Robert Anton Wilson

“Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away” – How To Build A Universe That Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later, Philip K. Dick Part 2, Essays…




Science fiction writer Robert Anton Wilson once researched all of Santa’s “Crimes Against Humanity.” Jolly Ol’ St. Nick is guilty of more than just paganism, perjury, and trying to steal Christmas from…



This YouTube video features the voices of Terence McKenna, Robert Anton Wilson and Noam Chomsky, with this description:

The New World Order is a catch-all phrase that is used by fear mongering propagandists to captivate people with dread. Too many people for too long have been put under a spell with feelings of hopelessness and despair by this fairy tale concept that there is a secret society or race of reptiles out there to get them and their children, and that they are succeeding at doing it. Please show this video to anyone you can to help break the spell of fear placed over those who wish to make this world a better place.



The ever reliable David Pescovitz brings you this tidbit for fans missing RAW, at BoingBoing of course: Fans of Robert Anton Wilson, the Principia Discordia, and the Church of the Subgenius will…


[A vintage 1990s-era disinformation® essay-interview with Robert Anton Wilson by our former site editor, Alex Burns] Author’s note: This interview was originally published in REVelation magazine (#13, Autumn, 1995): 36-40. The many…



Returning to the source?Ken Eakins of SittingNow.co.uk:

“One of our Australian listeners, Jo (from Cambria), was so inspired by Robert Anton Wilson and Bob Shea’s ‘Illuminatus Trilogy’, that he added a Fnordic twist to his yarn storming'”:

“I’ve attached photos of my most recent knit graffiti. I tag my knit bombs with bright yellow tags — one side has an eye on top of a pyramid with a red line running through it (Anti-Illuminati) and the other side has a quote from Schrodinger’s Cat or Illuminatus!”

Now, I have to admit, this is the first case of ‘Yarn Storming’ I’ve ever encountered, so I rushed to YewTube and unearthed this expanatory morsel: