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Rev. Illuminatus Maximus in the news (site articles & mentions from 1997-2006)
  • The Skeptics Society Newsletter

    The Skeptics Society Newsletter

    “Neo-gnostics today specifically praise Intelligent Design theory for supporting gnosticism. The “Gnostic Friends Network” (www.enemies.com), in articles such as “Intelligent Design: Proof of the Demiurge?” refer to the ...

  • Hollywood’s War on God (DVD)

    Hollywood’s War on God (DVD)

    “IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THE “DA VINCI CODE” IS THE FULFILLMENT OF A MUCH LARGER CODE THAT REVEALS THAT SATANIC FORCES WOULD ONE DAY DECEIVE THE ENTIRE WORLD? Hollywood’s War on God is a mind-blowing, eye-popping ...

  • National Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature

    National Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature

    “…an excellent example of the extent to which Gnosticism has infused the public domain… the Gnostic Friends Network… contains some astounding artwork by “Rev Max,” the Reverend Maximus Illuminatus. On this ...

  • The Independent

    The Independent

    “The Gnostic Friends Network is a virulent anti-Christian outpouring, headlined Jesus Says Love Your Enemies. It takes the Gnostic belief that this world was the work of the Devil and turns it into a charter for Devil-worshipping ...

  • ART? Alternatives Issue #9

    ART? Alternatives Issue #9

    Back in 1994, one man began having startling realizations about “the very foundations of [his] being.” He… discovered several texts describing gnosticism, one of the three main branches of primitive Christianity. ...

  • Encyclopédie de L’Agora

    Encyclopédie de L’Agora

    “Certains n’hésitent pas à parler de la bête et du mal. Pour avoir une idée du phénomène (très répandu) que nous évoquons, il suffit de visiter par exemple le site http://www.enemies.com.” [1] Lanteigne, Josette ...

  • Wired Magazine

    Wired Magazine

    Fundamentalist Christians have taken to the Net like medflies to a pheromone trap. Of course, you’ll also find loads of Christian critics buzzing around in there, too. But none of them seem to be having as much fun with fundies [...]