Citation: SchizotoxicApocalyps. "The Powers of the Air: An Experience with Methamphetamine, Kratom & Cannabis (exp111141)". Erowid.org. Apr 21, 2018. erowid.org/exp/111141
So I got approximately half a gram of 'blue' or clear crystal meth, very pure, after meeting this guy at a bar who asked if I wanted to throw down on some shit. It is very affordable. I used it over about a week, got pretty sleep deprived, and one day, I took it with some kratom capsules and smoked some bowls I sprinkled some on, and I had this experience, waking dream or something that some vortex with this matrix vibe like captured me and took me to hell and it was like this giant webbed serpent of fire, Leviathan. And there was no place for me there and I escaped and swam out of the abyss and came upon what I interpreted as the Word, which was like a sun of wisdom and righteousness over an ocean speaking and moving about in that manner, kind of transforming between softness and wrath like a Tazmanian devil torching the serpent.
Then I snapped out of it, went and took a piss behind a bush and saw beings in the sky, spiritual clear discarnate creatures traveling in a band of them across the sky in the clouds. And there was this dark cloud shaped like a two horned being with its finger up like directing them at first in dance and then in marching. They were curvy horned entities in like fantasy style tunics and like boots I think I recall. And I think the dancing to marching could be responsive truly or deceitfully to my expression of pride in sort of casting this serpent off me with hostility that kept bothering me like a cloud of nats or mosquitos or something. There was this other ugly football headed entity or something that kept jumping up from behind a cloud and making crazy faces at me I think I had seen on mushrooms before. It was some strange dilirium for sure and sort of resonated with things I was reading by prophets like Isaiah I think it was in the Bible
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