Johns Hopkins University studies “beings” encountered by people high on DMT

Behavioral scientists at Johns Hopkins University have begun a study for people who get high on Dimethyltryptamine, aka DMT, a powerful hallucinogenic. They are gathering information through an online survey compiled by researchers. The purpose of the research, say the scientists, is to discover information that could be beneficial to DMT druggies.

Of particular interest to the Johns Hopkins team are “encounters with seemingly autonomous beings or entities after taking DMT” as well as any “mystical-type and near-death experiences” the druggies might have experienced. DMT users in past studies have described encounters with self-transforming beings like “elf-machines” who chirp and squeal or “non-human beings” appearing as ‘jokers, clowns, aliens or “helpers”‘ or dancing, shape-shifting creatures.Eye by MC Escher

Basically, this is the drug-based sorcery, or “pharmakeia”, that God speaks against in the Bible since drug abuse was what often accompanied contact with these familiar spirits in whatever bodily form they chose to appear. The fascination with such things in these last days is proof, once again, that Bible prophecy is accurate about witchcraft in its many forms being popular in these last days and in the future tribulation period. They may mask the purpose for such studies as scientific now, but at some point in the future people will be blatant about the true spiritual purpose–to worship devils.

I would not that ye should have fellowship with devils. 1 Corinthians 10:20

Sources:

Skywatchtv.com, April 5, 2018.

NationalPost.com, April 3, 2018.

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