"Contradictions such as we’re cutting the earth from beneath our feet. We’re poisoning the atmosphere that we breathe. This is not intelligent behavior. This is a culture with a bug in its operating system that’s making it produce erratic, dysfunctional, malfunctional behavior. Time to call a tech. And who are the techs? The shamans are the techs."
Based on his recent spiritual remarks and criticism of culture, Jim Carrey's behaviour in interviews is very reminiscent of someone who's just had a life-transforming psychedelic experience. Is he ready to play Terence McKenna? Vote now!
The following story, written by Terence McKenna, appeared in parts on his old website, it has never been finished, I think this is all there is out there.
After Jim Carrey distanced himself from the role it is up to Steve Buscemi to revive the spirit of the late psychedelic explorer on the big screen in an upcoming biopic.
"Truth Or Madness" is set to put the art pedal to the metal and become one of the most visionary sci-fi series by placing control in the hands of the shaman figures of our society, in an alternative 2017 where both Philip K Dick and Terence McKenna are still alive and where through the power of social media they became vortexes of attention.
"Well, we're fighting a meme war here, aren't we? We have to use the media to prosecute our agenda. So, our friend is the information transfer network, the media. We have to set in motion memes - models that will attract loyalty."
Will Jim Carrey embrace the role of a lifetime? Rumors of Carrey playing the late ethnobotanist, author, and philosopher Terence McKenna are springing up everywhere online. The actor, who has been long involved in spiritual practices, was seen in public with a great bard beard, reminiscent of McKenna's.
Rumor is spreading like wildfire on social media that Jim Carrey is set to play the late ethnobotanist Terence McKenna in an upcoming movie based on McKenna's adventures in the Amazon basin in 1971, and introducing the theories that were born out of that experience.
"Culture is a perversion. It fetishizes objects, creates consumer mania, it preaches endless forms of false happiness, endless forms of false understanding in the form of squirrelly religions and silly cults. It invites people to diminish themselves and dehumanize themselves by behaving like machines - meme processors of memes passed down from Madison Avenue and Hollywood and what have you."