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 No.191136[Reply]

The lowly intelligent are soulless. They are a corruption in earth meant to destroy the literal world/nature. They are a semi sentient hive_mind of an extra dimensional source interconnected, now you know And now they know! careful.
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 No.191138

damn bruh
never thought of it that way…
it all makes sense now

 No.191139

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>>191137
cope i’ve destroyed the west with ease. The u.s will be on it’s fucking knees, the scientists of the grave have bestowed upon me the knowledge of direction.

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>>191139
babylon will not survive. You low iq demons will go whence back to your eternal darkness where you all came from

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>>191136
I call many of these people the political left.

 No.193114

Yea? What they gonna do when they comin for you?

Bad norms, bad norms…!



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 No.193017[Reply]

Serious topic now. What is the relation between mental disorder and being a wizard? For real, can being a wizard be a sign of not well functioning mind? Doesn't need to be full blow schizo or bipolar, just… well… not good in the head, light autism, somekind of abnormal mind, I dunno know, just curious, how many of you are officially dignoses with somekind of mental illnees or take any psychiatric medication?
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 No.193061

Mental disorder in itself is kind of hard to define. Psychology isn't a science and basically it boils down to them taking any sort of habit you have that deviates from what is considered socially acceptable in your area and then opening their big book of ailments and picking out the one that most closely resembles what you're doing.

And since they gain relevance and money by having as many people diagnosed with something as possible they're pretty loose on it.

 No.193064

>>193061
That's overly simplistic. A big part of having a mental disorder is that it causes significant distress, suffering or is dangerous to yourself or other people. It's enough for something to be simply abnormal or deviate from the average. Most disorders also require it to be persistent for prolonged periods of time.

For example, the difference between being shy and social anxiety disorder is that the latter causes significant distress and dysfunction. Being shy might not be optimal (obviously outgoing people do better socially), but it's still considered a normal personality trait that requires no treatment. One could try to improve and change their personality, but that's more life coaching territory than therapy.

 No.193065

>>193064
It's not enough*

 No.193066

>>193038
Cool pseudo-evolutionary psychology.

Mental illness isn't defined by being unable to reproduce, being unable to reproduce is sometimes reason that person can't reproduce - in the same way as physical illness, by the way.

Biological evolution is just natural process, not ideology or basis of some kind of moral compass or human evaluation.

Mutations are rare and mostly unimportant in whole process, the same goes with natural selection which for most time has much lesser impact than genetic drift. From 'tribal' perspective it's unimportant as evolutionary processes are much longer usually than modern human organization in tribes (which is younger than human ability to use language and tools, by the way)

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>>193066
Natural language bot post that doesnt even make sense



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 No.189482[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

The Matrix Reincarnation Soul Trap Theory states that life on earth is inherent suffering, and this suffering is harvested by beings called archons that trick souls into reincarnating on earth through different brainwashing tactics as well as a white light tunnel that lures souls into reincarnating, and wipes their memory., which makes the life experience a person gains mitigated. The white light tunnel is designed to keep souls trapped on earth forever and to make escape impossible.[1]

Although mainstream scientific consensus on life after death is inconclusive, there is a plethora of evidence to suggest that reincarnation is real, including verified cases of young children remembering past lives vividly and being able to pinpoint locations, names, etc.[2][3][4]

Remote viewing or 'extra sensory perception' was developed in the 1970's by the CIA and was used for espionage purposes. Remote viewing is the ability of a human being to perceive information and imagery of remote geographical targets, regardless of time and space. The CIA has declassified documents that provide scientific evidence for Remote Viewing.[5][6] Remote Viewing research by The Farsight Institute, provides further evidence of a tunnel of light soul trap. In a project called The Death Traps, 3 highly trained remote viewers from the Farsight Institute were tasked to remote view what happens to the soul of a person when the psysical body dies. All 3 of them perceived the exact same scenario without communicating with each other, that the soul is confused, disoriented and ends up entering a tunnel of light which violently shocks the soul. Immediately after that, the soul no longer has the memory of who it was and where it come from. Here's where you can watch the trailer of the full video.[7]


In another Farsight project called The Escape, they have investigated how Earth has long been used as a prison planet.

Our consciousness doesn't just exist within our brain, it's collected somewhere else, and we assume there's involvement with the schumann resonance. There a combination of magnetic fields in some kind of alignment with the rest of the solar system. There are also a combination of magnetic fields churning inside our heads. photons and gravity are both involved. If the basis of what makes knowledge and clairvoyance and the "spirit world" possible is photonic and gravitic, then it's hyperdimensional in nature. Properties of primarily hyperdimensionaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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>>192066
>subjective reality requires objective reality
Sorry I meant objective reality requires subjective reality.

Thanks for answering my questions, I came to a similar conclusion while thinking about it - overall as humans were just creating our own systems to describe the objects we percieve. It seems more likely that im a finite soul part of a greater soul, then any other system of thought. Ultimately our theories will be put to the test once we die, I hope to meet god or brahma or whatever. I'll bring up some more theories and questions I have.

 No.192192

>>192068
>So I'd say you're more of a self-described skeptic who hasn't yet examined deep enough the hidden assumptions in his mind, and that anything that seems to imply they're false, or at least throw some doubt on them, is instantly suspected of.
Brainfart this one to me. I mean elaborate a little.

 No.192476

I've read hundreds of NDEs, alongside books, personal accounts, OBEs, remote viewing and I'm torn between the Idea of the new-age "God sent you here for a missioN' and the horrifying Archon theory.

There's good evidence for both. I think about this stuff constantly. It just consumes my thoughts so much that I pay no attention to material matters anymore

 No.192906

>>192476
Archon? Like entire legions of djann?
I'd recommend you to read Castaneda's books about toltec shamans… they also mention these demons.

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Hello once again. Im here to discuss further things with you, I would like to contact you via email or discord, but if you do not wish to that is fine.

Anyway what is your opinion of the outside realm, I suspect simialar to the madoka magica anime humans may be harvest in a similar fashion but we certainly live in a rather nice prison, where we are able to live wonderful lives but also the deepest horrors. Im scared to find out what exists out there, but also intrigued. It seems many humans do not mind suffering if they are gifted pleasure.


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 No.192633[Reply]

I feel very stupid and that I don't actually know anything. I could tldr this as the Descartean notion of "I think therefore I am", but after that I do not agree with Descartes. I feel like I am stuck in this one agreement. I know that something is happening, but after that I feel like everything else there is, is either just interesting or something else, but not objective reality in their essence.
How could I ever rationalize this problem?
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 No.192684

>>192640
Asceticism and passions don't exclude each other necessarily. You yourself are driven by the passion and desire for knowledge, truth, wisdom, etc. If the majority saw how I lived they would say I was some ascetic monk. But I don't put some rationality, law or moral above myself. Except for my own set of values which are rooted in my emotions and desires.
That is why I said follow your desires but use your intelligence to do so in a cultured and disciplined way. I value self-control and discipline very much. Passions are like a wild river. They go everywhere and want to flood and submerge everything. Your rationality and intelligence are the dams. Use those dams to direct the river.

I try to live a complete celibate life, meaning no masturbation. But I don't try to live like this because of divine or moral laws or because I think it is so rational. It's just my own personal code of conduct that I follow. I sacrifice a part of me (that would like to masturbate often) for the sake of focusing on other desires. The desire to appreciate arts and to study about things for my own amusement for example. Reading a good book or watching an exciting movie bring greater pleasure and happiness to me than masturbation in the end.

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>>192684
That is an amazing thing you just wrote and I greatly appreciate it. Nevertheless I do feel like if you disregard materiality in the sense that I do, it does not leave much room for anything other than hope or faith. I am basing my actions (or atleast trying to) off of the feeling that I get when I think of a thing outside of the material universe. What that makes me feel is a sense of pointing pointlesness. What I mean by that is the same sense as when Augustine of Hippo talked about (road)signs, but directly in the way that the pointings toward something are completely pointless in themselves. I am trying to clarify here but I don't feel I am being too successful in it. What I mean that there is a pointless pointing towards something that has a point, maybe. But when I am thinking of how to attain that "point", all I can feel is that everything aside from that "point" is point"less", you see? So it is not so that I would "like" to disregard my passions or anything like that, it is that I view them pointless in regard to achieving the point that I am drawing towards.

 No.192893

>>192889
you ever try reading and really studying the bible? it gives both hope and faith.

 No.192894

>>192889
>. But when I am thinking of how to attain that "point", all I can feel is that everything aside from that "point" is point"less", you see? So it is not so that I would "like" to disregard my passions or anything like that, it is that I view them pointless in regard to achieving the point that I am
if they are pointing to the point you want to make, then they are not pointless for others because they illuminate the path to that point, their usefulness ceases after that for the people who sees the point you wanted to make. There is always the chance that the point you want to make is pointless itself, but one way to judge whether that point is pointless or not is having a clear view of what is good so you have something to compare that point to this objective good, if the point is not inherently good, it is pointless to point to it because an inherently bad point is pointless itself.
If God is inherently good, then all points pointing to Him are also good and have their use.

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>>192893
Yes I have and continue to do so. I am currently getting my masters in western theology, finally after a lot of trouble before this in my life.



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 No.189080[Reply]

I'm uncomfortable with adopting the label of "wizard" because I don't want to be a part of a culture created by someone else. I don't want to be the product of someone else's imagination. I dislike people that idly accept the label of "wizard" because these people are generally unthinking in most other aspects of their lives. These are people who would passively accept any ideology that floats within their cognizance. The same people who zealously believe in the religion enforced upon them in their upbringing. I hate the way you all act. I hate the memes. I hate the way you reflect eachother's oratory. You are so dull. You are so empty and without character. If I were to build a culture, it would show you all as strong and intelligent! It wouldn't celebrate weakness and poor choices. What do you all think of my viewpoint? Am I a heretic?
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 No.189270

I like the ideal of Wizard, and would be happy to conform and follow it. But I feel like most members of Wizchan don't live up to that ideal, idk if its the ideal wizard ideal, or just my personal vision of it. But I don't think these are flaws in Wizard per se, but in coming out of chan culture. I love the wiz, hate the chan

 No.189867

You sound like a faggot

 No.189870

before i came to wizchan, i would have thought being a volcel, neet, anti-natalist, gnostic, hermit were the defining features of myself. but seeing so many of the type on wizchan, and yet being so different from them, and disagreeing on such crucial issues. makes me realize those are important aspects of me, but not the defining

 No.189906

>>189174
Isn't that was Fredrick Brennan did? I mean how would that even work with his crippled penis of his

 No.192928

>>189080
What am I exactly unthinking about, you renegade? If you were to create a culture… you don't even have a point to expose why your whatever is better than some easy labels to define simple concepts.

Go have your rages elsewhere!



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 No.184681[Reply]

I don't understand this mindset, I've never looked at anyone and thought "I want to have sex with that person", neither have I thought that I want to be around some person just because they look attractive. I've always seen "crab" types talking about how they want some certain GF and I am just perplexed as to why? Like they will fawn over some person that they don't even know.

For me I hardly even acknowledge people unless for some reason I had to interact with them and we happened to share interests, obviously they've all been male and I don't have any problem with that. It's clear to me that a female wouldn't be interested in my hobbies so by extension they wouldn't be stimulating to spend any time with.

I also just look at my parents relationship, they have nothing in common, and I wonder why they even got together and had kids. In my head I just think of it like this, if that female they are so interested in was a male they probably would not care a single bit, but for some reason most normals value a pretty female over a friend that actually shares their views and hobbies and they have to choose one or the other. For some reason this made me think back to my old classes in grade school where we learned about ancient greece where women were just for having children and stayed in their social circle of other women and the real relationships and emotional bonding for men were between other men. I feel like that is the right mindset and how things should work, the constructs we see today of men getting along with the opposite sex are just media lies.

Did anyone else have this thought before? I'd like to learn exactly why normals think the way they do, it just seems completely illogical.
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 No.192775

>>192768
No I never will be like normals. succubi are too much evil, annoying and bothersome. I could never tolerate that shit.

 No.192787

>>192766
That’s really sad. I’ve honestly never really perceived the huge, insurmountable brain/behavior differences between men and succubi that people harp on about. Maybe I’m too much of a sperg to notice. I can’t imagine willingly spending all day around someone I thought was that totally different/alien/defective just for sex.

 No.192789

>>192787
normans rank sex as the most enjoyable life experience/activity. we cant imagine it because we havent experienced it ourselves.

 No.192917

>>184922
And yet, there is logic.

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 No.191754[Reply]

Wizbros… I don't feel so well…


How much of it is true? Do you agree?
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 No.191881

>>191754
Can someone provide a pdf of the book please?

 No.191882

>>191832
But it does not refer to what nowadays are known as crabs
It's a book about war propaganda and the involuntary celibates there are men at the frontlines, which are so for obvious reason

 No.191888

>>191754
>x… I don't feel so y…
I knew it was only a matter of time until they came here. Big shame.

 No.191890

>>191888
he's a Marvel fan alright

 No.192907

>>191754
Mostly! It's like me… but I don't sense why the normo who wrote this calls me a creep. He seems to easily lose his **** wherever something in the matrix is not rule by certain expectations.

>>191776
He admits our ability to develop ourselves when outcasting social pressures and manias, no matter how much he tries to suffocate this privilege by calling us creeps.



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 No.188055[Reply]

Does anyone here have studies or books about…well.. us, research about our personalities and psychology in general, like what psychology phenotype lead a person to become a NEET or a wizard? Why and how? It's a fascinating topic to dissect.
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 No.192762

I was a cheery out going kid. I wanted to make all the friends as a toddler. Insert the typical loser experiences. Fast forward to adulthood. I just have no inclination towards people. Neither self assertive nor natural instincts for it. I was so easily exploitable for laughs. So it was that was my adolescence. I struggled resolve why making friends hurt so much. I was nothing but a bait dog for others to puff themselves up. Never knew any other mode. Those at the bottom of the social ladder used me. The sped kids too. Fuck I struggled to figure out if bullying from the normie kids was serious or not but when the fucking potato kids were in on it too. That infuriated me. By adulthood I was completely exhausted with the whole ordeal. Over it.
I think my brain got behaviorally conditioned to reject by default. As the first reply said, it's my brain protecting itself. Adults aren't so brazenly pieces of shit at least not immediately. I can never get past that stage anyways. My brain is cocooned up into auto-self defense mode.
If I try to conciusly assert effort to operate otherwise, then my brain gears into full schizo mode. Overthinking over analysing, becoming paranoid, botching it at the end anyways.

 No.192764

>>188060
The most normalfag idea to ever be created. It's so condescending and smug it's amazing.

 No.192873

>>188055
my diary desu

 No.192877

>>192762
and do you want to be like that, man? and let everyone think they were right about you?

 No.192905

>>191877
Ah, thank you very much. God bless thee



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 No.192546[Reply]

Are you at peace? Do you accept your condition? Or do you rage against your destiny? Tell me, wizbros, do you dream of peace with yourself? Fate, destiny, futile struggle against what is ought to be, no one can escape what they are, the universe is fated to be what ought to be, enjoy while it last, the ride, at the end, is not that long, find peace.
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 No.192800

>>192783
It's not called "schizochan".

 No.192801

Life is inherently a pile of steaming shit but until I become way too bored of it and the autistic ideas that keep me amused are still there I won't blast my head off.
I just kind of need a job, though.

 No.192880

I can only feel rage and sadness.

 No.192883

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I wouldn't want it any other way.
Although getting good health back would be nice.

 No.192901

>>192800
*chuckle*



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 No.192671[Reply]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outsider_art

https://www.openculture.com/2019/05/the-artistry-of-the-mentally-ill.html

If we make things that are weird enough, maybe people will collect our art one day.
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 No.192749

>>192747
> it gives me anxiety cause i think i suck

So what if you suck? Do it for the fun of it. You are not trying to sell them or anything.

 No.192752

>>192675
Please dont from pol stuff here

 No.192754

>>192722
It is impossible to know what drove artists who are discovered after their death unless they kept a diary.

Same thing with artists who are alive but stay silent about their motives. A mute schizophrenic who paints things normies wouldn't expect from a clout chaser will be assumed to be pure. In reality, even toddlers care about the way they are perceived.

 No.192874

I'd like to be a creator of some kind but I'm dreadful at everything. I can't write, draw, play music etc

 No.192885

>>192874
that means you're qualified to make outsider art



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