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Pinchbeck, Daniel - DPT experience

Identifier

002314

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

Not much fun and bliss here

A description of the experience

Daniel Pinchbeck – Breaking Open the head

In making this alliance, in this speculative interpretation, not only did I have no control once the process was set in motion, but the entity that integrated into me had little choice in the matter as well. ‘I’ was somehow part of his evolution, his inquiry, as much as he was part of mine.  Other forces were involved in guiding the merge, but don’t ask me who or what they are…

Through communion with a human being, a spirit from a super sensible realm gets to smell, taste, love, all our sense realm experiences.  On our side perhaps we can utilise some tiny aspect of its higher vision and its powers.  I don’t know at this point exactly what for but perhaps that will be revealed to me at some future point………….

Like DMT, the level of visual organisation of the DPT realm was far beyond anything the synaptic wiring of my brain could create – it was its own peacock feathery way not just as real as this reality, but far more real, crackling with power.  I felt from the entities exploring my mind a kind of contempt, a disdain for human beings trapped in our pitifully unsophisticated domain, our meat realm.  They seemed somewhere between bemused and enraged that we had trespassed……….

I suspect it is possible that DPT released you into the demonic world – the supernatural world of magical entities sketched by Aubrey Beardsley and described by Aleister Crowley.  Perhaps DPT is the demon molecule recognising that demons are ambiguous entities in many traditions – the wrathful deities in Tibetan Buddhism are depicted as frightening monsters, drinking blood out of skulls, multiarmed, with fangs and talons

The source of the experience

Pinchbeck, Daniel

Concepts, symbols and science items

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Activities and commonsteps

Activities

Overloads

DPT

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