Reality Hacking – Exploiting Religion and Occult Science

Supernatural and Occult has always captured the imagination of the human mind. There are numerous cases where specific beliefs have been exploited by people for wrong purposes. It is important to understand where to draw a line. While It is easy to slip into debates related to religion and global issues, we will focus on an example of reality hacking and see how one can be exploited using a belief. The subject itself is controversial in nature, so it’s best we kept aside the moral values and ethics for a later discussion.

Before we start, lets understand what hacking is and what a system is. Most people say, hacking is about stealing passwords and getting the root or something similar. And a system is any computer or network which we want to hack. But in true sense, hacking is شحن فري فاير مجانا just about passwords. It’s about improvising a process or taking advantage of a system as a whole. A system consists of people, process and technology. So, even the entire company is a system. The way nature operates is a form of system. Even the way you do your daily routine and spend time with your family is a system. And hacking can be applied just anywhere, by studying it carefully. This view is generally known as reality hacking, and is similar to the final climax of Matrix, where Neo finally believes in himself and sees everything, including himself as a part of Matrix.

Occult science in everyday life.

How many times have you read or seen people reading the daily astrology column in newspapers? or, how many times have you shown your hand to a common friend or a hand-reading expert to know the future? How much of it do you believe really?

Some examples:

In India, almost every marriage is done only if the stars match. You would face considerable resistance from old grannies and mothers in getting married to the girl you like, if the kundalis1 do not match. Imagine, a small astrological chart can actually determine if your family approves your relationship or not!

The home interiors, design and furniture is largely determined by Vaastu Shastra2 in many Indian homes. Even today, new apartments or flats are rejected if they do not satisfy the aspects of Vaastu! So if you are a builder, you have a slightly better chance of selling your newly constructed buildings / homes if you promote them as designed as per Vaastu Shastra in certain parts of India!

Huge donations are given in name of Poojaa3 or Homam4 which are held almost every month some place or other to ward of evil spirits, seek blessings of god and bring peace and harmony. The revenue generated by these donations qualify the religious bodies to be listed in Stock markets! For example, the annual turnover of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (One of the largest religious bodies in India) is over 135,093,956.32 USD! Not to mention reserves.

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