Scientifically, does the surge of DMT released upon death provide real proof of the likelihood of an afterlife?
It is already scientifically known that when you dream, and moreso when a person is about to die, there is a surge of DMT. People who have used DMT recreationally and for certain spiritual ceremonies have ALL spoken of the same effects – being propelled into an egoless existence in an otherwordly dimension where the “self” is merged with energy and ego is stripped, and grand visions are experienced, many of them being indescribable by those who went through it. All have also testified that time did not exist under the influence of DMT. Which is, if you hit the snooze button and fall back asleep for ten minutes, it can seem like you were asleep for hours.
So, if this is the case, then everyone who faces death will be propelled into that same hallucination, it will seem like an eternity and whenever it ends (if that happens), it will be of no consequence really (or will it).
I believe in a higher power, btw.
Because when the DMT surge is happening, you are experiencing intense hallucinations that affect all senses and the concept of time is absent…that would be like existing after “death,” right?
Jerry-The release of urine and feces do not provide hallucinations, unlike DMT.
This is a link to first-hand accounts of people who have taken DMT: http://www.erowid.org/experiences/subs/exp_DMT.shtml
Haha! I know it doesn’t really alter time. And noooo I have never did hallucinogens. I don’t think my mind could take the visions. But I find it extremely fascinating what people say they experience.
*have never DONE hallucinogens*