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The Doors of Perception & Heaven and Hell by Aldous Huxley
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it was amazing

The Doors of Perception takes its title from a William Blake poem and is a classic of its kind. My version of the book also included Heaven and Hell as well as an essay on the reasons why people take intoxicants of all kinds. Reading all this information, it seems to me that mescaline is non-addictive and an alternative to both drugs and alcohol with none of the side effects. Mescaline can be created synthetically so why don't more people use it to investigate their inner minds and unconscious and to introduce some mysticism in their lives?
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Reading Progress

October 24, 2020 – Started Reading
October 24, 2020 – Shelved
October 24, 2020 –
page 22
11.76%
October 24, 2020 –
page 55
29.41%
October 29, 2020 –
page 100
53.48%
November 29, 2020 –
page 180
96.26%
November 29, 2020 – Finished Reading

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Julian Worker Before you start this book make sure to find out what 'antipodes' and 'preternaturally' mean, as the author uses these words a lot.


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Coeruleum Honestly, you should just know what those words mean in general because they’re good words.


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