Timothy Leary


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United States psychologist who experimented with psychoactive drugs (including LSD) and became a well-known advocate of their use (1920-1996)

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ACID GURU: Prophet of LSD Timothy Leary at the Human Be-In in 1967
Producer/Director Gay Dillingham and Co-Producer, Michael Donnelly take viewers inside the lives of life-long companions and cultural icons, Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert (Ram Dass) in the months preceding Leary's death from cancer.
She further added that Timothy Leary, known for advocating psychedelic drugs, was her friend, so that acid was nice and pure, but now she was not looking for chemicals.
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Burroughs and Timothy Leary, but also shedding light on the musical genesis of the machine-beast that was Ministry and the roots of its transformation from an electronic synth-pop band to "metal-malice" juggernaut.
20) By the mid-twentieth century, some psychiatrists were treating obsessional neurosis with LSD-25, (21) and Kusama's gradual personality change from an introvert to an extrovert during this period coincided with the new studies made by the behavioral psychologist Timothy Leary.
The best-known members of the "Club" were Timothy Leary, Richard Alpert (Ram Das), Huston Smith, and Andrew Weil.
When Timothy Leary advised his generation to "turn on" by taking psychedelic drugs, he got it all wrong.
The Harvard Psychedelic Club: How Timothy Leary, Ram Dass, Huston Smith, and Andrew Weil Killed the Fifties and Ushered in a New Age for America
He also took candid images of the famous people who visited, including counterculture icon Timothy Leary, comedian Tommy Smothers and humorist Al Capp.
Crossbreedings of every kind are on display, including videos by Lithuanian/New York artist Jonas Mekas, like A Visit to Timothy Leary (1965) and Bed-In, John Lennon and Yoko Ono (1970).
Narcotics researcher and experimenter Timothy Leary left the academy in 1941, perhaps foreshadowing his 1960s advice to "turn on, tune in, and drop out.
1996: Psychologist and pioneer in the use of LSD, Timothy Leary, died on this day
The former Harvard lecturer Timothy Leary popularised LSD with his "turn on, tune in, drop out" advice in the 1960s, but Hofmann believed the substance was hijacked and abused by the hippy movement and maintained he produced it as a medicine.