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File: e9cd8d3e2f69e76⋯.jpg (79.26 KB, 1520x1080, 38:27, len.jpg)

 No.31835[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Anyone have a link to that Series Experiments Lain suicide cult imageboard?

Supposedly they think we're in a simulation and that if they kill themselves by sometime in July 2017 they'll respawn with some good loot.

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 No.54631

The board and everything around it seems to have gone offline early last month. Anybody know anything about this?

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 No.54637

>>54631

'GOOD=

Firstly it was a shithole anyway

Second now only oldfags can remember it

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 No.54640

WHY CAN'T I REACH THE FUCKING SITE

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 No.54658

File: d8678e35f3204b0⋯.png (28.66 KB, 500x500, 1:1, no-file.png)

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 No.55087

>>31836

dead link

>>31851

it was for at least one person so they put a disclaimer up

>>32312

registrations are closed, your soul is stuck here now

>>32567

oh look a member

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File: f23f0ca5f01a6d2⋯.png (29.71 KB, 642x314, 321:157, 126472847924.png)

 No.45693[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I'll start with something obvious and stupid just to get the thread rolling. You can even just ignore the first one if you like, the others are far more interesting.

Seems like every year this same old shitty gimmick comes back with a new name duct taped onto it. Why does a diet that works so well need to be constantly re-named and re-branded over and over again? Unless people try it out and get some temporary short-term weightloss and then suddenly just gain it all back again plus extra with a side of some kidney and liver problems, I don't know why the hell it would be necessary to desperately scramble to be forgotten as quickly as possible literally Every. Single. Fucking. Year. and then hurry to re-name the whole fucking thing and throw it out into the public again and scream "WEEEEEEEEEEW NEW FAD DIET BRUHHHHHHHHHHHHHS THIS IS THE NEW SHIT! DEFINITELY BETTER THAN LAST YEARS SHIT BRUHHHHHHHH!" and watch every fucking dumbass stacy, chad, and desperate walking hamplanet landwhale fatty mcbutterpants FAT FUCKING FUCK jump back on the retard bandwagon yet again for the 10th fucking time to try and become the flawless image the magazines and celebrities constantly shove down their throats. How many fucking times will they come out with a new name for the same old SHIT? How many fucking times will retards fall for it? I know the fucking answer. Forever, right?

If it works so god damned well, then why do they take it down and put it back up again over and over? I swear it's like when they come out with some shit on t.v. and try to sell it for a hundred bucks and then take it down off the shelf and put it in a new box and sell it to me a couple years later for ten dollars.

What the hell have you noticed that you don't think anyone else has noticed?

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 No.54429

>>53795

In my unprofessional opinion, carbs, proteins, and fats should be reasonably balanced, but what matters a lot is the quality of those things.

>beans, lentils, peas, different sources of plant protein = best

>complex carbs like beans and oats way better than typical processed trash out there

>good fats like avocado and nuts and shredded coconut (oils are bad though unless you're making your own skin care stuff)

I'm not a doctor. ask your doctor before doing anything.

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 No.54837

>>53954

I’m indulging just this once to tell you you’re trying too hard. Teach a man and all that.

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 No.54866

Atkins

The Atkins Diet is a low-carbohydrate diet that claims carbohydrate restriction is critical to weight loss.

>low-carbohydrate

Paleo

The Paleolithic Diet is a diet that requires the eating of foods presumed to have been available to humans during the Paleolithic era.

>NOT low-carbohydrate

South Beach

The South Beach Diet is a diet that emphasizes eating food with a low glycemic index.

>NOT low-carbohydrate

Keto

The Ketogenic Diet is a high-fat, adequate-protein, low-carbohydrate diet that forces the body to burn fats rather than carbohydrates.

>low-carbohydrate

2/4 but keto can be high carb (equal parts fats, proteins, carbs) tbh.

And the other diets don't emphasize saturated fats.

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 No.55085

>>46211

>The same basic physics that prevented the Wright brothers from building an airplane.

Lol what in physics prevented the Wright Bros from making the airplane? Answer: nothing

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 No.55086

>>50505

>What do you say OP about the inuits not eating vegetables and surviving only on meat?

1, there are probably optimal diets for different types of ethnic peoples. The inuits adapted to that lifestyle

2, merely surviving doesn't mean nutritionally optimal or that they're not deficient in some things

>What do you say about vegetables containing antiuntrients that prevent the absorption of vitamins.

Just cook your food

>What do you say about Steve Jobs beeing a frutarian and dying of pancreatic cancer.

Anecdotal and a huge stretch to say that caused is cancer

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File: 241e502adc5691c⋯.jpg (430.73 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, chaos_head.jpg)

 No.54981[Reply]

I was rewatching Chaos;Head (from the people who made Steins;Gate) and began to wonder, is it possible to "realboot" a tulpa into existence that is separate from you with it's own free will?

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 No.54982

>>54981

Dude! If that exists? I would have a Tulpa that is smart enough to draw, do the math and hack into government PCs.

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 No.54985

>>54981

No, tulpa are thought forms that require a part of your brain power to manifest. Tulpa are incapable of exercising free will as they are always slaved to your deepest thoughts, this is why it's ill advised for the mentally weak to manifest tulpa. What you're talking about is some form of summoned void being, or a homunculus.

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 No.55009

We're nascent gods, anon. Everything is possible. We're just stuck here in an underdeveloped state for the time being, and there are rules for how things work here. Great sages and saints are able to manifest various psychic powers because their consciousness and mental abilities far outmatch the common man, thereby moving beyond the laws that bind them here.

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 No.55084

as a tulpa, no, i'll never be separate from this dumbass

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 No.55099

I am an exorcist who drove out an evil spirit from >>54981.

I'm very sorry >>54981 had started this thread.

I apologize if this thread has hurt your feelings.

Normally >>54981 is a kind boy who could not harm even a fly.

But one day, out of curiosity >>54981 played Kokkuri-san.

He may have done it only for fun, but his curiosity affected his fate.

What occurred to >>54981? An evil spirit possessed him.

>>54981 was no longer what he had been.

Everyday, with raising a strange cry, >>54981 would urinate, defecate, or wound himself suddenly.

Then >>54981 would sit at the personal computer in his room obsessively, devote himself completely to destroying bulletin boards.

His parents were completely at a loss what to do with their son, asked me to exorcize the devil from >>54981.

I rushed to >>54981's home and what I saw was a horrible sight.

>>54981's whole body was covered with scars. He gave off a bad smell.

>>54981 was muttering "Mansei, Mansei" in a low voice.

Right away, with uttering an incantation, I sprinkled Holy water on >>54981.

An ordinary devil would haPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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File: 01fce273c02b093⋯.jpg (119.05 KB, 450x444, 75:74, p-55894-fol-masculine.jpg)

 No.50637[Reply]

Anybody know anything about alchemy?

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 No.52300

Alchemy teaches the art and science of growing souls. Intensive Kundalini meditation training will do this. Reading a few books on spagyrics is a good start into the Hermetic perspective.

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 No.53804

>>51879

I just discovered that black, white and red are also the 3 colours that the philosopher's stone supposedly goes through during the alchemical process. Very interesting. I wonder if there's a connection with Atlantis and the nazis.

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 No.53835

File: 0cb8db1e8494e70⋯.jpg (1.33 MB, 2799x2799, 1:1, c0dgd1afrob21.jpg)

>>50637

Well, modern alchemy is simply chemistry. However, a lot of traditional medicine finds its roots in alchemy long ago. If you're looking to turn lead into gold or concoct a secret love potion, turn elsewhere. If you're looking to make a traditional medicinal or psychoactive brew, however, alchemy might be an interesting topic to look into.

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 No.55056

CIA nigger datamining again.

It is absolutely absurdly hilarious how obsessed they are with the chans. After 8ch died this site gets like 5 visits a day and half the threads here at CIAnigger datamining and slides with shock gore pics, stupid theory threads and flat earth shit.

You niggers can chill, because 99pc of people are just retards like yourself, there's nothing to slide and distract from when 99pc of people do it to themselves.

———–

Now to answer CIA Nigger OP's question, alchemy is absolutely absolutely NOT a purely spiritual allegory or some bullshit. It is operative, physical work. An actual physical substance can be created.

Look up a guy called Steven School philosophers stone. But I'll tldr you his books.

1. collect iron pyrite. crush up real good like powder. you need a lot.

2. soak in 5050 mix of h2o2 and distilled white vinegar. Decant the liquid and repeat 2-3 times.

3. filter decanted liquid as good as you can. then slowly gently heat down to dry at maybe 100f tops. you should get a whitish salt. be careful. if your heat is too high it decomposes. INB4 hurrdurr it's ferrous acetate. If you think that, make a sample of ferrous acetate and see what it does in the air, or even in water…

4. you can dry distill the resulting white crystals and incubate the resulting clear liquid or… incubate the white crystals directly. former method is recommended.

5. should turn white and then red.

have fun.

cia niggers get fucked again.

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 No.55081

>>50637

Yes. The image you posted is the flower of life is more sacred geometry than alchemy however

>>51091

This precisely

>>51834

More that alchemy was merely one aspect of the mystery schools/traditions. You're right that the turning lesser metals into gold was the work of charlatans

>>51836

Two sides of the same

>>51837

He's mostly correct though. The history of alchemy goes back to ancient Egypt, Asia, and the Middle East, likely back to Mesopotamia

>>51859

Very few modern chemists are alchemists but all alchemists practice chemistry

>>53835

>Well, modern alchemy is simply chemistry

Incorrect, there are modern alchemists. It would be more accurate to say that alchemy created chemistry but it is not extinct or obsolete as some will believe

>If you're looking to make a traditional medicinal or psychoactive brew, however, alchemy might be an interesting topic to look into.

There are many aspects/forms of alchemy besides the Paracelsean school. There is a whole psychoanalytical/spiritual approach as researched famously by C.G. Jung

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File: c123e5c50e000f5⋯.jpg (167.6 KB, 696x683, 696:683, Peter_Paimon_2_.jpg)

 No.55064[Reply]

Do you guys have experience with demons and demonology or black magick? Who is your patron demon? Mine is Azazel he's told me pretty cool stuff

Discuss demons with me

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 No.55074

Fallen angels don't have your best interest. They will promise you material and carnal things to get your worship and suck your energy but you will see nothing for it in eternity. They will deceive you and make you believe you are temporarily wise and powerful in exchange for your eternal worship and soul.

Satanists & demon worshippers are usually people who never get love and acceptance in life so they believe the deception for some carnal reward. LoL you are being fooled and are probably doomed for the infinity.

Seek a relationship with the light instead.

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 No.55076

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 No.55072[Reply]

Im wondering if anyone on x has come across something like this. My younger sister has always been rather meek and small but shes always had the ability to have awareness to a level i cant quite comprehend. She explained to me that she can feel peoples energy as a passive feeling that she cant quite control sometimes sending her into a panic attack. due to excess i assume. its essentially always on. there was one instance that she explained where she can feel pressure from electricity and whn the power goes out she states that she feels peace. There was another instance where she could tell when hostile people were around our home and told me the locations without seeing them. Her dreams occasionally come true in a one form or another.

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File: 719f544a85b5783⋯.png (2.11 MB, 1365x662, 1365:662, Favo Books.PNG)

 No.50497[Reply]

Book thread

Post your favorite occult books.

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 No.54763

Not a book, just a little something I saved from the old days.

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 No.54765

File: da002c61b17bd0a⋯.pdf (5.34 MB, /fringe/ - How To Astral P….pdf)

>>54763

Guess I can’t into PDF sharing.

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 No.55049

hey does anyone have a link or an archive of sorts to the /fringe/ library? I didn't manage to archive it in time

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 No.55069

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 No.55070

File: a5312224c5173f9⋯.png (671.72 KB, 1404x2133, 52:79, esoteric00.png)

File: f91167c224fc7ee⋯.jpg (237.28 KB, 960x1512, 40:63, esoteric02.jpg)

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File: c8de91b284afe5a⋯.png (3.21 MB, 1408x2557, 1408:2557, esoteric04.png)

>>55049

I have just the pics, but now you know what to download.

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File: 5c7f423ffee4588⋯.png (630.36 KB, 832x681, 832:681, 1569056854392.png)

 No.54749[Reply]

Where's the real shit at when it comes to magic and psychic abilities? Where are all the people that can actually manipulate 'physical' reality using supramundane means? Where are the people doing psychokinesis? Where are the people doing actual magic? Why are all magick books written by fat LARPers? Why are all qi gong masters bald old guys that half the time end up getting cancer even though they're teaching longevity and health? Why does everybody have a billion different excuses for why magic doesn't work (magical abilities limit your spiritual growth, magic is only capable of effecting probability, and other such nonsense excuses)? Why can no one so much as snuff out a candle flame with their mind alone?

I'm not a material dogmatist, and I think there's plenty of anecdotal precedent for the existence of supernatural abilities, so I'm not willing to outright dismiss it, but jesus christ is it difficult to find anything that's not just a bunch of retarded LARPers.

So, where's the good shit at? Surely, there's at least one book out there that wasn't written by some crackhead armchair occultist, that's legit and can actually reliably teach you these skills so that you can verify them for yourself.

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 No.54878

>>54749

On the Ouija board I was able to do some really cool Final Destination shit to people.

The demons in question explicitly stated that they were only able to manipulate people and their choices around the circumstance depending on conditions of righteousness. The more evil my target the closer to killing them I could get, but I still couldn't get my first kill in time before my partners abandoned me out of fear.

Car crashes, stair falls, people losing fingers at work, finding money in the street after a bank mysteriously closes, etc.

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 No.54883

>>54812

>air souls

A great bullshit.

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 No.54996

File: 9c0280c80ce065b⋯.png (7.27 KB, 206x245, 206:245, 1470255973953.png)

tfw just wanna be able to cast fireball into crowds of niggers

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 No.55065

>>54859

You mean to say you agree with wholly or in some part, the so called "loosh farm theory"?

There does seem to be some indication of a higher intelligence maintaining control over us somehow.

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 No.55068

bruh, just like, wait for the Aeons to wake up

lmao how hard is it to just wait hahahahaha

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File: 122d2caf75f1ebc⋯.png (276.66 KB, 439x608, 439:608, the_serpant.PNG)

 No.55063[Reply]

https://matrix.to/#/!MZCiYFeDtlesGDtWcf:matrix.org?via=matrix.org&via=t2bot.io&via=200acres.org

Mind D*lls, waifufags, and roleplayers need not apply

For positive development and pro-virtue beliefs.

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 No.55067

What purpose does a Tulpa serve for an Übermensch? Tulpa objectively weaken your mind as they inhabit part of your mind which could otherwise better serve an Übermensch. Tulpa are only useful for nofap wizards, who have mastered their minds, for companionship. If anyone else uses Tulpa it's either a waste or going to end very badly for the user.

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 No.55066[Reply]

If William Tager thought news channels were sending radio waves into his head he had obviously seen them before, why would he confuse Dan Rather for someone named Kenneth?

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File: 92d44cdf5c88c8c⋯.jpg (62.25 KB, 800x516, 200:129, 1754 I-e Carte de l’Asie.jpg)

 No.48427[Reply]

So is there a set of people out there who genuinely believe there is a massive conspiracy to rewrite history and pretend some unified "Tartary" never existed even though it is clearly a general reference to the lands corresponding to the Golden Horde territories?

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 No.54797

The entire Tartary conspiracy literally through a monkey wrench into every other history conspiracy. If there is a grand conspiracy that changed every single book in history to mention nothing about this supposedly huge country, than what is the point of any history book then? Why didn't they also take any reference to Atlantis out of all books?

Also how come not a single occult book mentions this place. Did the Masons not know about Tartary?

Every conspiracy is built upon research that past theorists have uncovered. Not a single person has ever mentioned this conspiracy until a few years ago

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 No.54803

File: 6355f9e2e909433⋯.jpg (4.18 MB, 3675x3080, 105:88, Witsen_-_Tartaria.jpg)

>>54797

and all these ancient maps are just LARPs then? are you listening to yourself? what makes you think you know anything about history?

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 No.54804

File: b21436c39d86cc1⋯.jpg (608 KB, 1200x1037, 1200:1037, 03-Genealogy_Tart-Aria.Inf….jpg)

>>54803

are we even living in the same reality?

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 No.55013

This reminds me heavily about the man from a country called Taured, a country which does not exist or seemingly hasn't existed. I wonder if it's part and parcel with this case of Tartary, with re-written history.

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 No.55061

>>54797

No person is omniscient and a person occupied with one topic will be ignorant of other topics.

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File: 7d02da7ee73a106⋯.jpg (813.49 KB, 1920x3400, 48:85, Winter-chan Infographic.jpg)

File: 60d2f9c729ef0d7⋯.png (950.56 KB, 781x842, 781:842, Rune Calendar.png)

 No.54916[Reply]

Its migration season again and I can see fellow anons posting about our beloved Winter-chan again.

However something has been bugging me since the first time I saw Winter-chan and that is that the Binding rune for her is totally off.

What the original poster (see the infographic) ignored, is that the runes not only have a name and something that they symbolize, but they also had a place as the lunar calendar of the ancient Germanic people and thus are also connected to the seasons and certain astronomical events(summer/winter solstice etc.). I include a scan of the runic calendar from a book by German rune researcher Gerhard Heß, so you can understand what I mean.

As you can see, the Isaz, Naudiz and Hagalaz rune that make up Winter-chans current Binding rune are, despite the fact that you can associated them with frost, connected to the season of summer.

Isaz falls at the end of June, at the same time the summer solstice starts (the days become longer again) and represents an arrow. From Norse Mythology we know the story of Baldurs death, who was killed by his blind brother Hodur with a mistletow arrow, which he got from Loki. Baldurs name is reconstructed to mean the "the white, the good, the shining one" and his Saxon name Baldag literally means "day".

The Mythology follows that Baldurs body was burned and to this day Saint John's Eve is still celebrated with large bonfires in the European countryside at the same time frame the summer solstice happens, these large midsummer fires are still called in some region of Sweden "balders balar" which translates to Baldurs balefire. Thus we can see a firebow, two sticks being rubbed together in the Naudzis rune and we understand what need/hardship/emergency the name of the rune represents.

After the funeral of Baldur, his half brother Váli goes out and seeks revenge. Valdir slays Hodur, kills Narfi a son of Loki and binds Loki with the entrails of Narfi. Loki is then imprisoned with a snake above his head and this starts the process that will lead to Ragnarök. Following that the Hagalaz rune represents Valdirs and Hodurs fight and the reconnection of the twin brother Baldur and Hodur in the afterlife.

As a interesting sitPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.54921

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

There is no authentic Norse/heathen calendar. That is a very recent invention, and the Elder Fuþark runes had long-since fallen out of use by the Viking Age.

There are runic calendars, even in use today, though mostly as decorations.

Runekalender: http://archive.vn/J8vN9

Norse Months and Holidays by Jackson Crawford: https://invidio.us/watch?v=Cb0xAE6oPNg

Elder to Younger Futhark: When the Runes Changed by Jackson Crawford: https://invidio.us/watch?v=5kGSMYDz3dc

IMHO, a bindrune with the intention of being a powerful sigil should include these three runes

ᚼ (damaging) hail

ᛁ ice

ᚾ dire need

Though it had fallen out of use in the Younger Fuþark, the Odal rune (ᛟ) still survived as house marks in Scandinavia, symbolising a family’s inherited farmland, and it could be incorporated in a protective bindrune.

There are at least two variants of the Troll Cross, one similar to the Swastika, and one based on the Odal rune: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_cross / http://archive.vn/A6Dt9

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 No.54922

>>54921

>There is no authentic Norse/heathen calendar.

Everything about ancient European cultures outside the Roman and Greeks is based on reconstruction, even the names on the runes are reconstructions. I have chosen the calendar made by Gerhard Heß, because he makes a pretty good case for the Elder Furthark to work as a lunar-solar calendar from the time period of the age of Aires in which the Germanic culture had its origin. He is able to connect that to traditions in Germanic Europe that are still done today and cross reverences that with practices and mythology from other better explored Indo-European cultures.

Because of this archeological and anthropological approach to the runes I trust the work of Gerhard Heß more than other rune researchers. Other rune researchers often times either just regurgitate the work of authors from the early 20th century or they claim to have gotten their knowledge about the runes from supernatural enlightenment(see Armanen runes).

The runic calendars of Scandinavia have their origin in the usage of the runes as a writing system, there is nothing wrong with them but they do lack the connection to the Mythology of the ancient Germanic people. The Norse cultures of Scandinavia are descendants of the Germanic culture and share many aspects, however there are also differences to the original Germanic culture.

>IMHO, a bindrune with the intention of being a powerful sigil should include these three runes

So you repeat the mistake of just using the reconstructed names of the runes to decipher their meaning and ignore what kind of cultural significance they had to the ancient Germanic people.

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 No.54924

cringe and LARP-pilled

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 No.54927

>>54924

Go back.

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 No.55060

>>54924

Culture is what people do, regardless of how much you like or dislike it. Only by acting things out can they become reality.

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 No.54471[Reply]

Is there any evidence of some interdimensional beings forcing us to permanently reincarnate to feed on us? If so how can you tell it apart from real light?

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 No.54754

>>54751

I agree with you on co-creating our reality, but then why do so many new-agers believe in the law of attraction? Some of the ones I've met act as though all your problems are your own doing.

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 No.54757

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>>54754

You attract what you are. Energy goes where attention goes. It's that simple.

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 No.54760

>>54757

Then can you explain why there are so many doomers out there? I myself have had numerous negative things happen to me whilst trying to stay positive and had lucky breaks when I thought all was lost. Further, if we WHOLLY create our own reality then how is there free will for others? It can only be co-created.

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 No.54761

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>>54760

The theory may imply that we are all one fragment of the whole, and that even as such fragments we are not wholly conscious and as such susceptible to unexplored, hidden parts of ourselves which we are able unravel in spiritual practice.

Negative events, including sickness, can be regarded as radical treatments that arise from necessity to aid the soul in its path to advancement.

It's not about faking positivity and being optimistic while denying negative thoughts.

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 No.55057

>>54707

Seen him too. Found his account interesting.

The only trouble with "astral" is that everybody has very different claims about what they see outside of the basic.

Which raises the question wtf astral even is

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 No.55004[Reply]

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 No.55026

>>55024

Big if true!

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 No.55031

>>55024

It's been long time since I heard such a unique conspiracy on here

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 No.55032

>>55004

I'm surprised by the short term memory of this board not really. See >>54838

The common cold is a "corona virus" it gets its name from its structure. The "corona virus" has been around since the 60s. As for the rest, most of these virusi were known long before they became epidemics. It's also no secret that countries perform tests on virusi in order to "better understand their nature" and/or "cure" them. Often this leads to the virusi "suddenly" getting out to the general public and infecting them. Is there a conspiracy by the Bilderberg Group to ensure world domination by reducing the population to a controllable level? Sure. Are these patents and/or references to the virus years prior to their mainstream outing indicative of a smoking gun? No.

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 No.55033

>>55032

I meant to reference >>54900 though I suppose >>54838 is just as relevant.

Polite sage for double post

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 No.55054

>>55024

old book hording occultists would be hit hard in such a scenario. scary stuff.

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 No.54444[Reply]

This may interest some of you: https://therisingsunsociety.wordpress.com/

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 No.54990

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>>54967

>If you're gonna do the whole 'mysterious internet cult thing' shell out the 50$ for proper web hosting; 'dot wordpress' looks cheap and instantly makes you aware that the person behind the site didn't even have a couple of bucks to spare.

That is the dumbest “advice” I have heard in ages. If anyone wants to pretend there is a mysterious cult, they should not give it some official web address. That would be fucking retarded. A blog talking about the cult is the way to go – maybe a person who managed to get out spilling the beans on the cult started a blog to tell the world about their experiences.

Any faux-official website should be very simple and innocent-looking – like the official webpage for the Church of Scientology. No actual mysterious cult would put their secrets on the surface web for anyone to see.

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 No.54997

>>54990

>maybe a person who managed to get out spilling the beans on the cult started a blog to tell the world about their experiences.

You clearly have a fictionalized idea of cults. I'm not talking about stupid ARG shit to rope in teenagers, I'm talking legitimate personality cult where you go 'recruitment -> group of interested members -> retreats -> core group of devoted members -> permanent commune/ashram with you at the top'. You'll have to present yourself as a legitimate spiritual organization -a wordpress blog isn't gonna cut it.

>Any faux-official website should be very simple and innocent-looking

I didn't say anything to the contrary, nor did I say anything about 'revealing all the secrets on the surface web'; you need to work on your reading comprehension, chief.

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 No.55001

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Has there been any successful cults that been started online? Also every cult is based off something that isn't that crazy. You can't just throw insane shit at the reader expect people to just go with it. I mean, that one cooky cult in Ukraine originally started as a hiking group.

I really doubt people will be interested by this thing. Make it an ARG or something for people to talk about. Or something so fucking absurd like TimeCube. It just seems bland

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 No.55050

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>>55001

>TimeCube

<Chronos, god of time, was deposed by saturn

<black cube of saturn

Anons, I may have found a crossover thread over on halfchan:

http://boards.4channel.org/x/thread/24473135

The saturn cult seems to be THE cult to end all cults.

Btw, nice sigil and digits you got there >>54444

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 No.55051

>>54990

>>like the official webpage for The Vatican

http://www.vatican.va/content/vatican/en.html

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