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Author Topic: High Priest by Timothy Leary  (Read 1316 times)
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« on: November 01, 2004, 08:59:16 »

I'm about halfway through this book, and it is such a phenomenal read if you're into psychedelics, spiritualism, or the 60's. It details Leary's experiences with many wonderful people and psychedelics in the 60's. Each chapter starts with an I Ching reference, in which the chapter kind of binds to on it's own. Each chapter has a different 'trip guide' such as Allen Ginsberg, Krishna, Alan Watts, and many other people, who pretty much lead the chapter. Leary writes of when he first ecountered the mushroom, then making a group near harvard who experimented with them. He writes on LSD, and DMT. What his family went through, what the country went through, his thoughts on society, and many more topics. Definitely worth the cover price.
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