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Halloween thread Anonymous 113[Reply]

It's getting glum outside, let's talk about the spooky season.

>favorite things about Halloween

>costume ideas
>party planning
>music and movies
>decor inspiration

mystery thread:

/x/ thread:

witchcraft thread:
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Anonymous 964

>favorite things about Halloween
the atmosphere. i love the coloring and the gifts, the weird masks people wear as they run around and beg strangers for candy. idk there's just something magical about this season
>costume ideas
>party planning
>music and movies
probably going to start up welcome to nightvale & watch some ~spooky~ movies. and play a few creepy rpgmaker games ( those aren't movies, but still )
>decor inspiration

Anonymous 1405


>favorite things about Halloween
The weather, the Spirit Halloween store, seeing people dress up, just everything about this time!

> the 1st of November when all of the cute halloween stuff like drinks glasses with spooky ghosts on is discounted.

This too.

>costume ideas

I wanted to dress up as The Huntress aka Anna from Dead By Deadlight, but I don’t think that’ll be happening due to me being broke (lol).

>party planning

My aunt is actually having a party at her house so I’ll be going to that for Halloween. I love her because she’s really passionate about the holidays so her house is always decorated.

>music and movies

I’ve been playing Halloween music, especially the Nightmare Revisited album all month long. I’ve been watching horror movies and anime too.

Anonymous 1408

Due to an incident I've been home the whole day so no party for me. Anyway I hope everyone else is having a nice Halloween.

Anonymous 1876



Anonymous 1878


I used to watch The Crow on VHS in my small blue TV but now I'm far from home and I can't. Remember to celebrate Devil's Night as well!


Afterlife Anonymous 753[Reply]

Do you believe in it?
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Anonymous 1860

>Because you would become too desensitized by it and go numb
You don't seem desensitised to suffering right now.

Anonymous 1861

Don't worry, I'm wearing down and becoming complacent.

Anonymous 1862

See you in the vent thread, anon.

Anonymous 1869

I've always had this fear that death isn't real and your consciousness is still trapped in your body even after your body starts decaying.

Anonymous 1875

What if you get cremated? Or die in some way that destroys your body?


Anonymous 1808[Reply]

who really runs this world? are the Illuminati legit?
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Anonymous 1813

old banker families. rothschilds, soros, etc. the kinds of people who are literally billionaires.

Anonymous 1827


We all know who

Anonymous 1830

'Billionaire' label is misleading. The actual elites own stuff (everything practically), worldwide, not merely technically have a lot of money. Bezos is powerless compared to the Rothschilds for instance.

Powerful enough to make you waste money on worthless junk as a status item or worse investment. Or change your entire perception of the world and culture within a matter of decades for personal vanity projects, inventing markets, and crushing dissidence/independence.

fsociety 1833

What I'm about to tell you is top secret. A conspiracy bigger than all of us. There's a powerful group of people out there that are secretly running the world. I'm talking about the guys no one knows about, the ones that are invisible. The top 1% of the top 1%, the guys that play God without permission. And now I think they're following me.

Anonymous 1872

It's a mix of rich banking families, human AI, alien AI and negative alien groups.


Sleep Paralysis Anonymous 33[Reply]

Have you ever experienced it, Miners? Share stories and tips on how to avoid it.

I've had very short (less than a minute) experiences before, but I had read up a lot about this from hanging on /x/ all the time so I knew it would be better not to open my eyes and just wait until it was over. Still scary though.
Now it happened again while I was napping around an hour ago. I saw some dude I know sitting on the bed right next to me, and I didn't understand how he got here or when, and then he leaned in and kissed me. It felt extremely real. I realized it had to be a dream and it went away after a minute or two but phew. I'm pretty disturbed.
That'll teach me to not take mid-morning naps.
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Anonymous 1722

Are they free to haunt? lol

Anonymous 1723

im honestly disapointed in u anon…

Anonymous 1724


Anonymous 1756

ive experienced it a bunch of times, its definitely an evil spirit. sometimes its stronger than others but i'm usually able to shake my leg out of it enough to disrupt the whole thing.

Anonymous 1853

Once I woke up in the middle of the night. I tried to go back to sleep, and after I don't know how long I heard the window behind me open. The only thing that mentally said was "I caught you in the act", "don't bother to come", and other rhetorical forms. Well, that was until later I felt a hand cover my mouth and a knife squeeze my back. At that moment I felt a deep terror, and I began to think about my loved ones, although inside I only felt that impulse to want to turn towards the window. After a few minutes I was able to pull it off, only to see nothing.

real gdb growth wo…

Anonymous 1769[Reply]

Imagine falling for that fake and gay virus psyop designed to legitimate an economical collapse just when the system reach its end.
Imagine unironically using the term "conspiracy theorist" when all the so called conspiracies just so happen to be true.
Imagine believing lockdown is useful and legitimate when the countries without lockdown are the one with the lowest death rates (Belarus, Iceland, Japan, Malawi, Nicaragua, South Korea, Taiwan, Timor-Leste, Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wyoming, South Dakota, Uruguay).
Imagine being for mandatory surgical masks use when a surgical mask is made for sterile closed places and that wearing it outside is useless and dangerous.
Imagine thinking there is an increase of cases worlwide when there is just more tests being performed that do not take into account the rates of false positives.
Imagine falling so deep down in this collective psychosis you're now building a whole new identity around it and become aggressive and angry at anyone pointing out the absurdity of the whole situation.
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Anonymous 1801

Yeah and mine didn't. Life is fleeting.

Anonymous 1802

That's the point, isn't it though? A lot of grandmas and grandpas bite the dust during flu season, or even if they so much as get the natural cold. It's still mainly old people who are dying from the Corona, the same people that would also fallen apart from a light breeze.

There's no reason for Corona to be considered this "apocalyptic" event necessitating the shutdown of all of humanity's actions when this is as contagious as the flu and kills the same people the flu does (and even then, there are not that many deaths, at least not enough to require sending the world to the Black Death era)

Anonymous 1803

dude she was gonna die of the next flu that blew in, that's what happens to old fucks. why the fuck are people so ASTONISHED when a 90 year old keels over? life is finite, deal with it.

Anonymous 1804

reminder to mods that "conspiracy theory" is a term invented by the CIA to discredit anyone questioning the narrative

Anonymous 1834

This is factually not true. This virus kills much more than the flu. Yes, it is mostly old people with other illnesses, but that doesn't make it irrelevant. Lockdown is pointless once it has already spread though.


Alien abduction Anonymous 1725[Reply]

Have you ever been abducted by aliens?
Do you know anyone who claims to have been abducted by aliens?
Any interesting abduction stories?
Why do you think certain groups of aliens abduct people?
What do you feel when watching this video?

Anonymous 1811

that the video is cringe as fuck


Anonymous 1583[Reply]

how do i hack the simulation, get access to unlimited data and become a demigod? im pretty sure this is my life goal and if i fail this there is gonna be another pandemic like corona but this time everyone dies and our timeline resets once again
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Anonymous 1596

Wow I sure am glad we have you around. Apparently you are the only one who can save our universe.
All bow before our alleged lord and savior.

Sheesh come on now. Chill with the overblown ego, you're no messiah

Anonymous 1599

she's just poorly larping as a schizo

Anonymous 1602

how do i open my third eye? deadass

Anonymous 1764

Go insane, all of your impossible aspirations can be fulfilled in delusion. Hidden knowledge is bullshit. Sorry.

Anonymous 1768

you can’t be the nobody I already posted that I was the nobody four days ago on real /x/ stop stealing my kills

pretty girl murdered by jealousy Anonymous 1714[Reply]

How many of you know about this case?
I really suspect she was murdered by a fellow colleague. Its a shame whenever these incidents happen. I hope her family finds justice.

Anonymous 1718


Anonymous 1719

watch the video, idiot

Anonymous 1726

didn’t realise it was a video, thought it was just a screencap. was trying to be nice and get your thread going since no1curr.


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 1630

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

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
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.

Anonymous 1690

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There aren't really any "gifted classes" in schools in my country but we do have a CTY, which I went to.
>Hazel eyes
>Occipital Bun (I have no idea)
>Birth Complications (nope I was right on time)
>Near Death Experiences (only with alcohol in my teens so idk if that counts)
>Lack of memory (of all my childhood, I only remember specific bad memories that usually involved social rejection or humiliation)
>Tendency to be followed, especially by creeps (occasional creeps but I wouldn't call it a tendency, just being female. I never go out though)
>Law enforcement being very lenient
>IQ's are often as high as 130; 100. Many IQ's even higher (don't know my IQ or remember my exact SCAT score but to get into CTY you needed to score above the SCAT 95th percentile for either maths or english, I went beyond it for english and just scraped maths)
>Interest in /x/ phenomena (obviously)
>Heavy early twenties drug experimentation period
>Forehead scars (only from acne/pox, which everyone has so I'm guessing this is asking for interesting slashes? idk but I have none of those)
>First born
>No premonitions/prophetic dreams (I get weird symbolic dreams though that focus on specific images like a dying seagull laying on the ground with its wings and beak torn off and laying next to it, crying like a person. Or just randomly cutting mid dream to the house in the tornado from the wizard of oz while piano music that sounded like it was played by broken fingers plays in the background)
>Above average intuition (I don't think so but then again I've never actually trusted it)
I don't know how accurate this can be since a lot of (non-gifted) people can either check off many items on the list (like birth complications) or convince themselves they apply (for example it seems every single person I talk to toadally doesn't remember their childhood at all!!!!)


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 1656

>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.

>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.


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

Anonymous 1664

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Can a person with no inner monologue experience auditory hallucinations?

Anonymous 1665

Anyone can hallucinate. It can be caused by extreme stress, lack of sleep, lack of food and water, too hot or extreme exhaustion.

Anonymous 1667

>Anyone can hallucinate.
How the fuck do you know?

Anonymous 1669

Because everyone does every night while they sleep.

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