So I smoked DMT last night, (not my first time) and it was so immensely different from previous experiences that I was thrown completely off. What usually happens for me is I feel myself sinking in and my third eye opens wide. Then I have strong hallucinations and waves of insight. This time though, I felt my head being emptied and a strong feeling of separateness. I didn’t feel like I was in “the now” or in any place. I felt complete absence of everything. It was such an odd experience and all I could do was laugh. I’ve had a bad trip on DMT before, but I’ve come to the conclusion that it resulted from smoking it with steel wool (DON’T EVER DO IT!). That’s how this trip acted, but another strange this was, I felt fine. Bad trips make you feel like shit and you feel like you’re in hell. I felt like I was experiencing Luciferian consciousness, so it could be considered “hell”, but since it was the absence of everything, that included fear. Anyway, I just wanted to know what you thought about that.
Lucifer personifies humanitarian goodness and enlightenment.
All other characterizations of Lucifer are blasphemous and inaccurate.
In the Freudian sense, Lucifer is the Self rebelling against the Super Ego—-the psychic faculty analogous to the judging and condemning ‘father figure,’ both internally and externally—-for the sake of empowering the Ego Ideal—-the psychic faculty analogous with the rewarding and benevolent ‘mother figure.’
Put very simply, Lucifer is the Self choosing to be ruled by Love rather than Fear.
Therefore, Luciferian consciousness is in league with the ‘feminine’ right hemisphere of the brain. Be it represented by the Yin of the Yin/Yang, the Chalice of the Chalice/Blade, or the Spirit of Napoleon’s Spirit/Sword..
“There are only two forces in the world, the sword and the spirit. In the long run the sword will always be conquered by the spirit.”
Of course there are many other representations of theses two eternal polarities which exist in all matters.
In the Sumerian stories Lucifer is commensurate with Enki, the creator of humanity. While facing much opposition from his malevolent brother Enlil, who is representative of left brain patriarchal consciousness, Enki saves enlightens humankind in the Garden, clothes them after Enlil drives them out, and saves humanity from the Deluge with which Enlil attempted to destroy humanity.
The God of the Old Testament is a composite character formed by combining these two forces.
Good and evil must exist in an interlocked package. One is defined by the existence of the other.
“Light and Darkness, life and death, right and left, are brothers of one another. They are inseparable.Because of this neither are the good good, nor evil evil, nor is life life, nor death death. For this reason each one will dissolve into its original nature. But those who are exalted above the world are indissoluble, eternal.”—-The Gospel of Phillip