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Hi! I've moved your personal info to your brand-new talk page. "Michael E. Shea" was up for deletion as a vanity article. Welcome!! - Lucky 6.9 22:58, 17 Mar 2005 (UTC)

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The Illuminatus! Trilogy[edit]

If you're still around, maybe you'd like to take a look at the Illuminatus article, we'd like to hear your thoughts. Шизомби 05:50, 7 March 2006 (UTC)

The Playboy Advisor[edit]

It would be interesting to know more about your father's work at Playboy. Don't know if you ever looked up the article in Playboy mentioned in Illuminatus, the "Playboy Advisor" in the April 1969 issue pages 62 and 64. I'm supposing your father wrote it, and Wilson wrote the reply. Here's the letter, I'll post the reply later:

I recently heard an old man of right-wing views—a friend of my grandparents’—assert that the current wave of assassinations in America is the work of a secret society called the Illuminati. He said that the Illuminati have existed throughout history, own the international banking cartels, have all been 32nd-degree Masons and were known to Ian Fleming, who portrayed them as SPECTRE in his James Bond books—for which the Illuminati did away with Mr. Fleming. At first, this all seemed like a paranoid delusion to me. Then I read in The New Yorker that Allan Chapman, one of Jim Garrison's investigators in the New Orleans probe of the John Kennedy assassination, believes that the Illuminati really exist. The next step in my galloping descent into credulity occurred when I mentioned this subject to a friend who is majoring in Middle Eastern affairs. He told me that the Illuminati were actually of Arabic origin and that their founder was the legendary “old man of the mountains,” who used marijuana to work up a murderous frenzy and who fought against both the Crusaders and the orthodox Moslems, adding that their present ruler is the Aga Khan; but, he said, it is now merely a harmless religious order known as Ismailianism.
I then began to wonder seriously about all this. I mentioned it to a friend from Berkeley. He immediately told me that there is a group on campus that calls itself the Illuminati and boasts that it secretly controls international finance and the mass media. Now (if PLAYBOY isn’t part of the Illuminati conspiracy), can you tell me: Are the Illuminati part of the Masons? Is Aga Khan their leader? Do they really control all the banks and TV stations? And who have they killed lately?—R.S., Kansas City, Missouri.

They were working on the book at the time, so it makes sense that they would print a letter and reply in Playboy that they could then use in their book, even if it is a bit mischievous! Regards, Шизомби 04:24, 12 March 2006 (UTC)

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