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 No.81903[Reply]

>why don't you prove magick for me

>why must I do the hardwork of figuring it out myself

>yes you, you personally, must prove magick to me; nevermind the shitloads of people mentioned in parapsychological research already who've already demonstrated all of the phenomena of magick

>no I won't read Sorcery by J. Finley Hurley, Science of Miracles by Max Freedom Long, or Magical Use of Thoughtforms by Dolores-Ashcroft-Nowicki

>I'm just going to ignore Wim Hof and that one guy who sets newspaper on fire with his chi who are both on youtube

>I'm just going to ignore Mirin Dajo, William James, Carl Jung, various famous scientists, famous mediums, etc. who are very well documented for what they do

>why, look at this stupid skeptic blog, which fails to actually disprove the accomplishments of genuine occultists by showing ways in which they produce a similar phenomena through trickery but at the same time completely fails to meet all of the requirements of the genuine phenomena

>hey you think that guy set the newspaper on fire with his chi? Well look at my bullshit, you just put these chemicals in here and crumple up the paper, and that's how it catches fire! nvm that the chemicals you're using produce a completely different colour flame and other effects that are totally different from when he used his chi

>heh, you think walking on hot coals is a miracle? look at me scamper across hot coals barely having contact with them for more than a few seconds, this clearly means the men who've been in far hotter piles of coals literally going through them slow or standing there and not getting hurt aren't legit… oh wait I can't reproduce this phenomena with my fedora bullshit at all

>*fedora sweat intensifies* stop showing me all these genuine examples of magick! I'm just going to ignore them all and assume it's a trick, and say science will explain it later! it's all just tricks/illusions/sleight-of-hand!!!

>fuck you, use up your vital energy and many hours of your day to personally prove shit to me

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 No.116487

Skepticism isnt about proving people wrong. thats what edgy kids that read Dawkins and Sagan think.

I'm a Skeptic because I want to find the true nature of things and see through deception. If magick is truly real, I would want to have sure proof that it's real before I start putting my energy into it.

Stop being so self conscious that you think anyone that thinks differently from you is personally attacking you. I know theres some secret bullshit that stops you from just telling me how to do it, but honestly I just want to know if it's real or not first.

Its hard to tell on the internet because most of it are just lies or people who convinced themselves through poorly constructed logic that magic is real and they just dick tease people on /fringe/ because its the only thing that gives their life a semblance of control.

Don't treat skeptics as adversaries, they are a lot like you

(if youre telling the truth) they just are curious and want to learn most of the time.


 No.116489

>>116487

Before you read my tl;dr posts, let me put magic in materialist terms: Magic is a controlled placebo, it's playing pretend until that pretending has an effect upon the experience of the world and its elements. If you're a hard materialist, it's best to assume that it's all a bunch of horseshit and we're just adults with mental problems.

Now that that's out of the way, your post deserves an answer by an actual scientist, which I can provide. To lend some background so that you have some idea of my familiarity with the hard sciences, the scientific method, and the philosophy of science, I have a dual degree in biochemistry and pre-medicine from a public state university, granted within the last five years. I currently work as a research scientist involved in identifying foodborne pathogens. This is no appeal to authority, only an indicator to you that I am not a stranger to STEM fields when I respond here.

>If magick is truly real, I would want to have sure proof that it's real before I start putting my energy into it.

That's not the case. Unless you are the first human in history to do so, you most certainly do not base your interests and investments of your time and energy on the objective truth value of that thing. You base your value off of the personal incentives they provide to you.

Science being 'real' simply cannot be your primary motivator because you don't actually know whether or not any particular datum you classify as scientific is objectively true. You, I am quite certain, do not base your ideas about how the universe is structured on only the experiments which you can independently verify, and if you do, boy you must be an exceptionally busy person to have experimentally proven everything up to the point of being able to claim that skepticism is worth your time. People's motivations have nothing whatsoever to do with whether or not things are empirically correct, and everything to do with whether or not the experiences of those interests hold incentives.

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 No.116490

>>116487

>I know theres some secret bullshit that stops you from just telling me how to do it

That has never been the case, it's just that your idea of how magic works has no relation to how magic actually works. There are free resources on how to carry out magical acts, but you don't actually perform them because you're waiting to see if they work, but the only proof of them working is if they fit within your idea of what magic is, and if your idea of magic is stuff that's impossible, then magic is never possible. The moment you are given material proof of a thing which is practically workable, you then attribute it to science, that's what science has been doing since it 'broke off' from magic. You've set up conditions such that it is impossible to prove magic. Science just plays word games when it discovers magic. Google "quantum pseudo-telepathy" and then come back and try to tell me that it fits in any way, shape, or form with either classical physics or your normal experience.

Why is quantum pseudo-telepathy (just as an example) not called magic? Because at least two people in lab coats with degrees from universities that other people (their bosses) know the names of set up a series of objects in relation to a series of thoughts they had and decided to act upon, and then other people looked at those objects and their interactions and heard about the various thoughts those people in lab coats had, and those other people had thoughts of their own in turn that went along the lines of "wow, what a result but since their framework matches ours and the methodology is what we want, I guess that's right!" That's why it's called science. If you told some average person out on the street the gist of quantum pseudo-telepathy, they'd call that magic and wouldn't believe it, and yet if it has the veneer of peer-reviewed studies, suddenly, voila! It has all the versimilitude they need to buy it!

Magic is a catch-all term for what happens when you exert some conscious control over your various qualia. Whether or not this is imagined, the experience itself is the real thing. It is in fact the only thing you know, just experience, and even that, you may noPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.116491

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>>116487

Here, have a picture to look at as a reward for getting through all that.


 No.129752

>>81903

But you missed the point of fringe, which is you don't fucking tell anyone about it.

That's kind of how magic is influenced and if you not only have other dense people influencing YOU but your magic development too then you fucked up.




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 No.129734[Reply]

A talisman is an object with a word or symbol intentionally inscribed upon it. A TALISMAN IS A SYNCHRONICITY MAGNET. That is to say that if you have the word “money” inscribed upon an object or a symbol representing money, you attract to your self circumstances related to money due to the fact you are carrying a synchronicity magnet. SYNCHRONICITY WORKS THROUGH RESONANCE, what you focus your consciousness upon, an idea you focus on, creates ripples in the aether(electromagnetic energy) that then attract to you circumstances related to that idea.

For example if you have been thinking or talking about something and then see a movie or hear a song that relates. These aren’t omens, these are just energetic effects of the activity within your mind and mouth. So a talisman is something you carry with you in order to attract to you circumstances related to the talisman. The principle at work here is “like attracts like”.

A symbol is one with that which it represents. The word money is one with the actuality of money, by carrying symbols of money you naturally attract wealth. This is why jews gave themselves names like goldberg and silverstein. It was an attempt to manipulate synchronicity. Magicians are masters of synchronicity who use words and symbols to cast either good or bad synchronicity upon themselves or others.

Luck, good and bad, is a term that relates to synchronicity, it happens through processes of synchronicity.

The reason a talisman works is because when you inscribe something on an object you create imprints upon the aetheric fields that then create perpetual ripples in the aetheric field(the electomagnetic energy all around us).

This is why monuments are so powerful and new political orders tend to destroy them. A monument is like a giant antenna broadcasting energy related to that which the monument represents or inscriptions upon it.

Throughout Europe jews have erected monuments to the holocaust where upon those monuments in hebrew they wrote something along the lines of “may their blood be avenged”, referring to the victims of Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.129738

Stop spreading bullshit written by idiots.




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 No.129733[Reply]

A CURSE IS THE USE OF A VERBAL AFFIRMATION TO INFLICT DAMAGE UPON AN ENEMY, it is the use of words to cause destruction. Evidence that words contain power is found in Genesis 24:60 where the pagan family of Rebekah, who was marrying into the Jewish nation, blessed Rebekah saying "may your offspring possess the gate of their enemies" https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis+24%3A60&version=KJV

Rebekah is a mother of the jewish nation. She was blessed saying that her offspring, the jews, would possess the gate of their enemies. This was over 2000 years ago this blessing was given. TODAY THE JEWS POSSESS THE GATES OF THEIR ENEMIES AND HAVE OPENED THE GATES TO THE THIRD WORLD.

This is proof of the power of words. Just as we can bless with our words so can we curse. Imagine what may have happened if it had been said "may your offspring encounter misfortunes" etc. Psalm 109 is an example of curses https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psalm_109 but curses don't have to invoke God, the blessing given to Rebekah invoked no god.

So I advocate that people curse their enemies. ONE OF THE REASONS WHITE PEOPLE VENT SO MUCH ANGER ONLINE AND WITHIN FAMILIES IS BECAUSE CIVILIZATION PREVENTS AGGRESSION TO BE ACTED AGAINST THOSE WHO HAVE ACTUALLY WRONGED AN INDIVIDUAL, and this is due to laws preventing physical action. So these laws are good to follow but they do create a lot of pent up anger.

Cursing is a legal way of venting that anger, and it allows one to vent anger against enemies so that you don't end up venting anger towards loved ones. It's better to vent anger legally through curse rituals rather than vent anger online at innocent strangers or vent anger towards family members. If someone has wronged you it is important to curse them so that you don't end up venting anger at loved ones or innocent people online. The only people who a person should avoid cursing even if they did do a wrong would be family and friends, forgiveness should be granted ones kinsfolk.

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 No.129477[Reply]

Someone to ask me a question about the initial exercise of Initiation into Hermetics?

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 No.129699

>>129497

The kybalion is not even good, between wrong semantics and making a meme principle of "gender" while it is part of the principle of polarity in the end, I find it not meriting its success.

IIH, while not perfect, is much better and coherent.


 No.129701

>>129699

I don't think subject-object is really a polarity.


 No.129723

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>>129699

>The base principles of Hermeticism are all wrong because I don't understand them.

you do realize that the 7 principles are meant to go hand-in-hand, right? You do know that the 7 principles explain physics before the apple dropped or the first boat circled the globe, right? Take the principle of polarity out and you mystify the rest of the principles. Take the principle of gender out and you diminish the lesson. Much of western occultism has a great deal to do with the relationship between the masculine and feminine.

You have no understanding of magic if you reject the 7 principles. They are immutable laws that reproduce themselves around you at every moment. You might as well call yourself a mundie.


 No.129726

>>129477

Hi, was recently reading that and wondering what mate

rial/object pertains to and has affinities with air?

Pumice, smoke and anything that is an offshoot of fire seem to be fine, but I wanted an easier to find material.


 No.129727

>>129726

just adding as reference, bone and husks of living creatures work too




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 No.124957[Reply]

I think the Tree of Life is a beautiful symbol, and I've been wanting to utilize exercises such as the MPR.

However, all these posts I've come across regarding the Jewish matrix, the Demiurge/Yaldabaoth/YHVH have skeeved me out. Now I'm paranoid to involve myself in Qabala at all.

Though, even sources in the Fringe library make practical reference to YHVH - which, in my limited understanding, is also an elemental formula and not simply the Abrahamic God/Demiurge.

What are your thoughts on incorporating some of these things into ones Work and daily routine. Or do you believe it should be avoided at all cost?

I'm very confused about the whole subject is a tangled mess which I don't even know how to begin to unravel.

Thoughts? Opinions? Advice?

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 No.128455

>>128448

/pol/ can't even decide if it likes the president it helped elect. That meme was coined long before /pol/ became a cesspit of clueless retards.


 No.128466

>>128455

If Israel figured out Trump didn't have their best interests, then Trump wouldn't be able to con them like he has. Anyways, let's keep the discussion /fringe/ and esoteric, not /pol/ and mundane

also I meant ironically true, was wondering how many people I triggered by using that incorrectly lol


 No.128763

>>128325

>not an argument

Okay, Stefan Molyneux


 No.129683

>>124960

Would love more info on this.

I'm currently using NAP with incredible results. Can you tell me about the entity and how I can avoid getting something like that attached to me?


 No.129718

The trap you’re in is akin to solipsism. It’s circular. Just experiment and draw your own conclusions. It’s the only way.

There’s no point in anyone telling you what to think or what to do. Just experiment and decide.




 No.129640[Reply]

ITT:

Post your experiences and success performing Occultist Magic. Especially relating to the Key of Solomon, 6/7th Books of Moses, Book of Honorius etc.,

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 No.129685

>>129670

I think you need to study Plato more and consider what his philosophy implies about imaginary beings.


 No.129686

>>129677

The word you're looking for is subjective.

Magick has objective manifestations and thoughts are an actual objective thing manifest on the mental plane. They are not contained in a subjective sphere of existence.

The placebo effect is a catch-all term for "wtf that guy appears to have spontaneously healed / improved, spontaneous because we can't identify the actual causal mechanism, since we deny the reality of thought-influence".


 No.129691

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>>129686

>>129677

Tulpas (imaginary friends/beings) on average have around 5% free will and 95% you the user acting out their thoughts; I pulled this number out of my ass based on how strongly I feel imagined beings of my mind had free will starting out. The better you get at it, the more the former percentage overtakes the latter percentage. For point of reference, the average human being I'd say is 80% free will and 20% a product of the universe's actions; again, a number I pulled out of my ass based on observation and experience that definitely varies from person to person. A person who can actively pursue their free will despite the environment's immense opposition might have 95% free will and be 5% a product of the universe's actions; again numbers I made up as a general way of understanding this concept.

FREE WILL EXISTS ON A GRADIENT FOR BOTH TULPAS AND PEOPLE, AND PEOPLE ON AVERAGE HAVE A GREATER DEAL OF FREE WILL THAN TULPAS, BUT SOMETIMES THE IMAGINARY BEING HAS MORE FREE WILL THAN THE PERSON!

This also applies to hivemind entities aka imaginary beings made of memes that exist across multiple people simultaneously, with the multiple people being 'servers' of sorts that host copies of the hivemind entity that together make it stronger. However, hivemind entities have to have active communication between their hosts in order for the hivemind entity to start gaining unified free will that transcends an individual's single brain and instead exists as one free will across multiple individual minds. Somewhat like establishing a more powerful country by unifying other territories under it.

What I'm saying here is backed by our observations -there is as much reason to believe in favor of this Theory of Hivemind Free Will, as there is to believe in the commonly accepted theory that there are no hivemind entities -which brings into question why the latter is accepted over the former when there's equal evidence for both.

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 No.129704

>>129691

So in the case of Solomon, he was essentially just a hardcore tulpamancer?

theres lots of literature that references him being able to control and manipulate legions of Jinn (Demons), were these all just personalities within Solomons mind? can the Jinn themselves only exist within the mind of the person who summons them or do they exist in a spiritual realm before they are summoned, is a Jinn/demon/imaginary being only brought into existence when someone creates it?

As for hivemind entities, does that mean that the God of Abraham (Yaldabaoth/Saturn etc.) only exists within the minds of the "servers" that follow it? or was the Demiurge an entity or frequency that existed first and began calling people to follow it, and the more followers it has the more powerful it becomes

>>129686

So are the effects of magick are subjective to the user, but come from an objective thought in the mind

I'll have to get around to reading the Kybalion eventually too


 No.129711

>>129704

Solomon's probably not real but if he was real and if the claims about him are true, then yes he absolutely was just a hardcore tulpamancer. Nobody ever admits it, but pretty much anyone who genuinely believes they were or are in contact with religious entities were in contact with imagined beings.

An imagined being solely comes into existence by being imagined into existence.

Hivemind beings exist across multiple minds which is what makes them especially powerful because if one person wants them gone, that in itself won't get rid of them. Ideas by themselves can only go so far but memes have influential power to them. Thus, the hivemind tulpa always trumps the single-minded tulpa.

Servers in this case I mean more in the technical sense, like a video game's server; but it simultaneously also would mean server in the religious sense.

~E p y c [redacted] W y n n




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 No.127522[Reply]

The CIA has declassified a lot of information on Project Gateway and Project Stargate and rather more recently published it online. This thread is dedicated to digging through that material and finding anything of interest.

Dig here: https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/collection/stargate

Some stuff of interest I have found so far:

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00788R001700210016-5.pdf

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00788R001700270006-0.pdf

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00787R000200130005-3.pdf

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP96-00789R003300210001-2.pdf

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 No.129064

>>129039

>Meta

What?


 No.129065

>>129064

A meta-personality is one that oversees the sub-personalities. Being meta means being superior to or "over" the thing one is meta to. Meta-feelings, meta-intentions, meta-etc.


 No.129070

>>129065

I know what meta means, I don't know what he means by

>learn to meta


 No.129583

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I don't have the direct link but these were apparently on one of the discs you could order

CIA Document Mori ID: 190691

Title: Hypnotic Experimentation and Research

Date: 10 February 1954


 No.129687

>>129070

Learn to meta means to observe and gain control over aspects of the self.

You can fix and control and change basically everything just by becoming meta to it, shifting awareness to the control point.




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 No.128154[Reply]

I rolled a d100 for the first time in my life, rolled it when contacting an evil chaotic orcish war God (Gruumsh), and my DM then rolled against it to see how effective mine was. I rolled a perfect 100. My DM rolled a perfect 1. The odds of this absolutely flawless outcome are 1 in 9,999 (subtracting the fact two dice can't have a collective outcome of 1). The odds of this happening on my first d100 roll in my life, is perhaps 1 in 99,999, assuming I do just 10 in my entire life. The odds of all that combined with the odds of that roll being as important as a God-related roll, are difficult to speculate.

I also rolled 2 d20s at the same time about 3 sessions prior that both got nat 20s, the odds of which would be 1 in 399.

I also stated to my DM before I started playing DnD sessions with him that I'm a naturally lucky person.

Now statistically speaking SOMEONE on Earth was bound to eventually have this happen to them, but the fact it happened to someone of my mindset who routinely absorbs this board's knowledge, does lend credence to the notion I perhaps am… benefiting in a subtle way from viewing this board.

Does Dungeons and Dragons have any established relationship with applied magic, or revealing a person's magic powers?

For clarification, I do not claim I can do magic; but I am thinking there may be a relationship between my luck and my usage of this board. Again, statistically this outcome is inevitable for someone on the planet, but the fact it was a user of this board, let alone one as as over-the-top as me, is incredibly unlikely. I've also in general noticed I have oddly high luck in general in my life, though it of course is not so consistent I could prove it as at that point it wouldn't be luck but a greater force entirely.

Did me researching magic, memes, influence, persuasion, and this board's general subjects, increase my luck as a human being? Did something else cause this? Just random chance?

~[redacted]

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 No.128939

Hey man that's not how maths works.

It being your first roll doesn't decrease the chances of it happening.

I could roll a million or one percentile die and it won't change the probability.


 No.128940

>>128939

Shit. Still worth noting the importance and how you only get one chance in your life to get that good of a roll the first time you ever roll.

~E p y c [redacted] W y n n


 No.129631

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>>128154

Preliminary: You posted this on my birthday.

A week ago I rolled a double nat 20 much as your own.

Now the follow-up: Hamingja. A norse term, pre-Christian, defining one piece of the Self as it moves through space and time; loosely translated as "Luck", it is a part of the Soul Identity. The phrases "Luck be with you", "I wish you luck" or even just "Good Luck" all stem from this concept – The idea that luck can be lent to someone, just as a familiar spirit could be entrusted to someone else to serve as a temporary guide or a physical tool could be loaned, luck could equally be given or passed down through a family line.

There is more to this concept, but it is the sort that is better gained through meditation and personal revelation.


 No.129632

>>128851

>But I don't even know myself if I somehow "observe" the roll without looking at it or if I "will" that roll into existance

Somewhere on the board, once upon a time and possibly now, there was a guide for neophytes that described the former as "invoking water" and the latter as "invoking fire". It was possible, the guide indicated, to do both: Invoke water and fire at the same time to see the result coming and force it to come (in other words, to know the best time to "push" or "will" it into existence, when you would encounter the least resistance).

Bonus point of indication: "Neophyte" merely means "newly initiated". It has never been an insult.


 No.129672

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>>129632

Interesting. I'm unsure if I can outright control outcomes normally dictated by random chance, but I'll look into this.

~E p y c [redacted] W y n n




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 No.129574[Reply]

You're welcome.

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 No.129621

Why did my occult thread get locked but retarded flat earth threads like this, and the other one, get a pass


 No.129629

>>129621

Because we have a question thread and you posted a question as its own thread like every other retard who turns up to this board and refuses to read any of the rules like they own the place. That's why your thread got locked. Read the damn rules. This thread didn't get locked because (a) it's not a question, it's about a topic, and (b)

>/fringe/ is a board for esoteric discussion including matters pertaining to; Magic : Philosophy : Paranormal : Dreams : Religion : Occult : Symbolism : Aliens : Demons & Angels : Metaphysics : Conspiracy : Secret Societies : Mind Control : Morality & Ethics : Mysticism : Qualia : Psychic Abilities – Anything that is fringe in some respect

>Conspiracy

so while flat earth is obvious bullshit it still falls under the subject matter of /fringe/ Take this to >>>/fringemeta/ next time instead of posting in an unrelated thread.


 No.129641

>>129621

>>129629

What's wrong with questioning the shape of the earth?


 No.129642

>>129641

My main problem with this was that it broke rule 1

>>129573


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 No.89010[Reply]

II like occult devices and technology, but there doesnt seem to be very much of it. You all know of any others?

Also, I understand some see all tech as occult, this os obviously not what I mean.

#1 Gysin Dream Machine

#2 Scientology E-Meter

#3 Crystal Powered Time Machine

#4 Reichian Orgon Accumulator

#5 Chi Generator

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 No.129055

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here is an inflection device.

Print it out, put it in a frame (cut to size, doesn't affect energy).

Hang it on a wall or put on a desk, flat surface.

Should be in field of vision for at least ten minutes a day.

No idea what it does, but seems friendly.

If you use it for a week please report back outcome.


 No.129073

>>129055

>No idea what it does, but seems friendly

What is its origin? Potentially succubus in nature. I may try it for you, but a bit nervous to


 No.129088

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>>129073

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Yes, it is succubus in nature, drawing from the masculine.

Heartfelt joy is also an aspect of it's origin.

To bend. To move beyond what is acceptable, to move in a forward fashion in a way that may not be acceptable to those observing.

Find a path/finding a path.

Hope wins out.

I hope that helps, I just draw shit,


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 No.129607[Reply]

hey /fringe/, have any of you been successful performing magic and/or having mystical experiences, specifically stemming from the works of Solomon, like the Key/Grimoire of Solomon, 6th/7th Books of Moses, Magical Papyri etc,.

>inb4 muh jews bad

>inb4 muh crappalah

>inb4 any pol tier Hylic posting

~cheers

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 No.129611

The kabbalah isn't even Jewish, they stole it. It has origins that go back to before the Jews even existed.

Also, yes it works. I've contacted both demons from the key of Solomon and angels from Dee and I think your success depends on your actual alignment. As these entities each have agendas and desires and if yours align with theirs, they'll work with you better. They may not even show up if they don't align.opp


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>>129611

>The kabbalah isn't even Jewish, they stole it. It has origins that go back to before the Jews even existed.

Source on that? Sounds genuinely interesting but I couldn't find anything.


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 No.120438[Reply]

How badly is weed for spirituality really?

I do understand and notice that I get less aware, my dreams dissapear too, but is this always a bad thing? If I'm sober for over a month I tend to get anxiety and very high energy that is hard to control. It's not always fun to deal with. If I then, blow one I calm down and am relaxed for a good week.

Can anyone comment on how much weed hinders my spiritual progress? I do want to grow but I also want to be able to relax and be calm.

How much does it negatively impact my growth and my afterlife?

Can anyone write something decent about this.

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>>120439

There is not one fact in this post. It's some cringey nonsense you wrote to try to feel special. You have this fantasy where you are an expert that anyone at all relies on, yet you are too stupid to learn anything , so instead of trying humility you have to plague the world with another one of the billion faggotbook users "manifestos" like anyone other than narcissist con artists gives a fuck about the latest narcissist con artist methods

Kill yourself nigger


 No.123712

>>120438

In my experience, it is useful on occasion and if not abused. Lacking of dreams is a very big thing for me as I value my unconscious a lot. If you are to smoke I would recommend the way that I do it, in which I smoke large amounts a bit more sparsely. I find that it gives me a lot of focus and internal hallucinations of ideas.


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>>120438

From my experience, frequent use (4+ times a week) will make you mentally slower and weed causes you to give less fucks which isn't good for progressing in life.


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So I take edibles from time to time and the other night I noticed something strange. I was sort of staring into space and thinking aloud in my head as one might do and I noticed another voice under mine. I don't think is new. I think I just hadn't noticed it before.

It was distinct from my voice but had no particular traits, more like a whisper.

So asking things in my head I started getting a response that would start mid way through my question. Something like "Is the moon (other voice: "no") made out of cheese?"

I'm not convinced this is anything external. Maybe like a type of auto hypnosis or brain wave state allowing easier access to, well shit I don't know. Subconscious? Higher self?

I've since asked questions not being high and it works but a bit softer and slower and less sure feeling. I haven't done anything remotely interesting enough in quite a while which is why I don't think I've attracted something. Although I have been told in the past I had some company. What do you think?


 No.129612

I've used it in the past to "open up" and channel stuff. It's a useful crutch for opening your third eye temporarily, but it's just a crutch and if you're not careful you will end up depending on it.

Same with many other "medicines" such as ayahuasca, mushrooms or whatever. Even alcohol and tobacco. In my opinion they are useful as a one-time experience so as to know what you're looking to do feels like, that's it.

Absolutely don't use them regularly or for pleasure or fun.




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 No.128760[Reply]

I have successfully sensed unique bodily emotionally-charged sensations most closely regionally related to each of the areas associated with chakras. I do not believe this to be proof of chakras -on the contrary, I believe this proves the basis of what the chakras were based on. This will be a quick analysis of the sensations I felt, where in my body these were felt, and what chakra is symbollically associated with each region. I conclude because of these sensations being known to me and associated with biochemical processes I experienced, chakras are thus symbols based on these biochemical processes rather than chakras being the basis of the biochemical processes. This analysis will not focus on the obvious functions of these areas, but specifically on emotionally charged sensations which could reasonably be considered 'spiritual' by a normal person who had little to no understanding of science, even if one who understood science sufficiently could otherwise explain these sensations away as non-spiritual in nature.

Crown - Sahasrara

Relaxation. If I focus on the crown of my end, and specifically try to relax it, it will cause the rest of my body to relax and has helped me to go to sleep faster. This is not as much the case when I focus on any other area of my body, including my head in general. I would consider this the mildest and least interesting reaction and have otherwise found no emotional or strong experience associated with this area.

Head - Ajna

Mystification. Specifically, ASMR. The auto sensory meridian response is triggered exclusively in me by 1 of 2 different triggers: something incredibly comforting, or something incredibly meaningful. If I hear music that sounds 'epic' (1812 Overture Climax, Lacrimosa Dominae) or picture in my mind an epic event, that will cause me to have an auto sensory meridian response which means tingles of euphoric pleasure will occur within my mind and travel down my body to various random areas all over. If I watch a good ASMR video on YouTube (Gentle Whispering ASMR) I will experience the same thing though it will feel slightly calmer; I avoid ASMR done by men because for me personallyPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.129566

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>>129553

I'd been avoiding Chinese models due to a fairly widespread culture in China of covering up the truth with pretty feel-good lies from their beauty to their politics. But, if normal Eastern and Western models are failing to acknowledge the chemical sensational difference between the upper and lower stomach emotion-wise, then that indicates an atypical model which does may be more accurate.

May look into this later and produce a second analysis accordingly.

Reminder all chakra/spiritual models are highly inaccurate in regards to their spiritual meanings and should only be valued as symbolic maps of where the strongest emotionally-charged bio-chemical reactions occur in our bodies, as a means of us better understanding ourselves. But should I find any spiritual evidence outside merely the bio-chemical, which I am more than open-minded to experiencing despite existing evidence experientially to the contrary, I'll certainly report it earnestly as soon as it happens.

~ E p y c [redacted] W y n n


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>>128760

You avoid ASMR done by men because you're afraid to acknowledge your sexuality.


 No.129591

>>129349

He's wrong about purposefully trying to trigger people. That's acting from the ego in order to maintain a perceived spiritual superiority. Whomever came up with that is a fraud.

Present your information in black text on white background and let it find whomever it needs to.

Who does he think he is, playing smartass like that? I feel sorry for his lowly ego based antics.


 No.129593

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>>129590

No it's because ASMR is low-key sexual regardless where it comes from and men sexually disgust me.

~E p y c [redacted] W y n n


 No.129603

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>>129593

give this a watch, it goes deep into the intricacies of memetics and its implications. keep in mind this game came out in 2001




 No.129578[Reply]

Almost all websites on the subject of occultism look at it from sjw or ultra left lens.honestly it is so goddamn annoying,or they infuse it with some form of kabalah and hindu mystisism like in alchemy.I was wondering if any one could link me to any sites that don't do this

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 No.129581

>>129578

But anon. Why do you claim these are left-wing when most of the sjw-tards pick islam or judaism as their religion?


 No.129584

>>129581

most of these sjw are polluting western magickal paths just look at the wicans/sjw pagans or alchemy


 No.129599

only in bullshit occultism


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 No.129573[Reply]

You're welcome!

 No.129575

It's not the first flat earth thread here but easily the worst.


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