MILLBROOK: RECENSION OF 1997, by Art Kleps - 1998


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Millbrook: A Narrative of the Early Years of American Psychedlianism, Recension of 1997

by Art Kleps

Austin, Texas: Kleptonian Neo-American Church, 1998

Softback Clear Acetate Cover is overall in NEAR FINE condition.

  • ISBN: 0960038868
  • Illustrated cover features a black and yellow map of the Hitchcock Estate.
  • There is a clear plastic cover over yellow softback cover.
  • Book appears to be unread.
  • Corners are sharp.
  • Spine has no text and is white.
  • Illustrations are bright and clear.
  • Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks.
  • Text block edges are in overall good condition.
  • Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear.
  • AJ20190729

212 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches.

The Church was founded in 1965 or 1966 at Cranberry Lake, New York, by Arthur Kleps, a participant in Timothy Leary's circle based at the Hitchcock Estate in Millbrook, New York. The organization was founded partly as an absurdist religion, partly as a religious expression of the psychedelic movement, and partly as a device to gain religious exemption from American drug laws such as those outlawing LSD. Church clergy, known as Boo Hoos, claimed LSD as a sacrament. The original primary religious text of the church was The Boo Hoo Bible: The Neo-American Church Catechism and Handbook written by Kleps

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