I've been reprogramming my body/mind by reading Prometheus Rising and am having excellent results.
Just curious who out there has done this and if they have any tips or tricks to help me accelerate these changes
Promethius rising is well worth a read every year or two... it takes multitple tries to get the process right. (perhaps lifetimes?) I also enjoyed Illuminatus trilogy and its companion volume Shrodingers Cat (also a "trilogy" though its most commonly found in one large book. same as illuminatus) Cosmic Trigger 1 2 & 3 are also very good. Theyre basically autobiographical accounts of Wisons life / conspiracy theories / random cool shit. Honestly surprised how few wilsonian references one finds on /x/ - the occasional discordian jumps forth, and i do occasionally see a fnord or two.. but still. The man is a god
Most of the discordians on /x/ are chaote cabbage sadly. RAW was also involved with the the church of subgenius and their stuff is a laugh if you haven't seen it yet. There are many lectures from RAW avalible on youtube these days, and I've found them to be enlightening if not capital T true. He worked on other books about 8 circut that go much deeper than ProRi, Neuropolitique with fear and loathing Leary is rather an interesting mindfuck.
I will just reply to you because I finished reading it on Sunday and was about to read it again (it's a short book and I want to really take a time to think and do the exercises) after scrolling down the /x/ catalog.
Im looking to order that book, seems very pricy, is there a better source than Ebay?
What was the app from that post that got deleted (ref>>17338851)
What changes have you noticed?
I had a friend who was stuck in a dead end job as a taxi driver in NYC. He tried 50 pushups each morning, 50 pullups. No more pills, no more bad food, no more destroyers of the body. Total organization. Every muscle tight. Sez it really worked for him.
Was pretty good book, I'd look into advanced magick for beginners next or something on the /fringe/ list.
I didn't like how at the end of PR he goes into this huge ramble of immortality, calling out his enemies, and just general new ager nonsense. I get it was written in the 90's bay area pre-tech boom, but its a bit cringe worthy. It's for this reason I don't really recommend this book to my friends.
Cosmic Trigger was a blast to read, and he seemed like a really interesting Kike.