Found these among the wreckage that is my aunt’s antique collection. Featuring my personal favorite: The Twilight Zone
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Implications of LSD and Experimental Mysticism
Walter N. Pahnke & William A. RichardsJournal of Religion & Health, Vol. 5, 1966, pp. 175-208.
Mirrored in the sensationalistic array of recent magazine and newspaper articles focusing upon the past, present, and future uses of drugs like LSD is a blurred spectrum of attitudes ranging from an indignant desire to destroy a terrifying plague of drug-induced psychoses to a naive belief that the keys to Utopia have finally been placed into the hands of man. 12,599 more words
By: Ken Kesey
Publication Date: 1962