The invisible world is indeed difficult to prove its existence. However, from some written findings, several ethnic groups in South America were able to realize the presence of the spirits through the wine ceremony or ayahuasca dieta. Hallucinogens or substances that trigger hallucinations, which are widely abused by some teenagers in big cities in modern times, have been known to traditional society in the past. These substances are often found in plants, such as amethyst, peyote cactus containing mescaline, mushrooms containing psilocybin, DMT (dimethyltryptamine, a synthetic substance), hallucinogenic synthetic STP whose effects are like LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), and amphetamines.
Is the Amazon rainforest and the Orinoco valley, located in Colombia and Ecuador, where grows a type of vine that botanists call Banisteriopsis caapi. When the stems are boiled or soaked in water and then mixed with other natural ingredients, the result is a hallucinogenic substance which they call Yaje (read: ya-hei) or Ayahuasca – Wine for the Soul. Many members of modern society fall into using hallucinogenic substances as a “magic gate” to escape the harsh realities of life. With a way of using it that tends to be wrong, what we get is a “journey” that is unpredictable, unpleasant, and even leads to death.
It is different from isolated communities in the Amazon. In their tradition, a basic belief has been formed that considers the Yaje drinking ceremony sacred. Amaru or female shamans, pots where blessing ashes and energies in the galaxy are part of existence. Behind consuming Yaje, they usually handle one or more signs varying from dizziness, sweating, trembling, convulsions, sickness, extended vomiting, excruciating diarrhea, exuding of mucus from the nose, panic, or anxiety, and the urge to act aggressively. But after? Incredibly, the user will feel transported to an amazing virtual world without borders, as vivid as the scene in real life.