remains: G. Taylor & N. Lowe, "Phantoms in the Corridor: Portal Systems in the Digital Mind." Consciousness, Literature and the Arts. Vol. 3 No. 3. (December 2002).

Fred J. Hanna describes an experience he had with mescaline. In the fall of 1970, as he was beginning to "peak," under the influence of the drug, "this thought arose" 'I wonder what would happen if I left my body.' I instantly felt myself leave my body and 'float' out through the car and into the cool October night. It was a classic example of those dissociative experiences that commonly occur under the influence of this class of drugs. But what I observed was absolutely remarkable. In that one instant of seeming to leave the body I was no longer under the influence of the drug. The drive-in theater looked entirely normal to me. No more racing thoughts, buzzing sensations, or altered perceptions, and no more fantasizing about magical worlds. The quality of my awareness was as normal as it ever could have been. It was as if I had never taken the drug at all. Then, just as spontaneously, I reentered my body and was instantly deluged by all the altered, bizarre perceptions. the rushing thoughts, and the intensely varied colors that had been previously coursing through my awareness." F.J. Hanna, "Dissolving the Center." In, T. Hart, et al. eds., Transpersonal Knowing. Albany, NY., 2000. p.124.

becoming-human::"The becoming-animal of the human being is real, even if the animal the human being becomes is not...This is the point to clarify: that a becoming lacks a subject distinct from itself." G. Deleuze and F. Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus. London, 1988. pp 237-8.

Footprints: J.A. Hewkin, "Investigating Sasquatch Evidence in the Pacific Northwest." http://www.n2.net/prey/bigfoot/

of trees: "Tree spirits bring to mind times, places, and worldviews far from our daily lives. We're not in the habit of thinking of tree spirits as here, under our noses, or of ourselves as in their midst; instead we associate them with ghosts of a distant past, 'tribal' consciousness, or psychological 'projections.' " M. Perlman, The Power of Trees. Dallas, TX, 1994. p.81.