We are the Apollo Institute of Reason (AIR)
We are the Apollo Institute of Reason, and we are dedicated to ushering in a new dawn for mankind. Politics, science, religion and philosophy will all be revolutionised under our influence.
I call Christianity the one great curse, the one great intrinsic depravity, the one great instinct for revenge for which no expedient is sufficiently poisonous, secret, subterranean, petty — I call it the one immortal blemish of mankind… And one calculates time from the dies nefastus on which this fatality arose - from the first day of Christianity! Why not rather from its last? From today? Revaluation of all values!
— Nietzsche, Conclusion, The Antichrist.
Just as the ever great inspiration Friedrich Nietzsche said, we aim to revalue all values. This means the disposing of mainstream religion which has brought the world nothing but endless darkness. In it's place will be the religion of AIR – Illuminism.
AIR plans to permanently dismantle and rebuild the global political environment, by tearing up the old constitutions, removing the old monarchs and replacing the old rules. In their places will be left wing Meritocracy whose purpose is to create a world where every child can go as far in life as their talents warrant.
Imagine, a world without nepotism, cronyism and privilege. AIR can make it happen.
AIR draws it's worldview from the work by authors Michael Faust, Adam Weishaupt, Mike Hockney, Brother Cato and Brother Aberis.
They claim to belong to an ancient secret society known as the Pythagorean Illuminati. Alternatively they are known as the Hyperboreans.
These names are of course, pseudonyms which represents a team of writers who have hammered out millions of words over the years.
The world is indebted to them, but they remain almost universally unappreciated. AIR intends to change that.
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