Religion and Psychoactive Sacraments:
An Entheogen Chrestomathy
Thomas B. Roberts, Ph.D. and Paula Jo Hruby, Ed.D.
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Cary Grant: The Lonely Heart.
Higham, Charles, and Moseley, Roy.(1989).
New York: Avon Books.
Description: First Avon
Books printing, xv + 396 pages.
Contents: Preface, 17
chapters, acknowledgments, chapter notes, index. Sixteen pages
of photographs are bound between pages 176-177.
Excerpt(s): Cary began
telling anyone who would listen that he was gaining strength through
his treatments; he was finding happiness for the first time in
his life. He would turn up on Saturday afternoons at the offices
of Dr. Arthur
Chandler, stretch out on a couch with an eye shield, block his
ears with wax, and revisit his past in the near darkness. He wrote
later: "I passed through changing seas of horrifying and
happy thoughts, through a montage of intense love and hate, reassembling,
through terrifying depths of dark despair replaced by heaven-like
religious symbolism." (page 259)
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