Citation: Ellesmera. "Slingshot Void Squad: An Experience with Diphenidine, 4-HO-MET & Cannabis (exp105716)". Erowid.org. Nov 5, 2015. erowid.org/exp/105716
I've done both aforementioned chems numerous times, but have only mixed them as of last week and the results were out of this world. On its own, diphenidine is very special in the sense that it knows how to humble, and simultaneously disassociate while keeping communication sincere and limitless. (I believe you can hole pretty bad on it, I've found myself walking up and down my staircase for an hour) but generally it breaks the cycle of repetition seen in K or PCP. 4-HO-MET met is probably the most easygoing psychedelic I've ever taken, and my friends call it a Monday night drug. I've done Met at least 30 times and it's always a pleasant wingman on adventurous nights or outings.
The setting is in Laguna Beach, CA, during the mild winter. I frequent a particular hotel that overlooks the sea, and it's second to none in that area, and off season is quite inexpensive. I should add I started the evening off by drinking about a full flask of 100 proof run. As far as mindset, I'm happy as hell to get out of town and away from work/the roommates I just kicked out over a heroin problem with two other close friends who have never done it (it's sorta a double date kind of thing).
Around 6:00 I weigh out four capsules of diphenidine for A B C and D at 100-125mg each and one capsule of 4-HO-MET for myself. We eat at a sushi place, come back, and dose around 7:30 when the sun is going down.
7:30 take capsules and listen to the ocean through window, casually talking and playing music.
8:15 I begin to feel my stomach rolling in anticipation and buzz lightly. The rest are on the fence over the feeling still. Old school Nickelodeon comes on and we all watch it excitedly.
8:30 The 4-HO-MET sparks off and I'm feeling weirdddddd, goooood. The cartoons are going at like 180percent speed and I'm totally confused by the premise, laughing my ass off. The rest are noticeably feeling the diphenidine, and begin to marvel at it. They suggest I roll a blunt, so I do and we smoke it out the window, the ocean crashing behind the smoke.
8:45 the weed shakes hands with the diphenidine for me and catalyzes it heavily, bringing me to a speedy tunnel visioned slingshot propelled focus of hallucinogenic disassociation. If you've ever played fallout three, diphenidine feels like the SOUND when you do Jet. Walls are pulsing and waving like water in a tub, colors are deep and bold. I ask if we can walk on the water.
9:00 we walk out and all giggle our way through the lobby, down the street, and sit on the beach and I give them a little lesson in the RC scene, neurotoxicity, and concept of Bitcoin. They're fascinated at never knowing anything about this and are having really sentimental experiences with themselves, calling it the first illuminating experience that drugs have ever given them. I'm flattered and ecstatic, and we watch little birds lunge across the shoreline, behaving erratically, and it looks awesome. The water looks like a mosaic under the moon, it's beautiful. We finish the blunt and probably stayed for an hour, just lost in thought. In retrospect it felt like a dream, face to face with something incomprehensibly large and beautiful, experiencing the void that is necessary to better help us in daily mundane and physically manifested life/experiences. It nurtures a balance. It is also worth noting that in all my diphenidine experiences I am reminded of death consistently, and it helps me acknowledge its inevitable arrival. It is my worst fear because I cling to it with every aspect of my ego, and diphenidine is the first chem to address this fear loosely, but surely.
We return to the hotel under the premise that we'll surely go back out in another hour, but as we talk and talk that kind of falls through and we just all lie in bed together for a few hours before our heads all clear up. Sleeping was easy, and the next day was smooth and uninhibited by any hangover feelings. I can not wait to do this again in the future.
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