Citation: Cameron. "From Heaven to Hell: An Experience with Pharmahuasca (exp98565)". Erowid.org. May 2, 2021. erowid.org/exp/98565
One summer morning I planned another experience with DMT. I had previously smoked the substance prior to this, as well as experimented with edibles once before (in addition to my unrelated usage of marijuana, LSA, peyote, and shrooms). Because the previous ingestion of a single pill had little effect on my person (later research proved that this was due to the pork I had eaten hours before, which also resulted in a horrible sickness when blended with the MAOI), for this experience I had chosen to take two pharmayahuasca capsules. Big mistake.
For the next hour I worked briefly outside as I anticipated the drugs to set in. I then stepped inside, as I predicted the experience to begin shortly, and began watching an episode of Happy Seven (excellent anime). Suddenly, the drug wrapped around my mind.
My computer monitor was exploding with vibrant colors, as I peered around the room and witnessed deep purple spots across the carpet. I was in a new world, and a spectacular one at that. The room blended together so smoothly, in combination with the still-breathtaking lights emulating from my computer screen.
Only minutes later I began to feel an illness come over me, and retreated to my bed until my stomach recovered. It was then that I was opened to a universe of COVs, fantastic colors, and pleasant music (what I now assume to be my mattress springs). I assumed I had died and reached heaven, and was glad to be there. I was no more than an entity of energy, free to toy with a lone universe. And just as soon as it began, the experience abruptly ended as I blacked out.
The remainder of the events remain clouded in my memory, but from what I have been told, I then began a loud chanting in my room. I do recall my step-mother banging on my door demanding to be inquired as to what was happening on the other side. After several loud knocks and screams, she pushed her way in, only to be attacked by a delirious me.
Fortunately, there was minimal damage done to her (as well as relatively-low property damage), but above all I thank God I did not harm myself any further. The police were called, whom I apparently also attacked in my drug-induced state. All of this was to be discovered when I awoke in the back of an ambulance.
I was later admitted to a mental hospital after the near 24 hours spent in the ER.
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