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Drugs in chronological order - Ethanol, Nicotine, Weed, Various Cannabinoids, LSD, AMT, MDAI, bufotenine, LSA, cocaine, 5-MeO-DALT, MPA, MDMA, DOM, 2C-B, Mushrooms, DMT, Etizolam, Amphetamine, Diazepam, Lorazepam, Propanolol, 2C-E, Ketamine, Mescaline, Ethylphenidate, Methylphenidate, bk-2C-B, MXP, MDA, 3-FPM 25i-NBOMe, 25c-NBOMe, 25b-NBOMe, Dimenhydrinate, 25i-NBOH, 25c-NBOH, 25b-NBOH, GHB, DOB, 1P-LSD, 2C-I, DOC
Drug of choice
Weed, DOM, LSD, 2C-B, 2C-E, The NBOH family, MXP, MDA, Used to Love MDMA, but am currently looking for a non-neurotoxic replacement.
Mr. Nobody, The Matrix, Fight Club, Cloud Atlas, Interstellar
Rick and Morty, Community, Adventure Time, Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, The Regular Show, Workaholics, Vikings
The Weeknd, Frank Ocean, Michael Jackson, Queen, Animal Collective, Shpongle, The Beatles, Immortal Technique, Childish Gambino, Akala, 1200 Micrograms, Chillstep (in general), and loads of others
Brave New World, 1984, The Infinite Mindfield, Sci-fi, Fantasy, religious texts
Grand Strategy, Strategy, Shooters, MMOs, Action-Adventure, etc. (Pretty much anything apart from sports games)
I eat anything
Energy drinks, Irn Bru, fresh pineapple juice
Places I have lived
Vilnius, Lithuania; Sofia, Bulgaria; Rolle, Switzerland; Gstaad, Switzerland; Edinburgh, Scotland
American International School of Vilnius, Anglo-American School of Sofia, Institut Le Rosey, University of Edinburgh. As for the proper education, I received that through endless browsing of the internet, watching a lot of documentaries, and personal reading. Schools were always a bit boring for me, they never taught you enough.
I'm an avid reader and a person who constantly strives to learn more, when I was younger that thirst for knowledge was usually quenched through the natural sciences, a good deal of philosophy, as well as some history, and a tonne of mathematics mixed into it. I was an arrogant anti-theist and nothing made me happier than slamming people's opinion down with a Dawkins-esque or better yet a Hitchens-esque response which would shut them up (or make them angry). However, this all changed (as well as my thirst for unending knowledge) when I first tried Lysergic Acid Diethylamide back in 2012. Since then, my rational side has come to realise the importance of the spiritual and creative side of myself. I have been on a journey to 'collect' and understand the experiences caused by as many psychedelic drugs as I can get my hands on, as well as to show others the way.