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  1. #1 Is DMT Fibonacci? 
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    Lately I've read a lot of articles and seen several documentaries on DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine), and I can't stop to wonder if there's a connection between the Fibonacci sequence found everywhere in nature, animals, science and math - and then DMT, which is found everywhere in nature and animals.

    Could DMT be the "regulator" of Fibonacci - the physical/organic manifestation of the ratio, so that everything that contains it, follows its rules, which we know as Fibonacci?


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    I've not heard of DMT. Could you explain a little about what it is and how it relates to the Fibonacci sequence?


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    What?
    DMT is a chemical.
    The Fibonacci series is a mathematical progression.

    (And your "thesis" isn't helped by the fact that DMT doesn't occur in all plants, nor the fact that Fibonacci doesn't occur everywhere).
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    Stop living up to the first three letters of your username... this makes little sense.
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    No, these are the Fibonaccis.

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    This has to be a contender for the Most Bonkers Post of The Month Award.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSDMTHC View Post
    Lately I've read a lot of articles and seen several documentaries on DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine), and I can't stop to wonder if there's a connection between the Fibonacci sequence found everywhere in nature, animals, science and math - and then DMT, which is found everywhere in nature and animals.

    Could DMT be the "regulator" of Fibonacci - the physical/organic manifestation of the ratio, so that everything that contains it, follows its rules, which we know as Fibonacci?
    Aha, DMT, The "Woo" Molecule.

    Readers, if you want a cheap laugh, watch this: ..:: DMT :: THE SPIRIT MOLECULE :: MEDIA ::..
    Should be right up Mayflow's street.

    Apparently if you take this stuff as a hallucinogenic drug, you can get hallucinations about being in the presence of "intelligent beings". (No doubt these hallucinations are especially powerful if you happen to be looking in a mirror at the time.)

    Chariots of the Gods, Man……….



    P.S. This thread has bugger-all to do with philosophy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exchemist View Post
    P.S. This thread has bugger-all to do with philosophy.
    A definite "Three Musketeers" thread...
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    Right up there with the guy who could see UV light.
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    Dude....don't bogart it...2 hits and pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSDMTHC View Post
    Lately I've read a lot of articles and seen several documentaries on DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine), and I can't stop to wonder if there's a connection between the Fibonacci sequence found everywhere in nature, animals, science and math - and then DMT, which is found everywhere in nature and animals.

    Could DMT be the "regulator" of Fibonacci - the physical/organic manifestation of the ratio, so that everything that contains it, follows its rules, which we know as Fibonacci?
    I see what your getting at. I think the best way to get your point across would be to eliminate the use of the word everywhere in your post.
    Considering people couldn't pick on that part anymore, there are definitely accounts of imagery during the experience that would be directly related to the sequence. Most of the art from these trips is mathematic to say the least. But i believe most of these images come from the shotgun approach of smoking rather than the more religious style of the Ayahuasca experience? To regulate this, I would think it would have to be present at both settings? IDK
    But lets say that your onto something here... Why would you think that DMT would be the regulator of the sequence and not just part of the sequence itself? Wouldn't it be part of the math and not above it or regulating it? Can I get a background on how you got there? if anything, its got to be a great story anyway...
    As for people giving you crap for referencing drugs and philosophy together and insinuating negativity, I would hope people would remember that some amazing philosophers, and scientists used DMT, LSD, Marijuana along with other hallucinogens to realize some of there greatest theory. I personally wouldn't discredit the works of Mckenna and the likes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottfr33land View Post
    I personally wouldn't discredit the works of Mckenna and the likes.
    You mean like when he predicted the end of time in the year 2012? Moved to pseudo.
    Terence McKenna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by scottfr33land View Post
    I personally wouldn't discredit the works of Mckenna and the likes.
    You mean like when he predicted the end of time in the year 2012? Moved to pseudo.
    Terence McKenna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Thank You for moving this to pseudo science where it belongs. But I still stand by my statement, I wouldn't discredit his work.
    But to clarify, Mckenna didn't predict the end of time in 2012, he predicted that time or the world would change in an inconceivable way. He bantered around all sorts of wacky ideas of what Timewave Zero meant. But from my knowledge he thought it would be an infinite possibility. (time travel, war, singularity?) He said a lot of things in regard to 2012 including that we may not even notice the change when it happened. He left it pretty open ended. (I'm sure purposefully)
    I am in no way trying to argue for him. My little chimp mind couldn't do him justice. But there is a misconception that he predicted the end of the word, which simply is not true.
    Again, not looking for an argument...
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