Timothy Leary and Rosemary Woodruff at Millbrook (pictured above): The Castalia Foundation was established in the early 1960s by a gang of renegade visionaries also including Richard Alpert, Ralph Metzner, and Susan Metzner. In 1964 The Castalia Foundation received a generous offer from the Hitchcock family, who granted the foundation use of the Hitchcock Estate (also known as Dahiem) in Millbrook, upstate New York. At Millbrook, The Castalia Foundation offered a range of activities to the public. These activities were designed to expand consciousness and further the mass-adoption of psychedelics as a tool for healing and self-actualization. Throughout the early 1960s, Millbrook was a mecca for psychedelic adventurers, poets and philosophers. The Castalia Foundation held events and produced media to expand human consciousness. Under duress, Millbrook was abandoned in the late 60s and The Castalia Foundation went underground as our founder, Timothy Leary, was pursued around the world by President Nixon’s neurosis. Today, The Castalia Foundation is in the care of the next-generation of psychedelic visionaries. Our group supports projects which uphold the values of the original vision of The Castalia Foundation: To override social-conditioning and free humanity from the hive mind. We also maintain a back-catalogue of the legendary magazine Psychedelic Review which was published by The Castalia Foundation beginning in the 1960s. The Castalia Foundation is entirely open-source and public domain. We don’t sell anything, and never will. All of our books, audio recordings, and videos are provided for free, for the benefit of humanity.