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Re: Books about Timothy Leary [Re: ]
    #874024 - 09/10/02 08:27 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

_timothy leary, the madness of the 60s, and me_ by charles slack...

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Re: Books about Timothy Leary [Re: gnrm23]
    #875204 - 09/10/02 05:48 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

'Flashbacks', the story of (most of) Leary's life, told by the man himself. A good read for so many reasons...

'Changing My Ming, Among Others'...Nifty collection of essays spanning a decade or two.

Incidental Learyism...mebbe try 'Jitterbug Perfume' by Tom Robbins. Leary figures into it as Dr. Dannyboy, a one-eyed advocate of life-extension who believes in Fairies. At least, I always assumed it was a reference to Leary.

Remember, it's only true if it makes you laugh...

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Re: Books about Timothy Leary [Re: ]
    #876120 - 09/11/02 02:19 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

"High Priest" is probably his most famous book. Either that or "The Psychedelic Experience".

I have "Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out". It's a really good book. Here's a post I made about a Owsley Stanley III theory that Leary included in the book.

It's hard for me to read books by Leary because it makes me realize how right on that guy was, and how far from going in that direction our society is. He was an absolute genius, and a prophet. I want to do acid when I read Leary. I want to go back in time to the 60's when I read Leary. I can't do either.


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