Hyperstition (broadly defined as fictional quantities making themselves real) can be practised on three broad pathways:

   1. Unbelief: Pragmatic skepticism or constructive escape from integrated thinking and all its forms of imposed unity (religious dogma, political ideology,   scientific law, common sense …).
   2. Mythos: Comprehensive attribution of all signal (discoveries, theories, problems, and approaches) to artificial agencies, allegiances, cultures and entities. The proliferation of multiplying perspectives and narrative fragments produces a coherent but inherently disintegrated hyperstitional mythos while effecting a positive destruction of identity, authority, and credibility.
   3. Numogram: The methodical excavation of the abstract cartography intrinsic to decimal numeracy.


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