Exordium (Start Here)

Artwork by Naoto Hattori


“We're trapped in a computer program, and our consciousness has been successfully hijacked.”

 クモの網 (The Spiderweb), pg. 1, chapter 1: Simulacra & Simulacrum





You better believe it: there is something going on here.

Objective nº1: Explain why and how anxiety manifests.

Objective nº2: Develop a whole new model that seamlessly explains the illusory of the material world.

Objective nº3: Expose the parasitic activity of the mind. 

Due to established methods of mind control, hacking, and programming, it was far too tempting not to instigate on several factors that played an organized role in trapping the human psyche into a never ending loop.

We ourselves are fractals of the same source. We have been living multiplied and harvested realities beyond belief. Yet, we do not remember the angst this timeless insanity has caused through our many generations.

That's how "クモの網 (The Spiderweb)" was born.





"クモの網 (The Spiderweb)" arises from the need to expose how the anxious mind works through computation. To this end, it introduces the idea that human experience is contained within a virtual program written through computer language. One of the most neglected areas of research in the field of psychology and neurophysiology is that of trying to understand the mental as being expressed through a simulation, or simulacra, as the book proceeds to display.

This idea is introduced from the very beginning, so that the other ideas that follow fall into place. As the mind works within the lower levels of the simulacra, it weaves certain patterns: a self-reliant system that rarely finds a way out of its own web—the psyche is therefore contained. The ones that are trapped within such system are referred to as “I/O (Input/Output) Automata”, also called non-interactive programs.

The first chapter is a forewarning of what the reader is about to go through before Lewis Carroll’s White Rabbit makes his iconic appearance; a déjà vu and a reminder that we’re also very late. Naturally, the reader must eventually hop in after him. Throughout this first chapter, the idea that humanity is going through a vortex is developed, an endless loop of the same functionings until consciousness is lowered enough for the mind to become a simple transmitter.

It references Phillip K. Dick’s speech and Plato’s Republic to confirm that the mind has simply not been transcended and so we, instead of evolving, revolve around the same systems we’ve built. It also encompasses the idea of strings of information, as seen within computer programming, and how the idea of a thread is present in modern physics and in ancient Scandinavian soothsayers.

The second chapter, “The Loom”, expands and scrutinizes on how our own inbuilt systems emulate a farming structure, similar to the ones we create to exploit animals for profit, and how we unawarely live and die in the same way. It also goes to say that most of our illnesses are a byproduct of living within our own slaughterhouse. It takes the example of PTSD that is increasingly present within human beings. Such diseases of the mind do not merely arise from what we see and experience, but from how those experiences are expressed through what we eat on a daily basis.

The third chapter focuses on the programming structure that the automata of our third-dimensional plane go through on a daily basis, and how such process is initiated and run until it reaches a completely automated functioning—Dreamland.

The second part, “Butterfly In The Net”, refers to the foundational text Book of Changes and how our reality is weaved by binary codes, a technique that was available for both ancient Peruvian tribes and Chinese philosophers until numbers got mixed with words, and then words with the dream world that the I/O Automata constantly empower.

The remaining chapters, “White Noise (I–II)”, are the skinny book’s heart. They introduce “The Allowance Grid”, a matrix that simulates exactly what the anxious mind experiences, the operations behind it, and why it occurs. It criticizes most methods that were used to heal anxiety, for none understood the mathematical nature of the mind, and how this one weaves an unlimited amount of layered operations that revolve around the same axis. It also explains how nature is, by default, obsessive-compulsive. By exposing the looping patterns of the mind, one is taught to transcend it (White Noise ll: Breakthrough).

The last chapter, “Echoes”, simply extrapolates such computational model to society as a whole, and how we are all within the same fractal dimension. A dimension that zooms in, on and on, and on…


The Allowance Grid

Is your anxiety still a mystery to you?

During the development of my first book, I have distilled 10 years of witnessing my own OCD into a novel mental body that I have christened: "The Allowance Grid."

This novel mental corpus proposes that the mind works through a computational language. After years of research, I'm confident to say that within the grid lies the key to understand how the obsessive-compulsive mind operates.

After all, these are the same steps that I used to deprogram myself from the anxious patterns of the mind. Exposing how the spider weaves, allowed me to detach from its whole process.

Although a lot of the symptoms masked as obsessive-compulsiveness translate to different individualistic causes, they are all marked by the same need to protect an ideal, which is seemingly endangered—a vital piece of information that must be revisited.

However, this information is kept as a secret by the mind-spider. As you will find within the greatest part of the book, that ideal is deeply codified within the subconscious mind, leaving only the mechanism to protect it from the same mechanism that endangered it.

This behavior is similar to a mandelbrot set, a natural looping pattern that exists not only within the mind but within the entire existing matrix of what is real. Life itself is, by nature, obsessive-compulsive.

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