>at music festival with friends
>take two tabs of LSD
Probably like my 8th trip. Think I know what I'm getting into
>crazy visuals after only like 45 minutes
>wandering around listening to music
This is where shit got weird
>decide to go back to camp
>look down the isle of cars leading into a blinding white light
>me and le gf walking hand in hand
>overwhelming feeling comes over me that something big is about to happen
>think that at the end of the light im going to die and be reborn
>think that I am at the center of all being, like time has stopped
>think that I am the earth and gf is the sun or some shit
>feel that I have reached the other side, forget about all identity
I know it's just a drug but I really felt something spiritual
you will never be dosed out of your mind at a Grateful Dead show when they start playing Hell in a Bucket and you begin to think you're in hell.
>be on lsd
>passenger seat, other anon driving
>like almost 4 am
>we hear something like an ambulance siren
>very intense white light in rear and side view mirrors
>getting brighter, sounds louder
>anon pulls over to the side naturally
>both look back
>anon swerves back onto the road
>continue driving, we had to pull into a neighborhood for a second after that.
It did feel like something was happening to me while the intensity grew.
I considered abduction but I don't think It was.
>crazy visuals after 45 minutes
Bruh that was prolly something in the 25 nbome family. It gets sold as L a lot but it's way less clean and the come up is way faster. Did it have a taste? Cause of so it was def not acid. Assuming it was 25 something you're lucky cause 2 hits of that can OD people that have never done it before. Also it's worth like 5 cents a tab in bulk and you should never pay more than like 3 or 4 bucks per hit for it. My homie used to order it off silk road and pay like 3 cents per tab and sell it for 5 bucks and make ridiculous bank on it.
>Jack and shit happened other than sitting around high as fuck for six straight hours watching cartoons
>Ending theme is still catchy to this day