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Masks of the Illuminati is a 1981 novel by Robert Anton Wilson, co-author of The Illuminatus! Trilogy and over thirty other influential books. Although not a sequel to the earlier work, it does expand information on many of the topics referred to in the trilogy.
Masks, mummies & mounds. An introductory supplement. Published 1998 by McGraw-Hill.
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A mask is an object normally worn on the face, typically for protection, disguise, performance, or entertainment. Masks have been used since antiquity for both ceremonial and practical purposes, as well as in the performing arts and for entertainment. They are usually worn on the face, although they may also be positioned for effect elsewhere on the wearer's body.
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Introduction and Supplement. Opposite meaning words. Usage example: a supplement containing biographical articles on women who had died since the publication of the original three-volume encyclopedia. Introduction noun – A short section (as of a book) that leads to or explains the main part. Supplement is an antonym for introduction. Nearby Words: introduce, introductory, introducing. Antonyms for Introduction. Supplement noun – A part added at the end of a book or periodical.