50 Hits Of Acid: The Whole Crazy Affair
@thomaschong So what happens to the people who get their brains destroyed in death exactly?
@synapse, Well, that depends, depending which part of it is destroyed, you might never perceive sights, sounds, or tastes in your last trip. If all of it is destroyed… Think what it was like before you were born.
@birdflyinghigh, Totally different actually, everything felt so vivid and real, its just like remembering yesterday, man.
Will the real tommy Chong please stand up! Nice story dude :D
I would love to see this animated or something! What an awesome story!
@tripps, Only Ralph Bakshi has the imagination to bring it to life, man.
@thomaschong Isn’t the brain always destroyed no matter how you die? Or do you mean the brain is literally crushed or ripped apart in an accident as opposed to drowning or dying of old age? Just curious because this story is so incredible, I want to experience this.
@ahende12, Exactly, if your brain is in once piece, you’ll experience this, if its crushed or ripped apart or what have you, you won’t.
@thomaschong, Thanks for the story. felt it on a lot of levels. Helped me move past lingering fear over previous experiences and trust all the best things I’ve learned.
I’m sorry but I am very hesitant to believe that this was actually happened. I felt like I already heard this story before…
I believe if you had went to the 5th dimension transition, you would have done “Mahasamadhi” or attained complete enlightenment.
@lytning91, 50 hits isn’t deadly or anything.
The only guy to ALMOST die from acid was exposed to 3,000 hits.
@capn, Hmmm… you may be onto something.
@jellywh4le, I think you misunderstood me: I said “coming back” and what I meant by that was someone developing permanent psychosis and being unable to come back to normal.
Thank you much for sharing this man.
I feel clearer. Like diving into your trip wiped away my cookies and cache.
I’m super green compared to your travels, I have such the brain for this though. Man just to have that opportunity laid upon me, I can feel the weight lifting away even now,
Love, nothing but love for what you have shared. I can’t be thankful enough. @thomaschong,
This was an amazing read and everytime i read about someones trip i want to try it but still have hesitations. Took shrooms a few times but now enough to have insane visuals or anything near what you have experienced. I started laughing my ass off once you got back to your kitchen from the basement. Anyways great story and i look forward to reading more from you man.
Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant!
@cosmicplur, No problem man, I’m really glad you liked it.
Bumped for awesomeness! =)
Extremely interesting story. Thank you for sharing. If only sleep was so interesting. I really need to learn to do lucid dreaming more effectively and meet my guardian. I did have some lucid dreams recently though that were interesting. I asked my dream what a soul was and it came up with the response “A traditional form of magrick”. I was reading the answers to my questions from a book, and it appeared some of the words were non-sensical. I’m not sure why. I guess that was just a typo or something, lol.
awesome trip report, thanks for sharing :)
It seems to me like you just are reposting this guy’s story. Sorry, but I am hesitant to believe you
Whether someone could truly remember that level of information is debatable. But it was still a fun read.
Are you really Thomas Chong?
@spaceghost, Man, there’s a chance I might be, but I could also be Timothy Leary or Justin Bieber, there is no way to tell, its the soul of a person that matters, not his name or what he’s done, we look at celebrity’s as idealistic gods, they’re all and we’re all just people, man.
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