Thanks for sharing that link and for your thought-provoking comment. The link is certainly of interest to me.
I understand by the ‘little death’ you are referring to where one’s ego dissolves - to some degree - through psychedelic inebriation. I’ve experienced that more on LSD and on psilocybin, than I have with DMT. The Spirit Molecule is unusual and quite unique in that more often than not, one’s sense of self and one’s cognitive abilities remain intact when under its influence.
The ‘classic little death’ experience, when specific to DMT, refers to an experience wherein after smoking the potent substance, the user becomes completely convinced they have left the land of the living. I’ve experienced it on three occasions. It is, without question, a truly frightening and utterly convincing experience. However, based on my experiences and observations, it seems the ‘classic little death’ is one of an unknown number of absolutely amazing tricks, within the gift of those powerful non-physical entities to impose upon the percipient during these profound and life-changing interactions. In all honesty, these are the arguments I have brought back with me based on repeated experiences and very careful observation.
Always good wishes