In this video, DMT the spirit molecule is unleashed. Jerry shares a DMT Experience with you. He takes it live on camera and then shares what happened with you.
DMT is the spirit molecule, because it gives you access to the spirit world and it often induces mystical experiences. It is not the type of drug you take just to have fun or to have a good time. DMT is only for people who are not afraid of death and meeting all sorts of spirits and entities. DMT is the best way there is to access other dimensions.
It can either be consumed the natural shamanic way as Ayahuasca or be smoked, which produces very intense but short trips. Not only is the drug the most rare to acquire, but it is also the most common drug. Basically, every time you go to sleep, a part of your brain produces this chemical and the product that we endure is our dreams. DMT is the drug which causes your dreams at night.
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