... I want to suggest that our brains have evolved a non-logical data processing facility which is, in its own way, every bit as useful and sophisticated as reason but which we tend to play down or analyse away because its causal connections seem so tenuous. This facility, which I called 'feeling' acts much faster than reason and seems to process vast amounts of data in parallelrather than sequentially like logical thought. (p9)
chaos magic allows for such modern sensibilities by putting the dogma through a blender. A typical blender is "Let us adopt a belief system in which..." and then follows the crap about dark forces. The word 'paradigm' makes a useful blender for people with over-Scientific sensibilities. (p17)
It is actually better Magic to keep the discovery to oneself rather than evangelize it as if it was a Scientific or Religious truth.
Like all the best Magical ideas, this one goes completely against normal belief: mostly we tend to cherish the complications, inconsistencies, and confusions in our mind. We are afraid of simplicity because we feel that a human who had purged himself of this great cloud of complications would become cold and 'inhuman', so much have we identified with complexity. But surely we can sympathize with each one only to the extent that we have some elements in common? So surely anyone who had reduced himself to those simplest elements would, far from being inhuman, be the most truly human and sympathetic of us all?