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STOLAROFF, Myron J.
STOLAROFF, Myron J.
STOLAROFF, Myron J.
STOLAROFF, Myron J.
STOLAROFF, Myron J.
STOLAROFF, Myron J.

STOLAROFF, Myron J.

Thanatos to Eros: 35 Years of Psychedelic Exploration

Berlin: VWB – Verlag für Wissenschaft und Bildung, 1994. First edition. Signed and inscribed by Stolaroff to a former owner on ffep. Forword [sic] by Alexander T. Shulgin and Ann Shulgin. Small quarto. 192pp. Light yellow papered boards with purple color gradient on front panel, titles printed in black; lacking a dust jacket as issued. Boards lightly worn and showing some minor soiling. Former owner's wordless block-print bookplate on front pastedown. A near fine copy.

Inscribed copy of this autobiography by one of the 20th century's most dedicated—if little known—psychedelics researchers. An electrical engineer by training, Stolaroff (1920-2013) had a life-changing experience with LSD in 1956 and subsequently devoted himself to the study of psychedelics as a tool for self-realization. In 1960, he founded the International Foundation for Advanced Study, which conducted pioneering research with LSD and mescaline up until the FDA revoked all such research permits in 1965. Thanatos to Eros also covers Stolaroff's experiments with substances including MDMA and 2C-B, as well as the details of his personal life and deep involvement with other key psychonauts of the 20th century.

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