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JayGrym wrote

Has psilocybin helped you with anything? I've read it has helped people quit addictive substances as well as helped individuals find truths about themselves.

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throwaway OP wrote (edited )

Definitely. I've done less psilocybin than LSD, but is has impacted my life and character much, much more. It's helped me let go of my nihilistic view, and embrace every moment, even the shitty ones. It's redefined my view on other people completely, and helped me treat everyone with love and sympathy (well, not everyone - it's also helped me accept and embrace my more militant, antifascist views. No love for the Fascinators and the fash).

e: I still smoke a pack a day, though, so there's that

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

What kind of projects are you involved in?

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throwaway OP wrote

A few weeks ago, I was working on a website with my local anarchist book café, that would help introduce people in my country to anarchism and anarcho-communism. I've also been spending a lot of time on antifascist hacking, and try to always be present when nazis show themselves close to me, and show them that they aren't welcome. I'm involved in other projects with two awesome affinity groups close to me, but I don't feel comfortable sharing the details.

I put all of this on hold two weeks ago, though, as I've decided to make a run for it and escape to the norwegian forests, and survive off of fishing and hikes to civilization once a month or so. I've got it all planned, used my savings to buy the gear i need, and am quitting my job and leaving in four months. Sounds insane, but circumstances taken into consideration, it's the only sane thing to do.

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throwaway OP wrote

There's not one which is objectively better. It's all about what you want to achieve.

The best way I've found to describe it is, on acid you ascend, you climb up the highest tree in the forest and see everything for the first time. Everything becomes completely obvious, and you're able to understand things that were cloudy before as if it was childs play. LSD always makes me feel like a child on the come-up, running around in the forest, climbing trees, rolling down hills and all that fun stuff. The come down is much more serious and introverted, and can help you completely rebuild yourself from the ground up, if that's what you wish to do.

On shrooms, you descend into the darkness of your ego and your self. Everything becomes mystic, you feel connected to the earth and nature in a completely indescribable way. There's energy everywhere, the trees are melting together, and I sometimes get this strange sound in my ear, sort of like an old TV that's not in tune. All the skeletons in your closet come out to fuck with you, but it's a chance to deal with your bullshit, and come out of the trip as a better person.

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TheLegendaryBirdMonster wrote

What do you think of microdosing LSD?

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throwaway OP wrote

I think microdosing can be very useful, to some, but it is very far from what LSD is capable of. I personally don't like microdosing, as I'd rather use the LSD experience to develop my sober self.

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rot wrote

tests for purity? how do you know what you're getting is legit

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throwaway OP wrote (edited )

I always test my stuff using the Ehrlich reagent.

e: And i get my acid and DMT off of reputable dark web vendors, that I've bought from before. The shrooms are from a friend of mine who grows at home.

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Fossidarity wrote

  • What's your favorite form of DMT?
  • Are you also into dissociatives?
  • Did you ever reach "ego-death"?
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throwaway OP wrote (edited )

What's your favorite form of DMT?

Changa! Easy to smoke, and gives the most incredible feeling right as you inhale, before your journey begins. It's difficult to describe, but I'll give it a shot:

The first time i did DMT, i tried changa. I had tried LSD and psilocybin at that point, but I was still a little anxious and had this weird feeling that I really shouldn't be doing this. That feeling of impending doom that you probably have felt before too.

I decide to say "fuck it, what could go wrong", and grab my pipe, still with this uncomfortable feeling of heading into the unknown. As i inhale and hold in the smoke, my body completely relaxes. I can feel my heart beating slowly, and I hear a voice in my head telling me in a very loving way, while laughing, "And you thought there was something to be afraid of? How silly". Not word by word, but something along those lines.

Are you also into dissociatives?

No. I might give salvia a shot one day, so that's not set in stone. I simply haven't tried any. I'm not going to experiment with ketamine and the likes, though.

Did you ever reach "ego-death"?

I've reached ego-death on 3.8 grams of mushrooms once. On this same trip, I met a strange entity. Simultaneously the most fantastic, and most horrifying, trip of my life.

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