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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?
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Anonymous 1653

I think I accidentally killed my roommates cat with magic. NOT maliciously or with actually bad intent, mind you. I'm not awful, I swear. I did a protection/ confidence spell for MY cat and soon she started venturing out of my room for the first time in months.

Soon thereafter, my roommates cat got hit by a car and died :( After that my cat was the MOST confident lil bitch ever, and I'm pretty sure it had to do with the fact that she had no competition. Magic works, but it has unintended consequences.

I also think me and my partner got together because of a spell I did, so there's that too. We got married lol, so that shit works HAHA

Anonymous 1654

>>1653
Enjoy your magical date rape drug

Anonymous 1655

>>1654
Oh dear someone can't take a joke 🤭

Anonymous 1658

>>1654
>>1653

Maybe I'm being too hopeful, but feel like love spells can't fully hook a person. Whether you love someone or not is such a personal thing, I don't think an outside spell can cause it. Maybe a love spell will help a person notice you or start thinking about you if they were going to anyway tho.

Anonymous 1660

>>1658
I agree. It's not a be-all end-all….it won't take away a person's free will or anything, but just plant a seed of noticing or attraction. (In my experience/opinion)



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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 1577

>>1568
I used to do this to, down to the letter. I wonder if I have BPD haha

Anonymous 1624

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I like to check instagram profiles of my old classmates. We were classmates in middle school. It's been a really long time and I should've forgotten about them by now, but I can't for some reason. They are so normal. I like seeing how far they've gotten in life while I just keep getting worse somehow.

Anonymous 1625

>>1624
I used to do this obsessively, like checking everyone I used to know from over a decade ago every week. Like I didn't suffer enough from their rejection then, I had to reinforce it again now.

So glad I managed to get out of that loop.

Anonymous 1631

There are three degrees of separation for people I know a lot about.

>Stranger

There's this one Reddit user whose page I check regularly. She's fairly active in femcel communities and always complains about the same things over and over. She is a very talented writer. I had a conversation with her once (pretending not to know of things's she has written about in her account).

>2nd-degree acquaintance

I also regularly check IG pages/tumblrs of other women that I find interesting, mainly only those who provoke feelings of jealousy in me. I'll try to calculate their body/facial proportions if I can't find their height/weight online (some of them are models), and examples of their art/writing/academic publications/etc. Like another anon mentioned, a lot of people use the exact same usernames for all of their accounts so it's easy to find really obscure accounts (like on myfreediary) that go into stuff that is a lot darker. I do this with ex-girlfriends of men that I've been attracted to, or women who get a lot of male attention despite being average-looking. I found a secret Tumblr this way full of provocative photos and dark thoughts owned by a girl I went to high school with. She posted once about wanting to kill herself and I sent her an anon message telling her not to. The blog was deleted the next day and she is very alive and well (studying linguistics, I believe). There's some tool online that lets you look at only original posts (not reblogs) from any tumblr account. This is a very good way of getting photos of people.

>close friends

I also know about a Reddit account belonging to one of my close friends that I stumbled upon purely by accident a couple years ago (the username has nothing to do with her name or interests). I like reading her posts and comments. She's a lot more open about grievances with her family/boyfriend/friends/children on there, and she even mentioned me once (not by name, obviously). Sometimes I'll say something to her just so I can see her post about it later.

I've also made a fake Facebook account that I use to check up on people regularly. This isn't as rewarding, since people usually know that Facebook posts are seen by people for whom they want to keep up appearances.

Anonymous 1659

>>1631
wow, spooky



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Hallucinations Anonymous 1650[Reply]

Does anyone ever get auditory or visual hallucinations? I realized I've been hearing voices fighting (a man and a woman) and as soon as I start paying attention they go away.

Anonymous 1651

I had auditory hallucinations in the past when I started living alone for the first time and was extremely depressed. However they were unintelligible and disappeared as soon as I improved my mental health.

Anonymous 1652

>>1650
There's been two times I was nearly about to astral project, or at least it was the closest I've been. I could hear a flute melody. No, I didn't take any drugs. It sucked because I cant' remember how it sounded like.

Anonymous 1656

>>1650
>These examples suggest hallucinations arise when the brain gives more weight to its expectations and beliefs about the world than to the sensory evidence it receives, says study author and Yale psychiatrist Philip Corlett.
>The findings confirm that, when it comes to how we perceive the world, our ideas and beliefs can easily overpower our senses, Powers says. The work also suggests that the cerebellum is a key checkpoint against this distortion, he adds.
https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/08/how-your-mind-protects-you-against-hallucinations

>A 2013 meta-analysis, combining much of the existing data, by Jim van Os of Maastricht University in the Netherlands and Richard Linscott of the University of Otago in New Zealand, found the prevalence of hallucinations and delusions in the general population was 7.2 percent—much higher than the 0.4 percent prevalence of schizophrenia diagnoses found in recent studies.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/does-schizophrenia-exist-on-an-autism-like-spectrum/

Also see this AMA on auditory hallucinations: https://old.reddit.com/r/science/comments/2or00m/science_ama_series_we_are_a_group_of_researchers/



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Conspiracy theories Anonymous 386[Reply]

Which ones do you believe in?
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Anonymous 1548

>>395
>I dislike how the term conspiracy theory is used to discredit people sometimes. Something that used to be called a conspiracy theory is that companies and government organizations collect as much data as possible about everyone
The term "conspiracy theory" was first coined in an FBI document and was used to refer to the portion of the population that doubted the proposed circumstances surrounding John F. Kennedy's assassination. Interesting, huh?

Many known facts were only theories before being proven correct, and something being a "conspiracy" doesn't make it exempt from that. Those who dismiss an idea under the guise of it being a "conspiracy theory" are simply admitting that they don't want to attempt critical analysis, regardless of whether they'd arrive at the right or wrong conclusion if they did.

>>621
I know this post is 2 years old, but why did you just copy and paste popular replies from an r/AskReddit thread?
https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/7s36ub/what_conspiracy_theory_do_you_100_buy_into_and_why/dt1xwi7/

>>1351
I use archive.org quite often and that link leads to a "page not archived" error page. I sure do wonder how, given that archived pages can't be deleted once they're archived…

Anonymous 1549

Magic is real

Anonymous 1551

>>401
lollll it’s actually a supremacy ploy by the water-haver super humans of the world.. we ONLY drink water, it’s healthier AND with ice it only becomes MORE water

Anonymous 1555

>>1551
Your post does seem a bit like you're joking around, but if you're into theories concerning fluoridated water there's a good argument for why food establishments maximize the amount of water they can put into beverages before it's not considered that beverage anymore. If their water is supplied by a company that owns a lot of water and water supply (lets say Nestle, for example) the establishments could be paid to use more of the water, similar to how a sponsorship would work. If the establishment's water is just tap water from their city's water supply, then the more they use, the higher their water bill will be (if you live in a country where you do have to pay for fresh, running water, such as in the US.) After all, food is a product even in restaurants, and there's nothing preventing a corporate partnership between a company with a large water supply and a food establishment, in the same way that there are partnerships between different brands and food products on the shelf at the store.

I've ordered my drinks without ice for years, but that's just because of a personal preference since I normally get soda and watered-down soda is disgusting.

Anonymous 1647

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mass_hysteria_cases
When we will add Corona virus to this article? I'm tired of all of this already.



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Anyone else follow this pattern here? Anonymous 1578[Reply]

People were talking about strange coincidences between kids who were in gifted/TAG/GATE classes in school. Anybody else have similar circumstance?
>Blue eyes (hazel seems equally common)
>Occipital Bun (aka math bump on the the back of the skull = Neanderthal trait)
>Birth Complications (like weeks early or not breathing)
>Near Death Experiences (especially drowning)
>lack of memory of TAG (we all did many many hours there, and it's very vague)
>windows covered in TAG classrooms
>tendency to be followed, especially by creeps
>Law enforcement being very lenient
>IQ's are often as high as 130; 100. Many IQ's even higher.
Other similarities, less common but still common enough to mention
>interest in /x/ phenomena
>heavy early twenties drug experimentation period
>forehead scars
>early speech therapy
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Anonymous 1627

>>1611
I don't know if I got naturally dumber over time or if I just liquefied my brain with vodka.

Anonymous 1630

>>1627
I was an alcoholic for a few years and still was very high-performing.

Anonymous 1634

>GATE conspiracies

The worst and dumbest conspiracy by and for the worst and dumbest of failsons. Leave it on 4chan where it belongs.

Anonymous 1645

>>1578
Let's see how I stack up:
>Blue eyes
>Occipital Bun? (honestly have no idea if I do)
>Birth Complications (I was a very difficult birth for my mother but nothing lasting)
>No Near Death Experiences
>lack of memory of it
>windows covered in classrooms (most of mine were in rooms without big windows)
>tendency to be followed, especially by creeps
>Law enforcement being very lenient
>IQ's are often as high as 130 (122 according to psychologist back when I was a teen)
>interest in /x/ phenomena
>some drug experimentation, but not much
>no forehead scars
>early speech therapy (TONS)
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Anonymous 1646

Not white, brown eyes.
>lack of memory of TAG
My whole childhood is a blur
>Law enforcement being very lenient
I've only had one run in with police and it was a ticket for making a U turn at a no U turn sign. He wasn't mean about it, it was my fault, but a ticket is still a ticket.
>first born
Only child
>migraines
Stopped having them around 18
>above average intuition
Maybe? I get intuition thoughts all the time, but I never really confirm if they're true.
Nothing else applies.



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Anonymous 856[Reply]

>no monster boys thread up
let's change that
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Anonymous 1459

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Do fantasy races from video games count?

God I want a lizard daddy

Anonymous 1563

>>1459
nicceeeeee

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Anonymous 1635

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Jeff was so cute in this movie.

Anonymous 1643

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Anonymous 1619[Reply]

does anyone else constantly have the feeling that everything you are doing on a smart device is being monitored? im kinda used to it tbh.
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Anonymous 1638

>>1629
what is fueling your desire to to be so uptight about your privacy, anon? just feeling like doing so ?
it's futile, like it or not your data is going to be collected by complex techniques out of your control or even understanding no matter what.
beside, for an average internet user, they don't give a fuck beside knowing what pr0duct/ service ads you may be interested in.

Anonymous 1639

>>1638
>what is fueling your desire to to be so uptight about your privacy, anon? just feeling like doing so ?
It's not really "uptight". I just don't like when I don't have full control over all information about me, or full knowledge of who knows what about me.

>it's futile, like it or not your data is going to be collected by complex techniques out of your control or even understanding no matter what.

This is incorrect. "Complex techniques out of your control" lol yes, the economic powers that be have literal magical powers now that I will never understand.

Beyond that, this is an idiotic thing to say. Why should I make it easy to harvest my data?

>beside, for an average internet user, they don't give a fuck beside knowing what pr0duct/ service ads you may be interested in.

I don't care.

I'm not telling anyone that they should be concerned about this, or even go to the (very uninvasive) measure that I have taken to combat this problem. If you're okay with whoring your information out for mere convenience, be my guest.

Anonymous 1640

>>1639
do you own a smartphone?

Anonymous 1641

>>1640
Yes, I have an iPhone.

Anonymous 1642

I blame the jews.



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Anonymous 420[Reply]

What's the worst thing you've ever done?
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Anonymous 1177

>>1107
you bully him/her?

Anonymous 1182

>>1174
>>1175
>>1177
I didn't bully, but I forced them to come out and apologize for scamming and manipulating extensively. Though they already attempted suicide a few times prior to that, so I think it would have happened anyway regardless of my actions.

Anonymous 1217

Is it worse to break a guy's femur in wood-shop by hitting him with a D-clamp, or to sabotage your friend's engagement because it's already falling apart at the seams and you just want them to stop pissing about and end it?

Anonymous 1225

>>1217
The former.

Did you do both of those things? Was the first one an accident?

Anonymous 1633

Sometimes I go into my roommate's rooms when they're out of town. I don't take anything valuable or touch too much, but I've read left-open diaries and opened drawers just to look, without rifling through. Mostly I just like to stand and experience what it's like in someone else's space. There's something addicting about standing in someone else's room, in someone else's space. I never try to use any of the stuff I find out for like, evil purposes, nor do I take things from their rooms. I know I probably should stop but I won't. It also makes me a little paranoid, I leave my door locked all the time to avoid it happening to me.



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Question about Reporting Posts on 4chan Anonymous 736[Reply]

This is a certified idiot question

but is there a way to report posts on 4chan to fbi

Anonymous 737

What kind of post? If it's something against the law usually the mods report it themselves.

Anonymous 738

You can, there's a way to report to the FBI online, but I'm a yuropoor so I don't recall the exact site.

Anonymous 740

Can we report the woman hate thread posters to the fbi while we’re at it?

Anonymous 1617

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>reporting obvious bait to the FBI
nice non-issue solving

Anonymous 1632

You're not truly /x/ until you realise it's the FBI posting those threads.



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