Everything is Possible – 

January 24, 2020 – Outside the control of a lab, people began to use psychedelics for their mind-bending effects, swearing the drugs improved creativity and made them happier long past the bliss of the high. Celebrities helped spread the word: Gary Grant used LSD over 100 times in the late ‘50s, according to the documentary film, “Becoming Cary Grant,” claiming it made him a better actor. 

Grant was so taken with the drug that he decided to go public with his experience in the September 1, 1959, issue of Look magazine.  Vanity Fair wrote about the article, entitled “The Curious Story Behind the New Cary Grant,” which was a glowing account of how LSD therapy had improved Grant’s life: “At last, I am close to happiness.” … Influential writer Aldous Huxley, best known for his 1932 novel “Brave New World,” took LSD during the last third of his life. In 1960 he told “The Paris Review”: “While one is under the drug one has penetrating insights into the people around one, and also into one’s own life. Many people get tremendous recalls of buried material. A process which may take six years of psychoanalysis happens in an hour — and considerably cheaper!”