I don’t do either drugs or religion, so I guess I’m headed for Hell. Michael Hoffman writes at egodeath.com:
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My mood of late against meditation and post-1960s American spirituality: I’m sick and tired of it, I hate it, and I’m not going to take it anymore. This nonsense and claptrap has gone on for entirely too long. If spiritual people are offended by this pointing out that the emperor has no clothes, then too damn bad for them and their feelings. It is necessary to sacrifice false spirituality in order to gain a firm grip on the straight facts.
On the whole, to concede the legitimacy of someone’s drug-free meaningful spirituality that gives meaning to their lives is, in practice, to condone lies and falsity and to encourage suppression of Truth together with suppression of entheogens. The fact is, entheogens are the source, fountainhead, wellspring and so on of all that is highest and most profound and most central in religion; *real* Christianity and *real* Buddhism and *real* esotericism are, *first and foremost*, entheogenic.