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What is /fringe/ about?
>/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
In other words it's a board for wizards (magick practitioners) of all sorts and other interested peoples to come together and share their ideas, plans, theories, etc.
>How do I post?
Just go in a thread you like and start posting. No name or sign up is required and you do not need to put an email in the email field. Create a new thread if you want but make it good or it will be deleted. You should select a flag from the flags list when making a post to represent yourself. If you have questions you should post in the currently stickied question thread.
>Why would I want to use this site?
We are unique in that we protect your anonymity and let you speak your mind without censorship. If you've ever wanted a place where you can just talk about these subject matters and get honest feedback from other posters this is the place for that. All the problems of identity are averted and you can express yourself however you please (and so can the other posters). Many /fringe/ posters have studied the occult for years now and have done massive amounts of research, experimentation, and practise to arrive at the knowledge they now have and want to share with you. Even if you are sceptical and completely do not believe in these matters, you can still post your scepticism, and challenge the views of anyone here.
>What are the rules?
All of the rules concern the creation of new threads. If you don't plan on making any new threads, you don't really have to worry about the rules, as there are no rules really for people who are replying to already existing threads.
You may find a catalog of all the threads on /fringe/ right here, in order to find a thread you want to read or post in quicker:
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