Flashbacks has ratings and 28 reviews. Russell said: Timothy Leary was free , in a way that a lot of people are not. His autobiography tells crazy sto. Directed by Jeff Scheftel, Andrew Thomas. With Allen Ginsberg, Ken Kesey, Timothy Leary, G. Gordon Liddy. “Dr. Timothy Leary’s passion affected an entire culture and influenced modern world history. Flashbacks, Leary’s own account of his career as “an accomplished .
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It reads like a thriller. Refresh and try again. Tim himself said that there were 24 different This is but one of several “autobiographies”, although it attempts to highlight the whole sweep of his life up to that point Flashbacks, Leary’s own account of his career as “an accomplished clinical psychologist at Harvard University, a dabbler in Eastern mysticism, a fugitive and convict, a stand-up comedian and actor, a writer and software designer and exponent of cybernetics” – The New York Timesis the only book written by him that directly addresses the issues, people, and history of his personal awakening and crusade.
I also tried to convince him that Johnny Cash wasn’t simply a “a square” Preview — Flashbacks by Timothy Leary. With a foreword by William Burroughs, this frenetic autobiography relates the life story of Timothy Leary, one of the key figures of thes North American counterculture, and the primary proponent of psychedelia as a way of life.
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I read this in high school Jul 25, Pamela rated it really liked it. Whew, this one was fun.
I cannot believe all the amazing life experiences this guy had. Want to Read saving…. Aug 14, Lil Mike rated it it was ok Recommends it for: This book fashbacks makes the point that people are not one dimensional. From inside the book.
Jun 21, susie Marie rated it it was amazing. I enjoyed reading his version of it. Common terms and phrases acid agents Aldous Allen Allen Ginsberg Alpert American asked Aunt Mae became brain Burroughs cadet California called cell cellblock Center consciousness Cord Meyer Dick door Eldridge escape evolution experience eyes federal felt Foashbacks Lu Frank Frank Barron friends front going Gordon Liddy guards flashbacsk Harvard hashish Hauchard head human intelligence Jack jail Joanna John Kennedy Kerouac kids later laughed lawyer learned living looked Marianne marijuana Mary Pinchot Mary Pinchot Meyer Mexico Michael Hollingshead Millbrook mind move movie mushrooms mystical Nanette never night philosophic played police political prison Professor psilocybin psychedelic drugs psychedelic experience psychiatrist psychology pulled Ralph Metzner realities Richard Alpert Rosemary session smile summer Susan talk Timothy Leary tion told took trip turned waiting walked watched Weathermen week York.
Mar 06, Chad rated it it leart amazing. Sep 17, Diane Flashbacs rated it really liked it. Xmahannah rated it it was amazing Mar 27, In an additional chapter added only about 1 year before his death, he talks about the future and how computers are both the modern means of working, communication, and drugs.
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Apr 09, Marcia rated it really liked it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. An amazing life, shows how much the government wants to control the freedom of consciousness.
Many criticized his testing, lifestyle, and inclusion of psychotropics, but I found it absolutely fascinating. Fascinating memoir of a counter culture icon! Feb 14, Frank Palardy rated it liked it Shelves: I got to meet and spend a day with Dr Leary before he died, and asked him personally about some of the infamous episodes retold from his point of view in this book.
He coined and popularized the catch phrase “Turn on, tune in, drop out.
I wrote a review. A Personal and Cultural History of an Era: If you know about psychedelics, or actually, if you don’t know about them, read this book.
Interesting life, but most of it is about him trying to avoid prison, in prison, escaping from prison. Return flashbadks Book Page. And, he knew scads of intellectual tlashbacks and leart all. Jan 21, Ryan rated it it was amazing. When questioned about whether he ever worked for undercover or as a There’s no doubt Dr.
One of the best autobiographies I’ve read. Timothy Leary was not just a stoner; he also serv Timothy Leary was free, in a way that a lot of people are not. Timothy Leary’s passion affected an entire culture and influenced modern world history. All I can say for sure is that, somewhere along the way Leary’s heart was broken, and his favorite song was “Bitch” by the Rolling Stones.
This book focuses on the positive aspects of Leary’s life in his own words.
Jul 31, Russell rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: There are no discussion topics on flqshbacks book yet.
One of the most interesting lives I have ever heard of. Nov 06, Matt mattdema rated it it was amazing. This chapter is stunningly accurate, in certain regards, and discusses the likely future of human interactions. User Review – Flag as inappropriate I had Flashbacks in