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Anonymous 4355[Reply]

i wish i had someone who's obsessed with me, i wouldn't mind a stalker i just want to feel like someone cares that i exist
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Anonymous 4366

>>4365
Its pretty common to want, because it appears as a demonstration of flattery. Getting real life stalkes is different though because people who can't take no for an answer are mentally ill and it will go beyond what you would be comfortable with in your fantasy. Common for some other fantasies too, something thay is horrible IRL can seem sweet in a fantasy.

Anonymous 4367

>>4366
Meant to say admiration not flattery oops

Anonymous 4427

You haven't noticed me?

Anonymous 4493

ive manifested and thought that i had one but im super paranoid. wanting it to be very specific though. don't really want it to be anything else except what ive thought of otherwise it ruins the treacherous fantasy

Anonymous 4495

>>4355
It’s not fun if it’s a scrote. Trust me, I speak from experience. Wouldn’t mind if it was a woman tho, but I can’t even get a normal women take interest, because I’m a worthless loser lesbian.



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Real life horror stories Anonymous 2606[Reply]

I noticed we have lot of paranormal spook threads in /b/ right now so let's have a irl spooks thread.

What's the scariest thing to happen to you or people you know that involved real life people or events.

Any people who didn't sit right with you? Any cazy ex boyfriend or girlfriends? Any scary family stories? Share them here!
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Anonymous 2608

Was in Tokyo during the 2011 Fukushima earthquake.

I was breastfeeding my baby when everything started moving. I'm used to earthquakes ( was born in an earthquake-prone country) and by then I've been in Japan for a couple of years so this was just like "oh well, another one". After a little shaking it stopped for some seconds. Then the big one started so I grabbed my kid and darted out of my apartment out to the street. Everybody came out at the same time. I didn't think it was safe to go back home (at least not yet) so I just started walking around the area, (and yes the ground was still shaking a bit). After some minutes of walking and a couple of blocks away I saw a big bunch of people outside of an electronic shop so I went to watch what they were watching. What I saw will forever hunt my mind: live footage of the tsunami just fucking destroying towns and thousands of lives. For , literally, 10 seconds I almost shat myself because I thought this was happening in Yokohama but when I asked someone they told me it was in the Tohoku area. It somehow didn't make me feel better.

For the next few days (and under a nation-wide warning that stated that an even bigger earthquake was expected soon) I couldnt sleep at all. There were many smaller earthquakes here and there, and the tv would give its warning about one coming many times a day. (same with the phone warnings).

I still get a little anxiety when I hear the "earthquake coming" sound.

Unfortunately the "earthquake cycle" (or wharever its called) and predictions state that a BIG one is going to happen in Tokyo "soon", since its way over due.

Anonymous 2609

When I was younger (probably around 9 or 10) I had gone to the beach with my family and some family friends, and it was a semi-secluded beach out in the countryside with nearly no one there. It was really relaxing and calm and everyone was kind of taking it easy. As the day went on me and a couple of people started swimming a bit farther back not realizing the tide was coming in as well as the fact that there was a rip current in the area. Slowly these massive (and I mean massive, it was a surfer beach) waves started crashing down and while two of the people were strong enough to break out of the current and swim to shore myself and one other person weren't and we kept getting hit with waves and pushed out further into the ocean. No one could hear us screaming either since we were so far back. Eventually the two people who were strong swimmers got to shore and got people's attention and two surfers who were there got on their boards and swam out to get us. My friend had fainted at one point and I was shaking like crazy when we got to shore. My mom was in hysterics as well.

You know that feeling your skin has when you sit on the banks of the ocean and leave where you can almost still feel the waves hitting your skin? That sensation didn't go away for like three days.

It isn't spooky or anything like that, but it really fucked me up with the ocean and now I don't go near the beach when there are waves, lol.

Anonymous 2610

I survived an an attempted terrorist attack but now I have mad PTSD from it and I feel like people don't believe me outside of my family so I just have to suffer in silence when friends suggest public transport to me.

Anonymous 2611

>>2610
That's so awful, anon. It's one of my biggest fears. What happened, if you don't mind talking about it?

Anonymous 2612

>>2611 the TLDR is a crazy extremist tried to blow up the train I was on, whilst simultaneously playing weird footage at me. I left at the first available stop screaming down the platform and the police took me home and updated me on the mans arrest etc later. They told me he was a "big deal" in such circles which fucked me up more tbh.

This makes me sound like a crazy person but I don't want to go into too much detail because I convince myself sometimes the evil group who cannot be named will come and get me if I talk about it publicly.



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Making up a new identity Anonymous 2614[Reply]

>Have you ever lied about your past?

>Have you ever made up a new identity for yourself?


I'm considering doing this.
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Anonymous 3667

Can't remember if I made this thread or not but I've been feeling like wanting to do this for a while.

What I ended up realising is that "you" are not static and that each new person that meets you will mostly base their overall perception and understanding of you on present day "you" and not every version of "you" that has existed and that is still in your head. For example, I did really badly in important high school exams and in college, yet the last few years I took some courses online, worked hard, and did well. My partner vaguely knows I didn't do well before but has only seen the version of me that works hard and so considers me to be that type of person while someone from my past would totally disagree. Neither of them are wrong from what they knew but the person from the past is not correct for present day me.

Basically, you don't need to make up a new "you", you need to become it.

Unfortunately there will always be some times where annoying people will ask straight off the bat where you went to college 10 years ago (so they can tell you about the amazing place they went), or when you're in a job interview and need to list every job you've ever worked, but for the most part it's actually pretty easy to be light on details you don't like about your past.

I also think telling some white lies about yourself to people you don't know well to cover up personal issues is fine, provided you're willing to accept that they might be a time where you have to own up and explain why you lied. Making up a completely new identity is just too easy to make a mistake with and then have everyone turn against you.

Rereading this thread, I see that these two posts already said the same but I guess I had to realise it for myself:

>>2622
>Dating is for fun, not for bullshit history lessons or something like that.

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Anonymous 3685

>>3307
same here, i had a revolving door of short-lived relationships when i was younger where i would get attached and then they would be gone. so i just stopped attaching, then it accelerated a lot in the last few years with me just not keeping many people around.

Anonymous 3687

>>3685
same for me too

Anonymous 3695

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>>3599
I became more outgoing, dressed more stylish, actively worked on being more caring and accepting of others. I pretended like I was thriving and it eventually manifested itself.
I dumped all former connections to any friends before college as they were mostly toxic anyway.

>>3667
Everything here holds true, in my situation I never talked about what I was like beforehand so I had never actually lied about anything. If somebody asked I was upfront about wanting to have made a change in myself and most people accepted me for who I am currently and not who I was.
No human is static, change is the only constant in life (as mushy as that sounds it's true).

Anonymous 4429

In 2011 I made an artist persona.
I'm a shut in and I identify more with the persona than who I am physically. My personality no longer matches my face. Communicating in public feels strange and exposing.
Be careful.



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"The Death Valley Germans" Anonymous 1042[Reply]

German tourist family disappears in the Death Valley. Random guy starts a blog while he tries to investigate what happened to these people and at the end he found out exactly what happened. This is his blog http://www.otherhand.org/home-page/search-and-rescue/the-hunt-for-the-death-valley-germans/ and I 10000000% recommend reading everything. It was an amazing investigative work from this guy.

Anonymous 1356

>>1042
Thanks for posting this. I grew up close to Death Valley, and this story gives me a mixture of nostalgia and envy. One must love a good mystery.

Anonymous 4351

>>1042
Old ass necrobump but this was an interesting read!

Anonymous 4416

>>4351
I like to see when someone is reading years-old archives. Cheers!

Anonymous 4418

>>4351
good find anon, it was an interesting story



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Card readings 2991[Reply]

Ask a question and I will try to answer it using my cat themed oracle deck.

If other anons want to do readings here too go ahead
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Anonymous 4115

bump

Anonymous 4117

Will I get what I’m looking for if I travel.

Anonymous 4118

Should I stop trying?

Anonymous 4176

Can I have a general reading too?

Anonymous 4178

>>2993
Anon, you are so right, I get it now, thanks.



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House Anonymous 4014[Reply]

Whats inside the house?
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Anonymous 4023

>>4022
A young lady looks out the window. A smug grin can be seen on her face.

Anonymous 4024

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>>4023
indeed, her twin sister came over to visit her

Anonymous 4025

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>>4024
but looks like an uninvited guest wants to join in on the fun…

Anonymous 4027

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>>4025
Omg it's Watame!

Anonymous 4396

>>4016
>>4016
OPEN THA DOOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Anonymous 4376[Reply]

Any good books about witchcraft and occultism? And something in the spirit of Pseudomonarchia Daemonum?
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Anonymous 4389

>>4388
>occultism isn't a religion, it's essentially an umbrella term for various beliefs, practices and rituals involving forces which fall outside the realm of traditional science or religion.
I understand what occultism is, most occultists don't adhere to the teachings of a religion because they don't want truth, they want a sense of truth and power so they read about bullshit topics that have so little to them. It functions the same as religion for its practicioners, though even the practitioners themselves recognize its so loose it can't be called a religion. What people look for in occultism is the same as what they look for in religion, but it isn't a religion. Most of it is so blatently fake and stupid, but they choose to ignore this because, "it would be so cool if I could cast spells and shit like Harry Potter."

>As far as believing in something because you want to believe in it, rather than because you actually believe in it, I think this is a very interesting point. Do you think a Christian with above average intelligence believes, literally, that Christ turned water to wine? What would it mean for someone to believe in the doctrine of Christ, to believe in the power of the religious texts, yet deny that water could physically be turned to wine (for example)?

A christian perspective, Christ was not man but God. God can do anything and doesn't have to adhere to the rules of the physical world like mortals do. This being said, if they truely believe in God it doesn't matter that it makes no sense,because god transcends the physical and his miracles and nature don't have to make sense to mortals. They weren't there to witness this event, so they can't say otherwise.
Christians do actively have to convice themselves, often times they'll talk about losing their faith and having to pray to renew it. So they do choose.
I believe the purpose of other religions is much more productive though. Religion was created to give man purpose and calm his existential fears (caused by sentience) and to keep order so society can function.
Both sentience and civilization are crimes and anomolies, nature's mistake. They shouldn't ever have existed, so you need a new force to help enforce them, and that is what religion does.
Religion's intention was always to unite (though often it divides), aPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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Can this stop being a debate thread? Can someone actually recommend books or discuss them here instead of arguing how bullshit or childish occultism is?

Anonymous 4392

>>4389
You acknowledge that "occultism" as a word refers to various disparate beliefs, yet you seem happy to generalise them all. Not all occultists/esotericists are Wiccans or LaVeyan Satanists. I agree that many people who might consider themselves occultists have half-baked ideas and are more interested in aesthetics than in philosophy. But these people can't be taken to represent all occultists. Not all occult systems of belief are woefully underdeveloped.

>Religion was created to give man purpose and calm his existential fears

I'd agree with this, though I might take issue with the idea that religion was "created". However I think that any number of ideologies or philosophies can provide a person with a sense of purpose, including political, religious and occult beliefs. Whether or not you or I agree with the doctrines underlying these beliefs is irrelevant, they provide a sense of purpose nonetheless.

>Both sentience and civilization are crimes and anomolies, nature's mistake. They shouldn't ever have existed

This is a matter of personal belief, clearly.

>…so you need a new force to help enforce them

Why? This seems like a bit of a leap in logic. There's no reason to prefer this to, for example, aiming for the destruction of all sentient life and civilisation, or simply accepting the absurd nature of reality. Again, this is your personal belief. I'm not saying it's right or wrong, but it's a belief, and clearly one which underlies your worldview. There are different beliefs which underlie certain occult worldviews which are radically different to your own.

>Occultism is so loose it can't unite

Yes, naturally. Occultism is not a religion. Perhaps the goal of Satanism is to "unite", or perhaps the goal of Thelema is to "unite". But occultism has no goal, because people who would be called occultists have very different goals. They don't all share a single belief system. This would have made more sense if you had clarified exactly which occult beliefs you're referring to.

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Anonymous 4394

>>4392
It is a matter of personal belief, and the majority of occultists are as you described, and its the brand of occultism that I dislike for the reasons I stated:
>many people who might consider themselves occultists have half-baked ideas and are more interested in aesthetics than in philosophy.
That brand of occultism, most occultism, is for children and for people who want cheap religion with nearly no purpose. That kind of loose belief happens to be the least strong and most absurd of all religions, reflecting the intelligence of the practitioners, another reason it appeals to kids. Most of them even recognize how false it is, like Satanists. Satanic magic as depicted in the Satanic bible reads like a shitpost.
>>4391
I can't think of any other occult books I read, but if I remember any more I'll post.

Anonymous 4538

>>4394
Most occultists aren't children, you're just a retard who think that occultism is for le edgy teenagoors. Occultism and occultists are no more or less pathetic than any other theists or pagans.



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Have you ever felt like you had no personality, no consciousness, that you were just... Blank? Anonymous 3228[Reply]

I'll start. I have felt like I am not real on several occasions. Most recently, right now as I'm typing this. Has any anon felt this way?
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Anonymous 3405

Yeah but it only happens when I'm either really tired or angry/stressed/depressed.

Anonymous 3406

>>3402
Same, I think it's normal and healthy to not obsess over "who you are" when you're not around other people, as well as to have different "egos" that you present to different groups of people.

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Anonymous 4341

i just feel really fucking bland, nothing redeeming of me and i just feel like bore the shit out of people, and sometimes i’m just sitting there like i’m a blank slate who just listens to other people’s conversations

Anonymous 4363

I feel like I have no personality, but I'm self-aware. I can feel my personality starting to shift the longer I spend with others, even if I don't want it to. I feel like a sponge that can't help but soak up other people's selves, and the only way to avoid it is to isolate myself.



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The creepies PM you get? Anonymous 2402[Reply]

Post or tell here the most creepiest pm you get..
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Anonymous 3988

>>3384
This made me laugh out loud. Fuck

Anonymous 4339

>>3384
I feel like he was just trying to be funny. But I suppose you'd know him better than me.

Anonymous 4340

>>2427
Late, but it isn't acceptable here it all started when indian government started a program to give millions of poor and illiterate people Internet in hopes that they would make good use of it, better their lives
A company named jio also launched its very cheap 4g Internet in villages and communities of oppressed lower castes also some other minorities etc
They didn't use it the intended way rather browsed porn with it
Cities removed free WiFi pretty much from everywhere after this government also banned porn that they would get bored from all of this

Anonymous 4347

>>4340
And no one is surprised

Anonymous 4354

>>4347
Yeah bad decision but it was made so they would educate themselves and better their lives themselves but this happened instead
Cheap internet was a mistake



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What are your thoughts on the Cameron Herrin case? Anonymous 4252[Reply]

Is it possible to be "too pretty for prison"? For those who don't know, here are two youtube vids to fill you in.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPELi383Z_0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdsZWqYIb7c&t
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Anonymous 4319

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>>4305
This is you.

Anonymous 4321

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>man crushes mother and toddler child to death with his car he got from his rich daddy while illegal street racing
>normies want to release him because he's "so cute"
Do normoids even possess self-awareness? Fucking hell, i hate these people so so much.

Anonymous 4323

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It’s just so tiresome. Why can’t normies stop simping for murderers. We’ve seen it dozens of times already

Anonymous 4327

>>4276
>>4323
Screw that, I sure as hell do not know these people. What I am well acquainted with is moids who derangedly loved american history x, so as far as I'm aware, the way that people normally think of a guy being too pretty for prison is in the sense that he seriously fucked up by ending up there and should have been aware that crime-options are a privilege that he had ended up exempt from.

Anonymous 4334

>>4323
Most women are disgusted by serial killers The fuck are you talking about lmao.

And everyone is so quick to point these weirdos out but not the abundance of men who fap to violent porn



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