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Alright so I love to lucid dream. And I try to get maximum control on em. So I try my hardest. Drink melatonin boostin drinks and foods
> So I always drink a huge glass of almond milk before sleeping and I always fall in some dream at light halfway. Where I feel, see, think and act as myself but I rarely get the fullest control.
> i started getting these weird dreams on water and its always the same, on a canoe. And I then teleport into the water, suffocating and theres this hideous and I mean hideous walrus always looking at me.
> it feels like drowning but never loosing consciousness.
> he always tells me tips and shit
> he also tells me that hes connected to me.
> always ends up that I gain control of dream and always end up in sweats.
What does it mean?
Dear God, Mr. Tusk. Where are you?
Do you want to be put out of your misery?
I have this boring dream where I'm a canoe. I'm carrying some dumb fuck and there's this ugly as sin walrus. For giggles I eventually teleport the numbnuts around and into the water, making sure he gets just enough air to stay conscious. And this shitstain of a walrus keeps staring at the bumblecunt.
OP, sorry to be an asshole but I've got an idea.
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when I was younger I use to believe in astral projection. I never really practiced it but I would have an experience about once or twice a year. these experiences involved getting the vibrations and hearing the humming and buzzing noises before "leaving" my body. the setting for my experience where always the room that I was sleeping in. I would get up with limited or no control and try to navigate my way through my house. If i was lucky I would make it outside where I would attempt to fly. 9 times out of 10 it wouldn't work but every now and again it would. What contributed to my belief was that there were others who had the same experiences that I was having. online forums filled with people describing the same exact thing that I felt, that and my experiences just felt way to real to be a lucid dream.
fast forward a couple years to last night I was sleeping at my job (I'm an EMT who works nights). I usually don't sleep at work because of insomnia and if I were to get a rescue call and I wake up from a dream I experience vast amounts of confusion for like 5 minutes after waking up, making it dangerous if I'm driving. well last night I decided to try to get some sleep and it took a bit but I managed to do it. I became lucid in one of my dreams but ended up waking up when I curled my toes. I laid in the bunk for what seemed like 30 seconds when lo and behold I start getting the vibrations and humming noises. its been years since I've experienced this and usually when I get to this state I've fucked it up by getting excited but this time it was different, I wasn't excited and kept my mind calm.
after the vibrations passed I felt like I was dragged up through the bunk above me were someone else was sleeping. I couldn't see anything and it felt like i got entangled with him and heard him say "what the hell are you doing?" I woke up unsure if I actually interacted with him but no, hes still sleeping.
Also, this person in a /pol/ thread talks about his experience with the buzzing vibrations after trying nofap:
Any woke /x/ists have more information? Is it related to the kundalini? I almost never read about this phenomenon in lucid dreaming guides, but I always hear about it from people's personal accounts of lucid dreaming or astral projection.
this is exactly what I'm talking about, other people have the same experiences as well. I've done kundalini exercises for astral projection as part of this 4 month guide (steve g jones's art of astral projection) but never really stuck with the program so I can't say with certainty that it is kundalini that causes the feeling. I think I still have the recordings laying around somewhere so I might give it another try some time soon seeing how my interest is back.
ive never made it past the vibration. pretty sure its your entire body numbing out. definitely an indescribably feeling.
closest id say would be heroin but then again ive never done heroin
Holy shit OP I've been waiting for a thread like this! I had the exact same experience about two moths ago! I know about astral projection and like you, had done it very few times before, although mainly by luck. But as you mentioned, I usually only got to the buzzing static like noises part or when I felt my body being dragged up. Very rarely had I "explored" around me during projection. I would either freak out or instinctively jump making me "wake up" so to say. However, two months ago I managed to get a bit further
Before I went to bed I had read that flexing and stretching your muscles could help you astral project. Well that night I did exactly that and laid on my belly with my face turned to the side. I cleared my mind and focused only on my breathing. Now this seemed easy and all but I laid completely still and focused on my breathing for abit more than 10 minutes before anything happened. After this I began to experience the buzzing and hizzing noises. This time I was prepared and knew that it was completely normal. I remained stable and after what seemed like a minute later, the noises stopped and I began to feel my body being dragged up. At this point I was anxious to see what came next so I again kept my cool until I noticed that my lower back down to my toes were "out of my body" yet the rest of my body was still laying down. It felt as if someone was holding my legs up and was trying to pull the rest of me out. I must mention that I did indeed feel hands wrapped around my legs. Soft, feminine type hands. Shortly after, I felt an extremely pleasurable rush of energy being transferred from my legs down to my lower back, stopping there and not reaching the rest of my body. The feeling is a bit difficult to explain as it felt amazing yet so "electrical" so to say. Current seems like a good word for it. It got to the point where I just couldn't handle it and I "jumped" and felt my legs and lower body fall back into my body and I awoke right after. 1/2
I was fully conscious the whole time and everything was so vivid. I couldn't look back to see what, if anything was behind me holding my legs because as I said I was laying on my belly and face was turned to side.
I've looked online for some insight to my experience but haven't found much. Someone mentioned to me that it could have been a demon or succubus holding my legs while someone else claimed that it could have been a spirit trying to help me project. I see that you mentioned the kundalini and this actually explains a lot. It's said to be located at the base of the spine and I felt the rush around my lower back. What's even more shocking to me (no pun intended) is that the kundalini has been described as an electric current. Which again, best describes what I felt. I hope to find out more and I've tried experiencing the same thing but have not been successful so far. But the Kundalini resonates with me the most. 2/2
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The Earth is flat, we only think it's round because of the tulpa skinwalkers cutting down the giant trees then hiding in Antarctica. I learned about it with divination.
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Florida is the perfect blend of comfy and spooky. Between the Hand of Death Cult, all the dead bodies in the Everglades, St. Augustine, face eaters and everything in between, it's clear that Florida has some weird shit going on there.
Anyone else from Florida? Have you had any /x/ related encounters in Florida?
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>>18649489 > Be Floridian > See aligator turtle > Satan and hell are real, y'all
Found the alligator turtle
El Vernona Hotel aka Ringling Towers, Sarasota
Gone now but would've been awesome to explore.
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So, /x/. This is my first time here. I'm just wondering if there is some sort of general consensus among the visitors of this board - are paranormal phenomena real or are you just here for some good old creepy fun?
Just here cuz board
Yes, everything on /x/ is 100% real, and anyone who doesn't agree with this statement can just GTFO
This thread does serve as an insight into /x/ though. Even if it isn't 100% representative, I now know more about /x/ than I did before. For example, your post taught me that this board has its annoying snartasses too.
>>18654339 >are paranormal phenomena real
It's a really broad category. Stuff like Forteana is confirmed real, we just aren't sure why it happens. Other things like ghosts are well attested, but there's little hard evidence. Probably something to that. Then there's tinfoil stuff that's probably not legit. For example, most gangstalking is pretty clearly just schizos being batty.
As to why I personally am here, I like spooky stuff. Sometimes there's some here.
About your image, I'd like to make you aware that it's an edited version. Where it says /b/, it originally was labelled /d/ (which makes more sense). If you look close, it's in a different font.
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its a good point but with the internet and more importantly donald trump winning making mainstream media look like liars, which most people already suspected, discretionary news doesn't really work anymore on the normies. not saying they still wont try to use it since its worked so well for so long but we already knew the media are whores. this is nothing revolutionary anymore.
But what if I have no shared ancestry with the semites? Does that mean God doesn't care about me too?
you will be judged in heaven.
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what do you think when you see this
Augmented reality is getting better. That's the best Minecraft graphics I've ever seen.
I've moved through all of those to acceptance. I have accepted that people are fucking stupid. The five stages are about grief, not buying into idiotic conspiracy theories you dingus.
You seem to be fighting common sense with tenacity. Shill.
Nay, hard for a few.
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What is the shape of our universe? Where does it end? When you get to the edge, do you pop back out into the same universe, but on the other side of it, like in some old video games?
>>18652796 >What is the shape of our universe
nobody can disprove this
My take on it is that it's basically a twin-hypersphere capable of intersection. This side of the universe holds most of the "normal" matter we all know. The other side holds most of the antimatter.
That being said, intersection comes in two forms, mutually inverse: on our side, a punch through is a black hole, and in theory would cause the virtual particles and/or quantum field of the other side. Likewise, in theory, the other side also has an equivalent of a black hole, and it causes the virtual particles and/or quantum field of our side of the universe. Of course, if they are close enough to intersect, they are close enough to interact - and this opposing half of the universe would be the cause for most, if not all unexplained forces we see, such as what we pinned on "dark matter/energy". It is also where "mirror matter" is held. This geometry would have been caused by a symmetrical, perfectly diametrically opposed n-dimension big bang expansion. At least that's my (admittedly most likely uneducated) take on it.
It's two toruses of about equal size. we're just one very small part of the matter torus, the other one is made of antimatter and time is reversed completely, inbetween them is a large singularity, the origin point of the universe, where the rules of physics break down completely as the quantum foam reaches total resonance flow equilibrium.
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The outside seems to be organic in nature, imagine being inside a chest cavity with heart as the universe, it's something of the sort.
The universe itself is multi-layered and any particular world resides alone in its "copy". That means all other astral bodies are empty for us but may have life in another layer. Also at some point the universe was or will be (unsure of this) solid matter, with pockets of life entirely isolated from each other. There's a way to move through this matter but not to navigate.
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hey guys, legitimate question here. i know this board is full of glorified LARPers but i really needed to ask this..
what's the significance of wolves howling? i have never heard it before in my life and this is after some very good things have been happening to me. i have been decidedly less religious in the past few days however. is this a sign? of some kind (any at all, not just religious)? for reference it started post-midnight.
They like to howl.
The wolf howl, either by luck or by what you might consider guided evolution, resonates with an extremely high-pitched (from its perspective) harmonic of the moon. The howl produces in humans alone, almost instantly and in almost all cases, a unique feeling of deep dread mixed with religious awe. This emotion represents a particular "food" required by the moon for its evolution. The famous "blood chilling" effect of wolf howls is the feeling of certain nutrients leaving the human body and being drawn toward the moon.
This is why wolves howl.
It's a booty call for wolves
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I'm enjoying this book so far. 1/3rd of the way through it now.
Holy shit, Skinwalkers scare the bejesus out of me. They are 100% real and they are so not okay that I have considered suicide as an alternative to living in a world with fucking skinwalkers. How is the book?