Encounters with Other Dimensions and Beings

Many people feel they have had encounters with other dimensions and beings or presences that exist in those spaces. These dimensions have been reached through a variety of means, whether accidentally or externally initiated (such as through physical alien abductions, visitations from angles, or near-death experiences) or purposefully self-induced (such through trances, psychedelic drugs, or altered states of consciousness). These encounters can be described as blissful, neutral, or terrifying. There is a growing movement to promote scholarship and respected scientific inquiry in this area, while educating a broader community and integrating the information with knowledge from other disciplines.


Graham Hancock - Spirits, Fairies, Aliens Are All Experiences in Altered States of Consciousness

VOD release of DMT: The Spirit Molecule in Oct 2011.


Rick Strassman: Scientific Explanations of Contact

VOD release of DMT: The Spirit Molecule in Oct 2011


What Is a DMT Trip Like and Who Are the Entities You Meet? | Matthew Johnson and Lex Fridman


Ayahuasca Is Amazonian Science


DMT—Can We Experience a Different Reality? Russell Brand the Trews (E360)

I look at the description of the experience of DMT by philosopher Terence McKenna.


Dmt: The Spirit Molecule (2010) [Multi Subs]

An investigation into the long-obscured mystery of dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a molecule found in nearly every living organism and considered the most potent psychedelic on Earth.


Terence McKenna: Sacred Plants as Guides—New Dimensions of the Soul (Part 2)

"A day-long workshop at Clairmont College in Southern California [in 1991] addressing the Jung Society of the greater Los Angeles area, was an unusual setting and analogies to instruct, suggest and enchant what might be called a group "with a rich inner life" that was not necessarily psychedelic.


Pineal Gland: Dr Rick Strassman on DMT


Christopher Timmermann - the Neurophenomenology of the DMT State

The Neurophenomenology of the DMT State, presented by Christopher Timmermann from Imperial College London, UK


Dmt, Mathematical Dimensions, Language, Memes and Death (Terence McKenna)