The Psychedelic Review Vol. 1 No. 5 -1965; Zen Buddhism - Mushrooms - Gurdjieff For Sale
The Psychedelic Review Vol. 1 No. 5 -1965; Zen Buddhism - Mushrooms - Gurdjieff:
FIRST EDITION - This is the First Issue of the Second Year of the Psychedelic Review now published quarterly from New Hyde Park, New York. These were very turbulent times for The Psychedelic Review and for those involved in its publication. All editorial correspondence was now to be sent to Millbrook, New York. The Board of Editors now consist of Richard Alpert, Peter H. John, Timothy Leary, Ralph Metzner, Felix Morrow and Gunther M. Weil.Consulting Editors includeAllen Atwell, Joe K. Adams, Frank Barron, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Gary Fisher, Paul Lee, William H. McGlothlin, Huston Smith, Sanford M. Unger, and Alan W. WattsArticles include: "The Relation of Expectation and Mood to Psilocybin Reactions: A Questionnaire Study" by Ralph Metzner, George Litwin & Gunther M. Weil, "Two Psychedelic Experiences: 'A Fundamental Experiment' by Rene Daumal and 'A Suggestion About Mysticism' by William James,"Psychedelic Metaphysics" by David Drake, and "Zen Buddhism: A Psychological Review" by Edward W. Maupin. Also includes Review Essays: "All and Everything"(G. I. Gurdjieff) and "Rebirth Without Fear: The Psychedelic Experience" (Timothy Leary, Ralph Metzner and Richard Alpert), plus Book Reviews, Books Received and Notes on Contributors.Book measures 6" x 9", 128 pages ~~ unread condition, some toning around the edges [see photos]Many of the items being offered are from the archives of the Rev. Peter H. John who passed away in 2018 at the age of 91. Rev. John was the managing editor for thePsychedelic Reviewat Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts in the 1960's. He was secretary and point man for theInternational Federation for Internal Freedom(IFIF) and involved with LSD research at Harvard University.He was also Secretary for the lesser-known but equally excitingNeurobiological and Psychedelic Study Group[Interdisciplinary Exploration of Psychoactive Agents] during the 1960's. He and Lisa Bieberman ranThe Psychedelic Information Centerin Cambridge Massachusetts, close to Harvard. His office and editing skills put him in the highest regards with the researchers and writers in this field of study.Reverend John was a Methodist Minister for many years. His diversified interests with the ability to archive almost everything that came across his desk, leaves us with a vast amount of very interesting items.
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