Hugo Bart Huges - Suikergoed & Marsepein (1968)

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Suikergoed & Marsepein

Self-published book on trepanation

Bart Huges - Suikergoed en marsepein. Content: An explanation of the rational and the procedure for trepanation (a whole in the skull to increase the blood volume). This book accompanies his famous Homo Sapiens Correctus role. Bart Huges, who trepanated himself, was related to provo and the happening scene around Jasper Grootveld. Introduction; Open letter to Prof. Dr. Ariens Kappers; Open letter to Prof. Dr. P.C. Kuiper; The go; Bart Huges interviewed by Joe Mellen; Joe Mellen interviewed by Bart Huges; Open letter to Prof. Dr. K.M. Bykov; Timothy Leary as a Third-Eyer; Letter to the reader; The secret for a good trip, by Richard Hubner (Reproduced from Moksha # 7; 1968); Afterword by Hugo Bart Huges. This is a later version of 1969 (?) as it contains 34 pp. and two additional articles (in comparison with an earlier version of 24 pp.) from 1969: The tabu on the soul Part I and II, by Richard Hubner (Reproduced from De Baziun; March 1969). Contains a loose sheet of paper with 10 examination questions. Contains an explanatory word list of 15 pp.

Condition: Cover soiled with staining; Writing at first inside printed page; Writing at one page inside. Overall condition: Good.
Soft cover 1st Edition 1st Printing. Publisher: Barbara Huges, Amsterdam. Year: 1968.
Size: 28.9 x 20.8 cm. Pages: 34. Language: Dutch. Seller inventory: #25193.

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. In 1964 he published "The Mechanism of Brainbloodvolume ('BBV')" (also known as "Homo Sapiens Correctus"), a 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.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. There is doubt whether he actually drilled a hole in his skull or just a superficially penetrated the skin.

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