Talk:Hyperspace lexicon

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Let's try to keep it in alphabetical order. Easier to find stuff, that way...

This is the current breakthrough defintion.

State traveler gets after ingesting the breakthrough dose of DMT. Beyond life or death. Beyond time or space or known dimensions. Inherently synaesthetic. Ultra sharp edges and highly polished surfaces. Endlessly morphing and fractalizing details. A sense of extremely high energy and vibration as well as frantic activity. All One. Feels oddly familiar - maybe where you were before birth and will return after death? Everything that ever is, has been, can be, will be, never was, never could be . . . . .

I think it is helpful to distinguish more between:

- the act of breaking through - the state on reaches after breaking through. - hyperspace and breakthrough: the first being the place one reaches after the act of the breakthrough

In the definition we now have, hyperspace and breakthrough, and even specific states one can reach after breakthrough and in hyperspace ('all one' etc.) mingle through eachother, maybe creating more confusion than clarification....

NGC_2264's psychotic breakdown chronicle

It just bothers me to have this here in such a prominent place. It feels as if it was poisoning the well. I really feel for NGC_2264, and hope he managed to get the help he needs, but are his experiences typical, generalizable, or in any way useful to a rookie traveler? No. It's pure, distilled fear and loathing disguised as an entity classification system. If someone is interested, it's there in the forum under Quality Experience Reports - I table a motion to remove the whole thing once and for all from this page. PsyDuckmonkey (talk) 16:59, 22 December 2018 (CET)

Okay nobody raised an objection, I'm doing it. Goodbye Satan. :P If the community decides later that it should indeed be included, we can always put it back. Merry Yuletide everyone. PsyDuckmonkey (talk) 23:19, 23 December 2018 (CET)
I put it back as right now it's my word against AstraLex. Could some others chip in with thoughts? It just doesn't read like a lexicon to me. PsyDuckmonkey (talk) 22:34, 26 December 2018 (CET)