Monday, August 30, 2010
After about 10 minutes of them bugging out and trying to communicate but speaking some new language unfamiliar to me, they were back to normal. After hearing about what they experienced, I quickly went online and ordered 60x.
One week later it arrived, and though we were saving it for the next day, I decided to take "one tiny hit"...
After inhaling it and holding it in my lungs for about 5 seconds, my vision became blurry, and after a short laugh, I fell off my chair and landed on my side. The entire trip for me was on my side. I forgot that I was tripping, and I thought my body became immobilized. As the world around me changed into some weird toy story meets country type shit, I felt as if I was part of a zipper. I was one of the prongs, and the rest of the zipper wanted to close, but I wouldn't. My brother was in the room with me, and he just kept shouting "you need to let go", but in my trip, it was the other zipper prongs telling me to accept my fate and to close.
I was a renegade... It was a scary trip, and I look very forward to my next trip on salvia.
So I was on youtube and I ran into this old-school video about drugs and pollution and whatnot.
I thought it was hilarous and I'd like to share it with you all.
Note the beautiful actors and well thought out reaction shots. Also note the token black student's voice, and the teachers Mexican accent when she says' Marijuana.
Sunday, August 29, 2010
My new blog, and my first entry...
Now, what should it be about.... I know!
LSD can make you trip balls or whatever, but whenever you do it, dont forget about the psychoemotional effects.
This next part is an excerpt from Wiki (which is also an excerpt, but I checked out the citations and their good.)
"LSD's psychological effects (colloquially called a "trip") vary greatly from person to person, depending on factors such as previous experiences, state of mind and environment, as well as dose strength. They also vary from one trip to another, and even as time passes during a single trip. An LSD trip can have long-term psychoemotional effects; some users cite the LSD experience as causing significant changes in their personality and life perspective. Widely different effects emerge based on what Timothy Leary called set and setting; the "set" being the general mindset of the user, and the "setting" being the physical and social environment in which the drug's effects are experienced. Diablo Valley College Professor Dr. Ken Kesey once told a group of students that LSD changed his life forever after dropping (consuming) acid for the first time, he realized that the intense psychological impact to his brain led the inspiration for his novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."