The user of an LSD jellyfish sees new and exciting things when looking through his own special jellyfish-like eyes. He will see many different shapes, colors and patterns that he did not see before ingesting the acid. The eyes themselves are derived from the outer layers of a jellies' tentacles; they are similar to our eyes in structure and function. They also have lenses, cornea, an iris and eyelids- all with similar functions as our eyes. A user will also be able to see outside of his own vision; he will be able to perceive what other people are seeing without distortion or hallucinations.
Fantasy short-story and illustration by David S. Soriano 2022
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