Against the World








Contra Mundum by [Weishaupt, Adam] 

Contra Mundum

"I'm plotting revolution against this lie that the majority has a monopoly of the truth. What are these truths that always bring the majority rallying round? Truths so elderly they are practically senile. And when a truth is as old as that, gentlemen, you can hardly tell it from a lie." - Dr Stockmann (in Henrik Ibsen's play "An Enemy of the People")

Contra Mundum is a handbook for all those who think there is something fundamentally wrong with the world. The ancient Gnostics claimed that the world was actually created and ruled by the Devil (the Demiurge), hence why everything is so hideous, unfair and horrific.

Modern Gnostics (Illuminists) assert that the problem with the world is that it's ruled by the forces of unreason rather than reason, by Mythos rather than Logos, by silly story-based religions rather than mathematics, philosophy and science.

People are in thrall to their feelings, senses and mystical intuitions, and regard reason and logic as "unreal", "abstract", and boring. Everywhere, rationalism is under assault. Empiricism and relativism are all-conquering.

Science is useless without mathematics (rationalism), yet proclaims itself the quintessence of empiricism. It claims to be in the business of explaining the universe, but cannot explain what mathematics is ontologically, and why an empirical subject is worthless without the quintessential rationalist subject (mathematics).

Science is all about experiments, but would achieve nothing without mathematics, which doesn't use experiments at all. Not a single scientist in history has addressed this fundamental contradiction. Remove math from science and you go back to Aristotelianism, alchemy and divination. Why is it mathematical non-empiricism that uniquely elevates an empirical subject such as science into something useful?

This book also addresses the new irrationalist religions that have appeared of late ... such as Discordianism, the gospel of relativism and subjectivism, much-favoured by internet trolls seeking to sow discord wherever they go.

The world is in a mess, but it can certainly be fixed ... via reason. Reason, however, is that against which the world has turned its face. Reason is contra mundum, and so are all rational and logical people. They are having to endure a madhouse where reason and logic are despised.

Humanity refuses to be cured. It loves madness too much. No sane person would be anything other than contra mundum.


 The Triune Brain, Hypnosis and the Evolution of Consciousness by [Weishaupt, Adam]

The Triune Brain, Hypnosis and the Evolution of Consciousness

The only person who has produced a cogent understanding of the extraordinary phenomenon of hypnosis is Julian Jaynes, one of the most important figures of the twentieth century, yet tragically overlooked.

Jaynes linked hypnosis to the bicameral (two-hemisphered) structure of the brain, and inferred that consciousness arose from a prior "master-slave" mode of functioning that he called the "bicameral mind".

Language is intrinsic to consciousness, and the first arena where language appeared was perhaps not between human beings but between the two hemispheres of the brain. It is more or less the case that the human unconscious is located in the predominantly silent right hemisphere of the brain while consciousness resides in the left brain where language and logic capabilities are located.

According to Jaynes, the hemispheres of the human brain have switched sides in terms of their relative dominance. In the past, the right hemisphere dominated the left and the human mind was bicameral rather than conscious. The unconscious right brain gave orders to the equally unconscious left brain. The right brain used auditory and visual hallucinations - of the type that are now familiar to us as dreams - to communicate with the left. Except the left brain did not regard them as dreams but as reality. After all, how would it know any better? It had no non-dream world of consciousness with which to compare and contrast.

All of humanity once existed in a permanent dream-state in a dream-world populated by spirits, monsters and gods!

The architecture of consciousness is the opposite of the architecture of bicameralism. The former hasn't replaced the latter. It simply sits on top of it, and in certain circumstances the old architecture can reassert itself. This is what happens with hypnosis.

All of human behavior may be understood in terms of the ongoing conflict between these two architectures. Although most people seem conscious, they are often in a thinly-disguised bicameral mode that reflects the master-slave paradigm.

Consciousness evolved in line with increasingly sophisticated language and logic skills. The corollary is that the smartest people in society - those with the best language and logic skills - are radically more conscious than stupid people. Those people who subscribe to ancient bicameral religions such as Judaism, Christianity and Islam remain locked in an earlier mode of mental evolution. Too put it bluntly, they are retarded.

The human race will not fulfill its potential until it sweeps aside bicameralism. It's time for humanity to become truly conscious. And then we will realize the profoundest truth of all - that we need no Gods because we ourselves can become God.

This book also explores Paul MacLean's theory of the "triune brain", and David Riesman's famous categories of the other-directed, inner-directed, tradition-directed and autonomous. Discover why Western intervention in Islamic nations is always sure to end in failure.

Do not read this book if you are an Abrahamist. This book is only for rational, intelligent, open-minded people.

This book is one of a series by the Pythagorean Illuminati, the oldest secret society in the world. The religion of the Illuminati is called Illumination and belongs to the Gnostic tradition of enlightenment. It is opposed to religions of faith.