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- Wed, 17 Jul 2019 20:10:43 EST NGBIjFpj No.158063
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Besides spiders both glass and full form, has anyone ever perceived ticks, bedbugs, or other insects? On a couple occasions I had actually thought I had bedbugs because the hallucinations were strikingly realistic in the shape and texture.
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George Tillingwell - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 22:14:56 EST hqlc1IF+ No.158064 Reply
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I have seen black ticks and ants clear as day in a fully lit bathroom on 1000 mg of DPH. The spiders and crabs are always transparent and never appear in a fully lit room.
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George Pinningstuck - Fri, 19 Jul 2019 22:46:41 EST NGpOjpdw No.158069 Reply
I saw a realistic firebug crawl on my arm once and could make its translucency vary by taking it closer or farther from a light source without altering its movement. Also the only time I took enough DPH to be actually delirious for a moment I found myself trying to catch realistic-looking scorpions on my floor which eventually turned out to be dark spots, dustbunnies and so on.
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Martin Smallstock - Sat, 20 Jul 2019 17:11:25 EST 6mu2+g70 No.158070 Reply
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>>158063
I mostly juat see these guys. Luckily theyre usually dead.
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Samuel Sockleson - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 06:24:39 EST 517FV4xZ No.158105 Reply
so if dph is an anticholinergic, then does the absence of choline trigger like our "horrified doom" evolutionary response? maybe in real life, when we see a creepy bug, our body automatically releases some endogenous anthicholinergics, so when we do this overdose our brain just assumes there must be tons of horrible things around us
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Hannah Moffingdock - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 22:26:37 EST 8q3HKM2G No.158108 Reply
>>158105
No, the impending doom feeling is also shared by people having a heart attack. The strain 700mg+ doses puts on your heart is what causes the feeling.
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Frederick Duddlebone - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 18:18:35 EST 517FV4xZ No.158110 Reply
>>158108

i doubt that. there are many other things that put a big strain on your heart that don't cause these feelings.
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Shit Sellyhall - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 20:28:00 EST BPyXu+zL No.158111 Reply
>>158108

that's absolute bullshit. impending doom is a psychological reaction, which can be a reaction to body and mind, real and imagined things. you can have impending doom on LSD, which doesn't put any strain on your heart.
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Graham Chabberridge - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 16:52:15 EST tpW8Jn53 No.158157 Reply
When my ex wife had bedbugs and I had to worry about them getting into my place, I would hallucinate bedbugs crawling on my legs in bed all the time. This was without DPH though, just sober.

Sometimes I was so sure it was real I'd throw off the covers and turn on the light. No bugs.

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