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The world's most famous mescaline trip.

Sorry, not mine, Aldous Huxley’s.
Some of you may have heard of Aldous Huxley through his most famous novel Brave New World that was published in 1932. 1,157 more words

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (Review from the Dreggs)

I found some of the reviews I wrote for my school newpaper in highschool.  They are probably terrible but my ideas are still relavent so I will have them coming about now and again when I don’t have the time to finish a book for you. 476 more words


Nero and Sporus II

Dark stirrings in the perfumed air

Touch your cheeks, lift your hair,

With softer fingers I caress,

Sporus, all your loveliness.

Round as a fruit, tree-tangled shines… 56 more words

SCT — The new attention disorder

A friend alerted me to a recent NYT article about what promises to become the next pediatric psychiatric diagnosis du jour: sluggish cognitive tempo disorder… 348 more words

Marginal Notes

The Light Fandango

A few weeks ago, a friend posted a beautiful quote on Facebook.  It’s from Island by Aldous Huxley, a book I read a couple years ago and loved. 738 more words


Aldous Huxley (Subtly) Advocated for Letter Writing Because We Live in the Age of Noise

Aldous Huxley wrote this in the mid 1940s:

“The twentieth century is, among other things, the Age of Noise. Physical noise, mental noise, and noise of desire — we hold history’s record for all of them. 249 more words

Political Epistles