The DMT, The bridge between science and the spirit world?

The N, N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is a hallucinogen that is normally in nature, pharmacologically it belongs to the family of tryptamine. Many cultures, indigenous and modern, ingest DMT as a psychedelic, in extracts or as synthesized

The DMT has long been a bridge to alternative realities, meetings with extradimensional creatures can be part of the reason why. Back in the 1970s, was known as "traveling businessman" because you could take the start of the lunch and be back to normal when returning from work.

When smoked, the psychedelic effects begin almost immediately and vanish in half an hour.

It is also the active psychoactive ingredient in ayahuasca tea mind melting, manufactured by Amazonian shamans.

Many South American shamans have been using a plant containing DMT for spirituality, ceremonies and hundreds and thousands of years.

Many other ancient civilizations such as the ancient Egyptians, have been doing research on the pineal gland and uses of the same from the time of the mummies.

During mummification, the Egyptians throw the whole brain, the pineal gland but save a sacred jar to be buried with the dead. They thought it was the gland that was responsible for human consciousness.

The ancient Egyptians and South Americans were two of many ancient civilizations and great thinkers to take interest in this mysterious part of our body.


The DMT is a molecule found in nature, in living things, the strangeness of this particular molecule is produced by a reaction in the brain, altering significantly the time and mental reality of the person. Incredibly ayahuasca it contains lots of DMT, the psychoactive effects, often accompanied hallucinatory sensations and very deep spiritual stages.

Those who have the chance to experience this state may come to share incredible experiences, astral travel, very special spiritual experiences and even collective ...

This molecule is the channel between this reality and then see other ?, a documentary showing us more about this particular molecule that disturbs science.