Jack Cross, Author
Jack Cross is an ecstatic poet and psychonaut who writes about a “Christ Complexicon,” of Word, Logos, Logic, and the Geometric structure of the English/Latin Alphabet, of Archetype and Myth, the language of time, of polarity and the reconciliation of opposites.
"For me, the psychedelic experience, the enTheogenic experience, the Sacramental experience, have always been one and the same. There is only a slight difference of inflection and reflection between recreation and re-Creation, part-y and Holy. And WHO is to say? Certainly not a secular fiction."
“God isn’t found with a microscope or a telescope, God is found with an empty mirror.”
“The Mind/Soul-Manifesting effects of psychedelics are prohibited by nearly every civilization on earth for this very reason. Psyche-delic is no misnomer. One could even say that civilization itself rests upon the existence and prohibition of mind-altering substances. Secular fictions, and Theocratic fictions, perpetuate themselves with Law and violence, and Law, perpetuates itself with the Principle of Precedence, of that which came before, and what came before all laws, in Judaic and Christian tradition, was the First Law, “Do not eat of the fruit of this Tree.” This is the world we wake up in, as spiritual criminals. Psychedelics are not for the faint of heart, nor the faint of mind, they are for pilgrims journeying home."