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This message was sent out this morning by Greg Manning, Sasha Shulgin's personal assistant and caretaker, to the extended friends and family of the Shulgin family and was also posted on Facebook. All right, community:  these people are our family, and it's time to step up and help out someone whose gifts to us have been immeasurable. If you can, please help Sasha and Ann. Info below. 

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PLEASE HELP, SASHA NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT 

Hello Everyone ~ This morning on the way to the hospital for a scheduled test, Sasha had a stroke. He has been struggling for six months with an ulcer on his left foot that won’t heal, hoping to avoid amputation. Sasha & Ann have been in serious financial trouble for some years, and the coming medical bills will be a burden they can’t bear alone. Please, express your gratitude for all the work that Sasha has done, for everything he has given to the world, and give something back. Think of all the ways that your life, and the lives of others, have been healed, transformed, and bettered by this wonderful man. He needs your help now. No amount is too small or too large. Please give until it feels good…not until it hurts. 

For non-tax-deductible contributions, Paypal $ to [[email protected]] or snailmail: Sasha Shulgin, c/o Transform Press, PO Box 13675, Berkeley CA 94712. 

For tax-deductible online donations to support the completion of Shulgin publishing projects that are underway:http://www.erowid.org/donations/project_shulgin.php 

Please spread this information.

Thank you and all my love, 
Greg Manning

 

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Click here to watch a video featuring a discussion between Daniel Pinchbeck and Sasha Shulgin.

 

 

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