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Dazzlingthe most thrilling tilt-a-whirls and daring loop-o-planes on the midway of higher consciousness. -- Tom Robbins
Erudite, witty and genuinely scary -- Publishers Weekly
The mans either a genius or Jesus. -- Sounds, London
What great physicist hides behind the mask of Wilson? -- New Scientist
Wilson managed to reverse every mental polarity in me, as if I had been pulled through infinity. I was astonished and delighted. -- Philip K. Dick, author of Blade Runner
Novelist, Teacher and Former Playboy Editor Robert Anton Wilson is the author of the Cosmic Trigger trilogy; 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 and many other works.
Very fun to read! It can confuse you and you kind of have to re-read a few things till it makes sense.Published 1 month ago by Kevin H
As a professional physicist I found RAW's exposition comical, he proudly states that he has never studied Physics, which "is" painfully obvious to someone who has. Read morePublished on Dec 29 2003 by Mike
Learning how to use your brain is never more fun than with the wonderfully zany, enlightening methods of RAW. Read morePublished on May 30 2003 by Brian Wallace (Co-author of It's Not Your Hair)
May be the best of Wilson's books for summing up his version of how the mind works. An excellent integration of diverse sciences, complete with many experiments you can do... Read morePublished on Dec 19 2002 by Gordon Smith
May be the best of Wilson's book for summing up his version of how the mind works. An excellent integration of diverse sciences, complete with many experiments you can do yourself. Read morePublished on Dec 19 2002 by Gordon Smith
This is the follow up to "prometheus rising and I have to say a damn good book. The author alternates between explaining the absurdly obvious and inherently esoteric while... Read morePublished on July 24 2002 by Perversonality
It's every bit as good and useful as the first book. It will change your life again.Published on Dec 10 2001 by Lawrence Fife
I have read much of Mr. Wilson's writings. This book is well worth reading for its counter cultural flavor and pseudo-scientific odor. Read morePublished on Dec 5 2001 by Burke Lanthorn