Tim Kelly's 'Our Interesting Times' with Cynthia Chung on the Tragedy of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World
I joined ‘Our Interesting Times’ to discuss my four-part series concerning Aldous Huxley and his work Brave New World.
You can find the four-part series on my substack:
No wonder that the Tavistock Institute and the CIA became involved in looking at the effects of LSD and how to influence and control the mind.
Huxley makes it crystal clear that he considers the world to be overpopulated, and that science and progress cannot be free to advance without limits.
The third part of Cynthia Chung’s series discusses how Aldous Huxley’s form of ideological spirituality went on to shape the drug-counter-culture movement.
The relevance of the Esalen Institute’s “revisioning of madness” needs to be acknowledged as having been entirely spear-headed by the Tavistock Institute, and clearly, not for our benefit.