In the nineties, Dr. Rick Strassman propelled 60 willing psychonauts into extra dimensional hyperspace so he could stay behind and watch their bodies. While these volunteers shattered through illusionary space-time toward the straits of pure consciousness, Strassman and his nurse were monitoring their vital organs. No need for a bumpy flight home.
All that Strassman asked in return for sponsoring this get-a-far-far-away vacation was that he heard all about it. The high-doses of DMT he administered to them was no free ticket, he was working on a tourist booklet for the exotic vacationeer type.
In DMT: The Spirit Molecule Strassman chronicles his experiments with the psychoactive compound, found in our pineal gland as well as practically every living organism on the planet: Dimethyltryptamine. Today’s documentary is a sort of updated compendium to the book and is narrated by MMA, DMT, and HAHAHA guy, Joe Rogan.
The findings of Strassman reveal DMT’s contribution to be far beyond psychedelic experience, rather a vital tool in the human mind’s evolution. Here’s just one quote from one of the subjects:
“One thousand years in fifteen minutes. Well, to say the least, it was profound.”
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