Right and Wrong Do Not Exist
There is no such thing as right and wrong. Good and evil do not exist. In fact, traditional morality has been set up as a way to limit your potential and to control you. These arbitrary rules and regulations are put into place to make sure that you are docile and easy to control, like an animal in a herd. It’s time to break through these control systems that are limiting you so that you can be free to realize your true power.
What a person believes to be right or wrong entirely depends on a number of factors, such as their upbringing, their parent’s values, culture and religion. You are like a computer and all of these external influences are programming your mind, telling you what is right and what is wrong. For example, a Christian will have internalized all of the teachings of their religion and will base what they believe to be right and wrong on what their religion dictates to them. Even though the bible has many terrible teachings such as condemning homosexuals and placing women below men, for example, here is a verse from the “good book”.
“A woman should learn in quietness and full submission. I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man; she must be quiet. For Adam was formed first, then Eve. And Adam was not the one deceived; it was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner. But women will be saved through childbearing—if they continue in faith, love and holiness with propriety.” – 1 Timothy 2:11-15
“Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior. Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit to their husbands in everything.” – Ephesians 5:22-24
Christians will base their values on their religious system and will look to their church, the bible, or the ten commandments to define for them what is right and what is wrong. A person will define morality based on whatever religious system they’ve happened to be indoctrinated into. Every religious system has their own sets of rights and wrongs, but each systems set is exclusive and conflicts with any other system. In fact, some of these holy books even go so far as to say that you should kill those who not obey the laws of their system. Don’t you see these religious systems are viruses designed to spread and propagate their hateful ideas?
If a person does not belong to an organized religion and hasn’t given objective morality much thought their moral compass will often be based on their feelings. You see, they have unconsciously internalized the influences of their culture, environment and upbringing. Without their awareness of it this unconscious programming lurks in the background of their mind constantly influencing their emotions. Therefore, they base their morality on how they feel, if they feel good about it they deem it to be right and if they feel guilty about it then it must be wrong. These feelings do not contain any truth whatsoever but are simply the product of years of conditioning. It is vital to understand that feelings do not reveal truth. Feeling good about one action does not mean it is right and feeling bad about another does not mean it is wrong. What you feel to be right or wrong might be completely different compared to what someone on the other side of the world feels to be right or wrong. You cannot base your morality on old decaying religious books, the culture you were raised in, or your feelings. In fact, objective morality does not exist, it is an illusion, a fabrication. There is no such thing as objective right and wrong.
It is important to understand what objective morality means. It means that some actions are right and some actions are wrong and these are eternally and universally true. This set of rights and wrongs applies to everyone, everywhere, at all times, for all eternity. It means there is some kind of eternal moral code embedded into the universe that has an objective existence.
Now this is crazy. There are certainly some things that people should do and things that people should not do but there but can change deepening on a number of factors. There is no unchanging objective list that dictates what those things are. Objective morality does not exist. Logic and reason must replace the outdated idea of objective morality. Only reason goes beyond good and evil, it transcends these illusory concepts.
Not only is objective morality false and dangerous but these concepts of are impeding your growth. They take many healthy aspects of life, like the freedom of sexual expression, and make them off limits. The restrictions of an arbitrary morality are limiting you. You must be free to learn, grow and explore life, in order to become a fulfilled individual and increase your power. Friedrich Nietzsche said, “Morality makes stupid… Morality is neither rational nor absolute nor natural. The world has known many moral systems, each of which advances claims universality; all moral systems are therefore particular, serving a specific purpose for their propagators or creators, and enforcing a certain regime that disciplines human beings for social life by narrowing our perspectives and limiting our horizons.”
Objective morality was originally a set of rules created by humans in an attempt to live together peacefully and minimize conflict. It was a tool. But today the rulers of this world utilize the concept of objective morality in order to keep the public in line and docile, unable to resist. They make sure to teach that a number of “weak” attributes are “good” in order to keep humanity in a submissive sate. They want nothing more to teach you to “turn the other cheek” that way they can keep fucking you over and you will never do anything about. Morality is a human construct. It is a grave error to take these human made rules as objective truth.
Objective morality is static and unchanging. It says that some things are always right and others are always wrong. Logic and reason transcends right and wrong. It says there is no such thing as good and evil, there are only actions. Some actions may contribute to the growth of the planet and others may impede it and we must use reason to determine what is the best, most optimal action to take, but there is no unchanging right and wrong. Objective morality, is static, it doesn’t move, these religious systems were created thousands of years ago and still operate on the same basic sets of rules. On the other hand, reason is constantly in motion and free flowing. This means that it takes all factors into account, the people involved, the place, the time, and then uses logic to determine what action would produce the greatest contribution to the growth of the people, the world, and the universe.
Morality, as the concept that certain things are right and certain things are wrong, must die. Reason is infinitely superior to morality. Morality, in the case of the Christian religion, condemns homosexuals as wicked sinners. Reason recognizes that it is a lifestyle choice with no negative consequences to humanity and does not directly affect the freedom of another individual. There is no reason it should be prohibited.
If objective morality is false does that mean you should go around killing people? Of course not, it is about choosing the rational option that will contribute to your growth and the growth of the whole. In order to be able to reason properly about that you must know what reality is, where you are and why you are here. In fact, when morality is treated as real and objective all manner of conflicts occur. People from different parts of the world, of different cultures, of different belief systems, all have different moral codes that they believe to be 100% true. They will live and die by this delusion. It is very important to realize that there is no such thing as objective morality. They are nothing more than a set of rules and guidelines created in the past that have been coupled with emotional conditioning.
Hyperianism absolutely rejects objective morality. It is a system 100% based on reason and thus has the ability to change, progress and adapt in order to maximize the freedom of the individual and the whole. Following greatly outdated moral codes from broken religions will keep humanity thousands of years behind with often violent results. Labeling certain actions as right or wrong based on feelings is equally disastrous. We feel good or bad about certain actions due to generations of cultural conditioning. Morality is a human construct that people have mistaken as having actual existence. Morality must perish for reason to rise from the ashes. Once it is realized that objective morality is nothing more than a set of created rules then humanity can do away with them and embrace logic and reason to determine what will give rise to the most optimal experience.
Objective morality is a con, a façade, a delusion and it is stripping you of your freedom and power. You must be free to learn and grow, to explore self-expression, sexual expression, this reality, and your own mind free from having to worry about sinning or offending some god and without the conditioned guilt and judgment of a sick society. It’s time to ditch the shackles of right and wrong, good and evil. These are archaic nonexistent concepts created by humans while its consciousness was young and naïve. It’s time to transcend good and evil and embrace reason. Only reason will bring an end to all the wars and conflict. Only reason will give you the freedom to unlock your true power. It’s time for you to step out of the dark ages and explore the unexplored.
Ad Astra, to the stars.