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I was on acid with a buddy of mine. I went to get him a glass of water came back and he asked where was his water. I said 'Didn't i already get you it?' He said no. All i remember was thinking about me getting the glass of water and him saying no that it didn't happen. I asked him again 'Did that just happen?' He said no. Then i asked a third time and he responded a third time no. What happened after that was very frightening. My mind twigged out and i fell to the floor crying.
The second time a familiar thing happened was when i was in the david lawrence center. They said i had a chemical imbalance cause i was hearing voices and much more. But i was talking to this man who was around his late twenties. The same thing happened he said no three times responding to what i was asking. He responded in a no as in what i was asking was not true. Then it happened again my mind kinda flipped and images just flowed in my head in chaos. I got up and walked away in fear.
Did something from the first experience create this terror in my mind? Or was it two same insidents of some type of mind control?
I don't know what the fuck happened but it still bothers me to this day.
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Re: An experience i had. [Re: Droz] #642631 - 05/24/02 04:04 AM (15 years, 9 days ago)
Yeah that would explain it. But did the first experience somehow embed this in my mind. Cause the second experience i was clinically insane at the time. Also the same guy played other tricks on my mind where he said 'alpha person alpha man' and had my mind thinking crazy, not that i wasn't already. Then he finally like took it away said something and snapped his fingers twice and it was like it was released. I don't know it may have just been my mind playing tricks on me. Schizophrenia is a scary thing.