catalog

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One thing I forgot to mention about recent trip is the dog. We think he may have got some contact high from bring next to us cos he was staring into space and then barked a little. When I was looking into his fur it was all eyes looking back at me.
 

Corpsey

bandz ahoy

This is worth a watch. Some of the breakthroughs people have look a bit horrifying - but the after effect seems to be a (sadly often quite temporary) rebirth, revitalisation, a psychic burden lifted.

Really makes me think I've only dipped my pinky toe into psychedelic experiences. And this method of therapy, at least, seems to depend upon confronting things you don't wish to. (It's not sitting in a field thinking the world is miraculous.)
 

luka

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Imagine my wheezing whiskered face cackling wiping the beer foam from my beard with the back of a sleeve
 

luka

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@Corpsey

People with MDD (depression)​

£1,300​

People with MDD (sometimes called ‘Depression’) needed for the study of a man-made form of psilocybin to treat the condition. You must be 18 to 55 years old, have a BMI between 18.5 and 30, and be in general good health. Vegetarians are allowed to take part in this study. The trial involves 1 screening, 1 night’s residence on our wards, 1 outpatient visit, and 5 other visit that could be done on the ward, telephone, or video calls. Study ongoing
 

version

Warehouse Operative
Andrew Garfield's on about doing ayahuasca in a new GQ interview and some of the quotes and photos are hilarious.

"But I have to say, the moment after I vomited, and found my cheek against the toilet seat, this cold porcelain [laughs] – when I realised I remembered what that was against my face, I think I started sobbing. Thank God for the ego."

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Corpsey

bandz ahoy
Andrew Garfield's on about doing ayahuasca in a new GQ interview and some of the quotes and photos are hilarious.

"But I have to say, the moment after I vomited, and found my cheek against the toilet seat, this cold porcelain [laughs] – when I realised I remembered what that was against my face, I think I started sobbing. Thank God for the ego."
I had this feeling after an unanticipatedly powerful ketamine trip. Remembering what the floor was.
 

WashYourHands

Cat Malogen
Cunts, I have!

It wasn’t a lot of fun. Bafflement maybe. Could not work out why all I could understand was that time and consciousness became a unified 2D field

Various 4 sided, odd-shaped, rectangular blocks with white outlines (everything else was black) assembled vertically like tiles. Not bright white, more white on chalkboard as if you were looking at the outline of a stacked map of US states. Complete lights off as the shapes faded out and nothing to recall after that other than slowly moving to a 1D spacetime before coming round an hour or so later

Surreal compound, not a drug i gleamed a lot from (apart from being in 2 places at the same time, which was nice)
 

Clinamenic

θερμοδυναμικός καπιταλιστής
Cunts, I have!

It wasn’t a lot of fun. Bafflement maybe. Could not work out why all I could understand was that time and consciousness became a unified 2D field

Various 4 sided, odd-shaped, rectangular blocks with white outlines (everything else was black) assembled vertically like tiles. Not bright white, more white on chalkboard as if you were looking at the outline of a stacked map of US states. Complete lights off as the shapes faded out and nothing to recall after that other than slowly moving to a 1D spacetime before coming round an hour or so later

Surreal compound, not a drug i gleamed a lot from (apart from being in 2 places at the same time, which was nice)
There may be something to be said for how we experience time as a unidirectional dimension
 

WashYourHands

Cat Malogen
No drug has affected time in such a way (as described)

irregular psychedelic use has been standard for a while yet learning occurs, can’t ever describe k in terms resembling
 

william_kent

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apart from being in 2 places at the same time, which was nice

a friend of my brother had, what he described as, a nightmare ketamine experience: Saturday afternoon, standing frozen outside the train station in a busy town centre looking at himself on the other side of the the road and wondering "which one is me?"
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
a friend of my brother had, what he described as, a nightmare ketamine experience: Saturday afternoon, standing frozen outside the train station in a busy town centre looking at himself on the other side of the the road and wondering "which one is me?"
Ketamine and busy roads sound like a combination best avoided.
 

william_kent

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once upon a time I helped a friend mock up some headed notepaper of an "institution" so he could order several boxes of ampoules of "ketalar" for "scientific research" purposes

in return for the favour he crystallised a gram which, with brilliant timing, he posted through my letterbox while I was out in town with my parents who were visiting for the day - luckily when I opened my front door I could employ the "cover with foot" method and pocket the wrap while untying my trainers and I don't think they noticed

later I snorted the powder and everything went black except for a white dot that faded just like turning off an old vacuum tube TV set, later I came to and thought "you know what'll be 'psychedelic'? Fractals!", so I crawled on my hands and knees in the direction of my computer with the intention of running fractint and as soon as i hit the power button on the PC it blew up... a drug whose entities hate technology that much just isn't for me, never bothered with it since...
 
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