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weird world wide web Anonymous 538[Reply]

post odd things you found online
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Anonymous 1487

>>1481
Yes.

Anonymous 1490


Anonymous 1496

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>>1236
>>1307
>>1401
>>1428
Websites like these, those strange maze-like projects and ramblings, or forums for close-knit individuals with various disorders and/or social ineptitude, genuinely intrigue me for whatever reason even if I don't necessarily agree with the userbase's social or political beliefs. Every so often I'll stumble across a page or forum like that and bookmark it, only to later go back and find that the link no longer works or the page was shut down, leaving me wondering what its purpose was. The puzzle-like sites like 973-eht-namuh-973, especially, remind me of mysterious late 90s/early 00s "internet riddles" that I used to try and solve when I was younger.

http://notpron.org/notpron (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notpron)
https://www.mcgov.co.uk/zahada.html
http://neutralriddle.50webs.com
http://www.gamemastertips.com/cipher/cipher.htm

On another note, if anyone's a fan of websites that are just conceptually unique with no specific meaning or purpose, look into Rafaël Rozendaal's "interactive art" websites (some of which are linked below.) Many of his sites have a sort of uneasy, unnerving feel to them, even though there are no jumpscares or objectionable content in them. Other sites of his are more artistic and experimental. He's been creating these since the early 2000s and they're all Flash-based.

http://www.itwillneverbethesame.com
http://www.biglongnow.com
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Maerea 1497


Anonymous 1499

>>1496
>>1497
Love these websites. Thanks for sharing. Tip: stop using ABP. Use uBlock Origin so you can block trackers and all ads properly.



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Nightmares Anonymous 55[Reply]

Share your nightmares here!

Hiding mine behind a spoiler in case other anons don't want to see nightmares while scrolling through /b/.

Last night I had a weird dream that there were a bunch of mice in some kind of doll house thing. My parents were there, and I kept breaking the mice's backs. I'd press down on their spine and it'd make this awful fake sounding crunch. My mom told me, "I hate that sound". I did it again, and she told me again that she hates the sound. After that I broke a mouse's skull and my mom asked me why I keep killing the mice, and I felt terribly guilty for what I'd done.
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Anonymous 1468

I had a dream recently that a past co-worker was arrested and being brought to China (I guess she had committed a crime there?). My old manager asked me to write a nice letter to show her support but I was really struggling what to say since I have never been through anything like it. I was really stressed out over it all and worried what her future was going to be.

I woke up thinking it was real and I was in a really bad mood until I fully woke up and realised it was a dream. Most of my nightmares are like that.

Anonymous 1469

I miss when my nightmares where non sensical. There were were still ones about my fears and paranoias, like or babies and abandonment, but they were still abstract. Like everyone turns into a mannequin or I'm in a corridor full of doors and each door had a new horror. They were a lot more interesting then the ones I have now.
I don't dream but now when I do, it's about the same stuff I'm stressing about in my waking life. They're about which bill do I have to pay and I don't have any money. Or me arguing over my bf about nothing, like we would do anyway if I was wake. Or about how I might be losing my apartment. There's no point in sleeping if it's not going to be an escape.

Anonymous 1478

Had a dream where I was about 4 in my childhood home taking a bath. My mom was there and she grabbed the back of my hair and repeatadly kept forcing my head under water to the point where I almost pass out and the brings my head back up again for air then does it again with pushing my head underwater, all while she is screaming at me.

It felt so vivid and real like an actual memory. I woke up feeling such in shock and fear and it's been a few days and I still feel shook about it. I mean it probably is just a dream and this never happaned in real life but my mom was actually pretty terrible to me and has done physically violent things to me so this isn't too unbelievable.

Anonymous 1479

this was somewhat recently but basically i was in my living room with a sort of boyfriend (in the dream) and my dad told me to look outside. it was the day of an eclipse. me and the bf look outside and the sun/moon appear cartoonish. as soon as they overlap the world sort of just. ended. i felt myself get pushed back but i never landed so i was suspended in the air. all around me all i could see was a dark yellow with light rays. i was holding the bfs hand and just felt my body being compressed. it felt like it was being pulled apart but also being pushed in. i woke up not too long after but since then i’ve not been afraid of death.

Anonymous 1498

I dreamed that I was on a quest and it ended me getting raped by some strange man.



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Cyberstalking Anonymous 140[Reply]

I do it, do you?
I love finding hidden accounts and secret blogs and I dox just to see if I can (but never post it or interfere with the person otherwise)
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Anonymous 1482

I do it to people I work with, people in my classes, pretty much any person I can get my hands on. I memorized names of other psych ward patients so I could search them up later on social media.

Anonymous 1484

>>1482
I would do the same but most of the people I get to know irl only have 2 accounts, Twitter and Facebook and they barely use Twitter, they're as basic as they get

Anonymous 1485

>>1484
That reminds me, years ago I got the email password of one of my classmates,she borrowed me her laptop to do something and I just checked the saved passwords option in Chrome, I still have it with me but nothing interesting in her mail or social accounts

Anonymous 1486

>>140
Is lurking considered cyberstalking? If so, consider me guilty.
I just like to check up on people that have wronged me. I like seeing if they've improved/changed or if their life is as terrible as mine. Both bring me equal amounts of joy.

Anonymous 1495

Made a fake facebook account years ago out of curiosity.
(I never had nor currently have a "real" facebook account)

Join random groups with my fake where people who did not necessarily know each other IRL would post about random stuff (those were a thing back in 2014 at least, no idea how it is today)
Actually learn a ton about how people work from just observing conversations, absorbing bits of personal info that they carelessly spill, stalking their (often public) year-long profile histories and testing reactions without fear of repercussions, I genuinely think that in a sick and twisted way I gained a lot from that



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Creating a group of Intelectuals capable of doing anything Anonymous 1488[Reply]

Basically how would one go about creating his own secret society or something similair.

I would like to create a bound of intelectuals that's unbreakable, a group that's capable of doing anything as long as their together. Like a well functuoning family business, but much stronger and not limited to corporate business rules.

How can I achieve this? Where to start?

Anonymous 1489

ok brainlet

Anonymous 1491

>>1488
Hitler numbers wasted. This is kind of a cringe question, but you might as well join the jews or the fascists if you have hope. You could also start a, y'know, family. There isn't a certain way of doing this and the fact that you're asking how to do it gives off the idea that you don't have what it takes to fulfill the majority of what you're looking for.

Anonymous 1493

>>1488
Adopt a bunch of children and raise them as your own indoctrinated kids.

Anonymous 1494

>>1493
Or you could just homeschool them.



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Clairvoyance Anonymous 1448[Reply]

I think I might be a clairvoyant, so much so that it has become a meme in my family. I usually have very vivid dreams and it has happened many times already that I actually dreamt of something that would happen the following day. What's the catch? These dreams that come true are usually really petty things (eg. that my bf is going to radomly take me to mc donald tomorrow and there's going to be my favorite limited edition burger), still I totally dig this thing, just wish I had a bit more control over it. Has any other anon ever experienced this? Can you control your premonitions?

Anonymous 1453

>>1448
Try lucid dreaming. It'll give you control over your dreamstate and you might be able to find out how deep your rabbithole goes. I've had regular dreams predict reality in the same way you mention it, minor seemingly meaningless events. Since I've started to go after lucidity, my dreams have been a lot more intense and unreal. It might sound insane, but some of my dreams feel a lot more real than waking reality itself does. It's a great experience and I would recommend it.

Anonymous 1483

I wish I saw this thread earlier. I have a habit of predicting events in my dreams. For instance, a family member's house was threatened by a fire which burned straight to their property line and we had to rescue their cats and I dreamed that a week before it occurred. I will dream of people I haven't thought of in a while and then other people will mention them out of the blue.

The problem is, I also get PTSD dreams mixed in with all this, so lots of violence, incest, rape, partner infidelity, etc. so it's hard for me to untangle what is PTSD versus what is clairvoyance.



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Irrational fears Anonymous 499[Reply]

What are you scared of?
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Anonymous 1229

fear of fox tapeworms cost me 2 years of my youth

Anonymous 1230

>>1229
What did you do in your youth?

Anonymous 1231

>>1230
developed some sub category of a neurosis and stayed inside unless I had to go out, got addicted to the pc as well. Funny thing is the fear triggered from one day to another, like flipping a switch. But I am all good now

Anonymous 1474

>>499
My fear of heights warped into a fear of ceilings. Whenever I walk into a building with a really high ceiling I'll get freaked out. I keep playing out this scenario in my head of me suddenly falling up into the ceiling, kind of like how you'd fall off something high. Obviously unless somebody fucks with gravity then this isn't likely to happen, but my retard brain doesn't realise this.

Anonymous 1477

>>1474
Ahhhh I used to do think about this a lot as a kid. I tried to stay under trees while outdoors, so I would at least have a chance to grab something before falling through the fucking sky and dying up there. Also low ceilings or other structures that maybe wouldn't break my neck when I was indoors.



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Anonymous 1473[Reply]

Plasma & tachyon energy holographic medical pods cure all diseases (cancer, diabetes, leukemia, you name it), regrow body parts (nugget's wet dream), and age reverse (from old wrinkly 80 year old back to the body of a 20 year old). Yes they exist but where? Med beds are locked up in dark projects (Secret Space Programs). How do we get access to them? Sooner Trump discloses the entire truth, the sooner everyone will get to use these regenerative capsules.

>Randy Cramer

https://youtu.be/ITRz86P13dI?t=2235

>Ileana the Star Traveler

https://youtu.be/kj70mxVBEX8

>Jared Rand

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQ67e-CAHeI&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Kf4856Udx8&feature=youtu.be
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADWuVAlCRQY&feature=youtu.be
https://youtu.be/B4EMWH_7inY

>Soft Disclosure (to rub it in your face)

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Witchcraft General Anonymous 1359[Reply]

Can we start a witchcraft general?

Post witchy photos, media, tips, spells, etc.
Has anyone ever had any spells work?

Anonymous 1362

>>1359
I believe I could make it rain. I practiced a rain spell three times in my life, all on sunny day and it would rain later on day.

Anonymous 1363

>>1362
what kind of spell would you do to make it rain?

Anonymous 1364

>>1362
One time it would with a group of friends holding hands and reading from some new age spell book. It was some cheesy chant.
The other two times evolved me being alone in the my backyard burning stuff (dried leaves, flowers, a letter, ect. to show how dry the ground is). And calling out to the god on the clouds.

Anonymous 1470

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I haven't done spells many times in my life but every time I did, they always worked which kind of spooked me.

I once had a crush on someone and I performed a love spell I found online. It involved collecting various things in a jar, lighting a candle and putting a piece of paper with her name into the jar. I didn't feel comfortable using her name because I was afraid someone would find the jar in my room (I wasn't out to my parents) and I read so many times online that you shouldn't perform a spell on someone specific because it changes their fate and takes control away from them. So I kept her in mind but didn't add the paper. Time passed and I forgot about it. She met someone else and very soon after I met someone else too and we've been together 8 years so I'm guessing it was one heck of a powerful spell. I've always thought that the fact that I didn't add a name meant it drew someone who was perfectly suited to me towards me, rather than someone specific who maybe wasn't good for me.



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Coping with Death Anonymous 1432[Reply]

How do you cop with Death?
Have you lost someone close to you?
How do you feel about dying?
Are you religious? Do you believe in the afterlife?


I've had a quiet a few people who died in my life. Family to friends, some from illness, old age and even a suicide. I've grown pretty numb to being told about so and so dying. Just with in this hour my dad told me, my former neighbor's daughter passed away suddenly. I haven't spoken to her in years, it's a shame really. We used to hang out and she was really nice. But I don't feel horrified, and I am not really sad.

Anonymous 1433

> How do you cope with death?

Not too well.

> Have you lost someone close to you?


I lost both of my grandparents in the same year of 2015. My grandpa died three days before my birthday and was buried on my birthday. Months later, my grandma died. I was very close to them so them passing was hard for me.

> How do you feel about dying?


Well I have been suicidal throughout most of my teen years, but I’m now kind of just floating. If I were to be in a life threatening situation I wouldn’t mind if I died. I feel pretty awful saying that since I love my parents and I have a loving boyfriend.

> Are you religious? Do you believe in the afterlife?


Um, I’m not sure.

Anonymous 1466

How do you cop with Death?
For the first few days, I don't feel anything because I'm still in denial and that gets me through the removal, wake, funeral etc. Especially if it was someone I didn't see every often. It only hits me when I haven't seen them in a while and I remember they're not coming back. Like when I just want to visit them and I remember I can't. That's really hard. In the case of my pets who I would see every day, it hit me faster than usual. I'd come home and there would be no wagging tail to greet me or I'd see an empty food bowl in the corner of the kitchen and just break the fuck down crying. The thing that ultimately helps me get over the pain is knowing that the person was old and had a good life or if they were sick for a long time, knowing that they'd be in a lot of pain and discomfort right now so passing away peacefully was what they would have preferred.

Have you lost someone close to you?
I've lost grandparents, aunts/uncles and pets but nobody in my immediate family, thankfully.

How do you feel about dying?
I'm not really worried about dying itself because I know everyone has to go through it eventually but I do feel sad that our time on earth is finite. It makes me want to learn as many languages, travel to as many places and watch as many films as I possibly can. I wonder sometimes if I can even do all of that. I always wonder what moments I'll look back on when I'm older and if I have problems walking. Will I be satisfied with what I have achieved? I think I can die peacefully if I am.

Are you religious? Do you believe in the afterlife?
I'm not religious. I was raised Catholic so I'm used to telling people that their loved one who passed is "looking down" on them but I don't really believe in this very specific idea of heaven and eternal life and pearly gates. It's too far-fetched to me. I do like to believe that your energy exists elsewhere and some semblance of you is floating around but I'm not going to let someone else tell me what an afterlife is and just blindly believe it. That doesn't bring me comfort.

Anonymous 1467

>>1432
>How do you cop with Death?
I try to learn from the stoics.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABRN0E_mI0U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBwH2iYC-8c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5E2AQKuCyU

>Have you lost someone close to you?

Not really, aunts, uncles and grandparents, but I was never close to any of them.

>How do you feel about dying?

Sometimes indifferent, sometimes I visualize the eternal nothingness and it drives me crazy and force myself to think about something else.

>Are you religious? Do you believe in the afterlife?

No, its ridiculous.



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/gsg/ - Gang Stalking General Anonymous 1463[Reply]

>Gangstalking/Isolation & Intimidation tactics are real
>Thousands of police departments, security services (state & private) use this
>Interconnected webs of tens of thousands of volunteers/paid people.
>Political activists, dissidents, "problem" people, et al. are targeted by these groups
>Average citizens (mentally ill/randomly selected) are targeted for "dry runs" and the improvement of gangstalking tactics

Be on the lookout though, mates, every time a thread like this has been posted, it has been brigaded and undermined by many steamcordgruppes or downright malicious people who are trying to undermine the credibility of this threat and the people who are truthfully posting here. The first group has a clear agenda, while the second one is attempting to attack your character. They are known for shitposting and derailing threads, report and ignore them.

How fares your mental health, /gsg/?

Anonymous 1464

>>1463
>Average citizens (mentally ill/randomly selected) are targeted for "dry runs" and the improvement of gangstalking tactics
Everything else, maybe, and that's a big maybe, but this? No way, it screams paranoia

Anonymous 1465

>>1464
How else are you going to figure out what works and what doesnt?



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