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Psychadelia, Fall, Liberty and Spaced Out Badgers? Welsh Wizardry Wonder

Struggling for a title.

Even a word to get me going.

I hit on psychedelic. And a journey of discovery begins.

Isn’t that what’s meant to happen?   2,417 more words


Finite and Infinite Messages [3]

So far we have been modelling what we may refer to as ‘mechanical behaviour’ in terms of a basic tropism orientated upon a pain/euphoria continuum. 16,081 more words

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Timothy Leary On Moving On.

You can always pick up your needle and move to another groove. Timothy Leary

Moving on is always difficult especially when your last failed attempt is wrongly interpreted as the last chance.

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The 100 best Beatles songs - number 9 - Come Together

At number 9 in Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the 100 greatest Beatles songs is “Come Together”. This John Lennon song is the opening track on The Beatles’ 1969 album… 483 more words


LSD- A blissfully spiritual day without ego, consistent thoughts or judgment

Note : This is not an advocation of any kind of drug, merely a (brief) account of experience which I have tried to keep as honest and non-sensationalised as possible. 1,261 more words

tomorrow never knows

Tomorrow Never Knows

The Beatles

Turn off your mind, relax and float down stream
It is not dying, it is not dying

Lay down all thoughts, surrender to the void… 115 more words

September 12, 1970: Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out

Richard Nixon called him the most dangerous man in America, an honor usually reserved by Republicans for figures such as Charles Darwin and Al Gore. Timothy Leary wasn’t always so “dangerous.” He had a distinguished military service and academic psychology career… 417 more words

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