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Daniel Archambault

Frank Ogden was my professor and mentor at the OCAD University many decades ago. He was probably the most profound influence on my manner of approaching life and its rewards. About 8 years ago the National Research Council of Canada was researching what it could with respect to the future where he was considered one of the most notable experts in that field. That is quite impressive given the number of doctorate and graduate scientist that work there.

Posted January 10, 2014 06:55 AM

Dr. Leslie G. Roman, Professor of Educational Studies, UBC

Frank Ogden played no role nor had any affiliation with the US Timothy Leary experiments with LSD. His work with LSD took place at the Hollywood Hospital as a facilitar and guide of patient "trips". He had no license to practice medicine and yet was a trusted colleague of the Hospital's director, J. Ross Mc Lean.

Mr. Ogden was above all else an entrepreunuer and pilot, a thinker and promoter of new ideas.

Leslie Roman,
Professor of Educational Studies at UBC and historical sociologist of Hollywood Hospital

Posted January 9, 2013 01:26 AM

Ted Nisian

Met Frank many years ago and was very impressed with his unique vision and perspective...now, perhaps too late, I know where it came from...

Ted N
Oshawa, ON

Posted January 5, 2013 11:20 AM

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