“I wouldn’t call them hallucinations. They help people break out of the everyday hallucination of separation. And to the reality of truth. And whether they did it through wine, or mana, or soma, who cares? The fact is, they brought people into a reality that is much more real than the reality that causes war, terrorism, eco-destruction, social injustice and radical poverty, which are all projections of the separate mind.”
Watch Michael Persinger’s award-winning lecture on Pyschotropic Drugs and the Nature of Reality, as he explores through the lens of neurobiology, the effects of psychotropic drugs such as LSD and marijuana, and their economic and political value.