So, you’re a rational person who has recently discovered the sacred and profound books written by the Pythagorean Illuminati. You’re in the process of devouring each and every book written by the preeminent authors Mike Hockney, Adam Weishaupt, and Michael Faust, and you’re in complete amazement–bordering on shock–because reading these books has taught you why you exist.

Pythagoreanism has not only taught you the reason why you exist, it has also shown you exactly what you need to do to make the reason for your existence a reality. Pythagoreanism has opened your eyes to the fact that rational human beings are Goddesses and Gods in the making, and thanks to Pythagoreanism, you are now on the Path of Truth.

You are studying Pythagoreanism every day and you’re ready to take your first step along this sacred Path of Truth. You understand that this first step requires you to eradicate the old, irrational version of yourself that the privileged elite have constructed for their benefit. The first step not only calls for the annihilation of this sub-par model of yourself, but it also demands that you replace the old shitty “you” with a brand new, pristine and hyperrational You, i.e. the True You.

In other words, you must metaphorically “kill” the false consciousness that has been implanted in your brain so that your True consciousness, your True self, can finally come forth. This means that you must strive, practice, and work everyday to become the absolute best, most intelligent, most healthy, most strong, most brave, *most rational,* version of yourself that you can possibly be in this current lifetime.

Having gained this Holy knowledge through the careful study of Pythagoreanism, you are now on a mission. You must gain and integrate as much learning as you possibly can. So you begin to study everything. You want to know as much as you can about yourself and the Cosmos. You start to examine the “physical” and mental aspects of existence. You start to eat healthier. You start to exercise more. You begin to read every book of reason that you can find. You’re learning about logic, philosophy, science, politics, and psychology. You are exploring ideas that you didn’t even dream of prior to discovering Pythagoreanism.

Your mind is Lighting up and you are beginning to hunger for one subject above all: Mathematics. You are beginning to think about math day and night. You start to study some math problems and you can feel each problem that you solve making your mind saner, clearer, healthier and stronger. You have been awakened to the beauty and perfection that is math. You vow to learn as much as you possibly can about this Subject of subjects, this Queen of ALL science *and *ALL philosophy, this Holy Grail of Gnosis, before you depart your current vehicle.

There’s a problem though. You are now well out of college and you have nowhere near enough money to re-enroll and begin to work on a mathematics degree. So you decide to teach yourself using mathematics textbooks. You look around some online books stores for math textbooks and you find them to also be very expensive. Perhaps you can afford one or two, but you’re not even sure which ones to try. You begin to ask friends and family, along with any used book stores you can find, to see if they have any old mathematics textbooks laying around. After some strange looks from your family and friends, you’re able to come up with a few old math books, some useful, some not so much, all difficult to learn from. None of them take you to the level of mathematical understanding that you’re looking for though, not even close.

You’re starting to feel a bit anxious. You MUST learn mathematics thoroughly. This means that you must not only know how to perform mathematical operations, but you must also know *why* you perform them, and, further, you must *understand *those operations inside and out. How in the world are you going to be able to gain this type of mathematical knowledge? You would have to go to MIT or a college similar to it to accomplish your goal, and that just isn’t going to happen. The question continuously runs through your mind: How am I going to gain the mathematical knowledge and understanding that I desire? Sadly, the answer to this question seems a long way off to you.

If the above paragraphs seem to describe you, then I have some tremendous news for you. There is a website that is just what you have been looking for and it will give you all the math you could ever hope for, and it’s completely free. This site is called Khan Academy and it is the most amazing website that I have ever seen (it’s only rivaled by the old Armageddon Conspiracy site that the Pythagorean Illuminati created).

Khan Academy is Truly a sanctuary for the aspiring Pythagoreanist. It’s an absolutely massive website and it’s packed with sections covering every logos subject. There are huge sections covering physics, chemistry, biology, cosmology and astronomy, electrical engineering, health and medicine, economics and finance, arts and humanities, computing (including a super cool computer programing section), philosophy, and the list goes on and on.

But Khan Academy’s mathematics section is what Truly makes it an invaluable website. This section is used in schools all over the world. This means that the quality of the mathematics instruction is as high as you can get, indeed, it is such a high level of math instruction that entire school districts have switched to Khan Academy’s math program, and they’re having huge success with it.

Khan Academy has an extensive video playlist that teaches mathematics from early math (kindergarten through second grade) all the way through calculus and linear algebra. It also has myriad math modules that allow you to practice all of the math skills and techniques you learn in each section. Khan Academy’s mathematics program is taught by the True meritocratic hero and founder of Khan Academy–Sal Khan.

To me, Sal is the absolute best mathematics instructor. When I began studying Pythagoreanism and mathematics, I was coming off of a sixteen year career in Mixed Martial Arts. Over those sixteen years I received many punches, kicks, knees, and elbows to my head, and all I did was work on my physical vehicle (with very little work on my mind). I arrived at Khan Academy with almost zero understanding of how to perform mathematics. I literally couldn’t remember how to add and subtract fractions, that’s how far I had let my intelligence slip.

But Sal Khan and Khan Academy changed all of this for me. I started at kindergarten math and proceeded through each successive lesson. I worked on every module until I understood the lessons well. I am now deep into the Algebra II and Trigonometry lesson plans, and, for the first time in my life, I actually *understand* the math that I’m learning and I’m loving every second of it. I thank Sal Khan and Khan Academy for this (along with the brilliant authors of the Pythagorean Illuminati of course). If it wasn’t for them, I would still be floundering around with old, used, and piss poor math textbooks in my quest to learn the secrets of the soul, i.e. the secrets of mathematics.

So, if you’re a Pythagoreanist looking for a place to properly study mathematics, Khan Academy will be the place for you. I’m not exaggerating when I say that this website has the potential to completely change the world. It is a site that is already doing its part to bring about the advent of a global Pythagorean Meritocracy, and it’s exactly the type of site that all rationalists/Pythagoreanists should implement and support.

Khan Academy’s website: https://www.khanacademy.org/

Here are links to the Amazon author pages of the Pythagorean Illuminati:

Mike Hockney’s Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Mike-Hockney/e/B004KHR7DC/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1459284907&sr=1-2-ent

Adam Weishaupt’s Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Adam-Weishaupt/e/B004LXB8GW/ref=ntt_aut_sim_1_1

Michael Faust’s Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Michael-Faust/e/B004LXBBUA/ref=ntt_aut_sim_2_1

Well said, Brad! Whenever I want to put the spotlight on some mathematical concept that is puzzling me, Khan Academy is my first port of call. I heartily endorse the tremendous work done by Sal Khan and his assistants.

By the way, the following quote is something I wish I could have been exposed to in 1966 as I chose to drop mathematics as an undergraduate:

“I advise my students to listen carefully the moment they decide to take no more mathematics courses. They might be able to hear the sound of closing doors.”

James Caballero, in ‘Everybody a mathematician?’,CAIP Quarterly 2 (Fall, 1989).

The good news is, it is never too late and the doors opened by Mike Hockney and his colleagues (using ontological mathematics) are the proverbial ‘doors of perception’ (apologies to Aldous Huxley). And if the door won’t open easily then it is worth paying a visit to Khan Academy.

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