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Psychopath's Bible epub ebook

by Christopher S. Hyatt

Psychopath's Bible epub ebook

Author: Christopher S. Hyatt
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: New Falcon Publications (November 10, 1999)
Pages: 112 pages
ISBN: 1561841226
ISBN13: 978-1561841226
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 933
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The Psychopath's Bible: . .has been added to your Cart. I can forgive doctor Hyatt because he does write that ''i wrote the book the way i wanted to write it''. And i think to some extent i think this is done with a purpose again

The Psychopath's Bible: . And i think to some extent i think this is done with a purpose again. Still i would be a little more organized especially at the first part of the book.

Christopher S. Hyatt. In most of the world, psychopaths get a bad press. In Christopher Hyatt's book, this is because the world's religious and social philosophies have little use for the individual except as a tool. Publisher: New Falcon Publications. Pages: 56. ISBN 10: 1561841226.

Psychopath's Bible book. Hyatt here writes in full speed, taking no prisoners. Hyatt ~ 8 Books. Christopher Hyatt was an American occultist, author, and founder of the Extreme Individual Institute (EII). Christopher S. Hyatt ~ The Black Book Series, The Psychopaths Notebook & Undoing Yoursel. hristopher Hyatt was an American occultist, author, and founder of the Extreme Individual Institute (EII). Using his birth name, Alan Ronald Miller, he has served as president of New Falcon Publications. 1 - The Black Book Volume I - Principles of Extreme Living.

Psychopath's Bible is a scathing but playful, easy-to-read yet insightful romp through the hypocrisies and idiocies . A very thought provoking book

Psychopath's Bible is a scathing but playful, easy-to-read yet insightful romp through the hypocrisies and idiocies of modern society. From the amazingly uselessly archaically horrific nature of the DSM to the unbelievably fascist strictures of the games that people play with power, one is reminded the importance of "THINK FOR YOURSELF - QUESTION EVERYTHING. A very thought provoking book. Do not make the mistake of reading this as Hyatt's self-obessisive dogma on how to use people and get ahead in life, and don't take the advice of a christian on books pertaining to the occult.

The Psychopath’s Bible. By Christopher S. Hyatt, P. With Nicholas Tharcher. Also, please note that we are currently working on a companion volume to this book, The Psychopath’s Workbook will be in a question and answer format

The Psychopath’s Bible. New Falcon Publications Tempe, Arizona, . by BMIT All rights reserved. Also, please note that we are currently working on a companion volume to this book, The Psychopath’s Workbook will be in a question and answer format. Here is an opportunity to participate in a worthwhile project; submit your questions now! (your anonymity will, of course, be protected.

In the most of the world, psychopaths have gotten a bad rap. That, of course, is quite understandable since almost all.

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Throughout history, throughout most of the world, psychopaths have gotten a bad rap. That is quite understandable, of course, since almost all of the worlds religious and social philosophies have little use for the individual except as a tool to be placed in service to their notion of something else: God, or the collective, or the higher good or some other equally undefinable term. Only rarely, such as in Zen, some aspects of Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism, and some schools of Existentialism, is the individual considered primal. Here, finally, is a book which celebrates, encourages and educates the best part of ourselvesthe Psychopath.
Reviews (7)
Browelali
This book is rant that as you read it, begins to have a profound effect and creates a strange hypnotic reality. I venture to guess that Mr. Hyatt is gulity of the toxic magic he elucidates. All the more admirable. We need more books like this one, where the author tells those things that rarely are ever articulated. I love the book. It inspires me to stop recycling newspaper, cans and bottles for starters. I for one think that some day people are going to look back on this time in history and laugh at us! Could it be true? Five thumbs up(per hand). Rated R for Reality. I am going to read this puppy over and over.

Painwind
At many times, I found this book to be a less abstract version of C.S. Lewis' "Screwtape Letters".
But I love his discourse of preference of W.H.O. over the DSM and his easy read of concepts that escape the majority of sheeple following any Oprah-Dr. Phil fad or pop 'empirical' lie being sold as science.
While I found it to be light reading, I have heard from friends that have read it as dark and scary. And to those it seems to create the necessary vaudau of growing thought. It definitely causes disharmony for groups dictating conformity by destruction of individuality. It seems to only be disliked by the fully indoctrinated of group think domination. I enjoyed this book a great deal.

Cyregaehus
I *will* probably quote from this book in the future. I * have * already mentioned this book to my friends. The truth is in there--nasty but accurately expressed. If you're already of a slightly negative bent--this book might straighten you; if you're an incureable optimist, it just might fix you. But all the same, I can't exactly say it's all news to me. Once you read it, you may well find yourself thinking the same--but will you like yourself when you do? It's a thought-provoker, and fun.

Mohn
Psychopath's Bible is a scathing but playful, easy-to-read yet insightful romp through the hypocrisies and idiocies of modern society. From the amazingly uselessly archaically horrific nature of the DSM to the unbelievably fascist strictures of the games that people play with power, one is reminded the importance of "THINK FOR YOURSELF - QUESTION EVERYTHING." A comically disturbing and enjoyable read.

Dangerous
Frankly I grew very tired already during the foreword and the introduction almost sent me to sleep. If I read comments by the author to the effect that the book is evil and destabilizing etc etc I expect to be in for and exciting read. This was sadly not the case, I'm not sure what I expected but this book sounds more like an attempt by the author at some kind of self glorification. I thought that apart from the turgid sections there were other parts which were just childish and silly! Sorry Mr Hyatt you are not a Macchiavelli or a Nietzsche or a Crowley and never will be. It would have been better stylewise if an expert editor had had a go at it but the author pointed out that no editor would touch it due to its dangerous nature, yeah right! more likely they could smell garbage!

Ienekan
What we believe does not change the face of fact. This book won't be popular; it probably shouldn't be. I found the book to be hilarious and awful, and I secretly think my friend in Albuquerque wrote it herself. No one wants to hear that human beings are naturally narcissistic and irresponsible. If all the wrong people recognized this, and worse, accepted it, all our dear structures would crumble and then everyone would be fighting so much more openly and something big might change. I like things the way they are much better. In fact, I am a part of it and there is no end to the craziness and insanity I have created in my life and the lives of others who had the unfortunate fate of rubbing me the wrong way. What other choice do we have but to be who and what we are? OK, lots of choices, obviously. We can convince ourselves of nearly anything in order to deny responsibility. We just want things to be alright for us, we want to have a good life, a successful career, and creature comforts. And we will do just about anything to get them, be it putting our nose to the grindstone, going to confession, or embezzling a few K from the family company. One's level of intelligence and foresight are what our acquisitions hinge upon, which is exactly Hyatt's point.

Gashakar
While short and fairly entertaining, the author seems to be more impressed with himself than he should be. Many claims are totally unsupported generalizations; the perspective is similar to that given in The Satanic Bible, but I'd say that LaVey said it better and more explicitly. Other similar perspectives may be found in Colin Wilson's writings on crime and the criminal mind.

I read this book a couple of times and am still not sure quite what to think of it. The book is very short and can quite easily be read in one sitting - however like many of Hyatts books packs a lot of information into a short space and each re-reading reveals more. As the name would suggest this book is 'dark' in nature and it gives nothing to lighten this. Unlike some of Hyatts other books I did not find this one particularly inspiring, however it is an interesting and thought-provoking read.

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