In his 1954 book, The Doors of Perception, Aldous Huxley comes to the conclusion, with the help of a little mescalin, that love is the ultimate truth. His fans agreed and used this seminal text as inspiration for both intellectual enquiry and an abundance of acid trips.
An Englishman in L.A., Huxley is also known for his famous, dystopic novel Brave New World and a number of short stories, poems and travel essays. Read on for 9 quotes from Aldous Huxley that’ll help to cleanse your doors of perception.
And what might that be, Huxley? I guess I better read The Doors of