Patrick Barber

Eileen J. Garrett (1893-1970) is reputed to be the greatest psychic and “trance” medium of the twentieth century. Less known is her role as one of the unsung women influencers behind the golden age of psychedelic science. Working with some of the leading psychedelic researchers of the 1950s and 60s, Garrett was a pivotal guiding force. Along with a host of psychedelic revolutionaries, she formed an integral part of a pioneering network of investigations into psychedelic drugs and parapsychology while also helping to map out the “other world” of psychedelic experience. In the process, she did more than most to bridge the gap between spiritual and scientific worldviews… continue reading.

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