Ram Dass was known for his initiative called the Harvard Psilocybin Project, which sought to explore the positive benefits of psychedelic mushrooms.
Perhaps the most famous and frequently-quoted psychonaut is Terence McKenna, a theorist and lecturer who passed away in the year 2000. The disease that took his life was brain cancer
Terence died on April 3rd, which is written internationally as 3/4
CNN called Ram Dass a psychedelic pioneer, fitting for his death at age 88
Terence McKenna died from brain cancer
In 1997, Ram Dass suffered a stroke that slowly deteriorated his health and led to his own death.
88 minutes is 1:28
Ram Dass’s death fell 1028 weeks after that of McKenna‘s:
McKenna died at age 53. Ram Dass died a span of exactly 5 months, 3 weeks after the 2019 total solar eclipse on a date with Standard numerology of 53
Terence McKenna has Jewish gematria of 367
367 is the 73rd Prime number
On the date Ram Dass died, Terence McKenna would have been a span of 73 years, 37 days old:
37 and 73 are the 12th and 21st Prime numbers. Ram Dass’s last full day alive was 12/21.
The date he died, December 22nd, had 73 and 46 numerology:
Ram Dass’s birthday was 4/6
McKenna was born in the year ’46
Ram Dass was born in 1931 and became a spiritual teacher focused on psilocybin
Dass’s most famous publication was the 1971 book called Be Here Now. Intriguingly, this work has the same gematria as Terence McKenna’s full name:
Ram Dass died a span of exactly 122 weeks after the 2017 Great American eclipse:
In 2004, sfgate.com, a news publication out of San Francisco, wrote this article about Ram Dass and how he was coping with his stroke.
San Francisco is on the 122nd meridian.
Ram Dass eventually passed away on December 22nd, the date 12/22