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First let me say I have NEVER taken drugs. EVER, meaning hallucinogenic type. I have migraines so I do take an over the counter migraine tablet daily. But in the last few years I have seen images of advance math on walls, furniture, almost everywhere, almost like graffiti. I am a high school grad with some college. Terrible at math and don't understand what I'm seeing. I've looked on the internet regarding the images and have come very close to finding what I'm seeing but not finding why I'm seeing it. Does it have something to with migraines? Triangles and letters in fractions, wiggly equal signs, cursive capital letters with plus signs and lesser and greater symbols. I'm hoping I'm not going nutty. Does anyone have a clue as to what this might be? I've searched and searched. A little hesitant to tell anyone.