I was at reading fest last summer when a friend offered some salvia
i was at a festival.. hardly going to say no..
in all honesty i had never heard of salvia before or it’s effects but was told the trips were similar to LSD so screw it, might as well festivals not a festival without a bit of experimentation.
Jesus christ…,i didnt think it would be that harsh!
anyhow first two hits were fine experiencing like level 1-2 laughing at my mates hawaiian shirt seeing it move and swirl, that sort of thing..
then on the third hit i literally felt myself leave my body and the physical world and went to what i’d call a dream world? I had left the visual world and all my senses were now in my hallucination.
haha i just remember saying after the third hit, “ahh man i’ll be back in 5″
i entered this like spinning vortex where this angel-like woman was in total control and pulling me upwards through these spinning doors and zips around me it was like a black hole or porthole guiding me through with the most amazing colours and patterns whirling and spinning, I persumed I was entering the “real” world and this life in fact wasn’t the true world. I went into a huge state of panic and realised i’d be leaving my bofriend, friends, sister etc in the apparant world and started to cry as tried to escape this world but there was no way i could. These spinning shutters and doors every 2 seconds or so would flicker the real world and so was able to see my friends for a moment and realised that was the loop hole back to the real world. However, in this image everything was made of lego, kinda weird. After about 3 minuits of crying and in total panic i managed to secure the loop hole and got through, everything still made of lego bricks, fucking weird. After that it began to fade away but I was pretty silent for a few hours after in a state of shock. Doesn’t sound that scary but the thought of leaving this world just did my head in, it was like salvia was what accessed you into the real world and this one had been a big lie. Haha i reckon i’d try it again.