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Christmas Supersaver
MDMA, LSD, DMT & Cannabis
by Ozzy
Citation:   Ozzy. "Christmas Supersaver: An Experience with MDMA, LSD, DMT & Cannabis (exp87744)". Dec 25, 2021.

  repeated smoked Cannabis  
    insufflated MDMA (powder / crystals)
  5 hits oral LSD (liquid)
    smoked DMT  
    smoked Tobacco - Cigarettes  
    repeated insufflated MDMA  
    oral LSD (liquid)


Ozzy's Psychedelic Christmas

For a number of years, I have had an on-off love affair with psychedelics of all kinds. Most of my experiences have been extremely enjoyable and have given me an overall better outlook on life in general; but there have been several bad experiences to remind me to take a break once in a while and let my mind cool off. This particular experience was easily one of most ridiculous states of intoxication I have ever found myself in.

It was Christmas Day 2009. I had spent most of the day at a family member's house with my loved ones, nothing too spectacular but enjoyable nonetheless. At around 5 pm, my cousin 'K' asked me if I wanted to leave the house to go smoke some tasty blueberry buds; needless to say, I couldn't turn down the offer. We proceeded to say our goodbyes to the family and made our way down to the nearest gas to pick up a wrap. On the way there, I got a call from a local connection and friend of mine 'A', asking if I wanted to buy 5 liquid hits of LSD for 30 dollars; his 'Christmas Supersaver'. I decided to take him up on his offer; as I had no other plans on that particular day. K and I headed over to meet him at my friend 'H's house. We smoked upon arrival.

At this point, more people began showing up to the house; this is the point at which things began to pick up. Another friend of mine handed me a capsule of pure MDMA and wished me a merry Christmas. I thanked him several times before emptying the white powder onto a table and sucking it into my nose, after which I was feeling fairly good. At this point, several other people in the house began their quest for inebriation; a cue for me to pop the 5 hits, which were neatly placed upon multicolored Sweet Tarts. I proceeded to walk into H's room where I saw his hash/DMT pipe sitting on his dresser; the inside completely caked with resin. I asked H if I could try my luck with it; he told me to go for it. I proceeded to heat the bowl gently with a flame and watched as gray vapors began to fill the inside. I took the first hit, which had the faint flavor of burning rubber and made my tongue numb; I didn't feel much. I then took a second hit and suddenly felt a strong head change, prompting me to take several more, light and colors intensified. Before I knew it, surfaces were warping, the walls were breathing, and I felt absolutely fantastic.

Had I not taken anything else, this would have ended after a few minutes, but it began to get more and more intense; my trip had been kickstarted. It was at this point when most of the people in the house began leaving, until it was me and 4 other people: H, N, A, and C. They all began to partake in various psychedelics in large quantities while my reality began to shift into another dimension entirely. Everything began to look as if it was covered in watercolor paint, the carpet looked as if it was infested with mice that were scurrying around in circles furiously, a plate covered in ashes was swarming with hundreds of tiny ants, and it was extremely difficult to hold a conversation that made any sense. At this point, we began smoking what would eventually turn into a ridiculous amount of marijuana, hash, and honey oil; all the while my friends continued to consume the remainder of the MDMA, somewhere in the neighborhood of 2.5 grams, between 3 people. Casual conversations now consisted me trying to decipher nearly inaudible mumblings from whoever I decided to talk to.

Suddenly, almost within an instant, I completely lost track of my thoughts and most of my memories prior to this night. Words lost meaning, no object I perceived had a name to speak of; everything simply 'was'. This normally would have bothered me, but then I took another look at the world around me and remembered that I was anything but sober. C asked me if I wanted to have a cigarette out back with him, I told him something drawn out along the lines of 'yes' and proceeded outside. The conversation that followed consisted of me mentioning how cold it was outside and him agreeing with me several times until we finished our cigarettes and proceeding back inside.

Upon reentering the house, I saw everyone was sitting in the living room watching a movie. At this point, A sat down next to me and offered me a proposition; for 10 dollars he would give me the remainder of his liquid, the wash from the empty vial, and another wash from an empty vial in his car. Not being one to pass up a bargain like that, I agreed. He proceeded to empty the contents of the vials, along with the washes, onto my tongue and I was shot into an entirely more ridiculous plane of existence within 20 minutes.

At this point, my thoughts began to become more and more confused. Anything I thought about would bring me to the same conclusion, that there was absolutely no point to anything and the overall law of existence was complete and utter chaos
Anything I thought about would bring me to the same conclusion, that there was absolutely no point to anything and the overall law of existence was complete and utter chaos
, that time is a comical loop that repeats itself over and over due to the inability of most people to learn from the mistakes of their predecessors, and that I should enjoy reality and perception while I can and live my life in the way that best suits me. The confusion stemmed from the fact that every single thought that popped into my head would lead me to this conclusion; it was a nihilistic view of the universe that I was not prepared at the time to accept. Surfaces didnít just warp, they imploded into an infinitely dense point of space and expanded back into their normal size. Tiny insects swarmed around my head and made high pitched buzzing sounds, I proceeded to swipe at them until I realized that they didnít exist from the strange looks everyone began giving me. Despite all this, I was infused with pure euphoria, everything became so ridiculous to me that I couldnít stop smiling and laughing at just about everything I was witnessing at the time; I had completely lost my mind and I was enjoying the hell out of it.

After a few hours of sitting and watching movies, everyone migrated back into Hís room. I was in such a state that I lost track of time completely and passed out. I came to several hours later not tripping quite as hard, but feeling like every neuron in my brain had been fried out. The 5 of us decided to drive down to the local Starbucks to grab a coffee and discuss what we could remember of the night before, which is to say not a whole lot. After enjoying coffee and cigarettes, A and C drove me back to my house. I immediately walked into my room and collapsed in my bed, thoroughly exhausted from what I had just experienced. I slept well into the next day.

In retrospect, this was probably one of my most enjoyable psychedelic journeys. Though not much travel had been done outside the walls of that house, the state I experienced was unlike any other and changed my perception of the world around me for the better; but I would only recommend a dosage of the magnitude I consumed to experienced psychonauts, I was barely able to keep my head together through the entire thing and only managed to do so because I was in a safe environment surrounded by very close friends. Goodbye and a very Merry Christmas to all.

Exp Year: 2009ExpID: 87744
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: 18 
Published: Dec 25, 2021Views: 380
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