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1320 Eric Weinstein
Wednesday, Jul 3, 2019
1320 Eric Weinstein
So those 45 minutes it's like the way I describe it is like with certain psychedelic drugs. And I do consider edible marijuana psychedelic, especially when you get into the 100 milligram, 200 milligram doses. It's very psychedelic, and especially in the tank because in the tank, when, in the absence of any visual stimulation, when your eyes are closed, you have these wild, almost like neon visuals. ... Joe Rogan: similar situations on other psychedelics, especially in the tank. ... Well, when you add any sort of psychedelic to that tank experience, everything is ramped up.


that's way different. It's way different, like that's why it's confusing to people so I can fuck with edibles. It's a different drug. It's a different drug because 11 hydroxy metabolite is not present in psychoactive form when you smoke it. So when you eat it, that's when you get that really fucking weird. Body high and interdimensional relationship. Is it better, worse or interesting? Well, for the tank, it's bueno. It's the best for the isolation tank. That's my favorite. My favorite is Ah, good, stiff dose of inedible of inedible. And then, you know, wait about 45 minutes, then get in the tank. So those 45 minutes it's like the way I describe it is like with certain psychedelic drugs. And I do consider edible marijuana psychedelic, especially when you get into the 100 milligram, 200 milligram doses. It's very psychedelic, and especially in the tank because in the tank, when, in the absence of any visual stimulation, when your eyes are closed, you have these wild, almost like neon visuals. Like I start, you start seeing these strange dancing cartoons and, like weird, weird shit.

then related to other substances.

you can get.

similar situations on other psychedelics, especially in the tank. The tank is a really unique way to experience any even even normal.

like like the normal state, the normal state of consciousness that you have without any drugs at all. Inside the tank, it transforms right because in the absence of any sensory input and you don't have anything coming your way, don't feel your skin. Your brain starts really getting free and loose, and you start. It gets very confusing as to what's reality and what's not. What are the boundaries of of vision and interpretation and just creativity, like how much of this is your imagination? How much of this is not? Well, when you add any sort of psychedelic to that tank experience, everything is ramped up. It's like.
1420 Mark Normand
Friday, Jan 31, 2020
1420 Mark Normand
Joe Rogan: Then, boom, you're in psychedelic land. ... Yeah, there's Jack in the box heads with big tongues and everything is neon psychedelic colors and the world's melting and it's honey and honey spelled phonetically correctly. ... That's what it's like the these psychedelic things you're seeing. This is about as close to creating some sort of a psychedelic hallucinogenic trip, right? ... It's psychedelic trip, and it would have the same exact effect as a psychedelic trip because it would be able to show you the same visuals.


it? That's the trip. So right there. So what happens before that trip? Find out what happens right before that. Jamie, Something happens. Yeah, because he's flora watch. So winning the pool is sitting there and all suddenly floats out of his head.

and look floating, all right, like he's fucking tripping balls on. Then as the thing goes, it goes black and then you see Winnie floating.

Then, boom, you're in psychedelic land. Everything is weird and whacked out. Yeah, there's Jack in the box heads with big tongues and everything is neon psychedelic colors and the world's melting and it's honey and honey spelled phonetically correctly.

I see it now. It's got a little What's that? Fear and loathing.

It's D Mt. This is like a D MT. Trip. That's what it's like the these psychedelic things you're seeing. This is about as close to creating some sort of a psychedelic hallucinogenic trip, right? You know, kids ride as you could get away without getting arrested.

See, I thought you meant the actual cartoon and story, but this I see.

Yeah, it's like something. They're doing something. Oh, yeah, Why's he tripping balls floating? Leary.

You're a millionaire, and that's what you spend your time. That's why weren't just remind I didn't show to yet. There's a VR. I don't think it's a game, but I think it's like VR experience if they have multiple of those. But it's so I Alaska trip. Oh, bring it on, Jamie.

What's interesting? You saying this is that Terence McKenna actually predicted that you could recreate in the future with virtual reality? It's psychedelic trip, and it would have the same exact effect as a psychedelic trip because it would be able to show you the same visuals. You know, remember, I don't remember this, but they used to be. You know what phone freaking was to remember Phone freaking. There was a way that you could use a public payphone and you had a device that would make a noise because a public payphone, right, You press a button like BBB BBB BBB. Well, you would hold a thing up to the phone and it would go.

It would send a signal through sound in the phone would just open up for you so you could use it. Oh, no court, No quarter. And you just start calling people. Oh, cool. It was done somehow another through sound like you would mimic the sound the fold would make ordinarily. So it tricked whatever was on the other end that was waiting for the signal. That was the right things. Is this it here.
1345 Steve Aoki
Wednesday, Sep 4, 2019
1345 Steve Aoki
They were there taking mind expanding psychedelics, and the cultured shifted to embrace these mind expanding psychedelics. ... Joe Rogan: There was also the sweeping psychedelic act of 1970 that made everything Schedule one and they were locking people up in jail. ... Yeah, you know, in terms of, like, the influence of psychedelic culture again, really more like 30 years. You know, it's like the two thousands Were things started happening again, or people started becoming more and more aware of the positive benefits of psychedelic drugs and altered states of consciousness, not trying to escape reality but trying to get a grip on reality from a different perspective.


Drugs Simply controversy 100.

percent. I mean, obviously, we would talk about Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles and the beach boys, like whoever else is like drugs. Yeah, door is.

Joplin, drug drugs, the doors, drugs. Right, everyone drugs. They were there taking mind expanding psychedelics, and the cultured shifted to embrace these mind expanding psychedelics. And there's also the resistance to the Vietnam War. There's this rebellious movement. There's these young, compassionate people that were trying to figure their way through life in a way that didn't resonate with the way their parents had set boundaries and standards. And they wanted out of all of it, that Goldwater Republican shit. They will. They wanted to be free in flower Children and hippies and than Woodstock and all that craziness, you know? Yeah. And what's amazing is how quickly it ended.

You know, so many things can.

so many things.

deaths.

death, scared people, you know? Like sure, you know what the other day like, when? When they're dropping at 27? Yeah. Your heroes.

Morrison and Janis Joplin. Hendrix, all 27.

And and, like, they're the leaders of this experimental revolution.

Not good.

That's gonna end things pretty.

quick. I think there was that.

There was also the sweeping psychedelic act of 1970 that made everything Schedule one and they were locking people up in jail. They were also passing laws. Direct was there was a civil rights movement was having at the same time. And they were passing laws that were directly targeting the people in the civil rights movement because they knew that they were smoking grass and they were doing right on mushrooms. I They were going after them with these drug laws. And then, you know, they would arrest one person, they would turn on everybody else. And then, you know, they do like mob tactics.

and you know, the whole thing to just poured water on it. It took.

you know, took, like, 10 or 20 years before shit started popping again. Yeah, you know, in terms of, like, the influence of psychedelic culture again, really more like 30 years. You know, it's like the two thousands Were things started happening again, or people started becoming more and more aware of the positive benefits of psychedelic drugs and altered states of consciousness, not trying to escape reality but trying to get a grip on reality from a different perspective.
1428 Brian Greene
Wednesday, Feb 19, 2020
1428 Brian Greene
Joe Rogan: you made reference to psychedelic experience. ... But tell me if you don't that those psychedelic experiences were generated by a slight change in the chemical makeup of the particles coursing through your brain and your body. ... Joe Rogan: that the human mind and particularly these glands that produce these psychedelic chemicals. ... And if you do take these like, particularly dimethyl trip to me is the most potent of all the psychedelic chemicals.


you made reference to psychedelic experience. Yeah.

and I trust you agree. But tell me if you don't that those psychedelic experiences were generated by a slight change in the chemical makeup of the particles coursing through your brain and your body.

Sometimes I'm going to change. Sometimes a lot of them, the heavier ones, are actually produced by the brain.

right, So so so to me, that's a great piece of data that speaks to the fact that all it is is particles and chemicals coursing through a structure because if the mind was somehow external to the physical makeup in the laws describing it, then how would the injection say of some kind of foreign substance? Or, as you say, the brain producing some sort of substance said it didn't ordinarily have within its makeup. Why would that be able to have such radical impact unconscious experience.

The way I would look at it if I was trying to argue against that, would be that your eyes and.

the organs of the human eye are taking in light and through that light are able to perceive physical objects in the world they would not be able to do without light. Yes, there's it's Ah, it's something that allows you to see and allows you to take in depth perception and understand shapes.

that the human mind and particularly these glands that produce these psychedelic chemicals.

when experiencing these chemicals, it allows the brain to experience things that might be there all the time, but that you cannot perceive with normal human neurochemistry that needs to be enhanced or the levels need to be changed and shifted. And what's really perplexing about these chemicals is that these chemicals are produced by your brain. And if you do take these like, particularly dimethyl trip to me is the most potent of all the psychedelic chemicals. If you take that, you have these insanely profound visions, right? Which is, you know, leads to a lot of people.

having these religious spiritual epiphanies. Have you done anything? Have you done any second experience is allowed to talk about.
1276 Ben Shapiro
Wednesday, Apr 3, 2019
1276 Ben Shapiro
And they believe that it may have been the occasion tree, which is very rich and dimethyl trip to me, which is a psychedelic substance that, actually that the brain produces. It's very common in plants, and they think that this might have been when he met God and God was a burning bush, that this might have been some crude translation of them being involved in some sort of a psychedelic experience. Now it sounds outlandish, unless you've had that psychedelic experience and when you have. ... And there's a There's really good discussion that a lot of these experiences that became these religious doctrines came from psychedelic experiences.
Ben Shapiro: Um, I don't want to let this marijuana think go. Do you want one of things that I wanted to bring up to you was this idea that if you're a religious person. Ben Shapiro: don't you think that there's certain things that maybe God put here for us. Ben Shapiro: to consume, to change your perspective, to allow you to reach new levels of consciousness? Don't you think it's entirely possible that some of these things that are here and I know you haven't experienced. Ben Shapiro: But they might literally have been put there by God? And there's some evidence to say that a lot of the text from the Bible that in particular there was, ah thing. It was the University of Tel Aviv somewhere in Jerusalem or these scholars were they were trying to decipher what it meant when Moses encountered the burning bush right. And they believe that it may have been the occasion tree, which is very rich and dimethyl trip to me, which is a psychedelic substance that, actually that the brain produces. It's very common in plants, and they think that this might have been when he met God and God was a burning bush, that this might have been some crude translation of them being involved in some sort of a psychedelic experience. Now it sounds outlandish, unless you've had that psychedelic experience and when you have. Ben Shapiro: you very well could think that you were in a conversation with God. Ben Shapiro: This is on Earth, and this is something that may very well have been lost information, or this may very well have been rituals that people participated in to bring them closer together. And to reinforce that sense of community that you do get from a church. You do get from, ah group of people that share more beliefs and values. And there's a There's really good discussion that a lot of these experiences that became these religious doctrines came from psychedelic experiences. Now it's someone who's never experienced that before. I know this is probably a very strange thing to try to even wrap your head around. It's. Ben Shapiro: it is entirely alien until you experience it. But it might very well be religious.
1318 Hotep Jesus
Wednesday, Jun 26, 2019
1318 Hotep Jesus
But it was originally about was the consumption of psychedelic mushrooms and fertility rituals. ... And the idea they believe, was that these people were the ones that were consuming the psychedelic mushrooms. ... They thought these psychedelic mushrooms were the flesh of God like Yeah, and so that when you have these ancient religions that were possibly based on the consumptions of the psychedelic mushrooms, all that stuff has kind of been lost in the translation over years and years and years.


The only one I think that they've ever found. It's written in Aramaic, and it was found in Kumaran. And these Clayton clay tap these clay jars and that's all made unwritten on animal skins to decipher it. They actually to run DNA tests on the animal skins to figure out which skins belonged to which animals that could put all the stuff together. To figure out all this. All these pieces were a part of this one scroll. Yeah, well, this guy, John Marco Allegro, studied it for 14 years, and it was his conclusion after he was done, that the entire Christian religion was a giant misunderstanding. But it was originally about was the consumption of psychedelic mushrooms and fertility rituals.

And they started doing all of these like these different scholars who studied ancient art, an ancient religious art. They started finding these this mushroom iconography and all this ancient artwork and one of things they notice is that the bottom of a mushroom you take, particularly the amany to miscarry and mushroom, which is the one that they connect Teoh to the Christian religion. Look at the bottom of it. See what it looks like with all those lines? Now, look at that. That was the original Halo. Okay, if you see that picture about with Jesus, when the halo around his head, the halo was essentially the bottom of a mushroom cap. And the idea they believe, was that these people were the ones that were consuming the psychedelic mushrooms. So they had this great wisdom and this in this connection to God, that's what they thought, mon awas it is. They thought these psychedelic mushrooms were the flesh of God like Yeah, and so that when you have these ancient religions that were possibly based on the consumptions of the psychedelic mushrooms, all that stuff has kind of been lost in the translation over years and years and years. And then even the visualization of the halos change.

There's There's also some really crazy ones of naked people dancing and ecstasy surrounded by this translucent mushroom image. So the idea that they were in these mushroom induced euphoric states and that they were dancing around these all these religious depictions? Yeah, very interesting. Because if you think about ancient religions, right? No. No science. They had no idea what shaped the world was. They didn't know anything. But they did know if you found these mushrooms and you took him, you trip your fucking balls off. You would have this incredible experience. They thought that was God, you know, that there was That was their connection to God.
1322 Reggie Watts
Tuesday, Jul 9, 2019
1322 Reggie Watts
Perhaps I don't know or maybe scientific have surmised that maybe consciousness or self awareness came from the our species running into some kind of a psychedelic event which caused, like this piper of self awareness loop or whatever. ... Joe Rogan: by psychedelic. ... But many of those people have not had psychedelic experiences that dismiss him so readily. ... The people that have had psychedelic experiences that tend to be skeptical or more rational, they wouldn't.


She's.

never heard of. You know what you were eating? Yeah, Just took it just like this'll gets you high in the first. The first guy.

the first guy to stumble on mushrooms.

what the fuck Like mushrooms had.

to have been like relearned at some point time. They're like how to be some people that lived in an environment where there was no mushrooms where people didn't get him. And then someone found him somewhere. But they didn't have any personal knowledge of what it wasn't tried it needed and tripped. That had to have happened.

Yeah. I mean, I think you know, it could It could also be like, Hey, I'm foraging for Bob laws and because arguably, they would say mushrooms were around, like, way, way with some people.

you know, not so scientific. Perhaps I don't know or maybe scientific have surmised that maybe consciousness or self awareness came from the our species running into some kind of a psychedelic event which caused, like this piper of self awareness loop or whatever.

And then you know why.

that one deserves a lot of attention because people are so resistant to it.

Like, really rational, intelligent people are so resistant to it.

And, ah, it's almost resistant to what? To that concept that maybe our consciousness was somehow influenced.

by psychedelic. But to a.

man almost to a man, all the blast and say that even I'm over over generalizing. But many of those people have not had psychedelic experiences that dismiss him so readily. That's true. The people that have had psychedelic experiences that tend to be skeptical or more rational, they wouldn't. They're not gonna have a definitive position on it. They're going to go. Well, yeah, that's something to consider. Its more measured. Yeah, but then there's the hardliners. You know, the hardliners on both sides. The hardliners definitely believe that happened in the hard liners who believe that they don't have any positive effects whatsoever. Yeah. Yeah, totally. Both almost equally foolish.

Exactly. Yeah, yeah. I mean, that's Ah, that's what we're experiencing right now.

But at least the people.

that have experienced that they know what they're talking about. The people that haven't experienced it and don't think it's worth trying like. All right.

Right. Like.

how do you know? Yeah, I know. All these people are.
1366 Richard Dawkins
Monday, Oct 21, 2019
1366 Richard Dawkins
Have you had any experience with psychedelics. ... A cousin of my father has just recently died who was a major expert on psychedelics. ... Joe Rogan: Well, there's so many stories in so many ancient religions that seem to originate with the consumption of some some sort of a psychedelic. ... Joe Rogan: I once thought that I would try a psychedelic when I was on my deathbed.


it. I could do with maybe 200 years. But after that, No, I mean, I think I think that eternity is what's frightening about death and eternity is best spent.

under a local under a general. Anaesthetic is what's gonna happen.

right.

gone, Zo.

Alcoa. The lights, Maybe. Yeah, Or maybe not. Have you had any experience with psychedelics.

No. You have any interest in that.

I've been offered to be accompanied on the trip by a very nice woman friend. Yeah, Andi, I've never so far dead. Take her up on it. Okay.

I asked advice off. A cousin of my father has just recently died who was a major expert on psychedelics. And I think he was the one who introduced Aldous Huxley toe to met Mescal in, for example.

And he.

judiciously advised against Haye said that the horrors of a bad trip was so, so awful that Heywood wouldn't advise somebody to go into it. My friend who was offering me this this trip says it would be a.

a relatively low does. And she would take another loader so she could kind of accompany me. No, it's don't meet jumping out a window or anything.

Well, there's so many stories in so many ancient religions that seem to originate with the consumption of some some sort of a psychedelic. Yes. And you know, there's many including Gianmarco legros, the sacred mushroom. Jesus wasn't much. Yes, So many.

I mean, you could see the connection if you were a primitive person with no access to science. And you found some mushroom growing under a tree and consume didn't have this unbelievable experience. You would assume that you've transcended this life and gone into this other realm where God exists.

I once thought that I would try a psychedelic when I was on my deathbed.

That's it. But what if it was amazing? You know, like, I could have gotten so much done with this if I had tried this out when I was 30. Yes, maybe. Right.
1266 Ben Anderson
Monday, Mar 18, 2019
1266 Ben Anderson
Joe Rogan: one of things that psychedelics dio is they give you a brief break. ... Joe Rogan: some sort of clinics, some sort of supervised psychedelic experiences where one after another, people start changing and they that trickles down. ... Joe Rogan: you're gonna also achieve it and help people that are in the there in the community that's least likely to accept psychedelics. ... To accept psychedelics.


I'm trying catching me. Tried a couple of times, but that's what they want. Try with me next. Yeah. I mean, anything that makes people compassionate and kind to themselves as well as others. Yes, it doesn't seem like that much of a jump. I think most people have it in them. Yeah, you. No, no, no. That far. Under the surface.

people are scared, you know. They're scared their tents and.

you know, people just in constant states of conflict. I mean, that's a big thing that's going on this world and.

one of things that psychedelics dio is they give you a brief break.

from that conflict and then give you these thoughts that he probably never have never achieved without these drugs.

And that's exactly what Andy made did with me. It just removed all of those of those fears. Yeah.

Yeah.

I think it's.

entirely possible. I really dio I think it's a riel.

There's a riel case for us being able to set up.

some sort of clinics, some sort of supervised psychedelic experiences where one after another, people start changing and they that trickles down. They start changing the people around them. People say Well, what happened, Mike, like mike did mushrooms at this new clinic that they're opening up in the change in new guys.

if that.

person is so nice and then they joined to and I mean, I just think there's so much room for that in this world, it's so difficult to change who you are. People rarely change. They become a slightly different version of who they were 5 10 15 years ago. They rarely actually.

change. And even to people who are completely skeptical about this, the fact this is helping veterans, Yeah, means that everyone is binding.

Well, it's a great way to get in. Yeah, Yeah. I mean, they're very wise. Maps is in their approach to this one particular modality. Because if they can actually achieve this.

you're gonna also achieve it and help people that are in the there in the community that's least likely to accept psychedelics. Right wing at pro war. You know, Maga, people like those those people. I mean, those are probably the least likely. If you wanted to generalize. Yep. To accept psychedelics.
1466 Jessimae Peluso
Wednesday, Apr 29, 2020
1466 Jessimae Peluso
Like when you get into the world of psychedelic drugs, it becomes very fucking weird. ... My friend Jackie staying has a really cool, um, psychedelic platform. ... And one of the better ways that people have found is through psychedelic therapy and psychedelic therapy through I M d M. ... But also people that have taken psychedelic mushrooms have had great relief from some of the pain that they've had when they were younger, because it kind of can rewire the way your brain works.


minutes not fun. E want a sharp and not have to explain myself.

Um, I'm very interested in doing I just had I would have to carve away the time to get ready for it and also.

make sure I'm doing it with someone who is a reputable person on. And then the problem is that it's it's not legal, so.

it should be legal. But I have a friend is really working on.

what I mean. It's not legal, so you don't you never know what you're getting. You have to get through word of mouth. You know you have to trust people.

Sketchy. It's always.

catchy when whenever you're dealing with anything, whether it's mushrooms or any LSD, if.

you think someone is already.

yeah, If someone is offering you some incredibly potent thing and you don't have ah chain of command, you don't you have a lab this came from? You don't know. Like when you get into the world of psychedelic drugs, it becomes very fucking weird.

You have to tread lightly. You don't tread very.

visually. There's there's no there's no FDA. There's no if there's not.

a foreign, so you're right. You're dependent upon these people who are doing these journeys and trips in their homes. My friend Jackie staying has a really cool, um, psychedelic platform. It's I think it's called meat delicate, and she promotes healthy ways to have a journey in her. The one thing she says, cause I've talked to her about it, I'm like I want to do it, but I'm scared. She always has safety first. It's so important. Teoh.

need a sitter and the environment needs. Like you said, the environment needs to be right. I've never done it. But I would only go off of someone like that. Who is, like, you know, knows this step. Well.

you know, we were talking earlier about people that try to get away from the trauma of childhood. And one of the better ways that people have found is through psychedelic therapy and psychedelic therapy through I M d M. A. Has helped a lot of soldiers and maps is currently working on some studies doing that. But also people that have taken psychedelic mushrooms have had great relief from some of the pain that they've had when they were younger, because it kind of can rewire the way your brain works. Now it's fucked up about it. Is this book is chaos great? Fitzsimmons Buddy wrote it. Tom O Neil. They came in and ah, then he worked on this book for 20 years. I've talked about it too many times, so I'll give you the cliff notes, but it's basically.