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The Scientist : A Metaphysical Autobiography

By Lilly, John, Cunningham, M.D.

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Book Id: WPLBN0100303500
Format Type: PDF (eBook)
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Reproduction Date: 01/01/1988

Title: The Scientist : A Metaphysical Autobiography  
Author: Lilly, John, Cunningham, M.D.
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Consciousness
Collections: Education, Authors Community
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Publication Date:
1988
Publisher: Paladin
Member Page: ZenZenith

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The author of Mind of the Dolphin and Center of the Cyclone tells the story of his astonishing discoveries - from his early experiments mapping the brains of monkeys and communication with dolphins to his awesome breakthroughs with consciousness expanding drugs and isolation tanks. His revelations in The Scientist are staggering - his latest report on the "solid state conspiracy", on communication with extraterrestrials and the imperative of dolphin/human dialog will grip the reader with its sense of cosmic vision. This expanded edition of The Scientist contains "bubbles" of consensus reality - text and photos - in the hyperspace narrative. It includes an introduction by Timothy Leary, an afterward by Burgess Meredith, biographical and bibliographic information. The book also includes John Lilly's work with Human/Dolphin communication and the results of recent reintroduction of captive dolphins and other cetaceans to the wild.

Summary
Using psychoanalysis, Dr. Lilly charts his development, tells of his investigation of human-dolphin communication, and describes his exploration of human consciousness which has led to encounters with disembodied beings

Excerpt
"From the usual consensus point of view, this book chronicles the inner and outer experiences of the author." - Notice to the Reader

Table of Contents
Contents Introduction to the Third Edition, by John Lilly, M.D. vii Foreword, by Timothy Leary, PhD 1 Editor's note 9 Acknowledgments 11 Notice to the Reader 13 Prologue 15 1 : A Being Makes a Choice 19 2 : Birth 21 3 : Suckling 23 4 : Weaning 26 : Baby John Lilly 5 : Education in to Becoming Human 36 : School Days 6 : From Physics to Biology 52 7 : First Marriage and Medical School 66 : Young Man Lilly 8 : Electronics Connecting the Human Brain and the Human Mind 75 : The Lilly Wave 9 : Control of the Brain & the Covert Intelligence Services 87 10 : Learning How to Isolate Brain and Mind 98 11 : Conference of Three Beings 109 12 : Simulation and Experience 114 : The Lilly Tank 13 : Transition 122 14 : Two Beliefs 126 : Talking with Dolphins 15 : Major Transitions 134

 

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