Jefferson Airplane, Hippies, and the Truth

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Long ago and not that far away, a band called Jefferson Airplane released a song entitled, Somebody to Love. It was one of their two hits, but they were both favorites during the hippy, psychedelic music era. Their other song was White Rabbit, which claimed that in the book Alice in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll sure seemed to be familiar with mind-altering drugs. The last line was, “Remember what the dormouse said. ‘Feed your head.’” Hippies knew that meant, “Take acid, psilocybin, or a hallucinogen that will enlighten you.” So, although Jefferson Airplane was pretty much a two-hit wonder, we loved them. They understood us and told the truth. Continue reading “Jefferson Airplane, Hippies, and the Truth”