Mathematics = transcendence/immanence/ontology/epistemology/tautology

“Godel Versus Wittgenstein” is the 29th book in the reality revealing book series known as “The God Series” and it, like all of the books written by the three preeminent authors of the Pythagorean Illuminati, is a work of pure genius.  On the surface, this book may appear to you to simply be about the great intellectual battle that Kurt Godel and Ludwig Wittgenstein had concerning the proper definition of mathematics, but it’s SO much more than that.

Of course, if you’re thinking about purchasing this book because you are curious about this extremely interesting intellectual battle that took place between Wittgenstein and Godel then you’re in luck; this book will not only show you what was truly going on in that battle, it will show you what Godel’s incompleteness theorems truly proved.

In this book, the Pythagorean Illuminati take us on a journey back to the early 20th century.  We are taken back to a time when the genius Kurt Godel struggled mightily to prove what he intuited to be True about mathematics, namely that mathematics wasn’t a human invention.  Godel wanted to prove that mathematics had an autonomous existence all its own.  You see, Kurt Godel was a Platonist.  He believed that mathematics truly existed, but in a separate transcendent domain, a domain of pure and perfect mathematical forms as Plato would say.  Godel believed that this separate but real mathematical domain could only be accessed imperfectly by the human mind.  So, in other words, Godel believed that mathematics actually exists, but in a domain separated from our material reality and only partially accessible to this material reality.  It was this Platonist idea of mathematics that Godel was struggling mightily to defend against the onslaught of overly  sensory and autistic people that had invaded and overtaken the study and discipline of mathematics.

These extremely sensory and autistic individuals included the likes of Bertrand Russell, David Hilbert, A.N. Whitehead, and Ludwig Wittgenstein.  These strange people, each with an undeniable genius when it came to the technical aspects of mathematics, were attempting to prove that mathematics was some sub-set of human made logic and was an entirely human made invention.  Godel, like anybody who knows that mathematics could NEVER be invented by humans, couldn’t abide this horrendous autistic definition of mathematics, so he went on the intellectual warpath.

Godel’s path was the most honorable of them all, he was defending the integrity of mathematics against people completely enthrall to their senses.  These nihilists were trying to shrink mathematics down to a fragile shell of its True self.  Godel was trying to prove the majesty of the Truth of mathematics which he was intuiting.  It is a shame that Godel wasn’t a Pythagorean as opposed to a Platonist.  If Godel were to have learned more of Pythagoras, the prototype of a True mathematician, he would have realized his mistake in interpreting his own incompleteness theorem.  You see, Pythagoras taught that mathematics was not only transcendent, as Plato learned from the students of Pythagoras, but it was also immanent, meaning that EVERYTHING is mathematics (this is something that Plato was never taught and was unable to intuit for himself).  If Godel would have studied the master (Pythagoras) and not the student (Plato), he would have realized that both him, and his rival Wittgenstein, were both right and wrong concerning their conception of what mathematics actually is and what form it exists in.  Be that as it is, the Truth of mathematics can be gleaned from studying the intellectual confrontation these two geniuses (Godel and Wittgenstein) had.

Anyway, back to it.  What Godel proved was astounding, though almost zero percent of the intellectual community understood what his theorems were proving, much less the ramifications of this proof.  What Godel’s incompleteness theorems proved was that any attempt to define mathematics in human made terms would always generate a contradiction, an incompleteness within the human constructed system of mathematics.  As I said, the intellectual community completely misunderstood Godel’s incompleteness theorems and took them to mean that mathematics, in itself, is  either inconsistent, incomplete, or both.  This is a patently absurd notion.  What the Pythagorean Illuminati demonstrate in this book, even though Godel himself didn’t realize it, is that his theorems proved two things: 1) mathematics is absolutely NOT human made and 2) Godel’s theorems proved what his rival Wittgenstein was saying about mathematics all along; namely, mathematics is completely tautological, i.e. every statement of mathematics is simply a statement that says the same thing but in two different ways.  If we extend this line of thinking (that mathematics is tautological) to its omega point (though Wittgenstein didn’t perform this exercise of hyperreason), then we find that mathematics, as a true tautology, must be contained within one equation and expressed by one principle.  This equation is known as The God Equation and this principle is known as The Principle of Sufficient Reason.

So, this brings me to why I said that this book is so much more than simply a history lesson.  As you can see from my short description of just a small portion of the information contained within “Godel Versus Wittgenstein”, this is a book about True mathematics–a.k.a. ontological mathematics, transcendental mathematics, monadic mathematics– and it is absolutely unlike any other book on mathematics, science, or reality out there.  This book, and all of the books written by the Pythagorean Illuminati, is and are, 100% unique; you won’t find any other books like them.  The whole point of the books written by the Pythagorean Illuminati is to reveal to humanity, for the very first time in history, what reality is.  Reality IS mathematics; mathematics is and has always been, mathematics is eternal and a priori, mathematics is the universe and, last but not least, mathematics is your very own soul.  It’s mathematics that guarantees us all immortality and life after “death”, not any absurd religion.

Depending on how your brain is wired, those last two sentences will either anger you, make you laugh, intrigue you, or you’ll recognize them as Truth and your life will begin to change.  But, however the reality of mathematics equaling existence makes you feel is neither here nor there.  Mathematics doesn’t care what any of our opinions are on it.  What we think or feel about mathematics doesn’t change the Truth of hyperreason, namely: mathematics = one equation = our souls = existence = life, mind, body, and everything.

As you can see, I couldn’t think any higher of these books by the Pythagorean Illuminati.  I can’t recommend them any enough to those of you out there who are still holding onto your reason.  I just simply can’t say enough about how incredibly amazing these books are and how much they’ve improved my mind and life.  So, the bottom line is this: if you consider yourself a rational person who loves mathematics and who KNOWS that there is so much more to mathematics than what some crappy teachers taught you in school, then these are the books for you.  On the other hand, if your brain is infected by any ideology–religious, political, or otherwise–then you should most definitely steer clear of these books.  If you do attempt to read them though, be forewarned: the reading of the books by Mike Hockney, Adam Weishaupt, or Michael Faust (otherwise known as the Pythagorean Illuminati) might cause you to learn something for once in your life, and I know how much you irrational dogs hate that.

 

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