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 No.50683[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This thread is for discussing your successes and failures with magic(k) as well as occultism and metaphysics.
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 No.62024

>>58633
>stealing body parts from dead people
How is this unethical?

 No.62026

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>>50683
Magic is surely the highest art, but it's really a rich boy's game. Who else has the time or money to stand in a dedicated room thick with incense shouting like a madman (sorry, "evoking") for 3 hours, with a sword, goblet, pantacle, and all the other paraphernalia? Who else will have a cursory knowledge of latin, hebrew, and greek than a boarding school student? Who else has the willfulness to immediately apply their new intellectual powers than a violent youth? It's no surprise Agrippa began to write his magnum opus as a teenager, as it has all the energy of someone earnestly investigating metaphysics as though it were a real subject. Oh! but is there anything more real than that?

In the course of magical training the magician's mind is transformed from a diffuse cloud into a lightning bolt, which evokes and banishes (it's a stereotype that modern magicians spend all their time banishing and not actually doing anything, which is entirely true) as he desires. He finds the homes of gnomes and fights fairies in the woods. The magician stands at the gates of eden and laughs at the sword turning every way. Are not all the fiery powers of heaven at his feet? He cums with the force of a thousand suns. Clearly there's nothing going on when you wave your magic stick about, but you are waving your will around, and there is immense power in harnessing a waving dick (as you already know). Who else never says no to a dick, a phoenix resurrected from its deathly sanctum, than our holy prostitute? That is all I have to say on the matter.

Signed,
XXX° Dutiful Master 8=D of the A.G.L. Mysterium

 No.62071

I dont buy into this stuff but let's say I want to give myself cancer using this occult stuff, is there any way I can do it?

 No.62072

>>62071
You can bake an asbestos pie and eat it for cancer generation

 No.62074

>>62071
Do you need occult for this? Just look up group 1 carcinogens and have a fun time with as many of them as you can: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IARC_group_1 .


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 No.52879[Reply]

I now consider researching conspiracy theories to be a hobby of mine. Of course, as a hikki, this information is of literally no use to me whatsoever, and I do not have the charisma to "educate" others. It is simply a pastime.
Many people act like simply researching these very alternative ideas is damaging in and of itself. Popular on wizchan youtuber named "K9 Aversion" recently announced she will no longer be creating content simply because people among her fanbase were discussing 5G towers and anti-vaxx ideas within her communities. Discussion alone is so offensive? Why? I do not even believe many of the ideas proposed myself and just enjoy thinking about them.
Because of these extreme reactions, I feel it necessary to give this disclaimer. Again, I do not necessarily believe the things proposed in this thread but rather enjoy thinking about it.

Please do not discuss theories that are political in nature in this thread. I don't want it to be deleted, although I find them interesting as well.

Some examples I've been thinking about lately:
- Alien abductions are real, however they differ from the normalfag idea of an alien abduction in that real abductions occur spiritually and not physically. And these abductions are NEVER to your benefit and you leave very unhealthy and emotionally damaged. They happen during the sleep normally, however sometimes they can happen while awake and when this happens it's similar to a date rape drug– you have a 2-5 hour blank spot in your memory when you "wake up" and have a feeling of general unease.

- The extension of the flat earth theory which claims the entire sky is a hologram, and sometimes that no planets except Earth exist. There are many youtube videos that document sky hologram "glitches".
- Alternatively (not flat earth related), that the sky is itself a giant living organism and that it sometimes sends shards of itself down to attack or observe people (they look like blue blankets and fly at great speeds.)

- You can fall through the ground like a video game glitch and get stuck in an infinite void on certain parts of the planet.

- Dinosaurs existed up until the early 1900's as evidenced by dinosaur tracks on the top layer of the earth that are way too well preserved to be from 60,000,000 years ago.

- Some gnostic wizards think that if they become spiritually elevated enough that they can cease ingesting food of any kind and live heaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.61938

>>61911
he likes demon fantasy over alien scifi

 No.62068

Im pretty sure that entirety of American/NATO culture is artificial in a sense that certain movies shows book were selectively funded and promoted while others were not
and thanks to globalization that was primarily led by America entire worlds culture is slowly becoming more and more artificial
a very crude example of this is Comics Code Authority and im pretty sure more devious and cleverer tricks were used in other areas of media such as movies cartoons and whatnot

 No.62069

>>61911
He's probably met actual alien fanatics. Should keep his knee-jerk reactions in check but i can relate. Alienheads are very fucking annoying.

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 No.62073

>>62068 >>62070
Just in case some might get the impression that this is just a "used to happen back in the old days" sort of thing:
https://ottawacitizen.com/news/national/defence-watch/military-leaders-saw-pandemic-as-unique-opportunity-to-test-propaganda-techniques-on-canadians-forces-report-says

""" Military leaders saw pandemic as unique opportunity to test propaganda techniques on Canadians, Forces report says
A plan devised by the Canadian Joint Operations Command relied on propaganda techniques similar to those employed during the Afghanistan war.

Canadian military leaders saw the pandemic as a unique opportunity to test out propaganda techniques on an unsuspecting public, a newly released Canadian Forces report concludes.

[…]

The propaganda plan was developed and put in place in April 2020 even though the Canadian Forces had already acknowledged that “information operations and targeting policies and doctrines are aimed at adversaries and have a limited application in a domestic concept.” """

The main reason is that they need to relentlessly promote war and the fantasy that "our" soldiers are heroes, instead of the mass murderers and rapists they are in reality. November 1918 really scared them, and reminded them once more that one thing that can easily bring down the system is coordinated mass refusal of military service. Their only counter to this is perpetual brainwashing.



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 No.56997[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What are the most autistic hobbies? The most hardcore and obscure interests that a normalfag can never hope to penetrate? I don't mean retarded lolcow shit, but things that require study or have a technical bent. Pic related kind of, that's the sort of stuff I'm getting at.
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>>61880
I have played Arkham 2nd and 3rd ed but haven't tried the LCG yet, its kind of hard to come by where I live and seems like a huge commitment in terms of money.

I do have Aeon's End for solo deckbuilding fun, I think you might like it if you haven't tried it yet.

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>>61885
I'd definitely advise against getting into the Arkham LCG if you aren't going to eventually buy 2+ expansions. The core set is the worst game related product I've ever purchased(slightly less bad now with the revised core) and with just one expansion the cardpool is a little shallow so it's kind of just an extremely expensive mediocre campaign game. The whole thing is on TTS though along with custom content, and is probably a better experience due to the lack of setup, so I'd still recommend checking it out there.

Is Aeon's End good with only one character or do you need to play two? I love the concept and the art, it reminds me of 90s pc games, but I'm not a huge fan of managing multiple characters in such complicated games. Which box would you recommend, I think there are like 5 now.

Just looked it up while typing this out and saw there was a steam version, got excited before seeing what an absolute mess the UI is.

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>>61887
>Is Aeon's End good with only one character or do you need to play two?
you can perfectly play it single handed, however the game does get considerably harder and you lose some of the fun combos that can only be done with two characters.
Playing with two characters at the same time its not hard really, its perfectly manegeable as there's not that much bookkeeping.
>Which box would you recommend, I think there are like 5 now.
I personally started with the original Aeon's End box, I think its the ideal starting point and it comes with a pretty decent cardpool so it can last for a while without having to immediately buy an expansion.

Also I might give the Arkham LCG on TTS a try, I usually feel like TTS is way too clunky and confusing for me but might work just to try it.

 No.61894

>>60652
Cute. They combined zombies with idols and actually made it work well. They were hotter without their makeup tbh. Those dark blue circles around their eyes and stitches looked good, but the eye size perhaps made them all a little too cutesy, except for Tae who has small eyes and never regained her ability to speak. I also loved when Sakura's eyes popped out of her head from shock and the time her head came off and they had to distract the visitor so he wouldn't figure out they're zombies. The Lily tranny arc was interesting, and the courtesan arc started interesting but it dragged on a tad long. The full metal jacket reference was on point, and so was Sakura's introducing the succubi as 1-ko, 2-ko, 3-ko, 4-ko, 5-ko, 6-ko and 0-ko to that old lady at the shelter following the flood. I could keep going, but it might be pointless with a 3 month old post. Shall I continue?

 No.62067

>>56997
>DIY gene editing
>cross breeding/designer breeding insects/plants
>3d printed guns
>synthetic DIY drugs
>studying conspiracy theories
>home rat experiments
theres a lot to be done honestly


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 No.61956[Reply]

https://jansa-tp.github.io/tpcheatsheet/Toki%20Pona%20Cheat%20Sheet%20v2.pdf

mi wile toki pona e toki pona. sina seme toki kekepen mi? sina wile toki pona la toki e insa. toki pona li sin e mi.

I want to talk better Toki Pona. Will you talk with me? If you want to talk Toki Pona, then talk here. Toki Pona is new to me.

toki kepeken leko suno li ike mute. mi wile sona e pali ni lon insa. insa seme li pona?

Communication with the "light box"/"computer" is often bad. I want to know "this action in here"/"what doing this here will do".?
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 No.62018

ijo mute li pilin ike e mi:
some things that cause me a bit of concern:
- toki pona li lili. toki pona li jo e nimi ale. taso toki pona li jo e nimi tu tawa jan Sonja esun.
- Tokia Pona is small. Toki Pona has 100 words. Yet, Toki Pona has two words for the author's marketing.
- jan Brown kepeken toki Loglan sama jan Sonja kepeken toki pona. toki pona li open ala open? ken la tenpo kama la mi lukin e pakala.
- Brown:Loglan::Sonja:Toki Pona. Is Toki Pona open source? I could maybe see issues in the future.
- toki pona li wawa tan nimi lili. pu li open e nimi lili e sona pona lili. taso ku li mute e nimi. tenpo kama la toki pona li jo e nimi mute mute anu seme? Kepeken nimi mute, ona li sona ala sona e toki pona?
- Toki Pona's strength is few words. The first books establishes a small vocabulary and minimalist philosophy. but the second publication expands the vocabulary. Will Toki Pona have a lot of words in the future? With a large vocabulary, would one learn Toki Pona?
– taso: ku insa li jo e nimi pimeja. ni li toki e mi tawa toki pona li muse awen la tenpo kama.
– Counterpoint: the second book has blank words. this tells me that Toki Pona will stabilize.

mi li musi awen e ni. mi wile e jan pali li lukin li awen insa e wawa insa lon. kin mi wile lukin e kulupu pi toki pona li jo e kepeken ni toki.
I remain very interested in this. I hope the people working on this realize and hone in on their core strengths here. I want to delve into what others have done with this yet.

 No.62019

>>62018
https://lipu-linku.github.io/

mi olin e lipu pi nimi mute pi toki pona.

 No.62027

toki pona li lili mute. tan ni la mi sona e sona pi leko suno. mi sona e toki pona kepeken sona pi leko suno.

Toki Pona is so small that it gets me excited about the opportunities it has with artificial intelligence.

 No.62029

>>62018
>Will Toki Pona have a lot of words in the future? With a large vocabulary, would one learn Toki Pona?
Every language grows like this. Even the cheatsheet you shared comes with some unofficial words like 'epiku' which are not part of the language, they could be considered as 'slang'. I think the core language is pretty much set, and that should be considered sufficient for a user of the language to start being active in the community, yet as always, actual fluency will take time to develop, as well as acquaintance with the 'slang', think of how english is sufficient to browse image/textboards but the concepts and vocabulary is pretty rich and ot takes some lurkin' to start talkin' the talk.
>Is Toki Pona open source?
It's not a software implementation. There's a little book and that's pretty much it. There's no way they can make it proprietary. If Sonja ends up being a tyrant, the community will keep an existence independent of whatever plans the creator has for the language.

Anyway I wanted to say I appreciate how you can be so focused in something and document your thoughts and whatnot and keep this thing alive in an otherwise prettu slow board (wizchan is the only site with a hobbies board that I know of, kinda sad no other site exists for this kind of talk), I can't really focus much on a thing for a sustained period and I don't dare document my progress for several reasons either.

 No.62039

>>62029
>Every language grows like this. Even the cheatsheet you shared comes with some unofficial words like 'epiku' which are not part of the language, they could be considered as 'slang'. I think the core language is pretty much set, and that should be considered sufficient for a user of the language to start being active in the community, yet as always, actual fluency will take time to develop, as well as acquaintance with the 'slang', think of how english is sufficient to browse image/textboards but the concepts and vocabulary is pretty rich and ot takes some lurkin' to start talkin' the talk.

jan ante awen en toki nasa la mi wile e toki pona li awen e lili. mi lukin e toki pona sama toki lili. mi sona e toki pona lili li pona.

Even with cultural differences and slang, I hope Toki Pona remains small. I kind of see it as the whole point.

>Anyway I wanted to say I appreciate how you can be so focused in something and document your thoughts and whatnot and keep this thing alive in an otherwise prettu slow board


pona tawa sina. mi pilin sama sona toki mute kepeken tenpo lili. ni ala la mi pali ala e ni. mi pilin sama jan Daniel Jackson lon Stargate.

Thanks. I felt like I learned so much in so little time. Without this, I don't think I would have done this. I felt like Daniel Jackson in Stargate (embed rel)

>(wizchan is the only site with a hobbies board that I know of, kinda sad no other site exists for this kind of talk), I can't really focus much on a thing for a sustained period and I don't dare document my progress for several reasons either.


a. li nasa e sitelen Wizardchan li weka. mi pilin e sitelen /hob/ li ante e sitelen Wizardchan. mi pilin e sitelen /hob/ li sitelen pona. mi pilin e sitelen Wizardchan li sitelen jaki.

Yeah, it is strange that wizardchan is p. much the only one. In fact, the /hob/ board on Wizardchan really does feel like a COMPLETELY different board from Wizardchan proper. It feels like /hob/ is the main, and the rest of the board is containment.



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 No.51822[Reply]

Recommend Based youtube/bitchute channels all kinds are allowed

pic related Asha logos
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 No.61492

i've been watching this guy a lot

 No.61791

>>54874
>(i recommend downloading his videos,sooner or later youtube will ban him)
you weren't kidding, the channel is gone
is there an archive?

 No.61795

>>55264
Do you still consider urself a wizard?

 No.61917

https://youtu.be/_JMba0KxYN0

i binge watch this guy's videos and have seen them multiple times

he just goes around giving homeless people free stuff

 No.62017

Buyuuden Japanese History is a criminally underrated channel I recently found.



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 No.56336[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Post your desktop
I want to see what wizards desktops look like and what they use as a daily driver.

I use Debian GNU/Linux with a full suckless setup
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 No.61962

How has nobody deleted the thread/image using OP's password? Gentleman's honor and all that?

 No.61963

>>61962
doing mean things is mean

 No.61964

>>61962
What's the point?

 No.61995

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it burns us, precious

 No.61996

>>61962
If the threads is old and has a lot of replies, you can't delete it, even if you want to.


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 No.52887[Reply]

Anyone into game development here? I'm wondering about trying my luck with BOLT. It's 50% off now and programming is my Achilles' heel
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 No.61835

>>61834
how is his room decorated?
does he have posters hanging around?
does he have wizard robes in his closet?
what food does he get from the grocery store? what does he usually eat?
how does he learn new spells?
if npcs and enemies had things to say (maybe to themselves or the wizard), what would the landlord say? what would the mother say?
does the wizard have things to say to people?

 No.61836

i can do simple 3d modeling, but i have never found it fun uv mapping textures and rigging skeletons and doing animations. when the wizgame needs 3d assets in the future

 No.61837

>>61836
we're gonna need a 3d modeler wizzie

 No.61987

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>>61837
there already are a few wizards that can make stuff, look at the 3d modeling thread

 No.61988

I'm good at 3D modelling but I've been struggling to learn C# on Unity for a while.



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 No.57442[Reply]

How does one meditate? I want to try it, but I’m not quite sure how to go about it. I have tried somewhat before but I didn’t get much out of it.
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 No.61052

I highly recommend this book: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25942786-the-mind-illuminated

it is high quality and ideal for someone who wants to learn without a teacher and minimise the supernatural/spiritual elements that are often associated with meditation

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I’m not into meditation at the moment (it’s not for me), but when I was I found out about this book, bought a physical copy, and read a few chapters. It’s well-written and the introduction felt quite relatable. That being said, I do recall some spiritual mumbojumbo later on in the book. Classic stuff though, not new age nonsense. Anyway, the author put the whole book online for free: https://www.vipassana.com/meditation/mindfulness_in_plain_english.html

I hope you find what you’re looking for.

 No.61953

meditation is sort of like lucid dreaming to me
when i achieve a lucid dream, and i become lucid, then i feel two things:
1: incredible excitement because i feel i have a superpower in my hands
2: afraid to use the superpower because i fear that this state will go away when i use it

when i attain a peak meditative state, i feel like i have a superpower, that whatever i decide to focus on, will see big success
at the same time, i know that once i divert this deeply meditated state onto matters such as work or imagination, i will become distracted, and my mind will thus leave that meditative depth

maybe it needs more practice until i can maintain that state


how i attain it:
- relax body and breathe deeply and gently through the nose
- focus unrelentingly on my breath (meaning, do not for a second divert focus away from the breath)
- when unrelenting focus is had, relax whatever strain is necessary to keep up the focus, without losing the unrelentingness (meaning, relax the brain and the breath as much as possible without losing a non-divertive focus)

- keep breathing gently and deeply, keep the non-distracted focus, and relax the body and the brain further and further
- this will cause a brutally unrelenting, but still incredibly soft and silky focus that requires 0 effort
- at some point ur focus will be birthed into reality, the focus is no longer artificial

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 No.61955

>>61953
WARNING: when u do this den u wont be able to feel a lot of feelings and u'll be sort of apathetic to things

 No.61979

Whenever I finish meditating, or am meditating, I feel like I'm just wasting my time.



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 No.33352[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Do any other wizards have an interest in French language, history, and culture?

>Welcome to Tex's French Grammar (la grammaire de l'absurde), a pedagogical reference grammar that combines explanations with surreal dialogues and cartoon images.

http://www.laits.utexas.edu/tex/
>English-French Dictionary
http://www.wordreference.com/enfr/
https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionnaire:Page_d%E2%80%99accueil
>News
http://www.rfi.fr/
http://www.france24.com/fr/
http://www.lefigaro.fr/
>Weekly News in Slow French
https://www.newsinslowfrench.com/
>Learn French with RFI
https://savoirs.rfi.fr/fr
>Duolingo
https://www.duolingo.com/course/fr/en/Learn-French-Online
>Anki: Friendly, intelligent flash cards.

https://apps.ankiweb.net/
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 No.60209

>>60190
>It's like instead of saying "I'm looking at an apple," a Frenchmen would say, "I hang my eyes upon a red tree-fruit."
That's because you read classical literature, most likely. That'd be like me thinking that all americans talk like they do in Poe or Melville's works.
What might throw you off in newspapers might be the writing style that journalists try to go for (often bad to passable honestly), but then that is not uncommon in this field regardless of their native language isn't it?

And I don't think it is exclusive to the french language but in school we are told that repetitions in language is one of the worst stylistic mistake one can make and should be avoided at all costs in any piece of writing that is not purely technical, like an instruction booklet.
This might be one of the reason you find some turns of phrases and word choices so weird. I would guess the same unwritten rule exists in most languages, but it is especially prevalent in french.

 No.60214

Does anyone have any kind of business/website and would like a software/app for it? I'm working from home so I've got a lot of free time

 No.60215

>>60214
O.K., what the flying fuck dude? I get you're desperate, but if you're going to put effort into spamming like this, at least do it in the right places and the right times, otherwise it's not just a waste of our time, it's a waste of YOUR time , too!

First of all, you post in an imageboard. Do you know how fast you'd usually get deleted or banned for spam because the owner of the board would usually rather you pay for an advert?

Second, you post in WIZARDCHAN. Do you know what the average disposable income is here? Enough so that 90% of the userbase is on SSI or bumming off of their parents. With that kind of demographic, do you think we have money? With that kind of userbase, and the large number of mental issues we have, do you think we're entrepreneurs or businessmen with ideas for websites and apps?

Third, you post IN THE FUCKING HOBBY BOARD FOR LEARNING FRENCH. If you're going to spam, AT LEAST make a new thread in /wiz/ or some place noticeable. Ffs.

Your behavior clearly indicates why, despite possibly having programming skills, you're so fucking idiotic that you can't find work with those skills. However, if you don't even have this level of common sense, I severely doubt that anything you make could possibly be good. The ONLY thing good about your post is the fact that at least you don't have broken grammar.

I'd usually not be so harsh, but if you shit up a thread, I'll dish back hard words at you right back as a form of revenge and retaliation. Fuck right off.

 No.60216

>>60209
>What might throw you off in newspapers might be the writing style that journalists try to go for (often bad to passable honestly)
>I would guess the same unwritten rule exists in most languages, but it is especially prevalent in french.
Dude, you're right. This was making me feel really despondent about learning this language.
Merci.

 No.61978

How do you get back up to try again when you've failed before?


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 No.54360[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ij9KXgiyDAc

Thought you guys might like this
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 No.61921

>>54360
I bought a few prints from Dave Bull's mokuhankan shop and have them up in my room. Initially I thought they were expensive for what they were, but when you realise what an absolutely ridiculous amount of effort went into both the carving and the printing I feel like I should be donating on top of the price. Incredible craft that I can only wish I could get into.

 No.61922

>>61921
man you just triggered some memories. dave bull is awesome i used to watch his streams and youtube channel a lot. tons of relaxing and informative content. when people get this good at something, they become fountains of useful information and curiosity

https://www.youtube.com/user/seseragistudio/videos

 No.61925

>>61922
I used to watch his streams until he started the octupus carving, which was repulsive on every level.

 No.61926

>>55130
Ex Libris stamps in books used to be a popular artform in the west.

 No.61961

>>54954
>>58390
DAT SYMPHONY OF CHAINSAWS



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