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 No.1504[Reply]

In case it wasn't apparent, this is a board for at least somewhat serious discussion of paranormal and occult topics. It is not another /ot/. It is not a joke board. Let's not be 4chan guys. Lame attempts at trolling will be treated as derailment. Derailment will also be treated as derailment.

Don't be a douche, don't be the guy who chimes in with how there's no such thing as ghosts and magic and the board topic is bullshit (unless that debate is relevant in that thread), and please, enjoy yourselves and have a good conversation free of the constant shut-downs to actual paranormal discussion we see on every other /x/.


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 No.1457[Reply]

I've been having a morbid thought very often lately. How much is human life really worth and can it be quantified? Is one person worth more than another? If I could exchange certain living people for a dead one being brought back, I would. Every time I hear about a person I like dying or already being dead, I just can't but think, why them? One million Stephanie Meyers aren't worth as much as Ray Bradbury. Three million Kristen Stewarts aren't worth as much as Harold Ramis. One billion Keshas aren't worth as much as Ryu Umemoto. Is this callous of me, or is it normal? If you could exchange people like that, would you?
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 No.1480

>>1479
>they are philosophically unsound, therefore insignificant.
>I don't like your ideas, so i'm just going to pretend that they have zero validity and don't warrant discussion
If that's your idea of a response, I doubt you would have much to say about a, "philosophically sound", concept.

 No.1510

Why are we measuring it in the first place?

 No.1512

>>1510
Because people I like die while people I don't like don't.

 No.1515

With a soul exchange, you could bring people like Tesla and Newton back to change the world.

 No.1650

>>1512
That’s the burden of living



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 No.1649[Reply]

please show it to us


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 No.752[Reply]

On october 5, 2012 I tried to kill myself. I would collect and stashpile cocktails of drugs for this very moment. I took 250mg of hydrocodone, 1080mg of carisoprodol, 200mg Valium, 10mg Xanax, and that was enough to kill me. In case it wasn't, I had about twice that amount stashed anyway.

I ate them all and used takka to chase it. Then just put some iced tea into a cup, and was stipping iced tea by the computerside writing my note. It started kicking in and i dont think i even started writing. However, I DID try to lock my door, but the door is wierd so you have to lift it with about two tonnes of force to get the lock to click, and so i fucked that up.

About two hours later, i woke up in the ER die. All i remember was tunnel vision and a few things being passed around me. "We got him" "Should have left him dead [in clearly my stepdads voice] crying and i bent over to the doctor and muttered "naloxone"?

Now imagine a blink of a second.

I was now in my moms room, thirteen people surrounding me, my arms folded as I laid there, totally fucked up. They were all there to see if I was alive. Wbich I was. But Im so sure I died.
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 No.1303

Several times. Once from drug overdose and once when I was a child from an deadly illness where I laid unconscious in a fridge and my heartbeat was a straight line for a short time. I have no memory of it at all as I was too young but I heard many stories about how there was a great storm and when it stopped a rainbow appeared and everyone prayed and at that moment I healed from the brink of death, some would say this makes me a shaman in some cultures.

The one from drug overdose I remember vividly. August 2012. It began when I took too much 2c-t-7 and after intense psychedelic colorful patterns took over my field of vision delirium set in, imaginary flies everywhere around me. I believed I was dead already and a ghost. In the ER I battled imaginary demons and spoke in tongues repeating letters and digits, saw a demon with the head of a man, a cat, and a frog. Sounds began to echo loudly and darkness took over as I went through a tunnel seeing past lives and traumas all come together as one. I saw the other side, brighter than anything I have ever seen, beneath the sky a cat like being looking down at me with love. Suddenly I got pulled back in to my old body and found myself being injected with stuff. I recall wishing I had stayed there.

 No.1356

I haven't, but that page from Nemo (which is fantastic btw) reminds me of HP Lovecraft's Dreamquest to Unknown Kadath, which is a must-read for anyone into mystic stuff. It's honestly far better than his cthulu mythos, it's just not as memeable.

 No.1359

Not yet but I hope I die this month.

 No.1367

>>1359
'ya dead yet?

 No.1648

Aunt OD'd last summer. She was lifeless on the floor, until she got narcan up the nose and she was restored back to life.



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 No.339[Reply]

Can we have a creepy vids thread?
Bonus points if it's recent (<3 y/o) or hasn't been reposted ad nauseam.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBHkW0aKHRc
One of my favourites.
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 No.1531

>>1530
This looks like some student project.

 No.1564

I saw a video like couple of years ago where a russian guy sprayed graffitis on abandoned trains.Do any have that?

 No.1593

Something evil in his videos. You may be followed by misfortune if you indulge.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wo0decEybWo

 No.1647

>>345
They had a lot of cool flash movies. Unfortunately, japanese geocities died earlier this year and they couldn't move them over to neocities.

https://web.archive.org/web/20050505165537/http://urapiroura.hp.infoseek.co.jp/fla2.html



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 No.1437[Reply]

I knew about the photo for a while, thought i'd post it here because why not.

A random picture i took of a tree in front of a house, but after looking at it noticed a figure in the window. ( you can draw your own conclusion)

Basiclly creeped me out for a day or two then left it alone for a while.
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 No.1590

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The horse in question. Image didn't post properly the first time.

 No.1591

>>1589
Congrats, you're being haunted by the rape horse

 No.1625

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Roy would like to know its location (bronnen).

 No.1626

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you were probably looking at his waifu t-shirt

 No.1646

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>>1437
Which your back.
PS Do you that guy?
By the way why are you there anyways.



good luck



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 No.1523[Reply]

This is literally my first time on this board. I came here because I've been doing some pretty in-depth research into what might be a secret occult society. But I know that if I saw some really obvious clue I wouldn't see it. Does anyone have large images of research on secret societies, satanism, magic, or other spiritual related things, please drop them, Thanks. image is an example
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 No.1561

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Please keep religious debates primarily in the realm of analysis. In the first place, religion is off-topic here except in some narrow contexts, such as religious mysticism practices. Back on track please, reply to the opening post.

Also less shitposting, this is not /ot/.

 No.1562

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Not exactly cultism or spirituality, but it's a theory about a secret society. I'm sure most of you have seen this one.
http://www.strangeconspiracies.com/2011/04/final-fantasy-7-illuminati-manifesto.html

 No.1567

>>1541
>udaism in its more proper form did not even come to be until around the 6th century BC(E) and was a polytheistic religion before instead.
>>1541
>Judaism in its more proper form did not even come to be until around the 6th century BC(E) and was a polytheistic religion before instead.
Really? Source?

 No.1644

>>1523
Ritual abuse is probably real. It's mind control via torture and forcing the victim to commit torture, mixed or interspersed with sex, drugs, and/or periods of extreme reassurance and ego building - for various reasons, this makes a person scared to leave the torturer or cult that does it, and allows the creation of programmed split personalities.

 No.1645

>>1546
The manner in which Jerico, Ai, and other whole cities were treated. Full on genocide that would make Papa Addy proud, not calling it a 'sacrifice' is a small gesture. The entire abrahamic morality is a perverse mess of placing weakness, passive aggression, deceit, and mass killing of entire opposing cultures on a pedestal, while projecting their own vile nature onto the very culture they destroy. Additionally, if you have put any effort into reading to the talmudic literature you might realize that what the pagans are accused of is Amateur hour in terms of depravity.



 No.1597[Reply]

Mind over matter can most simply be defined as the use of willpower or thought to overcome physical problems. Some examples would be Tibetan Monks, who can dry soaked, ice cold rags placed on them by heating up their body temperature during meditation. They can also drastically decrease their heart rate and slow their metabolism down as well. One man learned to stop the flow of blood to certain areas to keep from bleeding while in a concentration camp. Another man played imaginary golf games for nearly a decade while in a Vietnamese prison cell during the war. He just paced around with a stick, acting out games and even having pretend conversations with people he knew. When he got back home, his golf game was better than before. That last one isn't quite the same as the others, but there's no point in being too specific.

With massive dedication, or under extreme circumstances, any person can seemingly develop these powers. Even without those, the placebo effect can have remarkably positive and negative effects on people. It's not what people usually think of as paranormal, but scientists aren't fully capable of explaining it yet.

Post any personal experiences you've had with this or anything interesting you've read.

 No.1637

>>1597
just because i rarely ever see someone appreciating this topic i will share a little experience i had.
i was able to concentrate on my left and right cheeks one night and produced a very acute feeling of pain/itch on both and maintained it till i got bored. i never read or looked into any techniques about this, all i do currently is meditation.

by the way, i think even more impressive than what you mentioned is how swami rama(yogi) was able to maintain a difference of 10C in two adjacent tissues of his hand, they can control arteries/veins individually. he could also stop his heart and lungs for 17 seconds. i read somewhere about another yogi doing it for a solid 3 minutes.
this seems all but a scratch on the surface of what we can do.

 No.1642

>>1637
Might not be the "superpowers" you're looking for but if anyone's interested in practical and mundane yet transformative meditations here's a good place to start:

https://puredhamma.net/bhavana-meditation/introduction-to-buddhist-meditation/

 No.1643

>>1642
>"superpower"
>mundane meditations
meditation is the basis of what i mentioned earlier
far far far more important is what is done mentally than just possessing some impressive trick.



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 No.5[Reply]

If there are such things as ghosts how come there are no dinosaur ghosts around?
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 No.1623

There are

 No.1627

>>5
One theory that's popular: there are various bodies that make up a being. Physical, astral, mental, etc. There's disagreement on the particulars and I'm certainly no expert, it seems to be that the astral body (one 'layer' up from the physical) is gradually discarded after death; it wears out like the physical body after a while, and drifts around, an empty husk.

Without a 'soul' to animate the astral body–and especially if someone died a horrible death, or had unresolved emotions that were very strong, or something of the sort–the astral husk gets stuck in a kind of loop, like muscle memory, repeating itself over and over. Ever heard of those ghost stories of hitch hikers, always doing the same thing and disappearing spookily by the end? Over time the brain and body grow accustomed to doing things a certain way, like digging a rut in the soil over time as you walk the same path: the grass becomes dirt, becomes a trail, becomes a path, becomes a road, until it's used so much that people decide to lay down bricks and make it a proper thoroughfare. I imagine this is how the mind works, especially when energized by strong emotion. Heavy guilt, unrequited love, especially over years, has potential to animate these astral bodies, whether or not the 'soul' is still inhabiting them.

This is just one theory, of course.

Dinosaur ghosts aren't around because, just like physical bodies, astral bodies decay too.

 No.1628

There are some legends of dinosaur cryptids (that might be ghosts) on the Amazonic jungle and the Australian desert, but it's just that, legends.

 No.1629

>>1511
…they are. If you're psychically sensitive, then old battlefields, prisons, hospitals etc. are haunted as shit.

 No.1641

>>32
More like about a millennia as the karmic energies making up its existence slowly fades while they wait and wait for an appropriate (for their karma) womb to find rebirth until they cease to exist as a human spirit, only to be reborn– perhaps as another human, or an animal, or in one of the heavens or the many hells.



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 No.866[Reply]

So after hanging around the Internet and Creepypasta, I came across Snuff Films. I watched a few and found them rather entertaining. I watched multiple documentaries about them too. Any of you enjoy Snuff films?

>pic not related
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 No.1323

>>1320
>Watching people die isn't perverse or depraved. Perversion is the sexual attraction to abnormal things.
By that logic, dead/dying people are indeed a sexual thing since necrophiliacs and gurofags exist though.

 No.1327

>>1323
Getting aroused by death is perverse, but it isn't harmful if in moderation. As long as you don't go crazy and start killing people yourself or start spending hours jacking off to it, it's fine.

 No.1566

Post it, anon.

 No.1638

Ever play manhunt?

 No.1640

>>1638
Postal 2 with the Fudge Pack mod is also a fun oldie.



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