„The oxygen caused us immediate physical dependence beause our mother used it during pregnancy. The oxygen-dependents hallucinate obscurely through the mirror, who do not need the material anymore, they see face-to-face. (Source)“

Quotes from him, Source
Добавить примечание: (hu) Az oxigén születésünkkor azonnali fizikai függőséget okozott, mert anyánk már a terhesség alatt használta. Az oxigénfüggők tükör által homályosan hallucinálnak, akiknek már nincs az anyagra szükségük, színről színre látnak. (Source)

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