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Reply to comment by throwaway in I Feel Overwhelmed by Principle_Beauty

throwaway wrote

It can be done without, of course, psychedelics doesn't give you superpowers - it does, however, allow you to percieve your mind in a whole new way, bending your mind inwards and exposing things you might not have realized otherwise.

I don't think it's a universal truth at all, I just know from my own experience that it's a wonderful tool, and, if done properly, can be just as healthy as the stigma would have you believe it is unhealthy.

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Reply to comment by throwaway in I Feel Overwhelmed by Principle_Beauty

throwaway wrote

Hahah no not at all, It's just been a massive lifechanger for me. It's helped me realign my perceptions into something healthier, clearer and more natural, and besides, i enjoy the experience a whole lot, when done safely (both the difficult and more enjoyable trips).

If done in a good environment, and for your first few times, with someone you can trust (optimally, someone who's been through the psychedelic experience before), there's really nothing to fear in my humble opinion and experience.

When it comes to sourcing, the safest and easiest is to find a trustworthy deep web vendor, or when it comes to mushrooms, growing them yourself (which is awesome just in itself!).

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Reply to comment by throwaway in I Feel Overwhelmed by Principle_Beauty

throwaway wrote

Psychedelics, a storm-pounded seashore, a mountain wilderness, or maybe just a few days completely alone. Let the chips fall where they may, and allow the cultural layer of social conditioning to wither away for a few hours. There's lots to be learned when you stop listening to talking heads, and turn the ears inwards instead.

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Reply to comment by throwaway in I Feel Overwhelmed by Principle_Beauty

throwaway wrote (edited )

I think you're absolutely right. Education goes before action, as long as it doesn't quell action. A struggle without any thought behind it is nothing more than a struggle. Discovering the evils behind evils and fighting those evils is to no avail, if you hold no bedrock idea of what is to keep people alive after the hand that feeds has been cut off.

Or maybe cr is right, maybe we just have to roll with it, stand up against those who'd like us not to, and the rest will happen organically, as the dominator is forced to retreat and make room for creativity and cooperation.

No matter what's what, for now I'll stick to borderline insanity, mushroom trips and Terence McKenna audio files. Nobody knows what's going on anyways, and certainly not me. Those who claim to are either lying, or have been lied to; perhaps both.

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throwaway wrote

...but, even though I know this forum isn't really welcoming towards moralizing, I'd say stealing from a random worker, who may or may not starve until their next paycheck thanks to your theft, isn't a very neat thing to do. If you really have to, then sure, go ahead, but please, steal from chain stores whenever possible.

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throwaway wrote

I once knew a danish radio amateur, he was by no means a nazi. I think that's quite the jump to a premature conclusion, but it would be nice to know why they're using 88 specifically for that.

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throwaway wrote

Nothing more than a show of force, jerking off their big guns.

What these people don't get is, some empathy, humanity and love would be much, much more powerful than an oh so scary, scantily clad show of the exact weight and brutality of the big boot.

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throwaway wrote (edited )

Yesterday, I was out for a drive in the middle of the night to blow off some steam. The road was completely empty. Two coppers pull up in the lane to the left of me, while I'm in the right lane, turning right. When the light turns green, the cop car tries turning right from their lane (illegal - I was stopped for doing the same thing earlier, although nobody was next to me at least), and almost fucking hits me. I end up having to go around them, while they sit in the middle of the light, looking stupid.

I know bikes are hard to see sometimes, but it was night, I had lights on and was the only other thing on the road. Come on.

A little later, a cop ran a red right in front of me.

I'm not one to uphold traffic laws, because I'm your average speeding squid-missile, but if you're going to be a law enforcer, at least respect those damn laws yourself...

It seems that these cops have no conscience at all, in any shape or form.

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throwaway wrote (edited )

After injecting a man who called for help during a mental health crisis of his, twice, despite him pleading not to be given the shot:

When the man began to regain consciousness, the officer asked the EMS responder — all unnamed in the report — how much more ketamine he had with him, according to the report.

“I can draw more,” said the EMS staff.

“You’re my favorite,” replied another EMS officer.

They injected him with another dose of ketamine.

“We’ll have to end up putting a [breathing] tube in,” the officer stated.

On the way to the hospital, the man lost consciousness and stopped breathing, according to the report.

This shit makes me fucking sick.

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throwaway wrote

The first day, i made a tea on the leaves. It tasted horrible, really the stuff of nightmares. I got very sleepy after 30 minutes, and went out as soon as i hit the pillow. Couldn't remember my dreams next morning. The day after, I smoked them, and had the most detailed, vivid and absurd dreams I've had since I was a child. It was quite an incredible experience. I've smoked it a couple of times since, and I've almost always had incredible dreams!

Fun to meet another one who's tried calea, it's apparently not very widespread, so I haven't really talked to anyone about it.

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throwaway wrote

I think it depends on who you are and how you use it, largely. I've heard of people doing over 100 grams a day consistently, with withdrawals rendering them completely fucked for a week or two.

Good to hear of a chill experience. I think I'll do a little more reading, then...

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throwaway wrote

It's fun how, if you ask some random strangers on the street in most semi-big cities, everybody will say something along the lines of these three: cocaine, molly and alcohol. On raddle though, it seems the majority of those who have tried drugs are mostly into psychedelics.

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throwaway wrote (edited )

DMT, changa, psilocybin, LSD, LSA (hawaiian baby woodrose), dagga, calea zaccatechichi, blue lotus and good ole' weed of course. I'd like to try mescaline too, after reading Aldous Huxley's The Doors of Perception.

I ended up randomly with 10g of Red Maeng Da kratom yesterday, but I doubt that I'll give it a try. I've heard too many stories of brutal addiction.

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throwaway wrote

A long, long time ago - a time that is now no more than legend to most - a brave bard of sorts made a neat script, that deleted all your posts. It might have gone forgotten, now nothing more than sand in the wind; but those who dare hope still roam these digital lands, in search of the long-lost post-deletion script.

If you're up for the task, the treasure is out there, waiting for you. Good winds, wherever your quest may lead you!

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