Baldur (Balder) foresees his death in a terrible nightmare. Troubled by this, Allfather Odin bids the other Gods to counsel all woods and plants that they are not to cause injury to Baldur. But the... More > Trickster God, Loki, has other plans.
Writing this One-Act play, the author exercised strict disclipline, in adhering to meter, rhythm and rhyme scheme.
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If you are interested in the serious study of the notorious Bavarian Illuminati, Adolph Freiherr Knigge’s “Philo’s Reply to Questions Concerning His Association with the... More > Illuminati” is a must-read. This book is the first full-length translation of any work by a major player of this secret and once very powerful brotherhood. Here’s what you will discover in this book:
• A character sketch of the order’s founder, Adam Weishaupt
• An outline of the Illuminati’s degree system
• The story of the Illuminati’s rise to power
• A short autobiography of one of Germany’s most profound thinkers and writers: Adolph Freiherr Knigge
• The story of the schism between Weishaupt and Knigge< Less