The difference between autism and the psyborg

Because I grew up with a fairly severe asperger I know very well what autism is and what it isn’t – in a rather malicious attempt to stretch its pharmaceutical reach, psychiatry began to treat everything as a ‘spectrum disorder’ – so that now just about every psyborg labels themselves as autistic, they’re on the spectrum! But alas, peanut butter: the characteristics of psyborg reduction do have some common ground with autism, but it is not the same animal. In practice, it is easy to see why: someone like Rutte is very psyborg, but he is definitely not autistic, because he is terribly communicative.

A psyborg is someone who is defined by three brain nodes, between which a digital reality is created that no longer has anything to do with real reality, and this entity is remotely controlled by ‘the power station’.

An autistic person is precisely someone for whom the installation of the psyborg failed.

This may be partly due to a genetic defect. In real autism there is always a hardware component that is clearly physically present. These people absolutely cannot communicate in a normal way, even if they wanted to. There is a kind of faulty connection between ‘a partially installed psyborg’ and a thinking centre that does not fully coincide with the psyborg. That makes them ‘bad psyborgs’ but in essence they are actually more human. They can’t adapt to the ‘way things are’ and are out of place in a group, so they are often severely bullied, just like my sister was at school.

If you suffer from autism, it is of great importance to realise that maybe you are not the failed version but that you managed to escape from worse.

The activation of dormant networks is often a solution for autism as well. A drug that many autistic people have good experiences with is LSD. This is because LSD has a clarity that combines well with the fairly pure logic that many autistic people have preserved.

A psyborg is actually the opposite of an autistic person: an excellent networker, knows exactly how things should be done, always fills in the right boxes, a smart person, a survivor.

That psyborg is in everyone, so it is not the case that a distinction can be made between yes and no. It is a tension between three types of psyborg: autistic and autistic. It is a tension between three generators that has existed for quite some time and replicates itself mainly through education. A modern development is that one of the generators is starting to overheat and become overgrown, the visual generator, which in turn has given rise to other disorders such as ADHD.

An inner tension field between three generators in which the attention is caught and which is controlled by a central unit by means of signals. In perfecting the system, the parasite noticed that the thinking generator was best kept as small as possible. Full use was made of the talk generator (talk programmes) and the visual cortex. In this way, an extremely controllable type of person was bred, who is hardly capable of coherent thought and can only think in stupid slogans. Can you prove this scientifically?” would be the psyche’s response to this text.

Because the thinking generator of an autistic person does not want to fit well into the tension field, you always get a failure when social programming comes up. To the autistic person this seems like a ‘fake world’ and he or she is right, it is. But a very dangerous and controlled fake world, that before you know it has a pyre ready to go (or is standing next to your Collected Works shouting that it is ‘tongue-twisting’ as if some lazy farmerpsyborg CDAKOP could imitate even a semblance of Spanish cruelty) – well, that’s where my psyborg almost breaks through again.

The question of whether autism is treatable is perhaps the wrong question. Perhaps it is the normal human being who should be treated, at least until he no longer allows himself to be steered like a headless chicken by a central unit. In a plastic brain, and every brain is a plastic brain, almost anything is possible; the key question you have to ask yourself is: what do I want to be? And above all: what is a path with a heart? Because Anaam is right in this video, anyone who is not interested in exactly that question is completely lost as a human being and has been taken over by a psyborg:

Because I grew up with a fairly severe asperger I know very well what autism is and what it isn’t – in a rather malicious attempt to stretch its pharmaceutical reach, psychiatry began to treat everything as a ‘spectrum disorder’ – so that now just about every psyborg labels themselves as autistic, they’re on the spectrum! But alas, peanut butter: the characteristics of psyborg reduction do have some common ground with autism, but it is not the same animal. In practice, it is easy to see why: someone like Rutte is very psyborg, but he is definitely not autistic, because he is terribly communicative.

A psyborg is someone who is defined by three brain nodes, between which a digital reality is created that no longer has anything to do with real reality, and this entity is remotely controlled by ‘the power station’.

An autistic person is precisely someone for whom the installation of the psyborg failed.

This may be partly due to a genetic defect. In real autism there is always a hardware component that is clearly physically present. These people absolutely cannot communicate in a normal way, even if they wanted to. There is a kind of faulty connection between ‘a partially installed psyborg’ and a thinking centre that does not fully coincide with the psyborg. That makes them ‘bad psyborgs’ but in essence they are actually more human. They can’t adapt to the ‘way things are’ and are out of place in a group, so they are often severely bullied, just like my sister was at school.

If you suffer from autism, it is of great importance to realise that maybe you are not the failed version but that you managed to escape from worse.

The activation of dormant networks is often a solution for autism as well. A drug that many autistic people have good experiences with is LSD. This is because LSD has a clarity that combines well with the fairly pure logic that many autistic people have preserved.

A psyborg is actually the opposite of an autistic person: an excellent networker, knows exactly how things should be done, always fills in the right boxes, a smart person, a survivor.

That psyborg is in everyone, so it is not the case that a distinction can be made between yes and no. It is a tension between three types of psyborg: autistic and autistic. It is a tension between three generators that has existed for quite some time and replicates itself mainly through education. A modern development is that one of the generators is starting to overheat and become overgrown, the visual generator, which in turn has given rise to other disorders such as ADHD.

An inner tension field between three generators in which the attention is caught and which is controlled by a central unit by means of signals. In perfecting the system, the parasite noticed that the thinking generator was best kept as small as possible. Full use was made of the talk generator (talk programmes) and the visual cortex. In this way, an extremely controllable type of person was bred, who is hardly capable of coherent thought and can only think in stupid slogans. Can you prove this scientifically?” would be the psyche’s response to this text.

Because the thinking generator of an autistic person does not want to fit well into the tension field, you always get a failure when social programming comes up. To the autistic person this seems like a ‘fake world’ and he or she is right, it is. But a very dangerous and controlled fake world, that before you know it has a pyre ready to go (or is standing next to your Collected Works shouting that it is ‘tongue-twisting’ as if some lazy farmerpsyborg CDAKOP could imitate even a semblance of Spanish cruelty) – well, that’s where my psyborg almost breaks through again.

The question of whether autism is treatable is perhaps the wrong question. Perhaps it is the normal human being who should be treated, at least until he no longer allows himself to be steered like a headless chicken by a central unit. In a plastic brain, and every brain is a plastic brain, almost anything is possible; the key question you have to ask yourself is: what do I want to be? And above all: what is a path with a heart? Because Anaam is right in this video, anyone who is not interested in exactly that question is completely lost as a human being and has been taken over by a psyborg:

Supercharge your autism

Why is it that an autistic person gets confused when you change a habit? This is my theory about it:

The psyborg has a very small and very limited evaluation circuit. The bulk of its evaluations are outsourced to the central office. When a daily habit is changed, he checks what is current with the centre and adapts quite smoothly and automatically.

The autistic person has a much better developed evaluation circuit and a poor connection with the psyborg central. Change a habit with him or her and his evaluation circuit comes into play, suddenly creating a complex problem that he or she must solve by him or herself.

That is why changing a habit is so tiring and confusing for an autistic person and not so for the psyborg. It is because he actually functions better, at least if you mean functions as an individual. The psyborg functions fine, but always in hive mode.

Two kinds of attention

Toltecs know two kinds of attention: first and second attention. The first is the attention you have in this world, the second is the attention you have in the dream world.

In the case of a psyborg, the dream attention is actually hardly present or accessible during the day. His two identities are almost cut off from each other, and that is why he can function so ‘well’ in this reality: he does not suffer from that ‘double effect’.

You guessed it, the autistic person does; he is constantly aware of the double effect. This makes it more difficult to carry out everyday tasks, and it is particularly for this reason that the autist is such a fan of rigid habits: he can then remain in his second attention and still function well in the first. Change these habits, however, and his evaluation circuit goes crazy: complex! Complex!

The psyborg does not have this problem. Central command  says wash hands, we will wash hands. However, the psyborg does have something built in that convinces him of his own individualism: twice a month or so, he looks something up at the power station, and that look is proof of his independence and learning.

 

M.H.H.Benders is a 'opperhoofd' (chief) that took an unfortunate turn flying through the cosmos and ended up in an industrial psyborg zone at the north sea where no one gives a shit about poetry or philosophy or magic but they love datacenters and corona rules and other psyborg hobbies.