I'm going to laugh when I'm buried alive
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Ontario, Canada
Re: Getting high
So, I did Salvia and had the most terrifying trip ever but now that I've had time to decompress and evaluate the situation, Rogan is right about his shit.
So as I mentioned before, I got 40X and took a big bong of it. My fiance was with me in case anything happened, and thank christ she was there. She asked me if I was feeling anything yet and I said no, and as I said that I looked to my left and everything started to fade into mist. I distinctly remember putting my bong down at this time and saying "Well, I gotta go to another dimension right now, bye". And then BAM, I was in the world of The Simpsons, I shit you not. I was Bart, my fiance was Lisa. I was sitting down on the couch with "The family" like how they do at the start of every episode. Only thing is, we were all made out of Lego, the entire world was. It was The Simpsons world but made out of Lego, it was completely fucked up.
So then the couch comes out from under me and I fall to the ground (I really did fall, my fiance tells me) and suddenly we are all on the couch again, like we're all glued to it and it's spinning around and around like a dryer. It freaked me the fuck out, bad. I couldn't understand how this was happening and then my mind kicked in and said "You're whole life has been a lie. What, you thought you were real, stupid? Life wasn't real, but this is and you're stuck here forever". My mind actually said that to me in a voice that I have no idea who it was. But the whole of it was my entire life was a lie, I have always been a Simpsons Lego character and now I'm fucked because I realized and I have to leave my life behind now. To legitimately think this was the most terrifying thing I have ever experienced in my entire life.
I then started to get really, really hot. I started to sweat profusely and then I started to freak out again. But at the exact same time I started to freak out, my mind told me again "Relax, ride it out. This is the plan". So I calmed down for a few seconds until my dog walked up to me. She's a black lab in real life but her face was a demon in my reality at the time and it freaked me the fuck out. Then my fiance was telling me "Relax, you're fine", to which my mind immediately told me "No, you're not. You're stuck here forever now. You deserve this", in which case I went and huddled on my bed and almost cried, legitimately. By this time my heart is hurting like hell because it's pumping so fast and again, I legit think my entire life has been a lie and I'm now stuck here forever.
I put my head down on my pillow and then suddenly I fell through it and I was back in reality again. I was still tripping balls, but all the Lego blocks fell off my wall one by one to reveal my house and then a calm voice told me in my head "You've been warned". I then spent the next little bit reflecting on everything. I hated the experience right after because I was so terrified, but now that I've had time to look back on it, it was a beautiful experience and I've learned a lot about myself already from it. I feel very, very refreshed right now mentally, but also I have no energy in my body right now, I feel very weak. Which is odd, considering I felt fine going into it.
Rogan really has it right about those types of things. Unless you do them yourself, you can explain them all you want and people will think they get it, but they really don't. I legitimately thought my life was over and I legit thought I was in The Simpsons world, because at that time I was. It was so, so real. Obviously it wasn't, but to me it sure as hell was. But I will become a better person from this. Rogan always says the worst trips are the ones you learn the most about yourself and it's absolutely true. So much shit seems trivial now. I'm so happy to be sitting here after legit thinking I was fucked. I realized a few areas in my life I need to improve on and I will, starting tomorrow. Sounds cliche, but it's 4:32 am here right now and I can't do shit about it right now.
So, yeah. Sorry for the long read. But that was my Salvia experience. My fiance told me it lasted around 20 mins. It felt like an eternity, though.