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Have you ever thought 'wow, this board is great, but it really needs a library'? No? Well, I give you a library anyway.


Alternative link for those who don't like Mega: https://ln.sync.com/dl/008a72c00/xrmmr3qf-q5ujhjpi-dm7bw7d5-4cye5ins

The library is currently divided into 7 sections: Fiction, History, Monsters, Occultism and Psychic Phenomena, Paranormal, Religion and Mythology, UFOs; for a total of about 1,5 GB. Some of these books are quite obscure and difficult to find, in some cases they can't be found anywhere else on the net.

This collection is far from being complete, but I think it's a good start for now. I'll keep adding any interesting books I can think of, and if you have any suggestions, please post them in this thread.

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Looks good so far. A library that's actually more /x/ than /fringe/ for once with monsters and UFOs. Have you ever read The Real Men in Black by Nick Redfern? I haven't. Do you have any MiB books?



>Have you ever read The Real Men in Black by Nick Redfern? I haven't. Do you have any MiB books?

To be honest I haven't read any books by Redfern. I read some of his articles on Phantoms and Monsters and Mysterious Universe. He writes like a journalist: his style is clear and a little dry, but lacks elegance and depth, and I suspect that his books are basically 300-page long articles. He also gives me the impression of being an author who can write decently well about a wide variety of topics, but not very well about any particular subject. He's good at researching and putting facts together, however when it comes to drawing conclusions, he's disappointing. For example, he claims that the bodies found at Roswell were those of Japanese midgets with mental and physical disabilities. It's the kind of strange idea that would be okay for a blog post or a thread on /x/, but he actually takes it seriously and has written a book about it.

I've read about the MiB in John Keel's The Mothman Prophecies (which is in the library, by the way), but he writes about them from a paranormal/fortean perspective rather than the standard ufological/conspiratorial one. I don't have any books specifically about them, but that will probably change in the future.


Well, I just was face scanned by a green lighted flying probe, in another dimension. It cut at least two freaking huge holes into the house walls where it came in and exited, and one freaking whole in the bedsheet I covered my head with. Since I was there at that time, the me of the other dimension will probably have no Idea what had happend there.

I wonder what it soon will be in this dimension?



Sir, are you okay? Sir?


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2.1 GB





Oh, so it's ALL listed under fiction. okay…


Thank you very much for the knowledge


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I personally don't insult other people's religions, christposter, but I am rather sick of you shitting on this board. I think you are wasting your time trying to convert people here.

on that note, any knowledge is good knowledge, however, I will not be downloading your library.



Nobody is going to download 2 GB of Christian books without even knowing what they are. I suggest that you create a folder on Mega so people can browse it and only download the books which interest them.


Can you upload to anywhere else but mega? Mega fucking sucks.



I could upload them to Google Drive. Would that be okay?



Actually, that'd be pretty cool if you would!



Sorry, but I gave up on that idea for privacy reasons (Google links your Drive account to all your other accounts and makes your email visible to anyone). Instead, I've uploaded the library to Sync.com. You can find the link in the first post.


Any chance of the Necronomicon? The one with an introduction linking Lovecraft to Crowley, the Beatles and more? I used to have a printed copy, and then one day misplaced it (lent it, lost it) and have never found that exact version. Had crystal clear steps on summoning, preparation and ritual, reliefs to use… Was a brilliant book. If you could find it, would be amazing. Thanks, too, for the sync link!


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Sorry for the late reply, I've been busy. This book doesn't mention the Beatles, but otherwise it seems to match your description. Let me know if it's the right one.



That's pretty close for memory, if not very close. Thanks for going through the trouble to find it, appreciate it!



No problem. If it's very close to the one you remember, perhaps it might be the same book but a different edition. Are you interested in it because you're a big fan of Lovecraft or are you studying Sumerian magick?



I wouldn't say that I study Sumarian, nor would I say that I'm a fan of Lovecraft - but there's something to be said of the "link" that exists between the two - that I find fascinating, as well as the "link" to the earliest of peoples on Earth. It all (as far as I can understand) began in Sumer, all civilisation, in that nestled valley in the middle east. From that cradle, spread the pantheon of Gods that are worshipped now and no longer; and I think this book (fiction or fact) has at least a "link" however tenuous, to that earliest of time. I'm not sure if that helps you at all, but I do appreciate you finding it for me.

How about yourself? Why do you come to /x? What do you find yourself drawn to?



If you want to go back to 'where it all started', I suggest that you do some research on Atlantis. Civilisation already existed long before the Sumerians, but it was destroyed by a global catastrophe (the flood that so many religions talk about) around 11,600 years ago. The Sumerians were probably the Adamites that the Bible talks about, or at least their elites were (contrary to what most people think, 'Adam' was a special race created by the gods a few thousands years ago, not the first man).

Read 'Atlantis, the Antediluvian World', it's the book that more than any other has contributed to Atlantis's popularity in modern times. You can find it in /x/'s library, in the History section. Another excellent and highly recommended resource is atlantisquest.com, which nowadays is only available thanks to Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20170120194107/http://atlantisquest.com/

>How about yourself? Why do you come to /x? What do you find yourself drawn to?

I've always been fascinated by the strange and mysterious, so /x/ has always been my natural home first on 4chan and then here. My interests have been evolving as I grow older. When I was a kid I was quite sceptical and my research focused mainly on cryptozoology, which provided a rational, scientific approach to the study of mysterious creatures; but over time I started to see the limits of that kind of approach.

There were some topics that my favourite researchers wouldn't touch for fear of being ridiculed, like werewolves, and there was evidence that they dismissed simply because it didn't fit into their theories, like the connection between Bigfoot and UFOs. They were so worried about being accepted by the mainstream scientific community that their research suffered from excessive scepticism. I realised that if you want to know the truth, you have to let go of your expectations about reality, which led me to explore the wider world of the paranormal, conspiracy theories, alternative history, etc.

A lot of these topics are inter-connected, so you can't really study the occult without also studying UFOs, which in turn forces you to learn about things like the hollow earth theory and the ancient aliens theory. How far a person goes is only determined by his curiosity and how open-minded he is.


Disappointed by the files in the occult folder. Plenty of work by Crowley, LaVey and friends at various lodges that could've been included.

Things that touch on the use of symbols & sounds to construct atmospheres to put people in hypnotic states so they're more susceptible to influence…



Thanks for the constructive criticism. Like I said, it's a work in progress. If you have any specific books in mind, please list them here so I can add them.



How about "Secrets of an Immortal - An Eyewitness Account of 2,800 Years of History" ?


YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


The book doesn't seem to be available online, however I've found this 2-hour-long interview with the author of the book. And his blog: https://benabba.wordpress.com/tag/secrets-of-an-immortal/



Meh, he's probably a fraud anyway.



Yeah, I agree. He claims the man he met is one of the prophets of the bible, but none of them lived that long. Methuselah 'only' lived 969 years if I remember correctly. It's sad because I actually believe that there are immortal people living on earth today, but I seriously doubt this guy found any of them.



Here's an occult mega curated by The Ape of Thoth from 4chan's /x/:


It's ridiculously large, however. Might be hard to look through.



I tend to agree. For the life of my I can't remember the podcast/radio program that talked about immortals that are out there in the world that have lived for thousands of years. I believe it was a show talking about Edgar Cayce and someone asking him if there were actual immortals out in the world, and he replied with "yes." Fascinating stuff.



The gods who live underground are supposed to live tens of thousands of years according to ancient Egyptian and Sumerian records. Then there are the alchemists who might have discovered a way to extend the human lifespan indefinitely. The Count of Saint Germain had a reputation for knowing the secret of immortality.




Are there any collections that are less J. K. Rowling and more Chris Carter? Missing 411, Cryptozoology A to Z, and The Doors of Perception are all I'm seeing here that suits.


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I just read that dogs are genetically closer to humans than they are to wolves. While cats are even closer to humans than they are to dogs. I doubt anyone has any books about this, but I ask in peace.



>I just read that dogs are genetically closer to humans than they are to wolves.

I'm no scientist, but that sounds like bullshit to me. Can I ask where did you read that?




teh tavistock run de aliens?

british killing whites in europe under guise of muslimterror or negative aliens?

or did some scumbag pakistani raised to boss-level in tavistock?



How about yourself? Why do you come to /x? What do you find yourself drawn to?

I want my freedom back

No scopolamine alien abductions……

(only mentioned on /x for now)

The life is a bitch

Why are you here? Crafting is "nice" if your life is "nice" in all possible ways.

Have you read any real books lately or just fantasy?


Is this all ripped from the 4cuck /x/ library that was taken down?



No. I haven't been to 4/x/ since 2014, didn't even know they had a library. I'm going to add some more books soon, by the way. Have been very busy lately.


many people keep posting .pdf files but those have security risks because they can have virus's or other attacks waiting inside. can we please start posting links to .txt files and plain text format?



Pdf files have security risks, but it's hard to estimate how serious those risks are and most people prefer pdfs over plain text. I suppose I could convert the /x/ library to txt files and give users the option to choose which file types they want to download. Is there a tool to convert lots of files from pdf to txt?


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Sorry - some might be duplicated. Theres some esoteric/occult stuff in there, but its from pol so………………………

https://mega.nz/#F!B4dB2SzQ!h_pMC30v2a_y31iD0dy0sg (/pol/ stuff I)

https://mega.nz/#F!0F5GXTjS!oGdz8UP5JbcleNMy6YKLvg (/pol/ stuff II)

https://mega.nz/#F!cZoSEbpC!kdnYuLw3hvYSus9uZl6PRQ!QNAixJZL (/pol/ stuff III)

https://mega.nz/#F!4MJE0L6Q!teKAfBlT2m3Ija-Tun-EFw (/pol/ stuff IV)

https://mega.nz/#F!pYRnSJaC!HrC3Siqyioo9PjdGMNWs3Q (/pol/ stuff V)

https://mega.nz/#F!LotEVRxT!YE-YrG6SZ54nJqltrYN8Nw (/pol/ stuff VI)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!scMFjYZY!MKTKFWGVVuA7kV4OMHgkcg (/pol/ stuff VII)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!fo0TDC4a!Ck2n3wuqWutm3FyLtxZB8A (/pol/ related)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!UdxSVLJB!bgBwqzuFIV3z0HvCswA0dQ (/pol/ related)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!eMs1HDRD!LJcwVTJXhhx1a5bUu2l0dg (/pol/ related)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!6sgETKCa!vGFF5iTfCR6lH3ZLXaQorQ (TGSNT, William Pierce, Icelandic Sagas)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!zQtglTAY!JZ8y7bZpqPz6od5WmtLfIg (Third Reich films)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!MQ8ziQKK!rzb0LRaZoyL6te1tguBNnA!RBs1mRhC (Third Reich recordings)

https://mega.nz/#F!fIchVA7Y!owKwAgGKq9pgXrbVOnkeag!7dEXGAAI (Asatru / Paganism)

http://pastebin.com/v6qsewmw (/sum/ info)

https://mega.nz/#F!AE5yjIqB!y7Vdxdb5pbNsi2O3zyq9KQ!8VxzyY7Y (Occult literature I)

https://mega.nz/#F!RktiXZBS!W_ZvtntvNvWxvsSYZCG_vg (Occult literature II)

https://mega.nz/#F!6kJzEIJb!aVVgmWAM-aP_bU_8Co43FA (Occult literature III)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!K8wTjbiZ!mWFZsQRr2SZYC1AsoE6Shw (Occult books, big file size)

https://mega.nz/#F!sU90kbAR!pXKWaWnZcY8eTIA2wUSDBA (Full Sinister Tarot)

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BwLJ8mj-ZuoGc0NKUEtoLTBmQXc ("Mesmer's Lair", hypnosis etc.)

https://mega.co.nz/#F!m00SjRRA!R_I9wzUTEhSN6spP35TyZg (Psychopolitics)

https://mega.nz/#F!1R0QATqZ!Eb1_M5KC9gkxK6w32R2ETw (/biz/ related)

https://www.mediafire.com/?i44dwzkf9j9n8 (art)

https://mega.nz/#F!MQBRHBJA!L_on3h-XUrtbc719UaMygw (philosophy)


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I think your files are corrupted anon. Whenever I try to extract them I can't access the folder and have to delete it through the command prompt. I've downloaded them twice.



That's weird. Does it happen with both sites (mega and sync)? Can you download files from other repositories without problem?



I haven't tried sync. I'll give it a try and report back if there's problems.



Also I seem to be able to access the files if I don't extract them (although I haven't tried them all) but if I try to extract them that's when problems occur.



Tried the other link. Can confirm that it's just the files in your mega link which are corrupted.



Thanks. So I suppose mega corrupted them? Is it the first time you encounter this problem with files downloaded from mega? What happens when you try to access the folder or to delete it?



I've never had any problems with mega. I don't remember the exact error message (and I won't attempt to recreate it because in order to delete the file I have to do it through the command prompt and it's a big pain in the ass) but I'm unable to access the folder when I extract it and I'm unable to delete it through normal means. I can almost guarantee you that something is corrupted in your mega link.


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I was looking for a consolidation of John Titor's posts earlier. The Time Travel Institute thread is still available online, but Art Bell is long gone and the only remaining source I could find was just a site with copypasted plaintext which was painful to read.

Since that site won't be around forever either I decided to copy the posts down and do some barebone formatting while I'm at it. Posting just in case anyone's interested.



I would love to get my hands on that. Out of all the /x/ shit I've read in my life, John Titor is the urban legend I most believe. I'd like to get a solid copy of the original threads in a readable format.



Why do you believe john titor the most?



In the context of John Titor the "many worlds" theory seems "just so" but nevertheless he revealed things about the past no one in the public knew (the IBM proprietary programming language) as well as predicting with notable accuracy some aspects of the future.

Obviously we have no worldline meter to provide a gnat's-ass reading of world-lines and world-line divergence, but John Titor's posts provide enough proof imo to believe that he's more than a little bit credible.



If you're interested in underground bases, alien contact, conspiracies, and more, here is a library of 40+ ebooks for you, mostly EPUB.


Inside the zip file, read the 00files.html file for what book each file is.


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Anyone know where one might find PDF scans of Peter Kolosimo's old magazine PI KAPPA?


Or "Sons of the Sun" by Marcel Homet, a giant Aryan atlantean theorist?




Neither of these seem to exist online. Atlantipedia has an article on Homet however. http://atlantipedia.ie/samples/homet-marcel-f-n/

So he was a scientist who continued the work of Ignatius Donnelly, operating under the assumption that Atlantis stretched from Europe to the Americas and searching for evidence in the similarities between different cultures on both sides of the Atlantic. The title of his book is a reference to how the native amazonian tribes supposedly called the Atlanteans.

It's sad, he was probably a serious researcher but his book has received very little recognition. The last remaining physical copies date back to 1973, but at least they don't cost much.

There are actually two books, one is Les fils du soleil (Sons of the sun) and then there's another called À la poursuite des dieux solaires (In search of the sun gods), published 2 years after the first. I wonder if it's the same book but with different titles or if the second actually contains different content.


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The second is different content. Both are searchable but not readable on Google books.


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This is a photo from one of Marcel Homet's books of a "Nordic Aryan Skull" found in the Amazon. He seems to have also found remains of Giants during his fieldwork in the Americas.


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I have a reading list on Death and Rebirth if you're interested in that.



Hit me up, fam.


Smokin’ that kush in space >>34563


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I have a suggestion for a book. The book is like Dante's Divine Comedy but with subject being more broad. There are not only heavenly/hellish places the human souls can go after death, but many other places/planes of existance described there. On top of that, there are described basic principles of the universe, them being same ones you can feel yourself: 1) will affecting matter 2) there being good will and evil will.

The book has an ambitious goal of being one brick in a foundation for new societal order, brotherhood instead of armed states/state, such goal being achieved in a way of rapidly promoting morality in span of 5 generations. And that thing achieved by promotions of almost all existing religions unified by that theology the book provides, with monotheistic religions and pagan religions all fitting in.

And there are things in the book that are actually 300% /x/: how to interact with otherwordly deities, good and evil and neutral, among good ones the easiest being good spirits of nature, spirits of rivers, for example. It can be achieved in span of half a year and I think that I made contact with river spirits a few times, at least I felt wonderful. The harder ones to get in contact with but possible with work and effort being ascended people in heavenly places, almost impossible: demi-gods/gods of national pantheons and long-dead people ascended onto such levels of might. There are descriptions of various evil spirits and how to best avoid them. And mention of some conflicted/neutral entities but they are not of much importance, could be useful a bit or could be harmful a bit. A very substantial size of the book is about demons interested in human psyche, chief among them being demons of sadistic lust and demons of armed states. They are extremly harmful of course but could be made of temporal use by people thinking themselves too smart for their own good. There is also mentioned a way to get your soul separated from it's divine spirit and gifted to planetary demon, a thing that should be rather avoided lol.

the first half of the book that is translated to english: http://www.rodon.org/andreev/trotw.htm

whole book in russian, it autotranslates by browsers into english and deutsch rather well I suppose:




>rose of the world

This book was written by what is essentially Russia's Scientology. Read with caution, and look up "Ruslana Korshunova" and "roza mira cult" if you want to know more about the group behind this book.



thanks for warning, btw I know about that cult

it's some recent cult that's not more then 10 years old I think

the book was written 70 years ago, I have a copy published in year 1990, when this victim of a cult was 3 years old

they could use "rose of the world" or anything else as their cover, they actually use nothing out of it, I've went to their gathering once to check, they are standart destructive cult with scary hypnotic guy/guys trying to hook you up to suck your money

scientologists are actually better, I've went to their gatherings like 3 times, they have a technique but it isn't that harmful as those faggots in "roza mira cult"

I think that cult using that book's name is a coincidence or a false flag operation, there are other cults using books that are superficially similar, like Rerich's books or Blavatskaya's books



>I think that cult using that book's name is a coincidence or a false flag operation, there are other cults using books that are superficially similar, like Rerich's books or Blavatskaya's books

forgot to type the end of the sentence xD

I mean that those books that look similar (all-encompassing religion) are used by various sects as well, some very harmful and some not much


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>not being an autistic fuck



Thx bro It looks really interesting, where do you find these ?



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Does anyone have a pdf copy of Voices From The Cosmos by C.B. Scott Jones and Anjela Smith?

She talks about it in this video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5namkvKu_I&t=1839s

It would be really interesting to read her remote viewing transcripts of interviews with 18 different alien races



Sorry, I don't think that book has been uploaded yet. It's probably bullshit anyway. The UFO field is full of liars, disinformation agents and outright crazy/delusional people. I wouldn't trust most contactees, and I would trust a woman even less. For the record, I think remote viewing and telepathy are both real, I just don't believe she's using those abilities to interview the anunnaki.



You're very easily impressed if you bought into the Titor crap. Try this - a much more evidence-based time travel case:



this is important: http://mondoagram.com/5aVN



The Mothman Prophecies [John Keel].pdf should be in "Monsters", not in "Occultism and Psychic Phenomena".



It's a really hard to classify Mothman, to be honest. It's a monster, yes, but there are also psychic and paranormal elements to it. Some people would say it's a spirit, and talk about it in quasi-religious terms. Others would link it to UFOs. That's the problem with some of this stuff, we don't even really know what it is at the end of the day.



Does anyone have a copy of this library. Mb it's temporary but it's down and there was a lot of really good stuff in there. Help an entity out /x/.



Was there something specific inside of it you wanted?



Mostly the chaos magik, enochian and qabbalah section. A backup of the whole thing or parts atleast would be perfect.



I don't have those, I must've only saved a few things instead of the full library. If I didn't save them, then they're probably on another library.




Does anyone have True Giants by Loren Coleman?

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