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Hey /x/, I don't know if this story meets your requirements or whatever, and I don't know if it'll be spookyenough4u but the one thing I can say in its favour is that it is absolutely genuinely true. I know most posts here start like that but this is something that genuinely happened, which I thought I'd share with you.
So I was teaching English at a school in Thailand over the summer. One day these boys come up to me and yell that they saw a ghost in the school. Thai people adore ghost stories, and the kids often stayed after dark at the school to play games or prepare for events (Thai schools have events/competitions/sports days like twice a week), so this didn't really impress me. Especially when they mentioned the ghost had been a girl in a school uniform I immediately realised there had just been a girl staying late when they had been there. Apparently she ran down the corridor, past the room they were in. Seemed reasonable for the way Thai kids got on in the school. I promptly forgot about it until a few days later when one of the teachers told me he had seen a ghost. When he described a similar figure, I put it down to the rumour travelling through the school. A few other teachers told me they'd seen it, a girl in white running around the football pitch at night. Some of them mentioned the school uniform which I thought was proof they were repeating a rumour, since it'd be hard to spot something like that at a distance.
The person who spoke most English at the school was the assistant director, and one day at lunch I mentioned the ghost stories to her, since we'd been talking about how Thai people love ghost stories. She told me amusedly that before she'd joined the school, a kid had actually died on the school grounds. I was pretty interested and asked what happened, but she said she didn't know, and told me to go ask a certain teacher who'd been there at the time.
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Complete OTO materials:
>Kiss of the Yogini (Introduction to Vama Marg/Kaula)
>Ararita: Elaborations on the Star Sapphire
>Secrets of the Kaula Circle
>Liber 414 (De Art Magicka)
>The Inscrutable Palace (11th degree OTO instruction documents)
>OTO Rituals and Sex Magick pt. 3 (The degree rites)
>Shri Yantra and Sidereal Astrology (contains the subtle key to many of these mysteries, tied to the planets and stars)
>The Equinox Vol. 5 No. 4 – Sex and Religion (A rare volume with analysis on many important documents, including Ida Craddock).
>Yoni Tantra (another Tantra which talks about these matters in a direct way)
>Secret Rituals of the OTO
Plus, as a supplement
>Various internal OTO administrative documents, including: Initiation forms, financial reporting, advanced study material, snippets from the early Kabbahas, application for charter to initiate, degree confirmation certificates, EGC documents, bylaws, local body closure forms (a fun holiday prank, forge the signature of the LBM and mail that fucker to Grand Lodge), illustrations for temple furniture, policy memos, etc.
It's everything you need to make your own OTO!
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The patriarchal imbalance is coming to an end. Dec 21 2012 was the exact point when the re-emergence of feminine energy began. Alot of you know that something has been changing profoundly, well this is it. For so long, manhas controlled religion, media, government, and the family. We had a good run, butthe time of shift is upon us.
This doesnt mean you will start watching bravo channel, drinking moscato, and wearing high heels, even though a lot of you faggots probably do that already. It does mean we are all, men and women, moving towards balance, which will be better for everyone.
Tulpa, servitor, and general thoughtform discussion thread
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I actually remembered the subject field this time
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>Guides and info from the community:
>General DO and DO NOTs and FAQs:
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.
Questions, personal experiences, and stories are always welcome.