Citation: dave. "Skulls Bass and a World of Light: An Experience with LSD & MDMA (exp94489)". Erowid.org. Oct 31, 2019. erowid.org/exp/94489
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This was my first experience with lsd, and I gotta say, it was certainly an interesting experience. It was a couple nights before halloween, and I was attending my first rave. When we drove in they were just starting out the music, with guests still attending. While getting prepared for the night with all my necessities (bong, water, wallet ect.) my friend T comes up to me and says he would like someone to try acid with him. Being ever curious about hallucinagens, I agreed.
I placed the tab on my tongue and sucked on it for a good 20 minutes before swallowing it. After about 20 minutes, I overheared that same friend talking about finding someone with good e. Since it was my first rave, I wanted it to be memorable, so I offered to pitch with them. We walked off with the dealer to head back to his car. He was with several other friends, and they were all very high on their own product, so were difficult to deal with, let alone keep them going in a constant straight line. Finally after about 20 minutes of trudging down the road with them we arrived at his car and paid for our product.
On the return journey, I thought I felt a little different, but I wasn't sure what to expect to I wasn't sure if it was hitting me yet or not. Our only visibility was our phones, we could see very little, all of a sudden, we weren't on the road, and were very disoriented. I couldn't understand how I could've traveled off the path, I was so sure of my way. After a couple minutes we found the path and continued on our way. We got lost a couple more times, but eventually found our way back to the main area. By this point it had been about an hour, and the acid was definitely affecting me. The world had taken on a slightly more defined and sharp appearance, the black seeming less profound, light and color having an unusual hue.
I popped back my caps and went to smoke weed. While I was smoking, I could feel my lungs expanding seemingly more easily and much larger than usual, and when I exhaled the smoke, it swirled around in a dancing pattern, coiling before my eyes in the air as it rose out of sight. I entertained the thought that if the smoke had a concious mind, it would be a very joyful entity. I went and conversed with several of my friends and checked out the music at all 3 stages, listening closely to the bass and the rhythm, finding subtle patterns in the way the music swirled, invisible around me. Finally the e hit me, and hit me hard.
Very suddenly my body got warm and fuzzy feeling, my sense of touch increased tenfold, I leaned against a car and let out a long sigh of contentment, feeling the air rush out of me, it felt incredible. I felt alive and vibrant. I walked to the far stage and started to dance. Liquid dancing (a dance of fluidity, mainly using your hands) is very popular here in B.C, and I was no exception. My hands and body flowed like never before, I could feel all the muscles contracting and releasing, but they were no longer made of flesh and tissue, or at least I could feel every bit of the water in my body, and it made everything easier. I danced for hours and hours, I felt amazing, untamed, details became even more defined, I could see the sweat beading other people, their emotions flowing out from them. The entire world around me was a sea of light from the colored lights above the stage, bathing everyone in vibrant green and blue and red. I conversed with few, preferring to dwell in the serenity of my perfect mind. I could think more clearly then ever before. My personal regrets and pain clawed at me, but they could do no more harm to me than a flea would.
I conversed with few, preferring to dwell in the serenity of my perfect mind. I could think more clearly then ever before. My personal regrets and pain clawed at me, but they could do no more harm to me than a flea would.
After a long while I finally got tired, and my mind snapped out of the trance the music had left me with. I walked away from the stage and returned to my ride's car. I spent much of the remainder of the night contemplating my life and conversing with a select few friends. I wanted to know so much, I wanted to learn so much more about everything. I asked them a lot of questions about their own life, immersing myself in the lives of the people I knew to be my friends.
Several hours later, I started to come down, my soul and mind becoming more and more aware of my normal, physical being. At around 6 am we left back home, getting a couple laughs at cars in the ditch. Overall, it was a highly enjoyable experience, in which I learned a lot about myself. I've tried several drugs, and lsd is by far my favourite
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