How would you surruptitiously dispose of an occult book you want gone?

I have an /x/-tier book that I want gone. Not donated, gone. There's always the good ol' campfire but I live with my mom and I don't want her or our neighbors asking awkward questions.
>inb4 REEEEE
It's not a Bible or whatever your favorite religious text is. And it doesn't have anything illegal in it, I'm just against it for spiritual reasons.

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What book did you buy?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's an LHP grimoire.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Title? What's wrong with it that you want it "gone"?

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Title?
          What's the difference? It's of the genre of "draw these circles while burning this incense and Marquis Whatshisname will show you where gold is buried"
          >What's wrong with it that you want it "gone"?
          I'm pulling a Prodigal Son. I've seen what the left hand path has to offer, and I'm rejecting it.
          It's not lost on me how autistic this all would sound to a materialist, lmao.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            What do you think the right will give over the left?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            it isn't ur right to ask OP questions like this, it's also a waste of time, they've made their decision, just give them le advice.
            Anyway, you shouldn't have to do very much. Place ur hand on th book, and focus on it until you feel it's listening, then, with earnesty, ask for it to leave. Then place it in an wooden container, and just put it anywhere outside, it won't come back.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            wait no you wanted it gone
            through whatever means you have available, make it heavy enough to sink in water and throw it into a stream, it'll inevitably deteriorate

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Jfc I don't know why you're so anxious about the title. Even Lovecraft and Chambers at least named the book and play that served as the macguffin in their stories. This sounds like one of those treasure grimoires. "The Book of Treasure Spirits"?

            What do you think the right will give over the left?

            Could you at least have the courtesy to start with "NTA"?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I'm pulling a Prodigal Son. I've seen what the left hand path has to offer, and I'm rejecting it.
            This is why I prefer digital books, you could just hit the delete button and that's the end of it. Just keep the book as a reminder of how you've "evolved past the LHP", or are you afraid you'll go back?

            Oh, the RHP doesn't actually offer anything. The LHP actually offering something is what distinguishes it from the RHP. Every single thing about the RHP that I've read is some kind of self neutering, self castrating, masochistic life path, where your ultimate goal is to cease to exist and to unify with some divine power (lose your consciousness and ability to be self aware = TRUE DEATH).

            >It's not lost on me how autistic this all would sound to a materialist
            Materialist is just a made up nonsense term, because every biological creature that exists falls under the definition. RHP people are just hypocrites that give themselves special passes, and ironically the special pass incorporates more and more materialism the more we advance into the future.

            You live better than the average king of the far past. You eat better food, have better sanitation facilities, have better transportation, have better and more forms of entertainment, etc. The problem with this whole "materialist" narrative, is that the definition of "being materialistic" is subjective and it becomes more extreme as we advance into the future and life becomes easier.

            Every RHP person in the far past would consider the life you live now with internet, entertainment media, fast food, etc to be extremely materialistic.

            The irony is, there will be people like yourself 1000 years in the future who will still be talking about all of this RHP "I'm not a materialist" nonsense, while they go home to spend some time in virtual reality, living like a God in their own simulated world.

            LHP are the only ones that are self aware. You cannot separate materialism from a material existence (common sense).

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >how do I burn paper without my mommy knowing
    this isn't even remotely /x/-related

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just put it in a paper bag and throw it out in some public trash can.
    Stop being such a dramatic diva about this shit.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    drop it off on a public library shelf
    that's what a library is for

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      this. I've never found an unmarked book at the library, but you best believe I'm taking it with me if I do. Unfortunately, OP is the type of helpless homosexual to be unable to dispose of a fricking book properly, getting to a library might be a little too difficult.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    OP I would recomend burning it.
    You don't need a campfire to do this.
    Just put the book in a backpack with a lighter and go for a walk in the woods.
    Find a place covered in rocks or dirt, and then set it on fire on the ground - making sure nothing else flammable is nearby.

    Or for a make-shift campfire, buy a stainless steel bowl from the dollar store, and burn the book inside the bowl.

    Now if the book wasn't of an occult nature and you wanted to secretly get rid of it, alternative methods would be to bury it, or to rip out the pages and throw them in a river, or just go for a drive and toss it in a ditch somewhere, or toss it in a lake.
    But because it has demonic energies, it is best to destroy it with fire, rather than polluting the nature energies.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I just toss them into the trash.
    The magic comes from connecting with the concepts, symbolism and experiences.
    A book is just a book

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