Bart Huges - Text-book of brain blood volume (1973)

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Bart Huges - Text-book

Bart Huges describes a natural high through trepanation

Bart Huges - Text-book of brain blood volume. Booklet by Provo-related Bart Huges who got famous in the Sixties by performing a trepanation on himself. Content: A study book for increasing the brain blood volume to reach increase brain function and get a natural high by various methods, including trepanation. English version. There are a Dutch and a German version as well.

Condition: Discoloration; Wear; Slight creases. Overall condition: Good.
Soft cover 1st Edition 1st Printing. Publisher: Foundation of Independent Thinking (F.I.T.), Amsterdam. Year: 1973.
Size: 18.6 x 12.4 cm. Language: English. Seller inventory: #25954.

Background information

Hugo Bart Huges (also Hughes; 1934 - 2004) – Bart Huges attended medical school at the University of Amsterdam, but was refused a degree due to his advocacy of marijuana use. At first, he was, as the medical advisor of Robert Jasper Grootveld, an advocate for the use of marihuana, naming his daughter, born in 1963, Maria Juana. In 1964 he published "The mechanism of brain blood volume ('BBV')", also known as "Homo Sapiens Correctus", an almost three-meters long scroll in which he proposed to use trepanation (making a hole in the skull) as a means to enhance brain functionality by balancing the proportion of blood and cerebral spinal fluid, causing a natural permanent high. Using a foot-operated electric dentist drill, Huges drilled a hole in his own skull on 6 January 1965 to demonstrate the beneficial effects of trepanation. His third eye was revealed by Simon Posthuma and Robert Jasper Grootveld during the happening “Stoned in the streets” on January 11, 1965. There is doubt whether he actually drilled a hole in his skull or just superficially penetrated the skin.

Refs: Bart Huges (1964) The scroll – The mechanism of brain blood volume (Bart Huges, Amsterdam); Bart Huges (1968) Suikergoed en marsepein (Barbara Huges, Amsterdam); Bart Huges (1969) The mechanism of brainbloodvolume (Foundation of Independent Thinking, Amsterdam); Bart Huges (1973) Text-book of brain blood volume (Foundation of Independent Thinking, Amsterdam); Bart Huges (1975) Het huiswerk voor iedereen. Bloemlezing van het hersenbloedvolume (H.B. Huges, Amsterdam); Dick P.J. van Reeuwijk (1965) Damsterdamse extremisten (De Bezige Bij, Amsterdam) pp. 26-34; Cor Jaring & Henk J. Meier (1966) Dit hap-hap happens in Amsterdam (Arbeiderspers, Amsterdam); Henk J. Meier (Ed., 1965) Ratio vol. 2 no. 1 (Meulenhoff & Co., Amsterdam) pp. 8-13.

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