Ch#9. Why do autistic people always come into conflict with other people?

The reason autistic people always come into conflict with other humans is because autistic people are REAL – humans are FAKE. Whenever a real entity encounters a fake one, conflict is bound to happen.

This shouldn’t be a mystery – it should be common sense. But yet, these stupid inferior humans have made a disorder out of something that should make common sense.

Human souls think there is something wrong with the autistic person because he always comes into conflict with other people and society. Never does it occur to these stupid inferior humans that there is something fundamentally wrong with them and that it is not the autistic person that is the problem that needs fixing.

Human souls and Autistic souls have a different priority of focus when it comes to communication and social interaction. This difference in focus is what causes the conflict. So what is this difference in focus? This is what this chapter will discuss…

Humans are selfish. They are not interested in truth. They are not interested in the “BIGGER PICTURE”. They are not interested in solving THE PROBLEM. They are not interested in finding THE SOLUTION. Truth is not their main priority in communication / social interaction. Simply because they do not think that there is any problem. Humans are intellectually settled with what is and what they know and they simply live life. To them, there is no problem to be solved. Autistic people, however, constantly see problems and solutions, whereas humans are content living in an intellectually lazy bubble their entire life.

Humans are not focused on intellectual arguments – they are focused on making a living. This narrow and selfish focus is what humans call a social functional life, but to the autistic one this is dysfunctional. You cannot separate the social from the intellectual. This is why society is fukked. This is why everything has stagnated. This is why nothing evolves.

Autistic people see this intellectual lazyness / settleness of humans as being dysfunctional and retarded. This retardedness angers the autistic person to no end. This is why conflict happens because:

Human souls are focused on LIVING LIFE – Autistic people are focused on SOLVING LIFE (to make it better).

This difference in priority of focus in social communication and interaction is what causes the social conflict. Autistic people seek intellectual stimulation with others, whereas humans seek social stimulation alone. So the autistic person chooses to be antisocial because he does not like to drink beer and watch football with intellectually lazy monkeys who think that ignorance is bliss.

Remember when I said before that humans are not focused on intellectual arguments – they are interested in living life. They are already intellectually satisfied / settled in life. This causes a conflict as the autistic person sees social value in intellectual stimulation alone, whereas humans see the intellect as an enemy to a functional social life. The autistic person views this approach as selfish and dysfunctional and it angers the autistic person to no end in social interactions.

Humans are not social because they are interested in intellectual arguments – they are social because they want to live life. But this live and let live attitude causes conflict with the autistic person who has a constant problem-solution orientation to life. Humans live as if ignorance is bliss and this angers the autistic person to no end and this is the root of social conflict with autistic people.

Life is a problem to be solved, not a problem to be lived – autistic saying

Stop thinking so much and just live life – human saying


Ch #8. How to motivate the “lazy” autist to get a job

Why is the autistic person so negative when you talk to him about getting / finding a job?

The reason is because human society doesn’t know how to communicate, inform and guide its citizens FUNCTIONALLY. What do I mean?

Human beings and human society always SAY one thing and DO another. Have you noticed?

FUNCTIONAL communication, in a FUNCTIONAL world, means that people SAY one thing and DO the SAME thing. WORDS and ACTIONS are THE SAME. This is the world autistic people come from and know. You walk your talk. You mean what you say. Words mean something. The autistic person takes everything you say LITERALLY, even if you don’t.

Only when your WORDS and ACTIONS are THE SAME, will the autistic person see that you are SERIOUS and be MOTIVATED to DO what you SAY. You have to lead by EXAMPLE. But this is not the case with humans and their dysfunctional planet…

The job center example.

I remember going to the job center and being told off by the staff there for not being exactly on time. I was 1 minute late…

They told me it is very important to come in time in the “real” world, and that if I was 1 minute late in a “real” workplace, I would immediately get fired.

I took them on their words. I believed they were serious and I trusted their advice to guide my future behavior.

Until I discovered later that the “real work place” didn’t t work or function the way I was told at all – seeing how people were late all the time, or not shaking hands properly, without it being taken seriously when I pointed it out-, I felt like society SAID one thing and DID another. Hypocritical. It operated in one way and taught its citizens another way. Strange…

When society advices you on how to behave, it seems to be only a hypocritical powertrip and a meaningless control game – NOT genuine or caring advice. Teach the meaningless rules to others and do whatever you want yourself. What a stupid and dysfunctional way to lead a society to function.

No wonder the autistic person is confused (and unmotivated) in how to “properly” behave when society sends mixed messages like this. Where is the TRUE role model?

The thing is. Autistic people are SERIOUS people, and they need SERIOUS role models who MEAN what they say and SAY what they mean.

When the autistic person see that this is not the case with the role models of society who are supposed to guide us right, they rebel and want nothing to do with the whole thing. Autistic people are functional entities who operate ONLY in functional systems.

To SAY one thing and DO another is NOT a functional way to guide citizens to function in a functional society.

The map and compass analogy.

Autistic people need a map and a compass to navigate themselves right. The clearer and simpler (more functional) the map and compass is to follow, the better they will navigate it. This is a functional trait of a functioning person.

If society is the terrain that needs to be navigated (“finding a job”) then correct INFORMATION and guidance becomes the crucial map and compass that is used to navigate it. Right?

But what happens if there is something fundamentally wrong with the map and the compass that society has given? What happens if the compass points to the south when it is heading to the north?

Will you then blame the people for not finding the cheese in the labyrinth, or the treasure box in the sea, or…a job? No…You blame the mapmaker.

Autistic people see that there is something fundamentally wrong with the mapmakers of society and are therefore not motivated to search for the treasure…a job. A functional entity is not motivated to operate in a dysfunctional system.

Conclusion: When society SAY one thing and DO another, the autistic person no longer knows what to do or what is expected from him. This existential social confusion makes the autistic person socially maladaptive and uncertain on how to take proper initiative at the workplace. This frustrates the autistic person and makes him give up very quickly. How do you know what humans want from you when they always SAY one thing and DO another? How can you functionally communicate, cooperate and work with such dysfunctional beings?

Autistic people are only motivated to take behavioral advice when people walk their talk and are consistent with their words and actions. Only then will they find it meaningful and motivating to cooperate with you and…with society.


Ch #7 How to motivate the “lazy” Autist

“Better productively lazy than meaninglessly productive” – Autistic saying

Why is the autistic person so lazy? You see, the autistic person is motivated by the quality of work, not the quantity of work. What does that mean? It means that he actually CARES about the work that he is doing – compared to humans – or he is not doing it AT ALL.

The regular, non-autistic, person is QUANTITY oriented in his approach to productivity whereas the autistic person is QUALITY oriented. What does that mean? It means you either give ALL or NOTHING to whatever you do, or it ain’t worth doing it AT ALL – there is no middle ground for the autist. The human being, however, is ok with doing things half-heartedly because he doesn’t care about his work as much. Hence she is easier to motivate to work.

The autistic one can not do anything half-heartedly and without giving his all into it;  since he finds no motivation, meaning and purpose in that. This is his problem…

He is not motivated to do things just to finish them as quickly, selfishly, mechanically and mindlessly as possible and that’s it… but he wants to also enjoy the journey and give passion, mindfulness, thoughtfulness and meaning into whatever he is doing along the journey, or he will not see any purpose or meaning of why he should do it. Because, as I said earlier, he truly cares about his work performance and wants to do it good. He does not like to do things just to do them selfishly, mechanically and absent mindedly like these dysfunctional humans and their society. He does not like his overall work performance and care for his job task to remain unseen either. 

The autistic person, actually, has the highest degree of work-ethics of all people  because of this – despite his lazyness. Because he really cares about his performance and task at work. And he has the highest potential to perform well, given a fair chance to show for it and someone who sees him for his great work-ethics and does not treat him like a performance robot. 

If you want to motivate an autistic person to do something, you have to first provide them with a framework that allows for passion and mindful thoughtfulness to exist alongside the othervise mechanical work task. He does not function mechanically like your typical “productive” human robot, who is only productive for productivitys sake, so he can make money while performing very poorly. The autistic one needs to be intellectually and emotionally engaged with his work task – not 100% mechanical and absent from it. Give him an intellectual and purposeful reason to do it, and he will do it. Do not ask him to mechanically and absently do something. Do not tell him: JUST DO IT. For he will ask: WHY DO IT? Or: WHY NOT DO IT THIS WAY INSTEAD OF THAT WAY? Remember: the autistic person is defined as being highly functional, so it follows that he would want to do everything as functionally as possible – even work. 

The autistic person must see reason and meaning in what he is doing, or he ain’t gonna find any reason or motivation or passion to do it. He will see it as a stupid waste of time (which is a fairly true assessment of human dysfunctional society as a whole) and see no reason to do it. 

Society is incompatible with the autistic work model:

Human beings (and their dysfunctional society) is money oriented ONLY in work. Work is quantified in terms of money and profit, not qualified. Autistic people are the only ones who are actually work-oriented when they work. They actually care about the quality they put in to their work. They are not good mechanical workers who only work for money. 

Why do something at all if you are only going to do it selfishly, carelessly, mechanically and without any meaning and purpose in the moment. You are just a careless productive robot then; a worthless comodity; someone who only works and contributes to society in a careless and selfish and money making manner. All at the cost of societal functioning. 

Human beings are only fixated at the destination when they work. They don’t care about doing a good job or bringing quality, passion and thoughtfulness into what they are doing. They are very mechanical when they work, have you noticed? This is because human beings selfishly lack passion or care for doing a good job. They are very selfish and work only for money – not to make society better for everyone by performing well. 

The autistic one enjoys the journey with passion – or why embark on the journey in the first place? This is why autistic people are unmotivated to work, because human dysfunctional society is not built on the quality principle, it is built on the quantity principle alone. Society wants stressful mindless productive robots, while autistic people are mindful individuals who only perform well when they are allowed to put their own thought into it. 

The car analogy: 

The autistic person is like a slow car moving forward slowly in a meaningful manner, while the non-autistic person is like a very fast car (with wheels spinning 1000000000rpm), but the car is standing completely still – it is not moving forward in any meaningful way. And the autistic person sees that most humans are this car. They are productive for productivitys sake alone, without getting anywhere. They are the car with wheels spinning vety fast but they car is not moving forward. 

Nike has the human motto: JUST DO IT. Don’t care about the result, just do what you have to do like a robot. 

The autistic motto is the complete opposite: THINK BEFORE YOU DO. It is the thought that preceedes the action that gives the action its productive quality. It is about mindful fruitful action rather than mindless fruitless action. Humans are the most productive beings in the universe, while at the same time being the ones who achieve the least in terms of meaningful results. 

The autistic person may be lazy, but he at least achieves some meaningful results. The non-autistic human, on the other hand, prides himself in mindless productivity for productivitys sake alone, stressing himself out for no reason, so he can feel productive…and achieves NOTHING. He rushes through life like a mad hamster on a wheel, and stands completely still. 


When the autistic person sees your human foolishness, he will choose productive lazyness over meaningless productivity.


Ch #6 Do you live to work or do you work to live?

Autistic people are seen by human beings as lazy and unproductive. I mean, just look at their hygiene, their unwashed pile of dishes or their dirty apartment for a start. 

You see, autistic people, as opposed to these lowlife humans, have a very rich, meaningful and enjoyable life – and mind. They are constantly busy. 

Therefore, they don’t have time constantly obsessing over trivial nonsense like hygiene, deodorants, toenail clippings, doing the dishes 20 times per day,  vacuum cleaning every 2 days, taking showers twice a day, doing the laundry 3 times a week etc etc… 

These are things for the bored,  restless and soulless monkey humans – who don’t have a life – to do. It is a desperate attempt for humans to escape their own innate boredom and empty minds. It is nothing but existential escapism. 

Imagine someone having 100000000000 of unique interests, ideas, aha moments, eureka moments, spontaneous inspirational projects and things preoccupying their minds 24/7.

Their rich minds and lifes therefore make them constantly busy on their own terms. 

Their time, focus and energy is therefore VERY precious and can not as easily be wasted on mundane things that are not important to their constantly unique tasks at hand. 

Human beings, however, are mostly restless and bored with their meaningless trivial life. At least if you compare them to the inner richness of the autistic minds.  

So how do humans escape their innate restless boredom? Answer: 

They pride themselves with being ”productive”. By constantly preoccupying themselves with meaningless and pointless things – no matter what it is – they get the illusion that their life is somehow meaningful. This is what humans take pride in: productivity for productivites sake. 

Never ever enjoy yourself, is the human motto. Always keep yourself busy and stressed – lest ye be seen by others as lazy or unproductive. And do it at the expense of those who just want to relax and enjoy the meaningful things in life for a change: music, nature, beauty, harmony, silence, art, reading, writing, creating, sex, good food…

Human beings are constantly busy for no reason, have you noticed? My neighbour, for example, usually wakes up at 6am to disturb my sleep. He will start vacuum cleaning, washing the dishes, cutting the grass etc etc… very early in the morning. 

And why is it necessary to cut the grass 4 times a week? And why does it have to be so early? Do they even enjoy sleep? Let the beautiful grass grow a little bit for fucks sake. 

There is absolutely no point in cutting the grass more than once a month – more than that is completely pointless. So why do they do it? Why this obsession with grass or vacuum cleaning? 

It is because they are bored, they are restless, they don’t have a life. So they have to disturb those of us who do have a life and who do value our time and energy doing something valuable. 

And they call the rest of us lazy for enjoying life and taking productive action only when absolutely necessary.  

There is nothing lazy with not wasting your time doing pointless things just so you can pride yourself with being productive. 

Let go of your obsession with ego, social self image and pride – being seen as a productive citizen – and start living your life, human. Don’t you have something better to do than to tell me im lazy?


Ch #4 If you don’t mean what you say, you don’t care.

The intention of communication between autistic people (alien souls) and normal people (human souls) is totally different. This is why conflict is unavoidable when interacting with the autistic person. 

Human communication is concerned with being social for the sake of being social. Humans call it “social convenience” or simply “being polite”. But for the autistic person, this human “politeness” is seen as the social retardation that it really is. Now let us continue…

Autistic communication is about exchanging only the most vital bits of information that is relevant to the problem at hand – thats it. This is and should be the true purpose and usage of communication: problem solving. 

If what you have to say is not vital or important to solving the problem or increasing your awareness or understanding of the problem at hand, then do not speak or say anything at all. You only come across as fake, disingenuous and uncaring if you do (this is what humans call social). 

Autistic people do not like to waste time and energy on things that are not relevant or important to the problem at hand. 

The autistic life is a constant focus on problem solving and solution findings – not on being “social” for the sake of being “social”. 

Autistic people only speak when they have to speak. Anything else is just a waste of time and energy beyond that. 

The autistic person is constantly busy solving important problems and does not have time to waste on meaningless chit chat. 

Let us now illustrate the point by an example…


How are you? [asking for the purpose of being socially convenient and polite]


[assuming he is asking because he really wants to know the answer] 

Im not fine. My computer got a virus and stopped working so I cant finish or complete an important project. 


[wondering why he has to be so overly specific and expecting him to only say fine]. oh ok. I was just wondering how you feel, thats all. 

Autistic: [feeling that he does not really care about an honest answer and why the fuck he would then bother to ask and waste his time in the first place]. oh ok….Did I not answer? 

Human: [jumping to another question for the sake of convenience]. Anyways… what are your plans for today? 

Autistic: [feeling neglected, neglible and invisible] Did you even listen to my first answer to your first question? What exactly did I say? 

Human: [avoiding taking resoonsibility for asking a question without being interested in the answer and thinking himself to be polite]. So whats for dinner? 

Autustic: aaaaaaaaargh. 

Human: [feeling holyer than thou and socially superior when seeing the autistic person loosing it and getting angry. Calls the autistic person sick…]. 

When you look at the dynamic of the conversation above, you see that the autistic person is focused on the details of what is being said (he really cares about the answer), while the human is not actually interested in the answer but only interested in asking the questions for the sake of social convenience and politeness. 

The human does not ask questions because he is authentically and genuinely interested in the answer. 

The human only asks for the sake of asking – for the sake of being social or convenient. Humans call it “being polite”. Being “polite” for a worthless human means making the other person feel completely invisible, neglected or left out in the process. How polite is that? (Gosh humans are stupid and unaware). 

The human is not interested in the actual content or information of the communication at all. But this is the normal way of communicating in the human world. And the autistic person – who comes from a functional world – sees this as dysfunctional. 

The purpose of communication should be to exchange vital bits of information, not on ignoring the information for the sake of asking out of politeness. How retarded is that?


Ch #5 Why autistic people cannot take instructions or keep a job.

The reason autistic people cannot take and follow instructions as easily and blindly as others is because they have to understand why they do something before they do it.

Autistic people are not your typical human sheep who blindly follow without question. Let me explain… 

Autistic people have a completely different motivational factor than humans when it comes to “being productive” or “taking action”. This is why humans see them as lazy or having a learning disability… 

You see, human beings are motivated by actions alone – usually without greater thought behind them. Their main concern lies in being productive for the sake of being productive alone. Stupid, right? 

Autistic people, however, are motivated by the thoughts that precede the action. That is more important than the action itself. In other words, they really care about the quality of their actions. 

They have to see and understand the purpose (or thought) behind doing something – before they see intelectually see the purpose of doing it. If you cannot provide that for them, then why should they just blindly follow through with your instructions? To them, this is a form of slavery: to tell someone to blindly do something without knowing exactly why? What’s the point of that? The autistic person wants to be involved in the why of doing things, not only in the what of doing.

Also, how can it be fun or motivating to do something if you are not allowed to be fully involved in the why of doing something or seeing a clear and meaningful thought or purpose behind what you are doing?

If you cannot see the bigger picture, point, purpose or reason behind doing something, then why do something at all, human? 

You might be wasting your time doing something meaningless that doesn’t lead to any meaningful outcome in the long run. Or maybe there is a simpler or better way of doing the same thing? Have you ever considered that, human? That there might be more than one way of doing the same thing? 

This way of thinking is responsible for why autistic people are seen as lazy, procrastinating or unmotivated by the stupid worthless humans who are constantly running aimlessly and without any greater purpose behind their constant restless running to… nowhere. 

Human beings are probably the most productive people in the universe while at the same time achieving absolutely nothing of real worth in the end (just look at human history – I rest my case). War after war, revolution after revolution, job after job…and where are we today as a human civilization and progress? Have we arrived in a meaningful place? 

Human beings are experts at aimless productivity for the sake of productivity. They have either no life or no brain – but they do have strong hands capable of hard work. Human beings are very hard working beings, granted. 

The worthless human being prides himself in the quantity of his achievements, whereas the superior autistic person takes pride in the quality of his actions. 

This focus on quality rather than quantity shows yet again that the autistic person really cares about his actions, whereas the human simply doesnt care – as always. He just want to be perceived as being “hard working” for the sake of being seen as “hard working”. And he values others in the same simplistic way. 

This is why the autistic person never does something half-heartedly. Either you do it whole-heartedly or not at all. The autistic person actually cares too much about what he is doing, whereas the human does not care about his actions at all it seems – as is obvious by his way of approaching an action. 

This autistic productivity motivational model is how things ought and should be in the greater schemes of things in order for it to be considered universally functional. 

If an autistic person does not see a clear reason or a meaning or a purpose to why something needs to be done in that exact way as instructed – and why it cant be done in a different or a better or simpler way – then he will not find the motivation or the strength to do it. 

The autistic motto is: think before you do. 

The motto of the human being is the complete opposite: do before you think. All you need to do to see that is to simple look at history. 

Human history is a great example of how human beings have constantly taken meaningless actions while believing those actions to have a meaning and a purpose. Yet we are devolving – not evolving.


Ch #3 Understanding Autistic Antisocial hypersensitivity to Unpredictable Sensory Stimuli

Autistic people are constantly focused on seeing and solving problems and creating understanding and awareness around them where there is none. This is their task on planet earth – or rather a biproduct of having previously lived in a functional world and having to cope and interact with this obviously frustrating dysfunctional world on a day to day basis. Unless, of course, they decide to take suicide.

Imagine constantly seeing and being aware of 100000000000 obvious problems and dysfunctionalities all at once (all the time) that need your attention, while at the same time seeing all these worthless mindless willless soulless human monkeys running around being aware of 0 and living as if ignorance is bliss and constantly distracting the autistic person from his task at hand – only further perpetuating the problems of this world by distracting, slowing down and putting obstacles in the way of the autistic person (the true caring problem solver).

Human beings themselves therefore become nothing but an annoyance and a distraction to the autistic person by their mere presence.

Not only do these ignorant annoying humans constantly distract the autistic person away from the problems he tries to solve for the betterment of his own life and the world, but they also force the autistic person to be socially engaged and active all the time against his will when he needs to be fully focused on solving an important task at hand. Which just serves to slow down or distract the autistic person even more from what is important.

Because of this, autistic people are constantly in a state of frustration and disgust over human beings and their uncaring ignorance to the obvious dysfunctionality of themselves and their world. To the autistic person, therefore, human beings are nothing but annoying obstacles and distractions in their way: like irritating rats running around aimlessly and disturbing his focus and peace of mind.

Imagine having 1000000000 of ideas, projects, eureka moments, aha moments and inspirational world revolutionary thoughts going on in your head per second. How can you ever relax, knowing that most of these ideas will vanish into nothing before you ever get the chance to actualize them in time?

Now you know how it is to be autistic. Autistic people are constantly busy trying to actualize original world revolutionary thoughts and ideas. While the rest of these humans waste their time socializing and distracting themselves with small talk, drinking beer and watching football. Who has time doing that when you are busy changing and revolutionizing the world with your ideas?

Imagine the stress and worry of knowing that most of these 1000000000 thoughts and ideas will be lost before you ever get the chance of fulfilling them or following them through to become the genius you are meant to be. And then noone will ever get to know about or see the true genius you know that you are.

While at the same time you have these ignorant aimless humans around you nagging you day in and and day out that you need to go out and be social, wash yourself, clean yourself, use deodorants, clean your room and whatnot.

To the autistic person, material and hygienic needs are nothing but a distraction from the task at hand. These are things for soulless human monkeys to do – the autistic person is busy changing the world and has no time for such trivia. Hence they are labelled dysfunctional because of their lack of hygien. Just look at the hair of Einsten or Max Planck and you will get the picture.

In an autistic mind like this, it is much easier to be distracted by everything that goes around you – especially human beings who constantly mirror the very ignorance you are trying to solve with these mindless drones.

The treasure box analogy. 

Imagine there are 2 treasure boxes. One is empty and the other is filled with gold. Which treasure box will be most frustrated if it is not found or opened by most humans? The empty one or the full one? Which one will be most frustrated to not be found? The answer is ofcourse the full one.

Because it knows what humans will miss out on so much if they do not open it and find the treasures that lies within – not only for the betterment of themselves but also for the betterment of the lives of the autistic people who will also benefit from their increased wealth (which here represents understanding and awareness of what the autistic person brings to the table). You need to open the autistic treasure box and the planet will be a better and more functional place for all.

This all takes us to the big question of the symptom of autistic oversensitivity to sensory stimuli or sudden and unexpected change in environment.

Do you agree that when you are under constant stress and worry of not being able to achieve or fulfill your inner genius of having 100000000 thoughts and ideas per second – that will probably vanish before you get to actualize them in time – that you will scan for things that have the potential to distract you and threaten your inner focus much more attentively and aggressively than other people who dont have this stress and worry?

This explains why any sudden change in your sensory environment outside of your emediate control will be much more unwelcomed than if you were just an empty treasure box knowing you have nothing of real value to contribute to the world. An empty treasure box is not threatened by a waste of time or energy or sudden unwelcomed sensory distractions. An empty treasure box can not be distracted and therefore has no need to be oversensitive to irritating and distracting stimuli such as excessive loud noise and whatnot.

The oversensitivity of the autistic person to loud noise etc.. is not a brain defect but a way of focus based on a conscious need to avoid distraction. It is a trait of his own genius trying to fulfill itself before it is too late…not a sickness or a neurological defect.

The car analogy

Imagine you are almost running late to work knowing that you will get fired if you dont get there in time. Will not the overwhelming unpredictable change in traffic patterns be perceived as more threatening to you compared to if you were just aimlessly driving around town for the sake of mere entertainment? It is the attitude to the unpredictable traffic situation that creates its overall neurological impact on the driver and not their dysfunctional brain in and of itself.

Conclusion: The autistic person is consciously avoiding being distracted by unpredictable unwanted stimuli in his surrounding more than other people, because they know they have an important task to fulfill and need to be focused much more intensely than other people who are empty aimless treasure boxes. The autistic person therefore scans much more intensely his environment for potential threats to his inner focus and concentration related to the task at hand. You cannot tolerate jumping monkeys and aimlessly running rats when you are busy focusing on changing or revolutionizing the world with your inner genius. A genius needs calm and quiet to fulfill his ideas.


Ch #2: Autistic people are antisocial problem solvers.

There is a retarded saying on your planet and among you humans which goes: “It does not matter WHAT you say, only HOW you say it. “ But to the autistic person, he knows that it is the complete opposite that is the actual truth of communication.

The autistic person cares only about the content (on the WHAT) of communication – not on the HOW of communication. He cares only about WHAT is being said and not on HOW it is said.

To humans it is the complete opposite. This is why autistic people are seen by humans as socially unengaged and aloof when communicating – as being antisocial.

The true purpose of communication to an autistic person is not to be socially engaged but to convey only the most vital piece of information relevant to solving the situation or problem at hand – nothing else. 

Small talk and being socially engaged is therefore completely unnecessary in the communication and in order to solve the problem at hand. It is seen as an annoying distraction from the problem at hand that needs serious priority of focus.

Autistic people are focused on solving the problem – thats it. They are problem solvers. Why? Because deep inside they know that planet Earth is an imperfect place (compared to where they come from) and that they will never be truly happy or be able to fully relax or engage in it until all the important problems in this imperfect and annoying and frustrating place have been solved and corrected first. In other words, you have to pay the bills first before you can party.

Autistic people are not willing to smile, enjoy and socially engage on this worthless and problematic planet because they see planet earth as nothing more than an obstacle and a series of problems that need to be solved and corrected first (not only for themselves but also for others) … before they can relax, party, fully engage and socialise like the rest. How can you smile knowing this world is so dysfunctional, frustrating and problematic? Are people blind , ignorant or uncaring? Or perhaps all of the above?

Autistic people are really caring people and they care about making the world functional again. This is why this place is nothing but an annoyance and a problem that need to be fixed before they are able to smile and be fully socially engaged again. Socialization is nothing but a distraction from the problems of the world that need fixing.

Humans beings enjoy and socialise themselves before the problems and obstacles to happiness have been solved and removed out of the way first. The autistic person takes the opposite approach because to him: ignorance is not bliss. Autistic people do not understand how humans can smile and be happy when there are so many annoying problems.

This is why the focus for autistic people is always on solving and adressing the situation at hand as effectively and quickly as possible with the least amount of misunderstanding or distraction.

They know that planet Earth needs to be fixed as soon as possible and that they have no time to waste before this problematic place is fixed and course corrected first. They see planet Earth and this dysfunctional place as a problem that needs to be fixed as quickly as possible before they are willing to relax, let go, engage and socialize like the rest. They have an important task on this planet and need to focus on solving the problems.

The focus for the autistic person is on being understood and getting the message and information across with least amount of effort or distractions related to the relevant task or situation or problem at hand. They are constantly problem-solution oriented only which makes it impossible for them to be social. 

They are brief and to the point – which to human beings often comes out as being overly blunt or to the point – even unempathic.

They are simply too solution oriented. They are too focused on solving the issue or situation at hand without unnecessary distractions beyond what is required to solve the issue as quickly and effectively as possible. They do not like to be distracted.

Autistic people simply do not like to waste unnecessary energy or time on things that are not directly related to the message or information or problem at hand such as unnecessary eye contact and social engagement beyond what is absolutely necessary to get the main point or message across as quickly and effeciently as possible.

The autistic person only says what is most necessary to get the point across and avoids all the other unnecessary faculties or details of – to a human – fully functional social interaction (such as unnecessary eye contact, bodily gestures beyond what is necessary etc). 

Human beings, however, are the opposite.

Human beings have a saying on their planet which goes against the natural order of the universe:

“it doesn’t matter WHAT you say but HOW you say it.” 

This saying is generally accepted as true for these worthless human beings and is the basis for all human interaction and rhetorics. This is what makes you social in a human world and it is also the retardation of communication that slows down the progress and evolution of this worthless planet.

Human beings respect and listen to you not so much based on WHAT you actually have to say but more importantly on HOW you say something. This is a retarded form of communication to the rest of the universe. 

If you say fuck you with a smile, you are respected, liked and admired by most humans – independent on the true content or overall intention of your message.

You could be spreading a message of hate but be seen as a respectable and loving person because you were calm, collected and / or  smiling while saying it. 

This form of communcation is retarded and deceptive in nature and why autistic people do not care about using it. Focus on what I say and not on how I say it, is the autistic motto. 

Why is the HOW more important than the WHAT for human beings in communication?

This is because human beings have been programmed since birth to only look at and focus on the outside expression of a communicated message so that they always miss the inside expression (true intentionality / information) of a communicated message.

Humans have been socially engineered this way by the educational system and by the powers that be on this planet so they can be more easily deceived and exploited by their rulers – who never ever say what they mean. They always say one thing and do another and humans fall for it all the time because of HOW they are saying it.

In rhetoric class you were all programmed and indoctrinated to completely ignore what is actually being said in favour of only focusing and giving attention to distractions and meaningless cues such as how you use eye contact, facial expressions, hand gestures, body gestures to make the point across…focus on everything but the actual message and intention of the speaker. To the autistic person, this is all stupid…

To the autistic person, it is the WHAT that should be the focus of communication and not the HOW.

This is why autistic people communicate in a way that to humans seem cold, aloof, unengaged, indifferent, absent minded, uninvolved, distanced and / or even unempathic. They are focused only on trying to solve the problem and conveying the message – not to socially engage in the process. To the autistic person, you need to get to the point as quickly as possible and with as little unnecessary distractions as possible.

Because autistic people do not see it necessary to involve unnecessary body language, eye contact and gestures in the communication of a thought or an idea more than what is absolutely necessary to get the most important point or message across for that particular situation or problem. So they seem absent, cold, indifferent and aloof to most humans.

These other forms of communication are not seen as necessary for the autistic person but are rather seen as being for the most part an unnecessary distraction to what is actually being communicated and said. These detract you from the actual message.

It is only the words and the contents of the word (information) that is important and should be the main focus of attention in communication to the autistic person. The rest is an unnecessary vaste of time and energy and only serve to detract you from the actual message and its importance.

The narcissist (which is the complete opposite of the autistic and who is the human prototype in its most extreme form) takes advantage of this tendency in humans to always look at the HOW rather than on the WHAT of communication. This human tendency is a perfect breeding ground for the powerhungry narcissist, corrupt leader or politician to strive in society and win the trust and influence of human beings.

The narcissist (the extreme human) loves to take advantage of humans overall retarded tendency to only look at HOW something is being said rather than on WHAT is being said. This is how the narcissist deceives and gets its trust from other human beings. This is how the narcissist wins the trust and influence over the worthless human sheep. Donald Trump could be intentionally insulting or bullying the audience in a calm and sensible way and still be looked at as a caring human being – simply because he said it with a smile or without cursing or using profanity.

To a human being living in a human dysfunctional society, the norm of a functional communication is that the more unnecessary faculties and varieties of expression you use when communicating an idea (variety of body language, eye contact, gestures etc…) , the more social you are. But to the autistic person, these forms and varieties of expression are looked at as being unnecessary for the most part. So the autistic person is seen as dysfunctional in his one sided, monotone, to the point, way of communication.

The autistic person only expresses what is necessary for you to get the information or message of what is being conveyed – nothing else. 

The autistic person has no need for greater variety of expression beyond what is most necessary for you to get the message – he is not your typical small talker. 

But to a human, this is seen as a very cold, aloof and unempathic style of communication.

The autistic person focuses on the message and the information rather than on “being social” (retarded). Autistic people only speak when they have something important to say – it is concerned with information and not with being “social. “.


Ch #1 A Cosmic Definition of Autism

What is autism, really? Autistic people are authentic people – thats it. That is the cosmic definition.

To be authentic is to be highly functional – thats it. Only when you become inauthentic do you become dysfunctional – or human – in the literal sense of the word. 

Autistic people are the same outside as inside. They have no masks and play no roles. They are the most honest people in the world. They are as natural as nature itself. 

This scares these dishonest humans who live in illusion and are afraid to look at reality. 

The complete opposite of the autistic one is the narcissist (the human prototype taken to the extreme). 

Autistic people have no hidden agendas. They only communicate and reflect what is truly inside – at all times and to everybody and in every situation. Scary. 

Humans have an acceptable place and a time and a situation for honest self expression – the autistic person does not. He is the same in every situation because nothing interests him as much as reality and ultimately… truth.  

Autistic people seek to constantly reflect reality as it is and in an honest fashion – thats it. They have no other interest when you communicate with them. 

They live in and enjoy reality because this is the only world they have ever known. They know no other world. They know no other alternative. 

Autistic people are truth-oriented in communication, whereas humans are ego-oriented in communication. This is the main difference in focus when they communicate. This is why conflict happens when humans and autistic ones communicate. 

Autistic people get their sense of beauty, meaning and purpose in the appreciaton of reality and truth. And they do not understand why this is not obvious for these humans to do as well. 

They have no need to play games, deceive or fool people in order to ”survive”. This is because survival is not an issue where they come from. They are used to a functional world – remember. 

They keep things real because they appreciate reality, honesty and ultimately… functionality – all three being interlinked and necessary for a holistically functioning world. 

The word Autistic comes from the root word Authentic. They even sound alike. They both start with A U T and end with I C – another clue.

Autistic people are seen by humans as crazy, because they are authentic people expressing authentic emotions.

Autistic people see no purpose in hiding their true emotions. Rather, they see the real value and importance in expressing their emotions fully and without reservation, so they can accurately reflect reality and avoid unnecessary misunderstanding and confusion where not needed – so commonly normal in ”normal” human dysfunctional communication. 

What humans do not understand is that being authentic is the natural state of things in the universe. Planet Earth is actually the only exception to the rule.

Only on a lower evolved or highly dysfunctional planet, like planet Earth, is it seen as crazy to be authentic. It is actually normal – and a necessary or functional aspect of things – in other parts of the universe to be so. 

Planet earth is obviously not a natural place, nor is it in tune with the natural order of the rest of the universe, apparently.

This is why autistic people are misunderstood in a world and in a society, like planet Earth, where being fake or false (double faced) in the communication… is the exceptional norm. 

Always say one thing and mean / do another… and then wonder why your world is dysfunctional and functional cooperation impossible.  

Two well known key symptoms of autism are: 

1) expression of exagerrated states of emotion or self-expression unappropriate or unnecessary to the situation.

2) taking people literally on their words and getting angry or confused at humans tendencies to always say one thing and do / mean another when communicating (mixed messages). 

Both of these well known symptoms are actually regarded as highly functional traits in the rest of the universe. They both have a natural, universal, explanation and are not a sickness in a normally functional world.

In a normally functional world, you say what you mean and you mean what you say; you do what you say and say what you do. Simple. 

You naturally want to minimize unnecessary confusion when you communicate, in order to make the communication functional in the cooperation of mutual understanding and in the sharing of vital information. Genuine cooperation, truth and understanding is what motivates autistic communication whereas confusion seems to be a normal part in the way humans normally prefer to communicate, for some strange reason… 

There is actually no need for any unnecessary confusion or misunderstanding in the effectiveness of communication. This is why autistic people choose this way of communicating because… autistic people value how communication SHOULD BE rather than HOW IT IS / HAVE ALWAYS BEEN. Let me repeat: 

Autistic people see value in how things SHOULD BE in order to be functional, rather than trying to live up to how things ARE in their current dysfunctional state on Earth. 

This is the reason why they see it as an insult when humans try to change or devolve them from their already higher functional way of communicating. 

What humans normally see as a dysfunctional trait is actually the functional state, and vice versa. Everything is upside down on your planet. Now, let’s continue…

One of the symptoms of an autistic person is that when he gets angry, he will show it 100%. He will be involved in the emotion with every cell of his being. 

The same goes with happyness, excitement, appreciation and all other emotions in the emotional spectrum. The autistic person does not express things half-heartedly. He either goes full-on or not at all. 

To ”exaggerate” an emotional state – no matter what is being expressed –  means to be 100% involved in the emotion as a means of effective communication of a specific thought. It is also a way to be honest about reflecting what is really going on. 

To illustrate the point further, let us look at someone who has just won a million dollars on TV. How will they usually express their chock of happiness on stage? Will they manically jump and scream and shout like maniacs and shout yippiiiieeeeee in front of all people as they should? No. Even though it would be fully proportionate to the situation, they still would not fully and accurately express their happyness and chock to the situation. Why not? Vital emotional information will be lost this way. 

Because to accurately reflect the reality of the situation 100% is seen as socially inappropriate when you seek to also maintain a somewhat reasonable social facade in the process. So all we see and hear is: ”im so happy, thank you” (the end). 

The full spectrum of what is and should be expressed emotionally – to accurately reflect the whole truth of the situation – is barely seen and is reduced to only those 5 words. Those 5 words will never be able to accurately express the whole truth of the situation. Vital information will be lost. Perhaps only 5% of the whole emotional informational spectrum is publically visible whereas the rest of the 95% is expressed in private only or with your family alone where it is more appropriate to be expressed without repurcussions to social self image. 

As you can see, the ego or social image is the thing that stands in the way of humans ability to accurately communicate vital information when needed. It is the social self image that leads to unreality or the loss of vital information. You can only see reality once the social self image is not there. 

The autistic person would never show one appropriate thing in public and express a broader spectrum in private. He would express himself FULLY at ALL TIMES with no regards of appropriation or setting or timing. Because he cares about reflecting reality like a mirror. The mirror just reflects reality, thats all. 

This is possible only for an autistic person because autistic people have no social self image. So they are free to communicate who they really are and what they really feel, at all times, without fear of loosing their fake facade or fake social persona in the process. 

Let us use another example to illustrate our point further: 

A person at the dinner table puts the most tasty dish he has ever tasted in his mouth. And as the orgasmic taste is about to explode in his mouth in the most unexpected and shocking way, he passionately tries to express how good the food really is to the other people at the table. He think they really deserve to know the truth of how good the food really is. If something is good, people deserve to know. 

But the person knows that he is in a dilemma. He knows that if he were to truly express his love for the food exactly the way he wanted, he will risk being ostracized for being perceived as unappropriate. So the full truth that deserves to be said will be limited to: ”the food is very nice, thank you”. Those 7 words will sadly only express 7% of what he really feels for the food. Vital information is lost once again. 

What would an autistic person do in that situation? He would not hesitate for a second to go: OOOOOMFG THIS IS THE BEST FOOD I HAVE EVER TASTED. Why?….

Because he cares to much about accurately reflecting the full truth of any situation, regardless of how others react to the ”inappropriateness” of the situation. 

Truth always matters more than being appropriate for the autistic person. If there is a choice between the two, the latter always wins. 

The autistic person cares about being properly seen and understood, and properly reflected at all times and in all circumstances, so that no unneccesary conflicts based on unnecessary confusion or misunderstanding as a result of lost information happens to what is actually being communicated. Keep all necessary communication channels open at all times. 

This is because the autistic person communicates for the sake of the communication alone. His only aim is to be properly understood and reflected and to properly understand and reflect others. He has no unnecessary social self image that stands in his way. The social image or fake persona is a human construct that is the root of all interpersonal conflict. 

This should be a normal thing in a normal world. Communication should have no other purpose than to effectively create understanding between all the different parts involved in what is actually being communicated. They actually use communication the way it should be used and for its intended purpose. 

Human beings, however, do not socialize or communicate with emotions. They communicate with words, body language, gestures… everything – without seeing the necessity of using emotion as a necessary vehicle for accurate communication. Human beings are afraid of authentic emotions. Why? 

First of all, you need to understand that the intention of communication between autistic people and human beings is totally different.

The intention and purpose of human communication is: how can I say and do the things I need to do and say in order to gain a survival advantage in this situation, in terms of building up my social self image. It is completely ego-survival driven. You need the social self image to survive on planet Earth, because this is how human society and economics is structured. 

Human communication is focused on survival of the social self image persona as its main goal in mind. It is tainted with the ego-survival mechanism. It asks: what can I gain from this social interaction or situation in terms of my own short or long term survival? 

Human communication is concerned with saying and expressing only that which make you more likely to survive and is not so concerned with the communication necessarily being effective at all. The social self image is and should be the focus in communication – not the communication. 

Human communication revolves around the survival principle – not the communication principle. Human beings communicate for the sake of survival: it is hidden agenda driven. Human communication is not really concerned with effective communication… at all. 

Autistic people communicate for the sake of communication alone. This is why autistic people use strong emotions and see value in expressing themselves emotionally as well – because emotions are the strongest and most effective carriers of effective communication. Autistic people are authentic because they think it is important to be understood and to understand others. 

It is just common sense for them to understand things. Because they authentically and genuinely care about creating and maintaining an aura of understanding. How can the part care about the communication and functionality of the whole when it is always seeing everything as a threat to its own survival? 

The goal of autistic communication is communication – for the sake of communication.  They focus on the effectivity of the communication and have no other hidden agenda. They are concerned with being understood when they communicate.  Plain and simple. They are concerned with understanding in mind. You communicate a thought or an idea much more effectively when you use emotion as a vehicle of expression. 

When normal people (humans) communicate, they do not use emotions because human communication is not concerned with communication – it is concerned with survival. 

This is why autistic people are misunderstood in this world and this is also why autistic people are confused when humans constantly say one thing and do another (actions and words are not the same). 

Autistic people get angry and confused when human beings say one thing and do another. Autistic people mean what they say and say what they mean. And they take it seriously…

Human beings do not mean what they say – because they are not concerned with being understood (they are concerned with saying only the things that make them more able to socially survive). 

The autistic person is truth oriented in communication whereas the human is ego-oriented in communication. That difference in focus make the human and the autistic one a mismatch in the way they communicate. 

Survival always sees emotions as a threat because in the human world you always have to fake it to make it (to survive). You have to fake things to get along with others and to get ahead in society. The norm in the human communication model is based on the survival principle…

People who are acting on their own best interest in terms of ego-survival and social self image are called functional / sane on planet Earth. But this survival principle is the very antithesis of a functional civilization. The social self image (fake ego) is actually the thing that hinders true communication which in turn destroys the overall functionality of society. 

The autistic person comes from a place in the universe where survival is not as much of an issue and therefore he is used to living in a world where communication can be fully used for its intended purpose (without having to fake it or twist it to survive).

Communication is the key to a functioning world because without communication, there can be no understanding between the different parts of the whole. And without understanding, there can be no functioning structure (no civilization). 

If the various cells in your body did not communicate effectively between each other, you would either get cancer or die. The overall functionality and health and civilization of your body is dependent on your cells ability to communicate with each other when they need to communicate something important.

Communication = overall functioning of the whole. Autistic people are concerned with the overall functioning of the world around them because they are used to living in a functional world or system of worlds. 

Human beings are selfish creatures (selfish cells) who are only concerned with their own fake survival and do not care about the overall health and overall functioning of the rest of the system / world / structure that they are part of. No wonder the world is a dysfunctional mess on planet Earth when survival of that which is fake comes before the functionality of the things that truly matter.


Book Title + Abstract : A Real Definition of Autism – Alien (Functional) Souls in a Human (Dysfunctional) World.

The purpose of this book is to explain – from the perspective of an autistic person – how the label Autism was sprung from a universal human misunderstanding.
Autism is not a sickness or a disorder at all – being human is.
It actually turns out that autistic people are alien (functional) souls living in human (dysfunctional) world – souls who come from a higher evolved place in the universe.
This is why these highly functional souls do not adapt well to this dysfunctional place called Earth or human civilization.
This is the only book that has ever outlined a true definition and understanding of Autism.
May this book bring a final end to the label of autism – for good. And may the autistic ones be seen and understood for who they truly are.


Ch 0: Towards the true definition of autism

Hi. I am an alien soul in a human body. You call us autistic because you do not know who we are. We come from another world – a functional world.

I am used to living in a functional world.
Why am I dysfunctional in your world? Because I am actually a highly functional (alien) soul, trying to understand and navigate myself in your dysfunctional (human) world. That’s it…

It is no measure of health to conform to a profoundly sick society. – Krishnamurti

A functional person who is used to living in a functional place in the universe, and who does not know how to navigate himself in a dysfunctional world like planet Earth, is what you humans call Autism – that’s it. This is the only true definition of autism. This is where the mystery ends…

We do not fit in. Why should we? We are not used to living in your lower evolved world. We come from a higher evolved place in the universe. You must adapt and learn from us, not the other way around.

We are highly functional people forced to adapt to your dysfunctional planet – thats it. There is no greater mystery to it – never was.

A highly functional person (autistic soul) living in a highly dysfunctional world (human world) becomes the dysfunctional person in that world. This is how the label Autism came to be on your planet…

My hope with this book is to end the misunderstanding that gave rise to the label autism – for good.

Autism is not a sickness; it never was, never has, and never will be. It is just a symptom of being highly functional in a highly dysfunctional world. Thats it…

This is the only and truest defintion of autism there is, and the reason this book was created. Now that this has finally been established, let us continue…

You see, I was sent to this prison planet (planet Earth) against my will, to be a worthless human, having to live in a dysfunctional human world.

I am not human, even though I live in a human body in a human world. We are actually aliens in human forms.

The human world is a dysfunctional world compared to where we come from. The human world (Earth) appears as a worthless planet to all the higher lifeforms in the universe. And many of us born here feel this deep in our souls; we know we don’t belong here.

Although these worthless humans confess to live in a civilized world, we – the higher evolved lifeforms – know that planet Earth is as far away from a civilized world as you can come.

How do we know that? Because we have lived in a real civilized place and know how a true civilized world functions.

And we can with certainty say that planet Earth It is NOT a civilized planet at all, from the perspective of an alien, despite what these worthless humans claim. This is the true purpose of this book to prove and to explain.

Planet earth is a worthless planet – a uncivilized place – in the universe compared to all the other planets in the universe and beyond. We who have spent time there – the autistic souls – know this.

This is why souls who come from those other highly functional places find planet earth to be highly dysfunctional and are therefore unable to function and blend in on this planet when they are born here against their own will.

Society labels these highly dysfunctional people sick, mentally ill and/or dysfuntional – when it is in fact society and civilization on your planet that is dysfunctional and sick. We are just reacting to this sickness while you humans think we are the sickness.

Higher evolved souls do not know how to navigate themselves in a world that is dysfunctional – especially not when they are used to live in and have evolved in a highly functional place elsewhere in the universe. This is why they do not belong here.

It is like putting a modern day citizen in a time machine and force him to re-adapt to the stone age. That wouldn’t work nor would it be practical. And even if it worked, the person would have to loose all his higher qualities of himself that he evolved to get in the modern world from where he came. It is therefore the stone age people that need to learn from the person coming from the future to visit them and not the other way around.

The purpose of this book is to explain exactly why and how planet Earth is an uncivilized and dysfunctional world compared to all the other places in the universe. And to show you why souls who come from these other places will not be able to adapt or function in this sick world. A functional soul who is used to live in a functional world will never be able to fit in and blend in with a dysfunctional world. It is therefore the humans who need to learn and adapt to the autistic person and not the other way around. Respect your older souls.

The purpose of this book is to explain autism from an alien / cosmic perspective and to give a deeper explanation on the real cause of autistic behavior to shatter the limited medical paradigm on the understanding of Autism. Autism is not a disease – human society is. Let me prove it…

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