Under the influence of psychedelics, hallucinations do not arise, but only pseudo-hallucinations. Those. if you see Buddha, you will clearly understand that this is just an image that will soon be replaced by others. It will not be possible to talk to him.
Talking with a virtual buddha or jesus will not only work out, but is also actively used in psychedelic therapy, when the patient can literally talk to himself in childhood or experience a traumatic situation under the guidance of a therapist. The peculiarity of serotonin psychedelics is that a person experiences completely realistic sensations without losing awareness (with the right dosage).
Well, you have some questions, comrade investigator)) But seriously, I am somewhat familiar with phenylethylamines and tryptamines. At certain dosages, rather high (although when using LSD, the concept of high begins somewhere at 300 ug), people note the presence of rather strong religious experiences. I will not lie, personally I have not yet taken above 150-170 ug, with this amount of substance the trip is much easier and more controlled. When taking psychedelics, the quantity and quality of the effects increases with the dosage, and some of my friends noted something similar. I myself am not a religious person and I even wonder how these effects will appear in my mind. Although this is a little like a conversation (in a sober, without the influence of surfactants), the experience itself leaves a rather strong impression. In the end, the Internet is full of trip reports, you can read on the same erowid, if English is at odds. In general, kids, don't mindlessly eat stamps and pillboxes with the desire to watch cartoons. LSD is a powerful Schedule I psychoactive substance that can get you in trouble with the law and / or turn your brain on the wrong side if taken without proper preparation and understanding why you are doing it at all. There is no "high" in the usual sense for drug addicts from psychedelics. The substance allows you to get "administrator access" to your subconscious, so to speak, with the ability to make changes to some files. Therefore, the maximum positive effect can be achieved under the supervision of a specialist psychologist experienced in psychedelics. Don't mess with LSD!
I've tried. It was 10 years ago. I'll make a reservation right away that after that I decided not to use anything like this again. Regarding Jesus and Buddha, it all depends on the person. If you are a deeply religious person, even on a subconscious level (is it possible?), Then most likely you will see something similar. It all depends on the environment and on the people who will be next to you at that moment.
Have not tried it. But from what I read - this is the removal of locks on perception. You can see the sound, for example. Or hear the warmth. Because all brain areas responsible for perception become active. And when one becomes active, the others also become active and a kind of hallucinations appear. But what you see is certainly not true =)