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"timothy leary" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

04:12 min | 7 months ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"The world going fake. I want to talk about your mushrooms, right? So you take much of it and then job 6 hour, 6 miles and in the Woods. Do you think this is a good training regimen? I think mushrooms are a very good motivator. Waiting for you to analyze, you know, you're weak on the weekends. You know, some people take a more. I think it's good to kind of like assess it. It makes you kind of assess and value like what is going right? What is going wrong? How to re approach your next week or anything in life, really? I think mushrooms are the key to sanity. Really, I think they psychedelics in psychology have been secure in so many ways for so many people. If you want to look at one of the most inspiring people I've ever heard, talk and speaking is a stanislav Goff. He's like The Godfather of psychology through psychedelics, part of the Timothy Leary project. Up to the assault on institute and much more. I mean, there's so many there's too many cures. So the world will suppress it because psychology is not about curing people. It's about fucking suppressing people. And so this whole world and the consciousness of it, I think it furthers people so much more. And everything is so many so much so many things in life have been invented through psychedelics. Wow. Spiders have to convince you to do psychedelics where we finally fucking do something, man. Look, I'll do it. The problem is I have a baby at home and I'm worried that I will take psychedelics. I'm already on. Maybe you'll realize that algebraic children's on the champ would you do it? But I'm already on antidepressants. I'm already in therapy. But you might not do it for fucking problem. I take out of it. It's not gonna help you, dog. You aren't gonna fucking help me..

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"timothy leary" Discussed on Driving Force Podcast

Driving Force Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Driving Force Podcast

"So I just took a bunch of them and said, I'll let you know what they are. You know, like when they hit, like, the foolishness, right? Like I was just, you would think like, oh, now you're not gonna drink and drive. It's like, no, that's not how it worked. I was so reckless after this, right? For about however long, maybe a year or two years. I don't know, I don't know, I'm really bad with timelines, but and then I started taking I got among all of the things LSD was my absolute favorite. Like it felt, it actually felt like it was an important thing for me to be doing to me. And I started going to the library and listening to these old recordings of Timothy Leary and there's this whole psychedelic experience in the reading that Tibetan book of the dead and I was getting really into philosophy and ethics at the time. I actually was considering at that point. I was like, I should switch my major to philosophy. And then I was considering that, and I was doing all this. Well, then one night I got my hands on some LSD that was out of this world. Unlike anything that I'd ever had. And I'd had a ton of LSD. But I got it. And it just set me out of this world. But I basically just did not flesh that story out and take forever. I basically met God on this. Like I had an absolute religious experience that just changed everything about my life. And there's a ton of takeaways, but the major thing is, hey John, all of that pain and all of that suffering and that car accident, the thing that you were like hate the idea of me because that you feel like the universe conspired against you, that if there is a God, he's horrible, you want nothing to do with him..

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"timothy leary" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"On january twenty first nineteen seventy former harvard professor and so called priest of lsd timothy. Leary was sentenced to ten years in prison on drug smuggling charges but in september of that year. The fifty year-old academic broke out of a san luis obispo facility with the help of the weatherman. The daring escape only added to the mystique of the man president. Nixon wants declared the most dangerous man in america. But just what made leery so dangerous. Well it might not surprise you. That richard nixon may have been exaggerating for his own political game according to authors. Bill minna tag. Leo and stephen l davis nixon's advisors suggested he find a public enemy to distract the public from his own flagging approval rating the war in vietnam and the struggling economy. They leary a prominent figure in the counterculture movement and because the former professor was a proud exponent of hallucinogenic drug use. The president's ir fit right in with his war on drugs narrative timothy leary was something of a self appointed spokesperson for the benefits of drug use. Which heat enjoyed since one thousand nine hundred sixty after an experimental magic mushrooms trip. The already noted psychologist became excited about the possibilities. Mushrooms and similar drugs had on the human brain during his tenure. At harvard he conducted academic experiments on the effects of hallucinogens. Drawing the attention and admiration of other notable nineteen sixties figures famed authors. Like gin berg and jack kerouac willingly participated in leary's experiments and it was perhaps their involvement that catapulted the professor onto the national stage before long leary was touring the country speaking about his research and reportedly brushing up against the rich and famous inevitably a backlash arrived. Leary's teaching colleagues criticized his experimentation with lsd. They believed research of that. Nature should be left to medical doctors not psychologists meanwhile psychology experts who once lauded leary's earlier work now made it clear that his drug centered experiments were less praiseworthy. Despite these blows leary insisted that taking lsd was quote a sacramental ritual one that could expand human consciousness. Harvard university did not agree and fired him in nineteen sixty three but by that stage leary had a new life. He was a counterculture touchstone for the masses and a legitimizing scientific voice in the pro drug movement. He rubbed shoulders with marilyn monroe and sang with john. Lennon and yoko ono in short he was a powerful voice advocating for drug use throughout the nineteen sixties. He even appeared before a senate committee to argue in favor of legislation. That would make it legal for adults to use hallucinogenic drugs. So when richard. Nixon assumed the presidency in nineteen sixty nine leary was squarely in his sights. Ostensibly nixon wanted to eliminate drug use in the country. Leary very much did not. That made him dangerous. So it's little surprise that when leary's appeal of his nineteen sixty five drug-smuggling conviction was overturned. The government wanted a second bite at the apple but any joy nixon and his cabinet might have felt in putting leary. Away was short lived using his network of contacts. The former professor escaped prison remaining on the run until nineteen seventy three when he was detained in afghanistan and sent back to the united states. There he was jailed in the notorious folsom. Prison and briefly befriended charles manson and though his sentence was for ten years leary was paroled in nineteen. Seventy six having served just three. It's a surprising twist day given that so many drug offenders imprisoned for decades on similar offenses then again timothy leary was famous and white which might have had something to do with his early release

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The Timothy Leary Conviction

Today in True Crime

04:44 min | 1 year ago

The Timothy Leary Conviction

"On january twenty first nineteen seventy former harvard professor and so called priest of lsd timothy. Leary was sentenced to ten years in prison on drug smuggling charges but in september of that year. The fifty year-old academic broke out of a san luis obispo facility with the help of the weatherman. The daring escape only added to the mystique of the man president. Nixon wants declared the most dangerous man in america. But just what made leery so dangerous. Well it might not surprise you. That richard nixon may have been exaggerating for his own political game according to authors. Bill minna tag. Leo and stephen l davis nixon's advisors suggested he find a public enemy to distract the public from his own flagging approval rating the war in vietnam and the struggling economy. They leary a prominent figure in the counterculture movement and because the former professor was a proud exponent of hallucinogenic drug use. The president's ir fit right in with his war on drugs narrative timothy leary was something of a self appointed spokesperson for the benefits of drug use. Which heat enjoyed since one thousand nine hundred sixty after an experimental magic mushrooms trip. The already noted psychologist became excited about the possibilities. Mushrooms and similar drugs had on the human brain during his tenure. At harvard he conducted academic experiments on the effects of hallucinogens. Drawing the attention and admiration of other notable nineteen sixties figures famed authors. Like gin berg and jack kerouac willingly participated in leary's experiments and it was perhaps their involvement that catapulted the professor onto the national stage before long leary was touring the country speaking about his research and reportedly brushing up against the rich and famous inevitably a backlash arrived. Leary's teaching colleagues criticized his experimentation with lsd. They believed research of that. Nature should be left to medical doctors not psychologists meanwhile psychology experts who once lauded leary's earlier work now made it clear that his drug centered experiments were less praiseworthy. Despite these blows leary insisted that taking lsd was quote a sacramental ritual one that could expand human consciousness. Harvard university did not agree and fired him in nineteen sixty three but by that stage leary had a new life. He was a counterculture touchstone for the masses and a legitimizing scientific voice in the pro drug movement. He rubbed shoulders with marilyn monroe and sang with john. Lennon and yoko ono in short he was a powerful voice advocating for drug use throughout the nineteen sixties. He even appeared before a senate committee to argue in favor of legislation. That would make it legal for adults to use hallucinogenic drugs. So when richard. Nixon assumed the presidency in nineteen sixty nine leary was squarely in his sights. Ostensibly nixon wanted to eliminate drug use in the country. Leary very much did not. That made him dangerous. So it's little surprise that when leary's appeal of his nineteen sixty five drug-smuggling conviction was overturned. The government wanted a second bite at the apple but any joy nixon and his cabinet might have felt in putting leary. Away was short lived using his network of contacts. The former professor escaped prison remaining on the run until nineteen seventy three when he was detained in afghanistan and sent back to the united states. There he was jailed in the notorious folsom. Prison and briefly befriended charles manson and though his sentence was for ten years leary was paroled in nineteen. Seventy six having served just three. It's a surprising twist day given that so many drug offenders imprisoned for decades on similar offenses then again timothy leary was famous and white which might have had something to do with his early release

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"timothy leary" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Okay? Yes, sir, Talking about storming the Capitol on 1991. A man broke into the Florida state capital and blockaded himself inside and put forth his list of demands. You wanted pizza? Yes, Beer. Okay. Cigarettes. All right. Chinese food pot. Okay. 666 doughnuts for the cops on phone calls with ice Cube, Timothy Leary. And Lemmy from Motorhead. Huh? Not asking too much pretty specific. If you ask me that says that apparently no demands were met. But they had the he wanted to make a statement on television, and they brought in a television reporter. And hooked it up to the inside the Capitol closed circuit. He thought he was on TV, eh? So he made his statement and then gave himself up peacefully with no pizza, beer, cigarettes, Chinese food, pot doughnuts or phone calls with ice Cube, Timothy Leary and Lemmy from Motorhead. Well, that's very specific. Very. Except for what toppings. Did he one of the pizza. I'm sure it was in there somewhere. Probably that stuff that's for sure. Wow. Uh, I didn't hear any requests like that last week. No 1991 that woz. Wow. So all right, let's talk traffic. What's going on from the UC help traffic center that you see health, our clinical research and scientific discoveries of ours to offer new treatments for epilepsy. Patients learn more if you see how that com slash epilepsy. Dispense from problems some band 71 year Fields Ertl, I'm not seeing any backups there. As of yet, Norm. I found that problem North bound 75 that's doing just fine pants. The rich would exit and continues right on into downtown. That's where the most snow passed through was below to 75 through northern Kentucky. Chucking from NewsRadio 700 WLW. This report is sponsored by Stress Balls distressing, Gummies stressed out, Try stress balls, de stressing gummies. Eat a couple and you'll feel like keep taking stress balls, gummies and eventually, your world feels like become a stress ball er with stress balls, gummy supplements. All right, nine First morning Weather center. Any snow last night stayed largely south of the river. But Rhodes is still in good shape. We have some scattered morning flare is still a possibility will see Son by afternoon and top out at 37 tonight. Back come the clouds and another chance of flurries 27 overnight. And then a chance of flurries again. Tomorrow morning Sun comes out in the afternoon up to 36. Then on Thursday, we could be in the mid forties with son. That's the pick thing of the week. Right there right now, Sitting at 34 degrees 700 delegate Well, w bettering your life by teaching you the financial ropes. This'll is simply money on 700 wlw. We're gonna talk money here with Nathan Backtrack Nathan, with all with financial. It is to simply money minute and we have a record number of Americans just exhausted, burned out. Um, if you're looking for financial peace, where do you find that now? Good. Try an Ashram. I don't listen Gallup poll recently found that Americans mental health is the worst. It's been into decades. Just the third of you say that your mental health is excellent right now compared to 43% of you, who said it was in 2000 and should be in 2019. You might be stressed out about isolation, your family or your money. Now is the time to have some frequent but gentle or conversations when it comes to money, keeping your head in the sand. About those financial problems is always an awful long term plan. Give me some easy ways to get, you know, less stressed about your money. Sure, Scan your credit card bills and your debit bills and look at him for the last year. See how you're spending might have changed and then see if there is just one automatic payment or one subscription. You can say you're out of here. And then taking inventory. Maybe you've saved up more cash in the last 12 months. If you've got enough for 3 to 6 months of living expenses, then have a conversation about the job of that cash. Could be for a new roof. Long term savings. 5 29 plan, you know, you put it to good use. Don't let it get wasted. All right, Simply money point set aside time.

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"timothy leary" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"It has no medicinal value. Well, it's a turn of the 20th century the top three prescribed medications had cannabis in them. You know and so you ask why isn't this legal medication? And the reason it's not considered a medicine is because the FDA has to approve stuff to approve something to get it actually through the suggesting we have it has to be based on a single molecule on a single Target and of course, you know cannabis has plenty of molecules to hit funny at Targets which makes it virtually impossible to walk past with the message. We know we'd have to test the world to get accurate numbers. So that will never pass as long as we have separate molecules. It will never be an FDA-approved drug, but you can ask the same question, you know who invented drugs if they weren't drugs before nineteen was 1908 or whenever the Pure Food and Drug Act was passed. You know, so that's what made cannabis no medicinal value was because the FDA couldn't prove it leap has sort of been a Grassroots effort from law enforcement officers who have seen the Injustice of this and want to try to move us past that yes. Basically that's true. It's you know, if the bottom line is we saw this to be an issue now, we're on the front lines. We have boots on the ground, but nobody wants to listen. So in Practical terms, how do you make progress on this? Agenda? Well, you know when I last took a year, I spent most of the legislative session down talking to legislators, you know, trying to get them to understand that this is you know, not wage. Where are you? Jack? What state are you in Phoenix where I'm going? Actually I live in Peoria, but which is right next to Phoenix. Pretty much is cannabis legal in Arizona we had Medical marijuana only and simple. We're the only state that simple possession is a felony. Oh, wow. Are there still a lot of arrests taking place for that? Yeah, I can't remember what it was last year, but it's somewhere around 10,000 that's significant. Yeah, we have an initiative that hopefully will help it's on the ballot this November among active-duty police. Do you believe your beliefs would be in the minority or majority or what percentage of policemen do you think see cannabis as something that shouldn't be outlawed? Well, you know, I see more and more of them as I speak with more and more officers coming in. I don't know if they've you know seen it when they were in college or whatever but more and more Officers Club and seem to realize the futility of it. It's difficult to talk to officer. If you talk to him about you know how Prejudice it is and they boo hoo your way home. Yeah, most cops are prejudiced. It's just the whole mechanisms Prejudice. You know, it's not one particular are their presidents cops, of course, or they're not prejudiced cops. Most of them are not fringes but you know, the mechanism filters you and forces those kind of situations, you know, dr. Timothy Leary when he came across the border was was a joint was looking at ten years in prison and $50,000 or some crazy in though. So these are the these are the problems that we have and these are the problems we need to to resolve and overtime. What we've done is we've you know, basically thought everybody that if it's a drug as bad and you know, you compare it to other drugs that we we use and we have there's really no comparison to many of these drugs certainly as an enforcement officer. Your job is to enforce the statutes in the laws and I guess there's some latitude there in how aggressive you are. If you if an officer believes they smell some cannabis. They have the authority to look under the seat or in the trunk or all over the place. Right?.

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"timothy leary" Discussed on Your Essential Nature

Your Essential Nature

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Your Essential Nature

"Because sometimes I feel very constricted in this life that common theme going around Yeah Yeah, and I want to be able to soar into really spread my wings and interest in giant shooter day, and I felt too constricted. Shirt instead ECHO. Glad, you did. But. Week before he passed dos I was like I felt a poll towards watching all of this stuff again. It was the craziest thing because I mean part of my my spiritual journey was. Fierce grace and if you've seen documentary before of Rhonda's. Yeah it was a long time ago. I think Oh probably like two thousand, four, two thousand five, yeah! for those that don't know fierce Grace Ramdas helped bring meditation. And some of these ideas from from the east of the West, he was part of the Timothy Leary LSD movement, nineteen sixties, expanding your mind and everything. and. He met his guru. Baba neem curly But he fierce grace. He had a stroke. And in in having a stroke he. Began to question everything that he had learned. But really what he was given was fierce grace, it forced him to look at all the different pieces, and he said all the stuff that comes up is grist for the mill. It's pruning of your hedges, its refining, and when you try to have everything neat perfect, you miss you miss the inner perfection. Any missed it to deeper levels of healing that are to be undertaken for for Seoul development and really connection with what you are absolutely now. And the other part that I love about Rahm. Dasa's journey is that he took Krishna dos with him. If you've ever watched one one track heart, which is a documentary about Krishna dos. Who is the one who like? Ramdas brought the meditation and brought the teachings of Baba Neem curly here. Ramdas studied also under named curly and and he brought the music over, so he brought all of the. Sanskrit chanting, he's one of the introduced us so David Promo- had an introduction to the Western world. Chris Asta that and and the the movie. When track heart is amazing, and Ramdas featured in because they were really close. They both studied in India One of the things that I thought was so interesting about Krishna dos is that he had a choice the summer that he was going into India here to go to India or a choice to tour with his band, and he left his band, and he went to India, and his band was blue waster Colt Oh yeah. Don't. Fear the reaper yeah. I repeat either. Hashtag legalize it. Was the best that was. That was the best care the refer we're going to do. What you're talking about, it's a song from the nineteen seventies and it's it's a song about death. How about that? How is that for? This is sleeping together. If the cameras working just going to have the whole set. I love that you were the one talking about perfection. Our. Older So yeah, so he I thought it was so cool that he like the choice that he made and he's. Sorry, he never toured with Molester Colt. He was never sorry and. He talks about he..

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"timothy leary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Know you've you've done a lot of recreational drug use in your life. What was the craziest high you ever experienced? You remember I would yes. That was UH. Oh my God that was during the early seventies it was the Timothy Leary era where I was doing I it was At one of the one of the letters. Mda AMC mcas. Something like that. I was making blended drinks. Would with wild? Mushrooms are mushrooms and I remember I was trying to go to work and I. I 'cause I had a couple of drinks and then I left the bar for a minute and I had to run home and I was trying to come up the ramp and everything was moving everything. The whole world was moving in front of me and I'm going I had to stand back and people going. Hi How are we going? I'm fine how are you that was one of the craziest times I said? What the hell am I doing so often doing a heavy drugs? Yeah I stopped at that was when I was younger. Going to throw you to have the sixties in the seventies and and then the eighties and I stabbed say. Wait a minute when I turned fifty years old. That was twenty eight years ago. Why say that's it? No more and drink and smoke pot near that's it. Yeah Pothead in and cocktails. Thank you been great. Ask Johnny. This was a lot of fun. You see uncle. Johnny has so many stories and we all. We always love hanging out with uncle. Johnny we may we may.

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"timothy leary" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Yeah please Timothy Leary I remember when those guys were important a dead giveaway they were both involved in psychology huh yeah anyway about around us dead at eighty eight years old not says here he died peacefully I wonder how many people actually know what I'm talking about when I say Baburam das or even Timothy livery it's been so long but anyway he was a big shot psychologist at Harvard along with some of the lyrics Bob around us was his real name was Richard Alpert I remember this vividly because I was there these guys back in the sixties were experimenting they say with LSD they took themselves and they immediately went off the deep end and started doing things like because they had such pull and push by destroying the culture back in the day it was looked at like that it was looked at as this is enlightenment this is all about love and a question authority and all that stuff anyway S. two eighty eight not words entered says up no cluster death was given how bodies eighty eight years old yeah there you go the call for I'm not pressed with this guy at all if you want to know about this I want to say someone intimately you've got to read Tom Wolfe's book the electric Kool aid acid test if you have read that shame on you that is a Tom walls traveling hanging out with the guys on the bus further wishes can keys is true they make a pilgrimage to see Timothy Leary but there's all of the sixties stuff in there at the Grateful Dead the hell's angels all of the great book really good but I truly is a great book people use great are too many to too much too often but it is a great book collector could acid test that's not what I came to talk about but I just saw does blast across the water Bob around dos spiritual Guero girl ruin L. S. D. pioneer what the hell's and Ellis the pioneer L. S. D. piety yeah elle est is what's good for society for humanity yeah boy hasn't ever it yeah and here's one of the guys that pioneered it the president gets shot before eight eight but he's eighty eight ounces or suffered a stroke at one point someone paralyzed on the right side of his body from time to time unable to speak but I'm sure he was still able to go home I'm whacked out as do stock up on my Facebook page power around us yeah allow me I I I had a bunch of things going into here but they are still have actually not had a have them off I've apologized many times for my generation mama mama my generation the one that the one point was hoping they die before they get old I mean I never I never felt like that I was going to get old but anyway my generation took the I want to say the the gifts from the greatest generation the World War two generation those were mommies and Daddies I'm talking the generation that came about when the soldiers came home jumped on their wives had babies like crazy every woman in America was pregnant anywhere you want I remember that back in the in the early squarely I'm talking fifty one to two for three of four forty six forty seven forty all that every but probably forty seven because of wars pretty much came to conclusion forty six all the guys were home by forty seven forty at least long enough to knock up their wives and then boom I mean it was just of the baby boom that's what they call it you can go anywhere where there wasn't a pregnant woman I'm not track and one now you maybe see one what by accident of every four weeks everybody was pregnant back then everybody everybody we were walking around and they have then then were pregnant again once they had that baby it was up again the guys come home from work and that generation was the generation that came out of the depression made America the greatest hits ever been in the history of mankind and they gave it to us my generation my generation turned around and started writing stupid poetry that's not in any way interesting taking LSD having sex in the streets playing rock and roll much of which socked with do your guitar players facing their amplifiers with their but to you a twenty minute guitar solos and twenty off drum solos should be don't this will log instructional but done that was my generation we destroyed American many ways that's in huge part why were the shape right now in our defense never apologize for this many time I'm I'm dead serious I'm I'm sorry current generation for what we did I really am I'm doing my best right now to make up for that I have been for years and I've and I brought that to the side is many times over different microphones on different radio stations but I'm sorry and I'm doing the best I can to make it right it's like I've seen the error of my ways I'm a work in progress is my lovely wife used to say as used also remind me that the lord uses the most flawed individuals to do the best work so I'm doing the best I can not that he's using me I I don't both courses use images you too but the bottom line is is I'm sorry I'm sorry but it is what it is so we got to move forward now Bob around us was one of the worst influences on America you could possibly imagine along with Timothy Leary because what they did is they took people away from adding value to others the lives of others to being patriotic and standing up for the greatest odd call social experiment history of mankind United States of America and they took people away from studying nuclear physics and ophthalmology and you name it physics and and and made them go into getting wasted out of their mind sitting around contemplating their belly button while they chanted all my actually thinking the beagle beagle Beale for saying something deep and spiritual when they were just noise just musically anything else but that that kind of thing so this guy right here is when the guilt is mo fo's ever ever Richard Alpert Bob around us come out of your fricking hands up too late I wonder if he's looking up maybe looking up with John Dingell I don't know our could be looking down we don't know we don't know we'll never know but around us is gone he's got some foundation called the love serve remember foundation Christianity was never good enough for these guys they they thought there was something else something deeper all yeah like what I what some guy in a bed sheet with a better done is nipples in India then we go live on his commune for awhile the dirt and grass he takes everything you have not gotten Lightman by the way to those who the Rocklin I'm talking about you're probably young you probably are but I I just did a post on this guy and I said the Frankfurt school useful idiot because I don't think he was in the Frankfurt school not at all I don't but he was very much influenced by that mindset that to destroy things and then from the ashes a mighty collective socialist secular governors rises so that's when he was all about 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"timothy leary" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Didn't see hitters all I can deal with it it was on the left if you take one is from what signals he had a root your team to prepare main days and he kept saying after the first in he said he got a little logo a no hitter the year right no no been but hearing him tell that story it sure sounds like somebody telling a story they actually believe happened but it's hard to say we also know that he was probably not telling the truth about the whole Timothy Leary thing so you know I guess the jury's out but I would like to believe that it happened so I don't know about you fellow ridiculous historians but I largely leave the the bones of the story the structure of it however I have some some pretty personal questions one being the degree of alteration that applied if you look at the timeline of the LST was taking the way LST works what is he taking a larger hits you know was he off his cantaloupes were was he experiencing the equivalent of what Silicon Valley and burning man fans would call a Microtus yeah I mean you know from hearing him tell this is his second tab that he had taken in in those days that stuff probably would have been pretty potent so I would lean more towards the the what the kids call tripping balls so this Ellis the moon probably would have come from a source similar to owls Lee the legendary LST supplier and the recent wondering about the Mike reducing is because preliminary studies which have only occurred I recently seem to indicate that there may be some sort of relationship between what we call the flu state and the use of small amounts of hallucinogens not just Ellis Dee but psilocybin so without getting too into it I have some I have some pretty fascinating studies but I'd like to hear from you folks do you think that there was a relationship between the L. S. D. dock Ellis consumes did it put him in a flow state similar to the experience people would have when they practice the use of transcranial direct current stimulation or meditation or what have or do you think it was a coincidence do you think he succeeded in spite of this in fact macaroni penguins feed on small fish and squid despite popular belief they are not fond of cheese macaroni penguins now is the A. B. Q. bio parks.

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"timothy leary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Obviously Timothy Leary as someone who so many people know, and so many people have associations and attachments with the name and what he was about. How much research did you do on Leary? How much did you go off of your own feelings about him? Well, I read his works. I read the various Dogra Fay's about him. And he's life was quite fascinating thousand page novel about him. But this is more about the situation. Joanie? What was the effect of great guru on their followers is positive or is it negative neary to us. Incidentally, in the late sixties was preposterous figure on TV muttering, and chanting and robe. We -pletely reviled him. We of course, were solely in possession of the real truth of the knowledge of the world. We were you know, twenty two, but I came to have a newfound respect for him. When I did this research in the period, I'm writing about sixty to sixty four before he went off the deep end. He was dynamic Anson Forty-one-year-old of psychologist very charismatic figure. Unfortunately, he had. Addictive personality of so many of us do and this whole drug experimentation for him was a new thing. I think he just lost sight of what he was opposed to be doing. When what is that? Go ahead. I'm sorry. Quote about this. He was also one of the early of circle of is taking you said that, you know, continue taking it once you get the message hang up. Agree with that..

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"timothy leary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To all of it on WNYC. Alison stewart. Thank you so much for joining me this hour, if I say turn on tune in drop out, you would likely say Timothy Leary, the academic LSD proponent, a man who son described as a quote, rascal up until his death is at the center of TC boils newest novel outside looking in which is based on Leary's controversial years at Harvard University. The story follows a married couple Harvard grad student fits and his wife Joni they become drawn into Tim Leary's magnetic orbit the couple make a fateful decision to participate in. Larry's unconventional psych study one that involves dosing students with LSD and asking them to record their experience as fits in Joni become more hooked on the high and the alternative community that is formed around Leary's persona that aside to give up their former lives and join him and establishing an LSD commune of sorts. No matter. The cost of their careers or marriage or teenage son outside looking in breeze. Trippy life into a real historical moment, examining the mind, bending possibilities and start consequences of life on psychedelic drugs. TC boil joins us via phone TC. Welcome to all of it. Yeah. Thanks. So your descriptions of being high analysis D, a really vivid and detailed is this from personal experience. Well, my experiences are fairly memorial. Unlike Michael pollen, for instance, who's a friend of mine, I did that revisit those drugs in order to write this book because my mind is hanging on by the thinnest thread right now. And it didn't wanna go there. So as you were as you're writing this as you were creating these scenes, how did you bring these experiences of being high specifically and LSD high to the page? That's a question of the magic of writing fiction, which is why I'll do it. I don't know how it happens get into my trance, Julie. And it begins to happen. You will notice though that to write about a dream or LSD trick or sex or violence. Requires a great, Hugh. Tenderness on the writers part because we don't want to over do over till or put anyone to sleep. You know, the way your best friend has a dream and explains the drink to the.

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"timothy leary" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on KTRH

"Other stuff I've written about the Kennedy fascination, obviously, I don't believe ficials story. And I think there was a high level government conspiracy fascinating. All right Perry. Did you have you had the second question if you can work that fast? Okay. Really really quickly, Richard. You know at one twenty is losing their revolutionary war and fairly he had a vision of the future, you know, skyscrapers and see what we would become years later in that kind of just lifted his spirits and is fierceness for continuing eventually winning the war. Thank you, Richard. You guys take care. All right, Barry. Thank you for that. Let's say hi to Joe in Long Island, east of the Rockies. Joe? Welcome. Good morning. Yeah. Hi, don. I ask about the hellfire club listed the devil as the president. So maybe that was tongue in cheek or just a joke. But just you know, could you address that? Well, I I I wrote about in the book, I didn't know they listed doubles the president. But that would be in keeping I guess with with the the tone of the club because they did have the prostitutes dressed as I mean, they clearly wanted to strike a strike a blow for blasphemy, I guess so that would that would certainly I I'm not sure that they would be considered. Sadness. But obviously, and that's that's the kind of thing went went see things like that. They can always joke and say, we're just this thing funny, obviously, the devil was the president. But a lot of people that look at what the some of these do, and certainly the hellfire club looked like they were they were doing some very strange things especially considering the air in which it occurred. You might expect something like that. It'll more depraved society like we have now. But I that's that's news to me. But that's that's that makes it even more interesting. Joe thank you for that. Isn't that where the phrase do what that will which was later adapted by Croly came about from the hellfire club? Yes. It came later to be adopted. The motto of the ferries probably who is worship by lots and lots of people from Timothy Leary to the Beatles and lots.

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"timothy leary" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Two two two five two two two. If you wanna if you wanna talk about that Gavin Newsom and the death penalty just assigning now decided even though you voted for. No, so talk about that a little bit. The New Zealand shooter. We have some updates on who he is more about his background and also a little bit on the man suspected of the century city more shooting spree shut that mall down the other day. I got some input on him. But first of all I'm uplift last night. I couldn't man if anybody has anything they take at night to sleep. I got to know what it is. I've tried melatonin. I tried massive amounts of marijuana. I mean, I'm like Timothy Leary, and I don't like smoking, and I have to smoke search massive amounts of pot that all the dodgers make me wanna eat two pizzas. And something sweet. And I get three hours. So I can't I can't do that Ambien doesn't work. I don't drink. I tried the Nyquil version without the Nyquil stuff in it doesn't work if you're out there and have tried and tried with Dr kipper he wants to give me some Gamba Gabar Penton, try that again, it didn't work last time. Again, my nightmare is I'm the guy on the plane travelling from Europe, eighty two hours the entire plane dark everybody sound asleep and bouncing around sound asleep in the chair, and I'm watching my fifteenth movie, and then I pay for it because get off the plane, and I'm I'm wiped, but I just can't sleep. Anyway, that said I had the joy of being last night. And I was laughing my backside off because apparently all the channels decided at that time of night is when you want to buy stuff because they're running stuff. And I know that the that the time is cheap that time in the night. But really there's a doctor I wrote to step down because I couldn't believe it. Dr ho belt, it's Dr Ho's belt. And Dr Hogue gets on and he's Asian. I don't know what nationality, but he's created a belt for lower back things. If you have horrible back pain you wear this giant, which looks like a prize bolt from a prizefighter that big. It's really tight it goes over your clothing. And he has he's testimonials people sitting at work. Dr Jose me my back, really hurt. And now, I consider my desk all day get up, and it never hurts anymore with Dr Ho's amazing miracle belt. I went home, and I sit with his dinner now watching TV, and I I have virtually no pain, the pain is all gone after years of paying with Dr Jose. Well, yeah, it's the size of one of those, you know, when people work out in a factory, and they wear those buffs. So they don't so the testicles don't drop to their shoes when they let stuff that's what it is. Basically. It's a giant spanks thing. That's that's all it is. And then doctor who comes on. And he does his I promise you or your money back yet. It's this giant thing you're wearing over your clothes at work. Yeah. Okay. How about a full body cast Dr Ho's full body cast can also help your back a who's buying this stuff? And I noticed while I'm watching that on one channel. And I'm fascinated by it. I can't wait to see more testimonials, I work in a car dealership, and I sell on the floor, and I gotta walk all day my backwards with Dr hose amazing belt. My back doesn't hurt him more. Yeah. But you're wearing a giant thing over your shoot. You look like an idiot. So so they got that on one channel below it on the next I know how to get rid of crepes skin and on the third channel it was how to tighten and get rid of gross chruch rosy. So I guess is at the time when three o'clock with self-improvement times that when people who are up so the theory is if I'm an insomniac, and I can't sleep or I'm doing shift work, my biggest problems crows feet and creepy arms and back pain. I mean is is it targeted that? Wow. I that kept me up too. Because I was fascinated watching the people actually buy that belt, which you can see from space it. So. This thing is so big why not just get get a look when I had hernia ever Harney about which is tiny and you word around you right, Andre and it holds in earlier. This is like that except forty times bigger. And of course, it helps you back and back support, but it's not a miracle. So anyway, I just went crazy. I saw every channel that time of night is self-improvement crows feet, and this and that and memory tapes. And so I've never done that. I've never really watched extensive television at three thirty in the morning for a long time like to five thirty in the morning. So I guess if there's if anybody listening right now is into self-improvement go to sleep early wake up at three thirty. It's all there for you. This is world full of of the Tony Robbins. Stop me. That's when they all come out, man. And they all sell you stuff to make you better. So you could be crepe list without crows feet and stand up straight because you've got basically Dr hose version of giants spanks or the go from your how do you do up to your? Sternum? And of course, it keeps. You a wreck because you've got rebar basically around your body is the weirdest thing I've ever seen another thing. And I want to give them a little bit. Shoutout is addicted Dale do we have to take the song here? I was gonna play dick Dale. No, no, no. No, no. It is right here. Where is it? I don't see anyway, next number. Oh, okay. Oh here it is. So dick Dale died, dick. There was the surfing guitars. And I think, you know, his style. It was a lot of reverb. And Brian Wilson actually said he was one of the biggest influences in surf music, a lot of people say, he created surf music, the reverse style, and you know, one of his most favourite famous tunes is. And what's the saddest thing about this story? It's not just the dick Dale died. But he's eighty one.

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"timothy leary" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"And even I remember one time, I heard Ralph Metzner say how he finally had an experience I was mushrooms and nothing had happened. And he said well that was it. And then like six months later, something reminded him of something that happened during the experience, it was one of the most profound moments of his life. So we have these experiences, and then we try to work on them. We try to remember what it was like, and it's not easy because you come back down. And then you go back to work, and you're among people who aren't in your same mindset. So that's another reason I think it's important to have community and today, besides the local community, we can have worldwide community global community, you know, some of your my age or close to it. And and we had pen pals remember that. And I would I would maintain maybe three or four exchanges of letters before. I couldn't I lost interest. It was really difficult to keep up because with Email messaging. You don't really have that lag time and everything. So I think we're in better communication better touch with people. And I would also like to add one thing to Timothy Leary think for yourself and question authority because there's one other thing I've learned in doing psychedelics that it has done for me. And that is to. Help me overcome my fears, and I found that that psychedelic people in general have have lot better control or their fears, and they don't let people stampede them and worry him. And I think the reason for that is at least in my case. And a lot of my friends is because the more of these experiences, you have the more fearful you are going into them. I only done maybe three or four dozen times. But each time it's harder. And that's over a period of thirteen years. So so, but I quit doing I'll ask about three years ago because I was I was getting frayed. It was just too difficult is takes a lot of work, and I've done I don't know how many mushroom Chris. But what I do mushrooms. They used to do anyhow I take a cassette recorder in with me that was activated. And then I'd make mushroom tapes. And I've got like twenty hours of mushroom tapes that. That oh, the green squiggly inside the blue cube is awesome. They're not much salvage out of them. But so I really haven't even listened to them in years, but they're on my desk. And when I really get old I'm gonna listen to my old mushroom. The other thing I've seen about psychedelics on many occasion is that at least while you're in that state in the afterglow for the hours afterwards. One of the things that seems to disappear is evidence of class class structures that that I have I've done psychedelics with with nobility and with celebrities and stuff like that. And you know, going in there. Oh that was so and so I was nervous. I didn't want to talk to them. And let them see how stupid I could be. So I was like and yet after the experience we're hugging. Each other. We're all buddies and stuff like that. I think that that the psychedelics aren't for everybody. I would I would be shocked if more than ten to fifteen percent of the population would ever really participate in psychedelic and our role. I don't think as psychedelic community is isn't to talk people. Into using them or experiencing. It is to let them know what it's done for us..

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"timothy leary" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"You can imagine you know, and that really got me thinking and yet I still didn't want to stretch out too much kind of difficult and dangerous. But my my I wouldn't call my my mentor. He was a close friend. But my the guy who really got me into coming out of the closet was Myron Stoler off. And some of you, in fact, Michael I were just talking about Myron, and he was a mutual friend Michael Numa lot longer than I did. But Myron would gene. His wife told me they would catch planes leave from his daughter's house and Burbank and take shuttle the airport. She said every time he got in the shuttle, he was sit down and before he even got settled turned to the guy next to him and say, what do you think about LSD? And a little harmless and smiling, you know, and he said he never failed to start a conversation. He said everybody wanted to talk about everybody having opinions, you know, and we're not talking about people have done it. We're talking about people who are interested in some of the thinking that comes from her. So so for just a second. Let me talk a little bit about what I see is the word psychedelic. Now Timothy Leary said if you're psychedelic you'd think for yourself, and you question authority, and I don't think there has been a better time in our history to do that the thing is that for many years, I was kind of a rebel. And so for many years, I thought the only authority to question was the government because they weren't letting me smoke my note. Well, the thority really is much more widespread. It's your friends your relative your neighbor, your family, your co worker, your religion your community. Those are the ones who are really controlling our thinking because like it or not we're different people in different situations at work we have one personality with our family. We have another one. And with our our parents or children with our friends.

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"timothy leary" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on The Librocube

"Movie monologue. Today's movie wrong sponsor is mind. Expanding hugs. Thank you for that movie. Okay. If you're following along, you will not be surprised, by the fact that movie versed is scary movie. Three as the MRs an I are watching all of the scary movies, not has been the John Rio horror films. No is in the movies. That are their titles are scary movies going to say, that's a little confusing. A little confusing but worth it's because these movies are very very good. And I think the to hold up as long as you go in expecting dumb, fun dumb fun period. Is what these are this one forgot? I kinda didn't remember it. Although soon as I started watching it things started to collect the fact that Leslie Nielsen is an ISP. Oof. Movie. Right. They're gonna bring up Mark. I think of the three so far that we've watched this has been my favorite one with the most just dumb laughs, the most just turn off your brain laughs, which is what we need. Sometimes don't we? Yes, political. Maybe that is anyways. So braiding wise think I'm going to give it like a four to five with some five hundred five just moments quite often involving Leslie Nielsen because I love him and would marry him. Should he be alive today, which he has not sadness? Us. Onto the first dying to know Cohen around Ramdas and Timothy Leary. Yes documentary, actually, my mom, and I watched this one it's documentary boat..

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"timothy leary" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"timothy leary" Discussed on The Librocube

"Movie monologue. Today's movie wrong sponsor is mind. Expanding hugs. Thank you for that movie. Okay. If you're following along, you will not be surprised, by the fact that movie versed is scary movie. Three as the MRs an I are watching all of the scary movies, not has been the John Rio horror films. No is in the movies. That are their titles are scary movies going to say, that's a little confusing. A little confusing but worth it's because these movies are very very good. And I think the to hold up as long as you go in expecting dumb, fun dumb fun period. Is what these are this one forgot? I kinda didn't remember it. Although soon as I started watching it things started to collect the fact that Leslie Nielsen is an ISP. Oof. Movie. Right. They're gonna bring up Mark. I think of the three so far that we've watched this has been my favorite one with the most just dumb laughs, the most just turn off your brain laughs, which is what we need. Sometimes don't we? Yes, political. Maybe that is anyways. So braiding wise think I'm going to give it like a four to five with some five hundred five just moments quite often involving Leslie Nielsen because I love him and would marry him. Should he be alive today, which he has not sadness? Us. Onto the first dying to know Cohen around Ramdas and Timothy Leary. Yes documentary, actually, my mom, and I watched this one it's documentary boat..

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