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 No.68[Reply]

Guys, how come when I don't pray to G-d my life seems okay and I have a strong will. When I pray daily in the morning my life becomes very bad. I lose control and fall into bad habits. Why is this? Does anyone else have this happen?
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 No.113

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>Because you're moving your agency into something else rather than holding yourself accountable for what you do.

This is basically right. No one is as in control of your life as you. No one can save you or act more in your own interests than yourself. Throwing your own failures off onto an imaginary being is the ultimate excuse.

 No.118

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OP here, it's been weeks since I wrote that post and you guys who posted about agency are 100% correct, thank you. I realized one morning that I was expecting some miracle to happen and for me to just one day not be into the thing that was holding me back. I think that may be why "magick" may work so well for some because it puts you in the driver seat. Just a thought.

 No.119

you aren't praying to Gad by accident are you? That's an anxiety disorder.

 No.131

Stop making 'yourself' the new god, you are not really in control of your life either. It's not even beneficial to say that to yourself while knowing it's not true because it just breeds dumb businessmen and self-help idiots. The idea that anyone or anything in control of your life is quite a problem by itself.

If you really want to believe in some god and get things rolling though, believe in the god that is 'everything'. You can pray for a car by stealing one, or earning money for one, or building one. You can pray for nice weather but quickly realize that it's kinda useless and stop. God made the sky thunder? More like the sky thundered! Oh wow god is everything and everything is god! You eat, breathe and piss god, and god is the internet and everybody in this thread too. What now.

 No.180

I don't know which God you're praying to, but in Christianity we don't believe praying makes your life easier at all, really. God rewards us with wisdom, and that is all. God makes things right in the End, but here on this Earth? The wicked will prosper and and the righteous brought low.

If you buy into the popular "health and wealth" gospel that's so popular today you're going to be disappointed day after day after day. God may have a providential plan but he uses ordinary people to accomplish it. So pick yourself up and sort out your life. Wisdom to do that best is all you can expect in prayer



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 No.80[Reply]

Anybody know the best way to use magic and'or hack reality? Kind of like how pol memed a man into presidency or Yosoykafoshi ABe predicted anonymous. The only book iv'e heard of is Principia Discordia but i heard it was just satire
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 No.164

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>The only book iv'e heard of is Principia Discordia but i heard it was just satire
The PD isn't satire, it's a joke that you can choose to take seriously as a joke. It's also not about reality hacking exactly, it's the central Discordian religious text. Have a look (74 barely filled pages): http://www.principiadiscordia.com/book/1.php

I'm 99.9999999% sure you're confusing it with Prometheus Rising (by Robert Anton Wilson, one of the three authors of the PD) which is definitely related to reality hacking and is not satire, although it is written with a sense of humour.

After you've read that, drop some acid and watch The Mindscape of Alan Moore.

 No.168

>>80
Principia Discordia doesn't have anything to do with magic(k) though there are some discordian magicians/wizards/whatever-you-want-to-call-them.

Discordianism is a joke disguised as a religion and a religion disguised as a joke. You should read it.
Everything is true. Hail Eris. Hail Discordia. Fnord.

 No.176

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>>80
Hey. You can read Prometheus Rising, it's a nice book.

I'm uploading the Epub and a PDF of this book.

 No.177

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>>80
>Yosoykafoshi ABe

 No.178

>>177
Comedy gold



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 No.156[Reply]

What does /x/ know about the CIN? Retired CIA, academics, and other people work together to protect the reputation of each other?

https://www.muckrock.com/news/archives/2017/sep/21/cia-cin/
https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/docs/CIA-RDP90-00845R000100340002-8.pdf

 No.158

>link to pdf hosted on cia.gov
is anyone brave enough to investigate?

 No.159

>>158
It's 11 pages worth of text from 1986
I ain't reading all that soykaf

The title calligraphy is pretty dope though



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 No.1[Reply]

<tfm-wor> chisa: Please write a paranoid fiction novel.

 No.16

>>1

<tfm-wor> Depends chisa; is it free software?
<chisa> no
<tfm-wor> Not running it.

 No.17

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>>16
At least she provided a good reason.

 No.146

That was a good read, cheers.



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 No.134[Reply]

Anyone else remember weird soykaf with black helicopters in the days following 9/11?

Distinctive memory of seeing some black helicopters touch down in a parking lot in front of a grocery store and load up some people onto them.

 No.135

>>134
There was a lot of military activity on and immediately after 9/11. I remember seeing quite a few dangerously low flying military aircraft the day of 9/11. It was kind of scary at the time as of course I didn't understand what the purpose of their flights were. I thought perhaps there was another attack or a war was breaking out.

 No.136

Time to shill my favorite youtuber. If your attention span lasts no longer than 5 minutes, watch the first link. If it lasts an hour or two, watch the playlist on the second link. If you are prepared to sit down for several hours then click then third link.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuC_4mGTs98

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiA3K8CGQ-0&list=PL69102EF65A4FAD01

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DOnAn_PX6M



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 No.122[Reply]

What do you guys know about Nibiru? Is there no basis as my quick internet searches have led me to believe? Let me know your thoughts!
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 No.124

Nibiru is a supposed near-future collision between Earth and some other body (usually described as a planet). There are relationships between this theory and Sumarian tablets describing two suns, one with a comet tail. Additionally I have heard some recent videos have been taken by people supposedly showing this phenomenon but I haven't been able to track them down.

 No.125

>>124
Sounds like a grand time.

 No.126

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I come at this from the perspective of a person who is 99% convinced its absurd, so take what I say as you will.

As I understand it, Nibiru, though it sometimes has other names, is another supposed planet in the solar system, relatively large, who orbits in a rather elliptical pattern, that periodically passes close to the earth, or maybe collides. Supposedly, in the near-ish future, it will make a near pass with the earth, and likely bring an end to civilization as we know it.

In principal, this jives with orbital mechanics. if we believe that its on a very large, very slow orbit, its possible that it would have passed once, long ago, been observed, and be able to pass by again. There are comets with similar orbits, generally not planet sized, but perhaps we can entertain the idea that its possible some satellite of Jupiter, perhaps, was thrown out into a very large orbit at some time in the distant past.

Nibiru, from what I can tell, is supposed to have an orbit somewhere between several thousand years, and several hundred thousand. If we are to believe that it was observed by perhaps the Maya, or the Sumerians, as some sources seem to claim, it has to be on the range of a few thousand at most. Though many ancient cultures had reasonably developed astronomy in some respects, it seems a strain to suggest that anyone prior to the last few centuries could make reliable predictions of an objects orbit based on only one sighting. Halley's comet was likely long known because it came back reliably, every 76 years, if instead it came back every five hundred years, it would have taken at least 1500 years to figure out it was the same object, and to make predictions about when its going to show up again.

so: its unlikely that anyone predicted Nibiru to come long ago, but that doesn't mean its not coming now. If it has an orbit on the longer side, say, 500 000 years, its not unreasonable that it never would have been observed by humans until quite recently. We could characterize it as a very large long period comet, flying past on its single, or simply very rare visit to the inner solar system. The fact that its large would make it easier to see long before the close pass with the earth, which is essential if we can predict that its going to make such a pass to begin with, and not more than say, a few days or weeks before it happens.

While this is true, an easily observed Nibiru poses a number of difficult problems. NASPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.127

>>126
Thanks for the really in-depth reply!

Makes a lot of sense to me, I wonder if this phenomenon is perhaps more psychological or straight spiritual, since it seems the literal interpretation is fairly unfeasible.

 No.128

>>126
>If you really want some doom from outer space scenario to worry about
Solar flares powerful enough to burn all electric stations out will throw humanity in a perpetual stone age, as all surface ore and coal to reboot Industrial Age is long depleted.



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 No.39[Reply]

So in 1995 the CIA released thousands of documents in a FOIA that detail investigations they had done into psychological phenomena, focusing on remote viewing. They didn't find anything in the released files, but it's still interesting to read through what's essentially irl SCP files.

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/collection/stargate

 No.110

>be project stargate
>get into mind reading
SHUT IT DOWN



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 No.34[Reply]

We have an /x/ board so I thought conspiracy theories and government cover ups should fit right in. Whether it's Nazi gold, gay frogs or email leaks, what are the best and greatest global conspiracies?

This is a favourite video of mine titled "9/11 Trillions: Follow the Money". It is exactly what it sounds like, following the money through the corporations, government and political figures behind the event.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3xgjxJwedA
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 No.40

>>34
Best conspiracy's are the ones that were real:


The Dreyfus Affair: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dreyfus_affair


Project MKUltra: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_MKUltra

How the CIA brought Animal Farm to the screen :http://www.telegraph.co.uk/books/authors/how-cia-brought-animal-farm-to-the-screen/

Tuskegee syphilis experiment:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuskegee_syphilis_experiment

 No.41

My favourite conspiracy theory (that I made up) is that the Masons are involved in a global conspiracy to make it look like the Masons are in a global conspiracy to rule the world in secret. Their super secret meetings are really just a bunch of them getting together over beer and laughing as they read aloud nutty conspiracy theories about the Masons that they find on the internet.

 No.103

>>41
as a mason I approve of this theory

 No.107

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propaganda_Due

Illuminati Shadow Government was confirmed in Italy

 No.109

How about the numerous secret experiments the population was unknowingly subjected to? Hardly conspiracies since they are documented though.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Sea-Spray

This one is a favorite of mine. A gang in 80s Belgium engaged in high-profile, seemingly senseless/illogical acts of ultraviolence, active for years but never caught, no one is sure where they came from, and what happened to them after 1985. Theories about their motives range from mundane organized crime, left/right wing militias, to Operation Gladio and involvement with pedophile rings known as "Pink Ballets"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brabant_killers



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 No.101[Reply]

Site seems a bit better than most on comprehensive information about them.

https://www.thesurvivalistblog.net/building-a-faraday-cage/


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