I thought about it all day. I'm trying to work it out in my head how to fit the people into being the wheel and do it in some sort of salvia-esque way. I thought about making one figure replicated in a sort of frame by frame position. Remember how I said before that attempts to sketch it like that seemed to look like Rodin's "Gates Of Hell" too much? I wonder if I photographed someone in a curved position with some slight variations and then tried to sketch that as the wheel, or even, just used the photographs. Feel free, Burningmouth, to try something like that yourself. Your little collages are fascinating, you know. But, tell me some more of your ideas and I'll keep responding to them. Of course, this goes for everyone.
Plus, I talked to swim and he's thinking of brushing up on his meditations. He thinks his perspective has been permanently influenced by salvia and its mythic images. Maybe it has opened up his mind in a very beneficial way. The oddity of his visions have caused him to think outside the box and have opened up many more avenues of truth in understanding reality and so many more subjects. I hope others have experienced the same. I think it brought a lot of wisdom to him, myself.