Recalling Aldous Huxley’s Graceful, LSD-Laced Death

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Forty-nine years ago, on November 22, 1963, Aldous Huxley died a peaceful death with the aid of multiple injections of LSD. In this frank video, his widow Laura recalls his final hours and injecting him with the hallucinatory drug.

Among his many accomplishments, Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World, served as the editor of Oxford Poetry magazine, and formulated the philosophy that helped give birth to the human potential movement.

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  • vitabrevisphotography

    Thank you! I was just talking about this yesterday ( the benefits of LSD and how it shaped the baby boomer generation).