Drifting away with fractals

27 Jan


I know, we have all seen fractal videos. Hell I think i saw over a thousand videos of fractals of many types, but they are all missing something. Yes the psychedelic experience includes a lot of fractals, but in these videos for some reason the fractals don’t evolve the way they do in the real experience. Fractals cahnge and twist with thought, they have the rythm of thought and are affected by them. When you stare into the fractalic world you stare into your soul, obviously most of the fractal videos miss that. This video on the other hand is the most beautiful fractalic video I’ve seen. I watched it many times and it always sends me on a roller coaster of thoughts. The way the landscape changes on it is the closest I’ve seen to what is experienced during the psychedelic experience.
hope you enjoy it as much as i did.

BTW is it only me who sees this or do other people recognize fields of peyote in some parts of this video?

4 Responses to “Drifting away with fractals”

  1. babasamas February 3, 2011 at 5:54 pm #

    every shape is in nature, indeed 🙂
    this mandelbub is awesome btw bro !

  2. Lautaro Farrulla August 22, 2017 at 6:24 pm #

    Great Post !

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