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  1. Excellent article! Hey Brad, how are you doing? I was wondering if you could help me with something. I would like to know what the requirements are for becoming an official member of the illuminati. Any piece of information that you can provide will help tremendously. Thanks.

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    1. Hey Jeff, sorry once again for the delayed response.

      The Pythagorean Illuminati have written about what it takes to become an official member in their various book series. All I know is what has been written, so I would advice you to read as many of the books as you can. You will find the answers you are looking for in them.

      As far as what to do after Khan Academy goes, I can only tell you what my plans are. Once I have a solid understanding of Differential and Integral Calculus on Khan Academy, I am planning on delving much deeper into complex numbered mathematics via Tristan Needham’s book “Visual Complex Analysis”, and I also want to begin getting a better understanding of Fourier mathematics. I think the links to the books I left for you on my “It’s Time” article are good options to study after Khan Academy.

      Please keep in mind that I am no authority on mathematics, ontological or abstract. I am a retired MMA fighter and trainer who has had his life completely changed by the profound books written by the Pythagorean Illuminati. I have read all of their books (except for a few of their newest ones, which I am currently reading), and I would like more than anything to see their amazing vision for a New World Order based on reason, justice, fairness, human optimization, merit, intelligence, wisdom, education, altruism, social justice, and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or background, come to full fruition on this planet. I’m working hard to gain as solid of an understanding as I can of Pythagoreanism, Jacobinism, and ontological mathematics, but I am far from an expert.

      So please take what I say with a grain of salt. I do not want to send you in the wrong direction mathematically or philosophically. When in doubt, read the books written by the Pythagorean Illuminati. As I said before, you will find the answers you are looking for within them.

      Thanks again for reading Jeff 🙂

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  2. Thank you for the detailed response Brad, it helped a lot. I already finished reading all their books a while ago. While you’re right when you say that they mention what it takes to join them, they don’t say what the requirements are and how you can become an official member. I asked you this question because I want to help contribute to this great cause. First I plan on learning everything I can about ontological mathematics, Then once I feel ready enough, I would like to join them and help them build a new world with meritocratic laws. I’m sorry for rambling on and on about this, I just wanted to clarify why I asked you this question so you could know what my intentions are. I’m sure that as a fellow meritocrat, you can understand. Thank you again for replying, I highly appreciate it.

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  3. I’m very sorry, I just have one last question. You recommended some books for me to read after completing the math section on Khan Academy. As you know, there are many branches of mathematics, and it’s practically impossible to try to understand all of them. Also, many branches of mathematics like set theory have no ontological existence, as pointed out by the Pythagorean Illuminati. My question is this, what branches should I focus on if I want to get closer to attaining gnosis? Thank you.

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    1. No need to apologize at all Jeff, I enjoy talking about this stuff 🙂

      Sometimes it’s better to not think of the Illuminati as a secret society such as the Free Masons, but more as a group of rational revolutionaries like the Jacobins of revolutionary France. Thinking of them in this manner tells you why it is extremely hard to become an official member. Their very safety depends on only allowing in people that they know they can trust 100%. This means that the main criteria for joining is merit. A person must demonstrate unwavering commitment to the cause of creating a New World Order of reason and equal opportunity for all. If a person shows this commitment, then they might be contacted by the recruitment cells of the Illuminati.

      Of course I understand the desire to become a real member of the Pythagorean Illuminati, but it is important to keep in mind that being an official member is neither here nor there. The goal is to create an enlightened New World that is fair and just to everyone so that Illuminism can be freely shared with all of humanity. Any of us can begin working towards this goal right now, we don’t need to be official members of the Illuminati. Hell, we should all be working to create our own revolutionary and hyperrational Jacobin/Illuminism cells wherever we live so that the Illuminati come into existence everywhere on our planet 🙂

      So don’t worry about officially joining the Illuminati, you are already a member via your commitment to learning ontological mathematics and becoming a better, more rational person. Start working to spread Illuminism right now. Something as minor as starting your own blog, website, YouTube channel, etc. helps a lot, and it is a good way to tighten up your knowledge of Pythagoreanism to boot. If you need any assistance on any projects or ideas, or just some support and someone to talk to, feel free to contact me anytime. I’m going to work to answer comments quicker too 🙂

      As far as what branches of mathematics to focus on goes, I would work on studying everything you can about Fourier mathematics and complex numbered mathematics taking place within the unit circle. The book by Tristan Needham called “Complex Visual Analysis” is a good place to go once you have a good understanding of differential and integral calculus. I’m still working on getting a solid understanding of calculus, so I haven’t been able to do much work in Needham’s book yet, but that is my plan for when I have a strong foundation of calculus to lead me into the higher ontological mathematics.

      Anyway, sorry again for the delay in responding to your message. As I said, I will answer messages quicker from here on out. I hope this helped you out a bit Jeff, and I’ll talk to you soon 🙂

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