Death Bed Trippin’Posted: July 7, 2011
Aldous Huxley was born in England, but spent the latter part of his life in the United States. He wrote several novels, perhaps the most popular being ‘Brave New World’, a story about a controlled future world where babies are created in laboratories and are designated to a certain class, unable to think outside of their pre-determined class consciousness. He also wrote ‘The Doors of Perception – Heaven and Hell’, which was an account of his experience with Mescaline and gives his insights into art and religion upon reflection. He was very interested in parapsychology and mysticism, and is well known for being an advocate for the use of psychedlics. After understanding this later statement about him, its no surprise that he wanted to trip out of this existence.