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Hey /x/, I've got a problem. Between the ages of three and six, my girlfriend had this shadow figure that would follow her around basically wherever she went, even if it was out of state, etc. She hadn't seen it since then until about a week ago when it started showing up again after almost fourteen years. It only seems to show up when it's dark, and it's usually in her room, but it does go other places, and it scares the shit out of her. We were in her room a few days ago and she freaked out and started crying, saying that it was standing in the corner of her room, but I wasn't able to see it.
From what she says, it looks humanoid, but doesn't have any notable features except for white eyes and a mouth that it will open occasionally. It also hasn't attempted to harm her, but it has allegedly growled at me.
I'm unsure as to whether or not it's a real entity since I was unable to actually see it, but I know that it's real enough to her, so I figured that if anyone, you guys would have some experience with this kind of thing. Is there any way to get rid of these Shadow Figures?
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Hey, /pol/. Rarely come here with my trip.
Ever curious about the rites of secret societies? Ever wonder how TEH JOOS use the mysticism of the Torah? Ever been curious about Europe's own flavors of ritual magick (Like the Galdrabok?)
I maintain a large library of of occult material, covering everything from A.'.A.'. to Yoga. 500 files larger than grimoar - (which clocks in at about 2500 texts), with lots of "exclusives" from TheOccult.bz.
The Freemasonry file is extensive, covering Craft, Scottish Rite, a little bit of York, SRIA, Memphis Misraim, and even has a large collection of original Illuminati documents in their native German.
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Let's do this /x/, and let's do it right.
Guides and info from the community:
How do you make a tulpa?
Read a few guides on to get an idea of what the process is like, then decide which guide will work best for you and follow it. Ask lots of questions and don't be afraid to experiment or even mix methods to make the experience as unique as possible, for only you know what works best for you.
Why should you make a tulpa?
It's a neat thing to have, serves as a companion, and can help with self introspection.
What is a tulpa?
The word comes from a Tibetan Buddhist practice.
In practice it's basically an imaginary friend, refined into an in depth practice that will eventually allow you to hear responses from it in your mind and potentially audibly, and even self imposed visual and tactile hallucinations of it. It's the ultimate mind hack.
Authors of books have reported occurrences like this, with the characters speaking to them or "writing themselves", it's not something that is necessarily a mental illness or deserving of stigma, but a productive practice if you want it to be.
Creepypasta, questions, personal experiences, and stories are always welcome.
Can someone explain what's going on?
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So many people nowadays are feeling so helpless,depressed and passive, tending to give up at whatever struggle they face. Also, people are becoming different - acting not in the ways they used to act. Some doing things they would absolutely refuse doing a couple of months ago, some simply doing things no one would have thought they could (on a social level, talking mostly) like they had nearly entire mind transplanted. People capable of so called paranormal things feel like they are being blocked and weakened.
I myself am empath. I could sense the emotions of people well even without talking to them, with some people even understanding the course of their thought. And since few weeks ago I feel like I'm looking at a barely transparent wall when I look at someone. Almost no idea what they think or feel, just the usual knowledge of facial expressions. Plus they seem to start to notice. Every time I consciously look at someone, they look back within seconds with some questioning expression, as if someone called them.
Anyone else feeling similar? Anyone with any clue on what's going on?
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The refusals and cospiracy theories of our age:
1) Gnosticism, the older one from wich all the other come: its the refusal of responsability for the evils of the world and the cospiracy theory according to wich its all the Demiurge's fault and the snake was the good guy.
2) protestantism: its the refusal of authority and the cospiracy theory by wich the church lies for no reason and the Martyrs let themselves to be tortured to death for known lies.
3) socialism: its the refusal to engage in economics and the cospiracy theory by wich mysterious creatures called capitalists rule the world masquerading like humans
4) objectivism: not exactly common, the refusal to be altruistic and the beliefs that the world is ruled by misterious creatures disguised as humans: the poor.
5) environmentalism: its the refusal to study science and actually care about the environment, preferring to persecute misteryous creatures disguised as humans: polluters, researchers experimenting on animals, butchers, clonate scientists not repeating the Party Line...
6) postmodernism: its the refusal of fucking everything because gkhtijbdukmgryjhdssss. Also the un thinking majority is subhuman.
8) racism, another oldie: jews/niggas/vietcongs/martians are mysterious subhuman creatures awarded mysterious powers by Satan.
9) whatever David Icke says. Basically on the same intellectual ground of everything listen above, but regarded as stupider for some reason.
Could we please stop shifting the Blame and solve problems for once instead?
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Hello /x/. I rarely visit this board so I haven't done much lurking here so I apologize for the newfaggotry, but I need your help. I'm not superstitious about "luck" or "chance," but for the past few years I've noticed after listening or watching certain media (i.e. Metallica & Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest in particular), bad things have happened to me. This really sucks because being the casual that I am, I enjoy things like Metallica and think Dead Man's Chest is the best Pirates. I've watched "Curse of the Black Pearl" and "At Worlds End" and nothing bad has ever happened to me.
The first time I watched "Dead Man's Chest," I lost many good friends a month after watching it. The second time I watched it, I was accused of raping a boy that I have never met before because of "circumstantial evidence." I had to rebuild my reputation again which sucked. After that, my mind connected the pieces to this particular film.
My question is, do you do anything you enjoy that gives you "bad luck?" Is there any way I can counter this "bad luck?"
It may be just my actions that lead to consequences, but any input would be appreciated.