This section will include some of the outstanding historical papers and documents laying the groundwork for effective work with psychedelic substances, and reporting on some of the significant early psychedelic research. New papers will be added from time to time.

New article: The Future of Human Consciousness, Myron Stolaroff's presentation in Basel, January 2006

New article: Tripping the Light Fantasmic, Rak Razam on the LSD conference in Basel, January 2006

New article: MDMA and Personal Growth by Myron Stolaroff

New article: Lysergy by Francisco Lázaro Filho, a summary of his experiences with LSD during a lifetime committed to spiritual/mystical research.

New article: A Case of Homosexuality and Character Disorder in a Man of 37 Treated by L.S.D. and Resolved within Four Months by Martin, A.J.

The latest addition to our site is the Gary Fisher Collection, where we will present you with a list of very interesting articles written by Gary Fisher about his work in psychotherapy, utilizing LSD and psylocybin. We are excited to offer these articles collected in one space.

New section to our site: The Hofmann Collection Reviews. Reviews of some of the over 4000 articles in the Hofmann Collection available at Erowid.

Failure to recognize the true nature and application of psychedelic substances stems primarily from the insistence of modern scientists to view the universe as a physical mechanism. Invisible energy and transpersonal levels of awareness are essentially ignored. Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. and a number of other scientists have now established that the previously strongly held views on the function of genes have now been found inaccurate. Below are links to two papers by Lipton reviewing the current situation. The first, The Human Genome Project, is a less complex overview; the second, Nature, Nurture and Human Development, is more detailed and is complete with references.



Unpublished Manuscript LSD - Twenty Years Later. Prepared after a meeting of many of the outstanding LSD researchers in the home of Oscar Janiger, M.D. in February 1979.

Questionnaire Study of the Psychedelic Experience

Brochure, Institute for Psychedelic Research

Excerpt from book "Schools of Psychoanalytic Thought"
by Ruth L. Munroe
The Dryden Press - Publishers

Osmond, Humphry. (1957). A Review of the Clinical Effects of Psychotomimetic Agents. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, , pp. 418-434.

Savage, Charles, and Stolaroff, Myron. (1965). Clarifying the Confusion Regarding LSD-25. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Volume 140, Number 3: 218-221.

Psychedelic Agents in Creative Problem-Solving: A Pilot Study by Willis Harman, Robert Mckim, Robert Mogar, James Fadiman, and Myron Stolaroff

Performance of a Graphic Artist Under the Influence of Mescaline

Additional personal reports from participants in the study:
Psychedelic Agents in Creative Problem-solving

Mescaline, LSD, and Personality Change -- A Review, by Sanford M. Unger, reprinted from Psychiatry: Journal for the Study of Interpersonal Processes, Volume 26, Number 2, May 1963.

Part 2

Part 3 (footnotes)

The Mescaline Phenomena by J. R. Smythies.

Drugs that Shape Men's Minds by Aldous Huxley. Reprinted by permission from The Saturday Evening Post October 18, 1958.

The Issue of the Consciousness-Expanding Drugs by Willis W. Harman from Main Currents in Modern Thought September-October 1963 Volume 20- Number 1

Excerpts from the paper Hallucinogenic Drugs and Plants in Psychotherapy and Shamanism by Ralph Metzner, Ph.D. from the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs Volume 30 (4), October-December 1998

Are Psychedelics Useful in the Practice of Buddhism? By Myron J. Stolaroff. Reprinted from Journal of humanistic Psychology, Volume 39, No. 1, Winter 1999, pp. 60-80.

Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect: Can Raving Save The Planet? By Nina Bargoche More and persons are participating in the Rave Scene throughout the nation, greatly alarming Congress and law enforcement personal. It is doubted that there is much understanding for the attraction to Raves and certainly not of the positive outcomes experienced by participants which encourages their continuing involvement. This paper describes in depth what the more informed users are seeking and finding, and the steps that are being taken to help more and more participants achieve safer and more beneficial results.



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