virus: Biochem, sorta

Wade T. Smith (
Sun, 22 Sep 1996 10:26:17 -0400

All I meant was that there are some reliable, repeatable, and clinical
studies of hallucinations. (And a few of 'religious' experiences, i.e.
trance and meditative states.)

'Fire in the Brain' comes to mind, pretty recent too, I think.

All this assumes, as I do, (based on the evidence...), that there is
nothing to be dealing with in religious experiences other than

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