What in the The World: Oumuamua, plus Psychedelics

This episode is just me and Dave, Lisa was unable to join us. So the flavor might be a little different. We start off by talking about the space body Oumuamua, and move into DMT (internal and external), LSD, and Ecstacy. These may or may not be linked; you’ll have to figure it out for yourself! The good news is that we kept it under 30 minutes for once. It has been a while…

My ever fabulous Social Media Marketing Assistant, Teagan, says I should give y’all more resources, like links, and she put together this treasure trove for you with some help from Dave:

(1min43) Oumuamua article
Ayamanatara feels it was an attempt to send out musical-like waves. It’s purpose was to collect data and see what we would send back to it, looking for civilizations that resonated with it.

(11m10) “Reports of positive encounters with autonomous entities after taking DMT suggest drug may have therapeutic potential”
Percentage of most common phrases describing these “beings”-
Being 60%, Guide 43%, Spirit 39%, Alien 39%, Helper 29%

(14m35) Ayamanatara explains the “Ayahuasca Experience”, how it is interconnected with spiritual experience, AND how we can get there naturally!

(19m35) Images of Pablo’s paintings

(20m47) Ecstasy and the government using drugs for mind control!

What In The World…? is a podcast that covers metaphysics, ancient civilizations, archeological digs, alien contact, angels, deities, folks with better technology that we have, and any other esoteric mysteries that catch our fancy. Ayamanatara has guests come and ask her questions or bring up discussion topics, and she accesses the Akashic to bring more illumination to those subjects.

If you have topics you would like us to cover or if you have commentary, please send us a note!

Featured panelist: Dave Berck
Intro and Outro are a recording of a Keppler star, courtesy of NASA

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