Jeremy Narby went to the Amazon Jungle to see how the natives get all their knowlegde. a. Home · a.. . Author: Antonio Molina. 9 downloads 25 Views 13MB Size. Report. En pocas palabras, Narby llega a la conclusión que la serpiente cósmica, por sus características, es equivalente a la estructura del ADN Experimentos.
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The interpreter, Carlos, referred to invisible beings, called maninkari, who narb found in animals, plants, mountains, streams, lakes, and certain crystals, and who are sources of knowledge.
Much of what he says is a direct critique of science and the blinders inherent to its Western formand he obviously gives dosmica respect and credence to the methodologies and conclusions of the Amazonian shamans than science is willing and able to. His book serves as a research journal as he investigates the practices of indigenous people, but slowly morphs into a personal journey that ultimately leads to a wildly speculative, but highly intriguing hypothesis that he backs up with biological research and thematic serpuente.
The problem becomes even more baffling, because no fewer than forty different types of curare are used in the Amazon rain forest. It would have been interesting to hear the narrative of the revisit when looking for specific clues.
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Once you turn on the radio, you can pick them up. They claimthat all were given to them by the spirits through their shamans. Perhaps this could explain phenomena such as telepathy and ESP. If swallowed, it has no effect.
Narby never loses credibility as a scientist or anthropological researcher, even as he speculates on the biological basis of spirit communication from ayahuasca usage. He does this by attempting to see with a parallel vision one eye shamanic, one scientificand he tells his story in a conversational style that lets the reader share in the sense of discovery.
Rationalism separates things to understand them. The hunters needed something that, when smearedon the tips of blow-pipe darts, would not only kill an animal but alsoensure that it does not tighten its death-grip on a branch and die out ofreach as often happens with animals killed by arrows.
Not for the faint hearted or the sofa philosopher, this book can seriously rock your world! So how dothey claim to have discovered curare – and all the other plants-derivedsubstances that they use?
Detalles del producto Formato: For the staunch empiricist, this book might elicit a lip-curling response, but to those who know there is more going on in this universe than reductionist science can completely explain, you might enjoy the thought-provoking concepts the author brings to light.
It’s also a quick read the last pages of this page book are made up of extensive notes and bibliographybut sure to encourage further study at least on the personal level if not within the hallowed halls of science.
Vuelva a intentarlo en cosmiva momento. Activado Lector de pantalla: It is a muscle relaxant, which kills byarresting the respiratory muscles. He suggests that,once someone taps into their own DNA, it can then communicate acrossorganisms, across species – even across the boundary csmica animal and plant – and that the totality of all the DNA in the world forms a kind of matrix.
It is knowledge that theydidn’t have before, useful serpoente which we cannot explain – and which is often more advanced than ours. Tapa blanda Compra verificada.
I wonder if taking molecular biological tools nqrby as microscopes through to the other side might provide even further insights. In fact, they take no credit for them.
Serpifnte in trance, the shaman’s spirit goes on a journey to another realm, in which he faces horrible dangers. The book is very well written in a friendly, warm voice, highly accessible to all levels of reader. Todos los derechos reservados. It is only effective when injected directly into the bloodstream, hence its delivery by blowpipe, and has noeffect when taken by mouth.
We must stress that the Amazonians’ knowledge of pharmacology plant-derived drugs and their potential and actual uses is not just surprising for anrby considered primitive peoples, but actually exceeds that of modernWestern science.
In this book, Jeremy Narby does an excellent job of navigating the tricky terrain between subjective experience in experimenting with the spiritual and offering an anthropological analysis of the culture he set out to investigate. Even the giant drugcompanies do not have the ability to develop products to meet specific requirements as quickly, easily – and naturally – as the Amazonian shamans can.
Areas, he calls “blind spots. Narby perceived an enigma. As he says; “My approach in this book starts from the idea that it is of utmost importance to respect the faith of others, no matter how strange, whether it is shamans who believe plants communicate or biologists who believe nature is inanimate.
What is certain is that shamans acquire knowledge direct from some source without any process of trial and error. This is something that is happening rightnow, and there is no suggestion of visitors from lost continents or spaceships landing. Cant recommended enough, though, only for people who want to research really new ideas, and are open to entertain very different mind blowing concepts.
The most common type of curare requires a complicated method of preparation in which the extracts of several plants are boiled together for three days,during which lethal fumes are given off.
Western knowledge considers hallucinations to be at best illusions, at worst morbid phenomena. Extrapolations of this concept hold vast understandings for scientists able to transplant the pattern of this image into other contexts.
This is what the Amazonians told Jeremy Narby about how they know the properties of plants and how to combine them. Excellent description of symbolic patterns of the universe. So, if the shaman asks them how to cure a little village girl’s meningitis, they will give him that information – but they will not also tell him how to cure her mother’s cancer unless he specifically asks.
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Since they have no science in the sense that we understand it, they must have learned how to make their medicines by trial and error. It occurred to Narby from that statement that those common images of twin serpents and twisted ladders are descriptions of the DNA double helix. Amazon Second Chance Donar, intercambiar, dar una segunda vida. He writes, “These extremely practical and frank people, living almost autonomously in the Amazonian forest, insisted that their extensive botanical knowledge came from plant-induced hallucinations.
Ifthey had found their recipes by experimentation, it would have takenmillions of years to find just a few, and yet they have a vast range of medicines and other useful substances. Plants reveal their own properties, Indians get molecularly verifiable information from drug-induced hallucinations.