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5.0 out of 5 stars Future Dreams, 20 Jun 2013
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This review is from: LSD My Problem Child: Reflections on Sacred Drugs, Mysticism and Science (Paperback)
An essential book for anyone interested in the whole drugs/ transcendental issue. Hoffman looks at how LSD can unlock consciousness but it needs setting, mood and place to work effectively. People just taking the drugs as some rite of passage un- reflectively led to the mass hysteria.

Here Hoffman delicately explores how LSD and other drugs from the Americas can be used to unlock the human mind and embark on transcendence. However this is not premised on what took place previously even if it did stop a war.

Hoffman is thinking about the future
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hofmann what a legend, 15 Oct 2013
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This review is from: LSD My Problem Child: Reflections on Sacred Drugs, Mysticism and Science (Paperback)
This is a brilliant book, well written and covers the story from the start up-to now. Its also the kind of book you will read again and again whenever you need ref.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Buy this book, you will not be disappointing!, 23 Sep 2012
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This review is from: LSD My Problem Child: Reflections on Sacred Drugs, Mysticism and Science (Paperback)
This is a wonderful trip through the mind of one of the genius' of chemical system building. Hoffman wasn't not any old hippy. Albert Hoffman sat on the Nobel panel, he became wealthy through patents and he lived to the grand old age of 103!

In LSD-My Problem Child, Albert Hoffman writes about not being impressed by Dr Timothy Leary's egalitarianism, talking with Aldous Huxley about the dangers of the peasants getting hold of the drug and tripping with the German writer, Ernst Junger. Junger also lived to the ripe old age of 103!
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