Experience-wise Salvia is continually putting me into spaces that I have
described somehow, in someway or other, on my webbie before. I think that
each time I do it the experience is of realising oneself in the moment, that may
be the essence of why it has a timeless quality, why it feels like time is
I think this relates to what you are saying about things (you say objects)
not really moving. And about phenomena of 'condensing' out of a higher
One 'elemental structure' that is condensing out of this space, one of
particular interest for obvious reasons, is my self. Being at the
centre of this experience I experience a swoosh as I temporarily forget
who I am (i.e. my day-to-day self), only to experience myself coalescing as I
remember again. But the coalescing is not like coming down from a high.
It's not a disappointment or something that I particularly fight against or try
to resist. Actually it feels quite appropriate, and exhilarating, because
(to coin a phrase) it feels like I have come from nowhere.
In an instant I have 'condensed' out of nothing and been born into the
moment. "Ah, here I am then. What am I? An example of
modern man, at the leading edge, on the frontier, with Salvia. Having been
asleep, now woken up, into the moment. What do I stand for? What do
I represent? Is this fun? How do I feel? Intend ecstasy why
not? Do I know what I'm doing? Who is the felt presence now
represented by this person or that person who's chasing me across the cosmos?
Criticising this moment. They don't know what they're talking
about. If only I could show them. Make the case watertight.
Immaculate. Life and Death. Use language. Future Language to
it all. And what is time? There appear to be
time-cycles, seasons, days. Why are there different times of the day? Why did I
invent days when there is only the moment? Quite like the idea of there
being different days though. Why do keep I falling asleep...
Etc, etc. Before I typically go to bed and fall asleep.
Another aspect about this condensation is the awareness of parallel
universes. Well, let's start with a single universe, or a single event.
Let's do both. Say, the singularity that's considered as the big-bang, and
waking up in the morning. -Whatever, things happen in a way that we usually
consider to be 'cause and effect'. Event B follows on from event A, as a
consequence of event A.
Without Heisenberg we end up with a universe or a self at point C, and
history, which looks like this...
Outside of time, we can see these events as being chained together,
connected, linked. From a higher dimension, if I take your phrase and
replace the word 'locations' with 'moments in time', we see things happen.
We see events "illuminated into existence into slightly different
moments in time in rapid succession".
With Heisenberg, and from a higher dimension still we get...
- A network of possible worlds.
The feeling I get from Salvia, since it has revealed these worlds in the
first place. Is that it must be possible to somehow navigate
reality. That the reality that one 'drops into', as one coalesces into the
moment, can be a reality of ones choosing, something that one intends.
I think this is how consciousness is involved in the creation of reality, and to
me it what is sorcery is essentially about.