The great modern classic of a brilliant rebel's personal exploration into the nature of consciousness
Featuring a New Introduction by John Higgs
"Cosmic Trigger deals with a process of deliberately induced brain change. This process is called "initiation" or "vision quest" in many traditional societies and can loosely be considered some dangerous variety of self-psychotherapy in modern terminology. I do not recommend it for everybody . . . briefly, the main thing I learned in my experiments is that "reality" is always plural and mutable." - Robert Anton Wilson from the Preface
The Robert Anton Wilson Trust Authorized Hilaritas Press Edition
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"I don't see how to take death seriously. I look forward without dogmatic optimism, but without dread. I love you all and I deeply implore you to keep the lasagna flying."About the Author:
Author of some 35 books including Cosmic Trigger, Prometheus Rising, Schrodinger's Cat Trilogy, and co-author of the Illuminatus! Trilogy, Robert Anton Wilson was a futurist, author, lecturer, stand-up comic, guerrilla ontologist, psychedelic magician, outer head of the Illuminati, quantum psychologist, Taoist sage, Discordian Pope, Struthian politician . . . maybe. He said Model Agnosticiam consists of never regarding any model or map of the universe with total 100% belief or total 100% denial. Bob's Maybe Logic inspired the creation of the Maybe Logic Academy. Timothy Leary, who contributed a Foreword to this book in 1977, was a world-renowned psychologist, a defrocked Harvard professor, a relentless champion of brain change, a reputed drug guru, a stand-up philosopher, and a prisoner of the Nixon administration. He was called "the most dangerous man in America" by President Richard Nixon.
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Descrizione libro And/Or Press, 1977. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110915904292
Descrizione libro And/Or Press, 1977. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0915904292