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Review of Collapse Volume IV: Concept-Horror

Arbor Deformia, Kristen Alvanson, Collapse IV Collapse Volume IV // Ed. R. Mackay, D. Veal // May 2008 // 406pp // Limited Edition 1000 copies // ISBN 978-0-9553087-3-4 // £9.99 At a time when the malady of book fetishism...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 13, 2008 03:01 PM

Live Concept-Horror Party

For those who happen to be in London on Saturday 7th June ... (address and more details)...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 3, 2008 06:40 AM

Reinventing philosophy in horror [updated]

Preview (Robin Mackay's introduction to this volume) Finally the promised issue of Collapse on concept-horror: We are delighted to announce that Collapse Volume IV will be published May 2008 and is now available for advance purchase online. Collapse IV...
Posted in Hyperstition on April 27, 2008 11:47 AM

Urbanatomy

This is my excuse ... but there's some numbo jumbo in the pipeline Prosperous Year of the Rat everybody....
Posted in Hyperstition on February 26, 2008 01:41 AM

Its spine is growing

Collapse Volume III: 'Unknown Deleuze' is now available. Update: Introduction to vol. III...
Posted in Hyperstition on November 5, 2007 06:58 AM

Poromechanics

The following text is a short excerpt from the lengthy paper discussed at the seminar on porous earth and subsurface politics. The lecture took place at Goldsmiths University of London and was organized by Eyal Weizman at the department of...
Posted in Hyperstition on September 30, 2007 10:54 AM

COLLAPSE: Numeric Materialism, Speculative Realism, Unknown Deleuze

In case the new announcement for Collapse III hasn't reached the dark side of the Net, you might be interested to take a look at its table of contents and even consider ordering it. Since the first issue (Numeric Materialism),...
Posted in Hyperstition on September 25, 2007 09:28 AM

Language of the Pest

This is part of the text for one my three talks earlier this year in London. In contrast to the other papers this is very short so I deemed it appropriate for hyperstition especially because it is a brief retrospection...
Posted in Hyperstition on September 24, 2007 09:31 AM

Dino Power

Michael Barone gets the politics of trade restriction exactly right....
Posted in Hyperstition on August 13, 2007 06:06 AM

Overtaken by Time

OK, Gibson always said the future was already here ("it's just unevenly distributed"), but according to this interview, his new novel Spook Country is set in the near past. Does that mean, as Glenn Reynolds asks, that we've already...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 7, 2007 03:14 AM

Quag-Culture

As controversy over Iraq spirals ever deeper into recrimination, it's reminding everybody how little agreement ever existed about what happened in Vietnam....
Posted in Hyperstition on August 2, 2007 08:59 AM

Sad but (most probably) True

Nothing much to recommend 'Axenism' (that's a-xenism), except that the logical case for it seems close to overwhelming....
Posted in Hyperstition on July 17, 2007 02:26 AM

intenCities

Just knew there had to be a rigorous apprehension of urbanization as intensive magnitude out there somewhere. Here it is (via the gene expression cog-stim laboratory) Cities are self-assembling time-machines or intensive events that cannot expand without changing in nature,...
Posted in Hyperstition on April 24, 2007 02:41 AM

Money-Making Mutants

Has bio-capitalist circuitry genetically engineered a population for itself?...
Posted in Hyperstition on April 19, 2007 02:29 AM

Neurotronic News

The brain chip schedule seems to be compressing fast. Can a chunk of silicon really stand in for brain cells? I ask. “I don’t need a grand theory of the mind to fix what is essentially a signal-processing problem,”...
Posted in Hyperstition on April 11, 2007 03:03 AM

Shoggothic Materialism

It's always a bad sign when distorted psychic echoes of that last terrible discussion with Uncle Hank resound once again, while outside the stars seem to be coming right ......
Posted in Hyperstition on April 3, 2007 08:20 AM

Weird Realism: Lovecraft and Theory

Thursday 26 April 2007 Goldsmiths, Room RHB142, 11am – 6 pm 'A philosophy should be judged on what it can tell us about Lovecraft...' (Graham Harman) The Centre for Cultural Studies brings a unique one-day symposium dedicated to exploring...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 31, 2007 06:40 PM

COIN Hyperstition

Arthur Herman draws on the modern history of counter-insurgency warfare to explain why the key to victory lies, quite literally, in the future. Galula's third lesson was that the counterinsurgency must project a sense of inevitable victory. The local populace...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 30, 2007 04:02 AM

Diagonalization II: Refractory Impossibility and its Heretical Alignments

For people who haven’t read Collapse II yet, this post is an introductory note on Apocalypse in the Wake of Refractory Impossibility, Collapse II, Oxford: Urbanomic, March 2007. Through its spatial and temporal approaches to God and Apocalypse, Islamic theology...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 1, 2007 04:12 PM

Intellectual Warfare

Ayaan Hirsi Ali on reforming Islam in The Caged Virgin: 1. Let Us Have a Voltaire … many Western thinkers and politicians exacerbate this Muslim tendency to avoid internal reflection by themselves avoiding looking at Islam. They lean back...
Posted in Hyperstition on February 9, 2007 04:13 AM

Negative Hyperstition

… to steal sd’s term, is the hunger for an unambiguous casus belli, consolidating itself as a virtual mega-atrocity against ‘oneself’. Asymmetric warfare is designed to madden and it’s obviously working. As frustration builds with the half-hearted confusion (let alone...
Posted in Hyperstition on February 2, 2007 05:53 AM

Diagonalization 1.

On the comment thread below CAB (whose moniker perfectly mimics a Goedelian joke, but leave that aside for now) raises a series of questions about the nature of diagonal arguments, their relation to Cantor’s classical example, and also their centrality...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 11, 2006 03:39 PM

Aaaaagh!!!

Digital equivalent of a foot through the monitor. Maybe it worked ... [Life is too short for this s**t]...
Posted in Hyperstition on November 21, 2006 02:28 PM

World War IV

This fanged Hyperstitional Megaconstruct revisited at the Corner, with a link to Norman Podhoretz's introductory essay on the subject. Spreading this meme promotes escalation, so the stakes are obvious....
Posted in Hyperstition on July 17, 2006 02:27 AM

To the Year 2030 and Beyond

BT's Interactive Technology Timeline by Ian Neild & Ian Pearson. A Timeline for Technology: To the Year 2030 and Beyond By Ian Pearson and Ian Neild - PDF from The Futurist....
Posted in Hyperstition on May 14, 2006 08:34 AM

Europe - at the Cutting Edge (!)

"European researchers have created an interface between mammalian neurons and silicon chips. The development is a crucial first step in the development of advanced technologies that combine silicon circuits with a mammal’s nervous system. The ultimate applications are potentially...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 30, 2006 08:14 AM

Consolidating the Metaverse

The matrix emerges to facilitate your avatar's freedom of movement? The OpenSource Metaverse Project...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 25, 2006 08:34 PM

'Between the geek and the meek'

In last week's Economist, an interesting article profiles Iqbal Quadir, an entrepreneur of the developing world. His pioneering work in Bangladesh, including the development of Bangladesh's largest telecoms operator, can be seen as an example of how technology and markets...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 20, 2006 07:52 AM

Common Sense Update

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Posted in Hyperstition on March 17, 2006 03:11 AM

Tom Paine: Projecting the Future, Producing the USA

1. Common Sense 2. Virtual Involvement 3. Make Commerce, Not War 4. Positive Fictions 5. Dangerous Delusions...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 9, 2006 10:18 PM

A Blast From The Past

A little slice of insanity from Belarus. The Denim Revolution... ... and if you're really interested....
Posted in Hyperstition on March 7, 2006 09:22 PM

Uplifting Vision

The near future absolutely definitely needs (at least) one of these. (via Glenn Reynolds)...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 7, 2006 08:34 AM

While we're still foot-tapping ...

Having recently received an invitation to provide an updated Hyperstition definition, I was wondering: Anybody interested in making a suggestion (or several)?...
Posted in Hyperstition on February 16, 2006 08:56 AM

The Next Big Thing?

Hyperstitional fanatics might argue that taking the spread of H5N1 strain avian influenza as a topic was irresponsible in the extreme, but it seems to cross various lines of interest and it's beginning to blot out chunks of the future....
Posted in Hyperstition on October 9, 2005 08:20 AM

Anglosphere

Been waiting for the book to arrive here before posting on the topic, but this group blog on James C. Bennet's Hyperstitional Megaconstruct 'the Anglosphere' is worth pointing out immediately. (Maybe it will divert some of the heat while I...
Posted in Hyperstition on September 27, 2005 10:59 AM

Exciting Stories

There might well be many reasons to call into question the ‘vitalist’ discourse (of D&G, the early Lyotard and others), with its rhetoric of intensities, stimulus, excitation and libidinization. Setting philosophical niceties aside, however, the fact remains that the natural...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 17, 2005 05:06 PM

The Capitalist Thing

This blog is not primarily political, in the sense of partisan (although of course I love northanger’s notion of “hyperstitional partisans” - even if it is is hard to read this as anything other than anticipatory, at best). For that...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 12, 2005 08:45 PM

AOK

At the 1999 Syzygy Event at Beaconsfield, London, certain Ccru elements reported - albeit in a fragmentary, time-twisted and in many other respects confusing fashion - that the Architectonic Order of the Eschaton planned to ritualistically welcome the transition to...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 9, 2005 03:04 PM

Fearing is believing

Ian Softley's The Skeleton Key is about Hoodoo. Although in some ways similar to Voodoo, Hoodoo is Central rather than West African in origin. The American Blues is often linked with Voodoo, but it probably has more connections with...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 9, 2005 12:08 PM

TV Demonism

[This letter - purportedly addressed to Andrew Davenport, Co-creator and writer of the Teletubbies - was recently forwarded to us in Shanghai for unknown reasons. Considering it had some measure of hyperstitional significance, we are reproducing it here. (PBS link)]...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 31, 2005 09:29 AM

The hyperstition brood is finally one year old

A-half-eaten-cake.jpg Does anyone have any suggestion for celebrating H.’s birthday? An online meeting for example or starting a chaos thread (Nick should open it, of course)? Our special thanks to Abe, our generous host....
Posted in Hyperstition on June 19, 2005 03:14 AM

Ostension

This (courtesy of mms at Dissensus) seems to have strong links with hypersition.......
Posted in Hyperstition on May 25, 2005 01:18 PM

Heroines of Hyperstition, 1(00).

Monterre, Zelda Maria de (Madame Centauri). (1904-2004). Zelda Maria de Monterre (better known as Madame Centauri) was born on December 23rd 1904 in Port-au-Prince (Haiti). Her father, Pierre de Monterre, was a French diplomat (also suspected of being a professional...
Posted in Hyperstition on April 28, 2005 04:43 AM

"And if you think education is expensive, try ignorance."

Undercurrent’s blade has reached the bone marrow: In the aftermath of this horrendous exhibition of the bloated corpse of decadent intellectualism, now behold its racialized graveyard! "Then let them eat cake." (Not from Marie Antoinette)...
Posted in Hyperstition on April 23, 2005 01:27 AM

Fictions and Number: Social and Material Hyperstition

In Nick's post "Goodbye USA" Nick and I touched upon some issues relating to different but important aspects of the Hyperstitional program: prophecy, belief, and number. Below are the two entries from that post and what follows are some preliminary...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 30, 2005 05:21 PM

I met a man who wasn't there: the ethics of Ashbless

'Templeton sits immobile in his attic room, immersed in the deceptively erratic ticking of his old nautical clock, lost in meditation upon JC Chapman's hermetic engraving. It now seems that this complex image, long accepted as a portrait of...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 17, 2005 12:26 AM

Shoggoth Materials

In preparation for an extended excursion into xenoplasmic extra-territoriality - on the trail of 'Doctor' Hank H. Hackhammer's 'Shoggothic Materialism' - here are some relevant passages from Lovecraft's epic The Mountains of Madness (with minimal commentary). A little preliminary context:...
Posted in Hyperstition on March 10, 2005 08:24 AM

TX2.

Tic Talk The (Barkerian) Tic Xenotation provides a numerical semiotic adapted to the Naturals with special affinity to Euclid's Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. The TX constructs numbers in terms of their basic arithmetical features as primes or composites in a...
Posted in Hyperstition on February 22, 2005 08:37 AM

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Posted in Hyperstition on February 22, 2005 05:00 AM

MONKEYS AND ORGAN GRINDERS: CARO'S HELL

'Hell is a city much like London' - Shelley 'Flesh is easy to shape.' - 'Clay Man', Swans Step into Tate Britain at the moment and you find yourself in Anthony Caro's Hell. The Last Judgement is part of...
Posted in Hyperstition on February 21, 2005 12:53 AM

Hyperstitional Method II.

Are we agreed? In a typically stimulating (Feb 17) post at K-Punk, MKP explicitly dedicated ‘Cold Rationalism’ to ‘dogmatism.’ The principle argument for this seems to be that sceptical tolerance supports theopolitical forces (of the ‘Satanic-worldly’) that Cold Rationalism –...
Posted in Hyperstition on February 19, 2005 09:52 AM

Gog-magog: the London and Marvel connexuses

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Posted in Hyperstition on February 13, 2005 01:22 PM

MEGALITHIC ASTROPUNK

'Levi-Strauss says he was most influenced by Freud and Marx - and geology....' - Anthony Wilden, System and Structure: Essays in Communication and Exchange While it’s not quite true that esoterism is opposed to hyperstitional practice, it remains the...
Posted in Hyperstition on February 6, 2005 02:02 PM

Cybergothic semiovirus spreads

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Posted in Hyperstition on January 30, 2005 10:07 AM

Unto the last man

This is not hyperstitional but I couldn’t resist the temptation of posting it here:...
Posted in Hyperstition on January 29, 2005 07:12 AM

A note on the economic side of The Chronic

This is a very brief and technically shattered note on an incisive question raised by Undercurrent on what has already been entitled The Chronic. I think the true part of the answer should be opened and investigated carefully in the...
Posted in Hyperstition on January 29, 2005 05:17 AM

ABJAD shields: A note on The Book of Grand Summonings

Following my answer to Esmail, I should add this book is one of the rarest ABJAD books consistently approaching its unconventional syncretism through Shia religion and not traditional ABJAD. One of the most significant evidences for such a claim is...
Posted in Hyperstition on January 26, 2005 03:16 AM

Hyperstitional Method I.

As anyone who has been following our fragmented discussion of hyperstitional method is already aware, Tachi has been raising a wide range of questions about the structure and organization of hyperstition as a research and production programme and about the...
Posted in Hyperstition on January 7, 2005 02:46 PM

Hyperstitional Carriers III

The principal function of a hyperstitional carrier is to think what no natural ego can. They are units of artificial intelligence production, dedicated to the consistent pursuit of a cognitive trajectory that would be unsustainable under the socio-biological constraints of...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 30, 2004 05:49 PM

Qabbala Unshelled

[This provocative – in fact insolently aggressive and sarcastic – short text on the numogrammatic incoherence of the Hebrew Tree of Life, was written by ‘Frater V.’ (widely assumed to be P. Vyparov) and appeared as a letter in the...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 28, 2004 04:20 PM

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It makes no difference what men think of war, said the judge. War endures. As well ask men what they think of stone. War was always here. Before man was, war waited for him. The ultimate trade awaiting its ultimate...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 26, 2004 12:28 PM

Qabbala 101 Part 2. Popular Numeracy

[Warning: hyperstitionally unprocessed and qabbalistically naïve pretentious meta-discourse] The ocean in which qabbalism swims is not mathematics, but popular numerical culture. From a mathematical perspective it remains undeveloped, even ineducable, since it cannot advance beyond the Natural number line even...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 23, 2004 04:34 AM

Genius/ Lunatic/ Oedipus

Interview with John Nash, New Scientist, this week Recovered Schizo as Oedipus? 'This is dreaming, this is not communication.....' Hmmmmmmm 'An obvious question to kick off with: is there a connection between madness and genius?' There's certainly a connection...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 17, 2004 08:29 PM

Numogram Q&A

Hyperstition contributor Tachi has submitted a large number of thoughtful questions about numogrammatic hyperstition which will hopefully stimulate some vigorous discussion of basic principles and methods. The responses given here are meant to be uncontroversial and preliminary, based on a...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 17, 2004 04:42 AM

PROBLEMS AND MYSTERIES

Highly stimulating paper presented by John Collins tonight at Roehampton University. John was reformulating a distinction made by Chomsky between problems - which are, at least in principle, amenable to human solution - and mysteries, which are of their...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 16, 2004 12:16 AM

Hyperstitional Carriers II

[Paraphrased from P. Vysparov] My guess is that Bismark’s most widely quoted remark – “People who love the law or good sausage should never watch either being made” -- applies to hyperstitional carriers (avatars) too. There’s an understandable reluctance to...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 13, 2004 11:15 AM

Oedipal irruptions

Anonymity is demonstrably possible, but unfortunately it takes hard work. The default outcome – even when contributing to a blog dedicated to the radical impersonality of Lemurian Hyperstition – seems to be a continual re-emergence of sordid personalism of a...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 12, 2004 01:00 PM

TROLL ALERT

I was just thinking last night that, after the kontamination of the k-punk comments box and the hyper-quick descent into ad hominem stupidity of Dissensus, Hyperstition was a site where you could guarantee quality discussion without being hassled by foaming...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 12, 2004 11:24 AM

Surfascism

'Sacred Sociology: A French Approach to the Religious Dimension of Fascism’, Carlo Ginzburg, Leo Baeck Institute, London December 7 2004 Carlo Ginzburg’s ‘microhistories’ of belief-contagion (and of withcraft in particular) make him an enormous resource for students of hyperstition. The...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 10, 2004 12:20 AM

Existenzialism and Inhumanism

Pikul: I don't want to be here. We're stumbling around in the unformed world, not knowing what the rules are, or if there are any rules. We're under attack from forces that want to destroy us but that we...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 2, 2004 12:27 AM

Sorcerers and Necromancers: anabatic lines (part V)

The last part of this essay about the line of escape, before exploring strategies of necromancers (a chapter which is still unfinished):...
Posted in Hyperstition on December 1, 2004 02:10 PM

Chrome

"Chrome is an obsession, a dangerous drug that pushes you further and further into the horrible spaces of Techno-Lust. I suppose it’s like necrophilia for the Nu-Age...[T]he old joke about ‘cracking open a cold one’ that used to do the...
Posted in Hyperstition on November 24, 2004 12:57 PM

Leveled before the sun

Piet has suggested this remarkable link (see Thistle’s discussion about Saharasia and my answer); thanks piet: The Origins and Diffusion of Patrism in Saharasia, c.4000 BCE: Evidence for a Worldwide, Climate-Linked; Geographical Pattern in Human Behavior by James DeMeo A...
Posted in Hyperstition on November 23, 2004 07:30 PM

Sorceress

Recently saw Catherine Breillat’s Romance-X, the controversial French movie....
Posted in Hyperstition on November 20, 2004 03:15 PM

Sorcerers and Necromancers: lines of escape or wings of the ground? part IV

When the sorcery of infinity is recalibrated as the sorcery of the ground:...
Posted in Hyperstition on November 19, 2004 10:43 AM

Reality itself is becoming paranoiac

As an additional footnote of sorts to Ccru's 'Who's Pulling YOur Strings?', this from Zizek...(well he might be a decadent western intellectual ;-), but he has one or two things to say pertinent to hyperstition): '... [w]hen we are confronted...
Posted in Hyperstition on November 18, 2004 06:12 AM

(debug.): Primary Techno Noir

Kenji Siratori’s (Blood Electric) experimental anthology of techonoir, Debug, is now available. It features one of my hyperstition articles: Dust (the xero-informatic abomination), a collection of texts previously posted here, plus entirely new pieces. (keywords: fog, cyberspace, creationist cosmogonies, WoT,...
Posted in Hyperstition on November 17, 2004 01:31 PM

Aisha Qadisha

Before posting a full article on the Moroccan jinniya, Aisha Qandisha and the role of Women in WoT (Anna’s question), this passage extracted from Vincent Crapanzano’s extensive researches on possession in Morocco might be useful for readers who are curious...
Posted in Hyperstition on November 1, 2004 03:09 PM

Hyperstitions within Hyperstitions: Lovecraftian name-anomalies

Background I: Reading Undercurrent’s translation of Houllebecq’s work on Lovecraft, I suggested a minor correction about a misspelled word which I suspected should be actually a French modification to the original name: Rûb-al-Khâlie instead of Rûb-al-Khâlid (the original spelling in...
Posted in Hyperstition on October 31, 2004 08:29 PM

AGAINST THE WORLDLY

For all its superficial silliness, the news that the British navy is to admit a practising Satanist into its ranks is a cultural event of some magnitude. At one level, this is simply yet another sign - after the ridiculous...
Posted in Hyperstition on October 27, 2004 10:45 PM

half-man-half-scorpion

half-man-half-scorpion, Halaf mound, Syria (Craig and Thistle’s avatar of holey space, the guardian of the Gate to the Outside in the Epic of Gilgamesh) Scorpions are burrowers not architects, they do not build upon the compositions of solid and...
Posted in Hyperstition on October 26, 2004 09:07 AM

BLOGS: no. 1

Undercurrent: Remarkable posts at Undercurrent....
Posted in Hyperstition on October 25, 2004 05:35 AM

Ibn Maymun, a legion

Wandering among many emails I have received during the last month, I encountered a note from a fellow countryman and Hyperstition reader: he has pointed out that the man I’m speaking about as Ibn Maymun is not Persian and is...
Posted in Hyperstition on October 24, 2004 04:34 PM

Meatology of the Redeemer

“Very truly, I tell you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you. Those who eat my flesh and drink my blood have eternal life, and I...
Posted in Hyperstition on October 22, 2004 02:49 AM

HAVE YOU BEEN ENJOYING YOURSELF?

FOR REZA 'If you've been puzzled by the title Eyes Wide Shut, you're not alone. According to ritual abuse and mind control survivor Arizona Wilder, it's a satanic cult term which means that whatever you've seen here is not to...
Posted in Hyperstition on September 26, 2004 08:01 PM

Apocalypse And / Or Metamorphosis

Apocalypse And / Or Metamorphosis by Norman O. Brown This is not a very profound work about Apocalypse but an incisive book on Islamic Apocalypticism. ‘Massignon calls the Sura 18 the apocalypse of Islam. But sura 18 is a...
Posted in Hyperstition on September 3, 2004 01:08 AM

Schwarzenegger hyperstition

Just wanted to enlist my international friends in help to free all Americans from the Schwarzenegger hyperstitional movement. An amazing concurrence of orchestrated media events has placed Arnold on center stage of the Republican National Convention, WIRED magazine, the New...
Posted in Hyperstition on September 2, 2004 05:08 AM

Remarks on Hyperstition

This is Craig's comment on 'The Sorcery of Islamic Apocalypticism' which is itself a complete post covering multiple topics discussed on this blog: ------------- I read more and more of these blog posts and find such Hyperstitional constructs have been...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 30, 2004 04:38 PM

New comments on older posts

While I’m on a short trip and posting via a third person: Some new comments on overcoding and vowelless alphabets by David Porush ... Welcome David and hope you stay here. Think people should know Porush for his early works...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 29, 2004 06:11 AM

Sounds are rabies spread by rat tails

kode9 “The regime of the war machine is ... that of affects, which relate to the moving body in itself, to speeds and compositions of speed among elements ... affects are projectiles like weapons.” [D&G ATP 400] * * *...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 25, 2004 03:12 AM

Hyperstitional Entities

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Posted in Hyperstition on August 24, 2004 04:38 AM

Decimal Phoneticism

One topic that crosses a number of hyperstitional threads already initiated here is that of decimal phoneticism. This topic seems indispensable to numogrammatics, qabbalism, lemurology, vowelless alphabets and other recent discussions....
Posted in Hyperstition on August 15, 2004 08:38 AM

Hyper C update - The Age of Babalu

For previous signal, look here and here here Hyperdub’s softwar agents have been roaming street markets in south London hunting for cds rumoured to contain audio recordings of the infamous, if almost completely forgotten, Hyper C audio syndicate. It’s...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 12, 2004 12:03 PM

The 99 Barrier

Hyperstition goes through the 99 barrier, with more than 99 unique visitors for the first time, yesterday. Onwards and upwards. Or downwards. Whatever your cthonic orientation....
Posted in Hyperstition on August 10, 2004 08:28 AM

ANTI-KAPITAL

My attempt to begin to consolidate an anti-capitalist position has been posted at k-punk. It would have been OT here, since there isn't really an explicit hyperstitional component. (btw, Hyperstition has really arrived now: I've just deleted our first piece...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 7, 2004 10:39 PM

Voodoo death

Preparing the first heroines of hyperstition piece - on Mme Centauri - and came across this by Zora Neale Hurston (Centauri's 'mentor' in NY). A taster:...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 5, 2004 04:08 AM

The Thing: Between arrival and spontaneous emergence

To continue the thread about The Thing and Capitalism, I extracted the following passages from my old conversations with Nick which will be available in the forthcoming book, Homo-stasis....
Posted in Hyperstition on August 4, 2004 05:55 AM

Magic vs sorcery/ capitalism vs hyperstition

A few tentative thoughts/ questions/ probes... Luke emails me with a quote from Grant Morrison (confirming once again that I really must check Morrison out)....
Posted in Hyperstition on August 3, 2004 05:14 PM

Heroes of Hyperstition 2

Sarkon, Oskar. (1953? -) While even the most basic facts of Oskar Sarkon’s life are contested, according to most accounts he was born in Hungary in 1953. Little is known about his biological parents, but Sarkon himself has on at...
Posted in Hyperstition on August 3, 2004 01:38 PM

D/G/ATP/HPL

All the key references to Lovecraft in A Thousand Plateaus....
Posted in Hyperstition on August 2, 2004 09:07 AM

D/G: CAPITALISM/ THE THING/ FICTIONAL QUANTITIES

In the interests of accumulating resources, I think it is worthwhile reproducing the key passages from Anti-Oedipus on capitalism, fictional quantities and the Thing....
Posted in Hyperstition on August 2, 2004 07:48 AM

Lovecraft vs Kant (and Doyle)

'...Besides, he added, my constant talk about "unnameable" and "unmentionable" things was a very puerile device, quite in keeping with my low standing as an author. I was too fond of ending my stories with sights or sounds which...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 30, 2004 11:27 AM

Capital/Hyperstition (cont.): Dustism

Back from a long trip and now swamped with my backlog so this is just a pathetic take-off: A foggy excursion: (Techno-capitalism programs itself to evaporate as GAS, to deliberately waste itself as an utter meltdown at the end of...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 29, 2004 08:52 AM

LINXX

No doubt superficial and hasty overview of two blogs that are worth a look (via Technorati): Vortexegg: esoteria, complexity theory and what it calls 'vortex magic'. Corridor of Madness: this is excellent on the comics-occult-hyperstition interface. With each passing day,...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 27, 2004 09:51 PM

Ghost stories and histories

I came upon this quote from Jameson on HPL while researching the k-punk post on the music in The Shining. Definitely germane re: hyperstition in connection with the different protocols of the historical novel and the ghost story....
Posted in Hyperstition on July 27, 2004 06:04 PM

Hyperstitional Carriers

Elements of Hyperstition: Principle 2. Comprehensive attribution of all signal (discoveries, theories, problems and approaches) to artificial agencies, allegiances, cultures and continentities. The proliferation of ‘carriers’ (“Who says this?”) - multiplying perspectives and narrative fragments - produces a coherent but...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 26, 2004 07:10 AM

Heroes of Hyperstition: No. 1

Crabbe, Maximillian. (1940-1999?). Max Crabbe was born in Lewes, West Sussex, UK, on Mar 22nd 1940 during Britain’s most critical war-time year. His mother Caroline was the daughter of Vladimir Vysparov, White Russian immigrant and reluctant inheritor of the notorious...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 25, 2004 07:02 AM

Capital/Hyperstition

Some semi-random initial stim-points - not intended as a consistent series (I could kind of be persuaded by most of them - definitely like no.3): (1) The opening credits of (Carpenter's) In the Mouth of Madness - torrents of pulp...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 25, 2004 02:53 AM

D/G/Castaneda

Obviously many readers will be familiar with this material, but in the interests of accumulating resources on the site, I've reproduced below some of the key passages in A Thousand Plateaus in which D/G invoke Castaneda....
Posted in Hyperstition on July 23, 2004 08:11 AM

Nietzsche on unbelief

'Ye say, ye believe in Zarathustra? But of what account is Zarathustra! Ye are my believers: but of what account are all believers! Ye had not yet sought yourselves: then did ye find me. So do all believers; therefore...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 22, 2004 09:33 AM

Sorcery and Hyperstition? Sorcery is always an anomalous pragmatics of intensification, using maps of intensive spaces, and bringing about engagement with deeper or wider levels of reality. This is the sense in which Deleuze and Guattari say 'we sorcerers'....
Posted in Hyperstition on July 22, 2004 01:35 AM

Sorcery versus literature

I think the following exchange between Castaneda and an interviewer elegantly expresses the difference between sorcery/ hyperstition and art/ literature. Literature only becomes-sorcerous when it stops 'rearranging the glosses' and takes us out into non-ordinary reality. CASTANEDA: I have come...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 20, 2004 12:56 AM

Dark relief

It's not exactly hyperstition, but ... (Khattak looks pretty - and note the ribbon (RED = 54))...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 19, 2004 02:44 AM

Farmer's Syndrome (or why Sherlock Holmes is not hyperstitional)

In response to my first post on this site ('How do Fictions become Hyperstitions?'), johneffay raised a number of interesting points. 'I guess the real Hyperstional archetye (at least in modern literature) would be Sherlock Holmes,' John writes, 'who...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 18, 2004 11:34 AM

Zoroastrian Osseotherapy of Anthropomorphism

Inspired by some visually cold and unsettling photos taken from the Paris catacomb by my friend Boris Mangold, I changed (and severely mutilated) my old piece on the (anti-)Osseological culture of the ancient Zoroastrians ... surely the piece is...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 16, 2004 07:20 AM

Intelligence catastrophe

Everyone here might already be familiar with this Vernor Vinge piece, but it's so important to the techonomics-side of apocalyptic hyperstition it seems worth reminding people about. Mentions Bear (Bloodmusic), Moravec, Margulis ... I love the smell of roasted monkeys...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 16, 2004 05:01 AM

FROM TEXT TO TXT

An initially flippant post on k-punk concerning predictive txting ended up producing some interesting speculations. The most obvious feature of txtspeak is its elimination of vowels. Indeed, txting is practically demonstrating the functional redundancy of most vowels. What a fascinating...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 14, 2004 04:18 PM

Hyperstition blog

Hyperstition is sliding out of its China-Iran-UK Axis: Read this and this one for example. You can also check our ‘Technorati Link Cosmos’ or ‘Extreme-tracking’ to visit the websites or blogs generously named or introduced Hyperstition (although one or two...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 13, 2004 03:34 AM

We are a network! (A note on the ABJAD installment of the numogram)

Communicating via ABJAD and its components as militarized audio/visual ciphers mostly returns to Persian secret societies after Islam (during the reign of caliphs and later) in which the uninitiated should not recognize the basic format (the alpha-numeric plane) of the...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 12, 2004 02:29 AM

A question on the Tellurian Insider and Cyberspace

>>> A Tellurian line across the Numogram concretizes the 'transcendental', but it also transcendentalizes the seething plasma-intelligence of Cthelll (which the K-goths also do by embedding the cyberspace grid into the Tellurian magnetosphere) (Nick). Nick, sorry I know you have...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 8, 2004 05:14 AM

HYPERSTITION/ SUPERSTITION

Philip of It's All In Your Mind blog asks me via e-mail to elucidate the difference between hyperstition and superstition. This provides an excellent opportunity to explore some of the basics of hyperstition. One difference is that superstitions don't necesarily...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 6, 2004 09:37 PM

Something Old (from Iris)

[Found this lying around in the hard-drive - from 1999?] Cyber-Hype - (Draft review of Ccru's Digital Hyperstition by Iris Carver). Digital Hyperstition is where the countdown runs out, cross-hatching into horrors anticipated since before the beginning. Ciphering a positive...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 3, 2004 04:48 AM

Cartography of the virtual

How does Hyperstition model time? At least for "Lemurian" strains (in Stillwell's sense) the first step must surely be: By studying the map - The Lemurian Time Map, Decimal Labyrinth, or Numogram (here). [Hey guys, can we stick a really...
Posted in Hyperstition on July 2, 2004 10:18 AM

Hyperstition and Anonymous-until-Now

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Posted in Hyperstition on June 29, 2004 05:01 PM

The advisor

>>> Nick: While Col. West evidently received considerable training in Farsi and Arabic prior to his deployment to Mesopotamia, he would no doubt have had to rely on local sources for his education into the Abjad. Any ideas who he...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 29, 2004 12:40 AM

Candidates for a top 9

Inspired by k punk - a first stab at a hyperstition best of list (just in alphabetical order for now) (actually hyperstition doesn't lend itself to this because it is depersonalizing and always taken up by complex lineages, but never...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 27, 2004 12:41 PM

On unbelief (a beginning)

Or why Bin Laden, Mao and Stalin are not practitioners of hyperstition. Hyperstition seems to share something with ideologies, propaganda and religious dogma in that all concern the effectiveness (or concrete impact) of narratives/ideas. Yet, at least one important difference...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 27, 2004 12:36 PM

The 'hype' in hyperstition

Hyperstition aims to flatten the transcendence of superstition. Nowhere is this immanence more obvious than in the role hype plays in the market. Here hype acts concretely as an 'element of effective culture that makes itself real', where reality...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 25, 2004 03:45 AM

Why Numogram numbers are simple

This was a short response to an interesting question about the numerical trend of the Numogram - why it avoids not only irrationals but even fractured rationals - it's posted here as a test The Numogram avoids fuzziness. It consists...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 24, 2004 03:51 AM

AGAINST THE WORLD, AGAINST LIFE

Has anyone read this? M. Houellebecq, of course, is the writer who called Islam 'stupid': "I had a kind of revelation in the Sinai desert, where Moses received the Ten Commandments. Suddenly, I experienced a total rejection of monotheism....
Posted in Hyperstition on June 23, 2004 04:52 AM

LOVECRAFT AND ANCIENT ASTRONAUTS

Following on from Linda's post: a further demonstration of Lovecraft's virulence as an agent of hyperstition here and here, wherein it is argued that the 'ancient astronaut' hypothesis popularized - or should that be pulpularized - by Velikovsky, Von...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 21, 2004 02:55 PM

Parasitic Gamer

One of the weakest (or technically the most vulnerable) elements of current first person shooter videogames is that you either must win or lose. Narrating the plot via population diversity in RTS or TS (Real Time Strategy / Turn-based Strategy)...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 21, 2004 07:02 AM

HOW DO FICTIONS BECOME HYPERSTITIONS?

How do fictions become hypersitions? The projection of a consistent world is one prerequisite, but, whilst this is assuredly a necessary condition of hypersition, it is far from being a sufficient one. We only have to compare Lovecraft with...
Posted in Hyperstition on June 19, 2004 02:30 AM

Polytics

PDF version Whatever its specific variants, the practice of hyperstition necessarily involves three irreducible ingredients, interlocked in a productive circuit of simultaneous, mutually stimulating tasks....
Posted in Hyperstition on June 7, 2004 05:32 AM
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