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    DMT: A Biochemical Drug

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    “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions.” Albert Einstein DMT: The Spirit Molecule is a research work based book by Dr. Rick Strassman on a biochemical named dimethyltryptamine (DMT) having short span but strong and mysterious effects. It is a psycho-active and consciousness-escalating drug commonly titled as ‘Humanity’s God Drug’. DMT’s psychedelic-effect induces near demise, spiritual and other-worldly experiences so, it has been outlawed all over the world with

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    Essay On DMT

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    Smoking DMT is a life changing event. Although it is highly illegal, it is also harmless and produced naturally within the brain. Sadly, many people have never even heard of DMT, and therefore may be highly uninformed of the drug, if they know anything about it at all. Also, due to it being illegal, it is very hard for research to be done on the drug. DMT is no ‘party drug’; it is absolutely not to be used simply for the purpose of ‘tripping out’. It is to be used for a spiritual experience, to become

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    instantaneously replaced, not only with a hallucination, but a hallucination whose alien character is its utter alienness. Nothing in this world can prepare one for the impressions that fill your mind when you enter the DMT sensorium."- McKenna. N,N-dimethyltryptamine(DMT) is a psychoactive chemical in the tryptamine family, which causes intense visuals and strong psychedelic mental affects when smoked, injected, snorted, or when swallowed orally (with an MAOI such as haramaline). DMT was first synthesized

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    Tryptamines and Mysticism: Defining Reality Taylor Liles West Texas A&M University The focus of this paper is to illuminate the extraordinary psychological phenomena surrounding a class of hallucinogenic chemical compounds known as Tryptamines as well as to discuss a number of studies on the effects and long term benefits of their use. Despite recent laws against their use, humans have used these substances recreationally, therapeutically, and even spiritually for thousands of years in nearly every

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    Historically, before some substances have had the chance to be outlawed by the government, they have been used in the field of medicine. Cocaine was a local anesthetic, MDMA was used in therapy for people with depression, and more famously, marijuana still has a use in the treatment of various diseases today. Natural psychedelics, like mushrooms and DMT, hold similar potential for use in therapeutic sessions due to the effect they have on the mind. Here, the term 'psychedelic' will refer to naturally

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    Drugs and Cyberspace Since the beginning of time, humans have been searching for the ultimate answer. Throughout many cultures, plants as well as manufactured substances are used both for healing and to broaden perceptions and challenge reality. Drugs are a part of the incessant evolution of the human species towards a higher and greater intelligence, empathy and awareness or consciousness (Rushkoff, 34). Gurus and shaman have eternally incorporated plant chemicals into methods for enlightenment

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    The Importance Of Drugs

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    Drugs have been a part of society for thousands of years. Drugs were used to heal the sick and used by some for pleasure. Drugs were not first used as a means to earn money, but instead as a way to help others and ease pain. Not until the early to mid-nineteenth century, were drugs used to gain access to money, to reduce pain, and gain pleasure for some. Over time various drugs have contributed to the deterioration of society in some places. Drugs can be placed into different schedules. The schedules

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    Budhism and The Seven Chakras

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    which unlocks an experience like none other; literally transcending the confines of the human psyche as it is in our physical bodies. This door to another dimension is a substance known by scientific communities as Dimethyltryptamine, or simply, DMT. I- What is DMT? A. Dimethyltryptamine (2-(1H-indol-3-yl)-N,N-dimethylethanamine) B. A Tryptamine molecule that has psychedelic properties. C. Exists in living beings as a communication device between the dimensions II-How is it used? A. Smoking,

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    Dmt Research Papers

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    DMT, an abbreviation for dimethyltryptamine, is a psychedelic compound of the tryptamine class that is secreted by the pineal gland of the human brain. DMT structure resembles the neurotransmitter itself, thus allowing it to break the blood brain barrier and acts as a powerful hallucinogen. The effects of DMT in human consciousness is awesome. The answer to the fundamental questions of life and death can be answered by pressing the consciousness is awakened by DMT. Let us try and understand more

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    Behavior Theory and Depression

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    how the information is gathered. Scientific critical thinking helps to unlock some of these mysteries. This is a huge subject to gather information on so I am focusing on depression, and the use study of anti-depressants and the possibility of Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) also known as the spirit molecule. The scientific method of; preforming tests gathering data, interpreting data, and the ability of being able to prove the test results by the test being reproducible, to prove or disprove the hypothesis

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