Danny Nemu - Savantism & Hotboxing the Tabernacle

Danny's latest book, Neuro-Apocalypse, deals with how individuals perceive things differently. He breaks this down in many ways, including how the Japanese language shapes the minds of those who speak it differently than English does. He's also studied autism, and the extreme cases of autistic savants who have perspectives on the world much different than the regular person. 

We talk about all of this in the podcast, in addition to Danny's research on the possibility of psychoactive drugs being used in the bible. There are multiple examples Danny points to that seem very plausible, notably the high priest in the tabernacle prophesizing by burning a number of substances in a tightly enclosed space.  

There is also manna, which is referred to by Moses, and seems to be described similarly to ergot. Ergot is of course what Albert Hofmann originally used to create LSD. 

It's all very fascinating! Thanks Danny for the talk. 

Find Danny at his website: NemusEnd.co.uk

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Phil Gatensby - Language, Love, & The Separation Blues

Phil and I sit down to record a conversation for a second time. The first time we began with Phil's own background and tumultuous time as a young man. This time around we dive right into the big ideas. All we knew beforehand was that we wanted to break down Spirituality and what that was. 

We end up speaking a lot about Language, how we separate ourselves from the world around us because of it, and why we are actually far more connected than many of us realize. Other subjects include respect, love, community, youth, truth, spirit, religion, and traditional teachings. 

To me, a big part of Phil's message is that we don't have to look so far and wide for what we seek, or what we feel we're missing. Each one of us are created whole. We're it. We are the miracle. When we ended this podcast I felt charged and happy for the rest of the day, and I think that was in large part due to that message really being honed in on in this podcast. 

I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. 

Thanks to Phil for being so open and willing to talk with me.

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