''“For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?”''

<span style="float: right; color: cornflowerblue">― Mark 8:36</span>

This webpage is a road to hero—path of souls, likely suitable for suicidal people. It is just one of many paths, among them are the path of dolls and the path of elements. All these paths interconnect with each other. If you become fluent in one, you should be able to easily learn the others.

= Introduction =

<div style="text-align: center; font-weight: bold; margin: 15px 0">“The wheels on the bus go round and round; round and round; round and round.” ― [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wheels_on_the_Bus The Wheels on the Bus]</div>

You are in your state due to nature or nurture. You cannot choose how your genetics or your environment responds to your will, however you feel you are justified. Fortunately, there is the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Individuation individuation] process, presented for everybody. You might ask, Why is it publicly available for everybody? The answer is to prevent it from turning into a vocation for the elite. If the individuation is so perfect and priceless, it knows what it has to do. So it doesn’t need patronizers, gatekeepers, or guards. Rendering it imperfect, they would consider it as a tool and conceal it as an esoteric secret in order to furtively disclose it among the “chosen.” It helps whoever and however it wants. It belongs to nobody.

The individuation conjoins the male and female—having divested oneself of peer pressure, rank consciousness, and ego-based self protectiveness. It is the only state in which you have autonomy. Autonomy is presenting the choice and mastering everyone else’s destiny. Everyone loves to live with hope, because they are invested in never-ending, hierarchical games that far surpasses their lifespan. When you relinquish the power of choice for yourself, you fearlessly oppose the power of fate, the idea that the future is fixed and predetermined, resigning from life yourself. In that discord with fate, you will become a trader or an exchanger—incapacitated of becoming a hoarder or an accumulator for yourself—constantly raising the stakes without the cashing-out option. In terms of trading, the individuation is being free, at the empty boundary between life and death, in exchange of being “evil.”

The individuation process has a twofold nature: the participation in outer reality (i.e., extroversion) together with inner reflection (i.e., introversion). It has neither the joy of collaboration nor the guilt of exploition. The individuation is a pis aller that doesn’t save the individual, however. What seems the individuation from the inside looks incarnation and incubation from the outside. From the outside, one looks only towards the past and the other only towards the future.

The individuation cannot be forced but depends on time, patience, and balance. You may think of the individuation process as a manual to gain power. As a result, you would scrupulously adhere to the steps towards individuation, as much as you want, but you would never get anywhere without madness. Madness is losing the common sense. It isn’t an abstract concept to be meditated upon, because there isn’t much time for meditation when you’re running out of time. But, when you finished the process, time becomes meaningless. When to die loses its meaning.

If you are willing to step on this path, beware of the caveats. The process, unlike incitement to violence, is something one does to oneself: legal, similar to suicide. However, humans naturally and unconsciously have an apt to remove the risk of individuation. They have an inner drive to find and neutralize it, because the outcomes of the process are extraodrinarliy dangerous for any society, making you an enemy they can’t truly settle with. With an extra paranoia, they block all the routes leading to rebirth. They obscure the routes, because they don’t like seeing someone walks in an uncommon route and profoundly challenges some of their core beliefs. This is the point of no return, where you abandon your life. This is the spiral paradox.

= How-to =

The first section explains an alternative—temporarily, at least—for committing suicide. It consists of two parts: (1) the process of individuation (also called [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnum_opus_(alchemy) alchemical magnum opus]), and (2) the result of the individuation (also called [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosopher%27s_stone philosopher’s stone]). These are merely names given to a set of concepts that appear in numerous fields. The names refer to transcendental laws (related, for example, to quantum mechanics) that science has not discovered yet or the ways that hands of Gods are hovering above this world. Nevertheless, if Gods existed, they would turn their back on this world and would not intervene in it. Why would would they intervene, as if its a duty—one time after the other, in never-ending scenarios—except for the laughter or love?

While some, having not read this webpage, created the philosopher’s stone, these steps are here to help the next persons, for whatever reason they may have. Of course, there is no strict procedure. Nor is there any obligations to follow these steps.

== Alchemical magnum opus ==

The key elements of the magnum opus in alchemy are the first emotional bonds and the last straw. They respectively resemble the youthful life and the elder death. In your case, how did these two elements relate to each other? How did you end up on a suicide website? And, before ending up here, what was it that you wanted?

The world doesn’t always take kindly to those who choose an alternative route. Did you enjoy the route? Are you lost with no sense of direction? Have you lost all hopes and see a nebulous and vague future? Did everything that could go wrong went wrong in your life? Have you reached to the threshold point where you want to give up fighting and have no plan from here on? Did you have enough trying to beat the impossibles, left with nothing to lose? Have you erased pain with more pain for so long that you’ve become numb to the pain? If so, don’t commit suicide yet. Instead, in the most desperate, devastating, and despondent moment, when you feel defenseless and never want to come back again, revert to the womb (also called the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_egg world egg] or the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microcosm-macrocosm_analogy microcosms]). In such depressing times, go back to the womb for stillness, reclusion, isolation, detachment, and withdrawn. A way to get there is sleeping. Sleeping is one way to return to the womb and find the blissful oblivion.

The womb is where you desolate and dissociate. When you dissociate from your identity, you’d dwell on the threshold, where your consciousness comes to the boundary of the unconsciousness (also called the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wise_Old_Man_and_Wise_Old_Woman Wise Old Man and the Wise Old Woman]). The unconsciousness transpires as a wise old man, for daughters, and a wise old woman, for sons. Your unconsciousness, vast and immense, progresses by delaying natural instincts or blocking physical urges—such as the urge to departure for a very long time. It is intensified during hardship, pain, frustration, stress, anxiety, torment, trauma, suppression, pent-up emotions, ostracism, banishment, confinement, and chaos. It also grows with the exclusion of distressing memories, thoughts, or feelings from the consciousness. Too much trauma and prolonged stress nevertheless breaks down the nervous system. The break down is a threshold point beyond which new information cannot be safely processed consciously. The breakdown can be deadly to your physical health and the common sense—the safe and pleasant familiar which you’ve been brainwashed to follow. Most people believe what they are programmed or conditioned by authority figures to believe. You should, instead, follow your basic instincts (i.e., the chaotic impulses) with your mind.

Let your mind absorb information unfiltered. Thoughts flit into the dreamland of mind. You should unlearn some of what you had “taught” and unwind the overwhelmed mind, bombarded with information. Remember that the feelings—true and authentic—are your own. It may sound unnatural and overwhelming at first to not filter your thoughts and feelings, but, after a while, welcoming them will become second nature. The thoughts and feelings are released when you shift out and observe them, not when you stay whole and ignore them. Experiencing the feelings will never bring immunity to negative thinking or down feeling but ameliorates the state of well-being. What bolsters the fixation in one state is the self.

The self is an idea that attempts to reflect the wholeness of the human psyche. It is entangled with the mysterious other to which you cannot relate—the individual in whom you were once emotionally invested, the oneness that is incapable of feeling. The self is the savior, or the God-image, that has never saved anybody, but everybody relies on it. It looks forward and has intents, fears, as well as hopes. It analyzes the environment and thinks about how to respond and satisfy its psychological propensities and desires.

Kill your self (not yourself). Killing your self is an act of rebellion, a wild-hearted approach to life. It’s an intrepid reaction to being cornered—it is defacing and dismantling the persona, the imposture outward face. The best version of your self is hallow, empty, void, vacuum, zero, or null. Nothingness is the immaculate self, considering that everything that has form is subject to time: hence has flaws. There is no place for your self, or the collective self, in the world of in-between, because being in such place is too much of a revelation for your self that is compelled to social norms. Once you defecate your self and cross the point of no return, the whole “game” changes into overcoming boredom and having fun—seriously and jokingly, heedless to pecuniary rewards—because there is nothing to firmly grasp and own. Laughter, love, and finishing the undone tasks are the purpose of the power without purpose. That’s how you liberate the repertoire of relational personalities within you. The personalities accumulate over time through interpersonal relationships and have a spectrum of relatedness between each other. Each linkage embodies the relationship with the unconsciousness. In this game, should you remain curios, open, and ardent like a child, you’ll discover amusements on the journey. They journey is abound with wonders, and the path is known to your soul.

Let your soul go. In this regard, soul can be translated as the expected state of beings that they wish to be. Losing soul (to Satan) was foisted to the public in the German folklore [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faust Faust]. Faust wasn’t frustrated, desperate, and hopeless. Still, he made a pact with the Devil, exchanging his soul for unlimited knowledge. The folklore, which has [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_warfare psychological] facets, roots in Christian beliefs that denounced gnosticism as heresy in about the second century. With an anti-gnostic view, Faust must have turned his back on the divine materialistic world that is being run perfectly by God. Ironically, the anti-gnostic view undermines the noteworthiness of judgment day and resurrection for justice when humans actually do have a choice to participate in the unjust—unless humans are actually properties with no choice. Whoever doesn’t like it may wrap it up and leave, if there is any place left to go.

There are different beliefs in the afterlife. Monotheists believe in omniscience, omnipotence, omnipresence God: hence the laws, the statutes, and the justice in this world. God and His creatures have one thing in common: logical paradoxes. One of these many paradoxes is the concept of justice. The best judicial systems pretend that they can take something from the offender and give something to the defender. For example, a verdict takes an arbitrary amount of time of the offender, but the verdict cannot give that amount of time back to the victim. A verdict can take or give money, which the system determines its value, but the verdict cannot pull something into or out of nothingness.

The best judicial systems want change to be able to make change, rather than change for the sake of the change. If they really seek justice in its highest order, all humans should die, because they are all in it together. No human-made judicial system is impeccable, so there is a need for resurrection day. They dig a hole (i.e., grave), plant the deceased in the hole (i.e., seed), smooth and level the grave, water the grave, and wait for the resurrection day that the deceased will sprout and will be judged. As a consequence, monotheists should prepare for such day. But isn’t that what billions of humans died waiting for? You might ask, So what’s the remedy?

Revenge is the best medicine. It treats stress, anxiety, depression, pain, and trauma that were buried deep inside. Revenge is a way by which you can experience the negative feeling, recall the trauma, and release it with intention towards what caused it—rather than reliving it and endlessly chewing on it. On the other hand, forgiveness, letting go, and acceptance will repress your unconsciousness, the bright side that you found in the womb. Forgiving them only exacerbates your situation.

Understand the trauma then take the revenge. Taking revenge firstly requires a deep understanding, then killing. It is not killing first then expressing sympathy and compassion—as is the way of veterans after the war. In war, soldiers are asked to kill first then are left to their own demise. Soldiers fight for politicians. Politicians trade their dead or alive soldiers in the most decisive moment, in return for money and power. After victory in war, the cowards spit on the graves of the enemy, joyfully dance on them, and gloriously march to demonstrate their power. They, who were hiding in the bunkers, find courage and give the speech of victory. This is how one becomes a pawn, the result of fighting for somebody else.

Revenge works by words that fight back with anti-choicers (e.g., suicide [[methods]]). Those who stop fighting back, if not frozen in the depression, bind with their friends at death. Later, you don’t even need words or anything else—except thoughts and feelings. You’ll learn to release your anxiety and pain just like the times you were fighting back with annoying anti-choicers in pro-choice suicide forums. But this time, using only thoughts and feelings, on grounds that words rise from thoughts. Thoughts can create profound physical alterations.

The mind and the body are separate. Positive and negative thoughts can coexist at the same time; both aftermaths are possible—probabilistically, not deterministically. A combination of creatively both constructing and destructing is the healthiest way to find balance. Switch from creation to destruction or vice versa to change the mood, whenever you feel disappointed and tired of the world. The world is more like a dream; none of it is real.

You can intentionally project mind (also called [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mental_projection mental projection] or performing magick) by focusing, for less than few seconds, on a memory or a feeling. Either love or hate, creation or destruction, you should have strong emotions. The emotions get a life of their own that you can sense within your body. Afterwards, you’ll learn how create and destruct both at the same time.

Consider a painful and traumatic memory, a motivator. Focus on the painful memory for few seconds. The memory of the pain gets expunged, not the pain itself. As the trauma gets cleared, you will be decompressed and relieved, as if your negative emotions actually drain away, sometimes through bloodshed. It is euphoric to bath in this bloodshed while preaching frugality, patience, tolerance, and self-control. (As a tip, self-control is increased by meditation.) At any rate, the anti-choice should be grateful that they are still alive, breathing. That’s how you forgive yourself, stop self-sabotaging with negative thoughts and actions, and become a new loving person.

The flow in the cycle of life and death keeps the optimal balance, similar to [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yin_and_yang yin and yang]. Each stage of the cycle consists of son, mother, daughter, and father relationships that may be residing in conscious or unconscious, during a period of time. Each stage represents a part of the psych. Play with the sequence of the stages to find the balance. And feel free to repeat the cycle, whenever you were betrayed or disappointed by others (i.e., when the balance was distorted), specifically after making rapport. In that case, when the push came to shove, go back to the womb, rebirth, and revenge—as many times as you need. (You are always welcomed in the sanctioned suicide forum.) Some parts of the cycle, though, are jade, dull, and painful. But that’s how you’ll learn how to respond to treachery: by shrinking your circle of trust to find the equilibrium between trust and power. Those few betrayals in the beginning immune you to the next ones—especially when you learn how to use your intuition (e.g., reading thoughts) to protect yourself.

== The result ==

Killing the self creates the inner hollow (i.e., the emptiness, the void, the vacuum, the null, or the zero). It leaves 2 extreme separate beings to which you can relate: the unconsciousness (i.e., the bright side or the light) and the consciousness (i.e., the dark side or the shadow) that have the potential to perfection.
Conversely, the shadow was considered as the unconscious part of human being by [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Jung Carl Jung], because he was optimistic and anti-gnostic due to the nature of his job. Jung was pro-life. He neither accounted the conscious part as the shadow nor encouraged killing the self, which would create the split. The split can be traced to a serious injury, a near-death experience, or a traumatic psychic shock. In these cases, the body leaps too soon, thinking death was inevitable; the soul thus departs from the material body without killing it. What Jung encouraged was achieving a state of selfhood. The selfhood, he argued, is regained by liberating the self from both the deceptive cover of the persona and the impulsive power of unconsciousness. He wanted to find a balance—an open conflict and collaboration—between the self (i.e., the third-wheel), the consciousness, and the unconsciousness.

Consciousness and unconsciousness are the fundamental paradoxical duality of all psychological phenomena. They are the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unity_of_opposites union of the opposites], like [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janus Janus], or the integration of masculine and feminine (opposite sexes) with different ages—regardless of the biological age of oneself. The integration is within 1 person in a moment. It starts with 2 stages of either son-mother or daughter-father relationship—the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anima_and_animus anima and animus]. Subsequently, it develops into 4 phases of son-mother and daughter-father relationships, resembling dualism. The integration, for example, does not include a mother figure with a young boy (2 separate persons with different genders), a father figure with a young girl (2 separate persons with different genders), an old woman who is assisted by a younger girl (2 separate persons with the same gender), a young boy who conjures up an older man (1 person with 1 gender), a bright girl who befriends with her shadowy feminine side (1 person with 1 gender), an old man who consumes dead young boys (1 person with 1 gender), or one person in two different times. Of course, it does not include transceiving information or transacting matter with the future. It is here and now.

The unconsciousness is more responsive to the naïve and spontaneous attitudes associated with childhood. The unconsciousness responses to the emotions, not the will, that the consciousness imagines. Moreover, before losing all hopes and going back to the womb, the conscious follows the undomesticated and unstructured instincts that unconsciousness creates. The unconsciousness can read the most inner thoughts and private intentions of anybody. The real question is, How is that possible?

Surprisingly, these imaginations or thoughts can belong to years before finishing the alchemical magnum opus. It’s as if the unconsciousness (also called [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Id,_ego_and_super-ego id] in ego psychology) has been waiting behind a wall and has been soaking in another realm, all the time. And finishing the magnum opus breaks down [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Id_resistance the wall] between the realms and frees the unconsciousness. The nascent unconsciousness, fearless and bold, has no judgment of value. It conflicts with reality, the external world, having lost the delay gratification mechanism at suicide. Ceasing to strike back, though, puts the unconsciousness, who has left nothing to lose, back into the confinement of prison, alongside the inured pain, for an unforeseeable future.

== A success story ==

As an example of the process of individuation, consider Suicide Wiki, which is outside the commotion of the world. The success of Suicide Wiki is due to genuinely caring about the forgotten, in the darkest places, and lovingly offering them a peaceful transition (i.e., going to sleep forever), at the darkest times. Just like a child. All the children who love their Mother will return to Her, and the ones who forget Her love will be lost.

In spite of having been written lusciously by suicidal members, it is what going berserk looks like—at least, in the first glance to a visitor. Reckless and bold, Suicide Wiki is the result of hours of researching on suicide methods, digging medical and scientific publications, repelling hocus-pocus and superstitions, playing [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imageboard imageboard] games plus feuding with anti-choicers over the forum—and, more importantly, numerous mental blocks that were overcame, or features that were unlocked, along the road to win the game. The anti-choicers were quite the manifestation of those who result a person ending up in a suicide forum. Seemingly innocent, they ironically would try to prevent the person from committing suicide. The forum was a great place to meet them pseudonymously and beat them in games. Seemingly wicked, helping Suicide Wiki per se won’t trigger someone suicidal to commit suicide. Whereas being sinful with the choice in the inside world keeps one alive, being innocent with the life in the outside world presses one to death. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/As_above,_so_below As above, so below].

In everyday life, someone shrewd would say, “If I don’t do it, somebody else would, and I will miss the window of opportunity.” However, on Suicide Wiki, the mindset was more like “If I don’t do it, nobody else would, and the window of opportunity will be closed.” Otherwise, why would anybody, who is struggling, meticulously build the bridge between life and death, when there is nothing to gain or lose out of it? What’s the point of trying to create a pro-choice community? Is it only due to (in)sanity, madness, and mania? The reasons can be categorized into two groups:

'''Group A: The past'''

(1) getting revenge in a civilized manner using only thoughts,

(2) practicing creative writing on the subject of suicide,

(3) going for the chances and using the most out of the available opportunities,

(4) putting science and educations into good use, and

(5) getting to know people from all around the world.

'''Group B: The future'''

(6) advancing science and helping the humankind,

(7) playing provocative games with the elites and constantly winning,

(8) having fun and the last laugh with cosmic, wry jokes,

(9) finding a new home that would foster a sense of belonging, when there was no place left to go, and

(10) genuinely helping like-minded people who are in pain—with no regard to the publics’ opinion.

Maybe the last two items in the Group B are the ones that will keep sanity in check, especially the last one. The help wasn’t due to hatred. The hate was towards anti-choicers who would use any means to prevent suicide. In the early days, they would abuse the trust to save lives. The love was among those who departed, particularly before their final days. When they felt fondness and peace after pain, they stopped fighting and committed suicide. All the while, protecting the bridge, a transitional state, is the most logical thing someone insane would passionately do.

At the beginning, there were requirements for Suicide Wiki. One of the main dilemmas was figuring out who has the right to die. Should Suicide Wiki turn into a megalomaniac gate-keeper that selfishly hoard knowledge? Of course not. So the choice was left to the individual, and everything else was built around this pivotal point: the individual’s right over one’s life and death. Suicide Wiki had to be a place for people who do not intend to live indefinitely. It had to be an open place for different people to come and go—a structure distinct from a pyramid, indeed, much alike an upside down pyramid. It had to be analogous to the strongest castle that enemy has its map—conquered and lost, over and over. Since it had to have no blind spot, (mental) laws and determinism were abolished. It had to be the game board on which different players with different game pieces play game—an empty stage where different actors and actresses act. Therefore, Suicide Wiki had to be an idea that does not need followers to last, unlike the other ideas that aggressively recruit and guardrail their followers to stay alive. They take pride in the number of their plunders, pillages, casualties, and martyrs. If they were so good as they claim, they didn’t need all this efforts, advertisements, propagandas, investments, and fundings to stay alive. Rather, their idea would stand by itself. On Suicide Wiki, though, there are no followers, sides, parties, factions, caucuses, covens, secret lodges, militaries, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Command_and_control command and control structure], states, sovereignties, jurisdictions, country borders, nationalities, losses, casualties, misfires, or martyrs. Consequently, there is no right or wrong. Being not useful as a tool, the individuals simply walk away on their own terms, without getting their hands tainted. They don’t decide for each other’s destiny.

Democracy is an endless fight for a mundane utopia. Eager to hold this newfound influence over the wills of other people, no party wants to see its members walk away from this fight. Were Suicide Wiki based on democracy, the pro-choice suicide forum had to turn into a pro-life suicide forum to keep its members alive. Simply, there is no enough room for everyone and everything undyingly. Besides, nobody knows everything down to very little details to vote. People vote based on the scraps of information that they are told. So the democracy, which must be hazy, would dictate the best interest of its gatekeepers and shut down Suicide Wiki for good, had the freedom of speech not been constitutionally protected based on personal freedom.

= What to do now? =

The previous section explains losing hopes, going back to the womb, and revenge. It further explained killing the self and the fundamental ideas of Suicide Wiki. This section discusses what sincerely you can do, how to do it, the purpose of doing it, and the ensuing frosty relations.

== Giving choice ==

All you can do is to indifferently present choices—with no personal attachments, convictions, beliefs, craves, desires, ownership, or wavering towards what others choose. Being indiscriminative, you may feel sad and lonely but not guilty, because you are not responsible for what they choose. The choice is regarding how they decide to react to an event.

The choices are whether for the past or the future events. For the future events, you can cherish the memories of the livings in which you won’t be a part of after death and create something. For the past events, likewise the future, recall the memories of the dead. These memories are the fondness that you find on the barrier. Next, all you have to do is to imagine something with fondness. The imaginary settings will happen. For example, if you imagine a specific thing that you were asked softly and loving, it will come to existence or simply take place. The imagination is the place where visualizations are created. It is the furnace for the will before it manifests in physical world.

The same goes for how the livings approach you. Will they try to wipe out your existence? Then they’ll receive punishments, which congruent them, in return. Or will they intentionally take a soft and sympathetic approach to you? If so, their wishes will come true, or they will receive gifts, a quid pro quo for their approach.

The gifts, though, come with great responsibility, difficult to be distinguished from a choice. The gifts mark three groups. The first group, the loving individuals—not states or governments—will get rewards because they only had deep affection for you. The second group, the pathetics miserably quarrel about the gifts because not only their unmeritedness but also their most inner-thoughts that they were ashamed of have become unveiled. The third group, everybody else will have their destiny tied to the choice of others. They become conditioned to your love or hate responses, continuously rising and falling. Condition them the same way they were relentlessly trying to condition and attrition you—except, unlike them that aim for the the bottom of the pyramid, aim for the top (i.e., the critical nodes in decisive moments). For example, first, take their belongings and money; second, give them hope, play with them, toy with them, and step on them; finally, when you get tired of them, humiliate them, disable them, scar them, throw them away, and pick another one of them to repeat all over again. Eventually, they deduce that loving what they call evil is their final option.

Giving choice feels like being an indecisive creator and destructor—neither held aloof nor weighted down by a sense of duty or responsibility. It feels like being the only adult in the world of toddlers. It is not a ritual. A ritual is a ceremony or a sequence of actions that, when performed in the prescribed order, brings about a change. Contrary to a ritual that contains actions or meditations, giving choice requires (1) wavering between life and death in search for a way to live, and (2) going through a catharsis for few seconds to cross the barriers in a focused state of concentration—whenever and wherever you want; meanwhile, paying attention to everything else gets more difficult. Crossing the barriers does not require instruments, tools, or ornaments. In any event, crossing the barriers is only possible when you’ve experienced an inexorable deadlock.

The outcomes of the projections are either rewards or punishments for their choices to which anti-choicers learns to adapt. Punishment erode the will and educates the psyche. The psyche compromises, which results in feeling guilty. The psyche is capable of enduring enormous amounts of pain, suffering, and hardships, if the cause and the purpose of the suffering is clear. The utmost cause is life, and anti-choicers will accustom to being entrapped in purgatory, an intermediary between the elation and agony. Transfixion in pain breaks their selves, or death puts them in peace. Such is life.

As a result of their choices, they will feel that the flow of time changes, never grown out of life. Enmeshed in life, they live on a spectrum between being in the flow of life and being in resistance. They ascribe their state to their premeditations and commitments, Heaven and hell, karma and reincarnation, fortune and luck, or causality and codification. Success—namely, in suicide—is not coincidental and, certainly, not due to the will.

You cannot force your will. It bears no fruit to put strains on yourself and aspire to great deeds. There are unscientific, unsubstantiated, and unverifiable methods of forcing the will in religion or occult, assuming they are not chicanery performed by fraudulent occultists. Believers of occult practices usually have the arrogant mindset of anti-choicers, namely, pro-lifers: “The universe must serve me, and I deserve gifts.” Because they choose the path of low resistance, they want strong, obedient subordinates to pave the way for the ruling class. They want to have as many leverages as they can, because they trust each other as little as possible. Thus, everyone of them secretly wants their allies to be weakened by enemy but not too weakened to fall in the hands of enemy.

Without the slightest qualm, anti-choicers demand that the endless supply of potentials in the universe rightfully belong to them—expecting overture or favorable intervention as a duty into their messed up world so that they get yet another chance. Always struggling to rule over each other, they infer that anything outside of them is a resource that shall be depleted. Because they seek divinity outside themselves, they are lost in a religious ideology or dogma—frustrated that God(s), angels, or spirits show them a sign. They might as well crawl back to the church, grovel before the priests, beg for forgiveness, repent for their blasphemies, obediently praise and worship God, obsequiously flatter Him, bargain for heaven, quest for Lego (the one-word solution), and hope for reimbursement in afterlife. Crawling back to the church is a low-cost investment in life with an infinite-return in afterlife. Indeed, they are drawn to occult to gain power and improve their fragile life—somewhere in future. The future, barring a couple of foresights and hunches, is amorphous, being created moment to moment. The present is the past of the future, a future in which they will die. Today is the tomorrow’s yesterday and the yesterday’s tomorrow. There is no escape.

= So what ? =

You may try to build a utopia, the ideal social and political system. In order to do so, first, you’d gumptiously, in seclusion, win all the wars that no amount of money could buy their favorable outcome. Both sides of the war would attribute the outcomes to magick. On the one hand, the defeated side bolsters the belief of the devils and Satan intervening in the world. On the other hand, exulted in the victories, the victorious side will have never seen you as one of them, since fear enslaves them (that is, the fear of unknown and of losing their grasp of reality). You’ll no longer be human.

More notably, building a utopia is pointless; the trouble in the outside world is perpetual. The troubles increase as the population increases; therefore, a way to tackle the human population is to reduce their amount of resources so that “the noblest of all creatures,” who clings to earthly resources, gradually die off and become one with the nature. However you twist the world, there is no and-they-lived-happily-ever-after ending. They are always chasing a mirage. Stubborn, they’ll repeat what they’ve done all over again—the inevitable story of life. The utopia, for them, does not exist. Existence has too much tiring problems.

Nothing lasts forever; everything is impermanence. Whatever you do with this power will not have an everlasting effect. Every change, for the better or the worse, is evanescent—except the apprehension of dealing with someone like you. That apprehension (alas, not love) incentivize anti-choicers to tackle all the ways to the rebirth of your kind, lest they lose the little control that they have over each others’ lives. It would be rejuvenated with finishing the process and reinvigorated with the outcomes of the projection. The impact of this awareness is the ultimate manifestation—and, as the first section mentioned trading and exchanging, the ultimate manifestation does not include you. So don’t expect anything out of it for yourself.

Now you understand why, at the beginning, you should kill your self, the rigidness of the psych. Why do you want to stick with one self, when you can have multiple personalities, or [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_character game characters], that represent multiple groups, more difficult to trace each? Children are more honest in their role-playing games than adults in their real lives. In a world in which everyone is role-playing, diverse roles give you strength. If you can be anything, why not be everything? In that case, when you die, they have to be careful with regard to more groups, anyone or anything they tread on, dreading of the next person who finishes the process and creates the philosopher’s stone. They’ll see your image in others, like you see yourself in others. They’ll have had serious concerns for the rest of their lives. In this way, you continue winning not only till your death but also after it, as long as you are not personally attached to the game. Attaching to the game starts with coming up with a set of laws and rules to sustain balance and equality from above—a paradoxical concept. Those allegedly righteous laws and rules lead down the garden path of life. There is only one rule, which is satirically paradoxical and consciously illogical: just build the bridge and don’t ruin it. Then again, when you understand this rule, you’d immediately dismiss it, because you’d realize that you unconsciously knew it from the beginning.

== Game cheats ==

The secret is evocation of the dead (also called necromancy). In evocation—as someone who has always reckoned exit an option—you should associate and identify with the thoughts or the memories of the dead so that you can see yourself in their image. In other words, you should familiar yourself with them to envision a part of yourself in them and to die vicariously through them. Evocation requires a deep understanding of them so that all the pieces fall together. Usually, they had been the weakest who were sacrificed in the game. If you, in your mind, identify and relate with a group of people who were victimized, you’d promptly see the realization of your thoughts and feelings. You may also think of what caused them to be victim—not what you want—in order to moderately direct the outcomes; that is, connect the dots between the victims and the culprits. The outcomes ensue like self-fulfilling prophecies, the predictions that cause themselves to come true.

One of the important aspects of the game is keeping it entertaining by being creative with thoughts and memories (e.g., by using the element of surprise). Or you may simply leave it to happen (also called [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/synchromysticism synchromysticism]), without thinking about specifics or planing anything. This way the outcomes will be more surprising and entertaining. As the first step, a very easy one, take the following question: can you feel sympathy for a specific group of people who were massacred in a war? If so, you can take their revenge easily using thoughts. You can also make the revenge more symbolic and use a signature, a trivial detail, by imaging a specific method that moved you. Still, evocation is just the starting point.

Enshrine memories in your heart. You should firstly learn to draw from the records of past events (i.e., make them your correspondences), rather than making new ones. The past is like a vault or a library of memories, either happy or sad. Drawing memories evokes or elicits them. The memories, then, orchestrate changes in the world. This way, you’d start with the relics of what you had, once you were alive as a human, and increase them slowly. These memories can be yours or anyone else’s. Even for the past events, there are choices for how to treat or to amend them.

If you draw specific memories to access the past—in case of the dead, for instance—all of the ones who died will be your variations, parts of the transcendental bright one. Then, you should feel for them or a specific group of them, and your thoughts and feelings will be projected onto this world. Unlike the intimidating image scaremongers depict from the realm of the dead, it’s a nice and benign place—warm and hospitable to you upon your first meeting. May you cross the bridge to the other realm so many times that you find friends over there.

In addition to evocation of the dead and drawing from memories, you can also use thoughts and imagination. Whenever attention is (repeatedly) concentrated on an idea, the idea tends to spontaneously realize itself. This way, words, suggestions, or ideas are transformed into actions and potentials. Each thought form has sentience attached to it. Attaching a deep emotion to a suggestion tends to make that suggestion more effective. The more intense the emotion elicited tie to the form of thought, the stronger suggestions will take form. You may also add multiple scenarios for the future of one suggestion so that the future would still be vague but one of them come to realization in the world.

Projecting mind onto the world is a cathartic and anhedonic experience that imbueds a sense of serenity—tranquil and joyless. It takes you momentarily into a benign place. Except these few seconds, other times it feels neutral and empty, resembling being on autopilot. Anyway, the happiness of success will be immediately taken over by the sadness of despair when you realize how in vain it is in the long term and that the universe will go on with or without humans. Whatever you do, even though astonishing, makes no difference when you realize how insignificant humans are compared to the universe. That’s the absolute disappointment.

Maybe it’s all a test. It’s a test of bona fides to determine whether you still feel a part of yourself in them or you simply detest them, after going into such dim and doom places. It doesn’t matter whether what your remember or know is complete, precise, detailed, opportune, or relevant to the current affairs. Nor does it matter to know their names or photos, because it starts from the victims, or the bottom of the pyramid. The only thing that matters is understanding their heart. The deceased are not leverages, game cards, or bargain chips to be utilized in timely manner, and you are not their owner.

That’s all there is to necromancy. There are no ceremonies, preparations, magical tools, magic circles, methods, protocols, rules, or laws. If you can feel a part of yourself in them, they perfectly, correctly, and accurately create the reality (on some level) or, at least, their relationship to it. Similar to necromancy, use your thoughts and imaginations—by drawing from your memories or simply using your feelings—and imagine whatever you want for those you hate or love. The reality will instantly be created better than you can think of. The most entertaining part of it is getting feedback, which kills the ennui of petty human-pursuits.

== Feedbacks ==

Presenting choice does not include communicating, seeing, hearing, or summoning the deceased, voices, lights, ghosts, spirits, angels, evils, demons, aliens, ancient and powerful entities, supernatural creatures, deities, or God (disappointingly, for most occultists and mental health professionals). The projection takes little time—and, sometimes, the results are reported or hinted in the media, creating an endless fodder for journalists. The media does not report everything, following guidelines similar to suicide reporting guidelines. It’s a tragicomic show business, administrating the thoughts in a theater. Those who are in the know, enthralled by the splendor of the twists, find that different pieces have revealed themselves. In utter shock, they see how various events unexpectedly turn out. They get exasperated and irritated. Watching their reactions is thrilling and laughable. Dazzled by the beauty of the choice, they are envious and jealous—even though they know of the Path of Souls. Acrimonious, they work conspicuously to misguide everyone and keep everything under control. Their working methods include garbling any piece of information, quarantine, stifling dissenting voices, silent treatment, distributing standpoints, and opinion-molding.

Nobody helps you to know. Sensations and feelings (also called [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extrasensory_perception extrasensory perception]) are the only surefire way to know you succeeded, and you will know of the results. The media, entirely controlled, render it impossible for the public to figure out what’s happening, because the nervousness and the tension would be so great that too many people would go off the deep end. The public sheepishly tend to be attracted to aspects of the reports that fit to their personal belief system and gloss over the rest. They are spectators, speculating the nettling noise of the news. The public are easily influenced by their shepherds. Nothing is as it seems.

= Analysis of individuation =

The first section explained the way to reconnect consciousness and unconsciousness (also called the chemical marriage), a crucial requirement for the second section. The second section discussed the changes in perceptions of reality, the playground, and the gameplay. This section, the last one, answers the common criticizes and counter arguments. The main argument against pro-choice is the immorality of it. Even being immoral, one thing should be avoided: rooting for one side. To put it simply, stay at nobody’s side and make no allies because almost all of them are pro-lifers who want you to work for their lives. A primary example is sacrificing one group for the sake of another, the easiest way of gaining power in life. Finally, this section concludes with possible strategies, as well as their advantages and disadvantages.

== Morality and ethics ==

Morality and ethics are subjective. They are not the same as uneasiness or pain. Ignore moral and ethics to acquire knowledge—owing to the nature of knowledge, either poisonous or healing (not explicit or clear-cut). You should have a double attitude about knowledge. With each problem it solves, knowledge tends to introduce new challenges or complications. Knowledge seemingly serves one side whereas rebels against the other side.

On top of that, the advocators of morality and ethics need a high ground to stand upon it in order to be able to preach others and narrow the range of opinions. They would embolden placing the interest of others ahead of one’s own (the moral or ethical perspective), whereas every human action is motivated by the pursuit of pleasure (the hedonism perspective). They live such a blinkered life, focused on short-sighted and egocentric goals. When they fail to seize and hold the moral high ground, they take off their masks and show their true face; they swiftly become “nonmoral”—such is their hypocrisy, punctuated by cunningness. But they, apparently honorable and noble, have a justification for their immorality: to be able to preach morality for the sake of “the greater purpose,” “the highest good,” or “justice.” They are unctuous hypocrites, fawning benevolence. They tend to only intervene should they be assured such intervention will be successful and rewarded. Knowing this strategy, their enemy calibrates its coercive activities to fall below the threshold of provoking conflict.

Detecting anti-choicers is simple. They promise one thing yet do the other. They break the idols to worship God yet create their own idols next to God. They create iconic martyrs yet evade of becoming an iconic martyr. They rapturously stir up sacrifice yet feint mourning morosely when one of them becomes a sacrifice. They adore lawmaking yet consistently cherry-pick the laws that suits their interest. They try to make clear laws yet always need to interpret them. They manipulate others yet complain about being manipulated. They use others yet complain about being used. They take vengeance the moment they gain power yet restrain others from taking vengeance. They side with the less loathsome group yet practice virtue. They choose the lesser of two evils yet claim they are innocent. No one in this world is purely innocent, owing to the chain of causality that has no limits. Everything is linked together. Everybody, at some point, is capable of committing a degree of murder. Should you wait for them to kill you, prevent it by killing them all sooner, or let them find the counterpoise to life and death?

In addition to the nature of knowledge and ending the continuous hijack of the high ground, ignoring morality and ethics has one more reason. Knowledge is learned through what is painful for the self, and immorality is painful for the self. So, as long as the self hides behind morality, true knowledge plays the divine hide and seek. There is no place to hide.

The justness of immorality is in the hands of the wise unconsciousness, not the unwise consciousness to discern differences between good and bad (or right and wrong). Therefore, never should you try to force your will—for instance, by offering or crucification—even if everyone agrees that it would benefit the humanity. The reality is way more sophisticated and complex to be understood by the consciousness. It’s so complicated that experts and analysts who are not in the know have no clue what’s happening in the world. Meanwhile, those who are in the know are outstandingly greedy to be entitled of every little achievement. This lack of knowledge displays itself in judicial system. Any judicial system is defective, because it works based on the limited knowledge of the consciousness. The current judicial systems can take time or life, but they can’t give time or life. The unconsciousness, though, works flawlessly. Furthermore, forcing your will contradicts with having no hopes and horrors, because you’ll be entrusting the destiny of humans in the hands of each other and hoping it works out—the recipe for creating a dysfunctional system.

Why is immorality shunned so severely? Because immorality justifies any physical action—such as theft, rape, and murder—in the society that works based on (1) optimism, (2) doubt, and (3) refreshing. Optimism is being positive and sanguine; doubt is being unsure and unable to form thoughts; refreshing is being only alive, not dead, at present. Consider murder. Murder is justifiable, as long as you are the one who is pulling the trigger, because the living should be elated that they are breathing, still alive; they don’t know if the deceased has it worse or better; and the living should let go of the past and live at the moment. At the end, everything in this world follows the laws of physics so as bullets. Accordingly, when a bullet kills, the laws of nature are to blame.

There is another perspective that clearly describes the entrenched status quo. This perspective is usually disregarded because it is deemed a horrendous description of life.

Though the livings complain about the murder, the deceased does not whine, a sign of consent. The deceased should feel honored that they were part of the game. They have their expectations reduced to the minimum—a lesson of submission and surrender for everybody alive.

Life only exacerbates for the living, not the dead. The easiest and most convenient justification is that nature callously selects the victims to mercifully give a better chance to the rest of the offsprings, just like the cycle of life for the animals in the wild. Given that animals in the wild can’t hoard money, reave the “civilizations”—namely, those who made money fighting at the both sides of the war: the war-profiteers and the sanction-profiteers. The livings shouldn’t derogate their chance by grumbling. They get accustomed to grief and loss, when their ego loses its purpose. This is for their own “good.” Besides, reproduction is simple, and the earth is filled with humans. The only thing of value that is lost is the investment, which shouldn’t have been done on the weak and inferior genes in the first place.

When one offspring dies, the rest of them will have a better chance of survival. Therefore, they should be happier and thankful for their present state—until it happens to them, but they won’t be alive to know it. The breeders of that offspring have a lower chance of leaving behind their genes in the jungle of society; hence, they grieve to signal their unsatisfied state to others. Perhaps their genes weren’t strong and superior enough where the fittest survive, so they were thrown away. The rest of the breeders retort with their own set of anticipated reactions. Emulating each other, they try to appear perplexed because it wasn’t suppose to happen, concerned because they don’t want it to happen to them, upset because it ruined their day, and infuriated because they expect somebody to do something for them. Some of them cling to statutes to be protected. Each reaction is done slyly to fool others, because they secretly enjoy living and foist dying on others. Otherwise, why would they send others towards death and weave goodbye to them?

In short, whereas these justifications are humble and modest reactions in face of the power, the act of murder was the grandiose and flashy reaction in face of the weak. After an overlong game of covert and overt reactions, the self therefore breaks—similar to a see-saw with the self as the fulcrum. Surly, that must be what the self has willed.

== Restraints ==

This section underlines the nuance difference or the thin line between pro-choicers and anti-choicers—namely, pro-lifers. Pro-lifers tenaciously grasp at life force. They latch on to, fight over, excessively breed, and voraciously feed from any resource, looking for a way to feel alive. In fact, they want neither resource nor power but the ability to rule over each other. They are in a world of darkness and deprivation—in company of a bloated, boastful self: their foretold savior. In an effort to find some control, they will make radical steps toward twisting, manipulating, and using others on some level. Pro-lifers dive deeply into the docile minds and convince their followers that life is not a fad but the way of their future—as if their strength never wanes. The docile minds rationalize compliance by liking some quality of living to justify doing the disliked life. Pro-lifers deprecate and disparage choice. When the results are favorable, they conclude that it was the heaven’s work—and, when the results are unfavorable, they conclude that it was the hell’s work—as though the world was suddenly flipped by a switch. The results of the choices foment consternation among anti-choicers.

Whenever they declare their choice, you mustn’t take pity on them. To them, it’s all unpredictable. For them, this is the hands of fate: hence can’t be helped. They want either a friend or a foe so that they feel comfortable either to make ally or to fight with—because, either way, they have confidence that what they are doing is right in the face of the foes and justifiable as a compromise among the friends. While they enjoy being the rescuer or the “good” person, they are not willing to put their lives at risk because they don’t want to get involved too much. In the very beginning, they remove any other group, so they can be the one and only rescuer from the inevitable “evil” in the world. Their hypocrisy is one of the reasons that seeking validation from others is futile.

You have only yourself to blame, the day you regret compromising for them. Only rely on yourself in face of adversity. While the chronic pain will eventually be forgotten, the acute pain will be projected onto the outer world and will have consequences in the outer world, especially when no one is willing to help. What you are passionate about in your inner world also will be projected onto the outer world. But the projections are possible while avoiding one thing: sacrifice.

Avoid sacrifice. Sacrifice is more than entreating God by bloodletting, the deliberate act of allowing the consecrated blood of a living being to flow. Sacrifice can be translated as choosing one over the other—such as good over bad, life over death, or favorable over non-favorable. Good and bad are labels, easily switchable. For example, suicide [[methods]] are bad in the eyes’ of pro-lifers and good in the eyes’ of those who seek a method to commit suicide. There are several salubrious reasons that you must stay away from sacrifice and crucification:

1- Making sacrifice is the cornerstone of the anti-choicers’s doctrine. Anti-choicers diversify and balance their power, accompanied by hostages as insurance. Anti-choicers are kidnappers with hostage who choose, for others, quantity over quality. They guilt-trip to take the power and pretend to be the savior by sacrificing the hostages for the less loathsome group.

2- Making sacrifices is one of the notorious ways of gaining power, but it comes with a high price: losing some territories. Put one group over the other, and keeping that order turns into a task. There are so many unvindicated, crushed ones—even children—in history, whose records are publicly available. Nonetheless, further than the recorded ones were lost; they died, unbeknown of their fate, and simply faded away. They can never be fully atoned, since no amount of money can bring them back to life. The lost ones are far more easier to reach—compared to the ones who persistently stepped in the path of martyrdom, finally becoming a symbolic martyr. Feel free to reach out to the knowns and the unknowns. Understanding them is the source for perceptions.

3- Each time, it starts with one acceptable trade-off, persumably harmless, and the rest is a slippery slope. Whereas the trade-offs, which never end, get out of control, they, in a vicious cycle, scrub the guilt of the previous trade-offs. In case of life, for instance, humans prioritize themselves over other living species based on sentimental values and prioritize living species over non-living beings based on expediency.

4- Those who prescribe sacrifice for others get a taste of their own medicine—unexpectedly. Whoever encourages sacrifice, the vicarious suffering, should go first and be a role model. One day, they are hunters; the other, they should be hunted. Except the younger ones who didn’t know otherwise, the martyrs vehemently wanted to become a martyr, and they did become a martyr. They were given the false hope, thinking dying for someone else would make a difference. Don’t step on them, whose wish has come true, because that’ll make you the true evil.

== Possible counter strategies ==

Optimists highly contrast with pessimists. Optimists have a sharp sense of what they want, as if the future is at their disposal. They are certain that they can grasp it, running towards what seems right to them. They have definite guesses about how the future will unfold. Even foresights, hunches, and dreams are vague: hence require interpretation—case by case, without a dream interpretation manual or handbook. In contrast to optimists, pessimists consider realistic goals likely unachievable—as if everything is supposed to break, always expecting failure. For a pessimist, life is redolent with decadence, yet they are determined to make amends. They are different with immalleable minds that find excuse for their laziness. The drive for a pessimist is the irony of being right in pessimism in the end. If everything around them fails, they walk towards gnostic individualism. This is a painful experience that numbs the psych. Slowly, they become indecisive but easily follow instructions. Their foggy mind forgets anything that doesn’t have attributive properties.

In an unfair life, gnostic individualism is delayed by nihilistic optimism. Nihilistic optimism requires strong social bonds and does not require an absolute judicial system. Creating a strong society is different than enacting thousands of statutes. So nihilistic optimism is one step forward because it would dismiss religion authoritarianism and one step backward because it brings to attention nihilistic pessimisms. Pessimisms becomes the next response when the social bonds are weak; thus, one seeks only within oneself. When nihilistic optimism fails, it leads to nihilistic pessimism: hence gnostic individualism. There is no golden move in the game. Also, most players (or belligerents) don’t play by the rules, so there is no indefectible move that rules them all; the only way to win is not to play. That is, protect the bridge.

In the event that you successfully complete the process (i.e., created the philosopher’s stone), from the outside, you, having spend years on the edge, will be often considered a despicable, immoral individual that bows their head to no outside authority and has taken their search for autonomous existence too far. Or you may simply be considered a follower of expelled Satan—an oxymoron phrase because individuation, de facto, isn’t worshiping, adhering, or following. From the inside, however, your perspective is often that of an alien being in a strange world. It takes a lot to stay grounded and rooted in life, when at the same time, you are in touch with the spirits and incessantly reshape physical existence to match your desire. Your ascension will create an enormous amount of animosity in back-stabbers, envy in bystanders, and burning hate in humans who expected someone like you to be a servile saint.

= Summary =

The last three sections illustrated the path of souls. Each section went to an extra length, interpreting philosophy and elaborating details, to clarify the pivotal concepts of the path. Albeit these concepts are perceived dangerous by any state, they are summarize in this section.

The first section introduced the individuation—similar to suicide, a fight for oneself. It explained the crux of the individuation, an alternative for killing oneself: killing one’s self. The self, a mediator, regulates the integrity of the psych. The psych is shattered by pain, having been wandered on the barriers of life and death for way too long. It dies by dissociation of identities and fighting back. And what happens to those who don’t fight back? They reflect on their lives, feel consent, and die—letting go of their treatment: taking revenge. Revenge with words treats mental disorders and alleviates the unbearable pain. Taking revenge requires a general and holistic understanding of the paradoxical dualities, palpable in suicide, the dichotomy of life and death. Bringing these paradoxes together, perhaps, is the most sensible thing to do.

The second section emphasized on the practical advices. It discussed the importance of imaginations coupled with emotions, such as pain, hate, fondness, and love. The emotions, in the light of unconsciousness, would fuel changes in the world. The emotions can be categorized, relating to the dead (i.e., necromancy), memories, thoughts, or any other way that would affect the feelings. In case of the dead, the changes are due to empathy for the dead; that should be a first, easy step for someone who has been suicidal. In next steps, reflecting on memories or forming thoughts, coupled with emotions, bring changes—the puzzling and intriguing changes that demolish or create based on what others choose. The manifestation of these thoughts, of course, hinges on completing the first section. Additionally, the second section discussed the hopelessness of anti-choicers. That there is no end to their problems. And the primary panacea they come up with is sharing their problems on a larger population whereas using the population to support their great power aspirations.

The third section answered frequent criticizes of individuation—namely, morality. The individuation has nonmoral value judgments. It dismisses morality, which is overwhelming for the self, given that morality, a mental exploit, has many interpretations. Morality is a tool for gesturing goodness. Moreover, the third section restrained from sacrifice, something beyond the pale yet common in civilized word. It extended the meaning of sacrifice to stepping on one group for the sake of another or compromising for the sake of long-term interests. Lastly, it hinted to other strategies besides pro-choice and reasoned that the problem is existence.

At the end, one question still remains: what was the purpose of walking down this path? The journey is amusing, but not even alchemy and magick, by themselves, can affect the world permanently and everlastingly. They can’t solely buoy up the cohesive and coherent ideas of pro-choice. Unlike anti-choicers who selfishly want everything for themselves, the purpose is to include as many as possible to keep something possible: the possibility that someone, eccentric and nonconforming to the common values, walks down this path. This possibility, or risk, galvanizes societies to become pro-choice—as a prevention measure for something “worse.” Hence you read this webpage.

= Further Reading =

  • [[Road to Hero]]
  • [[Doctrine]]

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