Experiences - Does SWIY feel "the waves" on LSD?

Discussion in 'LSD' started by ProtectedByTheGods, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. ProtectedByTheGods

    ProtectedByTheGods Newbie

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    Greetings fellow psychonauts

    I have noticed something peculiar about the way LSD (and LSA too,
    by the way) seems to hit him.

    He feels what he likes to describe as "waves":cool:.
    As in one moment you feel totally sober, the next moment he is being
    overwhelmed by pure LSD energy sometimes loaded with anxiety.
    Then a few timeunits later he feels relaxed again. A few moments later
    the next big wave comes and goes.

    He notices this mostly on coming up, where the waves get bigger and
    longerlasting. Tide is coming in.:D
    During peak he is almost constantly surfing the top of the wave,
    so he doesn't feel it so much coming and going.
    Then on comedown, as the tide seems to get lower and lower,
    some time and again a big wave will come and launch him high up again
    for some timeunits. He will feel as he is tripping solidly again, just not
    constantly. The waves then become less violent and further spaced apart.

    Any comments on this? Is this just my own way to trip on LSD/LSA
    or does most anyone feel that way?

    I don't consider himself very experienced, based on the 5 or 6
    occasions he downed and felt low to moderate doses of LSD, and some
    4 or 5 trips off of argyreia nervosa or ipomeia violacea.
     
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  2. chAos

    chAos Silver Member

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    Re: Do You feel the waves?

    That's a very common effect of lsd. I also have waves like that on the comedown of a mushroom trip.
     
  3. Henfer

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    Re: Do You feel the waves?

    SWIM's also getting this "surges" of pure energy... like pure energy is crawling up his spine, and then getting in the head and feeling just soooo good...

    is this also common on LSD?

    besides this, yeah I know what you're talking of except the anxiety. SWIM somehow hasn't had any kind of bad feelings on LSD up to now.
     
  4. WhiteRhino420

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    Re: Do You feel the waves?

    how many blotters did You have?
     
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    Nagognog2 Iridium Member

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    Re: Do You feel the waves?

    I don't see that question can elicit any viable information. Blotter is a generic term for any paper-soaked LSD form - which could contain anywhere from 0 to 3000+mcg.
     
  6. ProtectedByTheGods

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    Re: Do You feel the waves?

    SWIM always feels the waves when he indulges in LSD, except when he gets
    ripped off with very very weak material.

    He has come to feel that the waves are a particular effect of LSD, as he has never
    felt them with any other drug, except for LSA.

    He wonders if they are a unique trademark sign for LSD, and if he could tell
    the drug apart from, say, DOx compunds or other Research Chemicals by the absence
    or presence of these waves.
     
  7. greenthumm419

    greenthumm419 Newbie

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    Re: Do You feel the waves?

    SWIM notices the waves, but on higher doses the peak lasts longer so its just intense for a longer time without the break in tripping. He says 2CE also has feelings of waves of intensity with some breaks.
     
  8. somedude4

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    SWIM definitely felt the waves when he was on LSA. Especially when listening to music, during the pause in between tracks he could feel himself returning closer to reality. Also felt waves of pressure all over his body, sometimes it felt like his face was being pressed against glass.