posted on May, 29 2010 @ 04:08 AM
Originally posted by Chamberf=6
It's a shame alcohol is the only substance we are able to discuss here in relation to what may help such experiences.
Originally posted by St-Patrick
Yeah This is such a shame that we can't talk about "other substances" on this forum. I guess it is because this website is located in USA and as
we know it USA is a drug free society where no ones knows anything about illegal drugs.
Yes, it definitely is. The FACT that many hallucinogenic substances have been made illegal - while science has found no permanent or temporary
physical, neurological or mental ill-effects from them, and many people claim the contrary - while scientifically proven dangerous substances such as
alcohol, industrialized tobacco products and a number of pharmaceutical drugs are legal and sold with great benefit to the state is one of the
greatest conspiracies of the 20th/21st century, and the fact that the largest so called conspiracy web site on the internet refuses to deal with it
only shows the limitations of freedom of speech.
Deny ignorance? Those words means nothing unless you stop censoring information...
I'm a great advocate of certain substances criminalized by the state. Although, not in a recreative sense. There's a difference between use and
abuse, and to me these drugs are simply tools to unlock certain doors to your psyche, and to what lies beyond.
Those of you who have taken the same road as me knows what I'm talking about, those of you who haven't sadly don't.
In my personal experience, alcohol is probably the most ineffective drug for spiritual growth, since it has a tendency to destroy everything it comes
in contact with. It makes you aggressive, rash, disequilibriated, and it destroys the most valuable thing you have, your brain and your intellect.
Nevertheless, I'm not going to deny it's possible use as such, since I know that some shamans use alcohol in their rites. Even a blunt tool might do
the job, but considering the existing alternatives for intellectual and spiritual growth, I really don't see the point.