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 Christopher S. Hyatt Vs Raw
thelemite
post Feb 1 2007, 10:36 AM
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Hi guys!

I was enquiring as to whether any of you have any books by Christopher S. Hyatt, particularly:

The Psychopath's Bible: For the Extreme Individual
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Energized Hypnosis: A Non-Book for Self Change

You see I am very interested in self-change or bettering ourselves through magick and psychology, etc. I have just started reading Prometheus Rising by RAW and was wondering how Hyatt's work compares to his? Would I be wasting my money by buying the same techniques or theory in Hyatt's books? or are they two different schools of thought?

Thanks for any replies.


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post Sep 9 2007, 07:15 PM
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I can't say much about RAW as I haven't read any of those works. I can tell you about Hyatt's books though. Well, at least The Psychopath's Bible and To Lie is Human Not Getting Caught is Divine. Hyatt's books are big on the master slave mentality. As in, that there are the weak individuals and the Strong ones. The Psychopath's Bible basically states you are not an individual and you are a slave, get over it. It states that you do have the capabilities to be a master though, with the right tools and help. This book continues to go through how you are a slave and how you can help free yourself from your bindings. If you were wanting to read The Psychopath's Bible, I would Highly recommend finding and buying To Lie is Human first as it sort of begins you off and it would be kind of hard to understand The Psychopath's Bible without it.

Hope this helped and if you have further questions don't hesitate to ask.

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post Sep 20 2007, 11:45 PM
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I'm not so sure it's necessary to pin them against each other. They have similar writings and both of them seem to know what they're talking about.

I read Hyatt and Black's Urban Voodoo, and Pacts with the Devil.

Robert Anton Wilson's Prometheus Rising

Scored low on my bullshit meter. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)

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