A Night With the DevilSo, a week or so ago, I took some acid. It was my fourth time taking it and would end up being my second actual trip. It was a great experience, so Ive decided to share.
I was debating tripping the whole afternoon, until suddenly I decided to eat the first tab. I looked at my watch it said 4:20 and my friend, Ill call him J said "Thats a good time to start."
I went back inside to chill for half an our, when I took the next tab. At about T+1:30 I began to feel the tingling that forshadows the trip. My friend had gone out and I was watching Futurama. I have a weird tolerance to drugs, and I usually have a fairly long come up.
When J returned he had another friend of ours, who Ill call S in tow. Around this time (about T+3:00) I started to notice very heavy trails. The best trails I had had before were some intricate patterns created by the floating dust in the air on my last trip. These trails were so noticable that I actually could not see S's hands when he was waving them around, just a giant blur. I knew I was in for a powerful trip.
After a few blunts we decided to watch the movie The Manson Family. We hoorahd an xbox and hooked it up. As the movie ramped up I found myself sypathizing with all of the Manson Family. As they talked about the beauty of LSD, the ability to see, hear, smell and taste everything, all at once. As I peaked a line came in the move. There are two hippies tripping, and one looks at the other and says "Hey man, I think we're in hell" The other turns to him and says "I know, aint it groovy?" As he says this his face morphs into the Devil, and I end up laughing manically. I turn to my friend J who is also laughing and he transforms into the Devil. We soon leave to give S a ride home.
On the ride realize that I have to completely surrender to J and the Devil, to get me through this. I had no control of the situation, and as J would later tell me, he was intending to take me for a ride when he brought me along. When we got home we threw dune into the DVD pla
This was easily the most enlightening experience Ive had in my life, and I cant wait to repeat it and learn even more about myself.