Dr. John C. Lilly (1915-2001) American physician, neuroscientist, psychonaut, writer, and inventor, known for using isolation tanks and psychedelic drugs in reasearching the nature of counsciousness as well as his work with dolphins. He was the inspiration for the fictionalized scientists dramatized in the films Altered States, and The Day of the Dolphin.

Dr. John C. Lilly (1915-2001) American physician, neuroscientist, psychonaut, writer, and inventor, known for using isolation tanks and psychedelic drugs in reasearching the nature of counsciousness as well as his work with dolphins. He was the inspiration for the fictionalized scientists dramatized in the films Altered States, and The Day of the Dolphin.

This is the Isolator, a 1925 invention intended to block absolutely all external stimuli, and also to make you look like a bad guy from BioShock. It shuts out all sound, oxygen is piped in through a tank and the eyes have slits so you can only see one line of text at a time, making it the perfect productivity tool for people who want to terrify their coworkers into never interacting with them.

This is the Isolator, a 1925 invention intended to block absolutely all external stimuli, and also to make you look like a bad guy from BioShock. It shuts out all sound, oxygen is piped in through a tank and the eyes have slits so you can only see one line of text at a time, making it the perfect productivity tool for people who want to terrify their coworkers into never interacting with them.

What an amazing person, so funny and wise and charming and so intelligent!  Joseph Campbell

What an amazing person, so funny and wise and charming and so intelligent! Joseph Campbell

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Leibniz was a German polymath who is one of the greatest philosophers. Liebniz invented calculus, and his version is widely used. He also discovered the binary system, the structure of modern computer architectures. He also made major contributions to physics, technology, and made anticipations that surfaced much later in biology, medicine, geology, probability theory, psychology, and linguistics. Liebniz also wrote about politics, law, ethics, theology, and…

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Leibniz was a German polymath who is one of the greatest philosophers. Liebniz invented calculus, and his version is widely used. He also discovered the binary system, the structure of modern computer architectures. He also made major contributions to physics, technology, and made anticipations that surfaced much later in biology, medicine, geology, probability theory, psychology, and linguistics. Liebniz also wrote about politics, law, ethics, theology, and…

What is Orgone Energy & What is an Orgone Energy Accumulator?  "I am well aware of the fact that the human race has known about the existance of a universal energy related to life for many ages. However the basic task of natural science consisted in making this energy usable. This is the sole difference between my work and all preceding knowledge." Wilhelm Reich, 1956, in a letter.

What is Orgone Energy & What is an Orgone Energy Accumulator? "I am well aware of the fact that the human race has known about the existance of a universal energy related to life for many ages. However the basic task of natural science consisted in making this energy usable. This is the sole difference between my work and all preceding knowledge." Wilhelm Reich, 1956, in a letter.

The Allen Ginsberg Project: William Burroughs at Naropa 1982 (Q & A - part two)

The Allen Ginsberg Project: William Burroughs at Naropa 1982 (Q & A - part two)

BENJAMIN LEE WHORF (1897–1941); American linguist and fire prevention engineer. Whorf is widely known as an advocate for the idea that because of linguistic differences in grammar and usage, speakers of different languages conceptualize and experience the world differently. This principle has frequently been called the "Sapir–Whorf hypothesis", after him and his mentor Edward Sapir, but Whorf called it the principle of linguistic relativity, because he saw the idea as having implications…

BENJAMIN LEE WHORF (1897–1941); American linguist and fire prevention engineer. Whorf is widely known as an advocate for the idea that because of linguistic differences in grammar and usage, speakers of different languages conceptualize and experience the world differently. This principle has frequently been called the "Sapir–Whorf hypothesis", after him and his mentor Edward Sapir, but Whorf called it the principle of linguistic relativity, because he saw the idea as having implications…

David Bohm: december seminar - part 1

David Bohm: december seminar - part 1

Robert Gordon Wasson-- (September 22, 1898 – December 23, 1986) was an American author, ethnomycologist, Intelligence Agent, lifetime actor and a vice president at J.P. Morgan & Co. In the course of independent research, he made contributions to the fields of ethnobotany, botany, and anthropology as well as participating in the CIA's infamous MKUltra program under SubProject 58. Several of his books were self-published in illustrated, limited editions that have never been reprinted.

Robert Gordon Wasson-- (September 22, 1898 – December 23, 1986) was an American author, ethnomycologist, Intelligence Agent, lifetime actor and a vice president at J.P. Morgan & Co. In the course of independent research, he made contributions to the fields of ethnobotany, botany, and anthropology as well as participating in the CIA's infamous MKUltra program under SubProject 58. Several of his books were self-published in illustrated, limited editions that have never been reprinted.

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