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the machine elves and entities people see/come into contact with on psychedelics and other hallucinogens aren't literally machine elves or hyperspace aliens or whatever, they're just a mental projection of a greater phenomenon/process that the mind is perceeiving, but is more than likely only vaguely aware of and isn't capable of comprehending perceptually or experiencing the true nature of in any appreciable capacity.
In all honestly, all perceptions are just mental projections of some greater overarching phemomena that we aren't capable of comprehending the true nature of. Our external reality doesn't at all resemble our mental model and experience of it... our experiences are fundamentally and hopelessly flawed, imperfect, and incomplete. Our internal reality is composed of a system of pieced together fragments of sensory information and loosely strung together, vaguely temporally linked perceptual experiences and associations we manage to barely store and recollect with any degree of objectively verifiable accuracy.
If the machine elves and DMT entities even actually are entities possessing a degree of consciousness and are self-aware, their nature is like;y so complex relative to human existence that the nature of their existence is entirely beyond human comprehension in a manner similar to most Gnostic conceptions of god (for reference, look up the Kabbalah, Ein Sof, and Ohr Ein Sof... that should be a good enough example of what I'm talking about). Given that, any attempts to identify them as machine elves or otherwise as "DMT Entities", or indeed identify them in any way at all that attempts to assign them definite characteristics or to the way they function are totally asinine.
All that said, anwy messages or lessons you might be taught or learn from these "entities" are more than likely a futile and utterly inaccurate attempt of the mind to derive meaning from an experience that is beyond the limits of comprehension and, therefore, no real meaning could ever come from. Any perceptioons of meaning gathered from these experiences are inherently false, at least in the sense that any truth regarding the fundamental nature of reality, existence, or the universe itself is entirely a mental fabrication. The only truth it is capable of teaching is that the experience the trip gives you is entirely a mental phenomenon and as such you are and could never be any closer to actually knowing anything about our external existence and reality than you were before the trip--which is to say you never knew anything and will never be able to. That's not to say the trip can't teach us things about oruselves and our lives, but if you honestly belive you've been given a glimpse under the veil and thought you saw anything other than nothing at all, you're flat out delusional.
Any of this hyperspace, Akashic Record (at least in the sense that a detailed and accessible reord of anything, everything, and all knowledge of the entirely of the unvierse), woo woo mystical New Age bullshit is all a fuckin fantasty. if you possess consciousness and self-awareness of any kind, you are not capable of experiencing the unified whole of existence--the true nature of existence that is beyond states, temporality, or finite division of any kind. the possibility and capability of knowing. understanding, and experiencing things by definition limits you to a temporal, finite, and imperfect ephemeral existence. you can only ever exist as a transient flow from one state to the next.