Falling into God – DMT, 5-MeO-DMT and mystic – Magdalena Jany

In 2012, the lecturer dealt with the subject “Reality Presentations in the DMT Scene” in the field of anthropology at the FUU and wrote a work based on interviews with consumers, online trip reports, books and podcasts of the key figures of the US American 5-MeO-DMT scene. She came to the conclusion that DMT represents a party drug for the fewest consumers, but is mainly used for the purpose of a psycho-spiritual search for meaning, which has clear references to Western / Far Eastern mysticism. The lecture will focus on the lesser known substance 5-MeO-DMT, whose effect consumers often compare to near-death experiences, enlightenment experiences or mystical states. sy-de
Magdalena Jany, * 1986 is a student of social and cultural anthropology at the FU Berlin and is writing her bachelor thesis on the topic “Bad Trips”. Topic at ES 2014: Falling Into God – DMT, 5-MeO-DMT and Mysticism. While the ritual use of ayahuasca has been extensively researched in recent decades, there have been very few studies of the growing international group of DMT and 5-MeO-DMT consumers.