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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Basics
Chapter 2: Hermit vs Conformist: Where do you stand?
Chapter 3: Arguments against Hermit Fundamentalism
This book shall teach you what a hermit is, how a hermit
survives, a how-to guide, Do's and Dont's, Enemies of the
hermit cause, and arguments against. If you do not wish
to learn how and why we work, then please do not read any
Chapter One: The Basics
Since you decided to read further lets start off with
asking the basic question: "What is a hermit?"
A hermit is a person who does not conform to outside
pressures such as religion, society, and/or peers. A
hermit has a very minute social life and very low self
esteem. Hermits are usually never happy with ones self or
with anyone. We tend to like being alone so we can think
peacefully and therefore our thoughts produce better
ideals than society's conformists. If harnessed properly
hermit fundamentalism can lead to a better life of free
thought without anyone telling you its wrong to think
that way therefore banning free speech and censoring your
If you are a conformist reading this material and are
already scoffing at what has been taught consider this:
To breathe a hermit's breath is to breathe freedom. In
order to breathe this vital breath you must dwell in your
shell without outside interference and to achieve this
level of solitude is to achieve pure nirvana. What this
means is that loneliness is not bad as perceived by
society. Society wants you to believe that solicitude is
bad because they want you to only think in a one way
line, their one way line. If you do not conform you are
considered a freak and are most likely put down by
society. Loneliness gives a person freedom to do what
ever one wishes without getting embarrassed. It gives you
a chance to sit down and think about stuff openly. If you
actually sat down and thought about religion for example,
you would probably come up with some totally different
ideas than what the conformists come up with. You see,
conformists never think twice about what they are taught
and just accept it to be correct. A hermit on the other
hand has a chance to say "Wait a minute this cant be
right, I think its this way." without being thrown
in jail for treason.
But, a hermit's free thought can not be used to
"make a mark in society" because that would
just contradict the definition of a hermit. Exposure to
society will only lead to chaos and then you will be
forced to change forever so it is recommended to think on
your own without becoming famous, or face the onslaught
of society's demons. That isn't to say a hermit can not
keep a record of his thoughts. He can record his thoughts
into one book, keep it safe, die, and even if the record
is found after he dies, he has still lived a full hermit
life because he did not step one foot out into society.
His book could then teach the masses and maybe someone
will pick up on it. Most conformists like change so
perhaps the book would be used as a tool to persuade
people to stay inside.
Lets get one thing straight before this chapter ends:
People get one thing confused about hermits. They believe
that hermits have NO contact what so ever to the outside
world. This is just a myth. A hermit can still get his
sources of information from the TV or from the Internet.
Okay enough of the hypothetical thinking. There you have
it. The basic (very basic) ideals of hermit
fundamentalism. Lets review: (1. A hermit is a person who
does not conform to outside pressures such as religion,
society, and/or peers. (2. Solicitude promotes free
thought without conforming to one particular
ideology/theology. (3. A hermit's ideas can not be used
to make a mark in society unless the hermit has died. (4.
A hermit can still get his info from TV and/or the
Internet. Continue reading for a more in-depth look at
Hermit vs Conformist ideas and structures.
Chapter Two: Hermit vs Conformist - Where do you stand?
This chapter deals with the pros and cons of being a
hermit and being a conformist. I'll start out with the
Conformist side first.
CONFORMIST: Anyone who conforms to the idea(s) of the
masses. One who accepts the unanimous opinion
Strength in numbers
Usually conformists feel safe in large groups because the
group gives them protection and security. For example,
someone is messing with you. You call your group and deal
with the problem. Problem solved.
Willing to accept unanimous decision
The pro side: most of the time the group decision will
work out good for the conformist and everything will be
Willing to accept unanimous decision
The con side: It degrades the person's will to think
because the person will just go along with the group
without thinking of the consequences of the decision
first. This can be very dangerous later on.
No free will
Conformists have no free will over their decisions
because they must consult their little group of peers
first to judge their decision. This is obviously crap
because if the person has no self-judgement then they
will only grow up to be leeches who are totally dependent
on other peoples ideals. Which most conformists turn out
to be like anyway.
If people actually sat down and thought about why this
happens and why this doesn't we wouldn't have religion in
the first place. All religion is, is that some guy
proclaims he is god, or someone believes they see some
god, and people accept it and convert people to believe
this nonsense. This has to be the biggest mound of utter
crap I've ever seen in my life. THINK FOR ONCE PEOPLE!
Trust me it works!
Pepsi. Gap. Nike. You know what they are.
Multi-billionare companies who sell expensive crap to the
masses who are eager to buy it just because of some lame
ass commercial and/or their friends like em. This is what
really gets to me about conformists. Just because some
friend likes a certain product doesn't mean you HAVE to
like it to! Most store-brand stuff is way better than the
mass national brands and are a hell of a lot cheaper! Go
on spend your hard earned money on crap, the only people
that are laughing in the end are the companies sucking up
HERMIT: As mentioned before, a hermit is a person who
does not conform to outside pressures such as religion,
society, and/or peers. A hermit has a very minute social
life and very low self esteem.
A hermit usually has the ability to think of ones
decisions before carrying them out. Also a hermit needs
no "council of peers" to make judgement on
these decisions because hermits have a little something
called self-judgement. A hermit knows whats good for
himself and can make those decisions by himself for
Willing to stand alone on a topic
Lets say the topic is "Does god exist?" The
hermit picks no but the other 15 people pick yes. A
hermit WILL NOT back down from his decision just because
the other 15 people pick yes. The hermit probably has
thought about religion long enough to draw his own
conclusions. The other 15 people on the other hand just
conform to the ideal of theism and therefore stick
together in a group decision. Unanimous or not a hermit
will never back down.
No attachment to other people or things
Conformists must be attached to something or they will
keel over and die. A hermit on the other hand can live
without the affectionate thing and go on to his
thinkings. A hermit doesn't need a group to cling on to
every second on his life.
This is one of the better things if not the best thing
about hermit fundamentalism. As you think and discover,
you will never be bothered by society. You are free to go
about your business however and whenever you choose
No Hermit International Meetings
This is probably the only con about being a hermit. There
can never be a group meeting because we'd all find a
separate corner to hide under and start conspiring to
kill all the rest just to relive the solicitude his
Chapter Four: Arguments against Hermit Fundamentalism
This chapter will be set up more like an FAQ but with
comments not questions.
"A hermits life is boring! There is never anything
to do inside!"
This is completely untrue! There are plenty of things to
do in your dwelling. If ya got a computer then there's
one thing. Buy some games to keep yourself occupied. Read
a book, get a console system, rent some anime, there's
plenty to do!
"But people might start calling me a freak and not
talk to me anymore."
Well there's "friends" for ya. This is why i
never trust people anymore. If they were REAL friends
they would still talk to you and shit. But thats a little
too utopian because there are no TRUE friends and they
will always, always end up turning their backs on you.
Conformists are just too stupid to realize a hermits life
is much better than theirs.
"My skin will turn pearly white!"
So what? Who's gonna judge you? Why should you care? Its
only skin color for cripes sake!
"Peer pressure forces me to make group decisions.
Sometimes I have no choice!"
Yes you do! Stand up for what you believe in! If it
doesn't belong with the group so what? Fuck em! You don't
need to hang with a group who thinks below your level.
You will just seem outta place while they draw rock
There you have it folks. Hermit Fundamentalism. I hope
you enjoyed reading this and I surely hope you kept an
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