The Doors of Perception, and Heaven and Hell - Heaven and Hell: Appendix 6 Summary & Analysis

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Huxley tells the reader about schizophrenics and neurotics. These individuals are unable to live in heaven or hell, but instead remain in a dark world. The state that they live in can be achieved by using adrenalin on a normal person. The world in which they live resembles a world in which they have lost touch with matter and other people. The new discoveries about adrenalin and schizophrenia help to show the importance of the ability to pass between visionary states. Huxley discusses the world of schizophrenics more in depth here to give the reader a better sense of the world in which they live. He is also attempting to explain where people who are unable to achieve positive visionary experiences will remain for eternity.

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