INNER SPACE TRANCE JOURNEYS INTO OTHER WORLDS
Dr John Cunningham Lilly (January 6, 1915 – September 30, 2001) was an American physician, neuroscientist, psychoanalyst, philosopher, writer and a psychonaut, whom can be considered to be a shaman. Lilly researched Dolphin communication as well as scientifically exploring the nature of human consciousness, mainly using ‘floatation’ tanks, and psychedelic drugs, which he sometimes used in combination.
In another age prior, Lilly would have been burnt a the stake as being a Devil worshipper by the church, whose establishment, along with the affiliated Abrahamic cults do not like you exploring your own consciousness.
The Illuminati triad of Big-Brother business religions do not like the competition. Hence their systematic persecution of the horned shaman across all cultures.
Lilly was very interested in the ‘Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence’ (SETI) project. In 1961 a group of scientists including Lilly had gathered at the Green Bank Observatory to discuss the possibility of using the techniques of radio astronomy in order to detect evidence of intelligent life outside our Solar System.
This group dubbed themselves ‘The Order of the Dolphin,’ principally named after Lilly’s work with Dolphins, which was also in part inspired by the Christian symbol of the Fish, whose amphibious (Nommo) symbolism is derived from the pre-Christian Vesica Pisces. The Order of the mammalian Dolphin discussed the Drake equation, which is used to estimate the number of communicative extraterrestrial civilizations in our galaxy.
However, Lilly later became aware that the search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence can be conducted through our own neurology, when to explore inner space within the amniotic womb enclosure of a ‘floatation’ tank. The premise being that a highly advanced extra-terrestrial civilisation would use a communication form, which is common to all life-forms.
When a species becomes sentient it would then be able to interpret the (Vesica Pisces: Vaginal barrelled Stargates/Succubae) quantum wormhole () signal (VALIS: pink beam) zapping their neural nets from an extra-terrestrial civilisation conducting its own version of SETI.
Lilly’s work inspired Paddy Chayefsky’s novel entitled Altered States, which was made into a 1980’s Hollywood film of the same name.
The film features a scientist, whom introverts his consciousness of a signal, in order to travel back into time within his mind. He accomplishes this shamanic feat while floating as a Nommo (Anunnaki) trance adept within a sensory deprivation chamber after ingesting a combination of psychoactive substances. Although, in real life, those who have become as Nommo trance adepts themselves, when to hypnagogic float as amphibious Anunnaki do not necessarily need to partake of power plants in order to have the same TARDIS experience.