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starway7
#1 Posted : 11/13/2023 1:30:54 AM

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Voidmatrix
#2 Posted : 11/13/2023 2:28:08 AM

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There's an old film called Animals are Beautiful People, that shows footage of several different animals waiting for fruit to ferment and fall off a tree before eating. They all get pretty drunk. Imagine a giraffe stumbling foot over foot.

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the red squirrel
#3 Posted : 11/13/2023 2:58:59 PM

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It's nice to see that someone finally focuses on the animal experience of psychedelics and not just: ' Let's dose these lab mice up with some fine LSD and count its head-twitch responseRazz '.

Voidmatrix wrote:
There's an old film called Animals are Beautiful People, that shows footage of several different animals waiting for fruit to ferment and fall off a tree before eating. They all get pretty drunk. Imagine a giraffe stumbling foot over foot.

It's so nice that they also show to hangover part of alcohol consumptionBig grin . I think I've read somewhere (was it Entangled Life by M. Sheldrake (2020)?) that humans became 'superior' to animals thanks, among other things, to a mutation which allowed humans to still operate better when hangover in comparison to other animals. So, if all fruit was fermented, humans could still eat it & become drunk but also handle the hangover/drunkenness to not starve to death...
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Voidmatrix
#4 Posted : 11/14/2023 2:59:34 AM

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the red squirrel wrote:
It's nice to see that someone finally focuses on the animal experience of psychedelics and not just: ' Let's dose these lab mice up with some fine LSD and count its head-twitch responseRazz '.

Voidmatrix wrote:
There's an old film called Animals are Beautiful People, that shows footage of several different animals waiting for fruit to ferment and fall off a tree before eating. They all get pretty drunk. Imagine a giraffe stumbling foot over foot.

It's so nice that they also show to hangover part of alcohol consumptionBig grin . I think I've read somewhere (was it Entangled Life by M. Sheldrake (2020)?) that humans became 'superior' to animals thanks, among other things, to a mutation which allowed humans to still operate better when hangover in comparison to other animals. So, if all fruit was fermented, humans could still eat it & become drunk but also handle the hangover/drunkenness to not starve to death...


I feel like observations such as these [animals in altered states] shines a light on the unity of consciousness between things with consciousness in general.

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What if the "truth" is: the "truth" is indescernible/unknowable/nonexistent? Then the closest we get is through being true to and with ourselves.


Know thyself, nothing in excess, certainty brings insanity- Delphic Maxims

DMT always has something new to show you Twisted Evil

Question everything... including questioning everything... There's so much I could be wrong about and have no idea...
All posts and supposed experiences are from an imaginary interdimensional being. This being has the proclivity and compulsion for delving in depths it shouldn't. Posts should be taken with a grain of salt. 👽
 
starway7
#5 Posted : 11/26/2023 2:23:20 PM

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the red squirrel wrote:
It's nice to see that someone finally focuses on the animal experience of psychedelics and not just: ' Let's dose these lab mice up with some fine LSD and count its head-twitch responseRazz '.

Voidmatrix wrote:
There's an old film called Animals are Beautiful People, that shows footage of several different animals waiting for fruit to ferment and fall off a tree before eating. They all get pretty drunk. Imagine a giraffe stumbling foot over foot.

It's so nice that they also show to hangover part of alcohol consumptionBig grin . I think I've read somewhere (was it Entangled Life by M. Sheldrake (2020)?) that humans became 'superior' to animals thanks, among other things, to a mutation which allowed humans to still operate better when hangover in comparison to other animals. So, if all fruit was fermented, humans could still eat it & become drunk but also handle the hangover/drunkenness to not starve to death...




...the jungle cats really put on a show when the are stoned !Big grin
 
 
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