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One of the original questions: What was Willis Harman so excited about at the Sequoia Seminars in ? What was Stolaroff so excited about? Well it turns out that they were excited about Gerald Heard. Also I had found that between and a discovery had been made for the large scale production of LSD and I was looking for government programs related to this discovery Chatter - Artichoke: In fact CIA documents show that a U. A year later, Lilly chemists succeeded in their quest , and subsequent supplies were from Lilly[1,2].
One objective was to keep any further LSD out of the hands of the West's enemies; another was to find out as much as possible about the drug; and the third was to experiment with LSD as a weapon in warfare and espionage. Back home in the United States, the Eli Lilly company in Indianapolis established a new process for LSD which meant that the drug could now be mass-produced.
The CIA agent who reported this development to his superiors noted that the military services had access to a home supply of LSD by the ton. Point Richmond became a proving ground for filling in some of those blanks. Owsley had got as far as crystal LSD, which in itself required a reasonable level of purity; but he believed that if he could achieve absolute purity, then the LSD would be extra special with extra special results.
Between them Owsley and Scully created 20 to 30 grams of what they thought was the purest LSD anyone had yet produced. The crystal lost its yellowish tinge and became almost blue-white under the fluorescent lamp.
LSD is one of a very small group of compounds with this property. Secora Seminar - - Need help with more information Anyone have any more info on the "Secora Seminar" or related history? Tavistock - Systems Psychodynamics - mass brain-washing techniques http: Was it an early passion?
No, I was trained as a scientist, thought I was going to be a chemist for a while, ended up as an electrical engineer and then systems engineer. And then in at age 36 I had an up-ending experience that I hadn't asked for and the net result was my path through life took a sudden swerve. It was a two-week seminar which, there was nothing like it at the time although later on there were things like Est and Silva Mind Control and all kinds of things, but at that time, it was a fairly intensive seminar and I only came into it because I didn't realise that.
I was tricked into coming into it, thinking it was going to be a nice, safe intellectual discussion. What was the seminar, specifically? The same group became Beyond War, they still exist , I think.
It became apparent to me through that experience that I had feelings that I was not even aware of, you know my unconscious mind. Its rather hard to explain how an experience suddenly opens you up. It's not exactly a rational, linear process.
At any rate I just started to search around for whoever knew something about any part of this. Celia Green was just a youngster coming in at that time. So in the next half dozen years or so I got somewhat involved in psychical research and somewhat involved in the psychedelic research.
That sort of blew up in a way in the 's! So I shifted over to doing research on the future. Other special weekends have featured Dr. Elisabet Sahtouris, scientist and author, Helen Palmer, psychologist and author, and Brian Swimme, physicist, teacher and author. Beyond War's successor organization, the Foundation for Global Community is active and can be found at http: Sequoia Seminar was purchased by the Hendricks family in After much renovation and capital improvements, they have passed stewardship to us.
The Sequoia Retreat Center stands on the shoulders of peace makers, reconciliation makers, stewards of the land and Sequoias. Our roots are in the people who have created extraordinary lives. We honor and extend that work by holding this space open. To give another illustration of how things were developing: Sitting in the audience was an engineer named Myron Stolaroff.
Stolaroff was in charge of long-range planning at Ampex, which was one of the first of the high-technology companies to emerge in the valleys south of San Francisco. Stolaroff had heard Gerald speak several times before and considered him one of the world's outstanding mystics.
So when Heard began rhapsodizing about the effects of certain mind-altering drugs, Stolaroff was predictably upset. At one point Hubbard's name had come up, and Heard had implied that if Stolaroff wished to try any of these substances, Al was the man to guide him through the experience.
So Stolaroff had written Hubbard and one day Al had turned up on the doorstep, bounding into Myron's office with a tank of carbogen , a "fun-loving guy" who "radiated an enormous energy field.
Stolaroff, who had been skeptical of a lot of Gerald's claims, was convinced. It was a terrible experience. During those hours in Hubbard's apartment, Stolaroff relived his birth, the actual physical birth, gasping and writhing for what felt like days, until he broke through to the world, which actually smelled of ether. Although it was a torturous few hours, Myron emerged from the LSD womb convinced that many of his personal eccentricities and neuroses could be traced back to the trauma of his birth.
This was not a radical possibility as far as psychoanalysis was concerned; Otto Rank, one of Freud's last disciples, had explored the effects of birth on the emerging psyche in numerous articles. But it would have taken psychoanalysis years to attain the level that LSD had reached in one climactic rush. Stolaroff returned to Ampex convinced that LSD "was the greatest discovery that man had ever made. Myron Stolaroff was a good example.
Stolaroff had been in charge of long-range planning at Ampex, one of the first of the big electronics firms to settle south of the Bay Area, when he had been bitten by the psychedelic bug. Together with Hubbard he had tried to interest Ampex's management in a program that would use LSD to solve all kinds of corporate problems, interpersonal problems, design problems, long-range planning problems. But the plan had foundered on Al's penchant for Christian mysticism. Stolaroff didn't let go, though: The senior management of Ampex had been horrified.
Having gotten to know Hubbard through rather extraordinary circumstances, it didn't seem at all irrational for them to be worrying, "What if this nutball drives our best men crazy?
The Palo Alto Mental Research Institute had been studying the drug since , and had been instrumental in introducing dozens of local psychiatrists and psychologists, as well as interested laymen like Allen Ginsberg, to the perplexities of the Other World.
Leo Hollister who will soon reappear in association with a hopeful young writer named Ken Kesey , at the Veterans Hospital, was still doing model psychoses work.
The point was that most LSD researchers were fairly conservative. Charging five hundred dollars for one session with a highly questionable drug? The whole thing smacked of chicanery, despite the fact that Stolaroff had a licensed psychiatrist running the actual therapy sessions.
But what was worse, it was chicanery with good word of mouth. The San Mateo Call Bulletin, scenting a medical scandal, had interviewed a number of Stolaroff's patients and found them laudatory to the point of hyperbole. Some of the Players: Our aim is to learn more about events and abilities commonly described as "psychic" or "paranormal" by supporting research , sharing information and encouraging debate.
Our members come from all over the world, and represent a variety of academic and professional interests. The Jesus as Teacher studies were brought to the west in the 's by Dr. Seminars were held at Asilomar and other locations. By the 's it was clear that a permanent facility was needed. Early meetings were held in a cottage and participants stayed in tents during the two and three week summer seminars. The first lodge was built on land at the Quaker Center in Ben Lomond.
Here the tradition of working together was begun and the goal of blending buildings with the land was met in "Casa de Luz", House of Light. This first lodge was given to the Quaker Center in He has submitted several important technical papers to the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society and other related publications, which have become foundational to modern loudspeaker theory.
Examples of his recent work include extensive development of dipolar loudspeaker theory. He left no diary, nor chatty relatives to memorialize him in print. And if a cadre of associates had not recently agreed to open its files, Captain Alfred M. Hubbard might exist in death as he did in life--a man of mirrors and shadows, revealing himself to even his closest friends only on a need-to-know basis.
Beverly Hills psychiatrist Oscar Janiger once said of Hubbard, "We waited for him like a little old lady for the Sears-Roebuck catalog. Those who will talk about Al Hubbard are few. Oscar Janiger told this writer that "nothing of substance has been written about Al Hubbard, and probably nothing ever should. But nobody is ambivalent about the Captain: He was as brilliant as the noonday sun, mysterious as the rarest virus, and friendly like a golden retriever.
The first visage of Hubbard was beheld by Dr. Humphry Osmond, now senior psychiatrist at Alabama's Bryce Hospital. John Smythies were researching the correlation between schizophrenia and the hallucinogens mescaline and adrenochrome at Weyburn Hospital in Saskatchewan, Canada, when an A. Hubbard requested the pleasure of Osmond's company for lunch at the swank Vancouver Yacht Club.
Osmond later recalled, "It was a very dignified place, and I was rather awed by it. He was also very genial, an excellent host. Osmond supplied him with some. Among Hubbard's passions was motion. His identity as "captain" came from his master of sea vessels certification and a stint in the US Merchant Marine. At the time of their meeting in , Al Hubbard owned secluded Daymen Island off the coast of Vancouver --a former Indian colony surrounded by a huge wall of oyster shells.
To access his acre estate, Hubbard built a hangar for his aircraft and a slip for his yacht from a fallen redwood.
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