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  1. same thing happened to me, one line and we were listening to raise your weapon by deadmau5 , i was a heavy metal guy at the time but as soon as that bass dropped i was in pure bliss, its like you can feel the music in your soul

  2. I plan on doing a therapy session with MDMA. I have mushrooms that I havent tried yet but MDMA was recommended instead. I was told it's more gentle and can help with repressed memories. I have anxiety/depression, although its mild it's super chronic and it started 2 years ago (out of nowhere). Low testosterone could be a big possibility but my levels aren't always low. I've had 205 at my lowest and 500 at my highest. Anyway, regardless if its low t or not these last 2 years have been hard knowing i dont feel like my normal self and I've been driving myself crazy trying supplements and looking for causes. Hope MDMA helps

  3. There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution

    Aldous Huxley

  4. I genuinely had the exact same experience on mdma as eddie, my first ever experience on mdma changed my entire music taste from hip hop to house/techno. The best drug in the world, you will never go to a rave with people on mdma and find any trouble, just love!

  5. Bravos right about it changing how you perceive music. For me I still listen to the same stuff but I listen to it differently. Rhythm like syncs with my brain, everything’s like I can’t explain but you see the beauty in music more clearly. It’s like you hear shit in the beat you didn’t hear before

  6. There was this high test stuff back in the 1970s by the name of saffafrass. Was synthesized in the 1920s was used extensively for physiological modification. Look it up Sassafras oil to MDA. The shit today is not even close. To make it takes a pharmaceutical chemist with a background in organic chemistry if made properly it's super expensive

  7. I'm MDMAs biggest fan used since 1989 but believe me when I tell you it won't change the world, its a temporary reprieve from the banality and hopelessnes of living in a world of Social Darwinism, plus many people nowadays have no idea how to use MDMA unlike they did in the the 1990s. The only way to change the world is when you come to God under true spiritual enlightnment. Joe Rogan sounds very misinformed

  8. PsychedSubstance on the podcast. Please. And I’m typing this whilst coming down off mdma, actually.

    This is in very high demand, and I really see it happening. This collaboration would literally be perfect, and would spark up the best, most enthusiastic psychedelic-related and life conversations we will ever hear on this podcast. Do it Joe Rogan.

  9. I used to purely listen to rock and metal, as soon as MDMA came into the equation I became a huge fan of rap and electronica, definitely changed my opinion on music for life

  10. The first come up you have is a turning point in your life, I had incredibly deep and emotive conversations with all my friends once we came up and I had never felt more grateful, humble and loving ever in my life. These friendships have been changed entirely now as we were able to communicate in such an honest manner and I say everyone should do it atleast once (obviously in a safe way)

  11. Shit y’all remember on Zoey 101 when that annoying ass chick was waking everyone up singing “I like sassafras you like sassafras we all like sassafras GEE” …. bruh she was geeked the whole show

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