@Marcus: You are implying it.
Without the experience of smoking marijuana, all your experiences and learning lay outside the realm of analysis, in a manner no different from when Christians say they are self-transcendent and enlightened because they've felt Jesus in their lives. As I've stated previously in this thread, there has never been any evidence suggesting marijuana enhances learning, creativity, thought etc, only evidence suggesting that it inhibits memory formation, has minimal/negative effects on creativity and prevents coherent thought.
Yes I understand Christianity is a part of faith, hence why it's not quantifiable. Cognitive processes on the other hand are, both qualitatively and quantitatively testable, yet marcus is seeking a status of faith for both of those.