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Wheels - The Sixth Cycle

by Aldous Huxley

In "Wheels - The Sixth Cycle," Aldous Huxley weaves a mesmerizing tale of enigmatic realms and transcendental journeys. Unfolding within the boundless corridors of the mind, this poetic masterpiece takes readers on a voyage through the sixth cycle of existence, where dreams and reality merge into a seamless tapestry of wonder and introspection. Within the labyrinthine depths of the human psyche, Huxley unveils a world where time is but a fleeting illusion and the boundaries of consciousness blur effortlessly. As the protagonist delves deeper into the enigma of existence, they encounter surreal landscapes, ethereal beings, and profound philosophical questions that challenge the very fabric of their understanding. Aldous Huxley's lyrical prose and evocative imagery beckon readers to embark on an intellectual adventure unlike any other, where the enigmatic dance between perception and truth reveals the elusive nature of human consciousness. "Wheels - The Sixth Cycle" is a poetic odyssey that will leave readers questioning the very essence of their reality and the intricate design of the universe.
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Huxley was born in Godalming, Surrey, England, in 1894. He was the third son of the writer and schoolmaster Leonard Huxley, who edited Cornhill Magazine. As a child, Huxley's nickname was "Ogie", shor...

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