Prince Harry Claims Magic Mushrooms, Cannabis, Cocaine Let Him See ‘The Truth’

In memoir, UK's Prince Harry claims 'physical attack' by Prince William
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Troubled California-based royal Harry, Duke of Sussex, has suggested that illegal drug abuse helped him see “the truth”, according to his memoir Spare.

While the Z-list style tell-all memoir, which also details such inglorious incidents as Harry losing his virginity outdoors to an older woman who treated him like a horse and being tossed into a dog food bowl by brother William during an argument over Meghan Markle’s alleged rudeness, was not supposed to be released until Tuesday, with pre-release publicity tightly controlled through tame legacy media journalists.

This plan has been thwarted by Spanish bookshops releasing the Spanish-language version of the memoir, however, with the press now awash with light write-ups of various sordid episodes in the woke royal’s life — including hard drug abuse from the age of 17.

“I was a 17-year-old willing to try almost anything that would upset the established order. At least that was what I was trying to convince myself of,” said Harry of the fact that he started doing lines of cocaine in 2002 — perhaps not aware of the fact that he still seems bent on upsetting the established order as a multi-millionaire in his late thirties.

While cocaine made him feel “different” it did not, the prince recalls, make him notably happier — but taking magic mushrooms in California while drunk of tequila had a more profound impact.

Harry recalled seeing a bathroom rubbish bin appearing to stare at him and growing a head, while a toilet turned into a head as well and began talking to him — an incident he described as “the experience of a lifetime”. He also asked the moon to change his life.

Two years later he married Meghan Markle, now Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

Harry also revealed that he is a long-term cannabis abuser, and that he believes psychedelic drugs helped him see there is “another world where the red mist d[oesn’t] exist”.

Red mist appears to be Prince Harry’s way of discussing anger or violence, perhaps a coping mechanism developed through his use of a therapist. In the book, he describes having seen “the red mist” inside his brother Prince William during the incident in which the heir apparent physically put him into a bowl of dog food.

The effect of being able to see “another world” is said to have stuck with the prince after the drugs wore off, leaving him with a conviction that his other world is ”just as real and twice as beautiful” as the real one, which is “not all there is.”

“Only the truth existed,” Harry opined.

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