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Belbo invites Casaubon to review the manuscript of a supposedly non-fiction book about the Templars. Casaubon also meets Belbo's colleague Diotallevi, a cabalist. The book, by a Colonel Ardenti, claims a hidden coded manuscript has revealed a secret plan of the medieval Templars to take over the world. This supposed conspiracy is meant as revenge for the deaths of the Templar leaders when their order was disbanded by the King of France. Ardenti postulates that the Templars were the guardians of a secret treasure, perhaps the Holy Grail of legend, which he suspects was a radioactive energy source.

According to Ardenti's theory, after the French monarchy and the Catholic Church disbanded the Templars on the grounds of heresy, some knights escaped and established cells throughout the world. These cells have been meeting at regular intervals in distinct places to pass on information about the Grail.

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Ultimately, these cells will reunite to rediscover the Grail's location and achieve world domination. According to Ardenti's calculations, the Templars should have taken over the world in ; evidently the plan has been interrupted. Ardenti mysteriously vanishes after meeting with Belbo and Casaubon to discuss his book.

A police inspector, De Angelis, interviews both men. He hints that his job as a political department investigator leads him to investigate not only revolutionaries but also people who claim to be linked to the Occult.

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Casaubon has a romance with a Brazilian woman named Amparo. He leaves Italy to follow her and spends a few years in Brazil. While in Brazil, Casaubon receives a letter from Belbo about attending a meeting of occultists.

At the meeting Belbo was reminded of the Colonel's conspiracy theory by the words of a young woman who was apparently in a trance. Casaubon and Amparo also attend an occult event in Brazil, an Umbanda rite.

During the ritual Amparo falls into a trance herself, an experience she finds deeply disturbing and embarrassing, as she is Marxist by ideology and as such disbelieves and shuns spiritual and religious experiences. Her relationship with Casaubon falls apart, and he returns to Italy. On his return to Milan, Casaubon begins working as a freelance researcher. At the library he meets a woman named Lia; the two fall in love and eventually have a child together.

Meanwhile, Casaubon is hired by Belbo's boss, Mr. Garamond his name refers to French publisher Claude Garamond , to research illustrations for a history of metals the company is preparing. Casaubon learns that as well as the respectable Garamond publishing house, Mr.

Garamond also owns Manuzio, a vanity publisher that charges incompetent authors large sums of money to print their work rendered "Manutius" in the English translation, a reference to the 15th century printer Aldus Manutius. Garamond soon has the idea to begin two lines of occult books: one intended for serious publication by Garamond; the other, Isis Unveiled a reference to the theosophical text by Blavatsky , to be published by Manutius in order to attract more vanity authors.

Belbo, Diotallevi and Casaubon quickly become submerged in occult manuscripts that draw all sorts of flimsy connections between historical events. The three editors start to develop their own conspiracy theory, "The Plan", as part satire and part intellectual game. Starting from Ardenti's "secret manuscript", they develop an intricate web of mystical connections.

They also make use of Belbo's small personal computer, which he has nicknamed Abulafia. Belbo mainly uses Abulafia for his personal writings the novel contains many excerpts of these, discovered by Casaubon as he goes through Abulafia's files , but it came equipped with a small program that can rearrange text at random.

They use this program to create the "connections" which inspire their Plan. They enter randomly selected words from the Diabolicals' manuscripts, logical operators "What follows is not true", "If", "Then", etc.

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Their first attempt ends up recreating after a liberal interpretation of the results the Mary Magdalene conspiracy theory central to The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail.

Casaubon jokingly suggests that to create something truly new Belbo must look for occult connections in non-obvious contexts, such as by linking the Kabbalah to a car's spark plugs.

Belbo actually does this, and after some research concludes that the powertrain is a metaphor for the Tree of life. Pleased with the results of the random text program, the three continue resorting to Abulafia whenever they reach a dead-end with their game. The original Knights Templar organization is destroyed after the execution of Jacques de Molay , but the members split into independent cells located in several corners of Europe and the Middle East.

As in Ardenti's original theory, each cell is given part of the Templar "Plan" and information about the secret discovery. They are to meet periodically at different locations to share sections of the Plan, gradually reconstructing the original.

Then they will reunite and take over the world using the power of the telluric currents to reshape the world as they see fit. The crucial instruments involved in their plan are a special map and the Foucault pendulum , which is used to show the location of the focal point of the world's currents. While the Plan is far-fetched, the editors become increasingly involved in their game.

They even begin to think that there might really be a secret conspiracy after all. Ardenti's disappearance, and his original "coded manuscript", seem to have no other explanation. However, when Casaubon's girlfriend Lia asks to see the coded manuscript, she comes up with a mundane interpretation.

She suggests that the document using the context of the language at the time and the significance of roses in the city where the document was found is simply a delivery list of bunches of roses. She encourages Casaubon to abandon the game as she fears it is having a negative effect on him, and that their Plan is "a bad joke" that too many people will believe in.

When Diotallevi is diagnosed with cancer, he attributes this to his participation in The Plan. He feels that the disease is a divine punishment for involving himself in mysteries he should have left alone and creating a game that mocked something larger than them all. Belbo meanwhile retreats even farther into the Plan to avoid confronting problems in his personal life.

Their list includes historic organizations such as the Templars , Rosicrucians , Paulicians and Synarchists , but they also invent a fictional secret society called the Tres Templi Resurgentes Equites Synarchici, Latin for "the Risen again Synarchic Knights of the Temple". Upon reading the list, he claims not to have heard of the Tres before. The word was first mentioned to Casaubon by the policeman De Angelis. De Angelis had asked Casaubon if he has ever heard of the Tres.

He also claims to be in possession of the secret Templar map. He frames Belbo as a terrorist suspect in order to force him to come to Paris. Garamond, Colonel Ardenti and many of the Diabolical authors. Belbo tries to get help from De Angelis, but he has just transferred to Sardinia after an attempted car bombing, and refuses to get involved.And t hat must have been t he case, at l east i n t he upper r ooms, because I hear d no one el se pass by, onl y di st ant voi ces and an occasi onal l ouder sound, per haps of door s cl osi ng.

Como se hace una tesis, Barcelona: Gedisa, On his return to Milan, Casaubon begins working as a freelance researcher. My God, I don' t know what t o do. I put ever yt hi ng t her e t hese l ast f ew days, i ncl udi ng al l t hat happened t hi s mont h.

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