Full title: Moksha: Aldous Huxley's Classic Writings on Psychedelics and the Visionary Experience
In May 1953 Aldous Huxley took four-tenths of a gramme of mescaline. The mystical and transcendent experience that followed set him off on an exploration that was to produce a revolutionary body of work about the inner reaches of the human mind. Huxley was decades ahead of his time in his anticipation of the dangers modern culture was creating through explosive population increase headlong technological advance and militant nationalism.
He saw psychedelics as the greatest means at our disposal to 'remind adults that the real is very different from the misshapen universe they have created for themselves by means of their culture-conditioned prejudices'. MOKSHA is a collection of the prophetic and visionary writings of Aldous Huxley. It includes selections from his acclaimed novels Brave New World and Island both of which envision societies centred around the use of psychedelics as stabilising forces as well as pieces from The Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell his famous works on consciousness expansion.
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