Illegal Drugs and different Realms Of Conciousness

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Postby Visionary Angel » Thu Jun 10, 2004 11:01 am

So why do they put strychnine in acid? Seems a bit odd to me, seeing as you only need a few µg of acid to go completely mental, and LSD must be cheaper than strychnine, surely?
Have tried a few mind-benders myself and I can certainly say that my perception of the world is not the same now. Not always in a good way, either. Have got permanent auras around most things, (maybe I can pick up some kind of energy field :wink: ) but I can put that down to the electrical impulses in the synapses just going down the wrong path. Not wrong maybe, just not the one that was designed. My brain has been 'rewired' :o . The 'tracing' effect is also still apparant when I'm tired. I would not say that I am insane. not really. But visual perception has definitely been altered. Even after several years of abstention.

Drugs are good in moderation, but where do you draw that line? I would say that everyone should take one trip just to open their minds to that whole new world that exists in our psyche, but then what one sees is so wonderful it's hard not to want to go back. Again and again, until the acid world becomes the real world as far as the individual is concerned.

I also think that people should educate themselves about the effect of drugs before they think about taking them. not just the sparkly effects, but the long-term health problems that can arise due to over-usage, and not really knowing what's in them anyway. Pills sold these days have god-knows-what in them, certainly unlikely to be MDMA, and probably something far worse for your heart and liver. I've heard that some people take handfuls at a time. Every weekend. How clever is that?
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