The guys over at the Right Where You are Sitting Now podcast decided to dedicate their 23rd (fnord) episode to the memory of Robert Anton Wilson. In the 2 hour long episode they spliced in quite a few of RAW’s clips from various lectures along with interviews with Rev. Ivan Stang, Richard Metzger of Disinfo Corp, as well as chaos magicians Lon Milo Duquette and Taylor Ellwood. They cover everything from The Illuminus! Trilogy, e-prime, Aleister Crowley, Prometheus Rising, chaos magick, the future of counterculture, and of course, Discordianism.
I had never heard of this podcast before but I’m a big fan now. I don’t know how I’ll be able to fit yet another podcast into my busy schedule but I’ll find a way.
WE already knew it, of course. Vance, of radosh.net finally caught on too.
Now that “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy” has picked Joe Biden as his running mate, the question remains: Why did he wait the 23rd to announce?
Traditionally politicians announce things late on Friday that they don’t want to get too much attention (because it’s a dead spot for MSM cycles). Assuming Obama had made his pick by Thursday, announcing it that night would have been a night-and-day difference in how much it was ballyhooed.
So why pick this dead spot for this high-profile announcement? The answer, obviously, is that in announcing on August 23rd, Obama is performing the first phase of an Illuminati ritual. If he is involved with this gnostic Illuminati sect, expect another signal on November the 5th.
I told you guys he wasn’t a secret Muslim.
http://www.megaupload.com/es/?d=27X5LIHF 227 MB download
http://www.mediafire.com/?mdcyy3zlswz – Part 1
http://www.mediafire.com/?4xyydjxngwn – Part 2
http://www.mediafire.com/?2ugg32x9syb – Part 3
The Structure of the Mind – Ben Goertzel
The MIT Encyclopedia of Cognitive Sciences (1999) – Robert A Wilson and Frank C Keil
The Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology – Edited by Charles Spielberger
Putting a new spin on groups – The science of of Chaos – Bud A McClure
Billion Dollar Bunko – Simon Lovell
The Changing Images of Man by Stanford Research Institute
Derren Brown – Behind the Screen
Derren Brown – Pure Effect
Get Anyone to do Anything – David J Lieberman
Undoing Yourself – Christopher Hyatt
Theory of Power – Jeff Vail
The Red Queen: Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature – Matt Ridley
PsyOps and Ethics – Michael Aquino
Propaganda – Edward Bernays
Prometheus Rising – Robert Anton Wilson
The role of cognitive and socio-cognitive conflict in learning to reason – Katiuscia Sacco and Monica Bucciarelli
Secret Incunabula.org paper – Joesph Matheny (?)
Society of the Spectacle – Guy Debord
Stealth Marketing – Jay Abraham
Strategic Information Warfare (RAND corporation) – Roger C Molander, Andrew S Riddle, Peter A Wilson
The Strategic Game of ? And ? – Unknown
The Power of Persuasion: How We’re Bought and Sold – Robert Levine
The Selfish Meme – Kate Distin
The Advertised Mind – Erik du Plessis
The Art of Memetics – Wes Unruh and Edward Wilson
The Authoritarians – Bob Altemeyer
The Origin and Evolution of Cultures – Robert Boyd and Peter J Richerson
The Psychology of Entertainment Media – Edited by L. J. Shrum
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Think Two Products Ahead – Ben Mack
This Is Not A Game (extract) – Dave Szulborski
All these books are pretty heavy on psychology, NLP and marketing, and are low on actual pranks and tricks. The idea is more to condition your mind to think about how other people think, then exploit that knowledge.