posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 09:43 PM
if death is like sleep... cool. i understand the human body manufactures '___', tryptamines are the magic in the psychedelic mushrooms, it is the ahhh
in ayahuasca, it is in canary reed grass, mimosa, acacia, and other plants, we humans have been so exposed to these and other bio-psiochems that we
have evolved receptors to interact with and when we die...our bodies dump the '___' into our system.
Ironically '___' is a hallucinogen and often the user experiences LIGHT.
Is this the "light" that we have attributed to deity(s) religions, mystery schools etc....
So when we die we see the light, hallucinate whatever makes your ego accept its finale, imagine rejoining dead relatives, meeting your saints,
is this state a flashing moment seems like an eternity and then.