The Eye in the Pyramid (The Illuminatus! Trilogy, #1)
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The Eye in the Pyramid

by Robert Anton Wilson, Robert Shea
Release date: 1975
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction

The Illuminati: inside joke – or hellish conspiracy? Were they harmless cranks? Or a hellish conspiracy of psychotic lost souls hidden for centuries, unleashing a weird evil on an unsuspecting, defenceless world? It was Saul Goodman's lousy luck to pick up the trail from some underground memos in a bombed-out office. It was the heavy case he always dreaded. So it was that one tired cop set out on a wild, bizarre quest for a secret society that spanned centuries, crossed continents, drugged generations – and stooped to any depth of degradation to self-destruct a whole world.. In the far-out vein of Vonnegut's humour and Castaneda's mind-games, here is Illuminatus – part 1 – the closest thing to a cosmic kaleidoscope between soft covers. Or a bone-freezing blueprint of disaster to come?

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