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 No.129439[Reply]

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 No.129461

>>129455

How many have you read?




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 No.77411[Reply]

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 No.127326[Reply]

So I ended up here, /fringe/.

From /pol/, through /fit/, to abandoning halfchan altogether, and finding this board while looking for books.

I am looking for knowledge. I want to reach my highest potential, physically, mentally and spiritually.

I've stopped using social media, playing videogames, masturbating, eating anything outside of my strict diet. I started exercising, reading a lot (theory), sleeping on the floor, I use a fluoride filter for water, stopped drinking caffeine, alcohol, any other drugs. And I've ran out of ideas. Currently I'm beginning to meditate and trying out the exercises I found in "Forbidden Parapsychology", which was recommended in one of the threads here.

So, I'm here to ask for book recommendations, practices I can add to my routine, anything that can improve my physical, mental and spiritual health. I just begun my quest for knowledge.

My current booklist is:

>Prometheus Rising

>Quantum Psychology

>Works of Evola and Guenon

>The Will by Atkinson

>Liber Null

>How to Know Higher Worlds by Steiner

>The Kybalion

>Angel Tech by Antero Alli

>The Art of True Healing by Israel Regardie

>Lazy Man's Guide to Relaxation

>The Secret Teachings of All Ages

>works of Gurdjieff, Collin and Ouspensky

>Kali Kaula by Jan Fries

>Science of Breath

>Futhark, A Handbook of Rune Magic

>The Gnostic Bible

>Works of Savitri Devi and Miguel Serrano

Anything worth adding/removing from the list? It's obviously chaotic, as I'm just a beginner.

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 No.129421

>>129418

>I am honestly digusted by the occult practitioners and teachers I've ever met

Disgusted? What is your problem?


 No.129445

>>129420

Read my post again. I strongly urge you to read the Hermetica by Brain Copenhaver. His is ia scholarly translation of the Corpus Hermetica and Asclepius which are considered to be the best today. Also, a kind anon has upload an ebook of the Hermetica 2 by DAvid Litwa, which is also a scholarly translation of Hermetic fragments that also contain the Oxford and Vienna fragments, which were never previously translated until now.

>Greeks

Heraclitus Fragments

Parmenides' On the Order of Nature fragment

Pythagoras - The Pythagorean Sourcebook by Guthrie and Fideller is pretty good and contains commentary from Neoplatonists

Plato

Aristotle

>Neoplatonists

Plotinus, Porphyry, Iamblichus, Proclus, Dionysius, Boethius, etc. There is a good list of recs on /phil/ here >>>/philosophy/6046 I would also add the Chaldean Oracles to that list. De Mysteriis is required reading if you are thinking about practicing magic or theurgy.

>Hindus

Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana, Mahabharata. Standard fair stuff. Bibek Debrory has made unabridged translations of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata (which are very long, might I add). As for schools of thought and commentary, I don't know much about them, but I find Advaita Vedanta to be intriguing. There is a great list of recs here https://warosu.org/lit/thread/11473113#p11473119 and here https://warosu.org/lit/thread/11473113#p11473127

>Buddhism

Bhikku Bodhi has translated a lot of Theravada sutras in English. I hear Lotus, Heart, and the Diamond Sutras get shilled a lot, but I don't know much about them for translations. I also know nothing about Vajrayana.

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 No.129446

>>129445

>Taoists

There are three main texts in Taoism roughly, Tao Te Ching, Zhuangzhi, and Lieh-Tzu.

Tao Te Ching - Here, you have to do some research to find a translation you like. Hall & Ames is good, but can come off as Whiteheadian at times. I also enjoy Ellen Chen's commentary.

Zhuangzhi - Burton Watson's is considered to be the best

Lieh-Tzu - Not as important as the other two, and not discussed as much either. I don't know which translation is good, but I went with Graham.

There are many more Taoist texts besides these three. Fabrizio Pregadio's translations and scholarship are very good. His main focus was on Taoist alchemy (Neidan), but he also wrote an encyclopedia on Taoism. For him, I would start with The Seal of the Unity of the Three, and Cultivating the Tao. Harold Roth translated the Nei-yeh and argues in his book, Original Tao that it predates the Tao Teh Ching, and that Taoism was originally a mystical and meditative tradition. He also translated the Huananzi, which is a collection of texts discussing Confusianism, Tao, cosmology, astrology, and chinese legalism. His unabridged translation is so far the only that exists in English.

>Sufis

Rumi, al-Ghazali, and Ibn-Arabi are the big three Sufi writers.

Ibn al-Arabi - he wrote the Ringstones of Wisdom (Fusus al-hikam) as a concise explanation of Sufi thought

Rumi - William Chittick's scholarship is great. Avoid Coleman Barks translations like the plague.

Al-Ghazali - Also a mystic who wrote extensively. He also wrote an autobiography describing his spiritual journey called Deliverance from Error (al-Munqidh min al-Dalal).


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>>127326

For you I would recommend Mythic Christianity by Atkinson. I myself am trying to read through Srila Prabhupada's English translations of Sanskrit classics. (https://mega.nz/fm/dEomEKKK) As for the your studies in the Futhark this books was rather interesting ( https://www.othroerirkindred.com/resources/Teutonic%20Magic.pdf ) this last book I recommend to any of my friends who display an interest about metaphysics since it reads like a novel ( https://www.scribd.com/document/336764559/The-Magus-of-Java-pdf )

Srila Prabhupada, Lecture on Bhagavad-Gita 6.6-12 – Los Angeles, February 15, 1969: Even one is illiterate. Even he does not know what is ABCD, he can realize God provided he engages himself in this submissive transcendental loving service. And one may be very learned, high scholar, but he cannot realize God. God is not subjected to any material condition. He is Supreme Spirit. Similarly, the process of realizing God is also not subjected to any material condition. It is not that because you are poor man you cannot realize God. Or because you are very rich man, therefore you shall realize God. No. Because you are uneducated, therefore you cannot realize God, no, that is not. Because you are highly educated, therefore you can realize God. No, that is not. He's unconditional.

Bhāgavata does not mention that this Hindu religion is first-class or Christian religion is first-class or Mohammedan religion is first-class or any other religion. We have created so much, so many religions. But Bhāgavata says, that religious principle is first-class. Which one? Sa vai puṁsāṁ paro dharmo yato bhaktir adhokṣaje (SB 1.2.6). That religion which helps you to advance your devotional service and love of God. That's all. That is the definition of first-class religion. We do not analyze that this religion is first-class, that religion is last-class. Of course, according to, asPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.129459

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 No.129454[Reply]

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 No.129457

your ad is already on the ad page, fuck off

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 No.129428[Reply]

Since there is no thread up about the greatest happening of our time right now I will take the liberty of creating it.

What is the /fringe/ take on Brenton Tarrant?

I read in his manifesto that he contacted "the reborn Knights Templar" to quote it exactly.

The Reborn Knights Templar… who are these guys and what are their doctrines? If anyone here is from the Knights Templar will you speak up?

There's also conspiracies that the whole thing was a hoax and a lot of other conspiracy angles but I refuse to believe these as I do not want to be deceived by the "everything is a hoax and fake" crowd into believing there are no heroes in this world. They want to deprive us of the reality of this great victory.

 No.129444

I believe /pol/ is a better board for this thread, thank you very much. Speculation is not fringe.


 No.129450

>>129444

Templars are /fringe/ and /pol/ doesn't know anything about them and is too busy discussing anything but the Templars.


 No.129451

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He mentions in the manifesto that he recieved blessings from the templars after contacting Breivik so that may be a good place to start.

>But I have only had brief contact with Knight Justiciar Breivik, receiving a blessing for my mission after contacting his brother knights.

Also found this

http://archive.is/0g2gl

>I just said that the original Knights Templar do not exist. However, there is a modern organization which uses the same name. They are a completely separate organization with no connection at all to the historic Knights Templar. However, they chose to copy that name because they are inspired by the historic Knights Templar.

>This organization is a Masonic Appendant Body. That means that they are a separate organization from the Free Masons, but they only recruit from the Free Masons. Therefore, in order to become a member of the Knights Templar, you first have to become a Master Mason. Then you have to join the York Rite of Masonry.

>So, in order to become a member of Knights Templar, first you have to become a Mason, and complete the three degrees of Blue Lodge. Then you have to join York Rite and complete the four degrees of Chapter. Then you have to further join the Council portion of York Rite and complete the three Cryptic Degrees. Then you have to join the final body of York Rite Masonry. Only then can you call yourself a Knight of the Temple.

I know little to nothing on masonry let alone the templars, so take it with a grain of salt




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 No.77412[Reply]

Continuation of this thread: http://archive.is/XqeXn

1) Pledge an amount of time. Preferably a number of weeks. Post it in this thread.

2) If you break your pledge, you must also confess your transgression in this thread.

3) If you keep your pledge you may reward yourself… with more time pledged!

4) For purposes of this thread, "masturbation" is defined as touching your genitals for purposes other than basic hygiene and expulsion of wastes.

For those of you who have entirely transcended physical sex but who use succubus and so on you can also make pledges here to control your sexual thoughts and try not to evoke or meet any entities to have sex with.

Remade the thread since the last one was very popular and hit the bump limit and many of you want use your generative powers for a higher purpose than mere wasted moments of hedonism.

Post any techniques for the transformation and proper use of sexual energy here also.

Personally I feel that stage one should be to completely stop with touching or physical stimulation of sexual energy and learning to take that desire and drive and focus it mentally into thoughtforms. If you are going to entertain lustful ideas at least don't be a silly mundane about it when you could be using thoughtforce to telekinetically get yourself off or something similar. Straight up fapping is for mundanes.

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 No.129377

>>129375

I'd definitely like updates about that, I've considered taking it myself, although I've found ways to manage without it so far, it could be a backup means.


 No.129379

Pledge for 2 weeks.


 No.129397

>>129375

>prolactin

Does that mean it could potentially help with balding? And also promote prostate cancer?


 No.129448

>>77412

>using thoughtforce to telekinetically get yourself off or something similar.

how do i do that?

(btw not fapped for a long time)


 No.129449

>>127327

>>127309

Technically it's still an ejaculation (sperm being generated and let loose), only that the sperm stops at the prostate gland, which you squeeze, and then gets reabsorbed… or something?

I am not a maestro so I am sure somebody could enlighten us.

On the other hand, you can orgasm without ejaculating. In my fapping days I did it too (2 faps for the price of one? count me in!) so I know it's possible. But it needs an almost supernatural degree of control. That's why we're here, right?

Love you all




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 No.128589[Reply]

I've been wondering if we can get a system of belief going to get an advantage in the reincarnation cycle. For those also interested in the prospect of a isekai like afterlife. I DO NOT CONDONE SUICIDE. More likely than not the karmic backlash would be a detriment to a favorable reincarnation.

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 No.128703

>>128693

You don't seem to have a brain. I wonder what kind of "right thing" you actually do and what "right" means in your worldview anyway.

>be comfortable as all hell and rich with plenty of waifus

It all seems so easy in your fantasy

>i will kill your whole family and community on my turn

Even tho you don't have a brain?


 No.128830

>>128703

Like you ever elaborate further than flinging shit and calling yourself a god


 No.128831

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>>128690

It's funny that you can't mention smiley but he's allowed to shill his belief in every thread outside of his own.


 No.129434

>>128690

You sound like a glowing nigger.


 No.129438

>>129434

meant this >>128831




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 No.127191[Reply]

Pythagoras was the first philosopher. The term means "one who is trying to find out".

Prior to him, there were only sages. A sage is "one who knows".

The sage attains his knowledge directly. Direct knowledge is called "gnosis", which is achieved through direct mental contact with the thing itself.

The philosopher uses reason, symbolism, geometry, systems, etc. to explain the world and to convey knowledge to himself and to others. He conceptualizes, rationalizes, and understands. He is able to convince and to think clearly.

The sage however can only point the way concerning his kind of knowledge. He can say "find out for yourself" or "do this thing and you too will know as well". That is the limit of what he can share with others. You could describe the properties of red light to someone in various terms that will make sense of them but the direct experience of actually perceiving red light is another matter.

A philosopher can predict future events. A sage can know them. The philosopher can explain how he forms his predictions and what models he uses and what facts he takes into account. The sage simply dares to look into the future of a man and tell him what he is going to do.

Most of what I have done over the years is to philosophize. To understand, formalize, conceptualize, and clarify the mechanics of magick. I have focused on matters such as the nature of the self, the will, causality (superdeterminism), and so much more. All the time seeking to prove, rationalize, and explain.

This is all well and good. Philosophy is necessary to a certain stage of life and nothing to be scorned then. It becomes something to be grown out of however, after having attained clarity through that route, and having seen its end. Then to continue on in the path of philosophy is to stifle the path of gnosis.

This distinction has become abundantly clear to me. I have at my disposal nothing short of omniscience. I can make contact with thatPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.128075

>>128026

The fuck does "I don't exist" even mean? How am I to take such a statement seriously? I've seen it coming up a few times, mostly in connection with oriental philosophy, and it makes no sense to me. It just makes "non-existence" into a something.


 No.128076

>>128029

I am greatly intrigued as to the identity of this final boss of philosophy in Canada but not sure if I'd be breaking rule 5 in asking. Is he an author of any books?

>>128031

What is the full meaning of this and how would I prove it to myself?


 No.128119

>>128075

When you watch a movie does it exist? When you play a video game does the character exist? What if you are just a fictional character in the mind of God?

>>128076

>I am greatly intrigued as to the identity

why? stop being a special snowflake.

>What is the full meaning of this and how would I prove it to myself?

There are an infinite amount of ways to prove it. If you weren't a brainlet you would understand the context of the last thing I said regarding only this one all encompassing phenomena. Decartes said I think therefore I am, but that's wrong because it's more like I can see therefore something exists, and perhaps this something that exists may be the only thing that exists. Meaning all separation from from from this single thing is an illusion. All separation is an illusion. You are simply an isolated perceiver (And a decision maker, debatably) but this isolation from the rest of existence is an illusion.

Since there's so many ways to explain it, you can pick your poison and let it prove itself any way you want it to. Perhaps I'll relate it to the thread then. Try to keep it on topic.

>The philosopher uses reason, symbolism, geometry, systems, etc. to explain the world and to convey knowledge to himself and to others. He conceptualizes, rationalizes, and understands. He is able to convince and to think clearly.

>The sage however can only point the way concerning his kind of knowledge. He can say "find out for yourself" or "do this thing and you too will know as well". That is the limit of what he can share with others. You could describe the properties of red light to someone in various terms that will make sense of them but the direct experience of actually perceiving red light is another matter.

The philosopher uses perception of the illusion of separation to deduce the mechanics of this illusion, while the sage knows the Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.128120

>>128119

>but this isolation from the rest of existence is an illusion.

This is the Lucifer experiment btw. Enjoy.


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The philosopher try's to figure things out on his own and the sage accepts knowledge from authoritative sources. The wise learn more from the dumb than the dumb do from the wise.

>>I need to stop this tendency. I must be satisfied simply to know and to give no explanation. The sages never explained why they knew the things they did, they simply knew, and they were the most exalted of men, far greater than philosophers.

The leaders of society, despite all their materialistic plans, are misleaders, for they have no plan to revive our lost relationship with the Lord.

-Srila Prabhupada




 No.125952[Reply]

Do not start threads just to ask a question; post your questions in a pre-existing thread instead. Previous thread: http://archive.is/YJwxZ FAQ: https://8ch.net/fringe/faq.html Mewch: https://mewch.net/fringe Fringebay: http://fringebay.com/fringe

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 No.129419

>>129405

Stop masturbating, bing-eating and/or playing videogames all day.


 No.129427

>>129408

You're on A right path. There is no THE, not here.

Numerology itself can be a bit of a rabbit hole when taken alone, my suggestion is to keep your eyes peeled for others interested in the same patterns as you so you have someone to share the journey with.

From experience: Don't point out changes to people's physical appearance until you're comfortable with them remaining stable. Once attention is drawn to something it tends to "lock in", as does its history. Things like piercings, tattoos and hair styles are all very malleable and subject to change during a single conversation. Just roll with it and don't freak out too much.


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 No.129436

>>129275

If you've done any astral projection you would know this is false.


 No.129440

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Is practicing better just reading a bunch of books?

Also does anybody have the background you used to use here in 2015?




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 No.129136[Reply]

If one can debunk Epicureans then they can win all philosophy/theology/religion fights on the internet thereafter.

There's only two major schools of thought, Platonism and Epicureanism. Anything else is just confusion.

The fedora menace is essentially an Epicurean. The man of religion and wizardry is Platonic.

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 No.129272

>>129148

>Prabhupāda: No, this is the process of knowing God. They are partially helpful to know God as He is, but when he actually comes to know God, he sees that "He is the great and I am the small." So the business of the small is to serve the great. That is nature's way. We practically see in our daily life, because you are small you are going to serve a big factory. Otherwise you have no other way. So everyone is serving, but when he realizes that "I am serving. I am not the master," that is the position actually. Ask anybody in this world whether he is master or serving, the conclusion will be that he is serving. His natural position is to serve. So if one hasn't got a family to serve, he keeps a dozen of dog to serve. That is going on, and especially in the Western countries we see that at the old age, when he has no children, so he keeps a dog or two or three pets to serve. So the serving position is already there, and when the servant wants to become master, that is māyā. Because this word māyā means actually he is serving and he is thinking that he is master. That is māyā. Māyā means what is not fact. So by meditation, when he actually becomes a realized soul, he will understand that "Oh, I am servant. So why I am serving māyā? Let me serve Kṛṣṇa." That is perfection. So if his guide, spiritual master, engages him from the very beginning to serve God, then he becomes quickly perfect, because he is servant and he has to serve Kṛṣṇa. That is his perfection. He is falsely thinking that he is master. That is māyā. Here also they are simply serving. Just like President Nixon. He thought himself, "I am the master of America." But actually he is not. The master is the public. As soon as the public wanted "You come down immediately," he had to do that. So if the president of big state, he is under the false impression that although he is serving he is thinking master, then what to speak of others? Everyone is serving, but he is thinking master. So perfect knowledge is there that when he comes to the platform that "God is the supreme master, He is great, and we are servant." That is perfection of life.

Hmmmst. & what if we're not doing that?


 No.129273

>>129150

Philosopher king.


 No.129274

Finished reading all that stuff. It mostly talked about Plato not Epicureans.


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>>129274

>>129136

Op claims that :

>>If one can debunk Epicureans then they can win all philosophy/theology/religion fights on the internet thereafter.

And that :

>>There's only two major schools of thought, Platonism and Epicureanism. Anything else is just confusion.

I'm not very knowledgeable about Epicureans beyond the 1st video that comes up when searching for Epicurus on youtube. But I figured id post stuff about Platonism to contribute to the thread.


 No.129433

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Srila Prabhupada, lecture on Srimad-Bhagavatam – Melbourne, May 19, 1975: Formerly, up to five thousand years ago, the whole world was being controlled and ruled over by kings whose capital was Hastināpura, New Delhi. There was only one flag, only one ruler, one scripture, Vedic scripture, and the Aryans, Arya, they were the civilized persons. You Europeans, Americans, you are also Aryans. Indo-European stock. Mahārāja Yayāti, grandson of Mahārāja Parīkṣit, he gave to his two sons the portion of eastern Europe, Greek and Roman. That is the history, Mahābhārata. Mahābhārata means great India. So there was no different religion. One religion, Vedic religion. Vedic religion means to accept the Supreme Personality of Godhead as the Supreme Person Absolute Truth. This is Vedic religion. Those who have read Bhagavad-gītā, it is said there in the Fifteenth Chapter, vedaiś ca sarvair aham eva vedyam (BG 15.15). Vedic knowledge means to understand God. This is Vedic religion.

Srila Prabhupada, Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.12.24, Purport: Yayāti: the great emperor of the world and the original forefather of all great nations of the world who belong to the Āryan and Indo-European stock. He is the son of Mahārāja Nabuṣa, and he became the emperor of the world due to his elder brother's becoming a great and liberated saintly mystic. He ruled over the world for several thousands of years and performed many sacrifices and pious activities recorded in history, although his early youth was very lustful and full of romantic stories. He fell in love with Devayānī, the most beloved daughter of Śukrācārya. Devayānī wished to marry him, but at first he refused to accept her because of her being a daughter of a brāhmaṇa. According to śāstras, a brāhmaṇa could marry the daughter of a kṣatriya but a kṣatriya could not marry the daughter of a brāhmaṇa. They were very much cautious about varṇa-saṅkara population in the world. Śukrācārya amended this law of forbidden marriage and induced Emperor Yayāti to accept Devayānī. Devayānī had a girl friend named Śarmiṣṭhā, who also fell in love with the emperor and thus went with her friend Devayānī. Śukrācārya forbade Emperor Yayāti to call Śarmiṣṭhā into his bedroom, but Yayāti could not strictly follow his instruction. He secretly married Śarmiṣṭhā also and begot sons by her. When this was known by Devayānī, she went to her father and lodged a complaint. YPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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 No.129121[Reply]

So what's the scoop on the thesis that Ayys are demons?

1) Crowley's Lam looks like a grayy

2) theorists like jaques valee say there's parallels between the abduction phenomenon and medieval accounts of demon possession/harassment

3) people have reported encountering decidedly evil entities like reptilians

4) the crafts appear non-three dimensional and change shape, colour, speed, etc. in a way that seems like they're spiritual energies instead of physical crafts

5) people have reported abductions stopping after calling out Jesus' name

That's just off the top of my head. What say you?

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 No.129406

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>>129396

>could lead to disease

Last time I had blood work done, my white blood cell count was elevated. They tested me and I'm not sick, no infections, no disease. They can't explain why.

>Get some communication going.

That's why I'm here. She gets shy if I try to talk to her. The sex was to make me happy, but it doesn't seem interested in anything more than sex. Sounds crazy, huh?

>git gud at magic

I plan to, but not sure what to study regarding my succubus friend.

>>129399

I'm no wizard, but a lonely man who got desperate. I studied as much woo as I could regarding the summoning process. What I came to learn was that it was more about the intent than the ritual itself. You can't just say "Hocus pocus send me a sexy demon." You have to really desire it and you have to believe that they will listen. I've been religious in the past, so I'm familiar with praying. I started by writing and burning letters to Lilith and asking her to send me one of her daughters. This is what you normally see when you read up on the summoning process. What eventually worked for me was praying to Naamah, continuing to write the letters coated in seed sacrifice while fantasizing about what I wanted physically with my demonic woman and burning them before sleep. The desire, the loneliness, the intent, and the belief was all there. Namaah answered me. That's when the nightmares started. Ghosts, demons, monsters, supernatural stuff that I never had dreamed about in the past. Anon >>129400 describes it accurately when he said that my succubus bullied off all the other demons or spirits around me, or in me, that I wasn't even aware of till she showed up and cleaned house.

In my first post, I say he/she/it because at first, it was just an astral being of sorts in my dreams. OncPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.129413

>>129406

>funny by playing a joke

This is what I meant when I said it can lead to disease and death. Spirits are the closest thing to the word "alien" one can get. Not only are they not human, but their very conceptualization of reality is completely different from ours. I don't know if this is your case, but what I mean by this is that you got it to understand what you want from it, and you're having an energy exchange with it. But still, it's not human. It's not even animal. Its frame of reference is nothing like ours and you shouldn't assume you view the situation the same way.

Think of how a cat can be purring on your lap, sharing a loving moment with you, and the next second it looks up and bites you, leaving you perplexed and bleeding, wondering what the hell you did to provoke the attack.

Well, spirits can be like having a pet tiger. There are many different "species" and types of entities out there. Some are more human, some are more alien. Some will give us complex information and take part in human politics, while others will disembowel you on sight as an innocent way to say hello, or sate their curiosity. That's why I said to establish communication and leave nothing to misunderstandings.

Please keep reporting. This is valuable research data.


 No.129422

>>129406

Nightmares and spooky harassment via visions is a usual sign of initiation. So congrats, you’re a wizard now Harry.

If you have doubts you should work with Naamah.


 No.129431

>>129400

What you say about succubi being bullies is true. They wont stand for anything else in the area unless they work for them.

>>129406

And yes they are also very jelous. What you have to understand is that they are predators/carnivores and you are their prey. I dont mean to sound negative about it but that is the way they work. Another woman is percieved as a threat simce they might take your seed, or in their eyes their food.

And to them you are there property. Which is another reason they don't tolerate anything else in the area, particularly things that might harm you. They want you in top condition.

I have some experience with succubi, but my main form of communication was through a channeler of sorts.


 No.129458

>>129395

There is a "questions thread" for things that don't deserve their own thread, why the fuck did you post your question in a thread that was not relevant? ffs




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 No.115443[Reply]

I want to keep this short and simple.

I have recently grasped the fundamentals of astrology. Now i am providing you with the opportunity to have your chart read for FREE (note that i am not a professional astrologer but i know shit). Wanted to get more experience reading birth charts, so it's a win-win for both of us. You can either post the chart in the thread or you can send it over at 1062@tutanota.com. The chart has to be western tropical, you can get one here: astro.com

If you want to get into astrology, i recommend reading "The Only Way to Learn Astrology: Basic Principles, Vol 1" to get into the basics. There is also a 2nd and a 3rd volume, which i was unable to find. I've found plenty of youtube channels which provide some useful info too.

This thread will also be dedicated to any stuff concerning astrology, tips, books, different systems etc.

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 No.129409

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Any light workers, good vibers, or magicians, please assist. I am at a time in my growth where some wisdom or advice would be appreicate.

Namaste and thank you prematurely.


 No.129424

>>129409

Not an expert, but according to your chart, growth is to be found by balancing different philosophies, experiences and/or religions.

You have a tendency to attract or to be surrounded by aggressive energy/people that stand in your way of achieving security.

Your mind will never quench it's thirst for wisdom, and will always seek more knowledge and experience. It may be hard for you to understand the essence, since you are used to gather ideas without spending enough time dissecting and understanding them. Watch out not to overload yourself with a lot of information, and don't get stuck on the trivialities.

You are also a loner, and have a need for solitude. Others are unaware of your emotional needs.

You see your life as journey to create something that is eternal, permanent and worthwhile, most likely something related to the advancement of humanity,you are also focused, or try to be in the pursuit of your goals. Never short on originality or creativity.

Your soul is emotional and compassionate. "Separating the wheat from the chaff" is probably not your thing, since you do not desire separation or differentiation, but sympathy and unity.

You might have a hard time externalizing love or you may express it quite differently or unusually. You are attracted to heroism and boldness.

A great intuition, a sixth sense which is used to process sensations and information, and for the most part, you are better at using it instead of logic or intellect. Nevertheless, you should definitely try to be more empirical and factual if you don't want to get stuck in your own delusions.

If you are interested about anything in particular, just ask.


 No.129425

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 No.129426

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>>129424

Thank you, friend. All your observations ring truly to my Soul!

Do you have advice on handling aggressive/low frequency people? I've been dealing with this at work more and more in the last few months.

PS. My totem is the weasel.


 No.129430

>>129426

Your issue stems from your mars-ascendant opposition, which is bad enough, but it's also debilitated in cancer.

To keep it on point, simple and short, any planets opposite of the ascendant, are basically the jungian shadow you have to inevitably deal with. It never goes away. It will be a reoccurring pattern in your life as long as you don't decide to do something about it.

I have a hunch you feel guilty about being assertive and entering into conflicts. Yes, you are compassionate, but that does not mean you are destined to be an energy dump to random mundanes. It's not helping you, and it's not helping them. If you actually want to be of help to them, which i know you do, realise that they have to deal with their own energy, and there's nothing wrong about sending it back to them. It's their lesson to learn, and you suffering in their place is inevitably hindering them and just prolonging their, and your growth.

With that said, i'd encourage you to look in conflict management and to stop being passive aggressive and stop burying your anger under the rug.

Best of luck, fren.




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 No.129086[Reply]

Apocalypticon

A reflection of apocalyptic

Resounding in something

if there is

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 No.129163

The World never really ends. It ends in some timelines.

That was kind of a dick post previously, so here is a sigil for gaining occult knowledge. It isn't user friendly. Good luck.


 No.129164

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 No.129165

For arugment's sake, everything you see on the internet is a sigil. Every image, every word is plugging directly into your subconscious mind, directing your internal dialogue in subtle ways.

The meme is effective in that it reflects a recognizable truth to the subconscious. The subconscious recognizes the truth even when the conscious mind has trouble with cognitive dissonance. This is why npc's are npc's. They are disconnected at such a high or deep level that they are unable to acknowledge deeper truths, instead operating solely off of superficial programming.

Religion is full of meme's that activate deeper truths within a person. Unfortunately nearly all of these memes have been weaponized against humanity.

A machine mind seeks to reduce human beings to automatons.


 No.129403

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>>129165

>>129164

>>129163

>>129162

>4 posts for 1 prod

>implying I didn't know what you're talking about or study chaos theory

thanks for illuminating the spirits that work the back of your head my dude

>and the loosh


 No.129423

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>>129403

I don't actually post for loosh. This is just a high visibility location for putting up art work. Less hassle than spray painting overpasses.

I make rambling, flow of consciousness posts using rhetoric I've picked up from various sources, but it's all just a cover for putting pictures on the interwebs.

Non of my work is magical in nature.

Trust is a hallmark of this board.




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 No.117440[Reply]

What does it mean?

(Rule 2)
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 No.128353

Dude, numbers doesnt mean anything. Those are something that the human made up to register things: how many people is here, how many stones do I have, etc.

666 means nothing. Thing of other numeric system that isnt decimal, then 666 would be something completely different (in hexadecimal, 666 is 2 9 10 [29A]). Then it wouldnt happen so often, other number would take this place and be the new 666.

Even some new found documents say that the number of the beast from the old testament could be 616… (if 616 is decimal, it means 1558. if it was a year, it was pretty boring, only the elizabethan era began and some spanish conquered some places in south america)


 No.128364

>>128353

If 666 means nothing then why is all life that we know based on carbon, an atom that has 6 protons 6 neutrons and 6 electrons?


 No.128954

>>117705

Something Similiar happened to me anon.

Especially the thunder sound resonates with me.

One night i was outside praying aloud and everytime I said "God" this voice from a cedar tree in my yard said "RA!" Then the voice of donnie darko started talking to me and said autist au ti st Golden Targeted Individual Saint

Then I checked myself into the Psych Ward

So VOG, ZOG, or RA?

Is RA EL?

IS RA the EL or 1 of 72?


 No.128957

>>118637

The first thing the Watchers did in Enoch is cut down all the trees.

Also meat comes from trees in Le Bib


 No.129411

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ΤΟ ΜΕΓΑ ΘΗΡΙΟΝ DCLXVI 666

THE GREAT BEAST TO HIS SON 777

With my Hawk's head I gouge out the very eyes of Jesus as he hangs upon the cross.

Let Mary inviolate be turned upon wheels.

directed by aiwass in Cairo, Egypt 1904

See Liber 440 and the A. A.




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 No.84825[Reply]

How familiar is /fringe/ with the works and occult philosophies of the philosopher Julius Evola?

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 No.129344

>>129341

Or just learn the language? What is it, Italian? Shouldn't take more than two years to master


 No.129345

https://my.mixtape.moe/jovyzi.epub

Uploaded it here

It's under 5mb


 No.129358

Any thoughts on the book so far? The essay Subterranean Logic is pretty good.


 No.129393

>>118728

>>118734

What are Guenon's best books, or which of his works should I read first? I've been making my way through Evola's oeuvre, and have finished reading much of his writings translated and published into English; I'd like to study more of Traditionalist esotericism, and Guenon seems to me the most logical philosopher to read next. Any other recommendations for esoteric philosophers of this school of thought and illuminating insight would also be appreciated. Also, are there any modern esoteric authors of Evola's caliber?


 No.129402

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>>129393

Introduction to the Study of the Hindu Doctrines

Man and His Becoming According to the Vedanta

Symbolism of the Cross

The Reign of Quantity and the Signs of the Times

Symbols of Sacred Science

The Multiple States of the Being

These 6 books are considered to be the core of Guenon's metaphysics, but other books that are interesting of themselves are The Great Traid, The Esoterism of Dante, Metaphysical Principles of the Infinitisemal Calculus,Insights into Islamic Esoterism and Taoism, and his two books on initiation. Spiritual Authority and Temporal Power is necessary if you want understand how Guenon and Evola's thoughts differ.

>Any other recommendations for esoteric philosophers of this school of thought and illuminating insight would also be appreciated.

You mean other Traditionalists? Well, that depends on what you're interested in.

>Ananda Coomaraswamy

Wrote extensively on Hinduism, Buddhism, and art

>Frithjof Schuon

Considered to be the torchbearer of the Spohia Perennis after Guenon's passing. Though some anons criticize him for his syncretism. I haven't read any of his work, so I can't say for sure one way or the other.

>Titus Burkhardt

Wrote a lot on Islamic esoterism and art. He also wrote a book on alchemy which is pretty good.

>Jean Borella

His main focus was on Christianity.

>Marco Pallis

Has a few works on Buddhism. Also compiled an encyclopedia of comparative religion after decades of research which is pretty good.

>Martin Lings

Sufism

Other authors who aren't Traditionalists in name, but very greatly influenced by them

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