Dimethyltryptamine, more popularly known as DMT, is one of the most powerful hallucinations known to man. In addition to having startling psychoactive properties that have been likened into a full-throttle blast from the mind's cannon and into a colorful, altered hyperspace, there are a number of unique aspects about the substance that make it far more peculiar than most psychedelic substances... and almost legendary for its mystique and dangerous intrigue.
Of course, like most powerful hallucinogens, DMT is against the law to use and possess in the United States (which is sort of strange, considering the fact that our bodies produce it, likely in the pineal gland, as theorized by researcher Rick Strassman in his book DMT: The Spirit Molecule. However, when it comes to the strange aspects often associated with DMT and its use, few would suspect that government agencies could be involved in some secretive attempt to use it to contact extraterrestrials... or would they?
I was both astonished and somewhat dumbfounded when Red Pill Junkie, my compatriot from over at the Daily Grail Website, shared with me a link to a post at the site that featured popular conspiracy radio host Alex Jones discussing an elitist movement among the upper echelons of the "Shadow Government" to try and use DMT to contact extraterrestrials. A seemingly distraught Jones, noting throughout the monologue that he "shouldn't be talking about this stuff," and that his listeners "aren't ready for it," goes on to say that conspiracies rooted in satanic worship aren't any real threat, as has been proposed over the years especially within the context of alleged "ritual abuse scares" obtained mostly through hypnotic regression. Instead, Jones asserts that what is really occurring is that power-hungry globalists believe they're making contact with extraterrestrial entities... and just as proposed in my nook Magic, Mysticism and the Molecule, some of these individuals may be looking to DMT as a means of contacting "sentient intelligences from other worlds."
I could sit here and tell you about it all day, but you might do better just to watch the clip and draw your own conclusions. Here's the excerpt from Jones' program in question:
I have to say, I was initially amused by this clip, and Jones' use of expressions like "clockwork elves" (a reference to Terrence McKenna's fractal elves, machine elves, or "Tykes" as he sometimes called them). However, as readers of my book know, much of the information he's discussing here is indeed based in fact... although I'll tell you that I've never come across notions that power-hungry globalists were, as Jones says, "gobbling DMT" so they could meet "clockwork elves" and alien beings. In my best estimation, what the information presented here comprises amounts to an amalgamation of half-truths... but there is still a startling amount of consistency with at least a few things Jones addresses here.
What are your thoughts? Has Jones, like so many have already been asserting, finally lost it? Or has he merely come to the conclusion that he must finally address the truly fringe elements of greater mysteries such as UFOs and extraterrestrials, or at very least, the perceived belief in such things by conspiratorial groups like the Bilderbergs? It would be terrifying indeed, noting the parallels here not only to my research into such things, but to some degree the sorts of things my fellow MU blogger Nick Redfern has addressed in his book Final Events, if there were any truth to this. Perhaps the most alarming thing having to do with all this is really just the chance that Jones, at least in part, could be right.