A draft of my Master’s Thesis, 2009:
How to Go Out of Your Mind and Come Back Again: Joseph Campbell, Robert Anton Wilson and the Art and Science of Conscious Evolution
Says Wouter Hanegraaff, professor of Hermetic Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and my thesis supervisor: “This is simply not an academic thesis at all, but a psychedelic countercultural manifesto.”

A longish essay on what modern physicists have said about reality:
What We Can Say About Reality: A Comparison of New Physics and New Age Philosophy

This paper places the 1960s counterculture into the context of the 18th century Enlightenment movement:
From ‘Dare to Know’ to ‘Think for Yourself’: Timothy Leary and the Psychedelic Enlightenment

What does myth do for the modern thinker? Joseph Campbell explains the central importance of stories in our understanding of ourselves:
Awakening the Myth-Maker: Joseph Campbell and the Experience of Myth

Is science always scientific? And is reason always a good thing? This paper discusses Sigmund Freud as a modern prophet:
A Soulless Age: Psychoanalysis and the Dogma of Reason

Was he crazy? And does that really matter? What different authors have said about the psychology, imprisonment, and death of the psychoanalyst Wilhem Reich:
Wilhelm Reich and the Boundaries of Science

What is magick? And what does it have to do with science? A biography of occultist Aleister Crowley and his method of Scientific Illuminism:
Aleister Crowley: The Great Beast of Modernity

How do you explain something like quantum physics to a non-scientific audience? Robert Anton Wilson shares his techniques for updating language and common sense in the light of modern science.
Esoteric Science and the Public: A Countercultural Approach to Popularization