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Playboy’s Book of Forbidden Words (1972, out of print)  Introduction
Sex and Drugs: A Journey Beyond Limits
(1973, 2nd Edition 1993)
The Sex Magicians
(1973, out of print)
The Book of the Breast
(1974, out of print; revised 1989)
The Illuminatus! Trilogy
w/ Robert Shea (1975)  Character Index
     The Eye in the Pyramid
     The Golden Apple
Cosmic Trigger: The Final Secret of the Illuminati
(1977)  [excerpt]
w/ Leary and Koopman (1978, revised 1988)
The Illuminati Papers
(1980, 3rd Edition 1997)   “Celine’s Laws”
The Schrödinger’s Cat Trilogy 
(1988, abridged trilogy)
     The Universe Next Door  (1979)
     The Trick Top Hat (1981)
     The Homing Pigeon  (1981)
Masks of the Illuminati
Right Where You Are Sitting Now
The Earth Will Shake
Prometheus Rising
(1983, revised 1997)
The Widow’s Son
The New Inquisition
(1986, out of print)   “Creative Agnosticism”
Wilhelm Reich in Hell
Natural Law
(1987, out of print)
(1988)  “Thirteen Choruses for the Divine Marquis”
w/ Leary & Koopman (1988, Neuropolitics revised)
Ishtar Rising
(1989, out of print; The Book of the Breast revised)
Quantum Psychology
Cosmic Trigger II
Nature’s God
Reality Is What You Can Get Away With
Chaos and Beyond: The Best of Trajectories
(1994, out of print)
Cosmic Trigger III
The Walls Came Tumbling Down
Everything Is Under Control
(1998)   “The Holy Order of the Lemon”
TSOG: The Thing That Ate the Constitution
Email to the Universe
(2005)   “Becoming What We Are”

Sombunall books for which RAW has written
an introduction or some other contribution

The Alchemy of Opposites by Rodolfo Scarfalloto [introduction]
Anarchic Harmony 
by William J. Murray [introduction]
Angel Tech
 by Antero Alli [preface]
Astrology, Aleister & Aeon
 by Charles Kipp [introduction]
the best of fact
: by Ralph Ginzburg (ed.) [essay by “Ronald Weston”]
The Best of the Realist
 by Paul Krassner (ed.)  [“Sex Education for the Modern Liberal Adult“ and “The Anatomy of Schlock“]
 by David Jay Brown [introduction]
Creating Your Giant Self
 by Robert Rose, Ph. D. [introduction]
Dark Destiny: Proprietors of Fate
 by Edward E. Kramer (ed)  [“Introduction to a Malign Fiesta”]
Design for Dying
 by Timothy Leary [short passage]
Diogenes’ Lamp
 by Adam Weishaupt  [introduction]
Disco 2000
 by Sara Champion (ed.) [essay “Dali’s Clocks”]
The Dream Illuminati: The Vimana Conspiracy
 by Wayne Saalman [introduction]
Dream Makers (Vol. II)
 by Charles Platt [interview and afterward to interview]
The Eye in the Triangle
 by Israel Regardie [introduction]
Free Space
 edited by Edward E. Kramer [poem: “Free at Last”]
The Fringes of Reason 
edited by Ted Schultz [essay: “Beyond True and False”]
The Game of Life
 by Timothy Leary [contributor]
The Gemstone File
 by Jim Keith [essay: “The Godfather, Part IV”]
General Idea of Revolution in the Nineteenth Century
 by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon [review in the 1975 Gordon Press edition]
Green Egg Omlette by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart [essays: “Origins of Magick” and “The Trip to Heaven” with Timothy Leary]
The High Times Reader
  [essays: “The Persecution and Assassination of the Parapsychologists as Performed by the Inmates of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Under the Direction of the Amazing Randi!”]
The Illuminati Conspiracy
 by Donald Holmes [introduction]
The Illuminati of Immortality
 by Wayne Saalman [introduction]
The Illuminoids 
by Neal Wilgus [introduction]
Irish Spirit
 by Patricia Monaghan (ed.) [essay]
The Lazy Man’s Guide to Death and Dying
 by E. J. Gold [introduction]
Loompanics’ Greatest Hits
  [essays: “Four Trends That Scare The Hell Out of Me” and “Four Trends That Give Me Hope“]
Monsters & Magical Sticks or There’s No Such Thing as Hypnosis
  by Steven Heller, Ph.D.  & Terry Sheele [introduction to 2nd ed.]
Philip K. Dick: The Dream Connection
 edited by D. Scott Apel  [Afterwards]
Popular Alienation: A Steamshovel Press Reader
 edited by Kenn Thomas [short interview and a Swiftian rant: “A Modest Inquiry“]
Portable Darkness: an Aleister Crowley Reader
 by Scott Michaelson (ed.) [foreword]
Pot Stories for the Soul
 by Paul Krassner (ed)  [brief essay “Forgetting”]
The Prankster and the Conspiracy
 by Adam Gorightly [foreword] 
Principia Discordia
 [introduction to the 4th edition]
The Psychology of Synergy
 by Dr. Madeleine Singer [introduction]
Rebels & Devils 
by Christopher S. Hyatt [essay: “How Brain Software Programs Brain Hardware”]
Secrets of Western Tantra
 by Christopher S. Hyatt [preface]
Semiotext(e) SF
 by R. Rucker, P. L. Wilson & RAW (eds.) [preface and “cut-up” essay]
Semiotext(e) USA
 by Jim Fleming (ed.) [essay on Finnegans Wake]
Sex and Rockets
 by John Carter [introduction]
Taboo: Sex, Religion & Magick by C. S. Hyatt, DuQuette & Ford [introduction]
Think for Yourself! 
by Sharon Presley [preface]
The Three-Fisted Tales of “Bob”
 by Reverend Ivan Stang (ed.) [“The Horror on Howth Hill”]
Towards an Archeology of the Soul
 by Antero Alli [afterword]
To Lie Is Human 
by Christopher S. Hyatt
True Mutations
 by R. U. Sirius [interview]
Undoing Yourself with Energized Meditation
 by Christopher S. Hyatt [preface]
Visions in the Stone
 by E.J. Gold [introduction]
Wake Up Down There! 
by Greg Bishop (ed.) [“The Persistence of False Memory“]
When the Music’s Over
 by Lewis Shiner (ed.) [“Von Neumann’s Second Catastrophe”]
Worlds Beyond: The Everlasting Frontier
 by Larry Geis (ed.) [essay: “Cryonics and Future Perspectives” with Jerry White]


2 responses to “Bibliography

  1. Guys-

    Under Sombunall Books For Which RAW Has Written…:

    We really ought to add:
    Seven By Seven, a collection of interviews edited by Neal Wilgus. there’s a (relatively) long interview with RAW and one with Shea, too. The book was published in 1996, as far as I can tell, but the interviews themselves seen to have taken place around 1976-77?

    Note: Shea gets asked about the missing parts of Iluminatus! and it’s a slightly different story than what RAW usually gave:

    Wilgus: I understand that 500 pages – close to forty percent of the original manuscript – was cut from Illuminatus! before it was published. Do you think this helped or hurt the novel?

    Shea: The original manuscript was around 1200 type-written pages, and we were asked to cut about 200 pages, which we did, screaming in agony all the while. This didn’t do any mortal structural damage to the novel. It did cost us some good writing, and some funny bits. A lot of what was cut was occult information in the appendices. Also, _When Atlantis Ruled The Earth_ was originally a complete screenplay-within-novel. Now it’s down to a summary.

    Wilgus: Any chance the uncut version will ever see print?

    Shea: If the book catches on enough so that a hardcover or quality paperback publisher wants to produce the uncut version as a service to literature. But printing and paper costs so much nowadays, it’s doubtful anyone will want to take a chance. No, the more I think about it, the less likely it seems.

    Only 200 pages?
    And Shea, at this point, (1976?) still seems to think the missing stuff is around somewhere; RAW has always maintained it got lost in the mail between Shea (Chicago), RAW (Mexico) and NY (Dell).

  2. i was writing a bit for a blog. i was in the neighborhood when luna died. i see different dates for her death and nothing on who killed her except he was a sioux. thank you for any help.

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