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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Hz bullshit? sorry for kinda off-topic

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- Mon, 15 Jul 2019 19:51:32 EST ZlF3UMt9 No.896723
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I've lately been reading up on different kinds of hertz and their "effects" (during meditation), my question mainly being is it all just fucking bullshit or is for example only 432 legit? I suspect the "other" frequencies are just tricks to trip niggas up in the demi-urge trap since I only see the most "cooky" people talk about this subject who usually also promote some kind of religion/ or religious ideals, not talking spiritual.

And if said hertz (mainly 432) are legit what are recommendations/ warnings lurker might have for a anon in said subject? As all things should; I distrust and don't "believe" in stuff until I have some verification.
Image semi-related feds need not respond.
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Lillian Bunforth - Mon, 15 Jul 2019 22:00:29 EST BzOrx0HK No.896729 Reply
>>896723
I feel em. I like em. Look inward. We can't tell your what's true.

Music/Videos for an acid trip

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- Sat, 13 Jul 2019 13:36:41 EST TSMqgcVW No.896647
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What are you favorites?
This guy has great edits https://youtu.be/4QU2yjjdz1k
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Priscilla Penningfuck - Mon, 15 Jul 2019 18:59:35 EST Jx6YmcVQ No.896722 Reply
>>896647
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyGxhaxV2Hw

This video was back in the early 90s I guess. We had midnight saturday night teletunes. Like a half hour of music videos on public TV. Was mostly the highlight of the trip, for as long. Just kinda burned out doing the stuff around that time. But we all got a smile like
wow that was cool.

What should I start with?

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- Sun, 07 Jul 2019 08:59:53 EST EjtKPLG2 No.896492
File: 1562504393413.jpg -(933593B / 911.71KB, 1920x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What should I start with?
I have access to multiple psychedelics including LSD shrooms DMT salvia ecstacy multiple NBOMe's LSA and 2C-B. I've never done psychedelics before but I'd like to try pretty much all of these and I was just wondering what substance listed would be a good introduction to psychedelics.
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Wesley Sebbleheck - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 09:59:51 EST BzOrx0HK No.896635 Reply
>>896492
No n bombs no lsa no 2c no salvia
Take the acid, the molly, the shrooms in that order then when things feel like they are peaking smoke a whole bowl of dmt infused herbs
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Nell Fottingfoot - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 20:25:41 EST 4ImFiYqU No.896672 Reply
>>896492
LSA was my first psychedelic and while it was extremely unpleasant to deal with the side effects I found the lack of visuals made it easier for me to handle on an emotional level. I actually quite like the body high from HBWR and if it weren't for the nausea I'd consider it a pretty high tier drug. That being said I puked more than I have ever puked and I was so vasoconstricted and fucked up that I was paralyzed while I was profusely vomiting in the toilet. I'd recommend it at a lower dose to see how you feel about psychedelics in general. It's also probably a decent mixer. You could take a seed or two with any other psychedelic to enhance it a bit. It goes well with DXM too when used that way.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 22:32:22 EST O61PecZf No.896674 Reply
>>896672
I've never gotten bad side effects from it really. I always did the CWE and have done 14 or 15 seeds like that and haven't puked once. It's all about how carefully you strain it and filter that shit.

Profound self-transformation

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 00:02:48 EST h2FZ8KB7 No.896542
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hi 420chan, this is my first post and it looks like a friendly place and i'm happy to be here

i took my first dose of acid (very small, reportedly only 30 micrograms) about nine days ago and a multitude of things i've been struggling with for years, notably self-hatred and worrying myself with stupid drama bullshit, seem to have completely vanished. i definitely intend on trying more

share your own permanent changes
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James Sanningville - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 06:48:38 EST IUfz5v9T No.896660 Reply
>>896659

This. Even the seemingly positive changes that occurred during the early, beginning stage of my psychedelic career were in fact illusory and laid the grounds for a series of unavoidable consequences of immersion in the void. I was completely blown away by this entire universe that exists within my own mind. The surrealism of the experience is wherein lies the danger.

The positive, lasting effects relate to my self-image and social interactions. I directly attribute psy+dis use to overcoming my sometimes crippling social anxiety.

Part of the bad is never being able to go back to the way things were before.
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Samuel Tootgold - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 08:18:11 EST T/gnfGdG No.896663 Reply
>>896660
I often end up realizing that a lot of things that I attribute to psychedelics were there all along. After using psychedelics, everything before seemed retroactively trippy. I didn't need LSD to trip, I was already tripping. I didn't need it to have abstract mindbending thoughts or to develop an inner world. That was already there.

I think there's some value to having your cherry popped, and to psychedelics as a curiosity and a therapeutic agent when things are grey or confusing. But a lot of the fanaticism and stuff that follows is bs.
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Rebecca Pittlock - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 19:12:19 EST sE4xZSxq No.896669 Reply
For me, honestly this is the single only change that I think has stuck with me since I started tripping: I now fully appreciate the value of things outside of my "comfort zone" (i.e far more than what's convenient or tried-and-true). I don't think they made me more open, because I was already quite open.

Maybe they made me more spiritual? I'm still very skeptical of the idea of a "soul" or any similar divine component in the human/living being, but there is a certain that-which-cannot-be-grasped which maybe I'm more in tune with now. I wouldn't call it mysticism because it relates more to the material experience of life than any perception of profundity or an inobservable power. Most of the ways I've changed have been through increasing interest in zen/taoist philosophy, but psychedelics put me more in tune with nature which is the reason I began to explore agnosticism and eventually quasi-secular spiritual practices like modern post-mahayana zen, even "humanism" as it's known.

All in all though, I have to say they really haven't changed much. The people who are least likely to be interested in them would probably change the most, in my estimation. Like if you're cool with giving up self control that's a great thing, but a lot of people are incredibly neurotic, egocentric etc. and therefore an experience like this is totally alien to their whole way of thinking. It's probably more valuable for them too, honestly. I mostly just did psy's to "have fun" (via experiencing the novel, examining and being fluid with my perspective and outlook), and I feel like if you don't go around proclaiming you'll basically upgrade to YOU v2.0 upon doing psychedelics, people act like you don't take them seriously or see ANY value in the experiences. In reality, a lot of these people just want to see themselves as "superior" to people who do coke, meth, booze, and other social/recreational drugs.

Changa infusion

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- Sat, 13 Jul 2019 09:55:52 EST BzOrx0HK No.896633
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Is it possible to over infuse your changa? Most recipes max out at 1 to 1 (1g spice to 1g leaf) but ive been pondering if it's viable to say infuse 1.5g of spice onto 1g of leaf.
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Awe' !!Bwteoy2D - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 18:41:31 EST ZgfrcNMJ No.896652 Reply
>>896651
Yeah, well you didn't ask the query so how do you know what the purpose for OP was. An hour is a stretch unless it's very heavy on MAOI. More like 20-30 min and maybe 40-60 to baseline. If the purpose is vapeable aya you can just mix the two alkaloids and vape so the ratio may as well be 0 leaf to 1 alk.
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Wesley Sebbleheck - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 19:28:53 EST BzOrx0HK No.896653 Reply
Op here, i make changa because it is my preferred method of ingestion. I haven't tried aya yet, and freebasing the dimitri is usually unpleasant. Changa made with harmalas is pretty much the perfect medium imo because you can go as deep or as shallow as you need to. It also adds the experience of the herbs you've infused. A nice waterpipe or handpipe or even a joint at times will take you to new realms. I love it. Efficiency is not huuuge for me when it comes to drugs, i don't like to waste but you gotta pay the devil his due you feel me. Its about the experience itself not brass tax mg consumed.
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Wesley Sebbleheck - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 19:29:43 EST BzOrx0HK No.896654 Reply
>>896633
Also yes duration of changa ime has been anywhere from 15min to 45ish to forever

ossas

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- Sun, 07 Jul 2019 09:16:16 EST lyaTPZS7 No.896493
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thinking of getting shroomies. got offered a wide variety of strains. what should i choose? I'm looking for a fun time really. Euphoria, fun and stunning geometrical shapes not necessarily a deep spiritual journey to find myself
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Fucking Nicklefield - Sun, 07 Jul 2019 18:37:58 EST 7OBsp/5q No.896513 Reply
>>896512
I wouldn't know personally, but I believe you. I just think given the fact a majority of the people who take shrooms are probably young people who are just getting into psychedelics (even if it's just a one off experience or a few trips in total just to experience psychedelics at some point in their lives) or otherwise users who aren't shroom aficionados or all that educated (if at all) on the shrooms they're taking, the whole concept as a selling point is pretty gimmicky and almost even snake oil territory... and what I mean by that is that there is so much misinformation being presented about what's being sold that simply isn't true that it's basically just a scam to rake in some extra cash or convince otherwise hesitant buyers to spend their money based on a false premise.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Sun, 07 Jul 2019 19:08:51 EST o+fZ1Aw1 No.896514 Reply
>>896512
I'd have to agree with you, and I think that's where the confusion comes from. Some grow larger and are more prolific but in ideal conditions they all do good. As for potency thats a little different. The onset is what changes and it can hit you a little different later on but all in all there isn't THAT much difference in potency. I've been saying it for years but I'm always met with "HURR DURR PENIS ENVY WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOO BLAH BLAH BLAH". You could make up the difference between the weakest and strongest strain with just a ltitle extra of the weaker one. They do seem to have some kind of personality but it isn't that big a difference. Some syrian rue will make it louder though. That's for damn sure.
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Alice Trotgold - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 01:45:16 EST ZQwgbhAU No.896622 Reply
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The only different trip I would 100% say is truffles.

Truffles give you a heavy body trip

Salvia + Weed

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- Mon, 08 Jul 2019 03:06:47 EST 6kAyLqBk No.896523
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Literally the greatest combo ever, smoke the weed first (enough to make you quite high) then smoke the salvia in small amounts so you don't break through, not scary at all and is very fun, lasts 30ish minutes at most, but nothing stops you from doing it again. Very spinny, makes you tired till the salvia has worn off and the weed begins to
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Nell Hillymat - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 07:52:52 EST YtnjxCmt No.896529 Reply
>>896523
We have this head shop with massive amounts of what was called, incense back when.

I would not know what to get, let alone if I wanted to try something out. I guess I could handle an out anything, but if I never tried it before, not sure if I would be missing out on anything. Sounds Ok though.

what mushrooms are these

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- Mon, 08 Jul 2019 15:39:28 EST D5mgTeh/ No.896532
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what shrooms are these. I ate 10 and 2 days later while drinking beer i experienced pain on my lower back wtf i took?
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Phyllis Bondermat - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 00:28:25 EST ReDYt1vS No.896601 Reply
>>896593
>shrooms don't fuck your kidneys

Unless they are toxic and do actually fuck with your kidneys

If not kidneys then what?
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Hannah Purringsag - Thu, 11 Jul 2019 12:19:01 EST zm3+bcYx No.896607 Reply
>>896598
Yes i had some visuals but as i said i only ate 10.
The pain was on my lower back on both sides where i assume kidneys are.
Pain was sharp like needles or knives on my back. I have never experienced any pain on my back so only thing that i can think caused it was the shrooms and heavy drinking.

Is this a good idea for a shroom trip?

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- Sun, 07 Jul 2019 15:56:49 EST 35iGWg4d No.896499
File: 1562529409729.jpg -(1061141B / 1.01MB, 1158x1637) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Is this a good idea for a shroom trip?
Most of my hallucinogen experience is with DXM, which I have enjoyed very much. Each DXM trip has consisted entirely of me laying in bed with headphones on, barely ever moving. But can I do the same on mushrooms? I have a feeling that without the dissociation and anesthesia of a high DXM dose that I would want to move around more.

So aside from having music ready, thus far I've decided to have art supplies and an esoteric book on meditation on hand. Will I be wanting for anything else though?
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Doris Trotfoot - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 13:26:51 EST 35iGWg4d No.896554 Reply
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>>896499
Mostly sober now. I was a bit distressed about the death of Europe it was overall a good trip and cathartic. I have no clue what I'm doing with my life but no one else seems to either but I'm happy just to pet my cat and live another day.
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Angus Cledgefoot - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 14:04:14 EST kaHbac2v No.896555 Reply
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>>896554
It's all good OP, let's just chose what we want to see in the world and act accordingly and lets not infringe upon the choices of others. Lets live and let live.

MDMA a few days before LSD

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- Fri, 05 Jul 2019 10:49:10 EST wsIKEGmr No.896472
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If I take MDMA today will it negatively affect my acid trip next week?
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George Pickspear - Fri, 05 Jul 2019 13:34:54 EST 7OBsp/5q No.896474 Reply
>>896472
it might cause some minor "cross-tolerance" because of serotonin receptor downregulation that hasn't fully reversed/upregulated back to baseline levels. if you're worried about this, wait two weeks instead of one. past two weeks is a bit overkill though, i doubt it would take that long to get back to baseline provided you only take the MDMA once and haven't been doing it more times before this as of late.
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Eugene Murdworth - Sun, 07 Jul 2019 17:03:11 EST eUhZzTte No.896511 Reply
Do it the opposite order if you can. A few days after rolling is when the blues tends to hit.
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Hedda Genningshaw - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 21:12:30 EST 0jeiIY3k No.896574 Reply
>>896472
Lsd and mushrooms would create a cross-tolerance. 3 days at best.
A week, even so, no issue.

Drug Price check

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- Sat, 04 Aug 2018 03:15:58 EST XYTenxrK No.891268
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What are the going rates for drugs in your area. I'm talking street price.

Here is my area, Southern Texas.

Weed $200-300/oz high grade, $30/oz low grade
Bars 4-5 for $10
Molly $40-80/g
Mushrooms $10/g $30-40/8th
LSD $5-10/tab
Cocaine $40-60/g

That's all I know. Anybody elss if from the area can fill in for other substances.
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Nell Hillymat - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 08:13:37 EST YtnjxCmt No.896530 Reply
>>891268
Back when, LSD was a dollar a hit if you knew people. Offered was 3 hits for 10 bucks. 3 4 10. 10 for $25. On a good day, a sheet was easy.

So the process was easy. LSD isn't really a bad drug. Always took into account people you offered it to. Say 'no dea'l to people who intended to take 6 hits if they didn't seem to be experienced, or seemed like it was more trouble to work with them. Denying sells was as easy as saying, sorry, no deal.

LSD triggering PAWS

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- Wed, 03 Jul 2019 22:46:15 EST vgBM0YYf No.896442
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I recently took LSD again after being clean from Methadone, Meth, and Benzos for about 9 months. The experience was really uncomfortable, and honestly felt like it put me back into withdrawal. I only took 100ug, and I felt like I was crashing for 2 days afterward. I expected the trip to be a lot more enjoyable than it turned out to be, but it was still somewhat fun nonetheless, They are Voidrealm blotter, and I have 5 left.

I feel like LSD trigger post-acute withdrawal syndrome, andI don't know if I want to take anymore after how annoying the "crash" was. I also felt pretty tense during my trip, but I had nice visuals with colors warping and flowing,. I'd really like to delve in high doses, but I am afraid of being even more uncomfortable. I don't want to take any benzos to abort the trip because I used to be dependent on them for years, and my brain is still healing for that.

Any other recovering drug addicts on here that still love to trip?
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Clara Gammlewore - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 08:54:35 EST B3thjcU0 No.896531 Reply
>>896442
I've never been on methadone, buuut I've dipped my hand into all 3 of those categories myself plenty of times.
PAWS is a bitch.
No one seemed to really answer your question as to PAWS specifically so,
>Uncomfortable
What kind of uncomfortable? Tactile hallucinations? Hot/Cold? Freezing hands and a burning chest? An almost unmovable sense of crushing depression? Be specific if ya can.
The only thing I can recommend is making sure your body is running in tip-tip shape, are you getting all of your vitamins? Are you deficient in anything? Do you have any disease/illness/mental issues? If so, what medication are you taking for any of it?
>LSD triggers PAWS
I think it's just moreso that you're probably STILL in PAWS if anything.
Its been over a year for me and I still have occasional issues with it.
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Hedda Dublingford - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 23:10:35 EST +zVqs3xZ No.896539 Reply
>>896442
>I think it's just moreso that you're probably STILL in PAWS if anything.

I second this. And damn I've just realized I've never looked into research on how to reduce/recover from PAWS. I assumed the basic stuff helps but who knows.
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Caroline Barrypick - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 23:34:37 EST nlxdErr8 No.896540 Reply
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You know what dude I don't have too much to say about this except that I've seen quite a few people suffer from the same experience.

Its as if the brain can only be correctly wired for an acute class of drugs at a time.

I don't really see people flip flop well. Say for example you don't take heroin and then next day take acid. That radical perspective change isn't good for anyone.

If I were to give you any advice I would just micro dose for a bit. That will give you a better transition but also give your body time to recognize whats going on.

Knocked out

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- Mon, 08 Jul 2019 00:51:33 EST E8ul6T86 No.896521
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Where do we go when someone gives our system a hard shut down?
Waking up not knowing what happened, why you’re laying down and lack the balance to stand up. We are all on here describing trips, I wanna know about your trips caused by passing out, blacking out, getting knocked out. You can breathe your ass off to release dmt, you can ride the Gforce thing where jet pilots experience 9gs and when the blood pulls from their brain, black out and have a dmt trip. Is this realm the realm we experience on psychedelics? Do different psychedelics take us to other dimensions existing on the same plane?
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George Turveyspear - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 03:48:15 EST 7OBsp/5q No.896524 Reply
>>896521
>You can breathe your ass off to release dmt, you can ride the Gforce thing where jet pilots experience 9gs and when the blood pulls from their brain, black out and have a dmt trip
Neither of those will cause the release of endogenous DMT. Specifically, in both of those examples, the mechanism behind the loss of consciousness/altered state of consciousness is acute hypoxia, meaning the brain is not receiving enough oxygen resulting in grossly impaired cognition and highly abnormal brain states.

Not to be a dick, but it's pretty clear from your post that you have little to no working concept of how the brain and consciousness actually function.

To preface my long-winded response (understatement of the century), good thread man. I like discussions like this but don't all that often really see them on /psy/ even though you'd figure it would be full of them. They show up, they're just surprisingly sparse. Also, I apologize for my bluntness, please don't take it personally. I don't say it intending to insult you, I'm just being forthright. I can definitely be a bit of an asshole.

>Where do we go when someone gives our system a hard shut down?
I think a more important question to ask prior to even attempting to ask yours is "where", if anywhere, are we when we're awake and cognizant? Is it even correct to conceptualize our conscious experience of the self in the context of existing located in some kind of tangible physical setting? In order to go "somewhere else" while knocked unconscious, we must actually be "somewhere" to begin with.

To give you my answer, I don't think it even makes sense to consider ourselves--that is to say, our conscious minds--to be existing in any given place. The mind is a metaphysical phenomenon, meaning it does not physically or temporally exist anywhere within the physical or temporal planes and therefore does not correspond with any spatial or temporal coordinates. There is no way we can hypothetically navigate through space time to a given physical and temporally location and actually stumble across the entity that is the conscious mind.

Consciousness and the mind are emergent properties that result from the physical interactions of specific discrete, localized (in terms of both space and time) components of energy and matter. Therefore, the existence of the mind exists in the imaginary plane, which is like a kind of an "upper" or perhaps "lower/sub" layer that exists beyond the boundaries of the physical and temporal planes (spacetime). It technically exists, but as the name implies, it is entirely imaginary. It is not strictly subject to the limitations and restrictions imposed on the energy and matter within spacetime. The imaginary is allowed a much greater deal of fluidity regarding its state of existence.
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George Turveyspear - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 03:48:35 EST 7OBsp/5q No.896525 Reply
>>896524
>---Part 2---

The imaginary plane consists of realized information created by physical interactions, it's a like a storage device used to contain information so that it can be communicated/trasnmitted and received by the components(energy/matter) of spacetime. The information stored can only be accessed by the localalized components interacting with one another responsible for creating it. Information is created by essentially all physical interactions and the systems they belong to. What I mean by a system is something very broad. It's just any set of components working as part of some interconnected network that takes a form of input and generates an output through the functional interaction of its components. You've got weather systems, electronic communication systems, biological systems, ecological systems, etc.

Well, just as it so happens, consciousness/the mind is the output of our central nervous system, which itself is a system comprised of many biological systems existing with ecological and environmental systems, etc. This means the mind/consciousness/the self (and therefore you, me, and anybody and everybody else) is information that exists in the imaginary plane that is stored, communicated/transmitted and received by the various components of your central nervous system and can only be accessed locally by the system that generated it (you) until some new system is invented or utilized whose mechanism bridges and connects our individual minds to a system that is comprised of an interconnected network of minds.

One such way of connecting an individual human system (from here on out referred to as being a person) is through the creation and manipulation of soundwaves that correspond to sounds and words that are themselves part of a system of language allowing for the meaningful ocmmunication of information by allowing it to be interpreted by the person receiving the information. Another way is through the use of discrete symbols that represent corresponding sounds and words within that language system that can be communicated through a visual medium. The internet itself is an interconnected network allowing for the mass storage and communication of information encoded in visual and auditory formats.

Knowing that, "where" is the internet? Sure, it's run by physical servers connected to one another all over the world, but the internet itself is not located within those servers, they're merely the localized systems generating the imaginary space storing the information comprising the internet. The internet is the whole that is greater than the sum of its parts--a unique entity arising from the mechanism driving the function and interaction of the system's components. It is the manifestation of the unified experience of its system, through its components, operating in harmony.

I think what will help illustrate this a bit more is by asking the same question again, but about something else. So, where is "English"? Where are any of the various languages? Dictionaries? Of course not. The dictionary is merely a documented lexicon of a given language. The words of a language are not the language itself but rather are merely symbolic signifiers of the concepts individual words signify. The rules of a language aren't the language either, but merely the manner in which the components/signifiers of a language (words) are to be oriented to facilitate meaningful communication.

Imaginary entites such as the mind are in fact imaginary systems that utilize the stored information in the imaginary space they exist in to generate new information themselves in I guess what you'd call extraimaginary or superimaginary spaces they generate (this is a recursive process that can be repeated without any real theoretical limit as far as I can tell--the imaginary space is already imaginary so it can't really get any more imaginary from there, it's just a quirk of metaphysical phenomena that it can be repeated infinitely; this isn't the most accurate analogy, but it's a bit like utilizing the identity property in mathematics for algebra problems to help solve them by replacing a number with numbers and the operation of equivalent value). Therefore they do not exist locally in any physical or temporal location, but as functions of local systems located in a given physical and temporal location.

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Caroline Gottingbit - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 06:02:46 EST kaHbac2v No.896528 Reply
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>>896524
>Consciousness and the mind are emergent properties that result from the physical interactions of specific discrete, localized components of energy and matter
How about the other way around...
>The imaginary plane consists of realized information created by physical interactions
That would make imaginary plane conditional on the physical, where as when you understand that both are imaginary, you recognize that the imaginary is the foundation, not the physical.
>it's a like a storage device used to contain information so that it can be communicated/trasnmitted and received by the components(energy/matter) of spacetime
Yeah, that sounds accurate, maybe a simpler way to put it is that it's the nature and structure of existence and so all energy, information, ideas, whatever ARE it.
>Well, just as it so happens, consciousness/the mind is the output of our central nervous system
It helps shape the consciousness into what we experience as consciousness, it's not the source of consciousness/infinity/existence. There are many forms of consciousness and self awareness very different from ours, like a tree or even a rock, they don't have brains...
>and can only be accessed locally by the system that generated it (you) until some new system is invented or utilized whose mechanism bridges and connects our individual minds to a system that is comprised of an interconnected network of minds.
I don't want to start a discussion on this, but FYI we can access each others consciousness by resonance which means we won't become each other but for all intents and purposes we will be partly thinking the same thing (vescica pisces). This is btw quite simple to explain if you subscribe to the non local consciousness understanding of things. If all information is just a set of frequencies and made from the same clay so to speak in the same place then it would make sense that they are connected... I'm not saying this is a good explanation, but at least the realization confirmed by results IRL doesn't boggle my mind like it would for many people who's worldview is a little more narrow. All vibrations being in the same sea of vibrations, when one resonates with another, they interact... Empathy is the first step to telepathy.
>One such way of connecting an individual human system (from here on out referred to as being a person) is through the creation and manipulation of soundwaves that correspond to sounds and words that are themselves part of a system of language allowing for the meaningful ocmmunication of information by allowing it to be interpreted by the person receiving the information
I think this is already being done and we call it music, but as you can see the symbols aren't very well defined in such a communication system. If I misunderstood what you meant, I'd really like to hear an elaboration. As for visual symbols until we can create and exchange them freely on the spot via the internet and AI maybe this has a serious bandwidth problem, nut I agree this is an option especially if geometry is utilized in a smart way. Actually such medium has advantages over the primal communication of direct vescica pisces based on resonance. Just how our languages although always getting us lost in translation serve a purpose that would be defeated by too strong a telepathic communication which is btw always happening behind the scenes.
>Knowing that, "where" is the internet?
I concur with your general answer to OP, but not with the details. In this case the internet is an idea that you interpret from the physical reality you interface with. Just like a tree falling in the woods, which is interpreted by you as a sound, if there is no one to hear the sound the falling tree didn't make a sound even though it made the air vibrate if you catch my drift. So as with all similar questions the internet exists in our consciousness which as we have already agreed is non local. The internet being a specific interpretation of the happenings is also a result of our unique perspective on the matter at hand. Just like a sound can only be heard from a perspective of a brain with ears.

LSD at a Funeral

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- Wed, 03 Jul 2019 13:21:52 EST zYkTxPE7 No.896428
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My grandma merged with the beloved last week. She was an extremely devout catholic and intensely spiritual. She was a very musically inclined person as well and maybe even a child of the 60's.

I view psychedelics as somewhat of a sacrament. Would anyone here advise it taking 100 ug the day of the funeral? I feel like I'd be more connected with her spirit. I'll try to have some benzos on hand in case I need to get out of a bad head space.
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Mr. Nobody - Sun, 07 Jul 2019 20:50:01 EST pdXwTEdW No.896517 Reply
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I ended up taking it in my suite I stayed in the day before before. Had quite an enjoyable and profound experience rehearsing the funeral music the night before with my dad and uncle as well.

Overall a very deep weekend for me, and extremely emotional.

Thanks for all the replies

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Mr. Nobody - Sun, 07 Jul 2019 23:47:47 EST pdXwTEdW No.896520 Reply
>>896517
Dosed roughly 150 micrograms, by the way. Just in case anyone was wondering about the dosage. It was a slightly large tab. White on white, no taste and I tested it with a test kit beforehand.
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Caroline Gottingbit - Mon, 08 Jul 2019 05:18:03 EST kaHbac2v No.896527 Reply
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>>896517
Sounds a lot like PKD's Adjustment Bureau

Didn't quite understand the timing, but good for you OP.

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