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PiHKAL - Taking TOM



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

Alexander Shulgin – PIHKAL – A Chemical Love Story

With 40mg of 5-TOM

I knew that I was sinking into a deep reverie after an hour into it.  I was not totally unconscious since I seemed to respond to external stimuli – at least most of the time.  But I certainly wasn’t all that much there.  The experience dominated completely.

At one point – perhaps the peak? – I remember seeing a very quiet sea with a horizontal shoreline and a clear sky.  This image seemed to come back rather frequently.  At other times I would see a set of disjointed horizontal lines on this beach.  These lines reminded me of spectral lines.  For a short period of time I thought they were some kind of expression of my energy levels that I didn’t understand.  In retrospect, I suspect the horizontal lines were only expressions of how my mind was reacting to the material.  I don’t remember talking to anyone until I had started to come down from the experience.

I eventually could see real images, but they were greatly distorted.  It was as if I was looking at Cubism paintings by Picasso, having intense and strange colourations.  As I came back into the real world, I realised that I had had an extraordinary trip.  I had not been afraid at any time.  The experience seemed unique but quite benign

The source of the experience

Shulgin, Alexander

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