@framebender

Nice idea, but

... why does our life has to be of a fractal geometric pattern?

I would understand it, if you said something like this about our mind/brain activity, because our brain is a system where certain areas give themselves and other areas feedback. So in fact our consciousness would have somekind of fractal structure involving in time.

Perhaps I misunderstood and you meant fraction. I'm not sure, it could also be correct, if I read your second last paragraph. One could interpret it as we perceive just a fraction of "the higher reality" building our own reality. Perhaps just meant fractal and referred to ever occuring patterns in the universe due to underlying principles then possibly some fractal dependency may be "extracted", perhaps everything is a fractal. But that's just plain speculation due to the fact we haven't (and probably never can) find out the structure of the infinitely small and the infinitely big.

... if time passes by, by that "mass/light" travelling through the "crystal", you could also quantify time by its travelling speed, depending on the functional connectedness between our time and the crystal time.

... why do you call a crystal a fractal? I guess you are referring to Neumann's/Curie's Principle. If that's true, then a crystal is just an iteration of a fractal. (n=2)

The question is what does this theory describe? Does it explain any unsolved phenomena? To me it sounds like you want to explain the DMT experience by expanding our understanding of reality by adding this theory. Good, that's an interesting approach to DMT. So, then the question is: Is it suitable? If it doesn't fit, then the theory just describes more than it has to, which would lead us to Ockham's Razor...

In order to find out if this theory fits one comes to a last question: What would be a suitable experiment to test my hypothesis? My experience as scientist tells me the best approach is to try to disprove your hypothesis, if it passes all your tests, it has to be quite a "strong theory".

@SnozzleBerry: Thank you! I was going to write something similar. You saved me some time.