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  • Antero Alli is teaching an online course on the Eight Circuit Brain concept pioneered by Timothy Leary, Robert Anton Wilson and of course Antero himself.

    Robert Anton Wilson credited William S. Burroughs for noticing the 23 phenomena (and also noted James Joyce was fascinated with the date April 23), but it looks like he wasn’t the first to write about it. Fortean blogger Theo Paijmans has dug up some older historical mentions of the 23 Enigma. It looks like the oldest comes from German painter, poet and writer Maximilian Dauthendey. Dauthendey wrote in his book Der Geist Meines Vaters in 1912:

  • Robert Anton Wilson (1/18/1932 – 1/11/2007) was a writer and philosopher best known for his fictional Illuminatus series and non-fictional Cosmic Trigger series of books. He wrote about conspiracy theory, magic, spirituality, psychedelics, and counter culture from a skeptical and humorous point of view.

    First recorded in Chicago in 1994, this previously unreleased audio session with the renowned Robert Anton Wilson has been stored away for fifteen years…and almost lost entirely. If Bob knew how many synchronicities surround the rediscovery and release of this “lost” studio session, he would be chuckling in that half jolly, half mischievous way of his. If you believe in any kind of afterlife, maybe you can imagine him laughing right now. I like that image: Bob the laughing Buddha, still having one over on us from the great beyond.

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    While never to keen to subscribe to any sort of belief system, or even admit a slight belief in anything at all. The Great Bob, or Robert Anton Wilson to most, had a great interest in the ancient mystery schools and a particular like for the writings of Aleister Crowley. He saw Crowley for what he was, a great magus and yogi, an undeniable scholar on mystery schools and tradition but also a trickster, joker and all-round scallywag who had found a key to tapping deeply into the subconscious

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Robert Anton Wilson: Usually when people ask me that question, I give them some kind of a put-on, but I can't think of a good and original put-on that I haven't done several times before.