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Lost In Space

One evening, I took an exhausted brown rice/vermiculite cake (from home cultivation), and made tea for two by boiling it in about 4 cups of water, then straining the water through a coffee filter and a Green Tea bag.



One evening, I took an exhausted brown rice/vermiculite cake (from home cultivation), and made tea for two by boiling it in about 4 cups of water, then straining the water through a coffee filter and a Green Tea bag.

A good friend of mine and I drank the resulting tea, which was fairly unpleasant in taste, and ate about half a gram of dried shrooms each.

Over the next 45 minutes, we bought tickets at the local dollar theater to see Lost In Space and smoked a couple of bowls for a jump start. At this point, chillin in the movie theater parking lot, my friend's truck began to breathe. That should say it all.

On to the movie:
Outside of a couple of camera shots in which a panoramic view of the stars turned quickly, creating a completely disoriented effect as though I were spinning on my axis, we both found the movie to be fascinating but too restrictive to enjoy the peak.

At any rate, we ended up on my pool deck a couple of hours later, staring at the stars with none other than Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon playing on my CD player.

We were babbling on in some trippy fashion about life on other planets when we both noticed two small, red dots moving in the same direction through the sky. We determined that they must be ariplanes; but then one of them suddenly stopped and turned white, assuming the position of a stationary star. Upon further review of the second one, we noticed that the small light seemed to pulse not only red, but also yellow and dark blue, each time in a slightly different spot.

Over the next two hours we saw two more of these objects and became engrossed in discussion while watching all kinds of wonderful patterns dance in the sky and bizzare things jump out of the woods behind my house.

We still have no idea what exactly it was that we saw in the sky that night, but we know these objects made no noise and cannot be easily explained.

Then again, it could just be the drug . . .

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