSTITUTIONS and BILLS OF RIGHTS.

For this is the paramount right. The right to explore and control one's own mind, and make meaningful decisions.



Without having this right and encoding it into law, all the other rights we supposedly have become meaningless.

This is a topic for another day. I'm having way
too much fun writing this article to get bogged
down in a legal argument.


This is a central legal issue. And
it is always much more pleasing , in the realm of Constitutional Law, to argue a principle that is
entirely correct.


The right to explore your
own consciousness and think independently
goes to the very foundation of the law of nations

I am extremely serious about the necessity
to encode this basic right, but let's not
make the argument now.


Exploring Inner Consciousness itself, the FINAL FRONTIER is far more interesting than making legal arguments. Though

the above mentioned argumnent will have to be made,
and it will be fascinating to make it.


Think of this: in a democracy
one man is required to vote. But how can a person vote
without totally exploring the ground of his being. The very principle of democracy is based on the freedom to derive one's own opinion - freedom of thought and freedom of speech without restriction or restraint.

Certain medications, fuels and foods are necessary for deep thought
for the individual to fully form his own
opinion - in order to properly make the democratic decision.


Medicines that illuminate the mind and increase the vision of the brain, we must use
such substances. It is necessary that such medicines be legal.
Why should we restrict ourselves from using

these necessary shamanistic plants?




Chemicals are important.


Emotions are carried through the human body
as chemicals, peptides.

Is it so strange that
an organic chemical messenger should gives us
our first taste of holiness? Our first taste of the Lord who rides the clouds, the Lord of the Meeting Rivers, the Lord who is the mirror within us, the sacredness of all things?


God uses chemicals. Why is it improper
to find Him with the assistance
of chemicals?


To find the Universe of the Mind within us, explore the ocean of the real...the God Molecule
exists to help make us see the nature of the sacred.



We have been taught such utter crap. It
is necessary to unlearn all one's upbringing, all one's schooling, in order to be able to begin
to see.


It is urgent that we begin to know the divinity
around us, the incandescenc
which is the spirit-heart-mind burgeoning within us.


Consciousness travels in mysterious ways - but it does travel. And it reaches into our innermost being.


Distractions are not enough to nourish
the soul, we must have the vision of what is precisely before us, exactly in the here and now.


Whatever fuels are needed, we must use and
approve them.





The Sacred Mushroom - it is essential to use
it in the Christian sacrament of Holy Communion. It is necessary for
the religious use of an indigenous sect -
the Christians. Because it is essential
for a religion to perform its most
important sacrament, it must be approved
by the Courts.



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(C)2015 by W.G. Milne
















 



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