Citation: C. "Everything Talked To Me: An Experience with 4-AcO-DMT (exp105916)". Erowid.org. Apr 21, 2021. erowid.org/exp/105916
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I bought 257 mg of 4-ACO-DMT. This was the first time I have ever had any sort of psychedelic substance.
I went to my friend's house and dropped 60 mg of 4-ACO with him. We both have never tried psychedelics, we had a tripsitter who was able to drive.
An hour into the trip we began to feel the heavy body load of the 4-ACO and we started to hallucinate. The hallucinations were not moving but were very still and hard to tell apart from reality.
An hour later we went to a shed and that is where we spent the rest of the night. We both fell to the floor of the shed which was covered in a fake grasslike material which you would see on a golf course, in the light it was very sparkly which helped the hallucinations. While walking to the shed I saw my friend's face in all three dimensions on random objects, tree stumps, walls, etc. This was a very scary experience. On the floor of the shed I could barely move and was saying random things to the tripsitter, a few I remember were, 'Will Smith, Adam Douglas, Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Saul Goodman, and, 'God?'. The experience was very humbling and spiritual in a sense. This trip lasted from seven PM to eleven PM. At eleven PM there were still some psychoactive effects, everything seemed to move slightly and it was very pleasurable. I wouldn't say it was a bad trip, but it was not a good one.
At 1 AM we gave our tripsitter 120 MG and began to tripsit him. Once it start to hit him he kept asking if he was in trouble and asking when it will end. He started off the trip bad but we got him moving. Once we got him moving he began to have a good time. The key in making his trip good was keeping him moving. When he sat down he started to go into his headspace and scare himself.
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