got about halfway through it, ill bb soon for the rest. good find
EDIT: finished it. i like the openness that it presents. they make sure to be clear that ultimately the specific nature of the change is unpredictable.
This was an interesting read...to tired now to discuss it..had to look up the meaning of about 20 words that was new to me (I'm Swedish).
I really like Mckenna's idea though, that life isn't a combatant about good and evil as much as it is about novelty versus conservatism, or degeneration..
I think he was serious about it. He often said that it was the only thing that he came up with himself, and if you hear him talking about it he does seem to take it very seriously. Here, for instance: Terence McKenna - Time and the I-Ching - YouTube
A really nice read, many thanks for the link