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The first book in the Cosmic Trigger trilogy reveals the enlightening secret of the Illuminati while presenting the daunting metaphor of Chapel Perilous where the unprepared can get lost in a spirited journey.  

Volume Two of the series presents the metaphor of the Bridge and the lessons of Bob’s early life that brought him to the wisdom of the Model Agnostic’s perspective. In Bob’s typical wide-ranging narratives, we learn, among other mind-blowing anecdotes, about the similarities between the Pope of Rome and the Wizard of Oz. Don’t miss this explosion of thought, when for the second time, Bob pulls the Cosmic Trigger. 

The Robert Anton Wilson Trust Authorized Hilaritas Press Edition 

©1991 Robert Anton Wilson (P)2020 Robert Anton Wilson

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  • 03-07-20

Huge RAW Fan

Love all of R.A.W. Books and have almost read them all numerous times. I hope they continue to make his books into audiobooks... I hate to ever hate on someone as the guys voice isn’t bad... I just kind of wish someone with a a less gruff voice would narrate them as I listen to audiobooks while going to sleep, and his voice travels a bit weird out of my speakers late at night that it’s hard to enjoy at a reasonable volume and hear him, without him sometimes seemingly yelling at me. This may seem like a niche complaint so I get this wouldn’t be an issue for most people as he doesn’t have a bad voice, and I can empathize as I have a deeper raspy voice that is hard to hear over the phone for people unless I’m projecting louder. So he doesn’t have a bad voice, but with my fan on, I have to have the volume high to hear him, which means at times when he uses the inflections in his voice it peaks in my speakers and can be distracting while laying down to sleep.