thelightpanther wrote:Maybe it’s mechanical. Like, we’re on spoke 72 of the wheel, and to get to spoke 74, we have to travel inwards to the hub, and then travel outward again, along spoke 74. Unless we do that in some sense, we remain on spoke 72 forever.
peoploid wrote:There's something you need to consider:
When someone prepares for a salvia trip with preconceived notions of what he wants to take with him into the trip, those preconceived notions are OBLITERATED upon entering salvia space. The best a tripper can do is take the ride and write notes directly after the trip ends. Salvia consciousness and waking consciousness are to a large extent mutually exclusive.
This mutual exclusiveness makes steering_with_purpose through salvia space VERY difficult.
peoploid wrote:Panther, my brain is starting to go numb from this back and forth interaction. I'm through speculating. We've established a nice groundwork. Now we need a researcher to begin a detailed understanding of “The Salvia Wheel”. The salvia wheel seems to be a proprietary motif of salvia divinorum. You want advice from an expert? Let's start by understanding the intricacies of the wheel.
peoploid wrote:Humans in 2016 have no clue what is going on around them. I strongly believe that the idea of alien contact through the medium of physical space is technologically old fashioned. Actual contact will probably be made from an advanced civilization through the medium of hyperspace. Current scientists probably don't even bother with formulating a definition of hyperspace. There might even be a multitude (trillions?) of Earthworlds just like us containing humans just like us (or slightly dissimilar). These worlds might be templates for us to emulate and morph into. The possibilities are endless.
peoploid wrote:I wonder if my idea of sheets of worlds layering down on a massively dense, massively gravitational "global data-base" can be a representation of 'ALL_POTENTIAL'? And what's up with a somewhat common theme of trippers feeling "spread out" on some type of surface? I've been there, and it feels like I'm super-glued to the surface of a hallucinogenic membrane by some kind of strong force. I wonder if it has something to do with the idea of not being able to inhabit two distinct probabillty contractions at the same time. Maybe I'm locked onto a particular surface because I'm only allowed one particular surface at any one time. But that idea seems to run against the ability to flow through a multitude of parallel worlds effortlessly. Complex issues.
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