Monday, December 19, 2005

The Ayahuasca-Alien Connection

A fascinating look at the UFOs depicted in ayahuasca art and visions.

An excerpt:

The spaceship motif has an important place in Pablo's visions. As we saw earlier, when the curandera who cured his sister gave him ayahuasca, Pablo saw a huge flying saucer making a tremendous noise that made him panic (Vision 7). Don Manuel Amaringo, Pablo's older brother, has a similar story. He told me - with tears in his eyes - that the main icaro he employed to cure many people he learned from a fairy called Altos Cielos Nieves Tenebrosas, who came in a blue spaceship:

She asked me: 'Do you want to listen to my song?' She sang and that song I have always kept in my heart.

In spite of the frequency with which Pablo depicts spaceships, he is sparse in his commentary about them. Pablo says that these vehicles may take many shapes, are able to attain infinite speed, and can travel underwater or under the earth. The beings travelling in them are like spirits, having bodies more subtle than ours, appearing and disappearing at will. They belong to advanced extraterrestrial civilizations that live in perfect harmony. Great Amerindian civilizations like the Maya, Tiahuanaco, and Inca had contact with these beings. Pablo says that he saw in his journeys with ayahuasca that the Maya knew about this brew, and that they left for other worlds at some point in their history, but are about to return to this planet. In fact he says that some of the flying saucers seen by people today are piloted by Maya wise men.


Blogger McCoy said...

Fantastic. Happy holidays.

4:53 PM  
Blogger Old Gary said...

Hope the mayan wise men don't resurrect the practice of human sacrifice and cannibalism.

1:12 PM  
Blogger Professor Pan said...


Yeah, the Mayans had a pretty bloody religion. I've studied the Mayans extensively over the years, since my first trips to Mexico.

Comparatively -- by the numbers -- the Europeans of the same era were much more bloodthirsty. I just finished reading the book "1491" which explodes a lot of enduring myths about the precolombian Americas.

Whatever continent you lived on in that era, it was a bloody time to be alive.

1:52 PM  

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