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High Times Greats: Terry Southern

Writer Terry Southern digs through a stash of cast-off pharmaceuticals alongside William Burroughs in this February, 1981 High Times interview with Victor Bockris. Read More Author: High Times / High Times Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: Interview With Robert Anton Wilson

Philip H. Farber sat down with counterculture writer Robert Anton Wilson (1932 – 2007) for an interview originally published in the November, 1991 edition of High Times magazine. In honor of Robert Anton Wilson’s birthday January 18, we’re republishing it below. Based on Robert Anton Wilson’s incredible and varied career, it’s hard to know what… Keep Reading

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Flashback Friday: A Typical Trip On Ibogaine

In the July, 1986 issue of High Times magazine, writer Spencer Rumsey investigated ibogaine as an emerging therapy for a variety of conditions. In an accompanying piece in the same issue, Dean Latimer took a closer look at what it’s like to trip on the drug. Ibogaine is not a euphoric hallucinogen, which helps explain… Keep Reading

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Flashback Friday: An Xmas Meditation, The Flabellum Of Destiny

Writer Glenn O’Brien (1947 – 2017) tries to explain the purpose of a strange object in the December, 1979 issue of High Times magazine. There are a lot of beautiful views in Manhattan, but few are more imposing than that from the Cloisters, where, standing in a 15th-century archway transported from Italy, one can gaze… Keep Reading

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High Times Greats: Frank Zappa, In Memoriam

In the April, 1994 edition of High Times, writer Nate Eaton remembers musician Frank Zappa, who died December 4, 1993. When word of Frank Zappa’s death (on Dec. 4) hit the news, I couldn’t help but feel American music had suffered a profound loss. More than any other artist over the past 30 years, Zappa… Keep Reading

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Flashback Friday: Magic Stones

Writer Stephen Peele takes a look at a naturally occurring psychedelic in the December, 1989 issue of High Times magazine. Most of us are now aware that certain mushrooms, when eaten, produce psychoactive effects. The most notorious mushrooms in this group are those which produce psilocybin and psilocin. But have you ever heard of sclerotia?… Keep Reading

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Flashback Friday: Witches’ Brew, A Brief History Of Paganism

In the October, 1993 issue of High Times, writer Paul DeRienzo, a committed atheist, went in search of his pagan roots and discovered an unexpected affinity for Goddess culture. Having survived the 1980s, when the so-called religious right indirectly ruled the United States through Ronald Reagan and George Bush, I tend to consider mainstream religion… Keep Reading

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