The Reality of Truth is an unreleased documentary that gets into how humans find spirituality through prayer, meditation, natural hallucinogenic, etc… I watched the trailer (which is after the cut), and for some reason, they don’t include how many of us (read: just me) find the holy light of God by getting drunk on sweet tea vodka while watching back-to-back Golden Girls episodes for 3 hours. That must be in the documentary’s sequel. The ultra dramatic trailer is mostly about how the documentary’s co-director Mike “Zappy” Zapolin (aka the Internet Warrior) and Michelle Rodriguez traveled the world to find and try a “hidden technology in nature” that the government doesn’t want you to know about. They basically go to Peru to do Ayahuasca, a spiritual drink made from the ayahuasca vine, which apparently makes you do the Macarena with all the gods on a rainbow that’s trickling out of a giant unicorn’s piss slit. It also makes some people vomit through their eyes and cry tears through their mouths.
TMZ posted a clip from the documentary where Michelle Rodriguez (whose crazy switch is naturally set to MAX) admits that the summer after Paul Walker’s death, she went even more crazy and numbed her mind with anything that would get her to stop thinking about life and death. Michi isn’t lying, because that was the summer she was with Zac Efron. So that was the summer she really did do EVERYTHING including maybe-tapping Zac Efron’s butt flower with a strap-on.
Michi also says that after her first Ayahuasca ceremony in Peru, she was filled with the sads over her friend’s death. She wasn’t sad because he’s no longer here. She was sad because he got to check into the afterworld first:
“I’ll have to say, you know, when I lost Paul, I was like, I went through about a year of just being like an animal. Like what could I do physically to just get my mind off of existentialism. Get my mind off of how transient life is and how we just come here and can disappear at any moment. How can I get my mind off that? So I just went frah, summer, crazy, nuts, bazerko! Like I did everything I could possibly do to hide from myself. And I’ll tell you, that my Ayahuasca trip made me sad that he left me here. It wasn’t a sadness that he’s gone. It was more like a jealousy that he’s there first.”
I’m taking that to mean that Michi thinks her ayahuasca trip is what the afterworld must be like. So I’m guessing that during her ayahuasca trip, Michi was trapped in a place where Golden Girls re-runs played on every surface and sweet tea vodka fell from the sky.