二甲基色胺:精神分子 DMT: The Spirit Molecule (2010)

  • 导演: Mitch Schultz
  • 编剧: Mitch Schultz Rick Strassman
  • 主演: Joe Rogan Ralph Abraham Joel Bakst
  • 类型: 纪录片
  • 制片国家/地区: 美国
  • 语言: 英语
  • 片长: 75分钟
  • 又名: DMT:精神分子
  • 上映日期: 2014-9-1(新西兰)
  • imdb网址: tt1340425
  • 二甲基色胺:精神分子剧情简介
      THE SPIRIT MOLECULE weaves an account of Dr. Rick Strassman's groundbreaking DMT research through a multifaceted approach to this intriguing hallucinogen found in the human brain and hundreds of plants, including the sacred Amazonian brew, ayahuasca. Utilizing interviews with a variety of experts to explain their thoughts and experiences with DMT, and ayahuasca, within their respective fields, and discussions with Strassman’s research volunteers, brings to life the awesome effects of this compound, and introduces us to far-reaching theories regarding its role in human consciousness.
      Several themes explored include possible roles for endogenous DMT, its theoretical role in near-death and birth experiences, alien-abduction experiences, and spiritual states, both within Eastern concepts of enlightenment and Western ideas regarding prophecy, and the uncanny similarities in Biblical prophetic texts describing DMT-like experiences. Our expert contributors offer a comprehensive collection of information, opinions, and speculation about indigenous use of DMT, the history and future of psychedelics within the research community, and within the larger social matrix, and current DMT research. All this, to help us understand the nature of the DMT experience, and its role in human culture and evolution.
      The subtle stimulating combination of science, spirituality, anthropology, sociology, and philosophy within the film’s approach sheds light on an array of ideas that could considerably alter the way humans understand the universe and their relationship to it.

    标签:  纪录片 DMT Documentary 科学 2014 Mitch_Schultz 灵魂物质 Psychedelic
    二甲基色胺:精神分子评论、影评、观后感
    momo酱™  2014-11-05
    看了Lucy就把这片找出来看了,有关致幻剂、更高维度、宗教等关系。
    许教父  2015-10-05
    太多太多的体验,削弱了意义本身,也更加迷惑了世人