JOURNAL OF PSYCHEDELIC DRUGS Vol. 1, #2 (SF: The Haight-Ashbury Medical Clinic, Winter 1967-68) – “Psychedelic Drugs and Religion”.
JOURNAL OF PSYCHEDELIC DRUGS Vol. 1, #2 (SF: The Haight-Ashbury Medical Clinic, Winter 1967-68) – “Psychedelic Drugs and Religion”.

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JOURNAL OF PSYCHEDELIC DRUGS Vol. 1, #2 (SF: The Haight-Ashbury Medical Clinic, Winter 1967-68) – “Psychedelic Drugs and Religion”.

First printing. 4to. Wrps., 146pp., perfect bound. Edited by David E. Smith. The second issue of this long-running journal, originally conceived by Smith as a house organ for the Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic of San Francisco.

Contents include contributions from Timothy Leary (a text on the religious experience reprinted from the Psychedelic Review #3); John Luce (“Hippies and the Media”); Meher Baba (“LSD and the Highroads”); extensive book reviews; a bibliography on religion and mental health; research findings on congenital malformations induced by mescaline and LSD in hamsters; a report on incidents in the Haight-Ashbury and “some uncommonly used drugs”; the psychedelic experience and psychotherapy; peyote and the Native American Church; more.

Superficial blemish to upper wrapper, o/w Very Good plus.

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