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Timothy Leary and his wife Rosemary Woodruff holding a news conference, Los Angeles, 1969.

Timothy Leary and his wife Rosemary Woodruff holding a news conference, Los Angeles,

Timothy Leary Fine Art Print from Polo Fields, Golden Gate Park (San Francisco, CA)on Jan 14, 1967

Timothy Leary and Allan Ginsberg at the Be In (Gathering of Tribes) today in 1967 at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco - Timothy Leary uttered his famous phrase today there 'Turn on, tune in, drop out.

"Turn on, tune in, drop out" is a counterculture-era phrase popularized by Timothy Leary. In 1967 Leary spoke at the Human Be-In, a gathering of hippies in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco and uttered the famous phrase. It was the title of his spoken word album. One can hear Leary speaking in a monotone, soft-spoken voice on his views about the world and humanity and describing nature, Indian symbols, "the meaning of inner life", the LSD experience, peace and many other issues.

You’re only as young as the last time you changed your mind. ~ Happy Birthday Timothy Leary psychologist, professor: Timothy Leary promoted the use of LSD in the search of political and spiritual freedom; died May 1996

Timothy Leary: Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out.

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American psychologist and counterculture figure Timothy Leary conducted early experiments into the effects of psychedelic drugs, including psilocybin.

Zai'nyy Timothy Leary Psychologist Timothy Francis Leary was an American psychologist and writer, known for his advocacy of psychedelic drugs. Wikipedia

Timothy Leary, American Psychologist and Writer - 50 Quotes to Empower and Inspire Women .

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It is the function of the nervous system to focus, select, narrow down; to choose from an infinity of possibilities the biochemical imprints which determine the tactics and strategies of survival in one place, status in one tribe. The infant is genetically prepared to learn any language, master any skill, play any sex role; in a very short time, however, he becomes rigidly fixated to accept, follow and mimic the limited offerings of his social and cultural environment… Timothy Leary

It is the function of the nervous system to focus, select, narrow down; to choose from an infinity of possibilities the biochemical imprints which determine the tactics and strategies of survival in one place, status in one tribe. The infant is genetically prepared to learn any language, master any skill, play any sex role; in a very short time, however, he becomes rigidly fixated to accept, follow and mimic the limited offerings of his social and cultural environment… Timothy Leary

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