"Moksha is more than a book about psychedelics--although it may well be the most intelligent, well-rounded one of its kind. It is also another chance to spend hours in Huxley's fascinating company as he talks about art, literature, religion, psychology, and ecology."
– Los Angeles Times
"A remarkably stimulating, worthwhile volume."
– Publishers Weekly
"This book collects all of [Huxley's] words on the subject and is a valuable addition to the psychedelic literature."
– Andrew Weil, High Times
"Then I read The Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell, and it just rolled from there. That is what really put me over."
– Terence McKenna, Archaic Revival
"Huxley had spent years preparing himself for the fearful psychedelic voyage, and he made it without question when it presented itself....He did it, and the world will never forget it."
– Timothy Leary, Politics of Ecstasy
"[Huxley was] the world's most influential advocate of psychedelic drugs."
– High Priest
"A pharmacological goldmine, supplementing Huxley's classic, The Doors of Perception."
– Publisher's Weekly
"A controversial, mind-expanding book that confirms Huxley's position...as the father of the modern drug movement."
– Publisher's Weekly
"This collection supplies a good account, in breath and depth, of Huxley's views on psychedelic drugs and is an excellent place to start in exploring the larger implications of psychedelic drug research"
– Lester Grinspoon & James Bakalar, Psychedelic Drugs Reconsidered
"The main writings of Aldous Huxley about psychedelics and the visionary experience have now been gathered into a single volume [which] should stand as an unparalleled guide to investigators."
– Peter Stafford, Island Views
"The extraordinary richness with which Aldous Huxley describes the depth of his research on LSD and mescaline distinguishes him from thousands of researchers who have experimented with drugs over the years."
– San Francisco Examiner-Chronicle
"Huxley was a gifted explorer of transcendental experience, spirituality, and consciousness expansion. It is this side of his remarkable mind that we glimpse in Moksha."
– Whole Life Times
"Moksha is an exceptionally alive and illuminating track of the process of discovery."
– Soho Weekly News
"Huxley was one of the first in the modern West to realize the potential value and spiritual implications of drugs. We are fortunate to have this experiential record of drug experiences."
– Rhea A. White, Exceptional Human Experience Network