The Lowdown

Group Hallucinations

One the most famous psychedelic drugs in the world, Lysergic acid diethylamide, is the topic of discussion. Better known as acid or lsd, people have been experimenting with this interesting chemical since the dawn of its creation in 1938. I’m sure you’re all quite familiar with the history of acid so i won’t be getting into those kinds of details right now, if you’re interested in such things here’s a link to wikipedia. Today, however, I will be sharing an old trip story that I know you will enjoy.

 Please comment below if you have an idea or story to share. Everyone’s opinion matters here and everyone’s input is greatly appreciated! 

The reason I’m writing about this particular acid trip is because it was one of the few ‘group’ hallucinations I’ve ever experienced, not to mention it’s just one of those things that most people have a hard time believing, whether or not they have experienced the phenomenon for themselves. The evening began like any other party night, my buddy Travis and I were chilling out at his place preparing ourselves for a few sweet and tasty sugar cubes that we obtained a couple hours earlier. After fetching the cubes out of the freezer, we started playing some old Rock Band on the PS3. I gotta say, that game fucking kicks ass if you’re stoned, easily one of the best game to play while adventuring through the mind. 

So, have you ever experienced a hallucination which was shared amongst you and another person or persons? It’s crazy, and super awesome when you first begin to realize what’s going on. When we realized it was happening to us, we freaked out. Basically what happened was, both of us slowly started glancing over at the other couch next to the one we were siting on in the living room. The hallucination was essentially the sense and almost appearence of two other guys sitting on said empty couch, watching us play Rock Band and laughing along with us as if they were just hanging out.

 It’s difficult to explain exactly what I am talking about, but it’s as if Travis and I both felt their presence.Who were they and where did they come from? I will never forget the moment the both of us realized we were “seeing” the same thing. The actual image of two people did not exist completely, but we could sense them, and almost visualize them from a different point of view. Sorta felt like i gained psychic abilities or something for a little while, man, dose will do weird things to your perception. This was definately one of the strangest trips I’ve ever had to say the least. How can two people share the same hallucination?

 Personally I haven’t heard all that many ‘group trip’ stories from a lot of people, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t heard any at all. Among certain friends I’ve had the pleasure of listening to a few amazing ‘group trip’ hallucination experiences which defy explanation in today’s boring world. 🙂 A simple explanation for this phenomenon? Well, we are all connected. The planet Earth and the human race are all one. These things are possible, and they happen every day to curious, happy people all over the world who like to experiment. 😉

 Have a story to tell? Kinetic Lowdown would love to hear it! Please share your group trip experiences below, we look forward to hearing from you. 


“I’m in awe of the universe, but I don’t necessarily believe there’s an intelligence or agent behind it. I do have a passion for the visual in religious rituals, though, even though they may be completely empty and bereft of substance. The incense is powerful and provocative, whether Buddhist or Catholic.”

-David Bowie



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