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Jonathan Goldstein: But how to avoid the void?

Howard is the last of my friends that I still speak with on the telephone. He’s usually the one to call, but I haven’t heard from him in days. 516 more words

Life

The Way We Were

I am writing another blog about nostalgia, which according to my Google sources is defined as: “A sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations.” I chose in my last blog to delve deeply into the music scene in San Francisco during the famous, or notorious, depending on your viewpoint, “Summer of Love” in 1967….But there was a lot more going on in the summer of 1967 than just the musical explosion…. 927 more words

Memory-lane trips may offer legal profession lessons

If all goes according to plan, as you read this I will be standing in a spot where LSD made history.

No, I am not in… 751 more words

Legal Events

Divine Invasions: Philip K. Dick, Robert Anton Wilson and "Alien Contact" In The 1970s

A very weird thing began to happen in the early-to-mid 1970s—a number of people were apparently “channeling” very similar information, from entities variously claiming to be aliens, God, and beyond. 1,546 more words

Aliens

Your Brain is God

Berkeley, CA: Ronin Publishing, 2001, Author Copyright, 1968.

Your Brain is God by Timothy Leary is an unusual book. When pondering how to characterize it, it came spontaneously to mind to call it a… 1,961 more words

The New Paradigm

Psychedelic Art #2: Classroom Doodle

The second, entitled “Classroom Doodle,” was produced during a classroom discussion on dimensional experiences, August 17, 1963:

Open Your Eye and you will See
The Dream of Dreams… 370 more words

Easter Idolatry (and Something About a Resurrection)

         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. 1,850 more words
Lord Jesus