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Anonymous 10013[Reply]

Am I the only one that thinks that chester Bennington was sacrificed by Jay Z?

Anonymous 10029

I mean, I don't think that, but I'm interested in why you think so.

Anonymous 10031

>>10013
>>10029
Jay Z has a history of allegedly sacrificing people, one of which being Kanye's Mom

Anonymous 10046




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Weirdest people you've been friends with Anonymous 8072[Reply]

Thought this could be like an accompaniment to the "Weirdest people you've met online" thread. I got to thinking about weird friends I've had and it made me realize alot of them have been pretty weird. Back in grade school I befriended:

>A furry who became my best friend. She would draw porn and gore in the middle of class. Obligatory weeb.

>Someone who gets sexually aroused by setting things on fire. Also is very into traps but not gay AFAIK. Obligatory weeb.
>Someone with a gigantess and vore fetish, and that would have a weird obsession with Germany and talking with a German accent. Obligatory weeb.
>Someone who got obsessed with getting their whole body pierced. Started with getting a lip piercing, then a nose piercing, then nipple piercings, and then a clit piercing. Also started fictionkinning as a little anime girl. (This was a girl btw, not moid FYI).
>Chainsmoker Chinese friend covered in tattoos and supposedly with BPD.
>Someone that would suddenly text me that she's taking a shit, while I was in the middle of class.
>Someone with aspergers that could sing the entire periodic table from memory. We ended up developing a whole depraved AU with him and the rest of my friend group. Huge Science nerd that knew alot about guns.
>Someone that developed over 50-60 different OCs and basically had an entire Tolkien lore of them.
>A girl that joked about raping me, because I'm "so kawaii". There was this one Japanese sims-like hentai game I got into at one point that you could make models of your favorite characters to have sex with them. She made a character based on me in it, apparently.
>A bunch of Hetalia-obsessed fujos that started only calling me by a country name rather than my real name. All started becoming lez for eachother to live out their yaoi ships.
>Someone who suddenly out of nowhere said he would walk into class and slit everyone except mutual friend sitting next to me's and my throat, because we "are nice".

Yeah, I've been friends with some pretty weird fucking people, bordering on possibly demented occasionally. Most of them have been pretty nice pPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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Anonymous 9537

>>8072
i was friends with
>this ginger cunt who has some mental illness ( autism or something) who openly said to the entire friend group that she likes a 9 year old ( she was 14) also apparently she meets the 9 year old every wednesday and she thinks he loves her too because he blowed her a kiss ( he probably was joking) im scared if she's done something to him.

>A , yet again , a ginger cunt. She was always confessing to my gay best friend , her entire personality was the fact that she was Irish (yet she couldn't even speak it that well) , she embarrassingly sang a shitty irish song infront of the whole school. She faked multiple mental illnesses and she got my other good friend into trouble because she asked the ginger cunt if she had BPD and she asked what are the symptoms so she said them and the ginger cunt started to cry when she said `wanting to kill yourself` as a symptom , the ginger cunt then snitched on my friend to the teachers.


tdlr; I fucking hate gingers
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Anonymous 9543

>fujoshi girl who'd act like a cartoon character in school and boast how their mom is offering all this money to buy new clothes for her, later trooned out
>some british guy who would sent me softocre hentai, couldn't have conversation longer than 5 minutes because would either agree with me on everything or just send memes, then talk about how they want Finnish girlfriend who can barely speak English.
>depressed neckbeard who would constantly tell me how he's too shy to talk to women, told him I was lesbian, still kept talking about how he could have sex with a friend (basically just saw every woman as a vessel to lose his virginity), kept telling me how "you can tell me everything" and how deep he is and such.
>Canadian who was always claiming to have every disability, how they're 7% black so they can say the n-word, insisted they were born in Switzerland but later on claimed they were from The Netherlands (said they had looked it wrong on their adoption papers lol), constantly changing which name they were using, always using shit ton of micro labels but were obviously just a attention seeking and chronically online girl

Anonymous 9855

Not your average weirdos, these are legit degenerates ngl.

Anonymous 10008

>>8072
Based. Wish I had a bunch of weirdo friends like this.

Anonymous 10011

>>8072
The NSA was weird top left bottom up sideways.



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Can you accidentally create a tulpa or am I schizo posting Anonymous 9801[Reply]

I have a character that I’m very attached to and when I am lonely I imagine she’s real and being friends with her. Normally she’s quiet, but she started talking back. And giving answers that are not my own conscious thoughts. I swear to god she is becoming real and I see more and more of her every single day

I’m not schizophrenic and I don’t have any psychosis that runs in my family. I don’t want to get rid of her btw, I want her to be here more. Anyone have any type of experience with this stuff?
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Anonymous 9918

>>9917
ik this is an old thread, but seconding as another person who has the did diagnosis it sounds dissociative, op, like a lot.

glad ur symptoms have cleared

Anonymous 9932

Go see a professional, nona, we can't diagnose you.

Anonymous 9945

>>9801
without really meaning to I ended up kind of making a tulpa of my cat after she died, idk if it's a full-fledged one but it's been over a decade and I can still visualize her perfectly at random times, being actively engaged in her typical activities or demanding my attention.

Anonymous 10005

Been slowly training myself to solidly give myself a sort of tulpa. I've always had imaginary friends that felt super real so I'm hoping to do that again and have a bit of a pseudo romance partner while I'm in my current situation. I can't be in a real romantic situation and I'm feeling a lot of longing for some love and happiness but doing things for myself rings hollow. Imagining a tulpa encouraging me to do things for myself or doing them with me makes it nicer to treat myself to a meal or settle in for a movie. It's also nice because I'm using it to replace the associations I had with my ex (my first real relationship) so I can start liking the things I love again and not just associating dates and romantic things with my ex monster (and him ruining nights or it being obvious empty lovebombing) but without making a mistake with rebounding while I'm still weak and wanting love to fill the void he created. I know most of that void is also just codependency beat into me so I need to safely heal it away.
It's also really helped with living with my agoraphobia. Not really with it going away or helping on its own but imagining him with me on the bus feels safer and I can focus on him instead of anyone so I have managed to leave the house a bit on my own. When intrusive thoughts of my ex or flashbacks come in he can wipe them away and come try and sooth me instantly without having to communicate obviously which is nice. Hugging myself through a situation doesn't feel as nice as imagining him surrounding me with safety and love and comforting me with judgement-free words partners say to their loved ones. It helps the pain a lot honestly. It's much more productive than any other places my imagination would otherwise go during an episode, it's like the spot is taken up by the mental power to create him so the memories aren't quite as strong when it happens. I'm hoping he can help me get my way into therapy because I'm in a spot where I haven't been strong enough to mail the damn referral. He'll probably also be better experience for what I want and don't want in a relationship too than the monster lol.
It's been comforting at least. I'm hoping to keep developing and growing it, it's been some of the nicest warm feelings along with also helping me to be used to love at all and accept things like my family's love better too.
I'm just rambling at this point but I think this tulpa thing was a great decision and I'm so happy I found this thread

Anonymous 10006

>>10005
Samefag but I guess the other thread was probably more appropriate but too late



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MBTI General Anonymous 8113[Reply]

whats your personality type?
whats your zodiac sign?
what type/sign do u like and dislike the most?

>INTJ Edgelord

>INFP crybaby
>ENTP will never shut the fuck up
>INTP forever alone
>ISTJ the ultimate NPC
>ESTP Chad
>ENTJ your future boss
>INFJ the ultimate form of horse shoe theory. He's either hitler or an SJW
>ENFJ sjw or normie

MBTI tests
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Anonymous 9954

>>9947
I think you just don't understand Fe, it's more than a people pleasing fear response (which you don't need Fe to do in all cases either). It's a pitfall that Fe valuers can fall into when they're in a poor mental space but it's not what Fe is. Awareness of community values and atunement towards the feelings of others can very much be a gift and is an important part of humanity. Becoming more healthily self focused doesn't switch you from Fe to Te, it's just not how it works.

You sound like you're projecting some stuff onto all INFJs/ Ni doms that might be part of another aspect of yourself.

Anonymous 9994

I don't know about my MBTI atm, but my enneatype is 9w8 sp/so 95(?)
I try to understand everyone, and I am aware that each type has some bad apples and golden nuggets. That being said, INTPs and 5wx's always come off as assholey to me because of their whole "misanthrope" shtick lol
Though I do know some good ones that don't hiss at any semblance of human contact. The majority? Yeah, mostly unpleasant.

Anonymous 9999

>>8113
>What’s your personality type?
INTJ…
>What’s your zodiac sign?
Scorpio
>What type/sign do u like and dislike the most?
I don’t really care for other scorpios but at the same time I tend to get along with them. I like Pisces, aquarius, and libras.
I feel torn when it comes to Tauruses. From a distance they are great to be around, but most tauruses I’ve become close to become disturbingly evil when they want something from you that they don’t have (when they get jealous) and therefore I am not close with anymore tauruses. I also dislike Cancers because they are too emotional (even though my husband and kids are all cancer, I am working on understanding this part of them and becoming more patient), and Sagittarius because they are either a high key bitch or a low key bitch. Either way, I feel that they are not for your best interest. I do have to respect that they don’t care if they’re a bitch, though.

I will say I don’t believe too strongly in this stuff and don’t care when people do me wrong and I don’t blame it on their sign, but it is interesting to notice the patterns (such as Taurus being really awesome and then becoming really evil). I like to play around with this stuff and learn about it, but at the end of the day I don’t hold that stuff against anyone.

Anonymous 10001

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>>9954
I can't believe that people on crystal dot cafe are trying to convince me that Fe does not belong in the ICD.

>Awareness of community values and atunement towards the feelings of others can very much be a gift and is an important part of humanity.

It's indeed a good thing in certain situations, but know where heightened levels of empathy come from. It's always in an organism's best interest to care for itself first and foremost. Healthy animals sacrifice even their own offspring to save their own asses (look up filial cannibalism). Once you start putting other people's (emotional) wellbeing over your own, you can be assured that your thinking is maladaptive.

>Becoming more healthily self focused doesn't switch you from Fe to Te, it's just not how it works.

Te is not self-focused either as it's also an extraverted function, but only Fe has you self-sacrifice for the benefit of others.

Besides that, MBTI puritans are annoying. It's been proven time and time again that the results are inconsistent, even when taking the professional test not an online one. What it helps is show you where the person roughly is RIGHT NOW. Want to know what sort of questions lead to a high ranking in Fe? The people-pleasing ones. Ones where you answer "I would give up a higher position for myself if I felt like my co-worker needed it more", "I feel uncomfortable rejecting someone or saying no", "I would rather take the blame for an accident to save my friend from getting in trouble". You eliminate your people-pleasing tendencies and you will be answering "No" to all of these questions, ergo not score high in Fe. And what will be waiting for you then? Te.

To bring this back to my original post, I'm convinced INFJ and INTJ are the same type as INTJs are highly empathetic, too, but it's more situational for them, which is healthier. Have you seen how common it is to describe INTJs as "the most feeling thinkers" and INFJs as "the most thinking feelers"? Yes, INTJs are healthier INFJs. If they struggle to gauge other people's emotional state, it means that they haven't ever come into contact with neurotics where they needed to learn how to navigate their internal turmoil before, which Ni would happily help them do anyway. INFJs got gifted that shit when they (very likely) needed to accommodate fPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

Anonymous 10002

>>10001
some of these traits seem a bit incoherent. like, if you can't take criticism because you think it's a personal attack, then that seems pretty self absorbed in a way that's not conducive to empathy. if they also can't stand up to people then presumably they let vulnerable people get bullied, which doesn't seem very empathetic or reliable either.



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I want to start worshipping Gods Anonymous 9680[Reply]

Does anybody else here worship the Greeks? How do you get started? Do I just make an altar and start praying? Can an altar be anything?
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Anonymous 9708

baringtheaegis.blogspot.com
a highly useful resource, it's been inactive for a couple years, but still the best blog I know of on this subject. the author is a lesbian, apparently.

Anonymous 9972

>>9680
Why do you want to worship the Greek gods?

Anonymous 9983

>>9972
Literally no reason. It's a stupid impulse.

Anonymous 9996

>>9983
Might I suggest just try sending love and appreciation towards a creator God? Or at least not the Greek/Roman gods cause they hate women and all stories are of them being assholes. No need for rituals or anything, just take a moment to send a thanks for life and your blessings and then wish for whatever you want from specific to general sending of help or easing of burdens. I find a personal connection is nicer than the rigid rituals of old and just freely asking for things has gotten them for me. Granted I haven't asked for anything too crazy but they happen from me finding a killer new phone deal the day mine broke (phone I wanted that's not even sold in my country), to consistently catching buses when normally I have shit bus luck now that I pray before leaving, and a freak situation happened which saved me from an ex I was too scared to leave making him leave for me while I kept everything after he'd done stuff to ensure I couldn't have rights to my things.
If you're looking to fill your worship hole and get things honestly I feel praying to the Creator is the best option and on the right track cause shit does happen. I got a friend to try and they're experiencing the same wave of good things and wishes granted so it's not just me being crazy from what I can tell. Meanwhile I know I ranted at Zeus and the others as a small child reading the stories and nothing happened so honestly I think they're a dead end spiritually. Plus they're all dicks

Anonymous 9998

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I'm sure you can get creative, seeing how these Gods are no longer a coherent religion, but romanticized relics of the past.

An idea would be to look into what other people who worship a certain god/dess do. If you'd like something handy and quick to orient yourself how to honor a god, here's a fantastic blog that has handy cheat sheet guides how to approach every Olympian god and more minor deities. It's got interesting details but is still concise.

https://screeching-0wl.tumblr.com/post/666952242338856960/hellenic-cheat-sheets

Picrel is an example sheet on Artemis from the same blog. Devotional acts are, I assume, the best way to show worship. Fortunately, this doubles as self-improvement in the name of your god or goddess, so you can't lose even if you abandon your interest in Greek deities. May you pick the most suited patron for what's best in your interest. Best of luck anon!



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Anonymous 9964[Reply]

I'm not sure if this belongs on /b/ or here but why is it that the vast majority of spiritual leaders (e.g. Jiddu Krishnamurti, Osho, Mooji etc.) are moids but the vast majority of people who are seriously into religious or spiritual practices (e.g. meditation, yoga, respect for nature or animals etc.) on the ground are women? I've never met a moid who wasn't either an atheist or religious for exclusively pragmatic reasons (e.g. securing a subdued woman).
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Anonymous 9967

>>9964
Men create, women maintain. Women are traditionally the most devout and lifelong proclaimers of their religion. This point of view has existed for milennia. Read the Book of Ruth.(YOU CAN'T SIT WITH US)

Anonymous 9969

>>9964
All teachings in the Christian church tradition (circumcision, crucifying the flesh, patience and love for the young) are taught to keep risk-taking and impulsive masculine vocation from reigning supreme– The time wherein the Antichrist will Arise. Paul's hermeneutics on women are the inverse of this, and teach women how to be faithful maintainers & wives in their Earthly dwelling.

Anonymous 9970

>>9964
25 Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it;

26 That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word,

27 That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish.

The Church is made for Man, not Man for the church. The Church maintains Man. The Church is a woman. Christ is her bridegroom.

Anonymous 9977

>>9965
>I don't know if I am justified in saying this, and it might sound a bit goofy, but I think that males are spiritually constipated, if not incapable of it altogether.

I think this sounds entirely plausible to me. Could you elaborate on what you mean by spiritually constipated? I often see an almost irrational, faith-based reluctance to engage seriously in spiritual pursuits (and by that I don't mean mechanistic religious rituals but stuff like meditation, for instance). They also seem to lack a kind of sensitivity to the sorts of experiences that spark curiosity and commitment to these pursuits in the first place - like I've never met a man who took a serious interest in just walking in nature or appreciating beauty for its own sake. I wonder to what extent they spend their time absorbed in their own delusional thoughts, rather than paying attention to the world, relative to women.

Anonymous 9982

>>9977
I'd interpret to mean someone who's spirituality is only a tradition, just repeating whatever authoritative figures tell them to believe without any personal, subjective input.

Moids can feel everything we do, they just aren't likely to express feelings verbally



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weird world wide web Anonymous 538[Reply]

post odd things you found online
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Anonymous 9581

>>9564
not to play devils advocate too much, but those barn stars are very common in texas. If they were different colors like the link said it would be a different story, but pretty much everyone keeps one (or more) of these as yard and house decor. the house on the bottom right with the star inverted is definitely abnormal.
The aquarium thing is very scary though. TX is a bit of a hotbed for human trafficking.

Anonymous 9591

>>9433
Holy crap, could they be secret locations for human trafficking or Illuminati hideouts?

Anonymous 9594

>>9591
It's human trafficking shit for sure.

Anonymous 9717

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXIrNTBc4A0
This one's not creepy, just an awkward music video some woman made that I stumbled upon. It has 1.4k views right now. I feel like someone here might appreciate it.

Anonymous 9974

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animistic witchcraft Anonymous 9921[Reply]

who here follows the gods or local spirits? I practice a folk religion and give regular offerings to the land and my home nisse. eventually I wanna practice animistic witchcraft and do spirit working. anyone else?


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Anonymous 9899[Reply]

How do you feel about Gnosticism?


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Whatever you are, you decided to be Anonymous 9129[Reply]

You are the reason your life is in the state it is today. To live the life you want, you have to align yourself with that life.
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Anonymous 9794

>>9792
I dunno nona, maybe your ~soul~ wanted you to have a complex personality and a rich backstory at the cost of your mental health

Anonymous 9874

>>9792
I have normal parents but have dated people with alcoholic bpd parents before and let me tell you - they choose those parents over themselves, over their partners, and over their futures, over and over again. Some people just respond better to being treated like shit

Anonymous 9879

>>9874
It's called conditioning from being abused yeah. Some people do break out of it.

Anonymous 9896

>>9133
Late response but quitting soda and juice and chewing gum instead of bored snacking is helpful

Anonymous 9897

>>9768
Hmm maybe, sometimes I just have this full of myself approach when I look in the mirror I see a goddess and when I hear my voice it sounds like music to my ears



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