If the discussion forums on the internet currently are anything to go by, then we have a good indicator on how steeped in modernity the spirit has become; I call this the Twilight of Philosophy. Never before was there such an unprecedented comfort level; what has sprouted are vast patches of poppy fields and debates revolving around the best fertilizers to sustain this level of dope. I say unprecedented because even humanist philosophers like Sloterdijk are forced to speak out at the contamination of reality occuring. Income without performance, insurance securities taking over the slightest sufferings, claims of victimization preceding any readiness to fight, information consumers relaxing on authority stamps than experience for persuasion, persuasion than passionate inquiries, pacifism, infantilism, feminization, sexual banalities, gender intorsions, genetic distortions, racial denial, narcissistic self-advertizements and hosting self-promotional publication dinners for re-editing works that pass for knowledge and such schizoid self-fragmentations, spreading themselves thin mark this twilight of auto-narcotization. The Nihilistic Rejection of Reality monopolize both ends of the binary system: variations Within ideologies based on the Absolute-one and the Absolute-nil, both relying on erasing one's past, both promising the absent whole that would technically end existence, occupy every spectrum of life. While this takes the illusion of a debate, of the occurence of dialogue, of thinking, of philosophy, factually, it is only a saturation and an internal polemic over which end and variant of nihilism ought to dominate. The right-left dichotomy are 'conflicts' over method than substance, while both sides agree on the fundamental homogenizing principes of production, consumption and the "freedom of the individual". As Nietzsche, Baudrillard and Sloterdijk have remarked, the "simulacra of options" has only made the human animal more stupid, redundant, hedonized and dependent on the system more than ever. Some have said, "This is a war like no other", and I agree with them. According to a Vedic myth, the churning of the ocean helped separate the nectar of immortality from the poison of death; while modernity and its by-effects cannot be 'escaped' from, the furiously churning machine aids the separation of the sane from the insane, the healthy from the sick and the decadent, and man from the under-apes. The same movement that furthers the growth of the disinherited and the depraved many are also what necessarily prompt the rare few to want to become stronger and self-distinguished from all this dis-ease that is modernity. I offer notes and an objective assessment on the state of our reality, in the hope of some rare few may awaken to what confronts them and prepare for it.