Travel in the Spiritual Worlds
Hank Wesselman, Medicine Maker (New York: Bantam, 1998), p. 8
"First and foremost, I had discovered the presence of some sort of inner doorway within myself, one that opened periodically, giving me glimpses into levels of reality and experience I had not thought possible. The opening was accompanied by visual hallucinations, spots of light, labyrinthine lines, zigzags, vortexes, and grids that some investigators have called "phosphenes". There was almost always a buzzing, roaring rush of sound accompanied by overwhelming bodily sensations of force and power that rendered me paralyzed for the duration of the experience. I now knew why the word ecstacy is associated with religious trance.
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