The Divine Food Chain

As monads of the imaginal realm, each Archon seeks to maintain itself, and will conceivably say or do whatever is necessary to gain our attention and worship. This is the origin of the “gods,” entities demanding worship which they need in the same way we need food in order to exist. Without worship, a god starves and is absorbed (eaten) by some other entity…

This cruel and arrogant (from our point of view) attitude of the Archons is only natural from their point of view if we compare their behavior with the way that we treat the animals and plants we use for food in our own dimension… from a human point of view, the entelechy of a potato is to be eaten, digested and ultimately transformed by humans. What was potato last week is me today…”1

  1. DeKorne, Jim. Psychedelic Shamanism: The Cultivation, Preparation, and Shamanic Use of Psychotropic Plants. Breakout Productions, 1994. 98. []
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