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    An eloquent perspective by Terence McKenna on the idea of a spiritual path for all and an impending transformation of the human world. In his singularly lucid, prosaic style, McKenna presents profoundly compelling ideas that challenge our beliefs and encourage our participation in the creation of a new social reality. He champions the individual’s freedom of choice in deciding one’s own sexual and spiritual development and techniques. He highlights the role of hallucinogenic plants in shamanic societies and their impact on the evolution of human cultures. See why this cyber-techno-shaman is drawing freethinking crowds wherever he speaks and find out what role you may play in the unfolding of our “post-historical future” as we approach a major “concrescence” in human history.«




    Fri, Oct 17, 2008  Permanent link
    Categories: Terence McKenna, Concrescence
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    aeonbeat     Sat, Oct 18, 2008  Permanent link
    i was looking at the zero wave graph again last night after watching this (through twine) and saw a major drop (shift) step has to happen oct 2008... what do you think, is it sensible? or this is crap?
    Spaceweaver     Sat, Oct 18, 2008  Permanent link
    The video above does not cover the whole lecture it continues
    here and then here
    worth watching.... Terence was a brilliant mind with an unconventional and fertile perspective on being human.
    aeonbeat     Mon, Oct 20, 2008  Permanent link
    what do you think about his theories, both that psychedelics are the root of evolution and about the zero wave?
    Wildcat     Mon, Oct 20, 2008  Permanent link
    Let T' speak for himself:

    ""We are going to discover the plasticity, the mutability, the eternal nature of the mind and, I believe, release it from the monkey. My vision of the final human future is an effort to exteriorize the soul and internalize the body, so that the exterior soul will exist as a superconducting lens of translinguistic matter generated out of the body of each of us at a critical juncture of our psychedelic bar mitzvah."

    Terrence MacKenna

         Wed, Oct 22, 2008  Permanent link
    I think timewave zero is BS, but I have fun believing in it anyways, like finding the number 23 in everything or seeing a giant question mark in the clouds. I don't really know enough about it to make any fully educated judgements, just the basic idea.
    Wildcat     Thu, Oct 23, 2008  Permanent link
    A very good resource for Terrence Mckenna, mostly downloadable Audio files:
    Terence Mckenna Audio
     
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