Re: Unused Portions of the Brain Awoken
- From: alpert555@xxxxxxxxx (Michael Alpert)
- Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2010 06:37:10 -0400
Enough LSD will wake up 100% of the brain, unused portions and
all. LSD works by blocking the inhibitory neurons.
But also, muscarine, and mechanical muscarinic nervous system
stimulation will override those inhibitory neurons to awaken the brain.
Then, you find that we live in a multidimensional universe. It's not
hallucinations, delirium, or psychosis; those worlds are here.
Since the muscarinic nervous system, e.g., the parasympathetic nervous
system, has always been at hand, and I do mean at hand, these
experiences have always been called "the sacred mysteries".
Why hasn't it been more public? It has always been suppressed
information in Western civilization. You already know too much now. I
suggest that you spread this knowledge.
In the East, the plexuses of the muscarinic nervous system are called
the "chakras", and, their stimulation is called "kundalini".
But, in the West, New Agers have been told that the chakras are
"spiritual wheels of light along the spine", and other such foolish
Since excitation of an easily available chakra, the act depicted by the
pentagram, excites not only the highest chakra, the brain, but, the
excitation (kundalini) travels down to the lower chakras, the mixture of
church and state (hypocracy) has been able to suppress the whole thing.
Kundalini usually travels down to the muladhara chakra (XXX) before it
awakens the sahasrara chakra (the brain). Alone, that has been called
"gomory", the sin of Gomorrah, this has even been deleted from the Book
Enough stimulation to travel to the probability timeline where what you
wish is reality, has been called "witchcraft".
And, going all the way through the Hell that is called perinatal matrix
three (see http://www.holotropic.com ) has been called "initiation into
the sacred mysteries".
Does the First Amendment give us the right to believe, speak, and
publish, and not the right to know about our own bodies? I think we can
cover it under freedom of religion.
A bureaucrat said to me, "That's not religion! That's science!" So I
said to him, "What? If it true it's science; and, if it's false it's
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