Historical Illuminatus Chronicles Volume 1: The Earth Will Shake - The History Of The Early Illuminati

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They have been with us all through history: The 'Invisible College' of wisdom, and their adversaries-the destroyers-who rise from the flames to burn again. The history of the world is their story: a conspiracy as vast and all-encompassing as the riddle of time itself.

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In Naples, Italy, in 1764, a young aristocrat is about to stumble onto one piece of the great pattern. Through a heartless murder and his passion for the beautiful daughter of his enemy, young Sigismundo Celine uncovers the mystery of the Rossi brigade, former M.A.F.I.A. assassins, and the secret agenda of the dreaded Inquisition. In the wind of the raging social storm that will soon tear through Europe and America with the flame of revolution, Sigismundo begins his journey of discovery, joined by the boy Mozart, Dr. Frankenstein, Casanova the spy, lover and magician ... and a mysterious violet-eyed assassin who calls him "brother." Join him. The journey has just begun. 'More important than Ulysses or Finnegans Wake.' - Timothy Leary 'Devilish ... I loved it!' - Greil Marcus, Rolling Stone NOVELIST, TEACHER AND FORMER PLAYBOY EDITOR Robert Anton Wilson is the author of Cosmic Trigger: Final Secret of the Illuminati; The New Inquisition; Reality Is What You Can Get Away With; the Illuminatus! trilogy (with Robert Shea); Prometheus Rising; The Walls Came Tumbling Down; Wilhelm Reich in Hell; Sex, Drugs & Magick and many other works.

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Author Robert Anton Wilson
Publisher New Falcon Publications
Page Count 368pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 8.5
Publication Notes Softcover
Publication Date June 1, 2004
ISBN 978-1561841622

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