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Nature's God: The History of the Early Illuminati Volume 3 of the Historical Illuminatus Chronicles: Vol. 3 Paperback – 2 Feb 2005

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  • Paperback: 225 pages
  • Publisher: New Falcon Publications,U.S.; 1st Falcon Ed edition (2 Feb. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1561841641
  • ISBN-13: 978-1561841646
  • Product Dimensions: 21.1 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 137,121 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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They are the most secret of organisations and the most powerful - the Illuminati. They continue to shift the patterns of history to fulfil plans of their own, to open pathways to power which ordinary mortals are never meant to tread. It is 1776, and Sigismundo Celine, a young Neapolitan aristocrat and musician - exiled from his homeland after an unfortunate duel - has fled Europe for the American colonies. Here he will seek to master the next levels of metaphysical magic, and search for the Indian territories. In the meantime, the Irish fisherman, Moon, is caught up in revolution, his fate linked with George Washington and Lafayette. While Sigismundo prepares to contest the most powerful of the Indian medicine men, Moon, Washington, and the troops are waging an equally desperate battle for survival. These are the events which will soon reshape the world...

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A Danish Norseman or Norwegian Dane named Brodar, who wasn't particularly brilliant or scintillating and never did anything else that got into the history books, killed an old man around the hour of sunset on April 23, 1014 in a bull-grazing field called Clontarf, on the north coast of Dublin Bay. Read the first page
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr Smith on 7 Jan. 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If you like RAW you'll love this. A brilliant book. I was crushed when I realised it wasn't a trilogy, but an intended 5 books with the last 2 never being written. Please, if you can write like RAW, write me the next 2 books.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Sad to say, I think this is the last of this series 22 Jun. 2000
By cagliostro - Published on
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It seems like I read this is the last book of this series he will putout. I believe I read something from him that he said he had writtenthe fourth book, and decided not to release it. No reason to keep them going if the author himself doesn't want them to. As for the review, here goes. The Historical Illuminatis series is my favorite of all that Wilson has written, and I hope he releases the fourth book. All so far have been great, and in this one the chapter that is Sigismundo's Wilderness Diary is not to be missed. It borrows a lot from Nietzsche's "Maxims and Arrows", but gives them a new twist. Very good, and if you are a fan, find this book somehow.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Excellent 6 Sept. 2005
By John O'Connor - Published on
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The third in the Historical Illuminatus Trilogy. As good as the other two, and they were great. The only problem I see is that thus far, this is the last one. There should be more. I hope the Robert Anton Wilson reads this, and writes some more in this series. Robert Anton Wilson left this plane on January 11, 2007. He will be sorely missed.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
And... 27 Nov. 1999
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This is a really good book that has more thought provoking nuggets than 95% of books on spirituality..see chapter 7. It is also a helluva good story, which really gets one involved with the characters. We are told that " The World Turned Upside Down" will be "coming soon." Where the hell is it ? This stuff is great. RAW is one of the true visionaries of this genre, ranking with Dick and Heinlein, in my humble opinion. I truly hope he will finish this series.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Slow death from a fast start 24 Jun. 2010
By Chessley Sexton - Published on
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Having raced through the first book in this trilogy "The Earth Will Shake" (Damn good read that promised much.) I then plodded my way through volume two "The Widow's Son" with its footnotes inside of footnotes full of references that I could not find reality that exist, I think, as a set up joke within the body of the story that is both fleeting and feeble given the interminable set up. I opened this book, the third installment "Natures God" with hope. First I noted, with a sigh of relief, that there were very few footnotes and then I notice that it was short. Too short to finish this complex tale with all that it deserved given how much time I had given over to its reading. Indeed, it did not end well: Story lines left trailing fates and all that I had taken an interest in were just..... Stopped. No more, the end. If RAW had intended to write a fourth volume I do not know, and now Pope Bob is gone.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
How about a revised edition???? 19 July 1999
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I love this series, and don't understand why it is out of print. Nature's God, in particular, is almost impossible to get a hold of (I found a copy via inter-library loan). Nature's God seemed a bit unfinished, like Wilson rushed it to the printers or something because he needed to make a mortgage payment. And so much for the "trilogy," because the story is left unfinished at the end of this book. In fact, readers are told to stay tuned for a book called Walls Come Tumbling Down, but that title gets used for a terrible docu-drama(?) set in modern times. If the author reads this review, I hope he will decide to revisit this series and work since I know their are many fans of Historical Illuminatus out there.
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