Cosmic Trigger I: Final Secret of the Illuminati - pp. 27-52 Summary & Analysis

Robert Anton Wilson
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pp. 27-52 Summary and Analysis

Did a leprechaun leave the Simonton pancakes?— The little green man is compared to the Jungian archetype, such as the TV series character, Dr. Spock of Star Trek, or the Irish leprechaun. Wilson tells a Sufi story of a rider on a donkey looking for his donkey. Wilson tells the reader to look towards the human nervous system itself as the source of perceptions. People claim they see things, but the perception is colored by their prejudices and what they expect. Wilson calls these the decisions of the human metaprogrammer, who decides what the focus is.

The Kennedy Assassination and the Net —- Wilson looks at the assassination of President John Kennedy, the alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, and a man named Kerry Thornley, who has been called by some the so-called second Oswald. Thornley is a...

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