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File: 9a56c33ca1340ae⋯.jpg (349.94 KB, 3012x2026, 1506:1013, 00219706.jpg)

 No.49144[Reply]

Why haven't you become a Vampire /x/?

>death is of no concern to you, allowing yourself to enjoy the pleasures of life forever

>prey on the Lifeforce of the human cattle

>laugh at the retards who will never experience the Vampiric Condition

>wise elders who could have centuries of knowledge available

>get disgusted at the disease ridden "vampires" who actually drink blood

>learn to play humans like a fiddle and exploit them for money, power, etc.

>gain friends who will stick with you for eternity

>qt Vampire gf to go on the hunt with

>roam the night as whatever form you please

I feel sorry for the humans that are unable to evolve to the Vampiric Condition, and there are lots of them. I don't think you want to make the same mistake as them, and I wouldn't either.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mCPr5ph_f5c7QKCAY1oaGH6T46EJWl6a/view?usp=drivesdk

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 No.49786

vampirism is viable but too expensive for normal cattle people, even "basic" placental erythropoietin and stem cell transfusions cost millions $ a year, and at older age you still require organ transplants

of course the true elite also has human clones of themselves for constant supply of stem cells, organs etc. (if you believe we have a sheep clone in 1996 but almost quarter a century later there's no human cloning going on, you are a fucking retard)

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 No.49823

>>49786

You don't need to mess with bodily fluids. Psychic vampirism is very easy to learn.

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 No.49826

>>49823

It's also very useless.

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 No.49830

>>49823

"very easy to learn" stuff is always stuff purposefully fed to cattle people to be sure their lazy cattle minds are satisfied with looking at the shiny wrapper instead of eating the candy

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 No.49922

>>49144

>sell books to schizophrenics with promises of vampirism

>turn them down saying they didn't pass the "screening"

Cool scam.

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 No.48438[Reply]

i want immeasurable power. give me this power. please. i am pathetic and want power.

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 No.49773

>>49765

MISTER ATLANTEAN REFUGEE– You broke your promise and saved more than one copy of that image, right? Even though I told you that something horrible would happen to you if you did?

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 No.49779

>>48507

No no. The whole thing.

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 No.49781

>>49773

I save one! I save one!

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 No.49829

>>49762

>someone else knows of Warau Salesman

I always liked DON! much better

Anyhow if you go around the share threads, you know which ones, I had the whole old series uploaded 4U

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 No.49896

The only way to have power is to be powerful. Think of it as a verb instead of a noun.

Nobody can give it to you, you have to do it for yourself.

Start with exerting power over your thoughts.

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File: 21a9c80730b28bb⋯.png (1.35 MB, 839x1623, 839:1623, iceberg.png)

 No.49578[Reply]

does anyone have any more "tip of the iceberg" pictures like this? i like the idea that there are layers to deception and that there is a conspiracy hierarchy. they also give a good list of esoteric topics to research.

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 No.49820

>>49774

only real iceberg so far

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 No.49822

File: 2c5f448776ad8e4⋯.jpg (42.37 KB, 600x450, 4:3, tumblr_p88ilfWE2p1s571omo1….jpg)

>>49774

gay as fuck lmao xD

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 No.49824

>>49820

Carey, M., Jackson, M., Antonello, A., &Rushing, J. (2016 January 10). Glaciers, gender, and science: A feminist glaciology framework for global environmental change research. Progress in Human Geography. Retrieved on 2019 May 17 from: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0309132515623368

Abstract

Glaciers are key icons of climate change and global environmental change. However, the relationships among gender, science, and glaciers – particularly related to epistemological questions about the production of glaciological knowledge – remain understudied. This paper thus proposes a feminist glaciology framework with four key components: 1) knowledge producers; (2) gendered science and knowledge; (3) systems of scientific domination; and (4) alternative representations of glaciers. Merging feminist postcolonial science studies and feminist political ecology, the feminist glaciology framework generates robust analysis of gender, power, and epistemologies in dynamic social-ecological systems, thereby leading to more just and equitable science and human-ice interactions.

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 No.49831

>>49756

>>49757

ever hear about that river in africa? lots of bush meat on that river. lots of cannibals in africa. also, at some point, humans will be the most abundant resource

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 No.49832

>>49831

According to OECD DAC statistics, since aid began in the 1960s donors have given a grand total of $502 billion to sub-Saharan Africa, which is worth about $866 billion in today’s prices. (Table 29; excludes debt relief.)

Money sent by immigrants to their home countries in sub-Saharan Africa reached a record $41 billion in 2017. This represents a 10% jump in remittances from the previous year, the largest annual growth for any world region, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of World Bank data.

As many as 3.5 million Americans are homeless each year. Of these, more than 1 million are children and on any given night, more than 300,000 children are homeless.

Homelessness in Germany is a significant social issue, one that is estimated to affect over 200,000 people. However, there are limits to the studies on the topic; reportedly, there are no statistics of homeless youth in Germany, and estimates range from 1,500 to 50,000.

The UK homeless charity Shelter put the 2017 figure for the whole of the UK's homeless at 300,000.

Homelessness in Greece is a significant social issue, one that is estimated to affect over 20,000 people in Athens alone.

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 No.49798[Reply]

have you ever heard of lif? it's not like LFE but it sounds similar.

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 No.47504[Reply]

im trying to find some creepy websites, where should i go?

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 No.48963

>>47510

Its having me download zip files. Fuck that, Muta can have a go at it.

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 No.49632

>>47810

Like what? I've never been able to anything legit there

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 No.49633

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 No.49751

>>49633

What the fuck is this

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 No.49790

>>49751

judt another shitty art project I assume

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 No.48244[Reply]

>Ask yourself why astronauts train underwater

https://invidio.us/watch?v=Ywm1SxHtLUw

https://invidio.us/watch?v=6cwIeHpAUE0

https://invidio.us/watch?v=4514z--Zbfk

https://archive.is/SgifD

https://archive.is/TBS6J

https://archive.is/sbXKl

https://archive.is/G5WYp

https://archive.is/XtN49

>Ask yourself why algea was found on the international space station

https://archive.is/mFm80

https://archive.is/U5KZp

https://archive.is/zORm9

>"Traces of plankton and other microorganisms have been found living on the exterior of the International Space Station (ISS), according to Russian space officials. They claim the plankton were not carried there at launch - but are thought to have been blown there by air currents on Earth.

(Most other sources claim other separate experiments or mention something along the lines of an experiment involving algae carried to space intentionally, So this is not to be confused with the other case where algae was discovered in space by accident, algae that was not carried to space intentionally.)

https://archive.is/9ZKdt

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 No.49673

>>48560

Maybe to you it's irrelevant if you live on a rock orbiting a giant atomic reactor, or a flat plane inside a giant glass bowl, but to me it seems pretty important. I've never understood those people who say "uhh so what if everything we know is wrong? so what if aliens are here? so what if this isn't the first civilization to exist on earth?" How can a person be so apathetic about the world he lives in?

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 No.49687

>>49673

they try to teach you apathy when you are very young in school. It's also a part of how and why they teach you to hate learning so that you are stupid for the rest of your life.

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 No.49719

>>49673

People prefer easy heuristics, not because they are necessarily stupid, but because those heuristics get them what they want. It might not be what they need according to a third party, but even a cursory glance at the general public must observe that people prefer being told things that fit their heuristics and further their personal drives. Data which doesn't fit heuristics will be filtered out.

If they do change their mind, new heuristics are put into place, new categories and group definitions formed, etc. So long as it can be brought easily to mind, it will be fitted into these mechanisms of thought. This is why easily digested charts and infographics are good at spreading messages, and dense tracts full of dull academic droning is not.

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 No.49744

People way too easily accept things without asking for more information or proof that information is real.

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 No.49761

Umm astronauts train underwater because it's the closest they can get to a zero gravity environment on earth.

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 No.46334[Reply]

>Laughing jack murder

>Slender man stabbing

>Creepy clown scare

>Blue whale challenge

>Now the momo challenge

Is this just creepypasta memes getting carried away or there an occult origin of all this creepypasta spookiness leaking into the real world?

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 No.49677

>>46423

I disagree. The internet doesn't produce nearly enough truly cringey fan art these days.

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 No.49680

I think the sheer amount of focus on these things can have the effect of manifestations in reality.

Which begs the question, why aren't we trying harder to make anime real?

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 No.49683

We do not manifest. God manifests.

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 No.49712

>>46334

The clowns is definitely an occult thing, coordinated

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 No.49715

>>49680

speak for yourself. I am working on making a whole army of asuka tulpas.

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 No.49463[Reply]

Sorry this is going to be a long story, I hope you take it seriously because halfchan was a bunch of faggots. I'm pretty sure I encountered a legitimate "evil" witch of some sort, listen.

I don't honestly dont like talking about this in person, but -

About 5 years ago I was camping with my family at a local Midwest campground (it's a public campground but VERY out of the way and isolated. It is the midwest) We rented a 1 (one) room cabin (literally just a bunk bed, table, & mini fridge) with tents outside. I decided to crash in a tent outside so I dont have to share a bunk with my little brother, obviously.

Anyway, I crash in the tent. Around midnight, approximately, I awake briefly to the sound of twigs/branches snapping. I think nothing of it as my mom loves to sit by the campfire all night feeding it sticks. I pass back out immediately.

Within a short period of time my step dad is at the tent door waking me up in a serious voice, telling me to get inside immediately (I assume it's a storm, we are in Iowa and its normal). Something about his demeanor is definitely off though, hes normally a tough guy and storms don't phase him at all. I get inside the cabin and everyone is obviously disturbed (mom, step dad, little brother/little sister). I think it's a little odd but stay my cocky self.

Here is where it gets really sketchy. Apparently they had been hearing footsteps (around the porch) and weird guttural noises for about 5 minutes before my step dad came out to grab me. I didn't realize it at the time, but my step dad had his gun out when he woke me up, which never happens.

Once I was in the cabin I sit on the bunk chill like, but everyone else is literally shaking. That's when I hear it - branches cracking. Not like the wind, like somebody is LITERALLY on our porch breaking sticks. Over and over and over again. Keep in mind we're at a campground WAY out of town, meaning we would have heard a car pull up if it was DNR, and if it was another camper, well, they would have to walk 20+ miles to get to us…

We hear the breaking of twigs and everyone is dead still. Obviously footsteps on our cabin porch. Then it begins patrolling the cabin doing what I can only describe as "chants", althougPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.49566

>>49463

Whatever it was it believed in magic or at the very least understood psychology very well. Someone living in the woods and you encroached on his territory. No reason to be so scared

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 No.49570

>>49488

This.

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 No.49571

>>49488

tell me more about that goatman

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 No.49618

>>49463

Unless you have noticed more than that, the intent was to make you lot fuck off and it sounds like it worked. Evil? Unlikely. If anything, it gave you fair warning.

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 No.49620

>>49463

>5years ago in the beginning

<Nearly 10 years at the end

You lost me there anon, please proofread next time. Other than that decent writing imo, the witch end is to specific for my taste. let the anons figure out themselves next time

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 No.49023[Reply]

Why is this video so scary yet so beautiful?

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 No.49031

it's not scary, it's funny

I play it in my mind when I'm in pain to remind me to feel fantastic

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 No.49055

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>>49031

Yeah I agree theres also something lulzy about it. It truly is a work of art. Heres another lesser known Tara vid

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 No.49443

Uncanny valley

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 No.49445

sub-90: scary

90 - 110: funny

111+:beautiful

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 No.50617

Holy fuck this brought back some serious nostalgia.

If you like that, check out "the hand thing" video. I slightly remember vsauce making a video on it and saying it's either terrifying or hilarious depending on the type of person who watches it.

The hand thing video scared the living shit out of me as a kid. I would actually dream about it. I showed my best friend to see if she found it scary and she laughed her ass off at it, and always turned it on in public to scare me because she found it so funny.

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 No.48633[Reply]

Theres a weird thing going on for me, for the last months i everyday think of Lucifer and keep wanting to know him and meet him,feeling like hes calling me and a strong connection like, and everytime i thinking of him i get happy for no reason, and everywhere i look i keep getting a reminder of him or something related to him from even when i look at youtube/web pages/threads to even real life related stuff

What's this about ?

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 No.48937

>>48930

one more thing, it occurs to me that you keep freely mixing up evil and sin, which is inaccurate in scriptural parlance.

evil = things that are objectively not good for humans, this could be situations or actions of creatures that are harmful, encompass all sinful things by definition, etc

so in this sense "to do evil", is not to say God is sinning, but allowing something harmful to occur that the greater good may come from it.

which once more, all ties into the doctrine of Original Sin, which as Dr. Feser points out, is theologically more akin to the loss of a privilege rather than a "sin gene" or whatever.

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 No.49359

Oh look, catholic-anon and leukemia-baby-anon are at it again. And yet again leukemia-baby-anon brings up the Problem of Evil. What leukemia-anon doesn't realize is that the Problem of Evil is literally unsolvable in the way he wants it solved.

Claiming that God is malevolent creates another problem, a "Problem of Good". If God did indeed knowingly and willingly create suffering for the sake of inflicting pain, created an exile-realm of eternal suffering for us, and declared it a sin to commune with allegedly good entities, why does He allow good to exist? Why do some people make miraculous recoveries from terrible accidents or diseases that would otherwise be unrecoverable from? What drives evangelical Christian churches to do so much humanitarian work overseas? When I was a teenager, what saved my dad's life when the ladder he was climbing while trimming a tree tipped over? What stopped the ladder mid-fall? What caused my dysfunctional family to completely reform? And lastly, why would a servant of the very God leukemia-anon condemns show up in my own home, in the form of a woman in a white gown, promising that my life (which was awful at the time) would completely turn around, right before my life started turning around? ''Why would a creation of the same God responsible for a world in which the Black Death and the World Wars exist show compassion and altruism?

I suppose leukemia-anon will answer this by repeating the Problem of Evil or some more bad things that happened in the world, or perhaps show some willingness to hold a real discussion by claiming every good thing that happens in this world is the result of fallen angels subverting God's plan. In that case, why would they have the free will to do good if God was malevolent. And how do we know for certain which side plays what role anyway? Let's face it, you can't solve the Problem of Evil without creating a Problem of Good, and if you answer with a cop-out by claiming the demons traditionally associated with evil are responsible for good and God is responsible for evil, you still have a dualistic belief system. And you still haven't truly solved the Problem.

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 No.49391

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 No.49409

I'm not religious but I still don't fuck with any demonic shit, just in case. There's a lot more to lose there than there is to gain.

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 No.49412

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>>49409

A Satanist would say that a demon/deamon is a test for greater power. Fear is a subjective state, which is a function. Understand the function objectively and apply it for a result through practice(i.e rituals, philosophy .. sophisty ). Just read kebbalah or neoplatonism for a template and apply it .

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 No.49376[Reply]

read me read me read me read me

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 No.49079[Reply]

Who pro-NWO? I think I am.

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 No.49294

>>49268

No, it's not. Freedom is a tool to be given correctly, and restricted correctly. Treating freedom as an absolute good, just gives you the world we see today, where it's seen as immoral for a country to have a border, to discipline a child, or to tell an obese person to lose weight.

Americans become gibbering retards when the subject of freedom arises, because it's such a core part of their identity, and they cling to it like a comfort blanket.

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 No.49295

>>49279

No one needs to die, we just need to limit who can breed, and it'll sort itself out in a few generations.

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 No.49296

>>49294

Given by whom? By the same people who took it for themselves in the first place? By society as a whole? And who influences that society? What gives us the world of today is not treating freedom as an absolute good. It's quite simply elitist "these rules for me, other rules for thee", animal farm "some animals are more equal" type bullshit.

>>49295

Mmmh, eugenics. I expect you to sign up willingly. Do you genuinely think that some redneck retard is a bigger threat to mankind than oligarchs that want to privatize water? "oh but they have good genes". They also have by far the highest mental illness rates. How do we decide who gets to breed and who doesn't? Do we vote on it? Do we "calculate" it? IQ tests? EQ tests? Ever read Brave New World anon? Is that a world you would want to live in? Do you really expect to NOT be part of the gammas, deltas, and epsilons?

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 No.49299

>>49293

The genuine Illuminati consists of those who have been illuminated or are illuminated, that is, those at a higher, broader level of being. "Enlightenment" is thrown around sloppily nowadays but that's more or less what is meant, those who have been enlightened, illuminated. By nature, the Illuminati is not an organization as we traditionally know it, but a category treated like a group. Groups traditionally associated with them as part of NWO theories are their own. Whether or not certain groups use that name doesn't mean they are the real deal. There could be overlap, but it isn't a requirement.

As for the NWO, god only knows how many groups think they actually run the show. Mostly they are the authors of their own disinfo.

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 No.49313

>>49296

> Do you genuinely think that some redneck retard is a bigger threat to mankind than oligarchs that want to privatize water?

Not one of them, no. All of them, yes.

> Ever read Brave New World anon? Is that a world you would want to live in?

Kind of, yeah.

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 No.43526[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I'm not a fucking schizo. I post my stories on halfchan and everyone says I'm lying or insane. It's true, I hear it every night for God's sake.

Tapping on my bathroom window. Constantly. Every. Night.

I go to look, the sound disappears. I go back to trying to sleep, it comes back again. At day time there's a shadow looming in my bathroom. I haven't used it for ages. I even shit outside, I don't take chances.

I can even see my window from my bed. I moved my bed to face the other side of my room, but my head always turns to look to the window. I can't see anything in it, but it's like I can see the tapping on the window.

It's driving me insane.

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 No.49267

I don't care what you believe, go get a Catholic priest.

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 No.49269

>>49228

it means you should buy new salt

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 No.49271

>>49226

Salt was always used to preserve food and used to be very valuable for that reason so it naturally came to be used as a supernatural ward. Folklore dictates that ghosts and mischievous spirits couldn't cross salt but could blow it away in roundabout ways. If the salt turns black, it's not a spirit, it's a demon, so book it. It's pretty normalfag folklore really. I'm pretty sure it was featured on Supernatural.

Anyway, it should have been easy for OP to make a video or recording of the sound by that point.

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 No.49273

>>49226

>What exactly does the salt turning black signify?

Salt's gone bad. Other anon suggested leaving the house, and that is to buy more salt

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 No.49277

File: 3beefb38ffd6aac⋯.jpg (1.47 MB, 1920x1440, 4:3, 562a9b6209a95becd2eff28d5a….jpg)

>>44327

What >>44328 said, make sure you bring a shotgun because it could also be a basketball american waiting in the shadows to jump you and steal your psquattro. Enjoy your ghost blowjob.

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 No.49272[Reply]

end of next month i'm going to pick a buddy up in vegas and we're going to take a couple of my adventure bikes and head out in the desert. i have a week and plan to camp.

where go /x?

fuck me up.

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 No.49062[Reply]

I read about palming in the book 'Invisibility: Mastering the Art of Vanishing' by Steve Richards. His theory is that the secret to becoming invisible is to make a cloud of electrons and use it as a sort of magic cloak. I'm simplifying it, he's actually a pretty smart and well educated man.

Anyway, before getting to how to become invisible, he talks about an occult technique to correct myopia (near-sightedness), and that technique is palming. You simply have to place the palms of your hands on your closed eyes in such a way that the hands slightly touch the eyeballs and block any light from reaching them. It's supposedly quite effective and was even used by the German army at one point.

I've had myopia since I was a kid and although it's not severe to the point that I *need* to wear glasses, it can sometimes be an issue. Of course I could just wear contact lenses or get the laser surgery, but I'd rather fix my eyes naturally if it's possible. So I've decided to give this a try, and we'll see how it goes.

I started yesterday and did 20 minutes. Today I did 25. I practice it while sitting at my desk, listening to Youtube videos. I'm going to update this thread regularly, and hopefully in a few weeks or months my vision will have improved.

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 No.49238

>>49235

He might have been right. I don't know who was the first to come up with the idea of palming. Steve Richards says that the Rosicrucians use a similar technique, but they use their thumbs instead of their palms because it's supposedly more effective, due to the way a person's energy flows in the hands and fingers. I wouldn't be surprised if Bates learned about palming from some secret society or some book about yogic practices, and then gave it a 'scientific' explanation in order to make it more acceptable to a Western audience.

Anyway, today I did another 25 minutes. Tomorrow I'm going to try an online visual acuity exam, so I'll have a measure of how bad my eyesight is right now, and then I'll repeat the exam every week/month to check if anything has changed.

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 No.49254

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>>49234

Not him but it's gotten to the point where I purposely stomp and loudly clear my throat when entering a room and I still somehow manage to scare the living shit out of people by "sneaking up on them" half the time. I'm not a small or quiet man, I don't know why the fuck this happens. I also have really bad myopia but I don't see what possible correlation that would have with unintentional stealthiness

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 No.49257

File: e4d06b0a7adb7d2⋯.jpg (127.78 KB, 1118x850, 559:425, invisible_man.jpg)

>>49254

>Not him but it's gotten to the point where I purposely stomp and loudly clear my throat when entering a room and I still somehow manage to scare the living shit out of people by "sneaking up on them"

I think I read a short story about this. In the end the guy becomes completely invisible / intangible and basically forced to wander as a ghost. It wasn't the Invisible Man before anyone says that.

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 No.49262

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>>49062

It's not correcting your eyesight because of electron clouds or some shit, it's the pressure reforming the shape of your eye. Nearsightedness can be caused by the eye being slightly oblong or football shaped and shaping them into a more round shape can help. If your myopia is caused by a misshaped cornea or retina, it won't work.

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 No.49264

it's impossible to become invisible without also becoming blind

>>49180

>in theory, what makes palming work is the flow of energy (maybe bioelectricity?) from the hands to the eyes

are you stupid or are you just disabled? do you even know how eyesight works?

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