phenomena. One is a fire that burns upon objects but does not consume them (Exodus 24:17), which he interprets as a visual metaphor for the brilliant patterns that blaze around objects in psychedelic states. The other is synesthesia or the mixing of sense
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Knight and Lomas’ entheogen-infused royal initiation rite. It seems reasonable to conclude that Smith’s experience and The Book of Mormon accounts were related to esotericism and entheogens.
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( Hasler, Grimberg, Benz, Huber, & Vollenweider, 2004 ), and persist up to 6 hours. Typical effects include dramatic changes to cognition and perception including illusions and synesthesia, as well as distortions to perception of self, time, and space