8 comments on “1960′s and 1970′s Culture Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . TRUE PSYCHEDELIC TRIPS! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MIND-BLOWER #11 . . . 1972 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I WAS A PSYCHEDELIC CHEW TOY

  1. Excellent story there 00indie—I’d say one of your best..Perfect description of an LSD trip. Liked the Pavlovian reference..We must “trip” again someday

  2. Thank you again for a great story; it so vividly brought me back. Listening to his music while on acid was what Hendrix intended, his music came through him from that level of consciousness. Great music (any art, actually) brings the listener to the level of consciousness that the artist was at when he created it. It was a special experience, being inside Hendrix’ head. BTW, I believe that dogs know that something is happening when we are tripping. We connect with a part of their awareness that is always on for them but for us, its only when we turn on. Peace

    • Good point, I always fail to include that aspect of like heads creating music to be appreciated by like heads.
      And yes, I agree that animals, the noble inhabitants of this planet, are even more psychically-receptive to us than normal because when we are stoned we are more open and receptive to those mutually-shared primal instincts.

  3. Question: did you ever come across a black light poster called “The Trip”? On a black background there was a blue line drawing of two or three naked people caught in the throes of an acid trip. It was a deceivingly simple poster but the swirls of lines around the figures gave away more and more as you stared at it. I owned it back in ’69 but have never seen it since. I’d love to get my hands on one.

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