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/spooky/ board rules. Admin! Ace of Diamonds#Vw7ZiR 08/31/2019 (Sat) 12:08:11 No. 5 [Reply]
Here are some rules for this board.

1. Tasteful NSFW images are allowed, but porn is not allowed. We're not going to pretend that /spooky/ is a safe-for-work environment. Please do not browse while you're in polite company. You do not have to use a spoiler tag for tasteful NSFW images.

Definitions:
Tasteful NSFW is a painting of a nude goddess, photography of a classical statue, in which there isn't much sexual nature in the nudity.
Porn is classified in these rules as images in which a woman, trap, or man is getting fucked and it is sexual in nature.

Some images may be on the fence, such as classical paintings which are sexual in nature, succubus women, and so on. If you are not sure, please use a spoiler tag. These rules are not extremely strict, and you won't get perma-banned for making a simple mistake.

2. Please keep threads on topic, and be mindful of the board description. If you are not sure if a thread is allowed, please feel free to post it anyway and see if it gains traction.

3. On the discussion of religion, beliefs, and philosophy--
Insults are fine, per imageboard culture. However, calls to violence are unacceptable.

4. If you are a skeptic of the paranormal, please be respectful.
*The spirit of this rule is trying to allow a place to discuss /spooky/ stuff without constant criticism from unbelievers.

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If you have a question or need clarification, please feel free to ask ITT.

Anonymous 10/01/2019 (Tue) 18:41:18 No. 89 [Reply]
Dragons existed in the medival world
>>89
Do you know of any writings about medieval dragons?
I only know of stories related to them in the viking period circa 800 - 1000 A.D
The viking ships often had dragon features carved into them and there was said to be a dragon in the eastern parts of Iceland
>>90
More on this? Where to start?
>>120
The dragon in Iceland I mean.
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Please post more about this. I’m very much interested. Isn’t it true that dragons were incredibly intelligent?

/spooky/ images Skeleton 09/14/2019 (Sat) 11:28:29 No. 28 [Reply]
I'm going to dump my favorite occult related images ITT. Feel free to post your own.
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Careful, it's a little nsfw.
>>42
this is completely inappropriate for /spooky/ tbh

MODS
STOP THIS MADMAN
>>43
No it's spooky as like as the others
b&mpi
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>>28
>Beksinski
Excellent

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spooky webms Skeleton 09/17/2019 (Tue) 00:33:59 No. 44 [Reply]
let's see 'emmm
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>>49
Truly scary
there's more scare shit on the Bible
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Tarot. Skeleton 09/20/2019 (Fri) 04:17:34 No. 50 [Reply]
I'll be offering tarot in this thread indefinitely.

Please post your question (nothing general) and a song of your choice.
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>>61
Thank you!
How long will it be until my next relationship?
>>50
Greetings, should I prepare for more adversity in the immediate future or will my journey be eased with some relief?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2L7bjF9enrs
What does the Hanged Man mean?

Skeleton 10/12/2019 (Sat) 06:23:45 No. 110 [Reply]
I'm doing research on magical traditions, folk magic, ghost hunting, ghost banishment, and other paranormal things related to death, dying, ghosts and the like. I want to read about what people believed/currently believe, but not from an angle of them assuming I already know what they are talking about.

I'm a writer and want to get this shit "right", so to speak, but my local library has me finding stuff that doesn't help. It's hard to do research on this kind of thing without either falling into woo-woo crystal land of believing everything, or skeptic debunker land. I just wanna know what "magic" people believed in, and would use to cast out spirits, bind ghosts, bring things back from the dead, things like that, whether it worked or not. So, any websites I should refer to? Any books I should read?
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Now we're going to get into types of magic. There is a third camp, which is the more neutral camp. These are people who use chaos magic. They don't really care how it works in most cases, they just believe it does and questioning the 'how' is irrelevant. I personally believe this camp gets it right, but I am biased.

Something to remember is that the occult is the exact opposite of science. Take a look at the scientific method.

Make an Observation. Scientists are naturally curious about the world. ...
Form a Question. After making an interesting observation, a scientific mind itches to find out more about it. ...
Form a Hypothesis. ...
Conduct an Experiment. ...
Analyse the Data and Draw a Conclusion.

From my perspective, the magical method would be the opposite of this.

Consider what kind of working you'd like to do, and why.
Design your spell, and consider what results you'd like from it.
Do your working with the previous considerations.
Give it some time to play out (usually as a coincidence)
Did it work? Did you get what you wanted out of the working? If so, good job. If not, go back to the previous steps and try again. It's possible you asked for the impossible, like winning the lottery. Magic has to be designed with a path of manifestation, otherwise it will not work. For example, you're not going to win a million dollars; it's more likely that someone in your family will die and give you money as an inheritance.

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For a starting point which isn't overwhelming, I suggest reading this: https://www.deviantart.com/bluefluke/gallery/52627976/the-psychonaut-field-manual

This is a chaos magic guide. It makes it very easy to understand as a n00b. If you've read my wall of text and are interested in more information, I will give us a chance to pause the conversation before continuing into other types of magic such as Hermeticism, Wicca, and so on.
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>>111
Trips of truth

/bg/ Skeleton 10/07/2019 (Mon) 00:36:10 No. 85 [Reply]
/bg/ - Baphomet General

What does /X/Chan think of baphomet?
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>>85
pretty based tbh
I wish he could help me summon a succubus gf
>>87
tittyfuck from baph-tan
>>93
>Baphomet
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>>86

i'd δειτε her εντερα

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The ghost of xchan. Skeleton 09/27/2019 (Fri) 03:44:44 No. 79 [Reply]
I have some knowledge from good authority that there's a user on xchan who does not know they are cursed. Whenever you read their posts, you will forget what you read after you close the site. You will never remember this anon or their posts, even though they contribute interesting discussion all the time. You may have even talked with this anon before and won't remember it later.

Some say this user is dead; others say this user is in a parallel reality which glitches fairly frequently. What do you think? Who is it? Where do they come from?
Is it you? Do you want to be remembered?
Likely all will forgot of this, but if you do not, luck be upon you, and may the gods smile.
its me
>>84
no, literally me
>Here to help make a shadow quest: Trouble in the omnidimension. #[e/scape/d]

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The Nobody (General Thread) N? 10/09/2019 (Wed) 05:43:21 No. 98 [Reply]
The purpose of this thread is to talk about nobody related topics, encourage healthy discussion/speculation and generally spread good vibes and send our prayers to the nobody.
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Yep he sure does.
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bamp
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Here's one more for now.
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oh fuck it here's another one.
Apologies, I had to transfer the thread because it didn't belong in xchan.

Interesting discussion though. I've been following the concept of The Nobody for a while, and I am extremely curious about it.

/pagan/ general Skeleton 10/07/2019 (Mon) 10:53:52 No. 91 [Reply]
Which pantheon do you follow? Which gods do you worship?

Do you want to share pictures of your holy spaces? If not, what do you usually offer and what are your daily/weekly rituals?

General /pagan/ discussion ITT.
>>91
How does one decide what pantheon to follow? Also you go first OP, which do you follow?
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>>92
The Roman gods and goddesses are amazing.

I think if you want to start getting into a pantheon, the best thing to do is make an honest attempt to reach out. Ask them to give you a sign, and if it's meant to be, they will.

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