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These hallucinatory passages, surrealistic in their essence and narration, succeeded in giving this story its mythical dimensions.
An 8 to 10-milligram dosage of 2C-B can cause a strong hallucinatory effect lasting for six to eight hours, making it about five times the strength of "ecstasy," a narcotic already outlawed, doctors say.
Dreams, nightmares, ravings from agrarian cultures, harmless folklore rubbish, the cumbersome relics of incomprehensible cults of grain and seed, liturgical daydreams of rude worshippers of the bread and wine (of the kind in which a powerful God makes a hidden offering of himself), hallucinatory and short lived parousia and traumatic epiphanies, the dreams of the sick and fairytale novels all seem to have survived only in the Third World of undernourished visionaries.
Synesthetes are people with a brain condition that leads to a hallucinatory welding of senses.
His first feature film experience came when he was recruited by Mike Judge to animate the classic hallucinatory sequence of the feature "Beavis & Butt-Head Do America.
Once past the ultrarealistic massacre of three young pistoleros hiding out in a safe house, the narrative trips into hallucinatory territory.
His Dream Syndicate were trailblazers of the early 80s paisley/acid rock revolution and the first outing in five years from Wynn's miracle workers proves he's lost none of his hallucinatory glow or natural firepower.
Beach Boy-style harmonies hypnotise in this blissed-out rock psychedelia lost in a surreal haze of hallucinatory, swirling strings.
The research has found that people with a higher caffeine intake, from sources such as coffee, tea and caffeinated energy drinks, are more likely to report hallucinatory experiences such as hearing voices and seeing things that are not there.
People with a higher caffeine intake are more likely to report hallucinatory experiences, according to a Durham University study.
It is described in his recent memoir, Miracles of Life (Harper Perennial), with characteristic detachment--the same volatile mix of understated language and hallucinatory dislocation that we find in his fiction.
The high quality of the series isn't in dispute, but the harsh, sometimes hallucinatory stories are an acquired taste.