What is the greatest esoteric secret ever known?

What is the greatest esoteric secret ever known?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If it were to be told then it wouldn't be a secret.You must find it on your own.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's incredibly gay.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I’m god

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      So is everyone else

      That means no is god

      Is /x/ nuatheist now

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        What kind of dumb logic is that if everyone was white would white people not exist?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Is there is no one else to compare to then they would be just people

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >So is everyone else
        >That means no is god

        WE ARE ALL ALIVE SO NOBODY IS ALIVE

        are you that reatarded?

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Many old sacred esoteric text and art are allegorical blueprints for advance high technology. This isn't the biggest secret though but just thought this would be a good thread to share that.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Got any examples you could share, Anon?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Secret teachings of all ages by mainly p hall Is a good start but you're never gonna truly understand the book unless you study how Mason speak in code and figure out to read between the lines. Museum of tarot has a good video on this on tiktok. I know tiktok doesn't seem like the ideal place for spiritual knowledge and it is very much a poisoned well but it does connect you to the right things without the inference of big tech companies like Google. Also you should know that whole that entire book is a misdirection never ever trust a mason but do study the words they put out.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >secret teachings of all ages by mainly p hall
          its just new age theosophy garbage.
          I could stick my penis in a fan and say it's just as esoteric and mysterious.

          Got any examples you could share, Anon?

          Go read up on metaphysics (partial philosophical-religion pulling to the study of the physics of the physical world with some superstitions) and the relationship to current physics (already academic studies leaving aside the superstitions).

          the egyptians had their thing with seeing the seasons, for example seeing the rise of the nile.
          most cultures have it.
          even india has them with the weather and rainy season.
          the same with the nordics when freya's winter came.
          the greeks are in the same with the eleusinian mysteries.
          the same with nomadic american tribes when rotating in seasons for food.
          This is old technology in relation to religion and climate.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            fr fr
            bussin
            good looks wes n lis

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I literally said the book was designed to misdirect readers lol.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I don't see how people from different cultures practicing crop rotation and observing seasonal changes so to better plan their farming is supposed to be top tier occulted knowledge. That agriculture 101,basic stuff.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          All I got from that book is I am
          You?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            All I got was I Know.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I'll give you another clue. The model of a free energy machine is the merkaba. Electricity. Positive. Negative. Mercury. Meangetisim. Current. Up. Down. Down up. Goodbye

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          check'd
          like at this point are you just letting Amy show off her mom?

          https://voca.ro/1aPgDnJ5AHfA

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Red mercury is a wrong turn on the path to gravitational thrust. Spinning, however, a neat trick. You "generate" gravitons by spinning a hyperdense mass very quickly in a circle perpendicular to the direction you wish to generate the thrust in. Congrats, I just gave you the secret to FTL travel.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            P.S. don't try this on your home planet you'll frick up our orbit.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            There's no such thing as a graviton. That's moronic.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Ok bud.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >so is not coming out back to the shed?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Gravity is a wave, catch up, larper.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I'm this anon

            Pretty much advanced technological secrets. It's all basically a paradigm of a separate science. So, the most secret esoteric secret is how a UFO traverses the realms. Funny thing is, it's really simple

            You're wrong. Gravity is not at all what you think it is. I'll drop a hint, it is a push, not a pull

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Near tautological distinction. What you meant to say is that gravitons have negative mass.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Faster than light travel is possible if you understand what light is. Here is another hint. Electromagnetic waves do not travel through empty space

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            He's referrring to something like Gaede's rope hypothesis. Either that or the Casimir effect, which is probably also not responsible for objects moving towards the ground.

            Negative mass is equational bullshit, ie moronic. We do live in some sort of mathematical matrix, but it doesn't work by just creating something in a space and flipping the sign on it. That's totally wrong and delusional, though it does feel kind of magicalm so I'm not trying to be a total dick.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >it doesn't work by just creating something in a space and flipping the sign on it
            Would you like to buy a positron?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Sorry bud, we're not doing this. This shit is written out of the script.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Is you by any chance a bit jealous? Also you're a moron for thinking that physics is any complete or solved or even compatible with itself. Theory is descriptive not proscriptive.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The fact is there�s billions of psi of negative pressure (vacuum) between 14.7psi and zero pressure but negative pressure (vacuum) is measured in air molecules per cc instead of psi. For example, the best man-made vacuums contain less than 100,000 air molecules per cc compared to about 30 billion billion (30�1018) air molecules per cc at sea level. The tremendous force produced by the best man-made vacuums is equivalent to the force produced by 440 thousand billion psi of positive pressure.
            Therefore, the force of the vacuum in a typical engine can be increased a lot more than 14.7psi shown on the vacuum gauge.
            However, measuring vacuum in air molecules per cc makes it difficult to compare the force of a vacuum to the same force produced by psi of positive pressure. Therefore, the example below uses psi of negative pressure to demonstrate that whether the same pressure differential is below or above 14.7psi at sea level it produces the SAME force.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            blah blah blah semiconductor production @ such and such tor, blah blah space at X tor, blah blah moon surface at X tor.

            Don't care. Good post but gfys. thx

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Waves are particles moron.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Alex Jones said the same thing but you made fun of him.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I don't know too much about Alex Jones but I never made fun of him and I used to watch his stuff before all the sandy hook drama and fame. He's definitely not who he used to be you can see the money and fame got to him. I was watching him and Mark dice by the time I was in 1st grade but im curious to know when he said that or where you heard that.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          He said it on Joe Rogan's podcast.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      imagine being this hylic

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Not him but right back at you, hylic. Magic and spiritual aspects of reality are still part of said reality and once you figure out reliable ways of interacting and utilizing them based on established principles, you can as well call them technology.

        https://i.imgur.com/8CdC9jd.jpeg

        What is the greatest esoteric secret ever known?

        Plenty of secrets and none which would work for you. You'd read the words and understand them on intellectual level but with such things, you need something more, you need that moment when it all "clicks" together. So even those few anons here who would know some secrets have no point in telling you. Some of the secrets are also technical and go beyond basics so you'd be unable to use them - what's the point of telling you which meridians and in which order you should move qi if you cannot consciously operate with it, have no dantian etc? What's the point for me to tell you how to integrate your subtle bodies or look past the perceptions you're used to when in flesh once you're out of body if you cannot project? And so on and so forth.

        Don't ask how to run when you cannot even stand up, yet alone walk.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [redacted]
    >10&2

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If I told you, you would go crazy. That's why we had to create a cult to gatekeep the schizos.
    and all is made up.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I can guarantee you I wouldn't.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    One of them is about to be revealed to the world.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Which?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The secret at the center of the Book of Revelation.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    homies be hating

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I need to pee and have for a while...

    do y'all have like a HAARP for traffic?

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The mind when it is looking on matter which is surrounded by disorder, it seeks to organize it in order and creates a mirror image of itself.
    Little esoteric tricks your mind will never tell you

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      what if the gods were actually just extreme spergs and schizos and people back then thought it funny to convince everyone these special folk were gods and to worship them. That's why this idiot stared at his own reflection until he drowned himelf, he's just moronic.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        differently abled

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Traps are gay.

    https://ascensionglossary.com/index.php/Consciousness_Traps

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >New age Cult infopedia-wikipedia
      cool
      and I thought only thelema had one kek.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        which is the thelema one?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      homie that link itself is a consciousness trap.
      These fellas love using Mr. Charles tactic from inception. Look it up people. Once you see it you see it. Limbo is a neutral place. Notice Leo’s character has to maintain fear in his target while playing as Mr. Charles so the target is forced to play along.
      If it is just a dream, nothing can hurt you.
      Mr. Charles reveals to you it’s a dream, but while convincing you that things can still hurt you in there so you must do what he says. Next you sell your daddy’s business.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Trump is a homosexual
    Written in sumerian
    15,000 BC on used clay tampon

  12. 3 weeks ago
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    Alayavijnana 🙂

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Anon, if it is the greatest secret, I am 100% certain that I can't tell you that.
    If you mean the greatest secret here on Earth, then that is easy, I know exactly what that is, but I can't tell you.
    It's a secret.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The path to ascention into divineness through the 33 vertebrate.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >or make a new age cult and frick hippie thots

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/BdfZaLZ.jpeg

      >or make a new age cult and frick hippie thots

      Uhhhmmmm... Excellent.

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    pee is stored in the balls

  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Pobody's nerfect

  18. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The big secret in area 51 is a poster of a girl with red hair, she's wearing a yellow rain coat and it says "do it for her." She is humanity's last chance.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I hate women so much.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        We know, that's why it had to be a woman

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >*wamensz
          >+strangerdanger?

  19. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus saves.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Well. . .I mean Jesus was a israelite.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Jesus was murdered by the israelites, that's not the same thing as being a israelite.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          being a israelite and "THE" israelites are very different things

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Moses Invests.

  20. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Care

  21. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Smoking (nicotine) is good for you.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      so geekbars are safe and even good for you?

  22. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You will learn many things via the sensory world, and it will not ease your misery.

  23. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Pretty much advanced technological secrets. It's all basically a paradigm of a separate science. So, the most secret esoteric secret is how a ufo traverses the realms. Funny thing is, it's really simple

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      How simple?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Whatever you believe is possible becomes what is possible for you.

      Simple once understood, but space being unfixed and blending into the astral with gateway/highways existing between worlds is too big a difference for people to switch to easily.

  24. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ego itself is everything

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >what men can look like

      https://i.imgur.com/BdfZaLZ.jpeg

      >or make a new age cult and frick hippie thots

      >what women have to look like
      What kind of hippy dreads hair and then puts in so much effort everywhere else.

      Sorry, off topic. Superficiality dooms.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Judging others by their looks is quite superficial

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >what men can look like
        >that a pajeet ego shit guru
        yeah sure man... ''Hylics'' KEK

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What sitting around doing nothing does to a mf

  25. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That Adam and Eve wore cut off jean shorts.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      We called those jorts back in the Old Testament

  26. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    probably the fact that humans "don't exist" in a way

  27. 3 weeks ago
    Trismegistus

    As it turns out, the relevance of what mystery appeals to you, and what you consider to be the most "occult" secret is completely subjective.

  28. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >what you consider to be the most "occult" secret is completely subjective.
    pretty sure the fact that the subject isn't even real in the strictest sense is still more occult than anything the subject can conjure up

  29. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The master key is the understanding of symbols.

  30. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    As above so below i suppose, since it's the most identifiable one across all traditions and esoteric models of mysticism and acts as a pillar.

  31. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >What is the greatest esoteric secret ever known?
    I have gnosis, so I can tell the actual truth.
    When I was 15 I had visions and the gods were talking to me. They sent me to earth to bring the truth to the human world. The gods live in the palace of Amaravati at the summit of the mount Meru. The king of the gods is Indra. They are fighting against the Asura, and the human world is the place where this fight is happening. All humans are involved into this spiritual battle.

  32. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Atman = Brahman

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Batman = Robin

  33. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There is no greater truth than all are one.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Well, it's close, but "all" and "one" are still dualistic concepts, and they're never the ultimate truth. Otherwise the Buddha would have said "the truth is: all are one", but he said that there are no words to tell the truth, and the only way to realize it is through direct expirience.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Wankery
      Stop doing shrooms

  34. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you can change for the better.
    >RNAT

  35. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    discord
    gg
    /57rY9Gme

  36. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    13. But now, O my Son, I will by Heads run through the things that are. Understand thou what I say, and remember what thou hearest.

    14. All things that are moved, only that which is not is immoveable.

    15. Every body is changeable.

    16. Not every body is dissolveable.

    17. Some bodies are dissolveable.

    18. Every living being is not mortal.

    19. Nor every living thing is immortal.

    20. That which may be dissolved is also corruptible.

    21. That which abides always is unchangeable.

    22. That which is unchangeable is eternal.

    23. That which is always made is always corrupted.

    24. That which is made but once is never corrupted, neither becomes any other thing.

    25. Firstly, God; secondly, the World; thirdly, Man.

    26. The World for Man; Man for God.

    27. Of the Soul; that part which is sensible is mortal, but that part which is reasonable is immortal.

    28. Every Essence is immortal.

    29. Every Essence is unchangeable.

    30. Everything that is, is double.

    31. None of the things that are stand still.

    32. Not all things are moved by a soul, but everything that is, is moved by a soul.

  37. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus Christ never existed.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      There is enough to suggest he did exist.
      But nothing to suggest he had any powers or did anything special.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        He is a mystic.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Existence is a spook.

  38. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I need more art like this, post what you have!

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      source?

  39. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    We are following the mathematical plan. Cryptic geometrical patterns in communication symbols. Numbers, letters, words, phrases, dates, art, everything. Underlying truth as God within the entirety of God as viewable from any perspective, yet hidden away, both our perception and the truth.
    Time represents growing complexity and reality becoming too complex is a certainty. It will likely become too complex in too many ways. Major overload. That doesn't at all mean it's the end, of course. Things that become "too" are usually remedied in some way. It will be incredibly intense though.
    Some people know the full layout of the plan, and are working accordingly to see it through.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Some people know the full layout of the plan, and are working accordingly to see it through.
      bullshit

  40. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    it's not occult because people hide it, it's because no one cares

  41. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    the elite work for the demiurge, he is real, we are in a probability farm of his amusement.

  42. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  43. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    filtering trip and namegays is the first step towards initiation

  44. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That the Truth will set you free to realize that you're still a slave.

  45. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    S* thic calendar. Great way to get banned. Siriusly, just try posting or commenting about it.

  46. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That Jesus Christ is Lord.

  47. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    how to get a gf

  48. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There will never be nothing. There will always be something.

  49. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    1*1=2

  50. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >What is the greatest esoteric secret ever known?
    I think the greatest esoteric secret is that all of esotericism itself is 100% for the purpose of misdirection, to keep uninitiated occultists who aren't from the right families, pointlessly focusing on and obsessing over theory and coded language, rather than focusing on practice and attaining actual abilities.

    This is why most occultists are armchair magicians, and the 2nd largest group that comes after are individuals who have never performed any real magic at all that affected observable physical reality in some way.

    You'll find many occultists boast about reading 100+ books, and then when you ask them what they've tangibly used magic for to improve their lives, the answer is nothing. They've never actually used magic, all they did was "see a vision", or "felt some energy", etc.

    But they can't even get themselves out of wage slavery. They've mastered the art of self delusion, so they think they are actually a mage.

    IDK, this is just me personally. If you are stuck bagging groceries or some other wage slave job, you will never convince me that you have magic abilities. Because there isn't a single ability that can defy natural law and affect reality, that you couldn't use in some way to get out of the rat race for monetary resources.

    The funniest thing to me is that in occult forums you'll see people posting about putting a curse on co-workers, bosses, etc, but for some reason they can't bless themselves so that they can gain the resources to never have to work again. If your blessings won't work, why do you think your curses will.

    Esotericism is just for larpers, it's a hobby, it's a waste of time, the people that obsess over it never solve it, because it's not there to be solved, it's there to distract you and waste your time and mental energy, so that you give up.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You mention armchair magicians, a valid point, but it seems you have little experience with people who go beyond that.
      >If you are stuck bagging groceries or some other wage slave job, you will never convince me that you have magic abilities
      That's the thing. Not me I admit, but there are people who could achieve success the way it's seen commonly, but it seems that most of them cares not to. They do their "wage slavery" because they find satisfaction in little things done or find worth in simple work. They're pensioners tending their little gardens or weird uncles doing odd works, too. I suspect it's at least partially because they only need a little to keep on going.

      It seems that it's easier to find accomplished (as in, able to show some abilities that made me surprised and defied physics) practitioners among the grey masses of the least interesting commoners (though it may turn out that after they die, despite being, say, a factory worker living in a studio apartment, they have a small fortune saved up which in their last will they divide between their grandkids). In some places, like China, almost all practitioners who can show you some crazy shit tend to goof off, get out of the government sight and live out their lives practicing their art in some small villages/remote communities, with family and friends as neighbours.

      I was told before - and I can absolutely believe it - that once you reach certain level of the divine - mundane, together with most of its allures seems not worth it by comparison beyond what good traits it exemplifies. You don't care about generating heat, attention and recognition of others, fame, fortune and respect of strangers. You care about your practice and about little joys in life, growing till it's time for you to die, move on and then spread your wings. At least that's how it tends to be for some folks I knew of. Maybe some rich mf is also a practitioner but he keeps it private as to keep his upper hand.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >They do their "wage slavery" because they find satisfaction in little things done or find worth in simple work.
        That's just a lie, a convenient excuse. If that same person won the lottery they'd quit their job and enrich the lives of their friends and families, but you want to convince me that they have magic abilities (which is better than winning the lottery) and they conveniently don't use it to improve their lives?

        Sorry, I don't buy it, never have and never will.

        It just sounds like a coping mechanism - "I'm just sooo enlightened, I'm beyond materialism"

        Ok, then why did they buy that gaming console, why did they buy that new laptop, that new smart phone, why do they want their wedding "to be special" and expensive instead of a simple cheap wedding with only a few family members and close friends?

        When you dig into these peoples lives, they only talk about how un-materialistc they are with respect to using magic, but they never apply that same level of restriction when it comes to the money they worked for.

        Why is are their lives so chaotic and unsatisfactory if they actually have magic abilities?

        >Maybe some rich mf is also a practitioner but he keeps it private as to keep his upper hand.
        I think it's most, not some.

        If you are passionate about something, wouldn't you want to place yourself in circumstances so that you focus more of your time on your passions?

        Why wouldn't an occultist with real abilities not get the mundane problem of finances out of the way, so that they can focus more of their time on less mundane things.

        If you are spending 8 hours a day making someone else wealthy, that's 8 hours that could have went into your occult practice, or your hobby, the art you paint, the music you compose and play yourself, etc.

        I will never believe anyone purposefully deprives themselves access to the free time to pursue their passions.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >If that same person won the lottery they'd quit their job and enrich the lives of their friends and families, but you want to convince me that they have magic abilities (which is better than winning the lottery) and they conveniently don't use it to improve their lives?
          Yes. And again, I can believe it. They don't see it as enriching anything. I have my own temptations toward some wealth but If they don't see it as improvement, why would they?

          Even more importantly, it fits what most occultists of many traditions over centuries all over the world wrote regarding one's mind. It's hardly a secret that in many traditions it's established that attitude, thoughts, perspectives and traits one exemplifies and refines in themselves that are one of the biggest factors behind spiritual development and thus ability to work magic. It's a reason why certain monasteries decline the offers to even let people into their sanctums, libraries etc for tons of cash yet they keep sending out their monks with begging bowls. It's also why upon attainment of siddhi, practitioners in many traditions are warned against fixating on such - as they should accept these abilities and move on, lest they deviate.

          The reason? Apparently you need as little indulgence of the worldly to have easier time reaching for the divine. What you consider enriching your life, to some of them may be fettering themselves and endangering their progress. And that's also why most occultists, especially of the weekend witch variety you speak of, with lots of reading and no practice, tends to be the petty kind who DOES seek occult means for the sake of mundane endeavors - love, power, control, wealth - and why they're least likely, even compared to regular folks just quietly doing their things - to get there.

          By now, I also consider it one of the reasons why such practices are still occult in the modern age - they're unthinkable to a person seeing life as built around acquisition of resources.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >If they don't see it as improvement, why would they?
            That's the lie, they do see it as improvement. I'm not talking about luxury here, I'm talking about buying time, the free time to actually live life. The 40 hours that you spend each week working can be used to spend time with your family, write that novel you always wanted to write but your work life makes life depressing and you don't have any passion any more, learn to play that instrument you always wanted to play, etc.

            There is no way that you can argue more free time isn't universally valuable to every living human. That's the best thing that money buys. I don't want an expensive car, a mansion, brand name clothing, etc, I want more free time, and if I had a magic ability I'd use it to quickly build wealth so that I could buy myself all the free time I wanted to do the things I actually enjoy.

            I don't think you see the glaring contradiction in saying that "they value the little things", when they could use money to buy themselves more time to enjoy the little things.

            The average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over a lifetime.

            THAT'S 10 YEARS!

            >It's a reason why certain monasteries decline the offers to even let people into their sanctums, libraries etc for tons of cash yet they keep sending out their monks with begging bowls.
            Which is ironically a huge contradiction and shows that they lack self awareness. They don't want to be "materialistic" but they can only survive by begging for scraps from people who value materialism. It's just hypocrisy.

            >Apparently you need as little indulgence of the worldly to have easier time reaching for the divine
            Has nothing to do with what I'm talking about. Occult abilities are not restricted to "the divine" nor do they revolve around subjective morality.

            >fettering themselves and endangering their progress.
            They don't have any way to accurately measure their alleged progress, their criteria is too subjective. It's just self delusion.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >The 40 hours that you spend each week working can be used to spend time with your family
            Then don't work 40 hours. Live simpler, work half-time. You can live off of that. And with practice you can manage workdays and spend enough time with close ones - it's not more the better, it's how quality it is.

            >There is no way that you can argue more free time isn't universally valuable to every living human
            Free time to do what? If you can contemplate things and find joy in your work, you don't need to lose it. You fall into the trap of assuming they hate their job they way you'd hate yours - in which case I refer you to the earlier post.

            >I don't think you see the glaring contradiction in saying that "they value the little things", when they could use money to buy themselves more time to enjoy the little things.
            Even I understand that little things to value come easy and often free, while appreciation of them often comes because they're treats from time to time, not something to gorge yourself on.

            >THAT'S 10 YEARS!
            And the practitioner I know would claim it's 10 years of good, honest work which helped refine his character, ply trade he was proud of and enjoyed doing, while providing for his close ones without having to "prostitute out" his spiritual gifts for it.

            >They don't want to be "materialistic" but they can only survive by begging for scraps from people who value materialism. It's just hypocrisy.
            No, hypocrisy would be to claim not wanting to be materialistic while seeking cash. They'd rather foster gratitude and dependence on the kindness of others, and I can think of quite a few reasons for it - from doing their things only where they're wanted (with voluntary donations being an expression of it) to humbling their monks.

            1/2

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >without having to "prostitute out" his spiritual gifts for it.
            >good, honest work
            This is mental gymnastics, it's cognittive dissonance. Selling your body for labor is still whoring yourself out lol. If they think using their abilities isn't "good" or "honest" then they should just stop practicing then, and go do some more "good" and "honest" things.

            If you read over a lot of the things you are saying, and you look at it honestly. You'll notice that there's a lot of "double speak", a lot of cherry picking and selective application of logic.

            Using magic to build a better life is whoring themselves out, but using their body to do so is not whoring themselves out too?

            You can't have it both ways.

            Honestly these people are just lying to themselves rather than accepting the truth that they are powerless and they don't actually have any real abilities at all.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >This is mental gymnastics, it's cognittive dissonance. Selling your body for labor is still whoring yourself out lol
            It seems you never derived satisfaction and pride from your work. It's a situation worthy of pity or sympathy but it's not how it is for everyone, and not for those I spoke of.
            >If you read over a lot of the things you are saying, and you look at it honestly. You'll notice that there's a lot of "double speak", a lot of cherry picking and selective application of logic.
            So far you've claimed hypocrisy when it wasn't, you just couldn't get the reasoning behind the decision and cognitive dissonance when there was merely completely different perception of things than you have. I start to think that any of what I share will be seen as mental gymnastics, because you cannot accept worldview different from your own, even as hypothetical thing to ponder rather than attack which begs me to wonder whether you think your worldview is already ideal and thus you're on a set path to great spiritual heights as you are right now, needing no refinement or you acknowledge lacking something/having a flaw that prevents you from manifesting acts of will, but can't wrap your head around stance so different from yours.

            >Using magic to build a better life is whoring themselves out, but using their body to do so is not whoring themselves out too?
            Using your spirit (magic) to acquire wealth and boons is whoring themselves out, but using their body - their mundane, physical aspect to perform basic tasks, fairly to continue existence on physical sphere of existence is not.

            The more you care about getting power with intent to indulge and dominate in regular life, the less you get power in spheres of existence beyond it. Sometimes the former will come with the latter anyway but concentrating on refining your spirit to get benefits in mundane life is like developing noble character and skills as a wonderful lover to then frick a few days old roadkill - not only ruins your progress but may give you other issues.

            describes it well. It's not only what you're doing but how, employing which faculties that matters. To go with comparison, it's like touching a roadkill with your hands to pick it up, bury it and clean the road vs having sex with it, something you should do only with your loved one.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >It seems you never derived satisfaction and pride from your work.
            Once again, more double speak. So now pride is something admirable. In another conversation I'm sure you will say that being prideful is a negative trait, or "pride comes before the fall", etc, but now pride is a good thing?

            There has to be consistent logic and standards, or else were all just going based off of our personal feelings, and at that point all arguments about what one should do and what is optimal or best to do is a waste of time, because people are just making arguments rooted in their emotions, and we all feel differently about different things.

            Debating opinions is a waste of time.

            >It's a situation worthy of pity or sympathy but it's not how it is for everyone, and not for those I spoke of.
            Everybody has experienced pride about their work, but the question is, are you proud of something that actually benefited you or improved your life, or are you just proud for no objective reason at all?

            Is it possible that the pride is blinding you from seeing how little value this thing you are proud of actually has?

            Is it possible that your pride is making you inflate the value of something that actually has low value?

            I don't think pride is a good thing, I think it's a detriment to most men, it blinds you from the truth.

            Things should be valued based on their actual value, not based on how you feel about them.

            >because you cannot accept worldview different from your own
            I accept it, I just don't agree with it and I see it as flawed and illogical. I see it as the mindset of someone that lies to themselves.

            >using their body - their mundane, physical aspect to perform basic tasks, fairly to continue existence on physical sphere of existence is not.
            This bullshit honestly. You are either whoring yourself out in both cases, or in neither case. You are projecting your subjective morals onto something that has to do with objective outcomes (resources).

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Once again, more double speak.
            More buzzwords. I start to tire of rebutting silly accusations: you were wrong when calling hypocrisy and cognitive dissonance. But third time the charm, so I'll rebuke the third buzzword term:
            No, it's not double speak. There's difference between pride and contentment in job well done and being a prideful prick. You either now stopped discussing things with me and try to look for things to attack or you lack ability to recognize those differences. I explain how people of certain spiritual power went through their lives, you shit on them, trying to force me into a role of their advocate, I explain things again, especially since most of your attacks are your own guesses, from how I assume how you'd do such things if you'd be in their place rather than attempts to understand their position. Repeat.

            >There has to be consistent logic and standards
            There often are, with subtleties that you seem to not notice (pride). In many places there are none such standards as people didn't need them - set such for yourself if you cannot do without, don't expect others to follow them.
            >but the question is
            That's your question not touching upon my point
            >I don't think pride is a good thing, I think it's a detriment to most men, it blinds you from the truth.
            Ironic, especially the "blinds you" part, when you cannot differentiate expressions of pride with vast differences between them.
            >Things should be valued based on their actual value, not based on how you feel about them.
            Value of things was often given to them on the basis of consensus of how people felt about them. But that's also beside the point. How you think things should or should not be doesn't matter, they are or they are not.
            >You are either whoring yourself out in both cases, or in neither case.
            Wrong. Maybe itd be so if it'd be you, but then if you don't see the difference, maybe that's why you're not fit to follow those men steps and reap similar occult abilities in reward.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >There's difference between pride and contentment in job well done and being a prideful prick
            That's subjective, that's your personal opinion. I see it as the same thing. Once again you are just applying subjective morals onto things and asserting that your moral perspective is objective, you just don't realize you are doing that.

            >you cannot differentiate expressions of pride with vast differences between them.
            You don't get to decide for everyone what "expressions" of pride are "good" and "bad". This is why I look at things from the lens of something being tangibly beneficial or not, because it's subjective to say what is "good" for every person.

            Winning the lottery tangibly benefits every person that wins it, being prideful in your job doesn't mean it actually benefits you, your pride in your work ethnic could be as misguided as the blind faith of someone in a cult.

            >maybe that's why you're not fit to follow those men steps and reap similar occult abilities in reward.
            1. What abilities? They don't have any, "feeling tingles" or "seeing a symbolic vision that you can't make decisions on" are not abilities. They are self delusion.

            2. Don't you see the irony in telling me - "You don't have abilities that you are restricted from using to tangibly benefit yourself" lol.

            If you told me that you had the ability to predict the lottery numbers but you don't use it for that, I'd assume there's some kind of hardwired restriction on your abilities when it comes to things that benefit you tangibly, and then I'd lose all desire to have that ability. I wouldn't feel jealous lol.

            This just sounds like a curse to me, like the universe trolling you. That's not power, that's a different kind of powerlessness. Like placing a cooked steak in from of a caged animal, all it can do is look on and yearn for it.

            The people you are describing are not enviable even if they had abilities, and they clearly don't.

            They have delusions.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >That's subjective, that's your personal opinion.
            There is an objective difference, in expression and different connotations. If you cannot differentiate them, that's some severe flaw in either perception or interpersonal ability.
            >You don't get to decide for everyone what "expressions" of pride are "good" and "bad".
            I didn't divide anything to good or bad, you did saying:
            >I don't think pride is a good thing
            Hypocrisy. I really start to doubt you're discussing in good faith, between wrongly accusing me of things, wasting my time so I elaborate and now arguing against YOUR own discernment I ran with.
            >What abilities? (...) are not abilities
            More of guesswork. Next time wait till someone actually tells you what.
            >Don't you see the irony in telling me
            It's perfectly logical - your stance and the way you think and perceive the world prevent you from getting abilities you'd like to affect the world in the way you want.
            >I'd assume
            Talking about hypotheticals I don't care for and assumptions that are useless.
            >I wouldn't feel jealous lol.
            No one accused you of being jealous. Now you're attacking people AND feeling defensive at the same time? I don't think this discussion is healthy for you.
            >This just sounds like a curse to me, like the universe trolling you.
            Not really. It's modern sensibilities and drives concentrating on the material and its wealth that are not compatible with existence where said considerations are of no importance.
            >The people you are describing are not enviable even if they had abilities
            You don't have to envy them. I've said how they are since you wanted to know and had weird misconceptions how they think. They're happy the way they are, too. Your envy or lack of it is irrelevant.
            >and they clearly don't.
            >They have delusions.
            You keep repeating such thorough your messages, as if you'd try to convince yourself. I already know what I've experienced.

            I've explained what I wanted to. Your attitude is on you. Now I move on.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I already know what I've experienced
            Mentally ill people experience a lot too. You try telling a schizo that the voices in their head or the hallucinations they've seen aren't real lol.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Anon, if you debate with other anons and they make you butthurt, calling them schizo makes you look even worse, especially when they didn't tell how exactly they'd be schizo. I've read the shit you people talked about and you seem sour as frick and that random "lol" now only makes you seem more so rather than the opposite.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >calling them schizo makes you look even worse
            I didn't call him a schizo. My point was that the experiences FEEL real to schizos too, so using "I experienced this" as if it's evidence of something is pointless.

            It was not indirectly insulting him or trying to infer that he was crazy, my point was simply that crazy people can think that fake things are real too and we don't trust them now do we?

            So if a sane person has experiences we can only measure their sanity by verifying the experience in some objective way.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >The 40 hours that you spend each week working can be used to spend time with your family
            Then don't work 40 hours. Live simpler, work half-time. You can live off of that. And with practice you can manage workdays and spend enough time with close ones - it's not more the better, it's how quality it is.

            >There is no way that you can argue more free time isn't universally valuable to every living human
            Free time to do what? If you can contemplate things and find joy in your work, you don't need to lose it. You fall into the trap of assuming they hate their job they way you'd hate yours - in which case I refer you to the earlier post.

            >I don't think you see the glaring contradiction in saying that "they value the little things", when they could use money to buy themselves more time to enjoy the little things.
            Even I understand that little things to value come easy and often free, while appreciation of them often comes because they're treats from time to time, not something to gorge yourself on.

            >THAT'S 10 YEARS!
            And the practitioner I know would claim it's 10 years of good, honest work which helped refine his character, ply trade he was proud of and enjoyed doing, while providing for his close ones without having to "prostitute out" his spiritual gifts for it.

            >They don't want to be "materialistic" but they can only survive by begging for scraps from people who value materialism. It's just hypocrisy.
            No, hypocrisy would be to claim not wanting to be materialistic while seeking cash. They'd rather foster gratitude and dependence on the kindness of others, and I can think of quite a few reasons for it - from doing their things only where they're wanted (with voluntary donations being an expression of it) to humbling their monks.

            1/2

            2/2

            >as nothing to do with what I'm talking about. Occult abilities are not restricted to "the divine" nor do they revolve around subjective morality.
            Not subjective morality, but the stance and qualities one exeplifies no matter how they're seen. And yes, all occult things at least in regards to stuff like magic touches upon the divine as an aspect of reality that's a subtle yet influential counterpart to earthly.

            >They don't have any way to accurately measure their alleged progress, their criteria is too subjective. It's just self delusion.
            Subjective perception is under a risk of being a delusion only as far as it cannot be objectively verified. If you can verify that things are happening and one becomes able to do so stuff as they progress, then it becomes an indicator of progress.

            Honestly, I am not like the people I speak about myself, but I am confident they know what they spoke of and they could do shit to give their words weight. Being annoyed because they don't subscribe to your own perception of importance and benefit of wealth vs what they prioritize is unimportant but I confess, this exchange does hold some value as it underlines well why many modern people are absolutely incapable - despite technically having as much potential as anyone else - of meaningful spiritual progress or working magic. The fact their logic is so alien to you that you feel the need to attack it with incredulity paints a very telling picture and if anything, encourages me to follow the steps of practitioners I've mentioned. Their attitude, for all humility and poor living it seemingly brought them, brought them also joys and apparently boons to be had beyond their lives.

            Though now I also know why occult truths are occult and why regular people cannot follow and develop from them. I wish you happiness in your own course of action, even if as far as spiritual endeavors, you may end not much different from an armchair magician.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          The more you care about getting power with intent to indulge and dominate in regular life, the less you get power in spheres of existence beyond it. Sometimes the former will come with the latter anyway but concentrating on refining your spirit to get benefits in mundane life is like developing noble character and skills as a wonderful lover to then frick a few days old roadkill - not only ruins your progress but may give you other issues.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >The more you care about getting power with intent to indulge and dominate in regular life, the less you get power in spheres of existence beyond it
            Those spheres of existence will still exist after were dead and I don't think any of this spiritual development stops after death, so there's no rush. We can focus on the spheres of existence outside of this material world after we've died and left it. Seems like a logical sequence of progress to me. I think a lot of people are trying to skip steps. What if the entire point of being here is to enjoy a material existence, understand it, and then move on to enjoying and understanding a spiritual existence.

            >Sometimes the former will come with the latter anyway but concentrating on refining your spirit to get benefits in mundane life
            I think the people who get this out of the way, enjoy life thoroughly without feeling repressed, at the ones who can more easily make progress on the spiritual path, because they don't feel FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), they don't feel jealousy because they've had their fill, and they aren't burdened by desire because they've gotten to sample all the pleasures of the world they wanted to.

            I think the reason why it was so easy for Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama) to become Buddha, was because he was a prince born into royalty who lived an amazing life from youth, who was known to have a harem of women, etc.

            He got to enjoy every pleasure he wanted and "worked it out of his system" to where it was now something "normal" and the desire for it just wouldn't be as strong as it was for the average man.

            I'm not surprised that he excelled so well at asceticism. It's the difference between an obese person seeing a burger and fries for the 200th time, and a starving child in Africa having a plate of burger and fries in front of them for the first time, having never ate it.

            Most men can never become like Buddha, because most men never got a chance to live like Buddha did BEFORE he became Buddha.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >What if the entire point of being here is to enjoy a material existence, understand it, and then move on to enjoying and understanding a spiritual existence.
            Not fully that. You can learn to enjoy it here but then you'll tie yourself closer to here. You will one day be able to move on, but it'll be after many lifetimes.

            Yes, people want to skip steps. To start as a mundane person and grow beyond their place in reincarnation cycle in one or a few lifetimes of intense spiritual self-illumination rather than potentially thousands or more years of development with risks of pitfalls and degeneration before they'll realize they developed "naturally" enough to not need to reincarnate here.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >You will one day be able to move on, but it'll be after many lifetimes.
            I don't believe in multiple lifetimes. I think every existence is an independent one, and once you die you go to another realm/place, you don't go back to earth.

            Reincarnation doesn't even make sense whne you think about it, because if souls are being "recycled", why the hell is the population increasing in size?

            There has to be "new souls" right?. Souls that haven't had an incarnation before.

            So why would I assume that I'm an old soul, rather than a new one, and why would I choose to go back into the cycle having lived only as this entity that I've come to identify with.

            It just doesn't make sense.

            There are more humans alive today simultaneously than there ever have been, so there must be new souls, or a ton of old souls that are being forced to watch on the sidelines because it's "not their turn yet".

            All I know is that if I have self awareness after death, and I am free to choose and it's not some entity forcing me, I'm not going to live another life, I'm not coming back. I don't think anyone is going to choose to wipe away all of their thoughts, beliefs, memories, feelings, etc and essentially kill themselves to become a blank slate so that some new consciousness can take over, I'd never believe that.

            > thousands or more years of development
            How do you develop of you keep getting mind raped and having your sense of self wiped away?

            It doesn't make sense. Do you get ALL of your memories back of multiple lives once you die?

            If that's the case, my current persona with these memories would not even let my collective persona of other memories go back into the cycle, I'd rather die.

            This just sounds like some kind of eldritch mind torture porn to me, doesn't sound as peaceful, "spiritual" or pristine as people like you try to make it sound.

            It sounds like system created by a sadist.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I don't believe in multiple lifetimes.
            Doesn't matter. I tell you how it is
            >because if souls are being "recycled", why the hell is the population increasing in size
            You fail at considering basic explanations, proving you reach beyond your level - at least become a decent "armchair magician" to get theoretical knowledge first, if you cannot practice.
            1. There's more than this planet/world, many similar on similar level beckoning befitting souls and worlds more reifned/worse than this one.
            2. Souls as individuals are finite (even if huge) number, but it's also one unified thing, with individuals like waves on the ocean. Little parts of greater whole getting enough complexity and refinement to become self-conscious. There's less developed and more developed parts/souls than what we are, too, and we can, through our actions, gain and lose our own refinement. Complexity of life in an area goes in tandem with how much and of what level souls there are.

            I won't indulge you further. I see you ITT discussing things with other anons but you have no practical skill and experience with what you try to discuss, merely questioning everything based on your own conjectures and expecting everyone else to not only explain you everything else but also convince you of it. Hilarious given you've complained about clueless armchair magicians.
            Go practice, do stuff and learn from it and then discuss it.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Doesn't matter. I tell you how it is
            Lol, sure buddy, sure.....

            >you have no practical skill and experience with what you try to discuss
            Neither do you, you are just some random person behind a screen.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Something is about to happen.
            Earth is the big show.
            Not only are Earthlings returning to Earth, space aliens are coming to watch, and some are coming here to live right in the big happening.
            Earth is where it's at!

  51. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can obtain a man’s knowledge by obtaining his cum

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You can obtain power from eating the flesh of powerful men. Also eating the flesh of ferocious animals like tigers will cause you to adopt the characteristics of that animal. There is a reason why we only eat stupid and docile animals.

  52. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    real karma is more like not jinxing yourself. stay humble and keep your goals to yourself

  53. 2 weeks ago
    LUCIFER
  54. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    there was this guy that wrote on an emerald tablet using the tip of a diamond some stuff about what's above being like what's below and the other way around too - what was his name, again?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      William Walker Atkinson?
      >also
      original quote from hermetic text in arabic say
      >That which is above is from that which is below, and that which is below is from that which is above.
      Europeans used a very bad translation or something.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The tablet pre-dates Atkinson

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I know, just kidding kek

  55. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That what you truly choose to make effort to understand and believe (NOT the way how OCD affects the mind and creates delusions) changes your experience of reality. I have heard that this is something which Taoists believe in. Reality is constantly changing according to what I know about Taoist beliefs. But I think Taoism also teaches that the only thing that doesn’t change is the fact that things change. I think Taoism explains reality the most accurately. But there is a lot more to Taoism than is known in Western culture. The Daozang, the Taoist canon, has over one thousand texts which have not been translated to English. Taoism also taught me that you can do things without trying particularly too hard to interfere with what you want the specific desired result to be, because how things go may change at some point. So, in my opinion, you don’t have to always try extremely hard to make things go a certain way, because things may not happen in the exact way you want, but they may also eventually change after that.

  56. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    esoteric MEANS secret. So if by "greatest" you mean "most secret", why would anyone here know, or tell you? moron.
    If "greatest" is "most valuable", Jesus Christ defeated death and is capable of Total Salvation for Humanity - by CHOOSING ACTION that exemplifies an internalization of this Truth, for the rest of your life, you will ascend this reality and be welcoming into the arms of the Creator of All Things.

    if by "greatest" you mean complete what the Frick is this all actually a dream -

    demons and aliens are the only things capable of time travel and earthly immortality (earthly immortality being an obtainable trait - not an ordained sentence). they are accidents that are barely allowed to exist and they are looking for vessels to inhabit. organized evil in this world creates different vessels for them
    Crystals and Black Mirrors to talk through, which became information technology
    Synthetic hallucinogenics like DMT and LSD, methamphetamine and MDMA too. their natural analogues, shrooms/Ayahuasca/poison toad slime/salvia/pot are iffy, but occupy the favorable degrees of this spectrum. Things like peyote that are obviously spooky as shit aren't formulated to enslave like a synthetic analogue is designed to do. No matter what they tell you.
    Genetically modified humans/animals/chimera hybrids. Probably robots too. Grey aliens are fricked up freak human bodies without a soul. Homunculi. Space is bullshit.

    Also hell and the end of the world is a big hurricane spiral that crushes everything and leaves void in it's wake. This is probably a representation of the astral realm as it shrinks in response to Divine sparks in humanity extinguishing as the indigenous spirit of this planet dies from concrete and metal and robots and shitty TV and music and video games. Media in 50 years will cause your soul agony and make you want to have a nice day.

    T. Kumo

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      And what if ive never asked to be part of all this shit and i don't want to exist at all, what then, shill?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >esoteric MEANS secret
      No it doesnt. It means "insider" more than "secret". It is understanding that can only be had through prolonged experience with a system. It is "tasting" the sugar rather than reading about the chemical properties of sugar.
      You can openly give people esoteric info, and they simply cannot understand it because they dont have the experience necessary.

  57. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    real magic is imposing your will into reality through the beliefs of other people, cult leaders understand this intuitively

  58. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    God is literally a giant vibrating light that incorporates the Void into itself by shaking it really hard

  59. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Adam, God's intended design for Man, was a hermaphrodite.
    Sexually segregating male from female is the original sin.

  60. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If I told you it would cease to be.

  61. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've seen the future. The Good Guys have already won. You just need to wait to see it.

  62. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My balls are the biggest, the best. The greatest. I am the best. The best around. My balls are the best. The biggest in the room. The room that is Earth and the universe. I'm here to drive down the thread SNR with youtube-tier bullshit. That's why I'm the best. The greatest, incredible.

    My presence?
    You're welcome.

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