gave them being. I could feel this as I handled my own cigarette lighter. I can feel those things yet. As I looked at my own face in the mirror, it looked younger, at peace, and I felt that it was a good face; one with which I could live hereafter. I was struck by the fancy that the Arthurian Knights of the Round Table, would have understood the LSD goblet, for here indeed stood the Holy Grail.
How can one summarize such an experience? I entered that room a mortal being, more afraid, more oppressed, not man, not child, yet more of the latter than the former. I left a whole man, unafraid, secure in belief in himself, and the God who is within him. I was reborn, with an awareness that I have much to give to the world and my fellowman. Should he ask it of me, that which he asks will I gladly give and in deep humility. Having been delivered from the outer darkness into which my own folly, and the folly of those who gave me light of day, had cast me; God grant that I may assist in the deliverance of others.
I am absolutely certain that God plays no part in the concept of sin, this is man's contriving. In the light of the love that God is; no sin is possible. When many men rather than few, realize that formal religion today has become interwoven with man's sociological taboos, which for want of a better term he describes as "Sins," then we have progressed far in the concept that "True Religion, is True Love." I did not believe that I was religious. I find I am; profoundly, in this new sense. My most earnest wish is that I be allowed to ally myself with the wonderful people responsible for my rebirth. If there is any way in which I can assist in the furtherance of their crusade; be it by hands, heart, brain, or otherwise, they have but to command their very humble servant.
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