Amystology as a principle stands as a negation or antonym of mysticism which is a state of delusional onierism detached from reality. Amystology proudly stands firm on the pillars of mans nature itself which is a creature purely material and empirical in nature.It valiantly proclaims that knowledge can never be acquired beyond reason and considers every attempt  by fanatical mystics as a trivial labor and buffonery which is not conducive to the salubrity of the individual.

The minute man digresses to find a cause beyond the natural world that is the very moment that the delusional buffonery starts to manifest itself.Man has been said so many times is made by matter for matter.Hence, mysticism can be considered  as a legalized derrangement and impairment. Mystics are adament in deluding and derranging  the most precious creature that ever existed which is sage man into a trepidated cave animal and thrall to their oneirical tommyrot.

The fact that man possess a material mind itself should have been a deterrance to our mystical zealots. But unfortunately a mind unconquered by reason is like a running car without a driver which continues to run even after a terrible crash or like a drug addict which continues to indulge even if he is witnessing his own destruction.

Reason is the savior of humanity the sentinel against injury and extinction brought about by temporary or permanent insanity.That is why humans in bedlamite assylums who have lost their reason either to delusional disorders or schizophrenia are restricted and locked up until their reason is restored.One cannot fit the visage of a moon into the consciousness of a blind man because his consciousness has been robbed off of a valuable sensual organ.Hence,conception and knowledge are impossible for all mystical creatures invented by mystics and forced upon us to accept because of our material minds. Immanuel Kant (see figure 1) with his so called Trancendental idealism school of thought states in one of his quotes “Intuition and concepts constitute…the elementary of all our knowledge,so that neither concepts without an intuition in some way corresponding to them, nor intuition without concepts, can yield knowledge.” [1] Not just in this quote but in his entire book entitled The critique of pure reason kant is not teaching us anything new or telling us what his ‘transcendental idealism’ can discover. His theory is the negation of materialism and pointing out the short comings of pure reason delving into idealistic onierism and phantasmic hokums staggering in his own imagination as if he can ‘transcend’ beyond reality which might be possible but only into the realm of conceptualism and soliloquy. If man is not engaged in reality he must be engaged in reverie. In other words if man is not corporeal in cogitation then he must be conceptual.

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One of the objectives in Amystology is to demarcate a clear dichotomy between  conceptualism and corporealism so that people won’t get flummoxed and derranged. Ayn rand (see figure 2) in her book for the new intellectual  page 126 says “Reality is that which exists; the unreal does not exist : the unreal is merely that negation of existence which is the content of a human consciousness when it attempts to abandon reason.”

 

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Kant finally comes to his senses from mystical fummbling and makes a sensible statements like this one once in awhile “All our knowledge begins with the senses proceeds then to the understanding, and ends with reason.There is nothing higher than reason.” [2] Once again affirming the righteousness of pure reason and corporealism.

The school of stoicism founded by Zeno of citium have also similar patterns of behaviour with kant once they regard reason’s important and next they become material mystics.Continuing with Kants quotes he states ” But although all our knowledge begins with experience, it doesnot follow that it arises from experience”[3] Now he recedes back to conceptualism which is the realm of ideas detached from corporealism which is the realm of reality. I challenge this quote  by asking the question. How can it be possible for me to acquire knowledge beyond experience ?

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As an example i would like to bring up a story of a blind man since birth who has never heard or touched an object called a table.Lets assume that he had not experienced this thing called a table via the five senses.If then how can this poor man possibly ‘know’ of the existence called a table beyond experience ??? Can he “intuitively” know a table and explain it to his audience without empirical experience ? Can he discribe the object when asked by an inquirer ?

we should recognize the difference between knowledge and ideas. Knowledge is exclusively acquired through experience but ideas can be acquired from reflection and rumination. Intuition as i elaborated in my previous article can never be a tool of perception.Intuition by itself is a concept to begin with not a tool of perceptual organ like the eye,ear,nose,mouth and skin. Hence, it will be tommyrot to state that one can perceive ideas through an idea.

Therefore Kant should have said -But although all our knowledge begins with experience it does follow that it arises from experience-. Once again affirming the rectitutde of objectivism. It is absolutely impossible to acquire knowledge from conceptualism but from corporealism.

Amystology as a school of thought emphasises the authority of rationalism above empiricism eventhough both are the exclusive and valid means of knowledge. Conceptualism is not a source of knowledge but a source of ideas some of these ideas may be delusions, paranoidal deduction,and so forth which makes conceptualism dangerous and unreliable. But rationalism which is based on the foundations of mathematics as long as there is no error in calculation is always true and its conclusions can be regarded as knowledge.

we like to hear more of this kind of statements from Kant like this one “It is beyond a doubt that all our knowledge begins with experience.” [4] Once again affiriming the verasity and righteousness of objectivism in oppossition to his ‘Trancendental idealism.” I stated earlier that rationalism is regarded higher than empiricism in Amystology because of the fact that pugnacious cozeners might purposely mislead the human mind by illusions and controlling perceptions.Rationalism is equipped with math hence it is absolutely immpossible to deceive on math and calculation.But still empiricism is also the exclusive means of gaining knowledge eventhough inveiglers might abuse our senses and decieve us so that we reach a wrong conclusion or create a distorted concept .Illusionists and magicians which are mystics make a living out of peoples mystification abusing their senses and controlling perceptions.

As a general consideration there is no conflict between mysticism and amystology except in methodology. Ancient mystical contemplators of the Iron age and beyond had one goal in mind tamming nature.Plato,Jesus,Mosses,Muhammed,Buddha, and so on where all trying to master nature for instance by their attempt to cure societal ills,cure the blind,navigate seas,create rainfall, etc….These primordial ancient mystics were quack scientists. Mysticism is a primordial rudimentary precursor of modern science.Scientists and mytics are all attempting to manage nature.They possess an aspiration which is identical but a methodology which is divergent.

Mystics try to tame nature via prayers,sacrifice,fasting,self-immolation,alms and so forth as if nature is conscious which makes their methodology absolutely spurious and ineffective. In comparison to amystologists or scientists who employ reason and the scientific method in their approach which renders them extremely successful.

Idealists,subjectivists and all other mystics are all thralls of concepts.Slaves of their own imagination and inventions.Amystology stands for the manummision of the individual from the thralldom of concepts.Because man has been terrorized for ages either by a supreme character called “God” or given a false hope of fulfillment by “The laws of attraction”.Amystology aims to annihilate the schackles of Conceptualism and teach man how to bend and tame the laws of nature via reason,science and research.So that man can build a better life for himself and his fellow humans reaching the ultimate destination of human masterdom.

 

REFERENCES:

http://www.brainyquote.com [1],[2],[3],[4].

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