“Higher Dimensional Travel” (SB 3.16.15)

Alachua - June 14, 1996 / (082)

Thompson explores the question: “Is it possible that the perceptible universe is embedded within a larger reality? And if so, would it be plausible to consider interacting with it?” In response, he proposes that an analysis limited to mechanical motion would restrain an investigation to characteristics defining an immediate perception of natural phenomena. Thompson then concludes with an examination of a range of studies involving contemporary descriptions of higher dimensional travel, Carlos Castaneda’s account of psilocybin induced astral experience, and the enigmatic Nazga lines of south Peru.