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A Reader
Charles Grob

It's been forty years since Timothy Leary sat beside a swimming pool in Cuernavaca Mexico ingested several grams of the genus 'Stropharia cubensis' and experienced a dazzling display of visions that lead him to herald the dawning of a New Age. And yet from the counterculture movement of the 1960's through the War on Drugs to this very day the world at large has viewed hallucinogens not as a gift but as a threat to society. In HALLUCINOGENS Charles Grob surveys recent writings from such important thinkers as Terence McKenna Huston Smith and Andrew Weil illustrating that a re-evaluation of the social worth of hallucinogens - used intelligently - is greatly in order.

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  • Published : 06/11/2002
  • ISBN : 9781585421664
  • Format : Paperback
  • Imprint : Tarcher
  • Size (mm): 159 x 235
  • Category: Self-help
  • Pages : 304
  • Edition :