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 No.288301[Reply]

I used to cope with patriotism, believing my country was better than the others despite being poor, at least we had some morals. But take a look at the vidrel, the vidrel is India.

There is nothing Indian about this, all I see is unabashed degeneracy, alien to Indian soil. It is then I realised, that only I care about India and Indians and not the opposite. Nobody gives a fuck apparently about the country. About the culture. About what my ancestors tried, all in vain.

It's a brutal reality, while this fair skinned Indian bitch parties, some poor, short, balding, dark skinned Indian man will clean this up. All while her body becomes a maze of Hindu Chads, Muslims, and White Tourists.

Patriotism and Nationalism is truly the cope of the man who has nothing to be proud of with himself. And desperately seeked some higher purpose in the service of motherland. All while knowing that neither the motherland, nor the citizenry gives a shit about me.

I am all alone. There is no us vs them. It's me vs everyone, me vs life. Another cope gone.

>Ahhhh India is so conservative vro

>Indian succubi are extremely oppressed by uggo pajeets vro
>India crab paradise bro
>Muh arranged marriage
Aaaacccccccckkkkkkk

Third world brokeness. First world wokeness.
BTW recommendations for other copes? I like driving. But fuel is expensive. So I am now unironically thinking crocheting like my grandma. Kek the days that are going to come by.
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 No.291130

>>291125
Many people consider their country part of their identity.

 No.291135

>>291063
tbh as much as I wish I was born in the first world (well maybe not seeing the condition of the succubi there, wouldn't be surprised if "wizards" here would rather defend "their" succubi then side with a poorcel), India is still a hell lot better than most third world countries, as a matter of fact I would go so far to call it the best among the third world despite having more problems than other third world country.

but sadly given the demographics although our fertility rate was 6.8! in in 1950 it's now below 2. Below replacement, but sadly it's the hindu populace that is dying. Future is muslim, yall

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>>291130
>Wanting to die for a bunch of sociopaths who will flee the country at the first sign of trouble

 No.291187

>>291063
being poorer than nigeria but richer than mali is not exactly something to brag about

 No.291193

Agree, nationalism is for normalniggers.



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 No.290942[Reply]

Eternal nothingness after death is pure cope.

The universe is infinite and eternal, considering the universe came from "nothing" and that "nothing" still is "nothing". After that established fact, the probability of the heat death of the universe and the universe progressing towards a neutralized state of entropy forever becomes 0%.

It's an impossibility for the universe to expand forever, as repulsive gravity emerges from fields of energy within the universe and this force is responsible for the expansion of the universe. Once these fields of energy and this repulsive gravity decays, the persisting attracting gravitation force of matter pulls the universe back in on itself, eventually condensing into a hot ball of energy made out of all the matter and energy in the universe. This unstable ball of energy that was formed at the concluding end of the universe is the same ball of energy that was there at the beginning, eventually manifesting into the expansion of the universe and our genesis.

The universe is eternal. Life is eternal. The demiurge has us by the wizorbs.
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 No.291137

What have we done to deserve this? How do we atone?

 No.291145

>>290942
Much like our souls the world we know is contained, eternal infinite expanse is cope to justify eternal nothingness after death making life meaningless and small. Gnostic were the biggest normies using their religion to host massive orgis. The demiurge gas you by the wizorbs.

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>>291137
Nothing, we can't escape rebirth and are forced to be reborn into clown worlds over and over.

 No.291183

>>291182
At least we don't remember our past lives… That would be hell if that was the case.

 No.291185

>>291183
Why? You would probably work to set your life to be as good as possible as soon as you can if you remembered your previous lives.



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 No.287439[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I hate wizards who got substantial inheritances, or lucked out otherwise while being unable to work. 99,9% of the problems related to being a wizard are related to a lack of money and the fact normies hate even employing a non-neurotypical, making life an infinite paywall torture simulator where you can only look but not touch anything.

My life would completely transform if I even had 10k dollars to my name. Yet there are wizards who inherited an expensive big house and hundreds of thousands of euros or dollars.

They cannot sympathize with someone who is in a perpetual cycle of shit tier labor->pay absolute necessities->have maybe $20 extra at the end of the month-> repeat infinitely…

Because they play life on heaven mode where everything is unlocked and stress levels go down by 99%.
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 No.291122

>>291120
But then I went to wikipedia and there was nothing in the definition that excluded it, except age, which excludes many wiz as well

 No.291172

>>291110
That is just false. You can't change definitions based on how many numbers exist in your bank account.

Do you also stop being a criminal if you kill someone while having 5 million dollars instead of 5 dollars?

 No.291173

>>291103
Neets aren't "at risk", where I live neetbucks is guaranteed by the constitution. So it's free income until the day you die.

The only difference between an inheritor who does nothing all day and neetbucks recipients is one gets 10k a month in dividends and the other gets 1,5k in neetbucks.
Neither one is in education, employment or training.

 No.291176

>>291172
>>291173
Different things. Your socioeconomic status changes when you're old and retired same when you're rich that's why they can't be neets. Neets are at risk in most countries neets don't receive income.

 No.291180

>>291176
What if you're old and retired but only have a pension of $1200, and the neetbucks guy has $1500?


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 No.283706[Reply]

Distant recognition from a goodsocietyman. Suicide: A Social and Historical Study, written by Henry Romilly Fedden in 1938.
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 No.290269

hey OP didnt you make a thread similar to this a week or two ago but with a different book? I wanted to save that book but I forgot. something about the machine and the abyss right?

 No.290310

>>284292
I loved this pages I read, Thanks you i'm happy it didn't have any kind of forced Aphorism, Even if there were, there were few and still even tho I disliked the constant examples of Rome and hoped for other examples to make it clear, Still it was a good reading. Could've dug deeper into the subject rather than staying in the already known "Suicide is caused by the same reasons other writers said" but hey It's good to read something you already know.
Liked the examples

 No.290488

>>290269
The People of the Abyss by Jack London. He lived among the poor in East London in 1902 to tell his well-placed fellows.
https://archive.org/details/peopleofabyss00londiala/page/n10/mode/1up

 No.290489

>>290310
Rome was just one chapter, though the longest.
>>287308
Read his prediction of the future, if you haven't.

 No.291128

>>287290
Did Anonymage ever come back to read it?



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 No.280124[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Post the saddest images you have/have seen on the internet, it can be drawing or 3D
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 No.290975

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 No.290976

>>290863
>>290975
found it with imgops. I think this is the original that thet op's pic was cropped from: https://safebooru.org/images/790/1f7cffc9395ee0483978833c71774f6c51b527b9.jpg

posting a link to the thing since wizadmins want me to disable vpn for the arguable luxury of uploading it here. thanks niggers

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 No.291094

>>280124
the anime succubus with amputated limbs and teddy bear in hospital
that shit is just horrible


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 No.286861[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Suicide general, - Discuss everything suicide related here.
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>>290609
It is really fucking painful, and you start paniking and the inner lizard in you really want out of this mess, so you start grabing at any opportunity to stay alive, in my case it was that the chair wasnt thrown far einought so i managed to balaqnce on it somehow while trying to untie the knot of the scarf that i used.

t. failed hanging attempt 10 years ago, considering doing a succefull one soon enough, because life lost its meaning for me long before even first suicide attempt, but im a coward and im stile here forn now ,but now additional circumstances are adding to the equation that hopfully would bring me uot of this shithole called life.

 No.290994

I used to romanticize living in an insane asylum/ psych ward as the living utopia of Plato's Republic

 No.291018

>>290994
society is the real insane asylum, everyone who is not insane is branded insane and locked up

 No.291024

If your life is already bad, but you rationally fear its about to go off a cliff and become much worse, when is the best time to suicide?

Should you try to squeeze every last drop out of relatively comfortable neet life? Or try to get ahead of the curve and suicide before the crash begins?

 No.291075

>>286871
I just wish there was a way to objectively know I tried enough, and further investment into life is a waste. I see Wizs talking about it being over as early as the 20s or college graduation. And I'm waaaay past that. But sometimes I regret that maybe being too rational was itself a problem. Like if I had irrationally just kept trying at life, maybe something would have been a miracle.

Once I felt I was beat, I just lost heart, and longed for suicide. You're beat, you're beat. But its like everything I've ever tried has ended in 0, and I can't be expected to make infinite investments with 0 returns forever.


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 No.290006[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Post here when you don't have enough to say for a topic and it's too depressing for the general crawl thread.
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 No.291131

>>291096
>I knew I wanted it
No, you didn't.
That's the confusing part to accept and understand.

 No.291133

I will never get better and being a neet living in my parent's house is the best possible outcome for my future.

 No.291158

It's all not worth it. All this struggle and it never gets better. Being alive was a mistake.

 No.291207

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 No.290704[Reply]

It's not a secret that lots of wizards abuse alcohol and/or drugs for any reason (i.e. to cope), some might even consider themselves alcoholics and/or drug addicts. Using is a big part of our lives and we should have a space to express our horrible daily experience.

Share whatever's on your head. Your latest favorite substance, the hardships of being a fiend on top of being a wizard, favorite drinks, worst drinks, substances you wish you had, drugs you wish you never tried, your experience with withdrawals, etc.

>drinking or using drugs=social interaction

Using/acquiring drugs or alcohol is not inherently social. Compare them to the act of acquiring and eating food, are those inherently social? not really.
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 No.290934

>>290931
I never tried any other opiates, but tramadol works wonders for me. It makes me feel less depressed, and probable due to its SNRI properties, I feel like I love everything around me in a weirdly energetic but sedated way, and if I'm depressed enough, I just take more and nod the fuck out after 2 or 3 hours after taking it. It's pretty awesome, but I'm trying not to take it since I think I'm developing a tolerance. I don't want to ruin one of the only good things I have in my life, really.

 No.290978

>>290926
>Funny thing is that I live in a country where you can get benzos like fucking candy; just go to a drug store or a pharmacie and they will most likely just give it to you, no questions asked. That's also the reason I use tramadol.
>300-450mg pregabalin since that's also very easy to get here.
Are you Mexican by any chance? I know Tramadol, Pregabalin and a few others are OTC over here, benzos not so much though.

>>290934
Lucky. From what I know Tramadol can either act like a mild opiate or an SNRI. Really depends on your liver.

 No.290983

>>290934
Similar for me. I've taken other opiates and a large number of illegal drugs but it remains the best for me as a regular practical thing. Makes me more productive and feel better at the same time, and no hangover or anything

 No.290990

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Subb, degenerates? Does anyone know of a legally obtainable psychedelic mimic that emulates the whole brain connectivity effect of this substance?

 No.291041

>>290978
Not mexican, but I live in a latin american country. A lot stuff which is presciption only in the US is OTC here. I can get almost any benzo I can think of, except for maybe midazolam since thats only used for anaesthesia, I think.



 No.290289[Reply]

Serious question for any wizcels:

Do you ever wonder how you got here…as in, how or why you "woke up" when you did, where you did, to the people (parents) that you did? It's impossible to make sense of. Just on one fucking terrible day, we took up consciousness, literally out of nowhere we are in bodies and tasked with learning the mechanics of entire material world. What caused us to be born when we were, to whom we were? I don't accept that it was random, or mere bare biology..I feel within myself that this life is a targeted punishment and that were I smarter I would have avoided being born entirely. What piece of shit god thinks he/it has the right to do this to us? We are born, thereafter we spend a few years simply making basic sense of things, go off to school, probably suffer a lot, continue to grow up, endure more sadness, and now through all of it we just continue to get older and weaker and sadder. This life is a crime against our souls and whatever caused us to come here HAS TO PAY. Really the only thing I fear is being forced to come back to this shitheap of a world to suffer again…and I do worry about this precisely because I don't know how I got here in the first place. I feel deeply sorry for all the new souls born to this world…there is just so much to learn, but even more there is just so much to suffer through…and I cannot understand what kind of god would force this sort of existence on tender helpless beings? The demiurge must be overcome.
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 No.291001

>>290999
I'm interested in what you specifically experienced while astral projecting and what specific testimonies you would quote to support the idea of a demiurge. I own several books on AP and have tried monroe, my assessment is it's an exercise in using strong internal mental imagery

 No.291002

Demiurge is derived from a Greek word originally meaning craftsman. One interpretation in the mystical Christian tradition of Gnosticism states that the material universe was created when Sophia (Wisdom) attempted to emanate (and this is a simplification the actual account given in various Christian apologists/Church Fathers of the Gnostics, who they viewed as heretical are more involved) without her partner or ayzygy. Durning this process the demiurge sometimes named Yaldabaoth created the material universe which was viewed as something that never should have been; hence the neverending suffering characteristic of this life. Gnostics did believe in a manner I'm unclear about that theres is a way to reunite with the primordial and unindividuated One or God which would be an ideal existence free of suffering.

 No.291003

Should read "syzygy" (meaning yoking) in place of "azygy"

 No.291005

>>291001
>I'm interested in what you specifically experienced while astral projecting
(i originally had typed quite a lot here, but i realize that you're asking in relation to these matters.) i don't have personal experiences with these beings and actually decided to avoid this sort of topics some years ago because i don't want it to leak into my private mental world and bring me closer to realms i'd rather not. but there's overwhelming evidence regardless that we all will encounter these beings when we die, but it doesn't seem that there's, at that point, anything to fear (if they can't deceive or guilt-trip you into reincarnating they are known to pull other, somewhat silly, tactics to make you quickly forget what's going on, like telling you to walk over somewhere and wait in a line, etc. — more latter on how we even know this). i also avoid all relation to supernatural entities as the ones you listed and that are common in occult spaces (but have inevitably formed a certain sort of connection to some beings i unaware devoted too much emotional and mental energy).

>what specific testimonies you would quote to support the idea of a demiurge

as i said in the previous post, and as i detailed at length in a theory i posted in another demiurge thread some years ago, the idea of a demiurge can be derived from a few basic metaphysical premises and some observations on how this world works, but what you're more interested in is all the other information on this world's prison-nature and its reincarnation trap. no one has put together a better compilation of it than the creator of the escaping prison planet subreddit ( [link](https://www.reddit.com/r/EscapingPrisonPlanet/comments/pyijav/ive_researched_the_afterlife_for_nearly_10_years/) ), though there is, like i said in the previous post, much retardation in that place.

i think that guy's posts should be a good intro, after which you can notice instances of it all over in, e.g., new age types, many of whom have also come upon these phenomena but interpret it in a different (retarded) way. someone i find very interesting is thomas campbell, he's the physicist monrPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.291014

>>291005
As per your link
>Evidence under hypnosis
>Evidence under past-life regression hypnosis
>cobbled together Gnosticism
>remote viewing
>David Icke
>Psychedelics as direct evidence
>A CIA agent, various other bullshit peddlers
IE hokum. I've read this one before, and it is exactly what I'm talking about as peak /x/. I personally think Monroe is fraudulent after observing in his first book that he was unable to even accurately verify a basic OOB projection test. I've lucid dreamed of course and practiced mental imagery but that is not the same as claiming a person literally enters different planes of existence doing so.

peak /x/ is when people mold together various religious traditions with trendy new age concepts and not a lick of evidence proving it. Oh well



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 No.290882[Reply]

Whosoever wishes to learn of "oddly distributed taxes levied against gigantic change" may do so on the Internet Archive.
https://archive.org/details/the-future-of-suicide-1938
The whole book should follow later this month.

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Blurb says the volume is a gold-mine. "It must inevitably take its place as the standard work on suicide." Those he speaks of here need suicide less than then but still suffer the same bewilderment, abandonment to self and desert lives.



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