Sighting the Soul

Sighting the Soul


Brother Quantificus

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Shakespir Edition


Souls and soul events are everywhere. From flashes of light which can be parts of souls projected onto the physical world to so-called “glitch in the matrix” experiences, every day, strange and mysterious events are happening. Some people have psychic “gifts” that allow them to briefly see what’s happening somewhere else or otherwise develop strong mental connections to certain people, often family.

Everyone has a mental connection to everyone else they know, and sometimes even to strangers. In particularly fortunate people, these connections can be very strong, allowing partially unconscious mental communication. The world of the psychic is alien to many people because most people have not experienced it. Most don’t have the “gift.”

The word psychic also has many stereotypes that obscure the real nature of what is going on. Psychic connections aren’t “mystical.” Most people’s strongest mental connections are with their parents. This can also provide what is sometimes called a “mother’s intuition.” Some people might get flashes of information they wouldn’t be able to know about externally, such as knowing what the interior of a hospital looks like despite not ever being there.

The Madness Fallacy

It’s time to shoot a misconception down that almost everyone has. It is that people who hear voices or see things that aren’t there are “mad” or “insane.” Just because you saw something that wasn’t there doesn’t mean you’re mad. True, some insane people hear voices and hallucinate, but being mentally ill isn’t necessarily the case.

Lots of sane people see things they don’t understand or hear imaginary voices. Put it this way: your experiences in the physical world are mental experiences, because your senses pass information to your mind. Having hallucinations is simply having mental experiences that aren’t linked to the physical world. What, exactly, is wrong with that?

Having such experiences can save your life. Some people can have mental glimpses moments into the future, such as a car that is about to round a corner and drive into your path. (However, this is not actually precognition – telling the future, it’s simply the mind predicting what is going to happen.)

Don’t assume someone is crazy because they tell you they saw a vision. The myth that only insane people do this is likely born out of fear of what is uncommon. When someone tells you they have their own religion, do you think they’re crazy? Or do you think that they’re creative and, perhaps, may have grasped the truth of existence? Having your own religion is just as “crazy” if not less so than subscribing to a mainstream religion.

People have unusual mental experiences all the time and are afraid to tell anybody for fear of being thought insane. How about we make these people more comfortable and not give them fear of ostracism?

When the ostracism of these people is really examined, you see that it really makes no sense, and those who call psychic people insane really don’t know what they’re talking about. For many years there has been a fear of the strange and the mystical. But if people actually knew of these matters rather than presuming to know, they might see that there is nothing to fear from the strange and mysterious.

The unconscious is a dark place only because it is not conscious. During our everyday encounters with other people, we have no idea what our unconscious might be doing. It is, of course, natural to fear that which we don’t have control over, especially if that thing is within our very minds. However, as I mentioned before, the unconscious can save your life.

In fact, here’s a contradiction to that – we have control over our unconscious (because it is us). The difference between that and our consciousness is that we don’t have conscious control over it. The unconscious knows everything it is possible to know. And that’s no exaggeration. It literally knows everything. It knows which exact song is playing from every exact radio, phone, computer and speaker on earth. It knows exactly where every car is, who is in that car, and the license plates of every single car that exists. It knows what all of your friends are doing at this very moment. It knows everything that has ever happened.

I realize that seems like an absurd assertion, but it’s true. The unconscious even knows what the nearest planet is that harbors life. Someone who could tap into this vast knowledge would have superior mental power, and in fact, there are people on earth that do have at least some access to this unconscious; you just never hear about them. They might appear to be ordinary people, yet have the ability to read minds. You might come into contact with one of these people without knowing who they are.

At certain exceptional times, this vast unconscious can be accessed by ordinary people, allowing them to know things they couldn’t know otherwise.

There are two areas of the unconscious (for ordinary people) – the personal unconscious and the collective unconscious. The collective unconscious is what allows some minds to access other minds and communicate with them. The personal unconscious is parts of your mind that have not yet been brought to consciousness. This is a very “mystical” area of discussion, but there is a rational framework that can explain it (Such a framework will not be presented in this book, since it would take way too much space – it would need an entire series on its own).

The supernatural is plastered over the face of the world. It speaks to the mental and spontaneous nature of the supernatural that it cannot be reliably produced in a laboratory and cannot be reliably studied. This book will focus mainly on the nature of the soul and the psychic, but in a rational way. You won’t find any talk of auras or energies here. If you prefer empirical discussion, don’t read this book, because it won’t be to your taste (although if you are an empiricist and you deliberately picked a book about the soul, you might want to ridicule it. You won’t find such easily ridiculed material here). If, however, you are fascinated by the idea of the soul and the paranormal and are interested in how they might be rationally explained, this is for you.


“Choose rather to be strong of soul than strong of body.”


“Don’t gain the world and lose your soul”

Bob Marley

“Freedom is the oxygen of the soul.”

Moshe Dayan

“Ordinary riches can be stolen; real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you.”

Oscar Wilde


Some say that animals can see spirits and can sense the paranormal more acutely than humans can. Animals are more perceptive when it comes to unconscious phenomena, and so are children. It has to do with one of the central axes of mental development: consciousness. Most people think of consciousness like a switch – someone is either conscious or they are not. If someone has passed out, they have lost consciousness.

But this is the wrong way to characterize consciousness. Instead, think of a gradient. Humans have acquired language and, over many centuries became what we would today consider conscious. Humans have the ability to reflect and remember in detail events of the past. Animals and very young children, however, are not properly conscious in the sense that we are. They live in the moment and act on physical and mental instinct. Children have more brain potential than an animal, and so through interaction with older humans they become conscious; they acquire a language, they grow up, they gain the ability of self-consciousness, and so on.

This brings a person further away from the unconscious. But young children and animals carry a type of intuitive ability that is lost on most grown up people. Most mental activity goes on where we are not conscious, so we don’t always see it. However, young children and animals can carry out their behaviors according to some of this activity, and thus they may begin to act strange, staring at one spot in the room or out of a window, or spontaneously expressing signs of discomfort or fear (in a child’s case, crying).

Paranormal things are unconscious phenomena. Most people are oblivious to them. Consciousness, in a way, gives us many advantages, but pulls us away from the supernatural and the spiritual. Meditation is all about lowering consciousness for an amount of time and processing out one’s surroundings so that one can look inside oneself.

So we may be conscious when we’re grown up but we aren’t born this way. This is one of the reasons why you don’t form memories when you’re a baby (and also because your brain is still developing, but this is practically the same reason). Consciousness is gained via interaction with other people; namely, your parents (or whoever gives you your upbringing).

The reason why the first few years of a person’s life are so vital is because their identity is being created. This is why it should be absolutely forbidden to teach a child any religion – because once you do that, the religion becomes part of the child’s identity and is extremely difficult to remove. Have you tried seeking a new identity before? If you have, you know that it is extremely difficult to abandon your previous identity.


Some people are surprised by the judgemental attitude the Illuminati take towards the world. They expect the enlightenment of its members to be greatly evident and don’t expect the negativity that fills the Illuminati’s world just as much as the positivity. Little do these people consider that if the Illuminati are judgemental towards everyone else, perhaps it’s because the world has sat in judgement on us.

Imagine for a moment that conspiracy theorists all over the world were claiming you or a group you were a part of were plotting to take over the world. Your reputation is ruined. You cannot go anywhere on the internet without seeing more and more absurd claims about your “plans”. They post videos with “MUST WATCH” in the title, making predictions about what you will do next to try and enslave humanity and be wrong time and time again. Such is the power of your enemies and the propaganda that you have to live in a fearful, secret, reserved way.

I guarantee you, you wouldn’t have compassion for those people, and you would be very judgemental towards those people. You would get sick and tired of seeing the absurdities espoused by people who don’t know what they’re talking about. You would get exasperated at your group’s name becoming associated with conspiracy theories, so that whenever you mentioned it, you had to write long paragraphs explaining the truth. You would get tired of it all.

How would you feel? You wouldn’t say, “Oh, well, I know the truth so it doesn’t matter what other people say.” It does matter, especially in the case of the Illuminati, who are doing everything they can to help humanity. Despite people being hostile to us, we are still trying to help.

You can have people think you’re a wise person and never stick up for yourself, or you can have people think you’re a cunt that knows nothing of enlightenment (probably because those people applying those stereotypes know nothing of enlightenment either). Perhaps people should tell Abrahamists to stop being so judgemental. Everyone who has ever opposed the Illuminati is irrational and in need of help. We offer that help, despite continuous attacks on our name. Even the Demiurge, the most deluded creature in existence needs help, despite what he’s done to the cosmos.

You can say what you want about the Illuminati, but all we are doing is playing our part in the dialectic, and time will tell the result of our efforts. Of course, those who attack us can never refute anything we say; they just mindlessly throw accusations and insults. Abrahamists think we’re going to hell; conspiracy theorists think we’re liars; people who consider themselves above us think we’re too judgemental and lack humility, and the list goes on.

None of these people actually grasp the Illuminati. They don’t “get it,” they don’t understand.

Abrahamists call us sinners, yet they are the greatest sinners of all. They don’t know anything about God, souls or the afterlife, but are under the foolish delusion that they do. They think they’re going to be resurrected, despite no evidence to suggest so. They live in the past and have really no idea what it is to be an actual person in the twenty-first century. Christians believe that God created the earth in six days and rested on the seventh, rather than that the earth formed from dust and rock over millions of years, which is clearly the correct explanation! How mentally impaired would you have to be to believe that?

Conspiracy theories act like they really know something, that they are seekers of the truth (!), but they are nothing but liars who just want your money. They are misguided fools who believe conspiracy theories with religious conviction. They talk about the Illuminati as though they actually have a clue what they’re saying. They don’t. They are so gullible, you could be forgiven for thinking they are people from four thousand years ago who accidentally time-traveled into the present. They are laughable, but not one Illuminatus is laughing because they ultimately further irrationality and pathetic lies which have gripped humanity for so long.

Don’t openly denounce the Illuminati for not having compassion. YOU wouldn’t be very happy in our position, knowing what we know, so don’t behave as if you would. We can laugh at Abrahamic religions for their absurdity, but the truth is that it isn’t very funny when you consider that billions of people actually believe them instead of science and mathematics.

Humanity needs to grow up and stop living in the past. It needs to “get with the program.” Otherwise, it is doomed. If you can’t see that, you’re blind, disconnected and alienated.

We have in our possession the power of the True God – reason. And reason cannot be overcome. We are people of reason, not compassion and morality. Those are subjective and emotional things, and they have little relevance to us. The light of reason will burn through the darkness of ignorance. That ignorance is caused, in part, by humanity’s obsession with absolute good and love.

You can’t understand the Illuminati if you don’t understand reason. Don’t expect us to behave compassionately to one and all. After all, if humanity started demonizing you, you would lose trust in it and you certainly wouldn’t start acting as though it never happened. I don’t mention the Illuminati more often for a reason; it attracts endless clueless people who won’t understand a word.

Do you think for a moment that God actually created the earth in six days? What is your evidence for such a claim? How can you prove it? What scientific methods will you invoke to do so? What mathematics and reason can you utilize to convince the world that God did indeed create the earth in six days? Oh, wait … you don’t actually need to do that, do you? – because billions of people believe it anyway. Do you see how mentally impaired humanity is? In this century, without any evidence for the argument and all the evidence against it, people remain convinced that God created the earth in the amount of time it takes for one single week to pass despite all evidence to the contrary.

How could you approach Abrahamism from the view of this century and not be judgemental, skeptical and downright amazed? Religion is meaningless if it does not have a rational basis. There is a certain place to be mystical, not while you’re figuring out how existence is. A proper explanation of existence can only come from a rational, open mind, not an irrational, closed one.

Here’s why love is not something that the Illuminati advocate:

The Illuminati are people of reason. However, there’s a more convincing case for why love isn’t the wonderful thing so many people claim it is. Only reason can unite the world. Here’s why.

Let’s take the main unit of society – the family. This is a small group of people to whom you are more closely related than the rest of humanity (because in fact, all of humanity is related. I know, right! How repulsive to think that you’re related to a suicide bomber or a raving conspiracy theorist). Your immediate family consists of your siblings, your parents, your spouse and your children. Your extended family includes people like aunts and uncles, grandparents, grandchildren, cousins, etc.

You love these people. Your family are always your best friends. You would give your life to save these people. They are your life. However, would you give your life to save a stranger? No, because you don’t love a stranger.

Love is a relationship in which each member places infinite significance on all other members. But, inevitably, people who aren’t part of that relationship receive much less significance, next to zero for many people. In comparison to people you love, strangers mean nothing to you. Do you give a shit that right now, someone is probably getting raped somewhere in the world? Of course you don’t, but if someone you knew got raped, it would be a very different story, wouldn’t it?

If I were to point out to you a random person on the street and ask you what that person meant to you, what do you think you would say? You would probably either not know what to say, or you would say, “nothing.”

Exactly. A rational person might say, “that person does not mean much to me personally, but I know that that person is just as important a member of humanity as I am. I also know that that person has their own merits to offer, and so I may conclude that they are a valuable person. I may not have a personal relationship with that person, but I nevertheless acknowledge their importance, just as every human being is important.”

So if you were to point out a stranger and ask a rational person if they would give their life for that stranger, your answer would be yes, because rational people place significance on equality of everyone, not on love or emotions.

The thing about emotions is that they’re personal. They are subjective and specific to the person feeling them. No one ever gets angry if they personally don’t see anything to get angry about. But another person may very well see something to get angry about. From one perspective, the world’s ills are insignificant, and from another they are. Now, this is not to say that emotions are intrinsically bad, but that the significance people assign to them is what causes problem after problem.

Reason is what unites us. It is impersonal. What is rational for one person is rational for all. This means that if you had a completely rational person and you yourself were completely rational, you would be able to accurately predict what decisions they would make, because your reason would be the same as theirs. (Although such a person doesn’t really exist.)

THAT is what humanity should be focusing on, not love or compassion.

In one of my earlier books, I said (in simple terms) respect everyone. I stand by that. Respect is not the same thing as compassion or love. When you respect everyone around you as an equal human being (or soul, whatever you want to call them), you begin to realize that they are not as separate from you as you would have liked to think.

When you see that all souls are equal, you treat them with respect, since you wouldn’t disrespect yourself (hopefully). Equality and reason will light the way forward, not love and compassion. There is only one rational way the world can be ran, but a million emotional ways.

The moment you place your love for a group of others in a place of significance, you place everyone else at a place of insignificance. Instead focus on the equality of EVERYONE, not just a certain subset of a subset of a subset of everyone.


So, now you can see that love causes division, a state of “us and them.” Division is the primary source of conflict. When you become part of a group, you exclude yourself from the outside of that group, and so you will naturally begin to conflict with those who are not part of your group. That’s why humanity should be one nation, one language.

The New World Order is a concept that so many people fatally misunderstand, yet if these people used their reason, they would arrive at the correct meaning. For conspiracy theorists, the Illuminati’s New World Order is their plan for world domination and the enslavement of mankind. For the Illuminati, it is the opposite: the crippling of those who seek world domination and the freedom of mankind.

To oppose a New World Order implies that either you are content with the Current World Order or that you do not like the scheme the New World Order will bring. Who would be satisfied with the way things currently are? You’d have to be a very alienated person indeed to think that the current state of the world is the way things are supposed to be.

Conspiracy theorists know nothing of the New World Order. They do not grasp that it is all about setting aside the mistakes of the past and beginning again, this time getting it right. They don’t understand that it is all about freeing humanity from the current rulers and acquiring new ones. They can’t bring themselves to accept that it is about reshaping the world according to reason and merit rather than the current values of money, profit and dynasty.

You’d have to have been living in a cave for your entire life to not know that there is something wrong with the world, and this is exactly where the Illuminati’s message begins. Most people who think there is something wrong with the world are intuitive and they simply know it – no one has to tell them, they intuit it, and they often look for the answer as to exactly what it is that is so wrong for quite a while, sometimes even years.

Why do we live in countries? Why is the family the primary unit of society? Why is the world filled with war? Why does humanity have such a bloody history? Because humanity followed the Devil and not God.

A huge reason for why the world is the way it is today is the confusion as to who is God and who is the Devil. You might wonder how such confusion could ever arise, since God and the Devil are practically opposites. The answer lies in the fact that the Devil is the Prime Deceiver, the Father of Lies. The Devil has had no trouble in convincing many that he is God. How many people have been swayed by this lie? Billions. Billions of people believe that the Devil is God.

He has many names: the Demiurge, Rex Mundi (king of the world), Satan, the Devil, the Lord of the Flies, Jehovah, Allah, Yahweh, the Prince of Darkness, the Creator … they are all the same being. If you cannot see that, you know nothing of God or the Devil.

Never forget the tale of Abraham:

God orders Abraham, as a test of his faith, to make human sacrifice of his innocent son whom he supposedly loves, Isaac. But surely Abraham refused, right? You must be joking. Of course he didn’t refuse, he did not even question this command and prepared to kill his son at once – because that’s what any sane, rational person would do, isn’t it? (Sarcasm intended if I didn’t make it clear enough.)

All Abrahamic religions revere this man – Abraham – as their patriarch. Yes – because he was willing to butcher his own son with nary a second thought, he is a good person, apparently! That’s not twisted logic, is it? Never forget this perverted tale. It perfectly encapsulates the madness of the Abrahamic religions and the duplicity of their god.

Furthermore, if any Abrahamist hears a voice in their head ordering them to kill, and they interpret that voice as God, then they must kill whoever the voice commands. There’s no question about it. Abrahamists are dangerous people because of what they believe. If you think this is far-fetched, you need only read the tale of Abraham. It’s in the Old Testament – go and read it. There are websites online that give you the Bible in whichever version you desire. Go and read about Abraham, then tell me it’s far-fetched.

See, Abraham was an example. Abraham’s behavior is expected of any adherent of any Abrahamic religion. That’s what you sign up for when you become an Abrahamist – you admit that you would do the same were you in Abraham’s position. So, would YOU prepare to slit the throat of one of your family members if “God” ordered it, without so much as a second thought?

If your answer is no, you reject Abraham and his god, thus you are not an Abrahamist and one of the only sane people on this earth. If your answer is yes, you are potentially a very dangerous person, and you need mental help. You’re either one or the other. You cannot simultaneously accept Abraham while not being prepared to do what he did.

The Illuminati reject Abraham and rightly denounce him as a psychopath and would-be child killer. (Abraham didn’t actually end up killing his son because “God” told him not to in the end, but that’s not the point – he was still prepared to do it without once questioning the monstrous order “God” gave him.) Any person at all who is a member of an Abrahamic religion accepts this psychopath and makes the statement that they would do the exact same thing – prepare to slice their own son’s throat with a knife – if they were in Abraham’s position. Is that not the sickest thing you’ve ever heard?

Is it not nauseating to know that you live in a world full of billions of mentally impaired psychopaths who would kill anyone and everyone at the command of a Torture God? This is not an exaggeration (well, perhaps a little). It’s literally what all Abrahamists would do. If they wouldn’t, they’re not Abrahamists.

So you can either accept or reject Abraham. If you reject him, then you prove yourself a person with at least a shred of decency and respect for fellow human beings. If you accept him, you are an Abrahamist and a cancer on this world. You are the lowest kind of fool there is. You need help.

What have the Abrahamic religions ever done for humanity? Throw billions into false hope? That’s some great achievement!

Science, mathematics and engineering have gotten humans into space and onto the moon; they have made advances in medicine, allowing people with deadly conditions and diseases and trauma to be treated; they have allowed us to discover the secrets of the universe and create useful technologies that have transformed the world, like the internet, televisions, DVD players, remote controls (because people can’t be bothered to get up and walk across a tiny room to control something manually), microwaves, communication devices such as mobile phones, many inventions that facilitate construction, design and manufacture, and countless other things that have transformed life on earth.

Abrahamism, meanwhile, has done nothing close to that and continues to offer what it has always offered: twisted tales and out-of-date theology – as if that’s going to get humans to Mars. The Abrahamic religions have been nothing but a cause of evil, division, war and needless spilling of blood.

The True God would never, ever countenance giving an order to a father to murder his son under any circumstances. How could anyone delude themselves that any god would?

This “God” of Abrahamism is clearly the Devil, the Demiurge, an evil entity. The Demiurge is a master psychologist. He knows how to manipulate those who are not well prepared. Is it any surprise that these insane religions have gripped the world?

People are under the delusion that what is held in popular opinion must be right. On the contrary, that which is held in popular opinion is almost always false. People have no idea what it takes to discover the truth in a world of lies and deceit.

Friedrich Nietzsche called for a revaluation of all values, and humanity has never been in greater need of that.


The universe is a tide of souls, flowing and ebbing, leaving and returning. To detect the soul we need no instrument. Many have looked for proof of the soul over the many centuries, but they were all oblivious to the proof that was right under their noses.

Science will never discover the soul. Here I will explain why.

Science’s model of the universe is a materialistic one. Scientists regularly scoff at the idea of the soul. They only accept what is reproducible and observable. They don’t bother themselves about what they can’t physically see.

But science will never discover the answer to everything. In order to explain how life arises, scientists will have to use a purely physical explanation, and they will have to use this to explain evolution, consciousness, life, mind and the paranormal. It’s an impossible feat.

This is the old philosophical opposition between empiricism and rationalism. Empiricism is a philosophical ideology that science uses while claiming that philosophy is dead. Neat! Empiricism states that all knowledge comes from experience and the senses. Scientists are philosophically illiterate. On the one hand, they seem to only accept knowledge if it came from a study or an experiment, and on the other hand, they accept mathematics. Mathematics is not empirical knowledge. It does not come from experience because humans don’t directly experience mathematics.

Rationalism states that there is knowledge that we can know without needing any experience at all, e.g. 1 + 1 = 2. You don’t have to go and ask every mathematician on earth to know that’s true. It is something we know a priori (Latin meaning from the earlier). Knowledge we gain from experiences are things we know a posteriori (Latin meaning from the latter).

So science seems to be a quasi-empiricist/rationalist, materialist mess that can’t make its mind up. If science accepts mathematics then it accepts that there is a priori knowledge – knowledge you can gain without needing to perform experiments at all, and therefore also admits that the truth of existence does not necessarily lie in things we can observe or see or detect. If science does not accept mathematics, it admits it has been using a false system to account for the universe – but this is demonstrably incorrect.

Science uses and accepts mathematics, but doesn’t seem to see the true power it has. Science has barely scratched the surface of what it can do. So, science, at the present time, denies that anything non-physical exists. In doing so, they place themselves in a difficult position.

The only way to even get close to explaining life in a physicalist universe is to say that all atoms contain life to some extent. Because if they don’t, life is impossible. How could life arise from lifeless atoms just because they were put in a vaguely proper arrangement? Why does the brain generate life, but not a rock or a plank of wood?

Even if we assume that all atoms have life in them, which might explain how greater life such as humans arises, we would still have a whole host of other issues. How is life “stored” in the atom? Is it conscious? Can it make decisions? How exactly does the atom cause consciousness? What even is consciousness? Why does the life in individual atoms express itself more greatly when it comes into arrangements like animals or humans but not when it comes into arrangements like houses or desks? Why do we have a subjective consciousness rather than an objective one? Where does subjectivity come from? Did it just always exist? How can a structure as small as the brain account for free will and all of the memories and thoughts and processes going on inside a mind? Does free will exist?

These questions are unanswerable.


Faust is widely regarded as a tale of selling your soul to the devil. And it is, but describing it as selling your soul misses the proper meaning of it, which is much deeper and richer than simply selling your soul to the devil. Faust was written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, a Grand Master of the Illuminati. It is a tragic play that tells the story of Faust, a scholar obsessed with learning the secrets of existence.

Here is a very brief summary of its contents:

The Devil (known as Mephistopheles in the story) challenges God. He declares that he can win Faust’s soul. The God accepts and gives Mephistopheles permission to tempt Faust.

Mephistopheles appears as a black dog and follows Faust home. Faust uses magic to make Mephistopheles take on his true form – a scholar. Mephistopheles makes an offer to Faust, that in return for Faust’s soul Mephistopheles will give him the secrets of creation, and that Mephistopheles will act as Faust’s servant on earth but Faust will act as Mephistopheles’ servant in hell if Mephistopheles wins. Faust agrees, but on one condition: he must experience a pleasure so exquisite he will want it to last forever. Mephistopheles agrees to this and Faust signs the contract in blood.

Mephistopheles, after visiting a tavern, gives back Faust his youth. Faust seduces a woman called Gretchen. He makes her pregnant, then leaves her to go in search of other pleasures of the world. He ends up in a duel with Gretchen’s brother, whom Faust kills. As Faust is traveling the country, he has a vision that Gretchen has been imprisoned. She has drowned her newborn baby because she thought it was evil, and then is consumed by guilt. Faust arrives at her cell where she awaits execution and offers to free her, but she refuses to leave, knowing that she must pay for her crime. As she is hanged, a voice announces that she has been redeemed.

Later, when Faust is back home, he learns that his assistant Wagner has created a small artificial man, a homunculus. This homunculus desires to be completely human. It hurls itself into the sea, hoping to evolve just as primordial life forms did.

Faust travels in time, meeting Helen of Troy. He seduces her and they have a son, Euphorion, who can walk and talk from the moment he is born. He thinks he can surpass the limitations of being human, but he ends up falling to his death.

While Faust grieves over the death of his son, Mephistopheles promises Faust one more experience, filled with absolute pleasure. But Faust no longer has any interest in ultimate pleasure. He creates a scheme to reclaim land from the sea and put it to good use for the people. Faust begins to die. He becomes blind and Mephistopheles orders spirits to dig a grave for Faust. But Faust thinks the sounds represent that his reclamation project is going forward and always will.

In that moment, he experiences sublime, absolute joy. He utters his last words and dies, aged 100. Mephistopheles believes he can now claim Faust’s soul. But God’s angels carry away Faust’s soul while Mephistopheles is distracted. God claims Faust’s soul because his ultimate pleasure wasn’t a moment of selfish joy, but a moment to realize that he would be helping other people.


So, you see, there is so much more to the tale of Faust than it’s common to realize. It isn’t a tale of someone who is prepared to make a pact with the devil to experience selfish pleasure; it’s a tale of someone who makes the mistake everyone makes – becoming too obsessed with the physical world. But Faust eventually triumphs over this obsession. Present in the story is the message that yes, physical pleasures can feel good, but they will always desert you and leave you wanting more. Also, the pleasure of helping others, of doing things for others’ benefit is a pleasure that vastly outshines all materialistic pleasures.

So Faust is a Gnostic tale of someone who falls to the lowest depth, but then rises up and is redeemed when he realizes the falsity of the Devil’s pleasures, when he realizes the joy of doing things to help other people. That is how people should think of Faust. At first, he is prepared to do anything to discover the secrets of existence, so desperate is he to learn what he doesn’t know. But later, he resigns himself to the fact that humanity will never know all of the ultimate secrets of existence.

Faust is a representation of the war between selfishness and altruism that goes on within every human being. There is always a part of you that cares only about your pleasure and not anyone else. But there is also always a part of you that cares only about other people. Balance between these two things is the most healthy way to live, because it is reckless to live life with a disregard for oneself and stupid to live life with a disregard for other people.

Existence is all about perfecting yourself, but you will never learn to do that unless you first learn to help perfect others.

The Holy Grail

The elusiveness of the Holy Grail is legendary. Many seekers have spent their lives over the Grail. But the Grail can never be possessed by the selfish. Many of those who sought the Grail did not seek to use it for the benefit of other people, but for the benefit of themselves.

The Holy Grail is an object that can deliver what the Gnostics called Gnosis – ultimate knowledge of everything, but only to a soul that is altruistic and worthy. We must all make the choice between what is altruistic and what is selfish, between what will help others and what will give us personal pleasure. Faust realized that choice before his death, and so did not surrender his soul to Mephistopheles, but was claimed by God instead. In reality, it’s the same thing. The True God and the Demiurge war over souls. Souls can overcome the Devil only if they are prepared to leave the world of petty physical pleasures and become altruistic.


The physical world is evil for a number of reasons. One of which is that it holds many pleasures, and in pursuit of these pleasures a soul becomes selfish, desiring it all for itself. You never seek a physical pleasure if it isn’t for yourself, if you don’t get to experience it (apart from a rare occurrence with rare people). Those who transcend the desire for such pleasures become altruistic – they turn their mind towards helping other people transcend the world of physical pleasures too.

If humans weren’t focused on worldly hedonistic experiences and things such as status, fame and power, the world would be an amazing place to live, because it would be full of people who seek to help each other. And isn’t that what we’re all supposed to be striving for?

The World of Thought

The world of the illuminated is not a world of physicalists or of rigidity. It is a world of ideas, of thoughts and of messages. It is a world of both abstractions and ontologies. It is not a world in which people are right and wrong; it is a world in which people are rational or irrational. They make sense or nonsense. The concepts of right and wrong don’t apply as concretely as you might expect.

The first thing you need to learn before entering this world is that nothing is necessarily right or wrong. However nonsensical that may seem, it’s the right thing to keep in mind.

Here, music has as much power as a gun. The power of music, however, tends to be more constructive than a gun. Music can also be a carrier wave, sending a message.

Here, ideas are weapons you can use against your enemies. Those who resist the ideas are those with a strong defense, but also risk being too closed as to reject something that might be truth.

Here, knowledge itself is power. Here, secrets can destroy and create in equal measure. Here, the world can be put into nothing more than words on a page, which can then be interpreted. Here, propaganda can get you far and can be your main weapon. Here, the road can take you as far as you wish to go.

Here, in the world of thought, you can learn the Truth of existence. Out there, in the rigid world of rigid objects and rigid systems, you can’t learn a thing. It is only on the divide between the physical and the mental that things can truly be learned. That is, in fact, one of the meanings of the pseudonym I chose for this work – Quantificus. The first half of it partially comes from the word quantum, and in science, quantum mechanics is the study of the very small.

The Theory of Everything

In science, a theory is a hypothesis, a description, that is considered fact (which is misusing the word, but oh, well). These theories can go on to discover “laws” of existence (which is another terribly misused word which presents an analogy rather than proper meaning).

When you are being told about these laws in a science class, you are just told that this is the way existence is. You are not given the why. You know why that is? Because scientists are terrible philosophers. They can tell you all about the universe (well, not really, but let’s pretend they can for the sake of argument), but they can’t give you a single reason why.

That is what the realm beyond science supplies – that’s what philosophy supplies. Foolish is anyone who claims philosophy is dead. Philosophies can give us reasons, they can give us ideas. They can allude to something we might never mathematically get to or intuit. They can explain the universe in our languages so they can be more universally understood than the mathematical language. Philosophy can also reach the places science can’t, such as things that can’t be observed.

If you want to learn the Truth you have to open your mind, but not too much. If you open your mind too much, you begin to believe impossible and silly things, and if you don’t open it enough you restrict yourself. Find that balance that allows you to see Truth. It’s not easy for many people to accept, but it is the only truth, whether you like it or not.

What do I mean by “Truth”? I’m talking, of course, about the answer to everything. The knowledge is out there (mostly in the possession of a particular secret society, and if you’ve been paying any attention you already know which one). Many people would die for such knowledge, but you will find your way to it when you are ready; perhaps in this life, perhaps in the next.

Most people are not ready for the Truth. They harbor inelegant delusions of love and kindness. D’you want some advice? Let it go … all the emotions, all the feelings, all the personal things you cherish, all the trivial things you engage in. Your feelings cannot tell you anything about the universe, and they never will. Most people consider their emotions of high importance. If they want to do that, fine. But they will never be able to accept the Truth. First, forget your feelings. Then, learn the truth. Then redevelop your emotions. This way you will learn to care about what actually matters.

The secret to the answer to everything lies in figuring out the true nature of the soul. The soul is the centerpiece of any religion that speaks the Truth, not God. The depth of the soul is the foundation stone of the universe.

There is and can be no such thing as a “theory of everything”, because theories cannot describe everything. Knowledge of everything is simply that – knowledge. It is not a theory or conjecture or hypothesis. The theory of everything is the Holy Grail of science, except it is unreachable. As long as science obsesses over materialism, it can never discover the answer to everything.

“Reason is immortal, all else mortal.” – Pythagoras

“The oldest, shortest words — “yes” and “no” — are those which require the most thought.” – Pythagoras

The soul is not some mystical object; it is mathematical and that means something many won’t like: so much for all those claims that love and the soul are inextricably tied. The soul is simultaneously everywhere and nowhere. If you want to go looking for the soul, here are some possible answers you can investigate:

p<>{color:#000;}. The entire universe might simply be a projection of something … but of what?

p<>{color:#000;}. The soul might exist in your body.

p<>{color:#000;}. The soul might not have anything to do with your body.

p<>{color:#000;}. The goal of life … it might be to evolve.

Here is a very simple refutation of one of those answers; you will have to refute or affirm the rest. And this refutation is so simple, you’ll wonder why no one seems to get it.

How can the soul exist inside your body? How can it assume a physical location if it’s not physical? How can it exist in the physical world at all? If it’s not physical and it only exists inside your body, what would limit it to be this way? If the soul could inhabit a physical space why not inhabit all of it? Why just tie itself down to one body?

What isn’t physical cannot exist in space since we define space as physical. Therefore, the soul must exist outside space. Imagine that logic!

“Ignorant men raise questions that wise men answered a thousand years ago.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Come on! Engage your brain! This is the simplest of simple logic. It really demonstrates humans’ propensity for lacking lateral thinking or any willingness to actually think logically or rationally that they cannot even perform this simple bit of logic. Let’s see it again:

What isn’t physical cannot exist in space since we define space as physical. Therefore, the soul must exist outside space.

Look at how simple it is. Just look! And if we take it further,

If the soul cannot exist in space then it cannot inhabit a body given that bodies must exist in space.

And how about we take it one step further? -

Therefore, the body and the soul must always be separate, distinct entities. One does not enter the other. From this it follows that the soul must have a means of controlling the body remotely.

How about that? Simple logic! When people go looking for the Truth, they think a little too hard about it. They expect it to be overcomplicated. Granted, the details do get very complex, but you’ll be surprised by how many questions can be resolved by simple reasoning.

Here I will provide a small Q&A section on the soul. It’s composed of questions people commonly ask about souls.

Q. How does the soul control the body?

A. What would you do if you wanted to control someone’s thoughts, what organ would you aim at? The brain, of course. The soul sends mathematical signals to the brain and the brain to the soul. It’s a bidirectional communication “channel” through which the soul (the mind) communicates with the brain and uses it to control the body. The soul knows exactly what signals to send, exactly how to control the brain. Most of this control is unconscious, but some of it is conscious, and that is how you consciously perform actions. As for communications the other way, the brain sends everything it interprets (i.e., what you see, feel, hear etc.) to the soul, which the soul then experiences subjectively. No evidence of this soul-brain connection has been found, but would you really expect to find it? The method of connection between entangled particles has not been discovered either. It is exactly this method of communication that the soul employs. It is instantaneous.

What this means is that you can see what’s “here”, i.e. at your body’s physical location right now, you can see these words on your screen, but you’re not actually there. You are somewhere else (nowhere), experiencing mathematical communications that you are receiving from your brain. Strange to think about?

Since these “channels” are not completely closed, other minds can “tune in” and see what we are seeing, as well as know all the things we are physically doing. This is one of the foundations of what we call psychics. A strong enough mind can interrupt this “channel” and even send their own signals to control your body.

Q. Do animals and plants have souls?

A. All life forms have souls, and each soul is equal in nature to every other, but not equal in content, and this is what makes us truly different from someone else – the contents of our mind.

Q. Did God create souls?

A. No. All souls are eternal. They are made out of the most fundamental substance – energy. Thus, the law of the conservation of energy applies to souls: energy can be neither created nor destroyed; only transformed. They are as old as existence itself. They exist outside of time, however, so asking how old souls are is not a valid question. But if we had to pick an answer it would be that all souls are an infinite number of years old. They have always existed and will always exist, which means, of course, that you have always existed and will always exist. No god has the power to destroy a soul. Not all the power in existence could do that. Souls are uncreated entities; they have no beginning and no end.

Q. Can you lose a part of your soul?

A. No. The soul is whole and must be so. It cannot be split, separated, or otherwise part company with any of its contents. It is complete and consistent throughout the entirety of its being.

Q. How many souls are there?

A. Infinity.

Q. Does the soul exist after death?

A. Yes.

Q. What does the soul look like?

A. Nothing. It exists outside space and time and thus has no appearance.

Q. What does the soul weigh?

A. Zero in every unit of weight measurement.

And, of course, the most basic question:

Q. What is a soul?

A. A soul is an entity that exists outside space and time and can subjectively experience itself (which is what we call thought). Souls can link to physical bodies and experience everything their body experiences. Souls are made of energy, mathematical waves. It is often called spiritual, but that is only the soul’s subjective aspect. Its objective aspect, its essence, is not spiritual and is ontological, rational and mathematical.

Souls are part of the foundation of the universe. Their existence is inevitable; reason commands it.

There, I answered some questions as to the nature of the soul. Hopefully, it was illuminating. One more thing:

When a soul links to a human body, it constructs a kind of outer mind that is sustained by the brain. This is what we call our identity. Our soul does have an identity, but it’s nothing like our current identity. When your body dies, your current identity will perish, but you will live on.

Also, it’s becoming clearer that I’ve now given away the soul’s nature: reincarnation. Reincarnation is real, and it’s the process by which a soul links to a body and becomes incarnate through it. Very rarely, some people can even remember the events leading up to their death in their previous life.

Do you have bad parents and don’t like it? Well, you have only yourself to blame. You chose them, after all. Billions of organisms in the universe are being conceived at any time. A soul can establish a link with this “seed”.

You choose where you’re incarnated, not anyone else. But through each life, the soul learns its lessons and becomes better at choosing more productive environments to be born into.

“Many of the debates surrounding human embryonic stem cells concern issues such as what restrictions should be made on studies using these types of cells. At what point does one consider life to begin? Is it just to destroy an embryo cell if it has the potential to cure countless numbers of patients?” – Wikipedia, Stem cell controversy

As this illustrates, there is some debate about when life actually begins in a new human. Does it begin at the point of conception? Or does it begin later, when the heart starts beating, perhaps?

In truth, life truly “begins” when a soul links to the developing body. However, there is no certain, definite time a soul establishes its communication with the body.

When you give birth, you’re not creating life – that’s impossible. You’re providing a body through which life can express itself and experience the world.


Knowing all this, if humanity created a method of immortality, a cure for aging, would you take it? Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t, and they are quite big reasons:

p<>{color:#000;}. You are already immortal anyway. It doesn’t matter whether or not you “die” in this life; you are eternal and endure no matter what happens. All you are doing when you are “dying” is simply moving on. We never die, we just change, and while you may resent that, this next reason ought to strengthen the idea of moving on from this life.

p<>{color:#000;}. The nature of life is to move and keep moving. There’s a reason we reincarnate. You aren’t bound to learn much stuck in this life. You need to explore, to change, to move on, to learn. Death may not be something everybody wants, but it is a necessary part of life. Taking a cure for death would not only mean that you are scared of death beyond the point of wisdom, but also that you don’t know how souls work. The time may come when you have longer lives, but it will arrive when you are ready.

p<>{color:#000;}. There’s no such thing as staying in this life forever. You WILL die at some point, whether it’s by crime or when the sun expands to swallow the earth, or some other disaster. Any life beyond a certain point is just a waste.

Trying to become immortal in this life is the act of someone who doesn’t realize that everyone is truly immortal. You can be neither created nor destroyed, and there is no one else like you. Identities will flash before you, each of them fading, but you won’t fade.

The soul’s identity is what we might call the higher self, a deeper identity that learns from all of its lives. That’s the soul’s purpose – to learn. You learn from each of your lives. You become better, more refined, more actualized. Staying in one life for an excessive amount of time is what a fool does.

Usually the organisms that live longest are those who are nearing the end of their journey towards full actualization. There are, in fact, humans who are living what is usually their final life. These special people are what would be considered by many people angels (they’re not actually angels). They can exhibit astounding mental abilities. They can effortlessly make practical use of mathematics and can cure themselves of any disease. But they are mainly observers of human affairs who don’t interfere very much. There are one-hundred and eighty such people. Most people who encounter these special humans don’t know of their status. Highly sensitive and intuitive people can react (often with pain) when making eye contact with them or touching them, but most people see nothing out of the ordinary. These particular humans have greater length of life than ordinary people (and periodically fake their own deaths since it would be very odd from the normal person’s perspective to see the records of a living person who was born two-hundred years ago).

In Gnostic terms, these people are called Archons and Phosters. Archons are those who seek to further humanity’s selfishness and endarkenment. Phosters are the illuminators who seek to further humanity’s enlightenment. The Archons currently outnumber the Phosters four to one, making earth an “Archon planet” – 144 Archons and 36 Phosters. Were they permitted to interfere more, they would have the potential to hold tremendous power over people. In the tale of Faust mentioned earlier, Mephistopheles is actually an Archon (a pretend, hypothetical Archon, obviously).

The Free Will Question

The question of free will is one that has been posed by many philosophers over the centuries, and no one has really solved it. Do you really have free will? You might think you unquestionably do but free will might be an illusion. What do you think?

The question of free will is not one that can be resolved over a ten minute conversation and a walk through the park. It’s a question that requires certain knowledge and skill at philosophy to answer. Of course, like many of the mysteries of existence, it has already been answered, but in secret. I won’t be going into every detail in this section since it’s a very complex issue, but a simpler version of the answer should suffice.

Let’s get the obvious out of the way.

There are three things that you need to understand relating to this matter: determinism, randomness and free will. Determinism is simply cause and effect. The others should explain themselves.

If free will or randomness exist, then the future of the universe is unpredictable, even if you were able to defy the uncertainty principle and simultaneously know the position and momentum of an object.

If only determinism exists, then the future of the universe is perfectly predictable to anyone who has enough information (i.e., if we were again able to defy the uncertainty principle, we could know the entire future of the universe. Of course, such a grand model of the future is actually impossible to construct because we cannot defy the uncertainty principle).

Now, free will is not the same as consciousness. The fact that you are conscious and self-aware and know who you are and what you’re doing does not mean that you have free will. When you make a choice, you have no way of knowing if you could have made the choice differently because you’ve already chosen.

Now let’s get into the science of it. Many people trust science, but let that trust in anyone who reads this fall, because science has a bit of a shitty answer when it comes to free will, partly because they don’t actually confront the issue, partly because of their ideology and partly because scientists are shitty philosophers.

The “Science” of Free Will

The universe of normal physics is a deterministic one – i.e., things happen and other things react to it and make other things happen, and so on. Thus, scientists are determinists. The big question for any determinist to answer regards the “first cause”. If there was a beginning of the universe as scientists claim, then that also means that there was a first cause that put into action the entire chain of determinism that has led to this very moment. The question is, if the universe is deterministic, how could this first cause happen? – because, by definition, everything in a deterministic system is determined (caused) by something, but the first cause apparently isn’t caused by anything.

Basically, we’re asking, what caused the big bang? In a deterministic universe that’s based on cause and effect, there can be no first cause, but clearly there was. Science makes no sense when it comes to the first cause.

If the universe is deterministic as scientists maintain (disregarding quantum mechanics for a moment – we’ll get to that later), then this also means that the behavior of every living thing is predetermined – just as when you throw a ball up into the air, it doesn’t choose where to go; it is acted upon by various forces that determine its path. In this vision of the universe, you say and do things not because you choose to, but because you are predestined to.

This is all predicated on the assumption that people are purely physical beings, i.e. no soul involved. If humans are purely physical, they are made up of particles which are subject to deterministic laws, and thus have no free will.

We’ll return to science later, but first some philosophical positions need to be explained.


In basic terms, there are two main positions regarding the relation between free will and determinism: compatibilism and incompatibilism. Compatibilists assert that free will and determinism are compatible, i.e. determinism and free will can both exist. Incompatibilists contend that determinism and free will are not compatible, i.e. that free will and determinism contradict each other and cannot coexist.

There are different sub-positions of incompatibilism, and these will be briefly explained here.

Hard determinism is the position that free will just doesn’t exist, only determinism exists. It’s the scientific position.

Metaphysical libertarianism is the position that only free will exists and therefore determinism is nonexistant.

Hard incompatibilism is the position that both determinism and indeterminism contradict free will, and free will is false.

All these positions are fallacious.

Quantum Theory

Quantum mechanics adds another type of indeterminism into the debate – randomness. In fact, I’m going to prove that absolute randomness is impossible right now, to remove it from the equation – there’s no point discussing what doesn’t exist in a debate like this. Only a fool would continue to discuss randomness as though it’s still a possibility when it’s been disproved.

For those who don’t know, the standard interpretation of quantum mechanics says that the behaviors of particles are actually random, and that they only really exist in one place when we observe them, and where we see them is random and based on the probability wave of the particles. (The implication here is that objects like the moon aren’t anywhere at all until they are observed. However, there’s a contradiction – how can you observe an object that isn’t anywhere?)

The tool I’ll be using to disprove randomness is reason. If that’s not concrete (empirical) enough for you, I don’t know why you’re reading this – go and read Stephen Hawking or something.

Here we go…

First question: what is absolute randomness? When you roll a die or flip a coin, the result is not random – it’s perfectly deterministic. You roll the die or flip the coin in a certain way, with a certain strength, and certain forces act upon the object to bring it to rest. Also, the manufacturing of these objects plays a role – no physical object is a perfect cube or a perfect circle. When you take these points into consideration, what you have is a process that is anything but random (I could have given even more, but you get the point).

When computers generate random numbers, they use algorithms that necessarily get something from somewhere that determines the end result. These processes – rolling a die, flipping a coin and generating random numbers via computers – only seem random because it’s difficult to predict the end result, but, fundamentally, they are deterministic processes.

So, absolute randomness is a process that is determined by nothing, thus any absolutely random system cannot take place within a deterministic system (HENCE WHY RANDOMNESS IN THE PHYSICAL WORLD IS IMPOSSIBLE, DUH!).

Anyway, let’s have a hypothetical die whose result is truly, absolutely random. When you roll that die, let’s say you get a 1. Ask yourself this – what reason would there be for one outcome to be chosen over another? If there is a reason, why was the outcome 1 instead of 3 or 6 or 2? There must be a reason why 1 specifically was chosen instead of the others, but according to absolute randomness, there is no reason.

This constitutes “irrational reality”, where things happen for no reason. Obviously, nothing happens for no reason, hence why we live in “rational reality”. True randomness is therefore impossible.


Back to free will.

The real solution to the question of whether or not we have free will is one that, at first glance, makes no sense. However, when I’m done explaining it, it will make perfect sense. Souls will necessarily be a part of this discussion, hence why I included the discussion of free will in this book. Free will is highly relevant to the soul.

The simple, glib answer is this: the universe consists of nothing but determinism, however, free will still exists. Sounds crazy, right? Clearly, free will can’t exist in a deterministic system, except … I lied. There is a very specific system that allows this to work. Any model that does not use this system cannot make free will exist in a deterministic system.

In the physical world, if nothing but determinism exists, then free will is impossible, but the universe doesn’t consist of just the physical world, does it?

There are two types of determinism we need: free determinism and constrained determinism. The physical world operates according to constrained determinism, i.e. everything happens as a direct reaction to something else. But the domain of mind is different. Minds (souls) operate according to free determinism, which is what gives us free will.

The universe consists of nothing but determinism. This fact ensures everything has a sufficient reason to happen so we’re not living in an irrational reality. However, free will comes from souls.

Souls are causal agents, meaning they themselves can cause things to happen and the only sufficient reason required is that the soul wills it. You can demonstrate this by simply raising your right arm. Go ahead and raise it right now. Your physical arm just moved for no other reason than that you willed it to. Souls have a subjective aspect as well as an objective aspect. The subjective aspect is what gives us free will. It is the source of free determinism. Souls are what is called uncaused causes. This means that they themselves are uncaused (they were not caused to exist by anything, so they have always existed), and they can be the sole cause of other things.

You might think this sounds similar to science’s big bang, but there is a key difference. The big bang cannot be uncaused; souls can. They can be uncaused because their substance necessitates their own existence. Souls exist because they are rationally necessary. The big bang is not. Also, the big bang is a temporal event, and is thus not eternal, so it cannot have been uncaused. Anything uncaused is eternal. It has to be.

Souls made the big bang happen. They existed before the physical universe came into being and will continue to exist after the physical universe is dead.

So, souls are uncaused causal agents. They have free will and can cause things to happen and they can choose what they cause to happen as long as they don’t break the mathematical laws of the universe, such as creating another soul. That’s impossible because of the law of the conservation of energy.

Now, imagine a body without a soul. Such a body can’t even be called a person. It would be officially dead, because it wouldn’t have a soul to control it and thus wouldn’t do much of anything at all. Human bodies do not have free will. They are subjected to cause and effect, to constrained determinism. They can cause things to happen, but it has to be the result of an effect. For example, if a bowling ball knocks into a pin, the pin will fall over, but the pin would not fall over without any force acting on it. That’s because it does not have free will, and it cannot be the sole cause of events. It has to be part of a causal chain.

But if a soul issues a command to the human body, that would be cause enough to make the body move. The command would be sent from the soul to the brain, and then the brain would interpret it and then send the signal along the nerves to the appropriate region, which in turn would trigger the movement of the appropriate muscles. Because the soul decided to make this happen, it did, because the soul had the power to enforce its will – the muscles.

The human body, as it normally is, linked to a soul, is subject to two sets of deterministic forces: the constrained determinism of the physical world (e.g. if a giant block of iron falls on it, it will react appropriately by getting crushed), and the free determinism of its connected soul (e.g. if the soul decides to read a book, the body will perform the appropriate actions to acquire the book and open it, and turn the pages when the soul decides to continue reading).

Now this leads to an interesting competition of determinism. The strongest determinism at any time prevails over the other. Let’s use our example of raising your right arm. You can probably do that right now, because there is nothing to stop you – there is no physical determinism greater than the strength you have to enforce your will (which in this case is the strength of your arm). However, if you are paralyzed in your right arm, or if your right arm is tightly chained to the floor, you cannot exercise your will because the physical determinism is stronger than the strength you have to enforce your will (in the case of your arm being paralyzed, you have no ability to directly control what your arm does at all, and in the case of your arm being chained, the strength of the chains exceeds the strength of your arm). The obstacles in the physical environment are stronger than the ability you have to enforce your determinism, so you will not be raising your arm after all.

When the soul receives information, it is not subject to an effect that necessitates a new effect, because the soul can decide how it reacts to the information.

That’s what free will really is – it’s the ability to be the sole cause and to choose what thing to cause. Only souls fit both of these criteria. Nothing else qualifies.

So the soul has free determinism and the physical universe has constrained determinism. Life comes into the picture because souls communicate with the biological systems of life forms. No souls, no life. Souls are uncaused causal agents. They can have free will in a deterministic system because their behavior isn’t directly determined by anything except the will.

… Therefore, free will exists! Compatibilism is necessary for this entire soul-body interaction to work. If free determinism and constrained determinism were absolutely incompatible, the soul would not be able to control the body.

And that was all a simpler version of the scheme. If you struggled to understand that, then be glad I spared you the complete version. Although it is simplified, it conveys the main points and it is still sufficient to show that free will exists.


What is physicality? Can you come up with a definition for what qualifies as a physical thing? It should be easy to answer this question but for many people, it isn’t.

The following things define physicality:

p<>{color:#000;}. Dimensionality (i.e. it has size).

p<>{color:#000;}. Fermionic (i.e. two objects cannot be in the same place at once)

p<>{color:#000;}. Constrained determinism

p<>{color:#000;}. Time

The following things define the domain of mind:

p<>{color:#000;}. Dimensionlessness (i.e. everything is zero-dimensional and thus has no size)

p<>{color:#000;}. Bosonic (i.e. everything can be in one place at the same time)

p<>{color:#000;}. Free determinism

p<>{color:#000;}. Lack of time

As you can see, the physical world is entirely different from the mental world. The nature of the mental domain explains why the soul has not been detected yet. Souls exist nowhere in the physical world, they give off no radiation (which is what we use to see), they (usually) have no effect on the physical world at all, except by controlling living bodies. Given all this, is it any surprise the soul hasn’t been found by scientists?

There was a famous apparent proof of the soul in 1901 by Duncan MacDougall, a physician who attempted to measure the weight lost by a human body when it died. His result was about 21 grams. You can read all about it here -


Flaws in his study have been pointed out, but the fact that this was taken seriously by anybody is ridiculous. The soul has no weight and you will find no sign of it leaving the human body because it doesn’t enter the body in the first place, as I pointed out earlier. In order for the soul to have weight it would have to be a physical object, and that’s impossible. And there’s no point in thinking about what would happen if a soul could enter the physical world because the very reason souls aren’t physical prevents them from entering the physical world. Simply, if a soul was in the physical world, it wouldn’t be a soul.

It’s pointless to try and detect a soul. How many times must it be said to drive it into the skulls of those harboring silly delusions about finding one? There is such a thing as a projection of a soul into the physical world, but there is no way to reliably cause it to happen and it never happens with an entire soul – only pieces.

Seemingly spontaneous projections of souls happen all the time, but they can be easily mistaken for other things you would fully expect to see. In a world full of light, how would you see a soul projection – a light-being – and recognize it for what it is? Flashes or streaks of light in your vision can be caused by other things, like a reflection of the sun. And don’t forget that visible light isn’t the only kind of light. Light-beings also manifest in wavelengths and frequencies of light we can’t perceive, such as radio waves or gamma rays, or even frequencies we haven’t been able to measure yet.

And should you, by some miracle, manage to measure a soul projection (not an easy thing to do since they usually happen very fast), all you would detect is light, because it’s not the actual soul you’re seeing; it’s just a projection. It wouldn’t be a spooky ghost or a lost spirit, it would just be a streak of light. Get nonsense about ghosts and spirits out of your head. Souls don’t “haunt” buildings.

Soul projections (which are the soul events I mentioned at the very beginning of this book) are brief events that will only teach you one fact about the soul. If you’ve properly read what I just wrote about them, you might have an inkling as to what this fact is.

The Collective

In the introduction, I said, “Everyone has a mental connection to everyone else they know, and sometimes even to strangers.” This is not actually entirely true. It would be true if I amended it to, “Everyone has a mental connection to everyone else, even strangers and aliens on distant planets. But the strongest mental connections are with who you know.”

All souls are mentally connected. The mind of every human is connected more closely to the mind of another human than, say, the mind of an alien living thousands of light years away (and by a connection being “close”, I mean more likely to interact, so minds with a closer connection are more likely to communicate with each other). These closer connections form what is known as the collective unconscious of humanity. Every human is a part of this web of connections. The collective unconscious holds the psychic heritage of mankind and the entire history of our species.

Here’s how someone can read your mind. When you have a thought, that thought becomes part of the collective unconscious (it’s called that because to you, it is probably unconscious, i.e. you don’t have conscious awareness of it). However, to someone else, it might not be unconscious at all. A mind that is strong enough to be conscious of the collective mind of humanity would have complete access to history and the past and current thoughts of every human. However, there would be another problem. In order to differentiate one person’s thoughts from another’s, this mind would need to have the capability to trace mental activity back to its causing mind. If this mind does have this ability, it could read your thoughts and know they were yours.

You see, all mental activity comes with an identifier of sorts that can be used to tell which mind it originated in. But ordinary people aren’t aware of this identifier. Put it this way, I said, “Very rarely, some people can even remember the events leading up to their death in their previous life.” This does happen, but there’s a caveat. When you remember something in your past life, you actually have no way of knowing whether or not it’s yours or someone else’s. The collective mind of the universe is still technically your mind because you can access it, albeit unconsciously. You are using exactly the same means to sense and interpret all mental activity, whether it comes from your specific mind or not.

All mental content comes from and exists within a soul, but you cannot know which. Only a much more powerful mind than a human can know where mental activity comes from.

Young Souls

The soul has incredible subjective power. Souls are the only things in existence that can experience things. They are the only things in existence that can be conscious. The entity you are using to read these words (your consciousness) is you – it is part of your soul, but it is tied to the physical world. Think of it like this. As each of your lives begins, you construct an external identity – a consciousness – that you will use throughout this life on top of your Self. What you consider you, i.e. your identity and most of your personality, is temporary and will perish when your body dies.

Most souls are not actually conscious on their own. That’s why you don’t remember the space between lives. That’s why most people don’t even know they have a soul. But your soul has become conscious through your body. It has become properly conscious with the aid of your brain. However, when you die, that consciousness will be gone (because your brain will be gone) and you will return to being unconscious again until you can find another body belonging to an intelligent species.

Souls just beginning to incarnate in the physical world incarnate in plants or insects, or some other simple being. If such a soul was to incarnate as a human, you would end up with an incredibly childish person. In fact, the most childish people on earth have just left the animal domain and are struggling in the world of consciousness. Some of them, such as Abrahamists, even return to the animal domain because they aren’t ready to live conscious. Only the most intelligent, resilient and patient souls can learn anything from their first conscious life. All the others struggle.

Animals don’t have any concept of absolute order or proper conscious thought. They also don’t have any concept of reason, which would explain why so many people on earth are irrational (because they have just left the domain of animals). They are young souls (in real life when we say a soul is “young” we don’t mean that it is literally younger, we mean that it is young in terms of how far it has progressed). Earth is a place where many young souls come. The Illuminati’s mission is to turn it into a place where the more significantly established souls incarnate, to make it more “prestigious”, so to speak.

Earth is a very alluring place for younger souls because it presents a society where the majority of people are submissive and don’t have too much duty or responsibility. But as a result the world is ridiculously irrational and many people needlessly suffer.


Karma is an alluring concept and an expression of a recurring theme among mythos religions. That theme is that absolute justice is imposed on the universe. In the Abrahamic religions we have the will of God, which is apparently always fair. In many religions of enlightenment, karma is this force of justice.

In essentials, it is the principle that if you have a bad life now it’s because you did something bad in the past that you need to be punished for. Equally, if you have a good life now it’s because you did something good in the past that you need to be rewarded for.

The concept of absolute justice is a comforting one. It gives us the assurance that everyone who did anything bad will be punished for it and that if we do good things we will have our reward. But this is a completely irrelevant distraction from the truth. Let’s take karma as an example, shall we?

No mechanism has ever been found, empirically or rationally, that would enforce karma. Karma is a delusion that forces people into a state of inaction. If we consider the world from karma’s point of view, it should be obvious why this is so. If someone is rich, it’s because they are a good person. If someone is poor, it’s because they are a bad person. Therefore, the imbalance of money on earth is a consequence of karma rewarding the good and punishing the bad. Someone who believes in karma, therefore, will not try to change the state of the world because they believe everyone is getting what they deserve.

But that’s not right, is it? The universe is filled with injustice. The imbalance of money on earth is a consequence of the greed and psychopathy of a few individuals who want all the wealth for themselves. That’s the truth. If you think ultimate justice is imposed on the universe, you’re wrong. There is no mechanism that would account for karma, objective or subjective. There is no tendency of the universe that would account for anything like karma. Illuminists, therefore, have no choice but to conclude that karma is nothing but a mythos delusional concept that is another mistake in humanity’s attempts to find the truth.

No rational person could ever take karma seriously. It is not a property of the universe. The True God doesn’t enforce justice. Now, at first you might be thinking that he is a monster, but he knows that he would be even more of a monster to enforce absolute justice on the universe. Doing such a thing would be interfering with the dialectic, and no rational god would ever do such a thing. It would be a complete disaster. There have to be injustices and challenges and difficulties. It’s the only way souls will ever progress. If you want to become the best you can be, you have to learn and accept that which you don’t like. There’s no reason at all for existence to tailor itself to your desires. That’s not how it works.

The Ignavists

I am now coining this term – “Ignavist” – to refer to a person who desires reality to fit to their tastes. I’ll now give a full description of this type of person and why they behave the way they do.

Ignavists want existence to be something they desire. But clearly, these people don’t have this desire for no reason. Clearly they have a quality that causes them to value their own desires over and above the needs of others, and even sometimes over their own needs. This quality is perhaps selfishness, but Ignavists certainly don’t consider themselves selfish. There is a “philosophy”, if it can even be called philosophy, that they tend to gravitate towards: relativism. Let me give an example of it. This is what a relativist might say (and indeed what relativists have said in the past):

There is no single model of existence that fits everybody. People have different perspectives, different interpretations. Therefore, there is no reason for you to accept a view of reality that is unacceptable to you. There is no single correct way to interpret the universe.

Wrong. Subjectivity applies only to experience. It does not apply to the foundations of reality itself. Besides, it’s not interpretations you should be interested in.

The only measure of correctness we need is how well our experiences fit the assumptions we make, and how much satisfaction and delight those experiences bring us.

Really? Let’s do a very simple test, shall we? Let’s take a statement – The Earth has a gravitational pull. Now let’s consider two people: person A has been living normally, like you and me. Person B has lived in one building all his life and never left it. This building has no gravity in it. Person B has never seen anything fall.

Person A would come to the conclusion, living just as a normal person does, that Earth has gravity. Person B, however, never having experienced gravity of any kind, comes to the conclusion that Earth does not have any gravity. That’s his interpretation of the world.

There, now we have our thought experiment set up, let’s get on with the implications. Relativism claims that neither person A nor person B would be wrong in their interpretations. But we have already mentioned that person B would conclude that Earth has no gravity, and that conclusion would serve him very well – it would go with all of his experiences and he would never see any evidence to doubt it. Granted, for him, gravity would not be a relevant concept. But he would still be absolutely, objectively incorrect in his conclusion that Earth has no gravity. It wouldn’t matter one jot whether or not he ever experienced it.

Reality has absolutely nothing to do with our desires. Do you think people who want to fly can make gravity disappear? No, of course they can’t.

Certainty is an illusion that misleads the foolish. All understanding is open to interpretation.

Well, the person who said this is an idiot and he has shown it to the entire world with this statement. I mean, he seems fairly certain that certainty is an illusion, doesn’t he? But he just contradicted himself. If certainty is an illusion that misleads the foolish, this person wouldn’t be confidently stating it, because he would know that he has no way of being certain whether the statement is true or not.

Maybe you ought to check what you’re saying before saying it – just a thought.


Ignavists tend to be relativists, but then again, many of these people like to say that no interpretation of reality is incorrect, then go on to try to tell others that this is the way reality is. How can you expect them to believe you after your waffle about interpretations and relativism? So you can’t really trust any decision they would make.

They try to make themselves sound elegant and try to convince people they’re actually qualified to be making any of the statements they make, but they’re only fooling themselves. Relativism is absolute intellectual poison that needs to be removed from the human psyche.

Objective, rational reality is the only reality there is. Rejecting it is for people who don’t know the first thing about existence. I’m not saying you should believe me because I still haven’t proved souls exist. All I’ve done is given a slice of a framework in which free will and souls are possible. What I have shown to a reasonable degree is that relativism is false. If you want more proof, I’ll be happy to provide it (within reason, of course). Relativism is based on the supposition that objective reality is false and that there is only subjective interpretations, but that’s absurd. If there are no objective things, what would we be interpreting? If we are interpreting our experiences, what would we be experiencing? There’s only one answer – objective reality. You cannot conceive of a reality in which there are no objective things. You simply can’t.

I Have Merit

Here’s a lesson everyone needs to learn: no one cares how intelligent you claim to be. No one cares how much life you say you’ve experienced. No one cares about whether or not you think you’ll go to heaven. Don’t say; DO. You are proving yourself useless if all you can do is say how better you are than other people. You show that you misunderstand life. Many times, I’ve had people tell me that they knew more about life than me, or that they were more intelligent than me (and this invariably came from people who spent all their time playing games or harassing other people because they felt insecure – giant babies, in other words). By doing that, they disproved themselves. You can’t be very intelligent or know very much about life if you’re telling other people that to try and prove you’re better than them. If you want people to acknowledge you as intelligent, you have to prove it. Words aren’t enough.

Many people, during a “debate”, try to make attacks on the other person’s character. When that happens, it’s no longer a debate. There are things you never do during a proper, rational debate, and launching assaults on your opponent’s character is one of them. Dismissing everything your opponent says without actually disproving any of it is another.

If you are making comments like, “I’ve been through more than you”, or “I know more than you about [insert name of field here]”, just grow up. You’re just afraid because you can’t actually disprove anything they say, and you know that they are more intelligent than you, so you dismiss anything they say and call them stupid to try and convince yourself you are better than them.

Oh, and here’s another laughable line – “it’s been scientifically proven that [whatever fact is true]”. If someone ever says that to you, ask them to show you the paper that proves it; ask them to get the evidence at the next available opportunity. If they’re just saying that to try and win a debate, they’ll either be speechless or they’ll confabulate some ridiculous excuse. Either way, you know they’re full of shit.

The world is full of liars and pseudo people. Always be wary of them. For example, on a forum, someone claimed they got to the “eighth level” of the deep web. Firstly, the deep web doesn’t even have levels. Secondly, the deep web is mostly content behind paywalls and security systems, and it often gets confused with the dark web, which is what people usually mean when they say “deep web” – it’s an internetwork of hidden services (often illegal websites such as child pornography or drug markets) that ordinary browsers can’t access. Thirdly, and most crucially, this person did not give any evidence whatsoever that they had actually visited where they claimed.

Look for evidence or rational proof of any claim someone makes. Don’t believe them simply because they said so and they seemed to know what they were talking about. Never take someone’s word for it. People often trust scientists simply because they believe science is infallible. Yet who could seriously give countenance to the standard interpretation of quantum mechanics? – which, if you haven’t read anything about it, is frankly ludicrous.

When you hear a scientist say “according to the laws of physics…” or something along those lines, it may be a sign that the scientist isn’t confident enough to say it on its own. For example, a scientist might say, “according to the laws of physics, the potential is there for events to happen backwards and in reverse order”. However, if this scientist really was confident in what he was saying, he would have said, “the potential is there for events to happen backwards and in reverse order”. There would be no “according to the laws of physics”. And the same goes with any other type of person, such as a historian or a philosopher. You hear lines like “according to the laws of physics, time travel isn’t impossible” all the time. But no one wants to attribute that statement to themselves, they all want to attribute it to the laws of physics. And their fear is very real, especially since time travel is actually impossible anyway.

According to scientists, if you traveled faster than light, you could go back in time. Fools like Stephen Hawking still claim that wormholes can travel through time. How many times must it be said before these people run it through their seemingly hollow skulls? Time travel is not possible. In order for the past or the future to be accessible, the information for it would have to be stored somewhere. So, scientists, where do you suppose the past is? How about the future? Where is it stored? How is it stored? How is it accessed by anyone traveling in time? How would paradoxes be resolved, if at all? How would the past become a reality for one person but not for the entire universe? How can wormholes transport through time? How do they establish such a link? What chooses where the wormhole transports things to? Answer all of these questions, and you’ll have a convincing case for the argument that it is possible to travel through time.

How about the old, seemingly unanswerable question – what is light? If you don’t know what light is then you’re a long way from formulating a “theory of everything”, as it is known in science.

How to See the Universe

Were someone to ask you to tell them how you see the universe, what would you tell them? Would you tell them that the universe is a precession of galaxies and stars, black holes and neutron stars, white dwarfs and red giants? Would you tell them that the universe is a void broken by scattered stars? Would you tell them that the universe is teeming with energy and atomic interactions?

These are all good, but ultimately, they’re way too physical and obvious.

The universe is an ontological expression of pure mathematics, with zero as its origin and infinity as its limit. It is a work of absolute symmetry and beauty, extending forever and yet without extension; made from everything and yet nothing. It is a journey with no beginning and no end, a tide of actualization. Its roots extend to zero and infinity, all that there is.

That is a partial view of the universe as it truly is. It’s a view no scientist, Abrahamist or atheist will give you. We all have unique views of the universe, but there is only one absolute truth. How can this truth be perceived? How can you see the universe?

To “see” is not an easy task; it is one that requires patience, decorum, intelligence and the right frame of mind – four rare qualities. The simple fact is that most people aren’t ready to see. It’s one thing to be presented with the Truth, another to accept it.

The Self

You might have heard someone mention the self or higher self before. It’s usually used to describe a deeper part of a person psyche or spirit that is unified with divinity and is one’s true self.

Actualization involves progressing from the lower self to the higher self. The lower self is obsessed with material possessions, with pleasure, with status, with all worldly things. The higher self is associated with knowledge, wisdom, transcendence and power and is otherworldly. We might equate these terms as such with the reincarnation process: the lower self is the identity you create when you incarnate; the higher self is the true identity of your soul. In most people, the higher self is unconscious and, in humans, the lower self is conscious.

The lower self is temporary and contingent and will perish when death arrives. The higher self is eternal and survives the death of the body.

Instruments of the Body

You have eyes. What are they for? Seeing, of course. But do you really need eyes to see? It might sound like a silly question, but it isn’t. Consider out-of-body experiences. When someone experiences one of these, they can “see” things their body cannot. They report seeing things that they have no way of physically seeing. So, you don’t need eyes to see. You just don’t know it yet.

Trauma and Identity

There are documented cases of people suffering trauma or accidents and gaining astounding new abilities. People who previously had no interest in music or art can have a flare of talent in those fields. People can gain “powers” they didn’t have before. They can gain psychic ability. What if future humans developed a reliable way to induce these changes with an alternative to trauma? Might people be able to choose their own personalities and abilities? The key to developing such a thing would be in figuring out what changes happen where when this happens. Is it a change in the mind or the brain? What parts of the mind or brain would we need to alter? How would we alter them? Can humanity one day master the art of the paranormal? Might blind people one day be able to see without the need for eyes at all?

These things are possible, but a very, very long way off. The fact that trauma, a sudden event, can bring about complete change in a person’s interests, abilities and identity tells us that one day these things might be altered effortlessly.

There is also the interesting phenomenon of brainwaves. The idea of humanity becoming intelligent enough to alter the brain very precisely has been explored before, but the potential is great and the possibility is real. If only humanity was going in the right direction…

The path of reason has many rewards, but few are prepared to walk it. That’s fine. If you don’t make the sacrifice, you will not benefit from any of the rewards. Why should others work to benefit you when you are not prepared to put in equal effort? Humanity has so much potential, but it is being wasted.


What is death like? This is a question everyone asks at least once. Well, no single experience of death is representative of them all, and they often depend on current perspective. Sometimes, the soul can still see what is happening around its old body – it lingers for a short time. Commonly, feelings of comfort and contentment are felt, like everything is going to be okay.

Once its body has perished, a soul can communicate with its dead loved ones. Loved ones who are still living are harder to communicate with because consciousness interferes with unconscious communication, but they could be reached during their dreams. There was one case where the soul of a dead man communicated to his loved ones in their dreams and by doing so saved his daughter, whose heater was in flames.

Despite the fear and anxieties that people work themselves into over death, there is nothing to fear from it. You are simply leaving your old body and lower self. There’s nothing scary about that.


Our entire existence is governed by waves. Particles are made of energy, and that makes them waves. Sound is a type of compression wave that moves through the air. Light is a wave that carries energy. Gravity information propagates in the form of waves.

Waves are not just carriers of energy and information. They are energy and information. Light is the quintessential wave. Wave-particle duality is something that has baffled scientists and everyone who had come into contact with it.

The wave-particle duality of quantum mechanics sound like a complicated topic, but it’s not. Simply put, it’s the concept that things like light and electrons can behave as both particles and waves. A big factor in this supposed duality is the double-slit experiment. Imagine a barrier with a hole in it. If you fire light at the barrier, some of it will pass through the hole and land on a screen behind the barrier. When this happens, you would expect most of the light on the screen to be directly behind the hole, right? That’s exactly what happens. But when we increase the number of holes to two, we get a very odd result.

With two holes in the barrier, you would expect most of the light on the screen to be directly behind the two holes, right? Well, that’s not what happens. What we get is this:

It’s an interference pattern that only waves can create. This image shows how this is so:

It characterizes how the waves behave as they pass through the holes, and as you can see, they produce the interference pattern seen during the double-slit experiment. All particles in the universe produce this interference pattern when fired at double slits, provided that both they and the holes are small enough. This demonstrated that light behaves like a wave. But what about photons? Photons are said to be the smallest piece of light, and they are particles, not waves. There is evidence that photons are particles as well as evidence that photons are waves.

Albert Einstein said, “We have two contradictory pictures of reality; separately neither of them fully explains the phenomena of light, but together they do”. Right. The tricky part, for scientists, is explaining how these pictures are related. They can’t both be meant in an absolute sense (i.e. they cannot be both particles and waves), so there must be some other way in which the wave and particle theories of light apply to reality and how they relate to each other.

But what if the solution is already out there but hasn’t been popularized yet? What if science alone isn’t enough to explain the double slit experiment? What if we need something more?

Science knows nothing about light. Scientists think they know reasonably well what light is, but they haven’t even scratched the surface of the secrets of light. But if they do, they could transform modern scientific, philosophical, mathematical and religious thinking.


Understanding waves is the key to understanding everything. Waves are energy, and energy is the fundamental substance out of which everything is made. But where do waves come from? What caused the big bang? Where does the energy of the physical universe originate?

The answers to those questions are all the same: souls. All energy comes from souls and will return to souls. Once science begins to grasp the science of the soul, it will arrive at the answer to everything. If not, it will never be able to explain quantum phenomena or black holes. The answers that cannot be reached empirically must be reached mathematically and philosophically. Science is a limiting lens that confines thinking to only what is physical, but there’s so much more to reality than that. You cannot account for the physical universe without first accepting the mental universe, and until science achieves this feat, it will never answer the mysteries of existence.

You can snigger or laugh at the idea of the soul if you want, but no one will be laughing when the truth gets out. No one will be finding the idea of the soul dumb or stupid in the future. Scientists like to point out that souls were something accepted by ancient people, that they were “ancient science”, before pointing out that now we have modern science. Well, the precise science of the soul is the most advanced science there is. Most conceptions of the soul are wrong because they are mythos conceptions, founded on beliefs instead of mathematics and reason. But one day that will all change. Souls will be considered the basic element of the universe.

Souls are expressions of mathematics, not mystical spirits. One day, people will know this. One day, people will know everything.


Souls are the foundation of the universe, the hidden factor in science. They are not mystical entities. All mystical feelings come from subjective interpretations, they are not a part of objective reality.

Free will is something only souls can have, and creating life is impossible. Nothing that is created can ever have free will. Free will is the province of the eternal. Souls are infinite entities and cannot be programmed into any machine, which is why conscious artificial intelligence will never be developed.

Artificial life is impossible. There is only one authentic form of life, and that is the soul.

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Sighting the Soul

How do you find the soul? What is the method that must be used? If the soul could be discovered empirically, science would have found it by now. Clearly, the soul requires some other method of discovery. The fact that life exists proves that the soul also exists. This book will provide a rational take on the soul and will answer some questions people have had for a long time.

  • ISBN: 9781370300082
  • Author: Phogenesis
  • Published: 2016-10-07 20:50:14
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