posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 01:17 PM
a reply to: Aural
You're right, there is no psilocybin in the human body. There is no where in the body that it is produced naturally. However, '___'-
Dimethyltryptamine is produced by practically every living creature on earth. It is also the most potent hallucinogen known to man. The pineal gland
is responsible for a large production of '___'. Our pineal gland has been linked to a lot of different things, our emotions, our vision, our thoughts,
the way we interact with the world. As of now no scientist has any explanation for why this chemical exists in our bodies, or why basically every
creature on earth can also be found with '___' in their bodies. I could sit here and focus on things that can't be proven regarding the nature of what
we perceive, but instead i'm going to focus on things that can be proven.
'___' is a strong hallucinogenic drug that causes vivid, intense hallucinations in the user. '___' is found in all living things around the world.
It's role is unclear in consciousness, however when you add extra amounts into your body you begin an intense trip. These trips are often very hard to
explain as many users say it takes you into another dimension. A few things I noticed from people explaining the trips. It caused them to see vivid
geometrical shapes and patterns, they could no longer distinguish size, they could not understand the concept or awareness of self, they become one
with their environments losing track of their "edge", etc. After looking at his drawings, paintings. It's clear to me that he obviously had a problem
with his pineal, he more than likely had a higher dmt production in his brain. That would explain his artistic abilities. His subconcious played a
huge role in the things he interpreted through his art. If you look at a lot of them, you can really see certain things that look like cancerous cells
dividing and growing, or certain things that look like they are being destroyed and replaced. It's quite interesting.
In 2013, researchers first reported '___' in the pineal gland microdialysate of rodents. Rodent '___'
In 2011, Nicholas V. Cozzi, of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, concluded that INMT, an enzyme that may be associated
with the biosynthesis of '___' and endogenous hallucinogens, is present in the primate (rhesus macaque) pineal gland, retinal ganglion neurons, and
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