Citation: Equivocal Reality. "To See The World Slanted: An Experience with 3-MeO-PCP (exp110226)". Erowid.org. Apr 15, 2017. erowid.org/exp/110226
It was a warm and humid night in the summer of 2015. I took a bus ride to a friend's apartment on the east side of town. I had another motive for going to N's house, I wanted to see if he had something I needed. I needed an orange strip of paper, something containing buprenorphine.
I get off the bus, walk a few blocks to N's house. I knock on N's door, I know he's there because I can hear sounds inside. I knock a least two dozen times, no answer. Finally after about 10-15 minutes pass, N answers the door. N has this look on his face of being shocked and mortified. I ask him 'Are you ok?' I get no response and then finally he points to a bottle of a clear liquid with his handwritten letters '3-MeO-PCP' (N had told me that he had ordered the stuff off the internet and that he'd dissolved the powder in a bottle or vial with sterile water).
I ask N if I can try some, and as soon as I ask the question he quickly grasps the bottle tightly. After about 5-10 minutes after repeatedly asking if I can have some of the 3-MeO-PCP, N then puts the bottle down back on the table. There are a bunch of IM shots scattered about the table and from what N had told me before this experience, he feels the effects nearly instantly if he takes an IM shot of the 3-MeO-PCP. I quickly snatch an IM shot and the bottle of 3-MeO-PCP from Ns hand. I put the needle in the bottle and suck up an unknown amount of the drug. I put the IM shot into the muscle of my arm. Within about 3 seconds I have a drastic change of consciousness.
t + 0:01 A feeling of euphoria and panic happen at the same. My vision is a bit off and everything in my visual field looks slanted sort like things are on a 90 degree angle. I tell N that I need to go. I didn't know how it was possible that I could perform complex tasks in this state of mind.
I didn't know how it was possible that I could perform complex tasks in this state of mind.
I start walking away down the street from N's second floor apartment.
t ~0. 10 I really had to take a piss so I walk to a garbage can in the alley and piss. By this time now I'm feeling the full effects of the 3-MeO and it seems like it's almost too much for me to handle. In a frantic phone call I call my good friend R. R picks up and I tell that him I'm tripping really hard on a research chemical. I ask him to help me out because I'd said something extremely bizarre like 'I can't find reality.' I don't remember the exact words but it was something along those lines. R tells me to come over to his friend's house and kick it and smoke some good herb.
t 0:15 This part of the story is hard to remember and comprehend. Somehow, I either take a very long walk or take a few buses on the other part of the east side.
t ~ 0:40 I arrive at R's friend's apartment and I was told that I was acting 'unusual'. I remember saying something like 'I can jump into this wall and become part of it.' I then start jumping and banging into the wall and I think I was told to chill out or something like that. Rs friend S proceeds to pack a bowl of some dank green. The glass pipe is passed around the room and one of the times I take a hit I nearly drop the pipe.
t ~1:00 I'm still tripping really hard but after a few hits of R's friend's super good weed, I start to calm down a bit. I had mentally come around a bit and started to think a bit more clearly. The sense of my mind being detached my body was still there but I wasn't acting as goofy apparently.
t 2:00 R tells me that he's going to leave. I'm still messed up and and in no condition to go anywhere. So R leaves me at S's place to spend the night and eventually sleep the trip off. From this point on I don't remember very clearly what then transpired.
In hindsight this experience was difficult but with the right setting I would do it again.
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