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    Out of body?

    "Looking down, trapped by the ceiling, on the motionless bodies of myself and a friend."
    It was the first experience of this separation. The me looking down on the me. Is intrigued and worried that it is witness to the corpses on the floor.
    No dead bodies. No bad shit happened. We weren't dead. But floating around looking down on the scene?

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    lau kau overdose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    lau kau overdose?
    Mushrooms.

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    Last time I did acid I had an out of body experience ...... but maybe it doesn't count as I was also out of my mind at the time ??
    I was with some friends at Virginia Water and I dozed off under a shady tree. After a while , my consciousness kind of funneled out of the top of my head into a bubble that floated above my sleeping body. I remember looking down and thinking. " Oh look....thats me down there asleep . Freaky...... " . The shock of this realisation woke me up and ' I ' popped back into my body.
    Velly interesting ........... ?

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    Great stuff Bangyai. I always found acid trips a bit harsh compared to the various mushrooms, untill a couple of years back when i tried liquid acid for the first time.
    The ascendancy on acid was a bit abrupt. I enjoyed the much slower come up of mushies.

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    gold tops? or blue meanies..

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    Spirit guides...??

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Great stuff Bangyai. I always found acid trips a bit harsh compared to the various mushrooms, untill a couple of years back when i tried liquid acid for the first time.
    The ascendancy on acid was a bit abrupt. I enjoyed the much slower come up of mushies.
    Never tried mushrooms, mores the pity , as after the above experience I met my first steady girlfriend and became absorbed in aquiring carnal knowledge instead.
    I agree though that acid is a bit harsh. This was especially the case the first time I tried it at the age of 18. A friend and I picked up 4 tabs in a pub, knowing nothing whatsover of their effect. My ' knowledgable ' friend informed me that each tab was probably the equivelent of 3 pints of Lager. Sooooo ... we popped 1 first but after 20 minutes nothing had happened. We felt ripped off but popped the second one anyway thinking we might end up a bit pissed if we were lucky.
    Hmmmm ...... bad move. By the time we arrived in central London for a concert in Hyde Park we were grinning like two demented Cheshire cats. Funny at first but when my friend couldn't get back in the driving seat he kinda lost it and decided he wanted to kill me as it was ' all my fault '. So we split up to save my arse.
    That was a long day....... believe me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedwalk
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    Little blue microdots. Amazing punch for such a small tab.

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    Such narcotics didn't agree with me, I preferred a few doves followed by 12 hours of talking absolute shite and dancing like a twat.

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