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Humphrey Osmond is one of the foremost experts on Psychedelics and drug-induced states of consciousness. He is also a psychiatrist of extra-ordinary experience and foresight and has helped to pioneer megavitamin therapy and to bring to doctors and laymen alike an awareness of the effects of institutional architecture and environment on the psychotic mind. He coined the word “psychedelic” and was the guy who first turned on Aldous Huxley. He tells about that first trip with Huxley and about their subsequent attempts to get financial support for the research on hallucinogens such as mescaline, peyote, and LSD, which they felt to be so important. He also tells a very funny story about he and Huxley trying to find someone to handle the psychedelic research and finally meeting a straight, conservative and reliable young man who seemed fine in every respect except that he might be just a little too stuffy…his name – Timothy Leary. Humphrey Osmond has written many books including “How to Live With Schizophrenia” and “Understanding Understanding”

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