Everything Is Under Control: Conspiracies, Cults and Cover-Ups

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Before the X-Files, before alt.conspiracies, there was Robert Anton Wilson and his legendary Illuminatus! Trilogy.

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Now this avatar of conspiriology, renowned for his razor wit and progressive philosophy, takes you on a fascinating, eclectic ride through what Wilson has termed the 'Cult Twilight' where conspiracy theories flourish. Everything is Under Control covers the range of Wilson's kaleidoscopic knowledge, from John Adams to the Voronezh (former Soviet Union) UFO sighting, the Campus Crusade for Cthulhu to the Mothman prophecies, and everything in between. What do the Freemasons, the Kennedys, and Princess Diana have in common? All are at the center of gigantic conspiracy theories with incredibly complex and endlessly multiplying twists, turns, highways and byways. Arranged by alphabetical entries which include cross-reference to other entries in the book and also provide addresses to relates sites on the Web, this book is truly interactive--you can dip in, read through, or follow one of the URLs from an interesting entry onto the internet. What some famous people say about Robert Anton Wilson: 'A dazzling barker hawking tickets to the most thrilling tilt-a-whirls and daring loop-o-planes on the midway to higher consciousness.' --Tom Robbins. 'Wilson managed to reverse every mental polarity in me, as if I had been pulled through infinity.' --Philip K. Dick 'One of the most important scientific philosophers of his century--scholarly, witty, scientific, hip and hopeful.' --Dr. Timothy Leary

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Author Robert Anton Wilson
Publisher Harper
Page Count 436pp
Publication Size 7.5 x 9.5
Publication Notes Paperback
Publication Date 1998
ISBN 978-0062734174

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