Masks of the Illuminati

Masks of the Illuminati

Robert Anton Wilson

Language: English

Pages: 172

ISBN: 044050306X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Masks of the Illuminati

Robert Anton Wilson

Language: English

Pages: 172

ISBN: 044050306X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Young and wealthy Englishman Sir John Babcock has discovered that an ancient criminal order is preparing to take over the world. He seeks the help of two brilliant, yet unlikely, drinking buddies--James Joyce and Albert Einstein--the only people genius enough to uncover the wretched scheme!

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kings, bishops, boys, girls, soldiers, Mother Superiors, bankers, whimpering poets; cunts were fucked, sucked, chewed, licked, kissed; Queen Victoria was gangbanged by 358 Watusi warriors. Madmen defecated in wells, fountains, punchbowls, on streets and in doorways. Drooling farmboys waving signs that said Bestiality Liberation charged into pet shops to sodomize dogs, cats, monkeys, birds, tarantulas. André Breton walked about Paris shooting pedestrians at random. The last lawyer was strangled

Babylonian magic and the Hermetic tradition of the Egyptian priesthood of Thoth." Letter from Dr. Stanislaus Hinterstoisser to Colin Wilson, The Necronomicon with commentaries, Neville Spearman Co., Suffolk, 1978. Sir John reflected on the "History Lection" for two days before deciding how much further he dared go. Then he wrote back to Jones and begged admission to the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn as a Probationer. And so he crossed the thrice-sealed door and passed over from being a

fog and beginning to write modern poetry." Sir John found this self-importance hilarious, but managed to keep a straight face. He tactfully changed the subject. "Why are you so preoccupied by Chinese verse forms?" he asked in his most diffident manner. "Chinese," Pound pronounced, "will be as important to the twentieth century as Greek was to the Renaissance." And he went on for twenty minutes on that topic, before Sir John was able to interpolate a remark again. "Who was that young lady reciting

story. The Great God Pan, The King in Yellow, and Clouds Without Water are all real books and the quotations from them are accurate. All details of assassinations and other political events are taken from standard reference works such as the Britannica and are as reliable as such sources generally are. The author solemnly warrants and guarantees that there are no flat lies and only one hidden joke in the above two paragraphs. PART ONE The chessboard is the world, the pieces are the phenomena of

bloke what drank the poison to show the bleedin' bastards they couldn't frighten him? Begging your pardon, Reverend." Babcock could not bear to look at Verey's face. "Socrates was indeed a very brave man," he said evasively. "Brave?" Campbell shook his head. "I was in Her Majesty's Army during the Boer Uprising," he said. "I know all abaht bravery, guv'nor. It isn't bravery when you sits yourself down and drinks poison to prove a point. Could you do it? Could I do it? Could the bravest manjack in

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