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    Erkendelsens Døre. Dansk udgave af “The Doors of Perception”. Aschehoug Dansk Forlag, 1955. 87 p. Hft. Brugsspor på omslag, der har en rift. Indvendig ren Huxley’s klassiker hvor han redegør for sine eksperimenter med de psykedeliske stoffer peyote, LSD og meskalin, banede vejen for den psykedeliske revolution

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    San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1975. 66 pp. Worn copy

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    Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds, and Shape Our Futures.
    New York: Random House, 2020. Publishers hardcover, with dustjacket. 352 pages. New copy.

  • 300,00 kr.

    MICHAUX, Henri:. Infinite Turbulence (L’Infini turbulent). FIRST UK EDITION. London: Calder and Boyars 1975. Publishers hardcover with unclipped protected dustjacket. 189 pp. Near fine / fine clean copy L’Infini turbulent (Infinite Turbulence) is an autobiographical essay by Henri Michaux about his experiences with mescaline, first published in France in 1957.…

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    Michaux visits India, the Himalayas, southern India, Ceylon, Malaya (from Malaysia to Bali), China, and Japan

  • 300,00 kr.

    Michaux visits India, the Himalayas, southern India, Ceylon, Malaya (from Malaysia to Bali), China, and Japan

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    San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1963. 89 pp. In original beige wraps printed in red and black. Light foxing on cover and first leaf else cean and overall a very well preserved copy Limited edition from City Lights. Illustrated with 8 Michaux drawings First American edition, 1st printing

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    What a rare mushroom can teach us about sustaining life on a fragile planet.

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    Allen Lane / Penguin Books, 2021. Hardcover, with jacket. 274 pages. Clean well preserved copy with only wear to jacket

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    “If the doors of perception were cleansed, every thing will appear to man as it is, infinite”, William Blake

    1st edition Second Impression

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    The book looks at fungi from a number of angles, including decomposition, fermentation, nutrient distribution, psilocybin production, the evolutionary role fungi plays in plants, and the ways in which humans relate to the fungal kingdom. It uses music and philosophy to illustrate its thesis, and introduces readers to a number of central strands of research on mycology. It is also a personal account of Sheldrake’s experiences with mushrooms

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    The book looks at fungi from a number of angles, including decomposition, fermentation, nutrient distribution, psilocybin production, the evolutionary role fungi plays in plants, and the ways in which humans relate to the fungal kingdom. It uses music and philosophy to illustrate its thesis, and introduces readers to a number of central strands of research on mycology. It is also a personal account of Sheldrake’s experiences with mushrooms