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The Disilluminati

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The Disilluminati

An alleged organization that conspiracy theorists believe to be responsible for all efforts to defame ELotH:TES in any concievable way. This theory was first perpetuated in the book The Disilluminati: The Conspiracy to Trash the Elemenstor Cycle by mysterious man known only as Horphious.


According to Horphious and conspiracy theorists, "the Disilluminati is all around us" and exists only to defame anything related to the ELotH:TES, and has been pulling the strings of all things bad that have happened to the series from the begining, even before it was even created.


The Disilluminati are claimed to perpetuate the Penny Arcade Conspiracy Theory, using threats and intimidation to allow Wired to write the article that began the theory.


The Disilluminati are also allegedly responsible for creating the Dark Fourteen. The reason behind this is that the Disilluminati (allegedly) wishes to manipulate the Dark Fourteen to kill Tycho Brahe, then send operatives to find and destroy the mythical Fourteenth Manuscript before it is released, crushing the hopes and dreams of all ELotH:TES fans, and even the members of the Dark Fourteen.


The most recent allegation about the Disilluminati is that one of their members is none other than the author of The Song of the Sorcelator(otherwise known as "That Piece of Human Waste"), who wrote it to serve two purposes for the Disilluminati.


  • Attempt to appear as if the ELotH:TES was itself plagerized from The Song of the Sorcelator by cleverly writing Book One of Sorcelator before Book 1 of ELotH:TES was released.
  • Give all ELotH:TES fans who happen to read The Song of the Sorcelator an overload of written excrement, causing all fans to suffer from a fatal stroke.


Aside from the Plagerist-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Name, other alleged members of the Disilluminati are:



The evidence supporting this single organization is flimsy at best. For example, Horphious states "all things that make ELotH:TES look bad seem unrelated. And the fact that all of them are unrelated is the constant similarity they all share, meaning there must be a connection."


Never the less, a growing number of people now support this theory and are organizing assassination attempts against all alleged members.

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