posted on Apr, 1 2010 @ 02:34 AM
No, but I've used psilocybin, '___', MDMA, marijuana, coc aine, crystal meth, GHB, nitrous oxide, and probably a few other exciting substances
that are slipping my mind at the moment.
I just listened to them take a call from a doper who asserted quite emphatically that psilocybin has done nothing but remove all of his illusions and
enhance his creativity. He stated that psilocybin ought to be worshipped, and Hancock enthusiastically and rigorously agreed with him.
I was enormously creative before I ever touched psychedelic drugs.
Just because your drug trip gave you something trippy to paint or write about, that doesn't mean the drugs have awakened your creativity.
Creative people are creative regardless of whether they have access to mind altering substances.
Sure when you're on ayahuasca, you might have some insight in between the vomiting and the explosive diarrhea. But so what? There are safer, less
messy ways of experiencing insights.
Don't get me wrong, I am a fan of Hancock's research. I just wish tonight's program would deal more with the things he's found in the
archaeological record, as opposed to the things he thinks he found while puking his guts out on powerful hallucinogens.