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- Tristan Gulliford - Are you prepared for 2012?In "Breaking Open the Head", Daniel Pinchbeck explored the landscapes of visionary states, writing about psychedelic substances, shamanism, and indigenous spirituality while also offering cultural criticism and insightful perspectives about our modern culture. Utilizing an unusual literary style of combining intellectual speculation with personal travelogue, Pinchbeck describes his experience of traveling to Gabon, Africa to experience the ritual of the plant Ibogaine and to learn from the wisdom of the Bwiti tribe. In "2012: The Return of Quetzacoatl" his journeys take him everywhere from the jungles of Brazil to partake in the healing ceremony of ayahuasca with the Santo Daime church, to the crop circle formations of Glastonbury, to the maniac streets of his East Village home, to the legendary Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert.
Throughout this mind-expanding intellectual adventure, Pinchbeck is guided by the benevolent spirit of Quetzacoatl: the mythological archetype of the rainbow feathered serpent. Invoking the presence of Quetzacoatl like a shaman would invoke a totem animal spirit, Pinchbeck challenges the accepted consensus reality of our rationalized, scientific worldview: the post-modern philosophy of materialism. Instead, he offers evidence for the thesis of philosophical idealism, which states that consciousness creates the material world, not the other way around.
In the company of thinkers such as Michael Talbot, William Irwin Thompson, Rudolph Steiner, and Amit Goswami, Pinchbeck describes the cosmic mindstate of "nondualism" and transcending the traditional subject/object split, which is supported by the idea in quantum physics that the observer creates reality through the act of perception. To give credence to this view, Pinchbeck again chooses the unusual style of blending first-hand experience with intellectual philosophy, to emphasize the importance of subjective experience within science and the study of consciousness.
While "2012" may be a daunting read for the uninitiated, the true seeker will find an insightful tome that hints at an emerging paradigm, a new worldview that synthesizes diverse ideas such as the nature of reality and the significance of non-linear time, shamanism, entheogens, magic, dreaming, reincarnation, indigenous prophecy, Ray Kurzweil's "technological singularity", the alien abduction phenomenon, quantum physics, the Burning Man festival, the looming mystery of the year 2012, Gnostic Christianity, crop circles, the secrets of the Mayan calendar, the works of Terence McKenna, Rudolph Steiner, and Carl Jung, the need for ecological and planetary awareness, and the possibility of unified consciousness.
With its mixture of charm, wit, resonant prophecy, and deeply mystical knowledge, "2012" isn't a book that anyone will soon forget. Pinchbeck is one of the most fascinating and multi-faceted modern intellectuals. His message of the transformative potential of a psychic shift from our greedy, ego-based society to a compassionate and collaborative planetary culture is one that needs to be heard and absorbed into the public dialogue.