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by Creo
Citation:   Creo. "Waterwall: An Experience with 2C-E (exp87480)". Nov 26, 2018.

  oral 2C-E (liquid)


[Erowid Note: The dose described in this report is very high, potentially beyond Erowid's 'heavy' range, and could pose serious health risks or result in unwanted, extreme effects. Sometimes extremely high doses reported are errors rather than actual doses used.]

My first experience wasn't exactly warranted, I knew nothing about the chemical and it was more or less 'slipped' to me. And it was 55mg.

A few minutes after I drank it, I went inside, messed around with some friends, listened to music, my mood was well uplifted, I could tell. I was happy and energetic and was eager to have fun and be active.

About an hour after consumption, there was an explosion of kaleidoscope everywhere. I saw colors and patterns swirling and turning and changing, but all in unison and in a very weird but connected way, and it seemed to control time. Time seemed to keep looping back on itself, starting over, so the emotions that came with the feelings kept starting over.

In an instant, I was filled with terror and angst, lost my balance, couldn't talk, things got a little out of control.

After I called a trusty friend to explain to him what was happening, he told me what to do: which included turning off all the blacklights, turning on the lights, turning off the tv, making anyone that I wasn't comfortable with leave, and sitting down while listening to either very soft music, or none at all.

After this, it was almost instantly fine. Everything felt wonderful. My sense of time was still distorted, and colors and lights were flying every which way making complex patterns at different speeds. I put on some good trance music and went outside with my buddy Swirl while he smoked a cigarette.

I had never seen a more beautiful cigarette. I couldn't stop watching him inhale, move it around, play with his smoke. The cherry on the end eventually split into three cherries and they danced with each other in the air, then everything went purple.

Skipping to my last trip on 2C-E, which was 40mg, it started with the walls starting to pulsate and breathe. I remember seeing one of my music posters that has a piano on top of the ocean waves, the waves were thrashing around going every which way, and at the bottom of the poster the waves were changing colors.

I looked over at my entertainment center and saw what used to be my stacks of DVDs, but they all blended together and there was a vortex of color in the middle, spinning violently.

This gave me an idea. I hooked up my Macbook to my bigscreen, set the volume to come out of my floor speakers, turned on some really good Infected Mushroom, then initiated the iTunes Visualiser in full screen and turned out all the lights. I was there till morning.

Lasting side effects: Abhorrent metallic taste and smell, incredibly and increasingly uncomfortable. I felt it even while I was sober, and it took me months of not tripping on 2C-E to get it to go away. Also, solid colors no longer appear as solid colors. It's more like a swirly waterfall, but all over the place.

For instance, a white wall with not much on it, when stared at for about 5 seconds, everything just starts swirling and I see what looks like a waterfall without gravity. But I only see it on solid colors whether clothing, walls, pillows, even the open blue sky.

The smell went away, which was good cause I hated it. The waterwall (as I coined it for myself) is still very much present. And I'd be lying if I said I didn't enjoy it.

After tripping a total of 7 times on this chemical (which isn't much at all), I've decided to not trip on research chemicals anymore.

Exp Year: 2010ExpID: 87480
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: 19 
Published: Nov 26, 2018Views: 809
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2C-E (137) : Retrospective / Summary (11), HPPD / Lasting Visuals (40), Not Applicable (38)

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