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ANTHONY J1.:PBERTS
AND GEOFF <1fLBERTSON
also by Anthony Roberts
Atlantean Traditions in Ancient Britain
Glastonbury: Ancient Avalon, New Jerusalem
(editor)
Sowers of Thunder
THE DARK GODS
Foreword by Colin Wilson
London Melbourne Sydney Auckland Johannesburg
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First published 1980
© Anthony Roberts and Geoff Gilbertson 1980
Introduction © Colin Wilson 1980
The paperback edition of this book is sold subject to the
condition that it shall not by way o f trade or otherwise be
lent, re-sold hired out or otherwise circulated without the
publisher's prior consent in any form of binding or cover
other than that in which it is first published and without a
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Set in Monotype Times New Roman
British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data
Gilbertson, Geoff
The dark gods.
1. Psychical research
I. Title I I . Roberts, Anthony
BF1031
133
Printed in Great Britain by The Anchor Press Ltd
and bound by Wm Brendon & Son Ltd
both of Tiptree, Essex
I S B N O 09 138770 1 cased
0 09 138771 X paper
This book i's dedicated to the memory
o f H. P. Lovecraft who knew but preferred
to believe otherwise.
And is also for John A. Keel, who has helped
to throw light on the Dark Gods.
CONTENTS
Authors' note
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Colin Wilson
Part One: The Cosmic Connection
Anthony Roberts
Part Two: The Trail of Klingsor
Geoff Gilbertson
1 Background
2 Message from myth
3 Some personalities and movements
4 The masks of Klingsor
5
Technicalities
6 The plot thickens
7 Behind the mask
Part Three: The Cosmic Battleground
Anthony Roberts
Part Four: Antidote to Paranoia
Geoff Gilbertson
Epilogue
Anthony Roberts and Geoff Gilbertson
Bibliography
Index
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15
AUTHORS' NOTE
This book is intended to fill an unfortunate gap through
providing what can best be described as 'counter-propaganda',
and is also intended to stress the vital need for
discernment
in
matters o f religion. These, however, are only two o f its
purposes . . • .
AR
GO
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Geoff Gilbertson
I would like to thank John Eyre, Maria Layton and June Muller,
Rick Williams (composer o f
Ultraterrestrial Conversations),
Jill
Gilbertson, Dave Pursey, Mike and Linda-Jay Reay, Mike Wray,
Jan Roberts and Diane Wallace for assistance with practical matters
during the writing o f my sections; John A. Davison for schoolday
literary inspiration, and Trevor Hunt and Geoffrey Ashe for passing
on interesting discoveries.
Special debt must be acknowledged to the writings o f John A.
Keel, and I wish also to thank Eric Powell for passing on vital
insights personally.
s
Special thanks must go to Alan Thomas for acting a an 'agent of
fate', and to Colin Wilson and Vivianna Wetten for stimulating the
philosophy without which the writing o f my sections would have been
impossible.
The following publishers' permission to quote from the books
mentioned is also gratefully acknowledged:
Phoebus Publishing Company for the extract from
Man, Myth
and
Magic;
Secker & Warburg for the extract from
The Rise and Fall
of the Third Reich
by William Shirer; Saucerian Press for the extract
from
Flying Saucers and the Third Man
and finally Macmillan &
Company for the extract from the
Ancient Wisdom
by Geoffrey Ashe.
Anthony Roberts
I would like to thank my wife Janet for her usual magnificent job of
typing out a manuscript from my somewhat rococo handwriting, while
maintaining her usual patient equilibrium. Acknowledgements are
also
due to the wandering John Nicholson, and to Sarah Phillips of
Glastonbury for her erratic but stimulating conversa,tjons a,nc;l cn,u;:ial
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