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The Age of Entheogens & The Angels' Dictionary
- Jonathon Ott

The Marriage of Heaven and Hell - William Blake

Insight/Outlook - Dr. Albert Hofmann

Pharmacophilia or The Natural Paradises - Jonathon Ott

The Cosmic Game, Explorations of the Frontiers of Human Consciousness - Stanislav Grof

The Doors of Perception & Heaven and Hell - Aldous Huxley

 

 
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Terence McKenna:

  • The Archaic Revival : Speculations on Psychedelic Mushrooms, the Amazon, Virtual Reality, Ufos, Evolution, Shamanism, the Rebirth of the Goddess - Terence K. McKenna, Satty; Paperback; $13.50

      This collection of writings and interviews follows many of the same themes as Food of the Gods (above) but on yet additional topics. New theories of consciousness, effects of ayahuasca, praise of Gordon Wasson, coming maximum novelty event in 2012. Terence is fascinating, a highly-wired concept juggler.

       

  • Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge - Terence McKenna; Paperback; $14.35

      Cultural origin of drug use, from altered states in primates to early man, shamanism, Soma, the Mystery of Eleusis, alcohol, cannabis, tobacco; dominator drug wars; white drugs heroin, cocaine, and television; and history and potential value of psychedelics. Most integrated and visionary of his books. Consciousness will never be the same.

       

  • True Hallucinations : Being an Account of the Author's Extraordinary Adventures in the Devil's Paradise - Terence McKenna; Paperback; $12.60

      True story of wild expedition to Amazon depths and the psyche of man, well told. Terence, brother Dennis, and friends, searching for famed hallucinogen oo-koo-he, discover a mixture of ayahuasca and cubensis has perhaps bonded to their DNA, with bizarre effects. Fascinating tale of the physical and mental jungle.

       

  • The Invisible Landscape : Mind, Hallucinogens, and the I Ching - Terence McKenna, Dennis McKenna; Paperback; $12.60

      Early speculation in two areas. One: possible resonance between human DNA and the indole psychedelics, leading to the carrier wave phenomena in True Hallucinations. Two: how a fractal derivative of the I Ching hexagram sequence correlates with human history of the rate of novelty. This wave peaks December 21, 2012.

       

  • The Politics of Consciousness : A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom - Steve Kubby, Terence McKenna; Paperback; $17.06

      Speaks to external freedom from voodoo drug laws, and then to internal freedom using the wisdom of psychedelic plants. Molecular Theology. Exopheromones. Downloading the Cosmic Design. Mushrooms as Manna from Heaven. Visionary rites-of-passage. How belief creates reality. Healing cancer. Forward by Terence McKenna.

       

  • Trialogues at the Edge of the West : Chaos, Creativity, and the Resacralization of the World - Ralph Abraham, et al; Paperback; $13.45

      Terence McKenna joins Ralph Abraham, leader of the mathematics of chaos, and Rupert Sheldrake, biologist who created the idea of morphogenetic fields. The three-way dialog ranges widely, from mushrooms to consciousness, entities to religion, and of course the morphogenesis of chaos. A sharp mind trio weaves an intricate pattern.

       

Alexander Shulgin

  • PIHKAL: A Chemical Love Story - Alexander Shulgin; Paperback; $18.95

      Comprehensive, definitive guide to the phenethylamine psychedelics, such as mescaline and ecstasy, and a great love story. Two parts. First, the human story of the search for active mind compounds within a marriage of two active minds, fascinating and compelling. Next, a detailed catalog of 179 phenethylamines, with their synthesis (for advanced organic chemists only!), dosage, duration, effects, and notes. 2C-B, the 2C-T's, BOB, DOB, DOET, FLEA, MDA, TMA, and many more, each unique and interesting. Basic reference to chemistry of psychedelics. Highly recommended.

       

  • TIHKAL: A Continuation - Alexander & Ann Shulgin 1977; Transform Press (Rosetta) 0-9630096-9-9, 832 pg pb, #TIK 23.95

      First, the personal story continues, along with an excellent guide to many "places in the mind" and how to use them, practical psychedelic psychotherapy, and long chapters on DMT plants and ayahuasca. Part two covers LSD, DMT, psilocybin, and many new tryptamine variations with their synthesis and effects. Comprehensive appendicies on drug laws, cactus alkaloids, carbolines, tryptamines.

       

Dr. Tim Leary, High Priest

  • High Priest - Timothy Francis Leary; Paperback; $17.96

      Original account of the psychedelic research and life at Harvard, from 1960 to 1962. Each chapter contains part of the storyline, plus an I Ching hexagram, a guide (R. Gordon Wasson, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Michael Hollingshead, others), and running marginalia. Much on psychedelics and the religious experience.

       

  • Chaos & Cyber Culture - Timothy Leary; Paperback; $17.96

      Collection of recent writings on silicon and human information processing. Many illustrations. Eight parts: Screens; Cybernetics: Chaos Engineering; Countercultures; Info Chemicals and Drug Wars; Cyerotics; Guerrilla Art; Millennium Madness; and De-Animation / Re-Animation. The latest evolution of Leary's theories. Bibliography.

       

  • Flashbacks : A Personal and Cultural History of an Era - Timothy Leary, William S. Burroughs; Paperback; $14.35

      Leary's autobiography. Early years at Harvard with Alpert and Metzner, with his first mushroom trip and later psychedelic research with prisoners and religious novitiates. Expelled from Harvard, wild times at Millbrook, travel in India, busted in Laredo, first Love-In, legal problems, exile in Europe, capture in Kabul, Folsom prison, and release.

       

  • Info-Psychology - Timothy Leary; Paperback; $11.65

      Leary's theory of the evolution of mind. Charts eight periods of human evolution from bio-survival to cyber-nano-tech, and 24 corresponding stages of our neurological evolution, plus seven neuro-anatomical circuits and their realities. Space Migration, Intelligence Increase, and Life Extension, SMI2LE. (Revision of Exo-Psychology.)

       

  • Intelligence Agents - Timothy Leary; Paperback; $13.45

      Reprints of articles by Leary (a few by others) on genetic intelligence, reality styles, space migration, practical psychology, evolution, the CIA and Counter-Intelligence Agency Reports, and much more. Many photos and illustrations.

       

  • The Politics of Ecstasy (Visions Series) - Timothy Leary; Paperback; $15.26

      Important early work; more focused on the psychedelics. The Right to Get High, Alcoholics vs Psychedelics, Magical Mystery Trip, Start Your Own Religion, The Mad Virgin of Psychedelica. Also great anecdotes about the early psychedelic movement. New introduction.

       

  • The Psychedelic Experience : A Manual Based on the Tibetan Book of the Dead - Timothy Leary, et al; Paperback; $8.95

      The Tibetan Book of the Dead is based on three Bardos: transcendence, apparitions (hallucinations), and return to normal reality. Tibetans believe they occur between death and rebirth; here it helps structure the psychedelic experience. First describes bardos, their visions (and nightmares). Briefly covers practical matters of dose, set, setting, guides, and groups. Concludes with many good, poetic instructions on how to handle various aspects of the bardo experiences: how to go with the flow, avoid fear and struggle, find and follow the delightful visions instead of the darker ones.

       

  • The Psychedelic Reader : Selected from the Psychedelic Review - Gunther M. Weil, et al; Paperback; $11.65

      The Psychedelic Review was an early, influential periodical. Essays by R. Gordon Wasson, Alan Watts, Richard Schultes, Timothy Leary (The Religious Experience: Its Production and Interpretation), Ralph Metzner, Julian Huxley, others; philosophy and religion, psychotherapy and botany, legal issues and dosage levels. Bibliography.

       

  • Surfing the Conscious Nets : A Graphic Novel - Timothy Leary, Robert Williams; Paperback; $15.26

      Intensely computer-style graphic story and rant, mixing drugs, sex, computers, and various wild ideas and images. Even at 75, Leary continues to push the bounds of mind and body. Afrodisiacs, Drunken Animals, the Billionaire Baron, and the Peter-Meter.

       

  • Giger's Alien - H.R. Giger, Timothy Leary; Hardcover; $35.96

Robert Anton Wilson

Aldous Huxley

  • Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell - Aldous Huxley; Paperback; $10.80

      In these books the famous writer tells of his "extraordinary" experiences with mescaline and the new worlds on the other side of the doors. These books, showing Huxley's enthusiasm and command of the language, help set the stage for Western use of psychedelics.

       

  • Island - Aldous Huxley; Paperback; $6.30

      Here Huxley shows us Pala, a utopia where young adults use a psychedelic "moksha medicine" as part of their rite-of-passage to adulthood. But will forces from outside destroy this idyllic scene? Classic novel by the master about human society and spirit.

       

  • After Many a Summer Dies the Swan - Aldous Huxley; Paperback; $13.45
  • Ape and Essence: A Novel - Aldous Huxley; Paperback; $8.95
  • Brave New World and Brave New World Revisited Notes - Aldous Huxley, Warren Paul; Paperback; $3.37

Ed Rosenthal

Andrew Weil

  • Food of the Gods: The Search for the Original Tree of Knowledge - Terence McKenna; Paperback; $14.35

      Cultural origin of drug use, from altered states in primates to early man, shamanism, Soma, the Mystery of Eleusis, alcohol, cannabis, tobacco; dominator drug wars; white drugs heroin, cocaine, and television; and history and potential value of psychedelics. Most integrated and visionary of his books. Consciousness will never be the same.

       

  • Trialogues at the Edge of the West : Chaos, Creativity, and the Resacralization of the World - Ralph Abraham, et al; Paperback; $13.45

      Terence McKenna joins Ralph Abraham, leader of the mathematics of chaos, and Rupert Sheldrake, biologist who created the idea of morphogenetic fields. The three-way dialog ranges widely, from mushrooms to consciousness, entities to religion, and of course the morphogenesis of chaos. A sharp mind trio weaves an intricate pattern.

       

  • True Hallucinations : Being an Account of the Author's Extraordinary Adventures in the Devil's Paradise - Terence McKenna; Paperback; $12.60

      True story of wild expedition to Amazon depths and the psyche of man, well told. Terence, brother Dennis, and friends, searching for famed hallucinogen oo-koo-he, discover a mixture of ayahuasca and cubensis has perhaps bonded to their DNA, with bizarre effects. Fascinating tale of the physical and mental jungle.

       

  • The Invisible Landscape : Mind, Hallucinogens, and the I Ching - Terence McKenna, Dennis McKenna; Paperback; $12.60

      Early speculation in two areas. One: possible resonance between human DNA and the indole psychedelics, leading to the carrier wave phenomena in True Hallucinations. Two: how a fractal derivative of the I Ching hexagram sequence correlates with human history of the rate of novelty. This wave peaks December 21, 2012.

       

  • The Archaic Revival : Speculations on Psychedelic Mushrooms, the Amazon, Virtual Reality, Ufos, Evolution, Shamanism, the Rebirth of the Goddess - Terence K. McKenna, Satty; Paperback; $13.50

      This collection of writings and interviews follows many of the same themes as Food of the Gods (above) but on yet additional topics. New theories of consciousness, effects of ayahuasca, praise of Gordon Wasson, coming maximum novelty event in 2012. Terence is fascinating, a highly-wired concept juggler.

       

  • Chaos & Cyber Culture - Timothy Leary; Paperback; $17.96

      Collection of recent writings on silicon and human information processing. Many illustrations. Eight parts: Screens; Cybernetics: Chaos Engineering; Countercultures; Info Chemicals and Drug Wars; Cyerotics; Guerrilla Art; Millennium Madness; and De-Animation / Re-Animation. The latest evolution of Leary's theories. Bibliography.

       

  • Info-Psychology - Timothy Leary; Paperback; $11.65

      Leary's theory of the evolution of mind. Charts eight periods of human evolution from bio-survival to cyber-nano-tech, and 24 corresponding stages of our neurological evolution, plus seven neuro-anatomical circuits and their realities. Space Migration, Intelligence Increase, and Life Extension, SMI2LE. (Revision of Exo-Psychology.)

       

  • Intelligence Agents - Timothy Leary; Paperback; $13.45

      Reprints of articles by Leary (a few by others) on genetic intelligence, reality styles, space migration, practical psychology, evolution, the CIA and Counter-Intelligence Agency Reports, and much more. Many photos and illustrations.

       

  • The Politics of Ecstasy (Visions Series) - Timothy Leary; Paperback; $15.26

      Important early work; more focused on the psychedelics. The Right to Get High, Alcoholics vs Psychedelics, Magical Mystery Trip, Start Your Own Religion, The Mad Virgin of Psychedelica. Also great anecdotes about the early psychedelic movement. New introduction.

       

  • The Psychedelic Experience : A Manual Based on the Tibetan Book of the Dead - Timothy Leary, et al; Paperback; $8.95

      The Tibetan Book of the Dead is based on three Bardos: transcendence, apparitions (hallucinations), and return to normal reality. Tibetans believe they occur between death and rebirth; here it helps structure the psychedelic experience. First describes bardos, their visions (and nightmares). Briefly covers practical matters of dose, set, setting, guides, and groups. Concludes with many good, poetic instructions on how to handle various aspects of the bardo experiences: how to go with the flow, avoid fear and struggle, find and follow the delightful visions instead of the darker ones.

       

  • The Psychedelic Reader : Selected from the Psychedelic Review - Gunther M. Weil, et al; Paperback; $11.65

      The Psychedelic Review was an early, influential periodical. Essays by R. Gordon Wasson, Alan Watts, Richard Schultes, Timothy Leary (The Religious Experience: Its Production and Interpretation), Ralph Metzner, Julian Huxley, others; philosophy and religion, psychotherapy and botany, legal issues and dosage levels. Bibliography.

       

  • Surfing the Conscious Nets : A Graphic Novel - Timothy Leary, Robert Williams; Paperback; $15.26

      Intensely computer-style graphic story and rant, mixing drugs, sex, computers, and various wild ideas and images. Even at 75, Leary continues to push the bounds of mind and body. Afrodisiacs, Drunken Animals, the Billionaire Baron, and the Peter-Meter.

       

  • Island - Aldous Huxley; Paperback; $6.30

      Here Huxley shows us Pala, a utopia where young adults use a psychedelic "moksha medicine" as part of their rite-of-passage to adulthood. But will forces from outside destroy this idyllic scene? Classic novel by the master about human society and spirit.

       

  • Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell - Aldous Huxley; Paperback; $10.80

      In these books the famous writer tells of his "extraordinary" experiences with mescaline and the new worlds on the other side of the doors. These books, showing Huxley's enthusiasm and command of the language, help set the stage for Western use of psychedelics.

       

  • Sex and Drugs - Robert A. Wilson; Paperback; $11.65

      Wilson explores outside social bounds, a philosopher, gadfly, and trickster. His books touch on cosmology, coincidence, and unconventional thinking; he's also known for some far-out science fiction. This books talks about sex with psychedelics, cannabis, and other drugs, combining literate social philosophy with practical suggestions.

       

  • Voices from the Edge : Conversations With Jerry Garcia, Ram Dass, Annie Sprinkle, Matthew Fox, Jaron Lanier, & Others - David Jay Brown, Rebecca McClen Novick; Paperback; $13.45

      More fine interviews; Jerry Garcia, Alexander and Ann Shulgin, Jean Houston, Elizabeth Gips, Ram Dass, 9 other mind pioneers. Some talk about psychedelics; all are into new visions of mind/body/earth consciousness.

       

  • Marriage of the Sun and the Moon - Andrew Weil; Paperback; $12.55

      Wide-ranging stories of author's experiences with many drugs and cultures; coffee, chilies, many different mushrooms, yage, Datura, MDA, white sugar vs heroin, and even iridology and the pleasures and benefits of throwing up. Re-examines concepts of drug, addiction, and health.