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‘There are a number of you here who are intimately familiar with the work of Mike Hockney, Michael Faust, Adam Weishaupt, and the Armageddon Conspiracy site. Those of you who are know there was a movement that started ten years ago that was simply called “The Movement.” Under this movement was promoted the rational ideology of Illuminism and the political ideology called Meritocracy. It’s time for everyone to know a brief history of that, why it failed and how Hyperianism has risen from the ashes to complete what was started ten years ago.
The Movement was a 21st century incarnation of a millennia old struggle to defeat the Old World Order and liberate the divine spark within every single person thereby ushering in an age of Enlightenment. It was originally conceived of as a grass roots movement to awaken the common, working class folk to their true potential thereby removing their shackles and defeating the OWO. From the beginning, the Movement was plagued with all sorts of crazy individuals who ended up undermining the entire project. Too many people came to the movement without properly going through their own “metaphorical suicide”, destroying the ingrained brainwashing they received over the years. As a result, there were dozens and dozens of offshoot groups all purporting to be Illuminists and Meritocrats.
The Movement didn’t have unity, so as is the case with any group or movement without a central structure, it fractured and broke down, splintering off into factions all vying for power and recognition. It was hoped that there would arise within this grassroots movement a few upstanding and courageous individuals who would rise to the top and take the reins of leadership, but the exact opposite happened; The Movement was plagued by people who were all talk and who wouldn’t walk the walk. They spoke of wanting to overthrow the OWO, but never actually did anything to make that happen. Instead of getting courageous, world historic individuals, there were only legions of ignavi pretending to care.
Due to the term Illuminism being dragged through the mud by different groups, it was decided that a new approach would be taken with a brand-new name. These terms are, after all, just names and names can be changed and rewritten as our movement has done for literally thousands of years. The only way we’ve been able to survive and make any sort of impact has been by adapting. This is what we’ve done; we’ve adapted yet again, but this time, the time is ripe for a real revolution. This time, Hyperianism will be on the map as the incarnation that made it, the incarnation that actually accomplished what we’ve been longing to accomplish since the time of the ancients. We’ve learned from the past mistakes of The Movement and know now what must be done to liberate the divine spark within every individual and usher in the age of Reason. Every single one of us here is taking part in the continuation of the ever-living current of Reason. We’re all links in an age-old chain and it’s our sacred duty to make this vision a reality.
With that being said, promoting “The Movement” will only be retreading old ground. Hyperianism IS “The Movement” in all but name, except it has learned from the mistakes of the past and adapted. Simply put, The Movement died years ago and should be laid to rest. Anyone interested in continuing where it left off should be doing all they can to promote Hyperianism and #ProjectFallenStar.’