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Can ESP and out-of-body phenomena be understood as a form of dreaming or hallucination?
Currently reading about psychedelic experiences, and it is noted in Wikipedia that: Level 4 psychedelic experience Strong hallucinations, i.e. objects morphing into other objects. ...
Aug 28 '13 at 22:30
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