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Illuminati in popular culture: Quiz


Question 1: ________ had had a particular interest in the theme of the Illuminati.
Horror filmHorror fictionLovecraftian horrorGothic fiction

Question 2: The power metal band ________'s song Induction is related to Illuminati.
Nuclear fusionNuclear fissionX-rayGamma ray

Question 3: The Illuminati also turn up in two spoofs of the gothic genre, which both also reference Horrid Mysteries, Northanger Abbey by ________ and Nightmare Abbey by Thomas Love Peacock.
Pride and PrejudiceJane AustenCassandra AustenMansfield Park

Question 4: Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum is a labyrinthine 1988 novel about all sorts of secret societies, including the Illuminati and the ________.
RosicrucianismEsoteric ChristianityAstrologyHermeticism

Question 5: The Illuminati in popular culture covers how the secret society of the Illuminati founded by ________ in Bavaria in 1776 has been manifested in popular culture, in books and comics, television and movies, games, and music.
David HumeImmanuel KantDeismAdam Weishaupt

Question 6: Also, early ________ surrounding the Illuminati inspired a number of creative works, and continue to do so.
Conspiracy theoryConspiracy fiction9/11 conspiracy theoriesNew World Order (conspiracy theory)

Question 7: The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction wrote that readers had a "scandalous vogue for German tales of the Illuminati."[1] The role of the Illuminati in Horrid Mysteries, as in ________' introduction to a later reprint of it.
LondonEnglandBristolMontague Summers

Question 8: The Illuminatus! Trilogy by Robert Shea and ________ is a three-book science fiction series published in the 1970s, which is regarded as a cult classic particularly in the hacker community.
Terence McKennaRobert Anton WilsonHippieTimothy Leary

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