L. A. Marzulli
I was asked recently to comment on DMT, which is a powerful hallucinigen that catapults the user into an altered state where he or she meet entities that are very similar to the grays that are seen during abductions. I recently read Supernatural, by Graham Hancock who took the drug numerous times in order to explore the supernatural world of the South American Shaman. Shamans, witch doctors, occultist have been taking hallucinigens in order to contact spirit guides and “knowledge” for centuries, there’s nothing new here. We are warned in the Guidebook to the Supernatural i.e. the Bible not to do this and the reason is simple. When we take these drugs we are transported to the second heaven which is the realm of the Fallen Angels. We are on their turf and are no match for them in any way. At some point in what I believe will be the near future their will be an eviction as we are told Michael and his angels fight with Satan and his angels, and Satan looses and finds himself and his co-horts on the earth.
We are admonished not to partake of these substances because they will lead us into deception. Here is an excerpt from The Cosmic Chess Match, that delves into this further. In the end the God of the Bible knows what He is talking about when he warns us to stay away from these practices.
From The Cosmic Chess Match
Shamans use drugs to catapult the seeker into what is sometimes referred as the Lower Astral. I believe this is nothing more than a modern name describing the second heaven.
Gurus meditate to produce an altered state of consciousness. Once again they are breaking into the second Heaven by occult means.
Sharon Beekmann‘s book is a psychologically perceptive description of occultism‘s magnetism for a troubled youth and a moving account of the Lord Jesus Christ‘s power to liberate a young woman from it. The book alerts dabblers in the occult to the dreadful dangers of deceptive ―spirit guides‖…
Beekmann was involved with several spirit guides;
much like Blossom Goodchild is today. When she tried to cut
off the contact with these beings she found to her horror that she couldn‟t. Once she allowed them into her mind, she found it nearly impossible to rid herself of them.
These spirits, which at one time gave her amazing visions of light, love and happiness, now tortured her with horrible visions. Here‟s a sample of what she went through. In this brief summation Beekmann is conversing with a long time friend about what she is going through.
―How are you Sharon?‖
―You really want to know?‖
Tad paused and asked again, ―Yes, Sharon, I really
want to know. How are you?‖
―well, I‘m not doing so well. You remember when I
wrote about channeling spirits? Well, a couple of years ago they turned on me, and I can‘t make them leave. I don‘t know what to do.‖
What‘s it like?‖
It‘s bad, very bad, especially when I‘m alone. They infuse thoughts and feelings into me and keep me awake at night. Sometimes my body is racked with pain, and yet I know nothing is wrong. The first year was the worst, but now they allow me to work. Otherwise, they interfere with my relationships, making it impossible to sustain a friendship. My life is not my own.
Dimethyltryptamine – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (The links in the paragraph below will not work!!!)
DMT occurs naturally in many species of plants often in conjunction with its close chemical relatives 5-MeO-DMT and bufotenin (5-OH-DMT). DMT-containing plants are commonly used in South American Shamanic practices. It is usually one of the main active constituents of the drinkayahuasca, however ayahuasca is sometimes brewed with plants which don’t produce DMT. It occurs as the primary psychoactive alkaloid in several plants including Mimosa tenuiflora, Diplopterys cabrerana, and Psychotria viridis. DMT is found as a minor alkaloid in snuff made fromVirola bark resin in which 5-MeO-DMT is the main active alkaloid. DMT is also found as a minor alkaloid in bark, pods, and beans of Anadenanthera peregrina and Anadenanthera colubrina used to make Yopo and Vilca snuff in which bufotenin is the main active alkaloid. Psilocin, an active chemical in many psychedelic mushrooms, is structurally similar to DMT.
The psychotropic effects of DMT were first studied scientifically by the Hungarian chemist and psychologist Dr. Stephen Szára who performed research with volunteers in the mid-1950s. Szára, who later worked for the US National Institutes of Health, had turned his attention to DMT after his order for LSD from the Swiss company Sandoz Laboratories was rejected on the grounds that the powerful psychotropic could be dangerous in the hands of a communist country.
DMT can produce powerful psychedelic experiences including intense visuals, euphoria and hallucinations (perceived extensions of reality). DMT is generally not active orally unless it is combined with a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) such as a reversible inhibitor of monoamine oxidase A (RIMA), for example, harmaline. Without an MAOI, the body quickly metabolizes orally administered DMT, and it therefore has no hallucinogenic effect unless the dose exceeds monoamine oxidase’s metabolic capacity. Other means of ingestion such as smoking or injecting the drug can produce powerful hallucinations and entheogenic activity for a short time (usually less than half an hour), as the DMT reaches the brain before it can be metabolized by the body’s natural monoamine oxidase. Taking a MAOI prior to smoking or injecting DMT prolongs and potentiates the effects.
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Review of Wathcers 4 – On the Edge
Bravo gents! You’ve bloody well done it again. Riveting, compelling and Rick, beautifully shot. Love, love, love it. Now….what’s next chaps????????
AEGIS FILM GROUP
We made our number and Russ Dizdar, Richard Grund, Larry B. and I are going to Chitzen Itza! Thanks to all who helped by contributing. Your prayers are needed now! L.A.
L. A. Marzulli will be speaking: “Exploring the meaning and relevance of two myths and their relevance in this time of transition in 2012; the stories of the “watcher gods” in the first century text, “The Gospel of Enoch”, and the prophecy of the return of Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent-god of the Aztecs. We will be examining correlations between these two in light of our contemporary times.”