You’ve most likely heard a lot about the substance DMT. It was popularized by MT: The Spirit Molecule, a groundbreaking book, and a documentary of the same name.
DMT is a tryptamine-family psychoactive chemical that has the basic structure of neurotransmitters and generates intense hallucinations.
It is well-known for causing the same chemical reaction that is claimed to occur when you die, as well as in smaller levels when you dream. The hallucinations induced are noticeably different from those produced by any other medication.
Specifically, a startlingly high proportion of DMT users, including many scientists, have claimed to encounter or conversing with aliens or extra-dimensional beings while using the substance.
Rick Strassman, the author of DMT: The Spirit Molecule, said that roughly half of the DMT users he researched saw themselves in realms inhabited by intelligent “beings,” “entities,” “aliens,” “guides,” and “helpers.”
These entities manifested themselves in various forms for different persons, but the most common were “clowns, reptiles, mantises, bees, spiders, cactus, and stick figures.” Terrence McKenna, a legendary ethnobotanist, defined the beings as “self-transforming machine elves.”
There are no other psychedelic medications that consistently produce the presence of external sentient beings.
Strassman explains the many experiences of the ‘beings’ in an interview:
“They were humanoid at times, insectoid at others, reptilian at others, and plant-like at others.” They were aware of the volunteers to varying degrees.
They appeared to be expecting the volunteers and were relieved to see them, and then they began interacting with them. At times, they appeared astonished and angered that, at the very least, the volunteers’ consciousness had intruded upon the field of activity of that particular creature. The volunteers were sometimes treated or experimented on.
They had sexual encounters with the aliens from time to time. Some were given future scenarios. Others were noted in some form or another for future reference. Others showered them with light and affection. Others were guides who led them to a different location, such as a tunnel leading to a typical near-death or spiritual experience.
Some of the motifs were very traditional science fiction, such as flying toward a space station or a space ship, or automatons or robots going about their business. It was sometimes difficult for them to characterize hybrid entities — machine/animal, even furniture-like combinations of beings.
Even though I’m no expert in quantum physics or any of the more outlandish psychedelic ideas of cosmology, I did learn a little bit about dark matter, which is non-visible stuff that neither generates nor reflects light but nonetheless accounts for 95 percent or more of the universe’s mass.
It seemed to me that if it makes up that much of the universe’s mass, it could very well be inhabited, and it would simply be a matter of changing the receiving characteristics of consciousness through the chemical changes that occurred with DMT to be able to perceive things that were previously imperceptible.
It is possible that DMT is the matrix through which we communicate with other creatures.”
We’ve already discussed the possibility that advanced alien technology and dark matter are linked. We were taken aback to discover Strassman publicly proclaiming his belief that DMT may be the key to interacting with alien creatures that occupy other levels of reality made up of dark matter and other planes of existence in the universe.
DMT is related to Tibetan Buddhist cosmological teachings on the Six Realms of the Book of the Dead in the film Enter the Void; it is the portal to the afterlife and rebirth.