|Name Joanna Harcourt-Smith|
Died 11 October 2020 (aged 74) Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.
Born 12 January 1946 (age 74), St. Moritz, Switzerland
Joanna harcourt smith at the world psychedelic forum
Joanna Harcourt-Smith ((13 January 1946 – 11 October 2020) was an author, poet, psychedelic activist and the founder of Future Primitive Podcast.
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Harcourt-Smith wrote two unpublished biographies and many poems She was also the author of Tripping the Bardo with Timothy Leary: My Psychedelic Love Story. The book recounts her experiences while "she was a flower-power teenager in the Sixties, lived with the Rolling Stones in France, cavorted with playboy Gunther Sachs, Salvador Dali and the Aga Khan, before falling in love with the LSD guru Timothy Leary, by whom she has a son, Marlon Gobel."
Although they were never legally married, the book describes Harcourt-Smith's experiences as Timothy Leary's common law wife between 1972 and 1977, a period that spanned the divide between his fourth and fifth marriages. They met while he was a fugitive in Europe, and from there the pair traveled to Afghanistan together. He was arrested in Afghanistan and the couple was sent to California. While in the US, Harcourt-Smith advocated for Leary's release during his four-year imprisonment. Following his release they entered the Witness Protection Program.
On her weekly podcast, Future Primitive, Harcourt-Smith has over 400 interviews archived beginning in 2006. The interviews focus on preserving oral traditions and uniting emergent communities for a future that honors the planet.
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She died on 11 October 2020 at the age of 74, at her home in Santa Fe, New Mexico surrounded by her children and her partner, Jose Luis Gomez Soler.