Connection Supplement

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A Connection Supplement is a dietary supplement (like Cannabis, Psilocybin, Peyote) or substance (like DMT, LSD, Ketamine, MDMA, etc.) that forces and facilitates stronger Connection to Consciousness. Connection Supplements may also be referred to as psychedelics or entheogens ("God Containing"). Since the action of entheogens is to open a Connection to The Fabric of Consciousness, Connection Supplement is the superior term.

Syncretic Terms

Entheogen, Psychedelic

Technologies of the Sacred

List of Connection Supplements

Connection Supplement > Cannabis, Chloroform, DMT, Haoma, Kaneh Bosm, Kava, Ketamine, Kykeon, MDMA, Nitrous Oxide, Peyote, Psilocybin, Soma


Cultural Usage of Connection Supplements

Anthropologist Margaret Mead noted that Kava, which is used to produce a mild entheogenic drink, was consumed daily by Samoan men and women in a ritual where the "talking chief...serves the kava."[1]


Connection supplements vary in intensity of connection and duration of effect.

Regarding intensity and duration, LSD has high intensity and long duration, while cannabis has lower intensity and lower duration. Note that there is a considerable difference in duration between cannabis that is inhaled and cannabis that is ingested. When inhaled, duration is typically 90 minutes. When ingested, duration is approximately six hours.

In general, guidance from experienced and authentic new energy guides is recommended, especially when attempting connection with more intense substances.

To achieve successful, grounded, aligned, non-paranoid, fear-less connection, it is important to establish Aligned Thought, Aligned Environment, and Aligned Action. Lightning Path materials, and in particular the Triumph of Spirit Archetype System, are designed to help facilitate alignment. To get started on the Lightning Path, visit

Set and Setting, another way of looking at Aligned Thought and Aligned Environment, is important. Connection supplements do not invariably lead to Connection Experiences As Huston notes, "given the right set and settting, the drugs can induce religious experiences that are indistinguishable from such experiences that occurs spontaneously.[2]

Neurology is not well understood at this time, but it appears that connection is facilitated via suppression of the Default Mode Network (Sosteric, SOA) and activation of unused neural pathways.

In regards to cannabis, the cannabinoid receptors (CB1) are located throughout the body, in the brain, liver, lungs fat cells, uterus, and sperm!. When either endogenous or exogenous cannabinoids are present, these bind to the receptors and trigger a "cornucopia" of chemical signals. See also this. Cannabis is thus likely involved in more than just the facilitation of connection.

Further Reading

Stockton (2017). Scientists map the receptor that makes weed work. Wired. [1]

Wikipedia. Cannabinoid Receptor. [2]

Sosteric, Mike (2018). Safe use of connection supplements. Lightning Path [3]

Sharp, Michael (BOOK1). Lightning Path Workbook One: Introduction to Authentic Spirituality. Lightning Path Press. [4]

Sosteric, Mike and Ratkovic, Gina (2019,BOOK2). Lightning Path Workbook Two: Healing. Lightning Path Press. [5]

Sharp, Michael (BOOK3). Lightning Path Workbook Three: Connection. Lightning Path Press. [6]

Sharp, Michael (BOOK4). Lightning Path Workbook Four: Archetypal Study. [7]


  1. Mead, Margaret. The Coming of Age in Samoa: A Psychological Study of Primitive Youth for Western Civilization. Kindle. New York: William Morrow, 2016.
  2. Huston, Smith. Cleansing the Doors of Perception. Boulder, CO: Sentient Publications, 2000. p. 20.
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