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Hallucinogenic drugs and religious experience

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Terence McKenna recordings

 Collection
Identifier: MSP 185
Abstract A collection of seven audio cassettes distributed by Dolphin Tapes (Big Sur, California) containing Terence McKenna lectures and radio interviews recorded from 1981 to 1983.

William Richards papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MSP 67
Abstract The William Richards papers is a collection of articles and article reprints by William Richards. The articles discuss the use of LSD, DPT, psilocybin, and other entheogens for treating cancer patients and alcoholism, as well as for the study of religious and spiritual experiences. There is also a CD of a Sixty Minutes interview concerning LSD with Richards and a summary of the interview written by Richards.

Thomas B. Roberts papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MSP 71
Scope and Contents The Thomas B. Roberts papers documents his research in psychoactive substances through articles, clippings, correspondence, conference materials, and a course syllabus.

Thomas B. Roberts papers, addition 03

 Unprocessed — Box Box 1
Identifier: 20150615.1

Sanford Unger papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MSP 69
Abstract The Sanford Unger papers contains several articles concerning the effects of psychedelic drugs on alcoholics and individuals suffering from neurotic disorders, as well as the implication of those drugs on religious visions and mysticism. The collection also contains the correspondence between Aldous and Laura Huxley and Sanford Unger, as well as a DVD of "LSD: The Spring Grove Experiment."

William Richards collection of Walter Pahnke papers

 Collection — Box Box 1
Identifier: MSP 68
Scope and Contents The William Richards Collection of Walter Pahnke papers (1952-1972; 0.2 cubic feet) contains materials that document the life and works of Walter Pahnke. It includes article reprints, a listing of his publications, a photograph of Pahnke, a summary of his doctoral thesis, his CV from 1970, an account of his first LSD experience, a poem by his wife, personal manuscripts, and his obituary are included in the collection.