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offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2021-10-27 00:47 [#02613092]
Points: 3590 Status: Regular

Coming off a 12 hour graveyard shift (6:30pm to 6:30am),
and kicking off a 4 day weekend, I decided that this wanna
gonna be a night (well, morning) for a few tokes of DMT. I
self extracted a decent amount from mimosa hostilis--
standard straight to base tek-- and have been going through
it slowly.

Now, I don't really have a smoking technique down for my
glass vapor genie yet. I loaded the pipe with a carefully
weighed 50mg of spice, and noticed that I probably had about
that much also solidified along the inner sides from prior
uses. I think I need one of those liquid pads to stop this.
I just have a bit of wire mesh I put in there underneath the

I took in and held 3 decent tokes, which has always been
enough previously. I felt the physical intensity, the
warping of space and time... but there were virtually no
visuals to speak of. This hasn't happened to me before.
"What a dud!".. and on the heels of that, a strange thought:
"Did I do something to offend these things?" I gave it a few
minutes and decided to take a few more rips, assuming that
the stuff that had previously melted to the sides MIGHT
vaporize even though that residue was much lower in the pipe
than the chamber itself. I didn't think I'd get much out of
it, since it had already been maybe 10 minutes and I know
you've gotta get this stuff in quickly.

Well, it worked. I got more out of it. On the third or
fourth hit of round 2, my eyes were unable to focus on any
one object in the room. My room was dark, but the first cold
blue light of dawn was starting to come in through my
blinds. It spread across my desk in an odd pattern. My
unfocused eyes all of a sudden locked in, like solving one
of those "Magic Eye posters" and the pattern of light became
a tesseract superstructure.


offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2021-10-27 00:48 [#02613093]
Points: 3590 Status: Regular

This thing was a monstrosity. It dominated the room, which
was otherwise normal except for this area of light. Its
shape, its contours were impossible. It was beyond 3
dimensions, with the 4th dimension penetrating directly into
my conscious and completely alert mind. It was SO
fundamentally psychedelic, this thing. And it was perfectly
still, unmoving. There were no signs that I was tripping
other than this lightborne object which remained solid,
unwavering for probably a full minute.

The structure had a menace to it, and it was alive. I think
most people with sensibilities a little bit less dark than
mine would have been frightened, but I was just amazed at
it. I was amazed at its perfect stillness, amazed at the way
it effortlessly broke the laws of physics.

Suddenly it had something to say. With words? I don't know.
It was loud though, and perfectly understood.

This IS reality, it bellowed.

THIS IS......

(duh-vy-orv-min-pay-tal. I wrote it down immediately after
the experience. this is not a word that I would ever come up
with consciously. I will state, as adamantly as I can, that
I DID NOT come up with this word. It was simply present).


offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2021-10-27 00:48 [#02613094]
Points: 3590 Status: Regular

What an introduction it gave itself. The name echoed through
my head. It shattered reality. On cue, I closed my earthly
eyes. And centered in my mind's eye, in the middle of a
psychedelic vortex, was some kind of cyclopean squid Mr.
Potato head. It had tentacles. One eye. It was possibly
wearing a wizard's hat.

And it was friendly. I felt it welcome me, it wanted to show
me its space. A wave of sheer bliss washed over me as I shot
into hyperspace. Its habitat was some kind of spiral
funhouse, but it was also somehow an essential place of
healing and warmth. It's all a bit vague from here. I was
moving through it too fast, and it was over quickly. I don't
think there are words to adequately describe it anyway.

Just before it dissipated, I expressed my gratitude to the
THE DVIORVMENPAETL for showing me its home. For the next 10
minutes I reflected on the experience... no visuals but a
sense of the universe expanding while I was shrinking. And
then I was back to normal.


offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2021-10-27 01:15 [#02613095]
Points: 24545 Status: Regular

Americans are so phoney


offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2021-10-27 02:02 [#02613097]
Points: 3590 Status: Regular

sanctimonious eurotrash not so much better for that matter


offline Tony Danza from hollywood on 2021-10-27 02:20 [#02613098]
Points: 2908 Status: Regular

*taking notes while tripping* uh huh. and what did you say
your name was? dev ornament patel? like the actor. huh thats
wild. I'm gonna give you a 5 star review on amazon. or
xltronic. whichever tab is open. ok gnite dev. or good
morning. lol


offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2021-10-27 02:29 [#02613099]
Points: 3590 Status: Regular

DMT has a couple of interesting hallmarks-

1. it's over super duper quick. full blast to full down in
about 20 minutes. It's hard to retain some of the fine
details but easier than the peak of LSD or psilocybin

2. I tend to remain myself for the duration of the
experience. As in I don't actually feel fucked up at all,
like even less so than a few drinks. it's just this thing
that's happening and then its over.

I've heard of people losing their self of self though so
this might not be the case for everyone.

Like a jurassic park dinosaur I had most of the genetic
material, but filled in the rest of the pieces with frog

But yeah it was 5 stars, will do again.


offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2021-10-27 03:07 [#02613102]
Points: 17703 Status: Regular

sounds like you really took a ray of sunshine and ran with


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