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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: André Sevenius Nilsen, Bjørn Erik Juel, Nadine Farnes, Luis Romundstad, and Johan Frederik Storm

/kg/h; Schwenk et al., 2018 ), the drug can produce profound effects on subjective experience such as disembodiment, hallucinations, and synesthesia (e.g. Krystal et al., 1994 ; Morgan, Mofeez, Brandner, Bromley, & Curran, 2004 ), and has for this reason been

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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

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—730. Ramachandran, V.S., & Hirstein, W. (1998). The perception of phantom limbs. The DO Hebb lecture. Brain , 121 (9), 1603—1630. Ramachandran, V.S., & Rogers-Ramachandran, D. (1996). Synaesthesia in phantom limbs induced with mirrors

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), 217 – 234 . S ITTON , S. C. , & P IERCE , E. R. ( 2004 ). Synesthesia, creativity and puns . Psychological Reports , 95 ( 2 ), 577 – 580

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Perception in three different contexts, namely, those related to the phenomenon of hallucination, the sense of space, and the phenomenon of synesthesia. To our mind, the French philosopher, by labeling it as psychotic hallucination, fundamentally

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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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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: Robert Beckstead, Bryce Blankenagel, Cody Noconi, and Michael Winkelman

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. Synesthesia One feature of

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