A CONVERSATION AT A RAVE

A conversation at a Rave hits everyone surrounding Ecstasy, a pattented formed of the well known chemical “MDMA”, also know by the street name of “Dove” and now days as “Molly”

But what is this magical chemical used for exactly? Everyone and anyone that has used E for the first time or regularly, well agree and can say that triggers effects of euphoria, empathy and media hysteria. New Millennium rollers can be compared to the so called hippies back in the 70’s; the only difference of course will be that as one takes on the magnificent feeling of MDMA, well the mind itself will be altered to higher level of consciousness; also know as The Next Level.”

(Not so much like hallucination trips on LSD)

Felipe M. Founder of Felsite @ felsite.net
Felipe M. Founder of Felsite @ felsite.net

Produced in the 1950’s by a Germany pharmaceutical company, MDMA quickly reached the Nazi party and was handled by hitler during World War II. Nazis believed in the power of the mind and MDA was the key. Army soldiers were taking MDMA in order to get ready to fight during the war. Hard to believe? Well, you better believe it,  because it’s a fact.

In the 1980’s anyone could go to a bar in the United States and ask for a tab of MDMA, and I mean Pure MDMA.

“Oh yeah, it was cheap, it was legal and it felt amazing.” MDMA was also used in therapy among psychologists in order to open up feelings and emotions in patients who had a hard time expressing themselves. A lot of therapy was done under MDMA, including couples therapy, gay therapy, anger therapy, you name it it was all happening with MDMA.

Once it got out from the psychiatric wards and it became mainstream, the government did what any other government will do, except fort he Netherlands. (They are so open when it comes to Raves), MDMA was banned and it became classified as a scheduled 1 drug. Meaning it was no longer going to be legal for therapeutic use and anyone found with MDMA will be prosecuted and sentenced to prison. Obviously by the time it was banned people already knew why? MDMA raises the seratonin in the brain and opens up your mind. It makes you realize the reality we live in and all the lies and bullshit that government tells us. The government hides so much information from us that it is not convenient for them to release all of it and when people find the truth and open the door between real and imagination, well, that is when serious stuff happens around us and we become aware of the world we live in.

“Take the blue pill and you wake in the fake world or just take the red pill to know the truth”

Better Living Through Circuitry

“Better Living Through Circuitry is a 1999 documentary directed by Jon Reiss about the Electronic Dance movement of the 90’s. The documentary is considered the first full-length film that goes behind the Electronic Dance scene and uncovers the culture it has spawned. The film presented aspects of rave culture such as empowerment through technology, the DIY (do-it-yourself) ethic, and the flowering of a new spirituality embracing transcendence through sound and rhythm. A cross-section of the techno subculture is represented as ravers, DJs and musicians speak for themselves about their music and ideals.”

A RAVE . . .

(from the verb: to rave) is a large party or festival featuring performances by disc jockeys (colloquially called DJs) and occasionally live performers playing electronic music, particularly electronic dance music (EDM).

Rave all night - felsite.net
Rave all night – Felsite

Music played at raves include house, trance, techno, drum and bass, hardcore and other forms of electronic dance music with the accompaniment of laser light shows, projected images, visual effects and smoke machines.

Rave culture originated mostly from acid house music parties in the mid-to-late 1980s in the Chicago area in the United States. After Chicago house artists began experiencing overseas success, it quickly spread to the United Kingdom, mainland Europe and the rest of the United States.

Raving in itself is a syllabus free dance, whereby the movements are not predefined and the dance is performed randomly, dancers take immediate inspiration from the music and their mood. Rave dance refers to the street dance styles that evolved alongside rave culture. Such dances are street dances since they evolved alongside the underground rave movements, thus without the intervention of dance studios. Sometimes club-oriented dances would be danced to rave music, too, for example, tecktonik is sometimes danced to fast-paced electro house.

By Felipe M. @ felsite.net

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