Guest speakers: Jean and Myron Stolaroff
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04:53Jean Stolaroff:Tells the story of how she first became involved with psychedelic medicines.
07:50 Myron Stolaroff: Tells how Death Valley came to be a favorite location for taking acid trips.
09:20 Myron tells some stories about Al Hubbard and Death Valley.
10:24 Myron tells of an acit trip in Death Valley that he had with Willis Harman and Al Hubbard.
15:56 Jean: “I knew I’d get a lot of fringe benefits from marrying Myron.”
17:10 Jean and Myron discuss 2C-E, “One of the very best.”
18:31 Jean and Myron discuss compounds they have no desire to ever try again.
21:33 Myron talking about 2C-B and how some substances react in unexpected ways with people.
25:14 Myron describes his first LSD experience, which took place in Canada on April 12, 1956.
35:18 Myron talks about Gerald Heard’s influence on his decision to try LSD.
37:30 Myron describes his first carbogen experience.
39:53 Myron describes the preparation that was required of participants in the Menlo Park work.
54:42 Myron: “You know, if you’re going to work with these materials, meditation is a marvelous supporter because as you use the materials you open your consciousness more, and that opens your meditation more. So then your meditation becomes more effective and more fulfilling. So it’s a growing process.”
59:58 Myron: “And the only way that you can keep developing and learning more, and getting into higher levels of consciousness, is by really exerting yourself and learning to use everything that shows up when you do have these experiences.”
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