This essay picks up where the Accelerationist Primer left off. It explores the concepts of katechon and Antichrist in the context of political philosophy and accelerationism. Modern society can be seen as a battleground of retaining and accelerating forces, order and chaos. In this context, hyperstition refers to ideas, concepts and narratives that have the ability to influence the course of events in the real world. Loaded into the cultural mainframe, it creates apocalyptic feedback cycles, accelerating tendencies toward chaos and dissolution, which is necessary to bring about systemic change. If the current status quo is the katechon, then accelerationism is the Antichrist and hyperstition its magical power.