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File: aa76968ca5a5252⋯.jpg (74.12 KB, 480x551, 480:551, Tree elemental.jpg)

 No.50803[Reply]

Elemental spirits are beings who are consciousnesses of trees and rocks and so on. Everything in nature has a corresponding elemental spirit.

An elemental spirit is brought to light by the interaction of human consciousness with something in nature. For example by a human paying attention to a tree, a tree spirit is brought to light. Would the tree spirit have existed if a human had not payed attention to it? That's a question.

People have said that elemental spirits resemble humans, a tree spirit has human like characteristics. I don't know if that is true or not though. What is the purpose of humanity?

Humanity is a sort of midwife who was created in order to help bring to light the personality of nature. The light of human consciousness helps to animate tree spirits and rock spirits, creating a living community of beings in nature, all of whom have characteristics that are similar to humanity.

But it is not only natural things that have elemental spirits. Cars have consciousnesses too, as do computers. We can talk to everything as if it were a human, and by doing that what is talked to responds by projecting energy back at us that can be sensed on an intuitive level by us.

We can just talk in English to rocks and trees and so on because the words we say carry the emotional intent behind what we speak, the energy of what we say and our intentions is wrapped up in our words.

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File: 3067917294d2b4a⋯.png (2.92 KB, 412x105, 412:105, tellthem.png)

 No.46113[Reply]

tell us anon

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 No.46516

File: 76e7fd7ed877c26⋯.jpg (161.35 KB, 700x560, 5:4, Eris 016.jpg)

>>46499

Most spells in DnD are cast with charisma. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear of fear is Fear². What do you want your gram to be filled by holoanon? Love? Wisdom? Power?

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 No.46528

Sage

Sage

R9k mode is for faggots

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 No.47850

that we all have implants, this post was about an implant in your brain.

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 No.47852

File: ef6c91b19fb2580⋯.jpg (91.02 KB, 682x1024, 341:512, DflC5xnUYAAt-oH.jpg)

>>47850

you could post anything on the internet and you chose to bump this shitty thread

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 No.50801

hes coming.

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File: 6e77ce442375ca9⋯.jpg (95.81 KB, 720x1280, 9:16, 806027210_204589.jpg)

 No.47509[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

https://github.com/fatum2/fatum-en/blob/master/docs/fatum_theory.txt

theory and source code for fatum bot

The Fatum Project was born as an attempt to research unknown spaces outside predetermined probability-tunnels of the holistic

world and has become a fully functional reality-tunnel creating machine that digs rabbit holes to wonderland.

feel free to reverse image search

this isnt close to our best find

basically we generate attractor points using qnrg and visit these random places to break out of predetermined probability tunnel

It consists of technical, causal and memetic parts

use bot to generate attractor points using quantum random number generator, visit these locations and break out of your predetermined reality tunnel

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 No.50784

>>50763

Once again my laziness and paranoia saved me.

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 No.50788

It just hit me that despite the author's name being Jamal Yusuf and living in Charlotte NC the logged map links with the locations commands are sent from have a query string telling Wikimapia to set its language to Russian. The blog linked on his Github has been inactive for four years, and his Github itself was barely active for three years, until he posted Fatum.

There's also a liability clause. If someone gets your information from the bot, then you willingly gave it to them according to the agreement.

>Warning: By using this software you automatically agree to take all responsibility of its usage and any consequences of its work.

>You agree that Developers of this software are not responsible for any effects of visiting generated locations or any other actions in the context of using this software.

>You agree that all users of this software can access any functionality provided, including settings changes, all types of random points generation and maintenance functions, and all that functionality you provide to them by your own will, regardless of whether you understand how it works or not.

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 No.50789

>>50788

It's probably unironically a Russian intelligence agency.

>get anons to engage in reality-bending LARP

>nevermind the actual potential of the notion

>say the coordinates are based on groups of random locations

>it's really just intelligence targets they want to probe

>random anons go to those locations, take photos, and send back to Russian controllers

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 No.50796

>>50789

I checked, the RNG itself isn't rigged and it's pulled from the Australian National University. Fatum just logs your name and location in addition to being a random coordinate generator. If anything, the users themselves are the intelligence targets.

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 No.50797

>>50796

So Russian government agencies are building an army of guinea pigs disconnected from destiny

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File: 114ba20a1b3d662⋯.png (241.38 KB, 516x516, 1:1, 114ba20a1b3d6625d07c923a75….png)

 No.48264[Reply]

Has anyone saved the real pic?

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 No.50676

Before you bump, read the /pol/ archive link at >>50614

It was a hoax. A super-PAC got triggered by a /pol/ thread and did this in retaliation. In the interest of not violating Rule 2 I won't bring up any further details here.

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 No.50767

File: a5d3760c8ed45f1⋯.png (556.97 KB, 726x593, 726:593, 8b8559469e9e4b7dd53fa54f86….png)

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 No.50768

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 No.50769

File: e00a6bbc27c92f1⋯.jpg (182.18 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 1558233707053.jpg)

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 No.50770

Either this ascended to meme status, the "OP" from half/pol/ is still shilling, or people actually think it's real. But seeing this thread get bumped by a pile of fakes every time it slides off the front page is getting old.

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 No.50709[Reply]

Is Nightfuel:

Just a regular spammer (Each link is a different account with different videos, in case someone reports one to Google for outside spam)

The Clinton super-PAC Shareblue, sliding the /pol/ archive link implicating them in the ayy hoax

The rabid anti-theist from the "ban the Christians" thread, the succubus thread, and the doomsday thread, sliding any discussion of his rants, his straw-Christian posts, or the idea that the neopagan divine feminine is subject to atheist arguments such as the Problem of Evil.

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 No.50710

>>50709

I just deleted the nightfuel spam threads but before doing that, I looked through the user's post history. He hadn't posted anything else other than those threads.

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 No.50713

>>50710

So either a VPN or a youtuber spamming /x/.

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 No.50721

>>50710

Watch out for viral marketing. It can be hard to differentiate at times between a legitimate conversation about a subject compared to viral marketing, but half /x/ always had it quite bad. Multiple threads about the same subject within a short time span is usually one indicator. If you've been here for years, you just know it when you see it.

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File: 74659abd81b3663⋯.jpg (333.39 KB, 1600x1067, 1600:1067, maxresdefault.jpg)

 No.40436[Reply]

This was written at 330am after we had returned home.

>be me, 3 hours earlier with friend camping

>in southcentral Alaska

>followed a dirt road/side trail that only trucks or 4 wheelers could navigate

>found the perfect secluded spot

>only one way in, very far away from anybody else

>feeling like we found the perfect pocket of the forest

>make a fire, roast hot dogs, the whole camping experience

>night time rolls around

>laying on air mattress in tent, talking, starting to fall asleep

>slowly quiet down and start to sleep

>hear twig snap outside of tent, to the left of me

>friend hears it too

>bear

>it's gotta be a bear

>he grabs bear spray, I ring our bear bell, we sit and wait to see if we hear anything else

>possibility of a bear is high, especially with how remote we were

>time passes

>hear low rumbling sound, this time to the right

>friend also hears

>wait it out again, we really aren't sure if our minds are just playing tricks on us now

>friend keeps thinking he hears something and asking me if i did too but my ears are shit so I didn't think I did

>friend eventually has to pee, I'm scared so I ask him to stay near the tent

>he gets outside, shines flashlight at woods

>sees orange light flicker in the woods AWAY from where we came from, like a reflector

>only one way in

>Lord help us

>decide to start the fire back up so we can see around us better

>notice that 2 out of the 4 ties that hold the top of the tePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.50640

>>40437

You must've been visited by the notorious knot untying racoon. illusive creatchah.

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 No.50642

>>40452

Never trust someone that tells you to not trust your senses and instincts.

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 No.50643

>>50362

Yes, but where do they go? They may get lost there, BULLSHIT, you don't know where they get lost but then where do they end up if they are never found again?

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 No.50661

>>45032

>How do socks go missing tho.

Funny you ask, because it happened to me for the first time in ages. I usually pair my socks when I shove then in the washing machine, but I didn't this time. So I wasn't sure whether or not they were all paired. One of them was missing. Found it later when washing my jeans (the sock was still in a leg).

Also, people forget to check the dryer. Always turn the drum one or two times to make sure they are not stuck somewhere in there.

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 No.50715

>>50381

This >>50388

Was trying to meme it off because it scared the shit out of me.

>>50394

Thank you.

>And yeah, sounds like you encountered a hag

I thought hag was just a derogatory term for a very old lady. Well shit

>but left you relatively unharmed

Just the thought of that thing watching me sleep in my uncle's cabin is enough to keep me awake at night.

When I think back at it, like I had to when I greentexted it, I get really nervous, specially when I'm in my bed. Feels like when I least expect it, I'll see "it" hunched down in some corner of my bedroom, watching me sleep again. And it keeps me awake for some time.

This whole situation is fucked.

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File: b4888f5a8fab999⋯.jpg (310.33 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, kurt-cobain-1024.jpg)

 No.50630[Reply]

I was wondering this since I've been thinking about it around the 2010s

a lot of what we call "soyboys" today were imprinted in the images of Eddie Vedder and Kurt Cobain and some of their pals.

now I like some AIC and Soundgarden but this sudden shift of celebrating masculinity in the 80s to despising it in the 90s seemed a little off to me.

he's also been in the news lately. with a lot of his gear being sold for high prices and their daughter getting pissed at Courtney Love

also any theories surrounding his death or the symbolism appreciated.

sort of a /mu/ and /x/ crossover thread

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 No.50712

>>50703

I dunno, the video made an absolutist statement themselves right off the bat so I guess whats good for the goose is good for the gander.

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 No.50714

File: 5f80987f5b55b28⋯.jpg (73.74 KB, 680x911, 680:911, Mike_conley.jpg)

>>50691

>Upper class men used to wear make-up and wigs, and skin-tight pants.

Yes, in the 1700s.

And more often than not, those people were effeminate. They rarely had to work; they had serfs and slaves for that. They could spend all day fulfilling their hedonistic desires.

>He thinks that I believe long hair = feminine

Tell that to Kevin Nash, or Paul Levesque, or Mark Calaway, and see how long you last. Sure they have little in the way of actual fighting background, but they don't need to; their imposing physique is usually enough. Long hair on its own isn't feminine. You can be jacked like a motherfucker and have hair long enough to use as a ladder.

>This idea that manly men need to look a very specific way is relatively recent

What definition are you using in terms of "recent"? There's a very well known picture of boxer Mike Conley from the late 1800s that bear the archetypes of what I'd deem manly. Then you proceed into the world wars and on both sides, particularly America and Germany, all the propaganda showed strong males once more in this archetype. Chiseled jaws. Radiant, short hair that has been styled nonetheless. Toned chests. Bulging arms.

>David Bowie for example was a "real man"

That fucked Mick Jagger, but do go on.

>Caring about your appearance is not inherently a feminine trait

YES IT IS.

Present day niggers spend thousands on shoes they're never going to wear, pride themselves on "bling", and continue to buy eyesore modifications for their car. All in the name of caring over their appearance. Though they may not look it, they are buying into effeminate behavior, pure and simple.

>I'm willing to bet that Bowie's testosterone level was higher than 95% of men alive today

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 No.50726

>>50714

>And more often than not, those people were effeminate. They rarely had to work; they had serfs and slaves for that. They could spend all day fulfilling their hedonistic desires.

See, this is where we disagree. You seem to think that being manly must be necessarily about hard work and being busy doing stuff. That's completely arbitrary and sounds very lower class. You're not less of a man because you can afford to play chess while drinking tea instead of chopping trees down.

>Then you proceed into the world wars and on both sides, particularly America and Germany, all the propaganda showed strong males once more in this archetype.

Maybe because they were soldiers? Yes, a soldier needs to be in good shape and keep his hair short for practical purposes. But again, you're defining masculinity in a very utilitarian and situation-specific way.

>YES IT IS.

No it isn't. Who cares what niggers do? Caring about your appearance is a basic human trait. If you wash and shave your face, get a haircut once in a while, and try to wear nice clothes, you're taking care of yourself, not being feminine. If you didn't do those things, you wouldn't be seen as more manly… you'd just look like a hobo. It's sad, you've been brainwashed to believe that you're not allowed to improve your appearance, even though people will still judge you based on how you look, even if they say otherwise.

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 No.50858

File: bcbc11a3cfd452b⋯.jpg (155.33 KB, 1401x788, 1401:788, 1401x788-GettyImages-85513….jpg)

Luckil the true bastard king of rock n roll lived through all of it. Steadfast, stubborn, full of vinegar, and ready to mount the world that tried to fuck him over. A true man who was born to lose, but lived to win. RIP Motorhead. RIP Lemmy

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 No.54348

it was 'psyop' since beatles/presley days at least

basically any popular shit is a psyop

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File: a6b06bf661af15d⋯.jpg (36.57 KB, 850x400, 17:8, quote-freedom-cannot-be-gr….jpg)

 No.50622[Reply]

Is this possible? I've made a couple of them mad but haven't made them use it as a justification to believe me.

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 No.50681

>>50678

The "atheist" can't be the BO. He wanted Christians banned, and Christians aren't banned yet. And he's not even an atheist anyway. The first time I bumped into that hotheaded shill he was ranting in a succubus thread about the classic "problem of evil". Then he started talking about how occultism being a sin proves his point, how he was in a healthy relationship with a conjured succubus (if such a thing is even possible) and how Lilith is an aspect of the "feminine divine". After getting outed as succubus-anon and told how his own goddess is subject to his problem-of-evil rant the "ban the Christians" thread came up and the astroturfing and shilling kicked into full gear.

If the BO and this clown were one and the same then saying the sacred feminine is subject to every argument against the existence of a good and perfect God in a world where evil exists would either get me perma'd, give him a stroke, or both. He's definitely not the board owner.

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 No.50684

>>50681

It was a BO of a different board.

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 No.50686

File: 235650152ce8598⋯.png (150.05 KB, 878x420, 439:210, F4D97409-9D72-4B50-9FE6-04….png)

>>50681

But as I say my beliefs are far more complicated, I see women as dualistic and men unitary. This explains why women today are fucked up because if God created a woman and Satan created a woman and neither turned out "right" Eve and Lilith, respectively , one a horrid slut the other a naive idiot who preyed on Adam's desires, unknowingly, this explains the dual nature of women and why they are predestined to be mental, never question anything beyond the norm, are mass consumer junkies and are the cause of wars in and of themselves, even a heterosexual man myself I think they at least need to be micromanaged and lorded over, hence if they are not, chaos happens. Pic related.

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 No.50688

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I like stirners template

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 No.50694

>>50688

wasn't Lacan sort of a shill? I'm very skeptical of looking into him, though I like other sociological philosophers like Land and Delueze, albeit from a critical lens.

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File: 49bf1834bd1bd76⋯.png (17.68 KB, 512x512, 1:1, BB6523C7-E00A-4100-A8FE-50….png)

 No.45679[Reply]

Anyone else feel like they really and truly do not belong in this world, or this reality for that matter? I want to know if anyone else feels as if they wish to travel to another existence and escape this world, maybe ive been reading too many comics and playing too many video games, I mean I do interact with people a lot, Im not some social outcasted robot, but there’s been a consistent increasing feeling of unease and continuous longing for something else. Does anyone else feel this? Is there a way to escape this world, or this dimension for that matter, without suicide?

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 No.49507

>>49320

>>49342

I've had enough paranormal experiences in my life to know that something is seriously "amiss" about this world. It only confirms what I've felt for as long as I remember.

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 No.49511

>>49507

Share your experiences with us, anon.

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 No.50016

We are all to be in the universe until it’s eventual end, but said should not be a concern of ours at this moment.

Our soul can rise above this plane, whether in this life or the next, but it can never exit the mental image of the creator, it is as a character in a dream attempting to flee the dream itself and enter the “real world”

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 No.50517

>>49143

Muh burgers.

404: NO ARGUMENT FOUND

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 No.50608

Hmm yes I do too, its the whittling time thing I feel

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File: 790fc0cc24e0d8a⋯.jpg (3.18 MB, 2031x3000, 677:1000, artt.jpg)

 No.50333[Reply]

witch craft is just the ayylmao and lizards trying to dupe us because we are more powerful than them. Don't believe everything that you read.

We are meant to be captains of the simulation.

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 No.50354

>>50333

the vampires?

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 No.50375

>>50338

Who is the Admin?

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 No.50424

>>50333

In other words I have had this thought. Imagine how the NSA spies on all of our phonecalls. Suppose Ayys can nanobot and spy on all our thoughts and actions. Supppose they make other races of batshit insane ayys or extraterrestrial humans believe that they have magical powers. The reality could be nanobots reading their thoughts, calculating their "faith", and running a perpetual psy-op for them to believe their magic works because they 'raised their consciousness' or some bullshit. Through their societal belief structure the ayyys at the top control the dupes into believing they are so much more superior and enlightened than us. They run their cruel experiments and manage our race, none the wiser of who is pulling the strings.

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 No.50564

File: 103966b57211eae⋯.jpg (104.09 KB, 480x608, 15:19, 103.jpg)

>>50424

So why would they allow you to think that thought? Pic kinda related

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 No.50571

>>50338

What fantasy novel have you been reading?

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File: 7559f499d0ffbe5⋯.jpg (2 MB, 1269x9439, 1269:9439, Screenshot_2019-05-24 tryf….jpg)

 No.50406[Reply]

I typed this in on youtube. its tryfg

It shows all sorts of nasty things.

What does this mean?

There was a reddit post on it 4 days ago.

link to to reddit post https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/bqodcx/i_found_something_strange_on_youtubehelp_me_dig/

Link to tryfg https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=tryfg

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 No.50464

>>50406

And now half the results are spanish-speaking youtubers trying to exploit the algorithm wormhole that half/x/ and reddit created.

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 No.50470

I saw thread on 4chan abaut this and someone pointed out the comments on the videos that doesnt seem to make sense but actually are some kinde of code language. Probably for some youtube cp ring idk… If you type something what small child would type example "SPIDERMAN ELSA" results are also questionable and the comments on the videos are same type as trygfs. Someone also linked video that i couldnt find later anymore it involves children and is pretty fucking creepy same kind of shit what you find when you type "spiderman elsa" but the lost video involves only the guy with joker mask and two children sittin on the table liking big lollipops with wicked sounds and song playing.

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 No.50478

File: 2cdeb7e8a844c2b⋯.png (72.56 KB, 815x195, 163:39, tryfg.png)

>>50406

>tryfg

I get this shit

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 No.50498

trygf has similar results

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 No.50561

>>50464

now youtube disabled the keyword. but the results still work if you type them in the search

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 No.44524[Reply]

What has this dude gotten himself into? Why did Rogan dismiss him out of hand? Wikileaks showed he was indeed in contact with John Podesta who is also obsessed with aliens. There is something to this. Was I the only one who felt like they were listening to more than the rantings of a crazy man? No amount of smug YouTube essayists could convince me otherwise.

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 No.44529

>>44524

I don't listen to Rogan's podcast. What happened? Isn't Rogan quite open-minded when it comes to fringe topics? I mean, he had Alex Jones as a guest, right? And Graham Hancock and that old bearded guy who knew everything about global catastrophes. If he dismissed DeLonge, it's probably because he doesn't take him seriously as an authority on the subject of UFOs, I guess. Okay, we know he was in contact with a guy who's also interested in UFOs, but so what?

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 No.50509

dude ruined punk, and gave rise to the emo revival, thus neutering it

speaking of punk, I always though that D.C. Dischord punks like Henry Garfield and Ian Mackaye were glow in the dark niggers.

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 No.50523

>>44529

Assuming you don't want want to listen to the whole thing, here are a few clips. Tom doesn't really like to get into specifics by the looks of things.

https://youtu.be/Db3n1BKI01s

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 No.50520[Reply]

Since the U.S. is the world's punching bag at the moment and the American South and Midlands are the rest of Americans punching bag….do you think the next Pol Pot will rise out of the south? Also the intense abortion bans are a spoopy sign of some bad mojo on the horizon.

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 No.50521

lol, that would be wild, Dictator Dixie

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 No.50609

>>50520

>spoopy abortion bans

OK reddit

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 No.46972[Reply]

Like most people, I have a killswitch which sends me to sleep almost instantly. In my case, it's the sound of raindrops against a roof or car window.

Strange thing is, there are a couple of vids on Youtube specifically centered on that kind of content, but twenty or thirty minutes, I suddenly get "interference" by something which sounds like music coming from the car's radio. Except the radio isn't on, and the only sound you're supposed to hear are aforementioned raindrops banging against the car window.

It get's even more bizarre when you listen in to the stuff - seems to be some weird kind of Christian crap about Jesus being our lord and dying for our sins and then some, but again, I find it difficult to believe that some random YouTube fag is trying to brainwash people who like the sound of rain.

Has anyone else encountered similar things?

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 No.49828

>>49825

Facebook's use of bots makes me wonder just how many bots are roaming the internet.

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 No.49999

>>46972

When I was 14 I used to fall asleep very easily during the car ride home from school. I was hot, tired (weird non 24h sleep pattern) and wearing my absolutely atrocious heat conducting uniform in the tropics. I used to hear the sound effects used in CS:GO for explosions and gunfire. I have had other experiences like this usually when half asleep and somewhat uncomfortable but with different sounds since I don't play CS:GO anymore. Usually they are short loops of a song I've listened to a few too many times or someone calling something out.

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 No.50390

>>49825

>muh shills

Only shills believe binaural beats won't cleanse the ASMR demons from your brain

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 No.50477

>>50476

>>50474

>>50475

>someone complains about christians on /x/, calls for their ban

>BO says he'll ban if they spam

>this spammer conveniently shows up

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 No.50511

I heard some bitch call men who beat off to ASMR to be pathetic and had tiny penises in one of her vids. she's a professional and not one of those camwhores and I had to turn it off because it spooked me and made me mad. came out of nowhere.

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 No.49044[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Most early 1900's videos were completely and utterly faked. It's all a fucking lie. Why, I don't know, but it simply is. There are videos of people riding on bikes without touching the pedals for long ass periods of time (motorized bikes) and the such. Civilization is much more advanced than you think, and WAS much more advanced than you think.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJfTa5SjDCY

This just goes to show this. Look at the fucking buses! That shit may sneak past one's eye, but overall, it's all fake. Plays like a movie to be quite honest. Seriously.

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 No.49750

I'm 90% sure Fomenko's alternative chronology is wrong, but I'm going to read his books anyway. I wish there was more information in English about his theories and the "phantom centuries" theorists in general. A historian's input would be much needed and appreciated.

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 No.50471

Came back and wow, holy shit there's been quite the shitstorm in my wake.

>>49219

>>49407

From as I understand it, reading both Wikipedia alongside the sources listed to make sure they've been paraphrased correctly, Pompeii and Herculaneum became nothing more than mere legends as those who remembered the eruption died off and details were lost through the generations. Their names and precise location were forgotten around the Middle Ages, and by the 15 - 1600s, the few people living in the region of Mt. Vesuvius would refer to it as La Cività - The Civilization. The legend entailed a lost city of some sort buried deep beneath Vesuvius' ash deposits, but nobody had any proof. There was no specific location, only a general area, and no specific name. Again, please correct me if I'm wrong. But that's how I understand it. Any mention of Pompeii and/or Herculaneum after the fall of the Roman Empire yet before 1798 is anachronistic, or at least they should be, since they refer to settlements that were not known by the general populace. And yet more than enough evidence exists that suggests they were never forgotten. As I showed in my earlier replies, maps from the 16th and 17th centuries, in addition to the 1631 stone epitaph all refer to the two cities by name. The two cities which had been buried by ash and forgotten by history for over 1500 years. Any way you cut it, those names should not be on the map. Nor should they be on that epitaph. I'm not gonna say it again but the names of the settlements around Mt. Vesuvius were supposedly rediscovered alongside the settlements themselves.

In conclusion, there can only be two possibilities:

<Pompeii was never truly forgotten, and 1798 is when they finally decided to dig it up and give Alcubierre some free recognition that he really didn't deserve

<Pompeii survived much, much later than when we are told, and whether it was a new city built over the ashes of the original, or the original city having never suffered from its alleged AD 79 destructiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.50472

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>>50471

I've been reading more of what's on the StolenHistory website, and for all the sheer batshittery they've put out on display (a human cloning centre disguised as an 18th/19th century prison is one of their latest threads to give you some idea of how unhinged they all are), they've pointed out that everything we know about Genghis Khan is likely false, as it all comes from a 1908 book written by a fervent Mongolian nationalist, Baavuday Tsend Gun, whose cited sources are entirely nonexistent. If this is indeed the case, then we need a rethink over the entire history of Eurasia, since Khan was arguably its largest figure. There are references to a "Chingiscan" or some other derivative as the founding patriarch of the Tartarian royal family, but then that begs another question; was Tartary its own empire, or just a forgotten historical synonym for Mongolia? If Tartary was real, where are the artefacts? What was its currency, and what were its denominations? Why are there no surviving examples of said currency?

You can find coins from monarchs that ruled for a matter of weeks 2000 years ago, as the latest find in England discovered. Why can't we find any coins from any monarch that ruled what was allegedly the largest, most dominant Empire on the face of the Earth for several hundred years, finally being defeated 150 - 200 years ago? If someone can procure an actual coin bearing the mark of "Tartary", then the theory holds some solid ground and we really may be lied to on a massive scale. How massive is again up to you, whether it was just an Empire that history has forgotten despite its recency, or something completely destroyed by an unparalleled natural and man-made string of disasters that happened only a few hundred years after the death of Christ rather than 1800, with us living in year i/j500 or whatever Fomenko believes. But until then, it remains doubtful in my eyes.

Finally, for all you antiquarians out there, please tell me what in the flying fuck are these pictures supposed to depict? Second image is apparently a fireworks celebration with candlelight, and I must say the floating orbs inside the temple buildings were a nice touch. I found a colored version of the latter at one point Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.50473

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>>50472

Chingiscan is just another way of saying Genghis Khan.

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 No.50567

Dumbest thread I've seen in a while.

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