I read a book once that detailed the history of meditation in the western world. It was big in the 60's because they claimed taking some psychedelic drugs and meditating sends you on a crazy trip. It had nothing to do with magick or spirituality, just as another way to experience a high. [Of course, that's just one book, I haven't looked into that any further.] And I do have a friend who whenever we've tried a guided meditation with we've discovered he was high, and he claimed it was a 'trippy experience'. So you can if you want [but I advise against drug use]
Personally no, different types of meditation is for different things, but the main goal is to relax and get in touch with yourself. It's kind of hard when you're high. Again, I'm a square that's never used drugs but from what my teachers and after school specials have taught me, most drugs are an escape and make focus difficult. If you plan to take drugs to help you with some aura work or meditation, kind of hard when your senses are dulled.