By John C. Lilly
Tells the tale of John Lilly's discoveries from his early experiments; mapping the brains of monkeys and verbal exchange with dolphins, to his adventure with attention increasing medicines. The ebook contains an replace on Lilly's paintings on human/dolphin communique and returning animals to the wild.
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The Being comes from somewhere else, inhabits this body. The body is being put through something, something to teach it. What happened last night? Today I am frightened. Last night I lay in my bed and lis36 Education into Becoming Human 37 tened. I heard a scream, Mother screaming, then Father's loud voice trying to calm her. I got out of bed and went to listen at their door. She was moaning and said, "I lost him. I am so tired. I lost another one. " Father said, "We can have another one later.
In its transition from Form to Form, its knowledge was stored in the Network. Its contained memories were only of how to make transitions and retain memories of its Individuality. In each Form it was permitted to develop new memories based upon its experience. In the infinite sequence of Forms permitted to its choice, at one juncture it chose a particular galaxy, a particular star, a particular solar system, a particular planet, a particular Form on that planet. It rested in HYPERSPACE, contemplating from HYPERSPACE the planet and the organisms on that planet, and chose its new Form.
Someone told me that if I used too much electricity I could kill myself. A transformer reduces the amount of electricity so that it is safer. The doorbell on the house works on a transformer. There is an old transformer that I used with the electromagnets from the bell for the compass-needle motor. Dick got a present for Christmas: When he turns a crank on the generator and someone holds two pieces of metal, one in each hand, it makes one's muscles jump, not very pleasant. He turned the crank too fast for me and I couldn't let go of the metal.
The Scientist: A Metaphysical Autobiography by John C. Lilly