The full body transplant experience.


(photoshoppery of real plastic body armor by Rian Fike.)

The full body transplant experience grows from the urge to become the object of your desire, to merge completely into one glowing entity, to be totally in love. Not love like hearts and possessions, but love like fire.

Nina and I met under a full moon on Miami Beach at midnight, and we recognized each other from twelve previous lifetimes together. (I wrote a short story about the other lifetimes, but I forgot where I put it.) We were each accomplished Chaos Magicians, and we were both filled with the most insanely intense desire for each other.

We knew this was the one, so we waited. We waited one entire year before our first kiss. Magick often involves sacrifice, and the power we were building was focused on one of its most exalted rituals. We were going to switch bodies.

I am not one to switch and tell, but I can share some of the side effects. We began to release the exact same pheromones. We could talk without words. Sometimes our faces disappeared when we looked into each other’s eyes.

We have never sought a scientific explanation for the experience, but one day I was pixeling around with Photoshop for the next wave, I hooked up with Nick Herbert and his Quantum Tantra trip. Nick is the real deal. His experiments with the accelerators at Stanford have combined with the confirmed existence of the quantum dimensions of other realities, enough to hear an echo of the full body transplant experience in deep physics. Yes, it is very possible that the human mind is a form of consciousness that can “switch bodies” with any other physical structure, including inanimate objects. If the thing you are joining with is on the other side of the Universe, all your transportation problems are solved.

This quantum effect creates very very dangerous possibilities, but it also solves all problems associated with ethics, and Nick Herbert calls it the Golden Rule 2.0. When he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in response, he actually used some of my illustrations in his presentation. You can click over to his site for more information…

Here’s your link, merge at your own risk:

I know it is possible to switch bodies with someone or something else, I’ve done it.  I can’t give you detailed instructions, but the first step is the courage to give yourself permission.


Filed under Art I live with., Full Body Transplanting, Rambles

14 responses to “The full body transplant experience.

  1. Banished Demon

    I would like to know the ritual you did to accomplish this.

  2. The only thing I can do is point you in the direction. There was no specific ritual. Chaos Magick is like that, each person must create their own technique.

    We combined frenzied fine art sensibilities with the deep desire and full potential of human love. And we surrendered completely. Each new working was spontaneous and charged with the momentum of the present moment.

    That’s about all I can accurately describe, good luck in your explorations.

  3. A.L.T.

    How did you pull this off? Please let me know what you did, because I desire to accomplish the same feat as you.

  4. Kitti

    My partner and I, a few months ago had this 2 hour long conversation about what would happen if we switched bodies. After that, there have been things popping up everywhere about it. The day after he even found a manga (which we both love, along with a lot of Japanese culture) about these two people who did very close to the exact thing we talked about. They switched, of course, but their reactions were almost identical to what we were saying.

    It’s a little eerie, but so compelling, we’re really starting to believe that it’s actually possible. There’s many more strange coincidences that have been going on in our lives even before we met that link to this, and we’ve even figured out a few reasons why this would be happening.

    I was just wondering if there’s anything specific you have to do, any kind of ritual, statue, anything of that sort, or is it just the connectedness and openness to the idea itself?

  5. There is nothing specific. Each successful ritual has its own personality and style.

    You sound like you are pretty close to getting there already, and I can hear the joy it is giving you. Congratulations.

    One last thing.

    You will not be able to prove that it happened. You will never really “know” if you switched, or if you ever switched back.

    That’s part of the fun.

  6. A.L.T.

    Where can I find someone who can perform these successful rituals on me?

  7. It is not that simple. You need to do most of the work yourself.

  8. Oh, well what sort of techniques would you recommend I do?

  9. Start with a book called “Angel Tech” by Antero Alli.

    If you can work those exercises, then you will be able to design your own rituals to complete the work.


  10. Thank you very much. 🙂

  11. Xero

    Can someone be immortal when they keep on switching bodies?

  12. That is a very good question.

    I do not know the answer, but it sure is fun to wonder about.

  13. unknown

    A friend of mine and I were discussing something along the lines of this, she asked me about switching bodies and we were talking about the idea of maybe we all switch bodies but we never know because the bodies contain memories so you only remember what ever whomever was in the body has done so therefore you have no knowledge that you switched or that you were ever in another body, because of the fact that the body you are now in is all that you remember.

    Does that sound insane?

  14. Most people cannot handle this truth. Therefore, most people would say that sounds insane.

    For me, that sounds like an enlightened mind pondering the human experience.


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