> The tunnels Mr wolf under Disneyland that is have
> purpose. More of an engineering feet than
> anything. As far as mushrooms , lad , or dmt, I
> would be willing to bet i have possibly been
> through more of those experiences than you. And
> will finish by saying the last place I would need
> to be is in the almost perfect tunnels under the
> great pyramid. If anything I would watch the
> sunset while airing on the sphinx es ass
Please, call me Harry. Mr Wolf sounds so formal . . .
The tunnels beneath Disney Land perform a function; they enable Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck et al to move from location to location, including those whose duty it is to service the attraction, without destroying the carefully woven pretence of the Magical Kingdom. I'm proposing the purpose of some of the internal structures of G1 were known only to the initiated. The initiate, who was to undergo a transformational experience within the Pyramid, didn't know - didn't have to know - of these internal structures.
I'm not sure why you should engage in a pissing contest over the amount of psychoactive substances we've both consumed; surely it's the quality of the experience, not the quantity. You're starting to sound a little Trumpesque.
You say that the last place you'd take an entheogen is in the almost perfect tunnels beneath the Pyramid. Yes, those tunnels were dimly lit, threatening, menacing. They would have resonated with music, chanting, and populated with monsters and guides. After years of training, the initiate was to die in that Pyramid and be reborn, emerging blinking into daylight.
This 'trip' wasn't with friends, or sitting stoned on the arse of the Sphinx at sunset (considering its orientation, you might want to drop that tab at sunrise), it was an experience that would fundamentally change the individual. Those who survived the ordeal had conquered the idea of death and were free in a way that only those who have had a Near Death Experience can enjoy. Civilisation used to value these individuals and the knowledge they brought back with them, which was tangible, usable.
My cat doesn't know it will die but I know it will die and I know I will die. That's quite a burden I carry.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 13-Jan-18 16:09 by Harry Wolf.