The Psychopaths Bible

The Psychopath's BibleFor the Extreme Individual

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Pages:224 pages


In the most of the world, psychopaths have gotten a bad rap. That, of course, is quite understandable since almost all of the world's religious and social philosophies have little use for the individual except as a tool to be placed in service to their notion of something else: "God," or the "collective," or the "higher good" or some other equally undefinable term. Only rarely, such as in Zen; in Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism; in some aspects of Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism; and in some schools of Existentialism, is the individual considered primal. Here, finally, is a book which celebrates, encourages and educates the best part of ourselves — The Psychopath.

This second revised edition includes over 100 pages of new "workbook" material including exercises, "tests" and techniques.

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Numerous professional editors (i.e., pencils for hire) have refused to assist in the editing of this book. I ask myself why?

Their answer is, that by participating in the publication of this book, they would be helping "to dim the light of civilization." What they really mean is that they are horrified at the prospect of exposing the inherent hypocrisy of most human behavior.

What these professionals seem unable to consider is that the light of civilization is the result of individuals who are capable of inventing light bulbs and turning on the switches. Put another way, all that is best is the result of the aristocracy of spirit which faces the facts and refuses to become confused by the illusion of complexity.

Like any patient in need of an operation I asked my surgeons (editors) to apply all their skill and knowledge toward beautifying this project. But instead of a healthy excision here and there they have concluded that this book is itself a cancer which must be cut out at all costs. What this means is that this book can't be beautified for it is itself the cure of the cancer which pays them.

Of course, if I had labeled this book differently and had been indirect in what I said there would have been no problem. This, then, is the first lesson of this book: never say exactly what you mean if you want the cooperation of the coward. No matter how pathetic, everyone is looking out for their best interests. For most people, their best interests consist of not being punished. Few play to win. They play to be safe while feeling morally superior to the winners.

Also these professionals can't handle, without facing a collapse of their spirit, that you can't improve something that is not designed to be improved — except by radical reconstructive genetic "surgery." You can toss all the money in the world into the pit of the eternal fire of stupidity, and all it will do is burn.

University degrees are in disrepute because they deserve to be. Mediocrity reigns. We even lack real people to hate. Lies, deceit and symbols have taken the place of the sword and the gun. Man is a bad animal and worse as a God. What other creature needs holidays to remind him of what to feel and when?

The Christian-Judaic attempt to make a human out of man has failed. What has emerged are two things: 1. The Web Page (but, no matter what one says, the Web is still the home of the Spider) and 2. The Manipulator. He is the fetus who refused to abort.

He is about to happen to you...

* * *

There is a lot of slop in life. You can make a ton of mistakes, be the biggest screwup and still survive, even succeed. Don't let anyone fool you about this. There are millions — billions — of people who believe all kinds of lies and still do well. Some people believe the truth and are utter failures. Life is tolerant, even stupidly so.

What you are about to read is an exposition on how "everything" in the world works. While illustrative and vivid, this small book only touches on the intricacies of the major concepts of control, manipulation and torture which are the major pastimes of mankind.

But I assure you, my dear reader, that "touching" on these subjects may be all you need. You may either feel exhilarated and seek to fill in the blank spaces yourself, or the "touch" of this little book may fill you with such disgust and loathing that you will smash every mirror in your house and pledge to assassinate the author.

Instead of the latter, however, may this small book slowly and directly lead the reader through the workings of the human condition.

Remember, the principles contained herein are applicable to mega-corporations, governments, societies of every kind, families and, of course, you. So, read on at your own risk.

The reader should keep in mind that this book is explicit and pulls no punches. Some readers will be very offended by many of the ideas in this book while others will sadly or joyously shake their head in affirmation and seek out the author for personal instruction and guidance. If you do so, be sure to bring a good check.

I wrote this book as a summary of the observations of a well-trained psychologist and social philosopher and, while I am well aware that my personal reputation will suffer in the sterile world of academia, I joyfully make this sacrifice for the honor of sharing my insights and conclusions with hopefully kindred spirits.

As you read this book, keep in mind that you are sharing the secrets of the great "bosses" and kings of all time and, while these secrets might offend you, they do control you. So my reader, read well.

Editorial Reviews

Do not take anything in this book literally! Wait, on second thought, take it all literally!

Joseph Matheny author of Ong's Hat the Beginning and Game Over?

Be warned! This book not only bites, it will chew off your fingers and claw out your eyeballs.

Phil Hine author of Condensed Chaos

Inspires both insight and paranoia. Provides useful techniques and reveals what techniques others may be using on you.

Doug Grant

Close to the top of our index of prohibited books.

Peter Carroll author of PsyberMagick

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About the Authors

Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D.

Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D. was trained in psycho-physiology and clinical psychology. As a research scientist he has published numerous peer-reviewed articles in professional journals and was a Research Fellow at the University of Toronto and the University of Southern California. He fled the world of academia and state sponsored psychology to become an explorer of the human mind... creating such devices as the Radical Undoing Series. He is now a world-famous author of a wide variety of books, CDs, and DVDs on post-modern psychology, sex, tantra, kundalini and mysticism... and an advocate of brain exploration.

Nick Tharcher

Nick Tharcher was one of the founders of Falcon Press and has contributed to and edited many of Falcon's titles.