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Several speculative and as yet untested hypotheses suggest that endogenous '___', produced in the human brain, is involved in certain psychological and neurological states. As '___' is naturally produced in small amounts in humans and other mammals (although the mechanism is not yet understood), some believe it plays a role in dreaming, near-death experiences and other mystical states. It has been speculated by the researcher Jace Callaway that '___' might be connected with visual dreaming. It is also speculated that '___' can be found in elevated amounts during times of visual dreaming or after near-death experiences.
In a 1988 study conducted at UNM, psychiatrist Rick Strassman found that approximately 20% of volunteers injected with high doses of '___' had experiences identical to purported alien abductions.
Originally posted by Arcane Demesne
I personally have not tried any drugs, but a lot of research has been done on it. Too bad I can't find a print of SUPERNATURAL here in the US, meh.
Originally posted by Zion Mainframe
I'm currently reading Supernatural. Hancock tried the 'ayahuasca' stuff ten times, for research. and he also took 'ibogaine', which is also a hallucinogenic drug.
He believes the hallucinations are actually another realm/ dimension of consciousness , which the Ancients also had access to. I'm only on page 50 (of 600) though, so I'm not really sure where Hancock is going to in his book.
You should really try to get a copy of the book, its very interesting.
Here is a review of the book: www.andrewcollins.com...
Originally posted by DaFunk13
I know my single experiment with '___' did not involve an abduction, just lots of pretty colors and a really euphoric, spiritual experience. Not to advocate...only educate.
I remember nothing even remotely similar to an alien abduction, and I am pretty sure I remember the whole thing.