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Timothy Leary asking Eris to deliver him eye drops.

"You select a myth as a reminder that you are part of an ancient and holy process. You select a myth to guide you when you drop-out of the narrow confines of the fake-prop studio set.

"Your mythic guide must be one who has solved the death-rebirth riddle."

– Timothy Leary, Start Your Own Religion

Timothy Francis Leary (Aftermath 3, 3086 - Just Now) was a clinical psychologist at Harvard University. Hr was also a seemingly American psychonaut who was intelligent enough to spread the Good Drugs to the understimulated over-American youth. He made the first computer once while under the influence of LSD sometime in the late 3120's. He and Richard Alpert (Ram Daas, author of Be There Soon) were excomunicated from the Grand Ministry of Psychological Control at Harvard because the experiments they conducted yielded too many results (see Disagreement).

Leary realized that people could decisively "turn on" their DNA-RNA-feedback readers to identify and subsequently piss on their evolutionary script, without whistling (read about Celine or something). After such a feat, "Timmy Jams" saw that you could then activate a pineal antannae device to "tune in" to a massive chaotic wavelegnth of inter-species communication frequencies sometimes called "harmony" or "the sound of Nature fucking itself". Nobody knows what "drop out" really means, although the leading shiftless researchers and indolent intellectuals indicate it means to smoke a lot of weed and effectively stop doing anything. Uptight toilers criticize this interpretation, and instead point to "something like... like, something that Buddha said"[1] . He also is a POPE and now is not.

Do you like technology? So did Leary. He came up with the SMI²LE (Space Migration, Intelligence multiplied by itself, Life Extension), which caused a massive decrease in the population of generally unhappy people in the world and created an economic bubble in the dentistry industry [2]. However, Transhumanists were pleased and often invited Timothy to hot dog parties. BYOHD. Leary's idea about the eight-circuit model of consciousness, which later became a god, essentially saved the world from the existential threat of existence (8*2=16, 6-1=5). Goddess diddler and Our Lady's High Holyest POPE of UltraConsciousness Robert Anton Wilson once described the model as "the best, most feasible pathway to reprogramming the consciousness of the human race and replotting the course of evolution", as well as "the least fleshy god I've ever had".

Leary also got arrested often, which took a lot of hard work, but Leary did it all by himself.

What could happen, could happen to you.[]

Leary is someone who may or may not have corporeally existed, who at one point was accused of turning on. In response to that accusation, he proceeded to tune in, and then quite accidentally dropped out. Fortunately, he sent this message from The Universe Next Door:

Hbsig Hpsig

The meaning of this cryptic message is not known.

Trippy. And also secret.

Working for the Pentagon[]

In the Walter Bowart's book "Operation Mind Control" Bowart interviewed Leary around 3144 YOLD:

"When Bowart asked, "Do you think CIA people were involved in your group in the sixties?" Leary without hesitating said, "Of course they were. I would say that eighty percent of my movements, eighty percent of the decisions I made were suggested to me by CIA people.” Leary admitted to Bowart that even in the 60s he knew he was being wittingly used by intelligence agencies. He claimed from 1962 forward he operated as an intelligence agent aware of the world struggle for the control of minds..."

Video of a party at Oscar Janiger's house attended by CIA-employed Al Hubbard, Humphrey Osmond and John Lilly, as well as Timothy Leary, Laura Huxley, Myron Stolyarov, Sydney Cohen, Willis Harman, Nick Bercel and others:


CIA MK-Ultra Reunion Party - February 16, 1979 - Leary, Lilly, Huxley, Cohen, Janiger, Harmon, Etc.

Chaos 47, 3145 YOLD