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What Does LSD Do To You?

It makes you laugh. It makes you wonder and touch things in fascination. It makes you want to suck on the great Breast that is the World… 570 more words

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Motivated By Curiosity And A Desire For The Truth – Part Fourteen

I have always wondered whether there is a correlation between religious ecstasy and narcotics ever since seeing a sadhu in India. Could the use of hallucinogens in a religious context produce the sort of mystical sensations that some religious devotees claim to have had? 564 more words

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365 Days of Gratitude - Day 418

Kind friends….

For sharing a ride to and fro so I could avoid another cold, wet ride home!

“And a new philosophy emerged called quantum physics, which suggest that the individual’s function is to inform and be informed.

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Timothy Leary, LSD & the Rise of the Psychedelic Revolution with John Schewel

Timothy Leary, the CIA and the rise of LSD and the psychedelic revolution in America are examined with technologist, explorer and spiritual seeker John Schewel. Schewel recalls the popularization and subsequent criminalization of LSD in the 1960 and gives his take on the War on Drugs 50 years later, in this uncensored Antidote interview hosted by Michael Parker. 437 more words

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Easter Idolatry (and Something About a Resurrection) 2016

          Notwithstanding the fact that the majority of “Christians” would rather dispense with any and all work regarding study toward truth, it still boggles the mind at least somewhat that so many can be so fooled so willingly, and be so stubborn in insisting upon the embrace of what should be clear idolatry. 1,901 more words
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TIMOTHY LEARY-PSYCHEDELIC DRUGS DURING THE 1960s AND DRUGS TODAY

Born on October 22, 1920, in Springfield, Massachusetts,

Timothy Leary

forged a career as a noted psychology professor and researcher before becoming a major, highly controversial advocate of… 532 more words

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