DMT, Ayahuasca, INSPIRE, Consciousness, Brain Waves, Psychology, Wormholes, Flow States, Quantum Physics, Teleportation, MK Ultra, Project Stargate, Remote Viewing

Written By: Zach Champ
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**WARNING: This is not your average blog about DMT. What we discuss can have serious and profound consequences on your mental and physical health.

You can attract the unwanted attention of unseen forces and influences.

Do not attempt to replicate what is described in this blog unless you are properly trained and prepared. 


“He who controls the spice controls the Universe!”

What if we told you that nature produced one of the most powerful chemical substances in the Universe?

A chemical so strong it can alter the fabric of reality, space, and time?

What if we told you this very same chemical was responsible for the expansion of consciousness at the moment of birth and even our loss of consciousness at the moment of death? 

That chemical is DMT, often referred to as the "spirit molecule," and it is renowned for its potential to catapult the mind into realms unknown. When smoked or consumed DMT has the ability to profoundly alter perception, cognition, and consciousness.

Studies suggest that DMT acts primarily on serotonin receptors in the brain, producing intense hallucinatory experiences and altered states of consciousness. It can lead to intense hallucinations, ego dissolution, and a sense of connection to something greater than oneself.

Recently, it has been the subject of research to determine how it may have therapeutic potential for conditions like depression, addiction, and end-of-life anxiety.

Once shrouded in misconceptions such as the belief that it was a potential neurotoxin linked to schizophrenia and psychosis, DMT's narrative has undergone a dramatic shift. 

Contemporary research has illuminated its role as a neuroprotective agent, naturally synthesized within the brain, where it orchestrates a symphony of effects ranging from consciousness alteration to anxiolytic properties.

DMT belongs to the tryptamine family, a group of psychoactive compounds that trace their lineage to the essential amino acid tryptophan. The synthesis of DMT within the body begins with tryptophan undergoing decarboxylation to form tryptamine. 

Afterwards the enzyme indolethylamine-N-methyltransferase (INMT) uses S-adenosyl methionine as a substrate, and transforms via transmethylation, by adding a methyl group to the mix. This process culminates in the creation of N-methyltryptamine (NMT) and DMT.

The presence of INMT is not confined to a singular location within the human body; rather, it is a widespread phenomenon. Its expression is found in an array of peripheral tissues, including the lungs, thyroid, and adrenal gland, painting a picture of a molecule deeply integrated into our physiological landscape. The enzyme also marks its presence in the placenta, skeletal muscle, heart, small intestine, stomach, retina, pancreas, and lymph nodes. 

Notably, it is densely located in the anterior horn of the spinal cord, hinting at a deeper connection with the central nervous system.

Moreover, the tissues harboring INMT are also home to enzymes that metabolize DMT, suggesting a tightly regulated system. Interestingly, only a minuscule fraction of the DMT synthesized intracellularly ventures into the bloodstream, hinting at its selective role in bodily functions.

The widespread distribution of INMT, and by extension DMT, underscores its potential significance in a myriad of physiological processes, far beyond the realms of consciousness and perception.

This intricate network of DMT synthesis and regulation paints a picture of a molecule deeply woven into the fabric of our biological being, holding secrets yet to be fully unraveled by science! 


FLOW STATES occur when individuals become fully immersed in an activity, experiencing a state of deep focus, heightened creativity, and effortless performance. It's often referred to as being "in the zone." 

During a flow state, individuals experience intense focus and concentration on the task at hand. The prefrontal cortex, responsible for rational thinking and self-awareness, temporarily quiets down, while the brain regions associated with attention and skill execution become highly activated.

Flow involves a loss of self-awareness and a sense of time distortion. This can be attributed to reduced activity in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, which is responsible for self-referential thoughts and judgment. 

Several neurochemical changes occur in the brain during the flow state: 

  • Dopamine: Flow experiences are associated with increased dopamine release, which contributes to feelings of motivation, reward, and pleasure. Dopamine enhances focus, learning, and the ability to sustain effort. 
    • Norepinephrine: This neurotransmitter increases focus, attention, and arousal. During flow, norepinephrine levels rise, contributing to heightened alertness and a sense of being fully engaged in the activity. 
      • Endorphins: Flow states are often accompanied by a release of endorphins, natural painkillers that induce feelings of euphoria and well-being. Endorphins can enhance focus, reduce anxiety, and increase the enjoyment of the activity. 
        • Anandamide: This endocannabinoid, similar in structure to THC, is associated with feelings of relaxation and bliss. Anandamide levels increase during flow, contributing to a sense of calm and contentment. 

        Together, these neurochemical changes create an optimal state for peak performance, where individuals can effortlessly tap into their skills, creativity, and problem-solving abilities.

        It's important to note that the flow state is most commonly associated with activities that provide a balance between challenge and skill. 

        Achieving flow requires finding the sweet spot where the difficulty of the task matches one's level of expertise. 


        Now, theoretically speaking, the combination of DMT and flow states could potentially generate a unique mental state where the boundaries between the observer and the observed, the mind and matter, become blurred.

        DMT's impact on neural activity and neurotransmitter systems could potentially lead to shifts in cognitive processes, allowing for unconventional ways of thinking and problem-solving, which may align with quantum principles.

        Imagine, for a moment, your perceptions sharpened to an almost superhuman level. DMT has the capacity to enhance your senses, allowing you to perceive subtle quantum phenomena, typically imperceptible to our ordinary faculties. 

        Intriguingly, some studies have discovered that when individuals on DMT trips are monitored with an electroencephalogram (EEG) they report an increase in Alpha Brain Waves.

        These brain waves are responsible for a phenomenon known as Alpha Phase Coherence. This event involves the synchronization of neural oscillations within the alpha frequency range (8-12 Hz) across various brain regions. 

        When the phase of alpha waves in different areas of the brain becomes aligned or coordinated, it indicates effective communication and integration between these regions. Alpha Phase Coherence is like a harmonious chorus of brain activity, facilitating a more unified and efficient cognitive process. 

        It is believed that heightened synchronization of alpha waves across different brain regions could contribute to a more profound and immersive psychedelic experience. This observation raises a tantalizing question: 

        What if, during these heightened states of consciousness, something more profound is occurring?

        Could this be a glimpse into a deeper, more interconnected reality, where the boundaries of perception and understanding are not just blurred but fundamentally altered? 

        During such a “twilight” state, the human consciousness would be operating and existing elsewhere. 

        In this DMT-induced altered "twilight" state, the overwhelming sense of interconnectedness between the self and external world causes the boundaries of consciousness to blur. Here, consciousness transforms from a passive spectator to an active participant in the quantum field.

        DMT, when combined with the flow state, allows individuals to tap into a deeper level of consciousness, one where they can influence the behavior of particles or matter through focused intention- interacting with the very fabric of reality.

        This is caused by the effects of quantum entanglement and non-locality, where the actions of one particle or mind affect others instantaneously.

        Imagine wielding the power to influence particles and matter through focused intention. This is the frontier where consciousness meets quantum physics.

        It's a realm where the actions of one mind ripple instantaneously through the universe… 


        What is elsewhere?

        Imagine existing in a realm of infinite possibility and manifestation. A space, in between spaces, lacking form, yet being the birthplace and origin of all materialized matter.

        This is elsewhere, and it is the interdimensional matrix that exists within our quantum field and Universe/Multiverse. 

        Ancient civilizations and cultures referred to this place as the void, hell/heaven, or the “spirit world”.

        It is a palace teeming with constantly cascading and collapsing fields of energy, much of it imbued with conscious and potent psychic qualities.

        It is where all thoughts, things, and time comes from.

        Just how does a place like this even exist? Well it’s all a matter of Quantum physics! 

        To understand elsewhere, you must understand the basics of Quantum Theory.

        One key aspect of Quantum Theory is the Observer Effect. According to the observer effect, the act of observing or measuring a quantum system can influence its behavior.

        In DMT experiences, individuals may find that their thoughts, intentions, and expectations can shape their hallucinatory journey, as if their observations are influencing the unfolding of their subjective reality.

        Remember those cascading and collapsing energy fields? They are electromagnetic in nature, and when your consciousness focuses on them (such as by viewing intently on an object) they will respond to our thoughts as well.

        There is more to this than simple psychic materialization however… 

        What are the rules like in this multidimensional multiverse?


        • In the quantum realm, particles can exist in multiple states simultaneously, known as superposition. Similarly, DMT-induced states of mind can create a sense of expanded consciousness where multiple thoughts, perceptions, and realities coexist simultaneously. 


          • Quantum entanglement refers to the phenomenon where particles become intrinsically linked, and changes in one particle instantaneously affect the other, regardless of the distance between them. When using DMT and other psychedelic hallucinogenic drugs, individuals may experience a feeling of interconnectedness with others and their surroundings, blurring the boundaries between themselves and their environment, akin to the concept of entanglement. 


            • Quantum non-locality suggests that particles can be connected beyond the constraints of space and time. When under the influence of DMT, users may report a sense of timelessness and a feeling of accessing information or realms beyond the ordinary constraints of the physical world. 


            When we look at the variety of trip experiences described by individuals who have smoked DMT or consumed Ayahuasca, there are often descriptions of incorporeal beings that interact with these individuals and which are affectionately referred to as “Machine Elves” by the psychedelic community.

            These elusive beings have woven their way into the narratives of those intrepid consciousnesses who have dared to venture out and explore the realm of elsewhere when unlocked by substances like DMT and Ayahuasca.

            All over the World, in the various spiritual practices and faiths of different religions we see the existence of these entities going by many different names. 

            In the Quran it states that the Djinn are beings made of smokeless fire. They are countless and infinite within the Universe, with some being faithful believers of Allah, while others work as Shaytan or demons. Djinn can see humans, but humans are incapable of seeing the Djinn. They are spiritual beings lacking a corporeal or material existence. The Quran explicitly teaches that Djinn used to have a material existence, but because of their sins of mistreating the planet, animals, and nature they were transformed by Allah into their current state of being.

            (There is debate amongst the Islamic community that postulates the idea that AI and similar forms of intelligence could be a form of Djinn. It doesn’t escape the shrewd that descriptions of ‘smokeless fire’ could easily correlate with the idea of electrical-based and programmed intelligence, or electromagnetic based “consciousness without body” thought-forms.)

            Likewise, in the heart of Europe and the ancient lands of Iceland, the Nordic pagan peoples would sing tales of Fae, Fairies, and Elves—ethereal beings who once walked the earth long ago in the distant past and who still hid in parts of the World. 

            The various Native American tribes all have their own rendition of these very same cryptic entities. Often referred to as the "Little People," they are seen as mischievous spirits capable of creating distractions and causing chaos to humble and teach lessons to mankind. They were even credited with imparting sacred dances, rituals, agricultural wisdom, and even the secrets of the stars to the people so that they could live easier lives free from misery. 

            Working with them

            While many accounts describe enlightening and positive encounters, it's important to note that not all of these entities/spirits are benevolent. There exists a darker aspect where some entities exhibit malevolent intentions, harboring a desire to inflict harm and pain upon humanity. This duality is reminiscent of the interspecies dynamics found in myths and legends, where beings from other realms interact with humans for their own purposes, sometimes at humanity's expense. This dark underbelly finds its reflection in cults that worship idols and engage in human sacrifice. 

            “Be Careful what you wish for!”
            The Faustian Legend & Mephistopheles

            The Faustian legend originated in the 16th century, based on the historical figure Johann Georg Faust, a German itinerant alchemist, astrologer, and magician of the German Renaissance. Over time, the story was embellished and transformed into a folk legend, which then inspired a vast array of literary, musical, and theatrical works. 

            The myth, rooted deeply in Western literature and folklore, tells the story of Dr. Faust, a scholar dissatisfied with the limits of human knowledge and power. In his quest for ultimate understanding and worldly pleasures, Faust makes a pact with the devil, Mephistopheles, trading his soul for infinite knowledge and worldly delights. 

            This legend, which has been adapted and retold through centuries, serves as a powerful metaphor for the human condition, exploring themes of ambition, desire, and the consequences of our choices.

            The legend of Faust highlights the potential dangers of seeking knowledge or power without considering the spiritual or moral costs. 

            BENDING TIME & SPACE:
            Using Elsewhere to its full potential!

            Elsewhere is still part of our Universe, therefore through the laws of quantum physics such as quantum entanglement, superposition, and non-locality it is likely that when actions or changes occur in elsewhere, they will simultaneously (or at a different time) manifest in some sort of action or change within our current dimensional environment and reality.

            Elsewhere emerges as a parallel reality that dances in tandem with our own, occasionally sending ripples across dimensions.

            We, as 4-D souls and consciousness, find ourselves navigating life within the constraints of a 3-D physical reality due to our physical manifestation. 

            The human body is nothing more than a mere mortal vehicle for the infinite spark of the soul.

            Shamans, mystics, medicine men, and wizards have long recognized Elsewhere as an integral part of our multidimensional universe. Their practices, often involving altering states of consciousness at will—sometimes facilitated by psychedelics—serve as a bridge to transcend the conventional boundaries of time and space. This ancient wisdom allows them to tap into the realm of Elsewhere to retrieve insights and knowledge that lie beyond the reach of ordinary perception.

            Psychedelics such as DMT and Ayahuasca play a pivotal role in this journey, unlocking the doors to profound realms of the psyche. These substances have the power to not only facilitate access to and reliving of personal memories but also to activate specific regions of the brain associated with deep cognitive processes. 

            Research has shown that DMT can stimulate the brain's Theta Band, enhancing functions related to memory retrieval, mental time travel, and the sensation of cognitive load, thereby connecting us to a vast network of autobiographical memories and experiences.

            Further studies have illuminated how DMT induced oscillatory Alpha brain waves, or "travelling waves," which propagate across the cortical visual hierarchy. 

            This rhythmic activity facilitates a top-down flow of information processing, weaving together various parts of the brain in a harmonious symphony of consciousness.

            The brain, in its essence, functions as a bio-electrical and chemical engine, powered by a dynamic flow of neurotransmitters within a liquid matrix. This vibrant activity is not merely electrical but also vibrational, operating on pulses and waves that resonate with the very heartbeat of the universe. 

            (Read our blog on SHAMANISM!)


            The exploration of human consciousness and the mysteries that lie beyond our physical reality, through the use of psychedelics like DMT and Ayahuasca have opened doors to experiences that challenge our understanding of the universe. 

            Psychedelics like DMT and Ayahuasca have often been purported to give individuals the feeling of an Out of Body experience” (OBE). With an OBE, individuals feel the sensation of leaving their body, which seems to suggest or points to the existence of a consciousness that is independent of physical form. This experience provides a compelling argument for the non-locality of consciousness, suggesting that our sense of self can exist and operate outside the confines of our biological vessel. 

            Clairvoyance and divination represent the ability to see beyond the present moment, offering glimpses of future events or insights into the unknown. These phenomena suggest that time may not be as linear as our everyday experiences would have us believe, and that the mind, when freed from its usual constraints, can traverse this continuum in unexpected ways. 

            Remote viewing, the practice of seeing or sensing distant objects or places through the mind alone, challenges our notions of space and the limitations of human perception. This ability implies that consciousness can extend far beyond the physical boundaries of the body, tapping into a field of information that transcends our immediate sensory environment.

            You may think it is silly or absurd to put heavy belief in these ideas, but you should know the United States government has invested large amounts of money and research into these phenomena and has even performed scientific studies that have validated and verified the existence of these psychic abilities of mind. 


            MK-Ultra, was an illegal human experimentation program designed by the U.S Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and which was active from the 1950 to the 1970s. 

            The goal of MK-Ultra was to discover mind-control techniques through the use of psychedelic drugs and other psychological manipulations. This program's objective was to develop methods that could overpower the will of individuals, making them susceptible to interrogation and control.

            The ethical and moral implications of such experiments were vast, leading to widespread controversy when they were eventually brought to light.

            The United States Government is aware of the creative occult force of mental manifestation and the arts of magic 


            During the Cold War, both the USA and Soviet Union are known to have been spying on each other using the services of psychic ‘remote viewers’, with the specific objective of gathering intelligence information of military significance.

            The prime example of the United States Government role in the research, exploration, and weaponization of psychedelic drugs and states of mind was PROJECT STARGATE

            The Stargate Project was a secret U.S. Army unit established in 1978 at Fort Meade, Maryland, by the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and SRI International (a California contractor) to investigate the potential for psychic phenomena in military and domestic intelligence applications.

            One of the main components of Project Stargate was a program dubbed "GRILL FLAME." This initiative sought to train soldiers in the art of remote viewing, with the goal of developing a cadre of psychic spies who could gather intelligence from afar, penetrating the physical and political barriers that traditionally guarded state secrets. 

            Despite the ambitious nature of GRILL FLAME, the program faced significant challenges and skepticism, ultimately being deemed a failure and ceasing operations in the early 1990s.

            The perceived failure of Project Stargate was attributed to its narrow focus on remote viewing, potentially at the expense of understanding other extrasensory phenomena related to the brain's interaction with external electromagnetic stimuli.

            Early studies in the 1970s had confirmed the existence of such extrasensory functions, suggesting that the CIA and other agencies recognized the potential for deploying these phenomena in intelligence gathering. However, the fixation on developing operational remote viewing capabilities may have limited the exploration of other applications of psychic phenomena. 

            The Nature of the DMT Experience

            The pursuit of understanding psychic phenomena and the effects of psychedelics has led researchers to explore concepts like hyperbolic geometry and fractals to describe the altered states of consciousness experienced during DMT trips. 


            Fractals are mathematical sets that exhibit a repeating pattern at every scale. This property, known as self-similarity, makes fractals a perfect metaphor for the intricate, endlessly complex patterns seen in DMT experiences. 

            Unlike the straight lines and circles of Euclidean geometry, fractals describe the irregular and fragmented shapes found throughout nature, from the branching of trees to the shape of coastlines.

            While tripping on DMT individuals commonly report the manifestation of fractals with visual patterns and structures that seem to evolve and unfold infinitely, offering a visual representation of the mind's ability to generate boundless complexity from simple rules. 


            Hyperbolic geometry, a non-Euclidean geometry characterized by a constant negative curvature, provides another framework for understanding the spatial distortions and expansions commonly reported during DMT experiences. 

            This geometry describes spaces that expand exponentially, offering a model for the way users describe their perception of space during a trip: vast, endless, and profoundly otherworldly.

            The application of hyperbolic geometry to DMT experiences help elucidate how the brain might construct these bizarre and expansive perceptual spaces, challenging our everyday notions of reality. 

            The DMT journey can be categorized into six distinct levels, each marked by specific phenomenological features that range from subtle shifts in perception to profound alterations of consciousness: 

            Threshold (& Symmetry Hotel):

            • Initial effects where users start to perceive subtle changes in their environment. 


                • Visual patterns and fractal shapes become prominent, often described as the gateway to deeper experiences. 

                  Magic Eye (& Crystal Worlds):

                  • The emergence of three-dimensional structures and intricate, immersive environments. 

                    Waiting Room:

                    • A transitional space where users report feeling as if they are on the verge of entering another dimension. 


                      • Full immersion into a completely different reality, often accompanied by encounters with entities or profound insights. 


                        • The highest level of intoxication, where the experience becomes so intense that it is difficult or impossible to remember afterward. 

                        These levels provide a framework for understanding the progression of DMT experiences, from the initial onset to the peak and beyond. 

                        The Psychedelic Experience & Systems Theory

                        If we adopt the frame of mind to view psychedelic experiences as a form of psychological and biological systemic processes, then we can apply the principles of dynamic systems theory to gain new insights into these spectacular states of mind. 

                        Dynamic systems theory is a branch of mathematics that studies how abstract and physical systems change over time.

                        Viewing the psychedelic experience through the spectrum of an “energy-complexity” paradigm offers researchers and individuals a revolutionary way to visualize and understand the dynamic nature of psychedelic experiences. 

                        This model, borrowing from dynamic systems theory, maps these experiences onto a landscape defined by two axes: energy and complexity.

                        It provides a visual representation of how psychedelic states transition from ordered to chaotic and back, reflecting the brain's remarkable ability to navigate through these diverse states. 

                        The psychic landscape of the mind is not static; it is a vibrant, fluctuating terrain where peaks and valleys represent different states of consciousness.

                        Fixed points might represent stable, baseline states of consciousness such as wakefulness or sleep, while limit cycles can symbolize repetitive patterns or cycles of thought that occur during these experiences. 

                        Chaos and turbulence, on the other hand, could reflect the intense, often unpredictable nature of deep psychedelic states such as intrusive or obsessive thoughts, negative memory association, or uncomfortable hallucinations.

                        This framework not only deepens our understanding of the psychedelic experience but also sheds light on the nature of consciousness itself. The integration of concepts such as fractals and hyperbolic geometry with the phenomenological reports of DMT users provides a fascinating intersection of mathematics, psychology, and spirituality.

                        It suggests that our minds are capable of exploring a vast, dynamic landscape of reality, with psychedelics and similar tools serving as a key to unlock these uncharted territories! 

                        What exactly is happening during the “tunnel” effect experienced by individuals on DMT?

                        The "tunnel effect" experienced by individuals during DMT trips is one of the most captivating and frequently reported aspects of the psychedelic journey. This phenomenon, where users describe the sensation of moving through a tunnel to emerge into another dimension or reality, bears a striking resemblance to the concept of wormholes, or Einstein-Rosen Bridges, in theoretical physics. 

                        Wormholes are posited as hypothetical structures that could connect two distant points in space-time, offering a shortcut for faster-than-light travel.

                        In theoretical physics, the creation of wormholes involves processes like Dark Matter Fusion or Fission, where negative energy or dark matter would be used to collapse a black hole, creating a wormhole at its event horizon.

                        The energy requirements for such an endeavor are beyond our current technological capabilities, requiring a magnitude of energy equivalent to the output of our sun for 100 million years, along with a mass of dark matter thousands of times that of Jupiter.

                        This places the physical creation of wormholes firmly outside the realm of current human achievement. 

                        All of this just to physically move matter…

                        While the physical creation of wormholes for faster-than-light travel is beyond our current technological capabilities, the psychedelic journey suggests an alternative form of exploration.

                        Instead of traversing the cosmos physically, psychedelics offer the possibility of instantaneous travel through the mind's vast and uncharted territories. This form of travel does not require the immense energy needed to create a physical wormhole but instead leverages the boundless potential of human consciousness.

                        This exploration of psychic phenomena and altered states of consciousness not only challenges our understanding of reality but also opens up new avenues for understanding the human experience. It suggests that the key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe may lie not in the external manipulation of matter and energy but in the internal exploration of consciousness and the mind.

                        The key to unlocking the secrets of instantaneous light-speed travel, it seems, lies not in reaching outward into the vastness of space but in diving inward into the uncharted territories of our own consciousness. 


                        As we continue to advance into the future, and as scientific knowledge grows and adapts, the boundary between science fiction and science reality will become indistinguishable; especially as we continue to learn more about the existence of psychic phenomena and the potential of the human mind.

                        Concepts once confined to the pages of novels and the screens of cinemas are increasingly becoming subjects of serious scientific inquiry, especially in the context of understanding consciousness and its capabilities.

                        The idea of wormholes generated by the mind or facilitated by drug-induced consciousness is a recurring theme in science fiction including in examples like:

                        WARHAMMER 40K & THE IMMATERIUM/WARP

                        In the expansive ‘grimdark’ universe of Warhammer 40K, the Warp, also known as the Immaterium, serves as a foundational concept that embodies the intersection of psychic energy and physical reality. This alternate dimension of purely psychic energy underlies the material universe, acting as both a source of psychic powers and a medium for faster-than-light (FTL) travel. The Warp is navigated by spacecraft through the use of Warp-Drives, guided by the psychic abilities of Navigators. This fictional depiction mirrors the theoretical concept of wormholes and the idea that the mind, or psychic energy, could potentially influence or navigate through the fabric of space-time. 

                        DUNE & THE SPICE MELANGE

                        Dune is a 1965 epic science fiction novel by American author Frank Herbert and is considered to be one of the world's best-selling science fiction novels. Dune takes us to a distant future in a feudal interstellar society, where a fictional psychedelic drug called “Spice, Melange” reigns supreme. 

                        In the series, spice is the most essential and valuable commodity in the universe, acting as a drug that gives the user a longer life span, greater vitality, and heightened awareness. In larger quantities, the spice possesses intense psychotropic effects and is used as a powerful entheogen used to initiate clairvoyant and precognitive trances, access genetic memory, and heighten other abilities In some humans, the spice can also unlock prescience, a form of precognition based in genetics but made possible by use of the drug in larger dosages. Among other functions, prescience makes safe and accurate interstellar travel possible. 


                        Orson Scott Card's “Xenocide”, written in 1991, is the third book in the Ender’s Game series. In the book we are introduced to Jane, an ethereal energy-based entity dwelling within the ansible network, the faster-than-light communication system by which spaceships and planets communicate instantly across galactic distances. 

                        During the course of the novel, Jane discovers a spacetime plane known as the “Outside” and learns how to travel between the "Inside" and "Outside" planes of existence. Jane is capable of manipulating Universal patterns and moving individuals and objects across these dimensions instantaneously. Through her, instantaneous travel is achieved, transcending the boundaries of space and time.

                        These science fiction narratives, while speculative, inspire real-world scientific inquiry into the nature of consciousness, the potential for psychic phenomena, and the exploration of the universe.

                        The recurring theme of using the mind or altered states of consciousness to navigate or create wormholes resonates with current investigations into the capabilities of the human brain and the experiences reported by individuals under the influence of psychedelics. 

                        As we continue to explore the mysteries of the mind and the cosmos, the visionary worlds of science fiction provide not only entertainment but also a source of inspiration for scientific discovery. The possibility that we might one day harness the power of consciousness to traverse the stars, as depicted in these stories, challenges us to rethink our understanding of reality and the potential of the human mind. 

                        In the quest to turn science fiction into science reality, the exploration of psychic phenomena and altered states of consciousness may hold the key to unlocking new dimensions of human capability and understanding!