Replication index

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In the context of psychonautics, a replication is defined as a work that recreates the subjective effects that can be experienced under the influence of hallucinogens. The term is only applicable when the creative output is from a "first person" vantage point and can be made through the use of images, video and audio. Replications ideally serve to record and represent certain experiences at a level of detail which written language and descriptive analysis are unable to achieve.

Examples are shown below. To view more replications, click on the grey dots on the right side of the pictures.

Acuity enhancement

Colour enhancement

Pattern recognition enhancement

Double vision


Colour shifting


Symmetrical texture repetition

Scenery slicing

Environmental orbism

Galaofspheres.JPGGalatea of the Spheres by Salvador Dalí
Tiresome Threesome by Bonnie rychlak.jpgTiresome Threesome by Bonnie rychlak
Coloured Dreams by Bonnie rychlak.jpgColoured Dreams by Bonnie rychlak
5-MeO-DMT Visualization.pngFly Vision by Perry

Environmental cubism

Geometry (Artwork)

Geometry (Fractals)

Autonomous entities

Shadow people

Unspeakable horrors


The links below contain Youtube tutorials which provide methods behind the replication of specific or multiple subjective effects. Please list any instructional guides regarding this topic below and be sure to credit the original author.

Auditory replications

At medium and higher dosages, the effect of DiPT is typically a radical shift downward in perceived pitch.

See also