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I've got 4 of these stories (and the introduction) I was listening to them at work the other day and thought they'd make for some interesting discussion Post. Ludlow has been introduced to a new generation of psychedelics users through Terence McKenna, who read chapters from The Hasheesh Eater for a set of tapes (“Victorian Tales of Cannabis”) and who regularly praised Ludlow in his books, saying Ludlow “began a tradition of pharmo-picaresque literature that would find later practitioners in William Burroughs.
Thanks to O’Shaughnessy, cannabis became a very popular treatment in Victorian Britain for various ailments. Victorian Tales of Cannabis book O’Shaughnessy’s research note that cannabis (or hemp) appeared to have many applications: “Hemp possesses, in small doses, an extraordinary power of stimulating the digestive organs, exciting the cerebral system, of acting also.
The Hasheesh Eater () is an autobiographical book by Fitz Hugh Ludlow describing the author's altered states of consciousness and philosophical flights of fancy while he was using a cannabis extract.
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However, the following list of game-changing cannabis books. These tales, according to his account, are edited versions of what was at the time experienced by him as a succession of images, “all haze and mystery.” this unusual booklet is noteworthy as an early account of recreational cannabis consumption in Victorian England, and represents a lone link between the experimental, inspirational use.
Cannabis became illegal in the United Kingdom once the Dangerous Drug Acts came into force in However, before that there was a long tradition of ‘hemp’ smoking in the country: mainly for medicinal reasons.
Regrettably we know little about British hemp-smokers. Victorian interest in opium often reached almost hysterical levels: but interest in. Terence McKenna, enthnobotanist and proponent of the psychedelic society, author, word wizard, art historian, examines time and its mysteries, the nature of language, the techniques of ecstasy, high technology and virtual cyberspace, the role of hallucinogenic plants in shamanism and the evolution of human cultures, and the foundations of post-modern spirituality.
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By Abe Aaronson. A collection of infamous classics of drug literature: short stories, hours of giddy entertainment: journalism, medical reports, poetry, visions, capturing the heady essence of Victorian drug culture.
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Cantab (2 .A great collection of some of the best in Victorian horror, all the leading lights of the day are included, Dickens, Braddon, Maupassant, Mrs. Molesworth and Le Fanu including some lesser known authors that deserve more acclaim than they have had.
If you like your horror tales in the classic vein then this compendium is a must for all horror fans/5(6).