Citation: Anonymous. "Music Was Broken: An Experience with DiPT (exp14610)". Erowid.org. May 12, 2002. erowid.org/exp/14610
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Without any exaggeration at all...this was BY FAR the best drug experience of my life. It could blow away a 1 mg acid trip. It seems after you hit a certain dosage level, the DiPT trip is *completely* different than what is usually reported, and I have tried almost every research chem and illegal drug I can think of. Oddly enough, I found that the visuals were 10x as good as 2C-T-7, acid, shrooms, AMT, and any high-dose combination of drugs I have tried. The only thing I havn't tried that could possibly be better (visually) is DMT.
My hearing was broken down to a point where I *could not* recognize music, and I could not understand anyone talking making it impossible to participate in conversation (the only annoying part). It was like walking around in a movie. My girlfriend played some mozart and I could not recognize it as classical music! The music was broken down into 'moments' - there was no flow. I could hear people talking only if I concentrated extremely hard and made them repeat themselves a couple times.
No one ever talks about the visual aspect of DiPT and before this 200mg trip, I thought they were 'decent', if that. The visuals were very comparable to DPT except 2x as good. There were lots of 'feelings' that reminded me of acid - like the profoundness, rapid thoughts yet blanked out state of mind.
After tripping inside for several hours, I stepped outside and looked at the sky in awe for 5 minutes...the clouds were turning into balls of fire that resembled meteors and they started falling from the sky. It was the end of a most incredible night.
Most of my previous trips on DiPT have lasted around 6 hours. This trip lasted 12 hours.
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