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Scenery Slicing by StingrayZ - This image serves as an accurate portrayal of the commonly experienced effect known as scenery slicing.

Scenery slicing is defined as the experience of a person's visual field appearing to split into separate cleanly cut sections, these individual slices then proceed to drift slowly away from their original position before disappearing and resetting to normalcy. This effect typically occurs spontaneously and rarely sustains itself for more than several seconds.

The organisation of these slices can be quite varied; they can be as simple as three separate sections or extremely complex, with formations such as multiple intricate slices of moving interlocking spirals or an infinite variety of other potential geometric designs.

Scenery slicing is often accompanied by other coinciding effects such as environmental cubism and visual disconnection. It is most commonly induced under the influence of moderate dosages of dissociative compounds, such as ketamine, PCP, and DXM. However, it can also occur to a lesser extent under the influence of psychedelics[1] such as LSD, psilocybin, and mescaline.

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4-HO-DPT
O-PCE
2-Fluorodeschloroketamine
Salvinorin A
Experience:2 tabs DOB - My DOB Nightmare
ETH-LAD
25I-NBOH
MiPLA
1B-LSD
3-HO-PCP
2C-E
4-HO-MET
Scenery Slicing by Xanny.gifScenery Slicing by Subsentience
4-AcO-MET
Escaline
2C-I
3-MeO-PCE
Psilocin
2C-T-2
BOD
Llama by Chelsea Morgan.jpgLlama by Chelsea Morgan
Scenery slicing.jpgA Walk in the Park by Chelsea Morgan
Mescaline
Deschloroketamine
2C-T-7
Diphenidine
2C-P
3-HO-PCE
25C-NBOMe
AL-LAD
MET
25C-NBOH
5-MeO-MiPT
Memantine
2C-B
1P-LSD
DPT
3-MeO-PCP
Dextromethorphan
LSA
Ketamine
4-MeO-PCP
25I-NBOMe
Efavirenz
Methoxetamine
Psilocybin mushrooms
LSD
Dissociative scenery slicing by Chelsea Morgan.jpgDissociative scenery slicing by Chelsea Morgan
1P-ETH-LAD
Finn Jumping Rocks by Chelsea Morgan.jpgFinn Jumping Rocks by Chelsea Morgan
DMT
PCP
4-AcO-DMT
25B-NBOH
ΑMT
PCE
Methoxphenidine
25B-NBOMe
Ephenidine
Experience:Into the Multiverse
Ayahuasca


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References

  1. Papoutsis, Ioannis; Nikolaou, Panagiota; Stefanidou, Maria; Spiliopoulou, Chara; Athanaselis, Sotiris (2014). "25B-NBOMe and its precursor 2C-B: modern trends and hidden dangers". Forensic Toxicology. 33 (1): 1–11. doi:10.1007/s11419-014-0242-9. ISSN 1860-8965.