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A voice hallucination
 

offline larn from PLANET E (United Kingdom) on 2020-01-07 00:06 [#02592683]
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I’ve heard a voice recently , while I had a panic attack
in my offi e , was on some cola and alchohol at the time .
It sounded like someone laughing in a weird kind of creepy
way . It’s the second time I’ve heard it . I wonder if
it’s a person out in the street , but I can’t see anyone



 

offline umbroman3 from United Kingdom on 2020-01-07 00:21 [#02592684]
Points: 4887 Status: Addict



I've had a voice in my head since 4 years ago. Pretty sure
high up Jews can be psychic. I picked on a Jew for years, a
high up in the conservative party and stopped his stupid
plans to make a new liberal party, everything's gone really
right wing because of me. I did it all through my laptop by
logging onto conservativehome website every morning and
posting comments under all the articles attacking a few
Jews. I didn't really know what I was doing. But I had loads
of MPs and journalists repeating my words in newspaper
articles. And I think God is pretty angry at me for being a
fucking arsehole to people in the past. My voice says I'm
gonna be tortured and its full family torture according to
Jewish law. I get weird shit happening like knives sticking
in my body when I go to sleep. It doesn't hurt yet, but it
feels like they're just getting started with me. If you look
at the supreme court of israel there are hints in the
architecture of what looks to be designed for human souls.
It''s actually super rare for people to go to hell, most
people will be revived in the afterlife, but my family will
be denied entry to a peaceful afterlife.

I see a psychiatrist and take medication and stuff. That
might work for you. Tell your doctor. They won't lock you
up, but you can quit your job and go on benefits and stuff.
zilty members mohamed and belb suffer from voices too.


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2020-01-07 00:25 [#02592685]
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cocaine psychosis is real mate. you need to stop it with the
sniff (easier said than done i know). if it carries on after
a while when yr drug-free (if possible) go to a&e and lay it
all out for them. a stay as an inpatient will do you good.
hoping for the best for you, i know it's gonna be an uphill
struggle but it'll be worth it. think of yr daughter


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2020-01-07 00:50 [#02592686]
Points: 15848 Status: Addict



so is amphetamine psychosis. the solution was always to go
get some sleep. years ago, i'd been up coding on adderall
for three days, and i thot i heard a radio. hey, i think i
know that song

i start tracking down the source, and i get close to my
computer, and, ~switch~ it's actually just my
computer fan, i was hallucinating music inside of the white
noise. i went to bed and all was fine

worse was the time i was going mental in a parking lot,
checking behind shipping crates because i thought someone
was laughing at me. again, i was fine after sleeping

so my first advice would be to get some proper sleep. it
will probably subside. but be mindful that it was cola and
lack of sleep that got you there, if you keep pushing to
that level i wager it will start to set in a bit more
permanently


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2020-01-07 01:10 [#02592687]
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i wonder about the correlation between idm, mb membership
and psychosis sometimes. it's like zilty is the middle of an
unhealthy venn diagram


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2020-01-07 01:24 [#02592688]
Points: 15848 Status: Addict | Followup to belb: #02592687



given that i didn't "get" autechre until i tried acid,
probably


 

offline larn from PLANET E (United Kingdom) on 2020-01-07 02:16 [#02592689]
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I can’t stop the cola thing , it’s been about 4 years ,
it’s causing a big problem cus after cola I need to
balance out of alcohol and then I feel ok and do more stuff
;()

I can go for about 2 weeks sober then relapse , I’ve been
reading Marc Lewis about addiction and how the brain becomes
good at addiction , similar to learning a skill. So I’ve
got good at keeping it a secret from my wife by lying etc
and running my business and still supporting the habit like
nothing is wrong . It’s a very strange reality I’ve
found myself in , if the universe is a simulation it’s a
nice curve ball it’s throwing at me , tough one


 

offline larn from PLANET E (United Kingdom) on 2020-01-07 02:28 [#02592690]
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The laughing voice I heard was so fucking weird man , I
swear it’s someone outside , but the laugh sort of starts
off quite loud and then fades out


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2020-01-07 04:25 [#02592692]
Points: 15848 Status: Addict



that's the sort of shit that happens when you've been on
edge, awake, for too long and your neurons are fried.
consciousness has, to borrow a metaphor from star trek, a
sort of warp integrity field. once it gets down to 60 or
70%, you're hallucinating moving things in a pile of leaves,
and it only gets more incoherent from there. when you're
coming down from a bunch of stimulants, or have been on a
bunch for more than you should have, and then mix in
alcohol, yes, you might hear people laughing at you from
behind shipping containers.

you have the added variable of juggling your habit(s) vs.
your family life and this adds a tightening guitar fret of
additional paranoia that will immediately make all this
worse

best thing you could probably do is take a proper vacation,
away from home, day-to-day family, whatever, with a stern
but fair relative and withdraw from it all, get back, try to
stick to the program


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2020-01-07 08:32 [#02592694]
Points: 5546 Status: Regular | Followup to larn: #02592689



it's hard to tell how much is physical need (physical
withdrawals without booze) and how much is want
(psychological withdrawals from the coke), but if yr
drinking to "balance out" yr powder high yr creating
cocaethylene which is far worse for yr liver than either
drug alone. cirrhosis etc will creep up on you.

anyway if yr going two weeks without coke or booze, yr out
of withdrawal for both, and just because you have strong
mental cravings and want yr high back, presumably
because yr pretty miserable, doesn't mean you have an
excuse. you don't exist in a vacuum man. you are fucking up
yr life


 

online EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2020-01-07 17:15 [#02592717]
Points: 15848 Status: Addict



Yeah I respect it's hard to arrange two weeks away from
work, you may need your host to have some medical excuse or
something. Point is to get out of the environment, the
pressure, the patterns. The hard part is when you get back
any slipups will slide you back like clockwork. But you'll
feel better, shaper sober and that will be motivation to
stay steady.


 


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