Psychedelic information theory – Shamanism in the age of Reason

Psychedelic Information Theory (PIT) is the study of nonlinear information creation in the human imagination, particularly in states of dreaming, psychosis, and hallucination. PIT seeks to model the functional output of human perception in order to extrapolate the limits and complexity of information arising in human altered states of consciousness. PIT also seeks to describe a model of psychedelic activation that can be adapted to all possible permutations of human consciousness, including group mind states, mystical states, and transpersonal awareness. The ritual of using psychedelics to generate new information, bond with peer groups, and program human belief is traditionally called shamanism, so PIT is a study of the practice of shamanism, which can also be called applied psychedelic science

Psychedelic Information Theory
PIT is the study of nonlinear information creation in the human imagination, particularly in states of dreaming, psychosis, and hallucination.
Written by: James L. Kent
Published by: PIT Press / Supermassive, LLC
Edition: First
ISBN: Pending
Available in: Ebook

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Psychedelic information theory – Shamanism in the age of Reason