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>>31918089
This thread is talking about netflix originals and “adult animation” you really think they’ll appreciate jodorowsky?
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you guys ever see that show xfiles that one is pretty crazy
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>>31912528
>XFiles The Movie
On that note, I'll still recommend the X-Files show.

Furthermore, I offer up its inspiration, Kolchak: The Night Stalker.
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Plan 9 from Outer Space, directed by Ed Wood

Who influenced Tim Burton, who made Mars Attacks

Unrelated, but great: Shadow of the Vampire
Also, must see: The Spanish Prisoner
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>>31913253
this sucks. if you've never seen it dont waste your time

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Sleep paralysis is a very pleasant spiritual experience, which can help the average citizen to come closer to enlightenment. You get the chance to talk to divine, otherworldly entities like shadowpeople, demons and so on (the Yin of the cosmos).
What are the general causes for a sleep paralysis? Insomnia, disrupted sleeping patterns, narcolepsy, PTSD, anxiety disorders and panic disorders.
Knowing these causes, we can now create a proper guide on how to acquire these features to come closer to our final goal of sleep paralysis.
- Insomnia: You could simply try to stay awake as long as possible with games, work or whatever - or you take the more efficient route of snorting 5000mg of caffeine through your nose. Caffeine in high doses will also help you with anxieties (help in the sense of making it worse - better for our purposes). Alternatively you can also try doing amphetamines for similar reasons.
- Disrupted sleeping patterns: Goes somewhat hand in hand with the previous point. You can go for the longterm strat and simply constantly switch the time of when you are going to sleep. Mo 6AM, Tu 6PM, We 7AM ....
- Narcolepsy: If you go for Narcolepsy, you should go for type 1. Narcolepsy type 1 is a disorder marked by the loss of neurons in the brain that are responsible for making hypocretin, also known as orexin, a chemical that helps regulate wakefulness and sleep. People with NT1 have a loss of 90% or more of the normal number of hypocretin-making neurons. The simple method here is to take very high doses of Suvorexant or Lemborexant. They will block your orexin receptors. By taking high doses for a prolonged time, you are going to get closer to your goal. Other drugs that might help are prednisone, beta blockers and hormones such as oral contraceptives.
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>>31915906
>On the third day as I was crying I started to feel I was being looked and as I turn around there is the Hat man 1 meter from me.
Supposedly whatever the hat man is, it is called forth when one is anguished for prolonged time. Either it's drawn to such, feeds on such or/and is an actual culprit behind what one feels at that point, finally there to collect.
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>>31914519
Meds, now
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>>31916183
>Either it's drawn to such, feeds on such or/and is an actual culprit behind what one feels at that point, finally there to collect.

From my research lot's of stories i found even in the old 2000s internet it also appears near death causes or sleeping in an rare place.

Very weird i would not have ever believed it if it did not had happened to me.
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when i was a kid i woke up to a beaver staring right in my face. i thought it would attack me if i moved so it took hours of me just laying there until finally realizing it was just my blankets shaped sorta like a beaver face
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>>31906548
5g of caffeine is unsafe to the point of lethality. At 1 gram i get mild panic and unsteady stance/gait.

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>>31917375
FUCKING DO IT!
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>>31917452
no
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>>31917624
pussy
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C
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I used to have this recurring dream of being stuck in this big dark hotel/mansion-esque house. I would open a door and every door led to a staircase and it didn't matter what floor I went to, the door would always just lead to another set of stairs. The feeling of dread in those dreams was so real. It was like something was chasing me, but at the same time not. And I would get frustrated as there was no exit in site.
What could this dream have meant? I haven't had this dream in years.
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>>31918172
This wasn't pleasant. The dream would almost always start out like any normal dream, but I would eventually end up in those never ending staircases. I would open a door in the dream and there I would be. I remember actually knowing that the dream had changed from whatever it was into this and thinking "NO NO NO NO NOT THIS AGAIN". The staircase was always dark and no light, pretty much like picrel in my first post.
If it happens again, which I doubt it will, I will try to embrace it more
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>>31918142
sounds like a metaphor for rebirth to me
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>>31918142
>The feeling of dread in those dreams was so real.
Then you shouldn't watch Run Lola Run (Lola Rennt).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd2Ce3LKi8A
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>>31918142
I have no idea what that could mean but I'm having similar dreams. Not with stairs but elevators (I have an irrational fear) and it doesn't matter how many levels I go up or down (sometimes they go left-right) I always end up in the same corridors with the same doors leading nowhere and the same sensations you describe.
There are no monsters, no ghosts, but the feeling something is chasing. I never get to leave the building.
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>>31919213
What would happen if you let whatever is chasing you get to you?

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Beltane
https://youtu.be/A6sHsqv5sdM

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What making money does is solve your financial problems. This will remove a bunch of things that could stand in the way of your happiness, but it won't make you happy. Most of the time, in order to make money, you have to become a very anxious, high-pressure, hard-working, competitive person for 40-50 years. and this will drains your soul,In my life, I see every day people from all social classes losing their health and people losing their lives,
dont 't be obsessed with a “career” just looking for the least annoying way to afford food and shelter
The true happiness is within you,Your soul is your capital.
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>>31912650
He told the Israelites who wanted to be saved to sell everything because their people would be judged and their city and temple destroyed in their lifetime (70AD).
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>tf poor
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>>31911982
"money cant buy happiness" - rich people
"looks don't matter" - attractive people
"im a massive faggot" - OP
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>>31912241
And this right here is the main dilemma I face with all of this. I'm considering building a cabin in the remote wilderness and attempting to grow my own food, but that is not an easy thing to plan or pull off. I'm very sick of feeling trapped like this.
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Hedonic Treadmill
Nothing will make you happy forever.

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Ok guys, thoughts on sk^nwalkers? Experiences? Warnings? I don't know if it's a tree that needs to be barked up. Thanks in advance.
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>>31917209
I wouldn’t worry about it.
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>>31917270
Bad juju my man, shits scary.

>>31917318
Thanks man, hope you're right.
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>>31917209
You'll be fine
Skinwalkers are mostly human, so they won't magically appear under your bed in the middle of whatever city you live in.
And even if you somehow find some, bullets work well.

However do not fuck with wendigos.
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All those aztec blood gods pictograms were made after the cristianty settled there, those are made up lies by the christian church in america, just like the wooden man of the bretons and the romans child sacrifice, christcuck bullshit
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>>31919010
Whats the difference exactly? I need a refresher.

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where are you again? the ticking grows louder.
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>>31919067
>where are you again?
see: >>31917453

learn how to use the catalog

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If meditation is as great as you claim it is, why does its country of origin (and the country where it's practised the most) look like this?
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>>31914206
Oh wow. A 16th century Brit wrote something disparaging about another culture.
I'm convinced.
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>>31918336
>Brits were in India in the 16th century
>Brits are named Babur

When your only historical knowledge is "white people bad" memes.
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>>31918454
Fair enough. Was a Muslim and not a Brit.
>4chan has respect for the sandniggers now
The point still stands.
Should we accept the descriptions of the mlecchas and chandalas from Indian scholars that all wrote about how great they were and how horrible every other place was?
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>>31906231
No.

>>31905806
Any culture or religion which teaches people to be unproductive is a failed system. Men should constantly be striving to improve their own position and the world around them. The achievement of these goals is among the greatest of mundane pleasures, and is necessary for true fulfillment.
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>>31917160
Agreed.

My turn, Annunaki.
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>>31918980
Wow Netflix is making a chris-chan documentary
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>>31919055
Kanye’s the og furry

Deliver Signs.
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I don’t understand this at all there’s nothing there. Weird
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>>31917977
Check them
I see you
>DS
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>>31917977
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>>31918202
whats up?

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Is "luck" real?
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edelweiss
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It is said that the four-leaf clover is Lucky. It's lucky because it defies St. Patrick's Trinitarian concept of God. All clovers don't have just three leaves...
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>>31905976
Put $500 on a Black Jack table and find out ;)
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>>31906683
The evangelical invision of /x/ has hurt this board more than any other
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>>31905976
No

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Why are they like this /x/?
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>>31918795
Ash Ketchum, his yellow pet Pikachu, and his human friends explore a world of powerful creatures. Ten-year-old Ash aspires to be the greatest Pokémon (pocket monster) trainer in the world. To do this, he enlists the help of many friends, and his own Pokémon, Pikachu.
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>>31918778

We get it, you've never read the books.

*tip*
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>>31918912
They did have a manga, but it was made after the show, so I don't really consider it canon.
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>>31918935

>I'll rerelease The New Testament with tape on my eyes so they're slanty and add "-kun" to the names

*le tip tip tiiiiiip*
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>>31918975

Please tell me some success stories of using LBRP
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I did lbrp
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>>31918529
Any significant improvement in your life after?
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>>31918019
Did it for 4 years daily, along with some other stuff.
In that time, I went from loser barely being able to pay my rent to...
>Graduating from a college program
>Getting out of Debt
>Writing 11 books
>Becoming a manager at my office
>Coming into enough money to start my own business
>Getting a girlfriend also into magick
>Destroying my anxiety
>Curing my depression
and many more things. It wasn't just LBRP tho. Look into Lyam Christopher Thomas's book, "Kabbalah Magic".
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>>31918019
Lbrp is a cleansing ritual, is not supposed to do anything on its own

Can we talk about the elephant in the room? The satanic tranny club that has dominated movies, television, music, royalty, news, politics, history, religion and business for hundreds, if not thousands of years now. It’s neigh impossible to find a real man or woman in the content pushed on us by tptb. They have been subverting and inverting everything in our world for generations. Goes back to the statue of ladyboy liberty being modeled after the castrated Attis from 1250 BCE in Greece. Lucifer is Satan is a tranny with a torch too.

Here’s a video about how to spot them using gender markers and biological features.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/AQEU5ijZZ2my/


The deception is real, the world is a lie. Don’t take the blue or red pill. Be sober, stop taking their drugs.
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>>31918961
The Rebis is based and alchemy pilled. Trannies are just kitschified eunuchs.

This is represented into the marriage ritual, the two genders in union with each other to make a whole completed human once again.




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