He was the Beatle who allegedly had less appetite for mind-expanding drugs – but Paul McCartney has now revealed how taking a substance during the heyday of the band made him see "God." 19659002] The 76-year-old, who spoke openly about his spiritual beliefs, said in an interview that he believes that something "higher" is related to the experience of taking dimethyltryptamine (DMT) in the company of others.
were immediately nailed to the sofa. And I saw God, this amazing towering thing, and I was humbled, "McCartney said in an interview with The Sunday Times, reminding him to take the substance with others, including art dealer and gallery owner Robert Fraser.
And what I say is, that moment did not change my life, but it was a hint.
McCartney added, "It was huge. A massive wall that I could not see, and I was downstairs. And everyone else would say it's just the drug, the hallucination, but Robert and I were like, "Did you see that? We felt we had seen something higher."
Let 's turn to the singer ̵
"He wants to move his music forward, as a rapper I thought he had words, but there was a piano, so I showed him simple things – how to get middle C, make a chord, a triad and, by doing that moving, D minor, E minor, F, G, A minor, and how that is for anyone. "
McCartney mourned the general state of the world, saying what he said was a situation in which" violence and Arrogance are back "
It's as if fashion goes in cycles, as flares come back. We were heading towards meaning, but we are now in the next swing swing. That happens in life.
McCartney was nevertheless optimistic about the future, but remembered Great Britain in the 1970s: "Graveyards were rotted. We felt on the way to Armageddon, but it got clean. "