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Researcher Develops Machine To Allow Psychonauts To Explore God-Forbidden Pharmakia (Spirit) Realm

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The last half century has seen humanity take its first, tentative steps into outer space. Initially, through American and Russian astronaut missions into Earth orbit and then to the Moon, though more recently robotic probes have ventured beyond our solar system entirely. Will the next fifty years, however, see us beginning to methodically explore inner space instead? That’s the plan of Dr Andrew Gallimore, a computational neurobiologist, pharmacologist, chemist, and writer who has been interested in the neural basis of psychedelic drug action for many years, and who has authored a number of articles and research papers on the powerful psychedelic drug, N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) and its effects on the brain and consciousness. DMT is known for its reality-shifting effect, blasting users almost instantly from the mundane world of our everyday senses into bizarre otherworlds that feel convincingly real. Gallimore has in recent years proposed a method for keeping people in the ‘DMT space’ for longer periods of time – so that psychonauts can spend more time studying what is going on there – using a similar technology to that used when giving anaesthetic during surgery… (READ MORE)

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