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Final Secret of the Illuminati (Cosmic Trigger Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2002

    Pull the trigger on your self

    Robert Anton Wilson is one of America's leading 'alternative' intellectuals. All his works are worth reading, especially the Cosmic Trigger series, Quantum Psychology, and Prometheus Rising. Wilson has a unique writing style that reminds one of 'the trickster' from mythology. I'm never quite sure if he is serious, joking, making a point, or making a counter-point. He makes it clear at the beginning of Cosmic Trigger that 'I do not believe anything.' This is perhaps Wilson's most frequent message, that belief is equated with stupidity. An unquestioning mind is an empty mind for Wilson, and he seems fond of questioning everything, which can be unnerving for anyone who is deeply entrenched in 'belief.' Wilson opened my mind to possibilities I'd never imagined, and blew holes in my own belief system in such a way as to entertain and enlighten me. Those seeking works of fact and fiction about transforming themselves and humanity will take great interest in Wilson, and in Cosmic Trigger in particular. A truly enlightening book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 30, 2007

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    some people like climbing mountains. Some are driven to explore consciousness in a similarly daring fashion, Cosmic Trigger is Wilson's personal journey, akin to Phil Dick's Valis, precursor to Daniel Pinchbecks' 2012. The adventure continues...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2002

    Degrading

    Wilson question's religions which is a good thing. However, I didn't like the idea that he implied that exploring various cults can be a good thing!!

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