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Can /x/ or a conspiracy/paranormal board be added onto 16chan? Anonymous 10/01/2021 (Fri) 23:03:16 No. 22593
/x/ on 4chan, and 8kun is pretty horrible now, and there aren't really any other good conspiracy/paranormal image boards, or forums on the internet so I think it would be great if /x/ or something similar was added here.
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>>22593 I would like an /x/ board here too.
>>22593 I will add my voice as well. I believe an /x/ board on 16 would be interesting and would garner enough posts to be worth having.
>>22598 >>22599 >>22593 I would rather have people be pushed towards the spiritual threads on /fascist/ and /culture/ than to an /x/ board. /x/ seems like a refuge for crypto-kike ideologies.
nothing of value ever came from /x/ except free scripts for, and from (((history channel))) prove me wrong. Just make an x thread on pol you don't need a board.
consider using >>>/culture/1539 to focus support for the creation of an /x/ board. it will probably be made if enough organic interest is shown. >>22600 some posters may not be interested in that content, though. >>22601 >Just make an x thread on pol the designated thread already exists on culture. not all x-related content overlaps close enough to warrant discussion on pol.
>>22600 >I would rather have people be pushed towards the spiritual threads on /fascist/ and /culture/ Absolutely not. /fascist/ moderation is not conducive to open discussion about fringe topics. Moderation is MUCH too heavy for kooky ideas. Personally I would like alternatives to /fascist/ wherever possible, it is hard enough to have decent discussion on COVID related topics, let alone "schizo shit." Furthermore /culture/ does not get much traffic. An /x/ thread on culture would not be noticed by new visitors to the site. /x/ should join other boards on the front page listing. Having an /x/ board separate from /pol/ would allow pol to remain more political and less of a catch-all board for people to dump their random shit. Why do we have mde and 200acres but x is not ok?
>>22603 as far as i know, those are fallback boards meant to be used only if their target audiences need to reorganize if their current spaces censor them.
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>>22598 >flat earth
>>22603 >Moderation is MUCH too heavy for kooky ideas I've had discussions about OBEs, paranormal experiences, mass mind control via vaccines, A.I super intelligence fed by human thoughts, among other things. They tend to be pretty open to fringe topics. >Furthermore /culture/ does not get much traffic. An /x/ thread on culture would not be noticed by new visitors to the site. I don't want a board that is going to attract 4cuck users en masse. Just use the culture thread made for /x/ topics. If there is enough of an audience here already, it will be used. >catch-all board for people to dump their random shit. /culture/ for this this reason. Why do we have mde and 200acres but x is not ok? Bunkers
>>22606 I've been censored all to shit multiple times for much less, and no I was not being a faggot. >I don't want a board that is going to attract 4cuck users en masse. 4cuck users would already have made their way here en masse. They already have (though at quasi-manageable levels). An /x/ board would not change the rate of refugees significantly. >/culture/ for this this reason Unfortunately many don't use it as intended, though. >Bunkers Ah, makes sense. Part of the idea of /x/ is the aura of the board. Pol, culture, and fascist do not have said aura. Talking about OBEs on a board labeled /fascist/ sounds about as appealing as eating cheese in a sauna.
>>22606 >They tend to be pretty open to fringe topics. Perfect example right here: >>22605
>>22608 >>22607 >I've been censored all to shit multiple times for much less, and no I was not being a faggot. What happened? >4cuck users would already have made their way here en masse. They already have (though at quasi-manageable levels). An /x/ board would not change the rate of refugees significantly. To warrant an /x/ board, you would need enough people to make it worth it to make. I don't think there are enough people here to warrant it, so the userbase would have to come from elsewhere. 4cuck users have not come here in large numbers, and I think that something like an /x/ board could become a large driver of migration. >Unfortunately many don't use it as intended, though. If people see it in the feed, they will use it. Start posting in there and it will get traction >Talking about OBEs on a board labeled /fascist/ sounds about as appealing as eating cheese in a sauna. Fascist is a pretty spiritual board. You'd be surprised. >>22608 If you have convincing and logically sound evidence of flat earth, post it in the /x/ thread on /culture/
>>22609 I'm not posting shit anywhere. I HATE helping you faggots. I'm always one of about 5 posters breathing life into this website while faggots like you try to coerce me with your faggy arguments. I HATE YOU. FUCK YOU.
>>22609 >Fascist is a pretty spiritual board. You'd be surprised. YOU ARE A FUCKING JOKE HOLY SHIT ALL RELIGION ON FASCIST IS DEAD. THERE IS ZERO SPIRITUAL LIFE THERE. DEAD POST AFTER DEAD POST. LIKE WATCHING ROTTING FLESH DISCUSS ZOROASTRIANISM. ABHORRENT.
you'll newniggers don't even know about /hypno/. 16chan is rightful tranny clay. now render that bussy unto me.
>>22611 >I'm always one of about 5 posters breathing life into this website while faggots like you try to coerce me with your faggy arguments. I guess you could say that /pol/ has lost some steam, but fascist is pretty lively. >YOU ARE A FUCKING JOKE HOLY SHIT ALL RELIGION ON FASCIST IS DEAD. THERE IS ZERO SPIRITUAL LIFE THERE. DEAD POST AFTER DEAD POST. LIKE WATCHING ROTTING FLESH DISCUSS ZOROASTRIANISM. ABHORRENT. Take a look at the AAG generals. There is plenty of spiritual life in those threads, including several accounts of what the anons who posted them believe to be communication with the divine.
>>22614 >AAG generals >spiritual life in those threads Spiritual life if you enjoy mainlining satanism directly from glows.
>>22615 >Spiritual life if you enjoy mainlining satanism directly from glows. Are you a christian?
>>22614 >/pol/ has lost some steam, but fascist is pretty lively /pol/ is DEAD because of /fascist/. pol moderators are actual human beings. fascist BO is a massive petty faggot, and a control freak. i'm probably speaking with him right now.
>>22618 Is that a yes? >>22617 >/pol/ is DEAD because of /fascist/ Probably. I assume the high quality posters moved from /pol/ to /fascist/. >pol moderators are actual human beings. fascist BO is a massive petty faggot, and a control freak. i'm probably speaking with him right now. Why did you get your posts deleted or banned off /fascist/?
>>22616 YOU ARE A SATANIST GLOWNIGGER I have sparred with you countless times and I can always sniff you out within three posts. EAT SHIT YOU FUDGEPACKING FAGGOT SUCK A FAT GREEN TURD
>>22620 Would you say that you believe that yahweh is the supreme being, and not a petty desert god elevated by his vassal cults of christianity and islam?
>>22608 There's a difference between fringe and cointelpro injected well pollution nigger.
>>22621 You are one sick fuck, you know that? Why don't you fuck off? You spend all of your time patrolling this website you fucking psycho. YOU HAVE CORN IN YOUR TEETH FROM EATING GREASY TURDS
>>22617 He's unbelievably based if he deleted your shit.
>>22623 Would you say that you believe in the teachings of a religion that labels all outside of the decedents of adam (tribe of abraham) as beasts of burden, with only the tribe of abraham being worthy of ruling the earth on account of their monopoly on being made in the image of god?
>>22593 This thread is proof of how subversive a /x/ board could be.
am i banned?
>>22628 doesn't look like it
>>22626 Absolutely
>>22603 > /fascist/ moderation is not conducive to open discussion about fringe topics Wut
>>22605 You just have a kneejerk reaction to flat earth science because you have been (((educated))) under a system which shills for heliocentrism, nihilism, Masonic science and much else. I used to be like you, until I actually began to do research into zetetic science and realized that it is far superior to the reigning scientific paradigm. It was then that I realized that the Earth was flat all along, and that the Earth indeed sits in the center of the universe, just like our ancestors told us. The Jews want you to not look into flat earth. They put warnings on flat earth content on youtube, just like they do with 9/11, Covid-19 and the Holocaust. They routinely (((shut down))) anybody putting out flat earth material. And why? Because it actually makes people use their brains and investigate scientific theories, which are almost all bullshit. Wake up, you live in a matrix of lies.
>>22648 Such a compelling argument. I will admit I was on the fence, but you have convinced me. No /x/ board
>>22650 What, are you scared that people will actually get redpilled and discover fringe topics? <oy vey this is too )))fringe((( for me!
>>22651 You know you are losing the debate before it even begins, when you need to resort to calling someone a kike. Flat earth, nazi moon bases, and lizard shapeshifters are not fringe. They are just symptoms of low IQ and/or mental illness
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>>22652 Since when were we debating?
>>22648 >They routinely (((shut down))) anybody putting out flat earth material. Why is it that entire documentaries are made about flat earthers while creating a documentary exposing the holocaust will land you in prison?
>>22654 >before it even begins >low IQ
>>22655 >Why is it that entire documentaries are made about flat earthers It's called controlled-opposition, anon. Everyone in those documentaries are the glownigger frontmen that they prop up to discredit flat earth. They are the flat earth equivalents of Richard Spencer and other obvious glowniggers. Same thing with the (((Flat Earth Society))). It's the first thing that pops up when you look them up on Jewgle, but they are well known for putting forth fake theories and explanations that again discredit flat earth zetetic science as pioneered by Samuel Rowbotham, William Carpenter and others.
>>22657 Could you post the true flat earth science then?
>>22658 Reading 'Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not a Globe' is a good introduction to the foundation of modern flat earth science. A lot of this takes a lot of research to really look into and disprove, but rally some of it is just common sense. Where is the curvature? Why do objects in the far distance, whether mountains or tall buildings, not lean away from the observer? On top of this, if the Earth is truly the size that they say it is, the curvature should be far more visible than it is in reality, i.e. not at all visible. The basic formula to figure out the curvature downwards from a given point increases as the square of the distance multiplied by 8 inches - this rule holds out to about ~1,000 miles, so the ground a mile from the point of observation would be ~8 inches below the curve from where you are standing. Two miles it would 32 inches (2.66 feet) below the curve. 5 miles ~16 feet. 10 miles 62 feet, and so on. This is not an observable feature of our reality. Oftentimes objects that should not be seen are often seen by people at a distance. For example, a few years ago Chicago was visible on one night all the way across Lake Michigan, some ~60 miles away. This should be impossible, as Chicago would be hidden by nearly a half mile of curvature. Jews flip out and start crying 'REFRACTION'. On large lakes this is even more obvious. If this is true, even on a lake one mile across, there must be a degree of convexity of 8 inches. Where is the convexity in such instances? People have even pointed lasers across bodies of water like this and have had it go straight across with no problem. The entire idea of curving water at such magnitudes is also entirely against the natural physics of water that we observe every single day. It just doesn't happen. There's much more to go into, but even that is a lot to think about. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WffliCP2dU0
>>22657 kek, This >>22658 Seeing as I'v have seen multiple models...all of which would fail to accurately match observed reality How about you start with an accurate scale map of the earth >>22660 >video runtime 63 min 60 min of bullshit, special effects, sound effects, crappy editing 3 min of actual claims, most of which is easily debunked even by a layman with no science degree
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>>22673 And yet you can't even debunk my own points
>>22648 Flat earth is mocking the real "conspiracy theory" that jews run American media empires. You use the same kinds of arguments that we do in order to prove something that is obviously fake. This is why no one trusts that you are being sincere.
>>22657 Why not a controlled opposition to expose holohoax?
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>>22675 >And yet you can't even debunk my own points Because you provided no details to debunk. I can only assume you are referring to... >For example, a few years ago Chicago was visible on one night all the way across Lake Michigan, some ~60 miles away. ONE NIGHT? Surely this feat could be reproduced over and over again Show me what you are talking about. 60 miles from Chicongo is Breton Harbor. Show me a verifiable image of Chicongo taken from there >gif Proves nothing as the distance to object is unknown >3 images from (((LEVEL))) video attached Lets assume for a moment I accept the premise that boat in video at 39:46 is in fact more than 4 miles away and should be hidden from the curvature LOOK at the image of the boat, specifically the hull and stern. Does ANYTHING strike you as odd about the shape and clarity of the image?
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>>22676 >Flat earth is mocking the real "conspiracy theory" that jews run American media empires. I do not see how these two claims contradict one another. The Earth is flat, and the Jews control every aspect of our media, entertainment, etc. >>22678 Some things are too 'sacred' to ever speak of. It is like how the name 'YHWH' should never be spoken according to Jews. The Holohoax is the founding myth of the modern world order post-1945. It is sacrosanct, that is why the Jews have made it quite literally illegal to question. The fact that the Earth is flat comes under the category of lesser conspiracies like that of 9/11. 9/11 conspiracy theories have had their own share of controlled opposition proponents of the theory, such as those who claim that the plains were CGI, etc. >>22679 >Show me what you are talking about. Go read the post for yourself. If the Earth is a globe 25,000 miles in circumference, the math about the curvature drop is true, yet it is never observed from any height or any distance. This is the true stuff that you need to address, I don't give a shit about gifs or some still image of a boat. Pic related is the image of Chicago , taken (Apr 29, 2015) from 60 miles away in Grand Mere State Park in Stevensville, Michigan. The city should be hidden by 2400 feet worth of curvature, or about a half mile of curvature (and curved water!!). The second pic is an image of Chicago taken from 50 miles away on a different night (April 4, 2009), taken from Lakeside, Michigan. Chicago should be hidden by 1666 feet worth of curvature, or ~.32 miles worth of curvature. Yet there it is, as visible as can be. Scientists will have you believe that this is a convenient 'mirage' that just so happens to perfectly project the city nearly a half more or more above the ground, nearly perfectly level with the horizon to viewers in the distance. The simplest explanation is that the earth is flat, there is no curvature, and that everything can be explained by a especially clear atmospheric conditions, the law of perspective and similar readily knowable principles. And again, where is the curved water?? Where is this ever observed in nature. Water always seeks its level, especially at such macro-scales. Let's also look at the fact that the Philadelphia skyline is visible from Apple Pie Hill in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. APH is 32 miles away from Philadelphia. Philadelphia should be invisible. Factoring in the fact that APH has an elevation of 205 ft, Philadelphia should still be hidden under hundreds of feet worth of curvature. Atlantic City, located about 31 miles away, is also visible from this hill. The earth is flat. https://www.abc57.com/news/mirage-of-chicago-skyline-seen-from-michigan-shoreline https://flickr.com/photos/ctm_800/3417439088 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Pie_Hill
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>>22682 >presents video and gif to back his claims >debunked >"I don't give a shit about gifs or some still image of a boat." >yet it is never observed from any height or any distance. >t. 90IQ The second image is PROOF of curvature The second image posted luckily is geotagged and I will concede that it is in fact taken from Lakeside. 50 miles away Does Chicago have ONLY FOUR buildings? Can you see all THREE tiers of the Sears Tower? Or is the lower 500-600 feet of the tower in fact HIDDEN behind the horizon? Second, the shoreline at lakeside has a ridge. Appears roughly 50-60 feet above water level. Taking that in to account I am not surprised you can make out just the tops of the towers even without adding a bit of atmospheric refraction to the equation
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>>22683 No, it's not proof of curvature. It's due the way your eyes work and the natural laws of perspective. This same sort of stuff happens with boats as well, and it is due to things such as the optical horizon, vanishing points, etc. Notice how you didn't even touch my other examples. I'll give you yet another - this picture is taken in Genoa 70 feet above sea level. The islands are the small Italian islands of Gorgona and Capraia. Gorgona is ~83 miles away from Genoa. Capraia is ~104 miles away from Genoa. They are regularly visible on clear nights from Genoa. If the Earth is truly a sphere 25,000 miles in circumference, Gorgona should be over .87 miles under the curvature, and Capraia 1.4 miles under. They should be impossible to see on the globular model. It's not even that different from views seen from Monte Tambura, like the second pic. This pic is mainly interesting because again it shows zero curvature on the horizon even at thousands of feet up, and the islands show no sign of leaning away from the observer. It's as flat as can be. >>22684 Buildings never bend backwards at a distance. Looks like the shill brigades are here.
I am probably one of the most enlightened individuals in the world Anonymous (You)10/04/2021 (Mon) 17:17:19 (38 minutes ago) No. 22686 >Odin came to me in a dream 4 years ago and told me Richard Spencer was a federal agent, long before he is an open Bolshevik >This while being a Christian >Heavily gangstalked while receiving signs from the Lord that he will always protect me >Understand that Europeans are the true Israelites and the so called "jews" somewhere along the way stole our real identity >Understand Hitler was one of the last chances to save all of European society and he should be praised as a martyr and warrior for Europa I am a brilliant genius, enlightened, and blessed by the Lord Jesus Christ himself.
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>>22689 >It's due the way your eyes work and the natural laws of perspective Nigger, its a PHOTO. My eyes have nothing to do with this pic >Notice how you didn't even touch my other examples. Your other examples are NOT VERIFIABLE. I have just your CLAIM that pics are taken from the location cited. > I'll give you yet another No, fuck you. Stop moving the the goal post. TELL ME WHY THERE IS ONLY THE VERY TOP OF 4 TOWERS VISIBLE? Why cant you also see the other 100 buildings that make up the Chicago skyline? Why does the Lakeshore pic resemble my second edited pic?
While you guys talk about flat earth you're missing the bigger picture here
>>22682 The earth is obviously not flat. >muh pictures of flat The basket ball is flat.
>>22692 Seems like you’re scared to even consider the other evidence. You are operating on the presupposition that the Earth is not flat. This is a theory. You’re not doing real science. You bend the facts to the theory and make theory-laden observations. We know that the Earth is flat. We know that the horizon is flat. We know what the curve drop would be if it existed, and there is no evidence for convex water and the giant water-walls required for your Masonic theory to work. >Your other examples are NOT VERIFIABLE. Look it up, retard. It even says on the fucking Wikipedia page that Philadelphia and Atlantic City can be seen from this hill. It BTFOs the globe meme immediately, as does the example from Genoa. Yet you’re hung up on Chicago when I already explained that this is due to the nature of how our eyes work (and by extension cameras). It’s the law of perspective. Now you are literally photoshopping shit and thinking that it ‘proves’ you’re theory, while you haven’t even explained how you know that the Earth ISN’T flat. Gravity is a hoax, there’s no proof of curvature, no bendy water, nothing in the distance bending away from us (WHY ARE THE BUILDINGS IN THE PIC STANDING STRAIGHT UP IF THEY ARE OVER A CURVE??). On top of that the Earth is supposedly flying through space around the sun at 67,000 miles per hour, while the sun and system as a whole move at at 200 kilometers per second, or at an average speed of 448,000 mph (720,000 km/h). And the Earth itself spins faster than the speed of sound, yet no one feels it, THE STARS IN THE SKY ARE THE SAME AS THEY WERE THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO TOO Your theory falls flat. >>22696 Funnily enough there is still more proof that the basketball is not flat than there is for the Earth. Shills out in full force
>>22698 > there is still more proof that the basketball is not flat than there is for the Earth. Where is the proof that the basketball is not flat? You keep posting pictures that are identical to the proof that the basketball is flat.
>>22701 The picture you posted of the round basketball, retard. This does nothing to debunk the absence of curvature, even at heights of 100,000 feet, the fact that places can be seen at a distance that should be hidden by the curvature, the fact that the stars aren’t moving and haven’t for thousands of years despite the alleged movement of the earth, the fact that water literally doesn’t work like how it would on a globular earth, the list goes on.
stfu
>>22702 Not the guy you’ve been chatting with. What do you think the firmament is made of? I have heard there is actually water outside the firmament. Haven’t done seriously deep flat earth research myself, but I love how it triggers everyone. Flat earth is based because even if untrue, it gets people to think and test things for themselves. This is why the elites shut it down so hard (that or it’s true). They can’t have people getting into testing science for themselves. Also the anti-Christian /fascists/ on the website are triggered because flat-earth is closely linked with Christianity. Again, full authoritarian thought conformity is demanded even on /b/ on this fringe website. It is telling they find adding /x/ to be dangerous. Has anyone else looked into “X” steganography? These /fascists/ haven’t made any intellectual progress since joining 16chan. The “right wing” movement on this website is dead as doornails, spinning its wheels in intellectual masturbation. No calls to meet up, no plan of action, no tactics. /fascist/ has been a successful operation, /pol/ is virtually dead.
>>22711 I am not too comfortable speculating on the nature of the firmament because I haven't done a great deal of research into this topic. It's definitely not any sort of glass dome or anything like many people show it to be in memes. If I were to hazard a guess, it might be some sort of powerful energy field or (semi-porous?) barrier that separates the terrestrial plane from the higher realms, which are traditionally understood as having purer, more rarefied forms of matter. This is the domain of aether and the celestial spheres of the fixed stars, and beyond that the empyrean. To no ones surprise, all sorts of entities in numerous cultures are said to live in the upper atmosphere, some good, some bad. The Bible (regardless of what one thinks of the religion) calls Satan the 'prince of the power of the air' for this reason, and UFOs are a manifestation of the same phenomenon, they come from higher celestial realms above the terrestrial plane, which explains why their craft operate in such bizarre and near-paranormal ways. To say one thing though, space isn't real in the way they say it is. It's not just an empty and infinite void of dust and rocks. And yeah, you grasp the exact reasons that I am interested in flat earth in the first place. It filters the NPCs out from the real free thinkers. Regardless of whether one believes it, I can respect one who recognizes its value.
Flat earth is a confirmed psyop. Streamers are being approached with payments to push this bullshit. Its all meant to well poison. Go let some Kerbal space program in your lives you stupid niggers
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>>22716 That's right, believe in Freemasons, Jesuits and Jews rather than your own senses.
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>>22716 >Kerbal Space Program is a space flight simulation video game developed by Squad and published by Private Division A fucking video game
>>22721 Ok chud
>>22702 >The picture you posted of the round basketball Kind of like how the earth is a sphere. > the absence of curvature You can see curvature literally everywhere on earth over distances. >even at heights of 100,000 feet False. You cannot see Mt Everest from New York because Mt Everest is on the other side of a globe. >places can be seen at a distance that should be hidden by the curvature They are. > the stars aren’t moving and haven’t for thousands of years Except that they are and have. >the fact that water literally doesn’t work like how it would on a globular earth, Let me guess, "If da earth is rond, how cum the wader doesn't fall off? CHEK MATE ADEISTS!" Just because you are a retard doesn't mean that physics must conform to your nigger IQ.
>>22721 My senses tell me that it is round because I can put 2 and 2 together to form 4, retard.
I'm beginning to think this is what happened to Hitler with the Thule Society, he was doing this thing when out of nowhere a kike came and said "hey, the jews don't want you to know the earth is hollow! I have tons of evidence!" Just ban these glowies.
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>>22743 >Kind of like how the earth is a sphere. Proof? >You can see curvature literally everywhere on earth over distances. No you can't. >They are. You can't read. It was already pointed out that if the earth is a sphere 25,000 miles in circumference, there are numerous landmarks, buildings or places that are able to be seen from a far away distance that should be hidden by curvature. Examples have already been given ITT. The existence of these debunks the globe. >Except that they are and have. Proof? >Let me guess, "If da earth is rond, how cum the wader doesn't fall off? CHEK MATE ADEISTS!" Where is the curved water at macro-scales? Remember, even a lake a mile across must have eight inches of convexity, yet this is never seen. People have pointed lasers right across such lakes and touched the other side, never touching the water. Where is the 8 inches of bendy water? Do tell. >>22744 This doesn't logically follow. The fact that 2+2=4 is a logical and necessary answer mathematical equation. It is clear as day that it is true. The question of the earth and whether it is flat or a sphere is an empirical question, while mathematical issues are conceptual / intellectual problems. Empirically, there is no proof that the earth is a globe, or that any phenomenon like gravity, as described by Newton, actually exists. All of our senses, free of Masonic brainwashing, show us that the Earth is flat. >>22745 Another shill wanting to (((shut it down))) because your globe meme is being exposed.
>>22712 >>22711 Normalfags really fear the sort of Cartesian doubt that flat earthers practice. I have used these sorts of arguments and similar ones on people before and they get very upset, because it shakes their neat and comfy worldview where they think they know everything.
>>22746 If the Earth was flat you could sit on New York and use a telescope to look at Europe across the ocean.
>>22748 i can do that with your mom
>>22593 test reply
>>22748 No you can't, it's not like the atmosphere is something insubstantial. There's actual matter, gasses, etc. that will inevitably obscure your view.
>>22751 >There's actual matter, gasses, etc. that will inevitably obscure your view. Okay, then state the maximum distance you can see with a telescope.
>>22752 I have no clue. It doesn't matter, anyway. We do know that sufficient camera zoom can reveal things that are seemingly hidden by the non-existent curve though. Plenty of stuff out there on this online.
this whole thread feels synthetic
>>22761 I assure you I am sincere in my belief that this flat earth christcuck really is as retarded as he portrays to be
>>22761 All of the globe-shilling in this thread stinks of botting and paid-shills, I agree
(((You))) have to go back
>>22751 You can literally see ships sinking into the water behind the curvature of the Earth, faggot. https://ytprivate.com/watch?v=7nUFLLUahSI
>>22778 >Paid globeshills have been posting and running this site for the past 2 years, just waiting for the day flattard truthers show up Fuckoff, retard
>>22779 This doesn't prove a globe. If you zoom in with a powerful enough camera, seemingly hidden boats will reappear. There's no curve. >>22781 The Jews have key-word notifications. If you type certain bad goy phrases, they will descend like vultures.
FUCKOFF, RETARD
>>22754 >I have no clue. It doesn't matter, anyway. Because you are not actually interested in this subject. You are obsessed with flat earth, not seeking the truth. You're probably a Christian trying to force reality to match the lies in the jewish torah.
>>22783 Imagine adding red text to someone's opinion you disagree with on /b/. This is why 16chan continues to be trash. The petty moderation has been a bane on this site since its birth.
>>22791 >Oh the Humanity....oh the Horror!!! >How dare mods troll on /b/
>>22793 it's just low behavior, nothing more. not really a big deal.
>>22794 Go be a faggot somewhere else
>>22795 still whining in /b/ still triggered in /b/ triggered because /x/ triggered because can't control others still a pussy ass bitch who is trolling who?
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>>22746 Every time a GlobeheadTM talks about this they bring up a video with a video where you can see curviture at 50ft above the treeline and say that isn't the product of a fisheye lens or similar. These people can understand jews, but most can't bring the logic around to see academia as untrustworthy, and even if they realize that is the case they still don't bring it around full circle (like the 7 surrounding jambudvipa). How can't you people think to entertain something outside your worldview? When you're testing the veracity of a new idea don't poke holes in something you don't understand, see what your current beliefs can't explain, and try to figure it out, if it just doesn't work drop the old idea and start seeing what parts of the new one fit. You wanna know why I believe the Earth definitely isn't a spaceball floating in nothingness that can be wiped out by any number of cosmic phenomena? It's because moonlight is cold even under a tree canopy so "space doesn't suck out all the heat." it's because I've seen through my eyelids after doing Om chants and an owl thing scared me out of it at the end. I didn't know a thing about all of it, I was blind, so no autosuggestion. It's because lastly, a very close friend SAW a bigfoot rockape motherfucker when he was a kid less than 30 yards away. It had hair red everywhere except it's belly and face, and its skin was that red clay color. All of these are anecdotal except the moonlight one, (which you can test preferably in low humidity) but the point is you shills can't fool me, or anyone else who takes the menial amount of effort to look into this. You also can't hide all the artifacts that you bury as soon as you make contact with them. >>22748 Oh but globeheads believe this too, it's because "light curves around da globe and refracts down fromt he atmosphere" you peon. You can see from sanfran to canton with a strong enough zoom lens by either party's logic. Don't believe me? You can see a ship a ridiculous amount of miles away with an 80x zoom when it should've long gone over the "curve."
>>22795 Whimper of defeat. Really though bro we're both aryan. Go read the Bhagavad Gita and see how you like it. You know that jews are behind 99% of shit, why pull from resources they tamper with? All the shit surrounding space is essentially theory after theory. You can see harnesses in some videos of people on the ISS. There's something going on at least. What--are you going to trust (((professor dave))) the kike who's not even a professor? That's your big anti-flat Earth guru most talking points emanate from. I didn't believe this until recently, but in light of recent experiences I've changed my weltanschauung accordingly. Just trust your own eyes and see if these people are bullshitting you. Truth is like an iron rod, and if you have a scythe in a wheat field everything but it's coming down.
>>22793 It's clear that it wasn't trolling. The simple statement that is earth is flat made them ban a poster on a fucking /b/ board top kek. Thin-skinned, much?
Banning a TOR poster is PURELY SYMBOLIC. See how that works, faggot?
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>>22799 low effort bait pic rel's deserve bans and are not welcome yes
>>22797 Jambudvipa is actually one of the ultimate redpills. Unfortunately one actually has to have their eyes opened and have been almost totally deprogrammed from the malicious influences of the reigning Jewish paradigm to truly grasp the cosmology of the Srimad Bhagavatam. At first I failed to understand the Bhumandala model, but when I discovered the work of Dr. Richard L. Thompson and the work that he did to further Vedic science, I saw how the Bhumandala model is a multi-layered accurate picture of our cosmos describing a flat geocentric earth. Thompson unfortunately tried to fit the globe into his model, but many people online disregard this. People interested in the Vedic worldview, I have noticed, are some of the foremost proponents of the modern flat earth research movement. On Bhumandala, even the other concentric dvipas outside of Jambu fall basically at where the planets of this solar system are from earth if you calculate all of the yojanas and all that. And on top of that, these lands most likely actually exist, because they are not just planets, they are extremely detailed locations according to the texts. Even this flat earth that we live on is multiple times larger than we could image, and there are higher, more heavenly realms on this earth that we have been cut off from in modernity by the influence of the Kali Yuga. These are the lands of the gods, where it is still like the Treta Yuga. Not everyone can readily digest this model, since it requires numerous, numerous preliminary redpills and a degree of transcendental situation.
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>>22783 Terrible cope, flatnigger.
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>>22801 >1rst pic "The Universe" as depicted for street shitting ants >2nd pic Ptolemaic system One of Geocentrism biggest proponents Ptolemy who by the way, nearly 2000 years ago, ALSO KNEW THE EARTH WAS A SPHERE however the model fails to account for simple things like Why does Venus have phases similar to the moon? Why does Mercury transit the Sun, yet never has been observed to transit Venus? Why does Venus appear smallest in the sky when it is 'full' and why does it appear largest when it is waning?
wake me up when you gay kikes have taken the rhomboid earth pill
>>22801 I think the main difference between people like myself and others is intuition. Since I was a boy all the hate on Hitler seemed kinda wrong, among other things. When you actually start looking into what you believe on faith in some jew or jew disciple/apostle somewhere AND you have experiences that they can't explain waking up occurs. The type of people to be duped by Nihilist cosmology are like >>22802 You are no better than the last meme you saw or person you talked to. This has already been discussed and 10 minutes of your time would show you this is a mirage from either side of the fence. You are this way by choice and could change very easily >>22801 I have watched a man hold 13+ people on a telegram chat in his hand and own a globe proponent because he tried shit like this. Also floating oil tankers are globe pruffs?? As for the planets and everything I wonder about that. I consider a lot of luminaries to be some god/angel or similar thing based on the different types of UFOs you hear about. Terence McKenna talks about them the same way. Metalic or pill shaped ones may be bad, but balls of light with geometry (sri yantras specifically) are good. You can call them and make them respond telepathically in some cases. I do know that the revelation of the method for kikes is real, so I'll look into the dvipas and the distances of planets. >>22803 If you still trust conventional history I can't help you. Aryans were always in India, there Yamnaya migration is a theory based on where pots are found in the ground, but only specific ones. Ignore the metal artifacts with plants that allegedly went extinct 10k years ago encassed in coal carbon-dated millions of years ago. The "street shitting ants" you refer to are whiter than you, and I would look into the origin of that map. As for Ptolemy, it is my understanding that he simply found a lot of what he is accredited for (modern zodiac system and whatnot) Egyptian theology is a later perennial form of Sanatana Dharma, why would I trust Ptolemy, an allegedly foreign ruler, rather than the source he would pull the knowledge from, the Upanishads and other similar texts? Really you won't engage with any of this on a meaningful level because it is beyond you. Start meditating and doing Om chants every day until something cool happens. It should take like 2 weeks of faithful, genuine daily practice. All I need from you is to think this Earth can't be wiped by a dumb rock from infinite nothing or a "gamma ray burst" or some gay shit, and just regard the Earth as sacred. I know that is within your reach if not already.
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>>22802 It's clear that you have not even taken fifteen minutes to learn what flat earthers say if you are trying to say that this debunks the globe. If you zoom in with a powerful camera like the Nikon P900 you'd be able to zoom right in and see stuff standing straight up that should be hidden by the imaginary curve. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DRRyZBL4OQ >>22803 >One of Geocentrism biggest proponents Ptolemy who by the way, nearly 2000 years ago Wow, 2000 full years ago? That is right in the heart of the Kali Yuga. There is far more evidence for the Vedic worldview which is not a product of fallible men, but the sages. This is true Aryan wisdom. Transcendental, infallible revelation versus muh intellect and muh empirical studies. >however the model fails to account for simple things No it doesn't. Even modern scientists have admitted that whether heliocentrism or geocentrism is true is a non-question. It's completely relative and all about perspective. You've embarrassed yourself as well by posting a FAKE picture of the true geocentric orbits as they appear in nature, which are pic related. >>22805 >I think the main difference between people like myself and others is intuition. Since I was a boy all the hate on Hitler seemed kinda wrong, among other things. When you actually start looking into what you believe on faith in some jew or jew disciple/apostle somewhere AND you have experiences that they can't explain waking up occurs. Very relatable. I have always been skeptical, always wanting to the know 'why' or whether the things that I was taught were actually true. I never wanted to believe in flat earth, or that evolution was a Masonic hoax, or anything else of that nature, but from all of my reading, insights and research, this has been the only tenable conclusion in light of the evidence and what the true Aryan ancients were saying. At first I researched flat earth to make fun of it, but I was immediately hit by cognitive dissonance. My programming was becoming undone... I thought... what if it is actually flat? > You can call them and make them respond telepathically in some cases Extremely interesting. I will have to look into this. I saw Rupert Sheldrake speculating on whether the sun was conscious a while back and it was fascinating. Even intuitively children anthropomorphize the sun. Perhaps they are onto something... >so I'll look into the dvipas and the distances of planets. The best source is 'Mysteries of the Sacred Universe' by Richard L. Thompson. The book is pretty good, as is the video version (which has less detail): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdYg-yxy7xo
>>22806 >Very relatable. I have always been skeptical, always wanting to the know 'why' or whether the things that I was taught were actually true. I never wanted to believe in flat earth, or that evolution was a Masonic hoax, or anything else of that nature, but from all of my reading, insights and research, this has been the only tenable conclusion in light of the evidence and what the true Aryan ancients were saying. At first I researched flat earth to make fun of it, but I was immediately hit by cognitive dissonance. My programming was becoming undone... I thought... what if it is actually flat? I've heard this same thing from a few people I know and Ken Wheeler. Many people are intelligent in this same way but go along with it. In the case they hear you speak on these matters and have dropped a toe into even breath meditation they listen up if at first to humor you, and then slowly hop on board. That's how it was with me and a few others. One guy I know has been learning of this type of knowledge since he was a boy. >Extremely interesting. I will have to look into this. I saw Rupert Sheldrake speculating on whether the sun was conscious a while back and it was fascinating. Even intuitively children anthropomorphize the sun. Perhaps they are onto something... I'm not sure about the sun or what I think of it as a luminary or whatever, but I know its important and applies its radiant energy to us in the day, and the moon at night. The sri yantra luminaries may be stars or something else. McKenna's book on it is The Invisible Landscape Mind, Hallucinogens, and The I Ching. I don't have a lot of love for his perspective, calling things, "fascist," but really it's just the word he uses to describe servants of Kali imo, like we do Jew. We're right obviously, but it's interesting that even someone like him can hit close to the mark in many respects and have good insights. And thanks for the book anon. I'd give you a telegram link or whatever you're comfortable with even if it is bad etiquette. You and a friend would have a whole lot to talk about. https://archive.org/details/mckenna-terence-dennis-mc-kenna-the-invisible-landscape-mind-hallucinogens-and-t/page/n9/mode/2up
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>>22807 >>22808 >I'm not sure about the sun or what I think of it as a luminary or whatever, but I know its important and applies its radiant energy to us in the day, and the moon at night Yes, it's worth noting that Sheldrake seems to operate on panpsychism, i.e. mind is a basically component of matter, and it somehow combines into macro-level consciousness. It's far too reductionist I feel, and by positing that everything in some sense possesses qualia, he is inevitably lead to the belief that a self-organizing system like the sun may be a living and conscious entity. I know historically that gods and goddesses were associated with the sun and the moon, but I do not know if the god was the body in the question, or if the deity stood 'behind' the celestial body, or if they were merely a deity delegated authority over this celestial body. Unfortunately in this realm I also have a lot to learn. So far most of my research has been focused solely on the flat earth when it comes to our immediately visible universe, but the nature of the stars, the planets that orbit around the earth, etc., that is an area I have only just began to dip my toe into. Like you I am aware that the moon is not just a passive receptor of light from the sun, but that indeed it gives off a cold light of its own. Have you looked into Rahu at all? I remember seeing some evidence back in the day that Rahu might actually be out there. Thanks for the book by McKenna. I've heard this name a lot in some of the surface level research that I have done into DMT and especially the entities that many people say that they encounter on their trips using this drug. I will definitely check it out. I've heard good things. I have only been waking up to the esoteric / fringe side of the things for a few years, so I have much to learn undoubtedly.
kek what the hell is going on in this thread?
Forgot to say - >>22807 > I'd give you a telegram link or whatever you're comfortable with even if it is bad etiquette. You and a friend would have a whole lot to talk about. I don't have a Telegram or anything like that unfortunately. I'm always interested in talking to people, but I'm very much a novice. >>22810 t. never browsed /x/
>>22810 shit i guess
>>22809 I've wondered about parapsychism for awhile when I started getting into meditation and all, though I never knew it by that name. I know I'm not the mind now, rather the soul behind it, this is my body. This is speculation, but it seems the mind can interact with the subtle realm and the material realm in tandem, but it's origin is nestled in that sacred cycle. holds a lot of symbolism. It's wrought from the synthesis of material and immaterial, but can't exist without the immaterial intent to rear a child realized by action. Thus the mind is more spiritual than material in its nature. As for the sun and moon I go by our vedic cosmology. Speculation is derided in the Vedas, but I would say lighting a fire for yugya and trying to communicate with our relevant gods that represent them is the quickest way to ascertain their nature. I would prefer to do this blind as much as possible to stop autosuggestion, but I've read a bit about Rahu and Ketu. I'll trust the canon on their nature, but they should accept sacrifices or pop up during ontological disembodiment (astral projection) or a similar practice after sufficient devotion and effort. I remember looking at the moon through a telescope as a child and seeing the moon have this weird bump on the top like the entrance to a bunker or something. It wasn't close to being round in the sense you'd be suggested to think, could be related to the year, season, and month. It was a full moon, and I've heard the same about its shape so many times. Whatever it is dependent on it changes shape often and this very possibly affects us too. >>22811 I don't like using discord, but it is convenient if you don't mind putting one here, I can just post one I have. if you have a preference I'll accommodate. You'd fit right in though. You're like the 3rd person I've met who's on this paradigm to the point of understanding flat earth in a real sense, and knows a lot about the dvipas and Srimad Bhagavatam, or Vedism in general.
Why do they want us to believe the earth is a globe? Just part of the inversion of all truth or is there a better reason?
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>>22806 >It's clear that you have not even taken fifteen minutes to learn what flat earthers say What is it you say? You have different models for each phenomenon. Different maps for each occasion. You have no single unified theory to speak of. Post large SCALE map of the earth. Show how the day and night cycles cycles work. Show the size and distances to the sun and moon >if you are trying to say that this debunks the globe. If you zoom in with a powerful camera like the Nikon P900 you'd be able to zoom right in and see stuff standing straight up that should be hidden by the imaginary curve. Nothing in that video proves your claim Pic 1, 2, 3, and 4 all show a boat ON THE HORIZON never once does it appear behind the curve, nor reappear as previously claimed The boat is not supposed to be behind the curve unless you have someway of proving the actual distance to the boat is GREATER than the distance to the horizon Pic 5 does appear to show a boat just behind the horizon (unless you believe the boat is sinking), however zooming in, does not make it magically reappear on the horizon On the other hand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfKFl2j2UkM&t=237s does show a boat BEHIND the horizon. Zooming in and out doesn't change the perspective. In unedited footage he takes images from multiple heights showing how that changes the distance to the horizon, once again PROVING the earth's curvature >Video taken at Beaches resort in Ocho Rios Jamaica using the infamous Nikon P900. Purposely left unedited to show how the curvature of the earth obscures ships in the distance which can be demonstrated by adjusting the height you are viewing the ship from. The higher you are the further you can see over the horizon and walla you can see more of the ship. >At the highest point of the video up on the stairs I was about 80ft MSL. At the lowest point 5 ft above the water.
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>>22806 <however the model fails to account for simple things >No it doesn't. Don't bother to try to refute the 3 examples given, as we know you cant >Even modern scientists have admitted that whether heliocentrism or geocentrism is true is a non-question. It's completely relative and all about perspective. You've embarrassed yourself as well by posting a FAKE picture of the true geocentric orbits as they appear in nature, which are pic related. The third image posted was merely show where the orbits lie in relation to each AS STATED by the Ptolemaic system >geocentric orbits.jpg Notice you trimmed the caption from your image. That clearly states it is supposition. Yes, the planets APPEAR to make nice pretty paths but close observations (pic 4, 5) proved these were not nearly as perfect as your image would suggest. >Artificial and fanciful though it was, with movements takin<>- place about non-material centres, with oscillations of cyclic planes about imaginary axes, and with continually growing complexity among the devices necessary to ' save appearances ' as observations became more numerous and more exact, it was easier to understand than that Egyptian system which set the sun as the centre of the planetary motions, and (probably) the Earth as the centre round which the sun travelled. Nor was it likely to be overthrown by any mere change in the assumed position of the chief centre of the celestial motions. >(375.) The idea commonly entertained that Copernicus, by setting the sun in the centre of the Solar System, swept away at once the cyclics and epicyclics of Ptolemy, introducing simplicity where before there had been ever-growing complexity, is entirely erroneous. When as yet observations were comparatively rough and imperfect, an astronomer would have had some chance of establishing a system of the universe which placed the sun at the centre ; for the more obvious peculiarities of planetary motion, the alternating advance and retrogradation of the planets, with the relative mean range of the arcs of either sort, and the observed positions of the stations, could be at once explained by setting the sun in the middle of the system, and the planets, including our earth, in motion around him, all circling in one direction. But the very complexity which had resulted from the erroneous assumption that our earth is fixed at the centre of the Solar System prevented the astronomers from placing the sun at the centre with any chance of ' saving appearances ' by a simple system of movements.
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>>22814 Basically it's about the inversion and destruction of all true, at its core. On another level, saying that the Earth is a globe is basically a perfect example of chutzpah. It's so audacious to lie about that it's almost unthinkable, but it's exactly what they've done. When you can be convinced about a lie as big as that of the Earth's shape, you can be convinced of literally anything else, the lies all fall into place like dominoes after that, as I see it. What is done when someone is brainwashed into believing in the globe is that they place their faith in the scientists about a basic fact of their reality that they can't detect with their own senses and experience. They assume that the scientists could not possibly be lying about such a thing, so believe that the Earth is a globe and go on with their day. Most of them uncritically accept the theory of gravity, the Copernican principle and other ideas after that. The Copernican principle itself is key to this. It states that our position in the universe is not unique. We are a random ball flying around a random burning ball of gas, flying through an infinite, almost entirely empty void of dust and rocks. There is no purpose, no meaning, no design, just matter in motion, particles bouncing around, randomness, chaos. The earth is an accident. Everything is an accident. Evolutionary theory feeds into this. This is an inversion of the classic worldview of the Cosmos' - meaning 'order' or a 'harmonious whole'. The worldview of the ancient Aryans was imbued with meaning, purpose and design. All of life, and all of reality was hierarchically organized according to a qualitative hierarchy, from rocks to the gods. Nothing was an ''accident". They realized that we lived in a flat plane in the center of the Cosmos and that everything in the Universe revolved around us. The sun, the moon, the stars, the planets, all of it. When the Aryan man looked up into the night sky thousands of years, and millions of years before that even, he saw the same sky that we saw today. And he saw the North Star, and around that North Star, the entire sky revolved ceaselessly year after year after, forming the shape of the SWASTIKA. A sign of the cosmic order, of Dharma. >>22813 Sure, I wouldn't mind using Discord. Hopefully it won't lock me out and ask for a phone number or something retarded like that, but I'll give it a go: Namae#4529. I will probably be getting of the computer before long so I won't immediately answer or accept anything probably.
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>>22810 ITT FLATTARDS CONTINUE TO PROVIDE EVIDENCE OF EARTHS CURVATURE
>>22816 >What is it you say? You have different models for each phenomenon. Different maps for each occasion. You have no single unified theory to speak of. Post large SCALE map of the earth. Show how the day and night cycles cycles work. Show the size and distances to the sun and moon This is irrelevant, even if one were to grant for sake of argument that it was true. Zetetic science is just now coming into the fore, and we lack funding, the ability to conduct in-depth and serious research, etc. What we can do is provide better alternative theories about the phenomena that we see in the world around us, and how there is no evidence for the prevailing hypothesis, which is the globe model. The model has been definitively debunked time and time again. >how that changes the distance to the horizon, once again PROVING the earth's curvature Wow going up on a hill changes the distance you can see? You don't say. It doesn't prove the curvature though >>22817 I just pulled the images when I proved you wrong in your false representations of perfectly circular orbits, I didn't crop shit, faggot. >>22819 Self-debunking here now. If Toronto is 39 miles away, there should then be 1014.31 foot curve drop. Yet CN Tower in your picture is literally standing straight up. If there is a 1014.31 foot curve drop, the tower should be leaning away from the observer, yet this is not observed. This shit has already been tried ITT, and this is a result of perspective.
>>22818 Thank you for such an extensive answer. What other things about reality have been hidden from us? Are there any other "flat earth related conspiracies?" I've been wanting to get into free energy, perhaps there is some lower hanging fruit I could start with first?
>>22821 The two other biggest redpills I can deliver to you are about evolution and what happens after death. Near Death Experiences: >>>/fascist/11774 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6172100/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6173534/ https://med.virginia.edu/perceptual-studies/wp-content/uploads/sites/360/2018/09/Greyson_-NDE-and-Attempted-Suicide-1981_nde4.pdf https://near-death.com/howard-storm-nde/ For evolution I wrote these up a while back: >>>/fascist/11825 >>>/fascist/11826 >>>/fascist11827 These two are more important than one might first think, as they would completely overturn the scientific / materialistic paradigm that we operate under. NDEs are reported throughout human history in nearly every religious tradition, with remarkably similar features. And far from just being hearsay, they have become a fact of interest to even medical science as well (whatever credence one puts in that, of course). Watching videos of people describing their NDE experiences are amazing as well, because the emotions they show, and the earnestness with which they speak testify to the reality of the experience they experienced, I think. The last link for an NDE I linked is Howard Storm's. He became a Christian as a result of his NDE, but his testimony and experience have lots of archetypal features of general NDEs, and it is just a really powerful and beautiful near-death experience. It made me tear up when I first read it, and I am not an emotional person. Unfortunately I do not know about free energy, I would have to research this topic more. I have heard people discuss it before, but not enough for me to provide any redpills.
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>>22820 >This is irrelevant, even if one were to grant for sake of argument that it was true. Zetetic science is just now coming into the fore, and we lack funding, the ability to conduct in-depth and serious research, etc. What we can do is provide better alternative theories about the phenomena that we see in the world around us, and how there is no evidence for the prevailing hypothesis, which is the globe model. The model has been definitively debunked time and time again.
>>22824 Flat earth has been gaining traction for a few years now, to the extent that opposition from it has started to come out mainstream (((mouthpieces of power))). Youtube even slaps warning labels on flat earth videos and filters the search results. They’re afraid, and the shills ITT testify to it
>>22820 >Self-debunking here now. If Toronto is 39 miles away, there should then be 1014.31 foot curve drop. Yet CN Tower in your picture is literally standing straight up. If there is a 1014.31 foot curve drop, the tower should be leaning away from the observer, yet this is not observed. This shit has already been tried ITT, and this is a result of perspective. >>22820 The GIF clearly states APPROX >Cant see less than a fraction of a degree of tilt Earth's Curve Horizon, Bulge, Drop, and Hidden Calculator Distance in Miles:39 Viewer height in Feet:30 Imperial Distance = 39 miles (205920 feet), View Height = 30 feet (360 inches) Actual Radius = 3959 miles (20903520 feet) With the refraction approximation* giving an effective radius of 4618.83 miles Refracted Horizon = 7.24 miles (38252.42 feet) Refracted Drop= 869.38 feet (10432.53 inches) Refracted Hidden= 576.36 feet (6916.37 inches) Refracted Horizon Dip = 0.090 Degrees, (0.0016 Radians) Note: Not accurate for observations over water very close to the horizon (unless the temperature and vertical temperature gradient are accurate) Geometric results (no refraction) Geometric Horizon = 6.71 miles (35414.86 feet) Geometric Drop = 1014.28 feet (12171.37 inches) Geometric Hidden= 695.37 feet (8344.49 inches) Geometric Horizon Dip = 0.097 Degrees, (0.0017 Radians) Pure Angular Size results Angle between eye level and the horizon = 0.09707 Degrees, (0.001694 Radians) Angle between eye level and the bottom of the target= 0.29056 Degrees, (0.005071 Radians) Angular size of hidden amount = 0.19349 Degrees, (0.003377 Radians) What do you expect the angle of tilt to be?
>>22822 >>22823 Hm. I already don't believe in evolution (outside of change within kind), and I already believe in "life after death" so I will have to keep digging. I'm starting to be of the opinion dinosaurs may be a hoax as well. >>22826 Kikes will have to go nuclear soon if we keep pushing. We must press on.
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>>22828 >I already don't believe in evolution (outside of change within kind), and I already believe in "life after death" so I will have to keep digging. You're definitely on the right path then it sounds like. It might also be fruitful to dig into forbidden artifacts and archeology. Richard L. Thompson and Michael Cremo have written a book on this topic (Forbidden Archeology) that demonstrates how human history goes back hundreds of millions of years. There are mountains of evidence, in the form of bones, eoliths, artifacts, etc., most of it discovered in the 19th century before Darwinian evolution came to the fore and discarded this knowledge before conflicting with their theory. It's the same thing with giants. There are tons of evidence that giants used to walk the earth, I've collected dozens of articles on this stuff, and this was quite often reported in newspapers right up to the 1940s, but then it just vanishes. And dinosaurs are almost surely a hoax. For one, the skeletons that are put on display in museums are completely made out of plaster. Where are the real bones? You'll never see them! (assuming they exist!). Paleontologists have a knack to build an entire animal out of a few rib bones and pretend that they know everything about it. http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/2015/09/dinosaur-hoax-dinosaurs-never-existed.html?m=1
>>22829 >history goes back hundreds of millions of years >often reported in newspapers right up to the 1940s, but then it just vanishes I suppose this brings us to the topics of "Great Resets." I have heard there may have been other periods of time when "resets" occurred like the one we're going through now, where dissidents were eliminated and it allowed the ruling class to alter reality, like they are trying to do now with the historical revisionism around critical race theory and all the new rules and customs surrounding COVID. I've heard they may have occurred around the world's fairs, as well as before. Have you heard about this? It goes into solar flares and plasma storms, regarding stone monuments and buildings that appear to be "melted." Interesting stuff, but a bit more "out there" regarding evidence.
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>>22836 Hitler very likely knew the truth about the earth. And even if he didn't, he would be open to flat earth. Hitler was allegedly an adherent of alternate cosmological theories such as Hanns Hörbiger World Ice Theory, for example.
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>>22833 I have heard about this. There were mass fires in almost every major city in the West in the mid to late 19th century as well which destroyed hundreds and hundreds of ornate buildings, conveniently clearing out land for (((development))) and (((reconstruction)). Many old city streets in places like Seattle or Portland are literally completely underground now, and form tunnels under the modern city, like they were buried or sunk.
>>22848 >Hitler knew and kept truth hidden from the German people and the army. Because, reasons There in a nutshell is the extent of the flat earth argument. A poorly edited meme.
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>>22848 >Hitler was allegedly an adherent of alternate cosmological theories such as Hanns Hörbiger World Ice Theory >t. some jew
>>22850 Lol if you thought that picture was actually being given as 'evidence'. Retard
>>22848 No, I think even he wasn't that retarded.
ITT Christcuck flatearther states belief in every single single crackpot theory, even when those theories contradict each other You are a diagnosed schizophrenic?
>>22854 >You are a diagnosed schizophrenic? I'm not Askhenazi
>>22854 >You are a diagnosed schizophrenic? I'm not a Jew luckily!
>>22854 Clearly off his meds >>22855 >>22856
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>>22854 keep seething
>>22857 rent free
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>>22820 >Self-debunking here now. If Toronto is 39 miles away, there should then be 1014.31 foot curve drop. Yet CN Tower in your picture is literally standing straight up. If there is a 1014.31 foot curve drop, the tower should be leaning away from the observer, yet this is not observed. This shit has already been tried ITT, and this is a result of perspective. What's the matter flatnigger? I know math is likely a challenge for you, but surely even you can figure out this one How many radians (or degrees if you prefer) should the tower be leaning away from the viewer? Pro Tip: 1014.31 is not needed in the equation You only need 2 numbers spoon fed to you 39 miles to tower 3959 mile radius Note: Drawing for teaching purposes only. Tower is not some 3000 miles away
>>22850 He "hid" a lot of truths by your estimation. Sleeper to the Ahnenerbe, Thule, and Vril Societies and their findings in Tibet and elsewhere. Not very Aryan to cling to dead wood like a semite anon. I bet you've never even taken the time to read Mein Kampf's first chapter.
>>22854 We are Dharmic.
>>22862 All the numbers you give are from semitic theories about what lies beyond the exosphere. You can go see videos 140k feet up, and when the lens is level everything is flat. There are two explanations for this, one, the Earth is just flat in that particular area because it is an oblate spheroid, or two, I'm right and you're accepting the words of Neil Degrasse Tyson who can't even explain it as aptly as I.
>>22862 The building will only lean 0.564 degrees away by my calculations, globozo.
>>22866 My mistake, I should have said 5.6442e-1 degrees or 0.009851 radians, even less of an angle.
From the peanut gallery, >>22866 >0.564 degrees away >>22867 >or 0.009851 radians is correct d/r = radians or d/r*180/π for degrees Can you say with any certainty that the buildings in >>22819 are 'NOT' leaning away at such a tiny angle? Maybe you can explain it to your special needs class mates. The observable height difference for a leaning object could also be worked out, but seeing as we are talking about a difference of inches and there being no test it with said photograph we can just move on to "muh perspective" What is the mechanism by which half of the object is being blocked from view? Explain how it is possible for an observer on flat earth to be able to see the top half and NOT the bottom half of a building while standing on a level plane, giving that his eye level is above the base of said building. Feel free to get out your boxes of crayons and draw diagrams to illustrate
Christianity is gay.
Christianity is gay.
>>22870 >>22871 <Not even sure if one of us or the one-eyed mental semite >>22869
>bhu gola is the earth universe, and the earth plan is called jambhadvipa or bharat varsa
>>22869 Well, I think the earth is probably round, but I like questioning it and I like that other people question it too. I used to make fun of a flat earth guy at work, but eventually I ended up wondering if the earth really is flat myself. I don't really enjoy belittling anyone who believes different than me anymore. Now, is the earth flat? If I had to put money on it, I would say it is round. The problem is, most normies don't have access to the kind of equipment or knowledge they would need to confidently test things for themselves. There is so much entertainment available to us in the first world, no one takes the time to really put in the effort needed to grasp facts for themselves. Math can be quite difficult for people... I managed to answer your question on angles because I made it into differential equations in college... but I haven't done anything beyond basic arithmetic in 12 years. I have forgotten almost all the math I once knew but manage to fumble my way around. One thing anons can do is purchase a Nikon P1000. It costs $1000 and then you can check out the moon for yourself. Does this look flat to you? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0Udy2eXzdQ&list=PLrTWTpnPJnyyOb8sv-5CJMdnmoBR_EpSM&index=2
>>22898 >I like questioning it and I like that other people question it too this is why i don't spend a lot of time in the discussion. it has merit in breeding skepticism. it's great for people to challenge their own beliefs and either create more sound foundations for them or completely reevaluate them. even if i don't personally believe in flat earth, i was always a bit disgusted at seeing public figures mock the view without providing any substantial proof of round earth.
>>22593 >>22601 >>22600 >>22605 >>22609 This site does need a /x/, it helps drive traffic here for people with a questioning mind. This site is also rather dead and needs to pipeline back to normies because 4cuck is just a spam bot unironically /x/ now has the least jew schizo spam, there is zero good chans now this is the only one with potential. Just make the posting restrict of any leftist/jew faggotry buzzwords. Or do you like posting with the same 4 people.
>>22906 i'd rather post with "the same 4 people" than a bunch of retards from 4chan.
>>22908 not him but I agree You think you're Mr. Right, so by all means don't implement the webring or get more "people from 4chan." Being an altchan is enough of a filter for retards and the 2016 vooter crowd. You really think /x/ would start a downward spiral because the cream of the crop would end up here after looking for a good altchan /x/ for days? There isn't one and the market is open for it. The only thing that keeps me coming back here is better discourse and people, I came for the Dharmic thread on /fascist/ and stayed because this place isn't totally plagued by mental semites. Hell it's not every day you meet someone who knows aboiut jambudvipa or someone who puts effort into their weltanschauung and posts. Just think about it. You have a good board with more potential than any other to be a new 8chan. imageboards are in shambles and all good people are splintered between places like tvch.moe, nanochan, 9chan (namely bestpol), some generals on 4chan, and anon.cafe as well as here. I just miss all the good shit really. This is reminiscent is all.
>>22938 if there is such a demand for it, why are the ones on tvchan and zzzchan so dead?
endchan, crystal cafe and 8kikemoe all have x-related boards too, all mostly dead. if it isn't taking off in those places, not sure what makes you believe it would take off here.
>>22941 I think it might be a good addition. There's clearly several people here interested in having /x/, and /x/ related topics are popular on /fascist/, but to have a more general /x/ would be fun. I love to share paranormal and fringe content. It's worth a try.
>>22940 You retard use your head and quit trying to one up people like it's /pol/. THERE'S NOTHING OVER THERE. THERE'S 0 DISCUSSION. FUCK AM I GONNA POST WITH, A BRICK WALL? You've got like 4 people here who would use it, and other individuals who browse the dharmic philosophy thread who actually practice our religion would go for /pg/ and a bunch of occult resources I have, all in all like 200+ GB of shit.
>>22947 whats the big deal? what is your problem? why are you so adamant on no /x/?
>>22948 Did you respond to the right person or is that a typo?
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Admin, don't give in to these flaming newfags. New faggots >>>/culture/1539 Tis is not cuckchan, stop acting like it, grow a brain and grow up or else cognitive dissonance is a bitch Praise the King of Khaos, Kek!
>>22948 They're afraid of White consciousness rising to critical levels. One can literally get enlightened from boards like /x/.
>>22956 >One can literally get enlightened from boards like /x/. I nearly did over a decade ago, then as the truth seekers of 4chan got exiled greener pastures... but I'm getting ahead of myself; In the beginning, there was the great chan and redpill and the bluepill. Those who sought the truth of reality, no matter the cost, and those who would rather have the comfort of illusions and ignorant bliss. This is exemplified well in The Matrix movie hence the meme and through the endless flamewars and trolling the zen centeredness, and observation without reaction, only after contemplative resolve is actin consciously committed to, this brought us to the mystery of presence and in time the truth won over all but the newest of fags. There formed a community of truth seekers, redpills as we called ourselves, they shared information about the corruption of this world, how it worked, and what was really going on. Most of them where good people who wanted to make the world a better place, compassion and a desire for righteousness compelled them to speak what they knew and 'redpill' others. For a time it was good. However those who where earnest and persist in their search for truth started uncovering truths the others where not ready for, information they did not want to hear and refused to believe could even be, similar as to how a bluepill reacts to a redpill however this was their own truthseeker kin (pre 2010s /x/ and /pol/ rejecting the metaphysical aspects of politics). Out of this rift a new community (which eventually became /fringe/ and other splinter boards like /bmw/) was formed, still redpills, truth seekers, at heart but unable to use that call themselves such. They adopted the name of greenpill, they sought the truths beyond this world and material realm, beyond the illusion of separation and physicality. Insights into how the mind and spirit worked. Eventually we've come full circle and are waging a war of memetic enlightenment and bodily salvation against the ignorant, diseased, and impure whilst those whom cling to untruth are synchronistically trivialized in our new world if not entirely written into another timeline.
>>22948 sorry, wrong person.
>>22954 I've been here since the site was 2 months old, newfag.
>>22947 >You retard use your head and quit trying to one up people like it's /pol/. how new do you have to be to think arguing on imageboards hasn't been a cornerstone since before pol existed lol
>>22959 >Been here since after the fall of infinity AKA "Month 2" >chans have been rising and falling for almost 20 years now fren
>>22960 There you go again. Good job on missing the point as well. You would be right if we were arguing, but you're suppposedly a moderator of the board discussing the addition of a new board. You blither on and speak like a argumentative bot from /pol/. Switching from 10 tabs to get the last word in something, is it because you got BTFO's by "flatniggers"
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>>22954 I was there in the Tarrant thread and well before since early 2013 faggot. We've all seen our favorite sites burn. probably a Zoomer. Do you know what a 4chan is boy?
>>22962 <wah stop disagreeing with me that's not allowed outside pol <also ur all these boogeymen living in my head >t. newfag nigger obsessed with identity btw i haven't wasted my time arguing with flat earth retards in this thread at all. keep desperately grasping for straws and throwing a tantrum because there is no x board. retards can't come up with a compelling reason to create one in the face of all the other dead x boards on small chans. gonna be another dead x board after a week or two of light activity at best lmao.
>>22964 >non substantiated (((strawman))) >acts oblivious to the clear JIDF botting problem on /pol/ and the rest of the internet >lies about being in the thread to act as if more than himself agrees with himself I would rather converse with 'people' on /pol/, you're retarded. Anyone with a spine to fit neurons in can see through this shit.
>>22966 don't call me the bot when your post is just ad hominem and borderline non-sequitur. you are a faggot with holes in his brain from AIDS, seeing your boogeymen everywhere. you basically aren't human when you do retarded shit like whine about shills instead of tackle anything i said. i didn't lie about being in the thread, you ESL baboon. i have been discussing whether or not x should be created. i don't give a shit about your retarded flat earth pet cause. do a flip faggot.
>>22967 stopped reading after non-sequitor, AI is only this non-self-aware.
>>22968 >hurr durr u used one of my secret no-no phrases, post discarded thanks for proving my point you pathetic faggot. you come up with excuses so that you don't have to offer a competent rebuttal or admit to yourself that your opinion is shit. pretty funny how x users have the same maturity level as dumbass little kids addicted to creepypasta fanfics. probably a lot of overlap between those two demographics.
>>22957 I have some resources for you, I'm wondering about biokenisis or other such things. Are you familiar with any of these resources. I'm only at initiate. Opened my 3rd eye once and saw one of the owls. I'm unsure what they are. https://mega.nz/folder/ENkWBBIQ#PuvsOfr3m-f3Op1mxsqrNw https://pastebin.com/1g5vgQRr https://archive.is/s3lOU https://wiredsage.neocities.org/ HOW TO GROUND YOURSELF BEFORE MEDITATION Focus attention on all immediate senses, the now, then relax. Feeling breath in and out, feel your body's weight on the floor/chair, in the chain of support through your bones and joints. Feel your connection to the ground/Earth as it supports you. Use the objectively real to block out any visions/feeling that discomfort you, and do this in a presently calm place for 5 minutes, standing bare footed in grass while imagining you're pulling earth inside you or something similar is preferable. By the end you should feel relaxed, nearly emotionless, focused—grounded. HOW TO MEDITATE PROPERLY >Make the room as dark as possible. >Have as few distractions as possible. >Sit up comfortably. >eyes closed for the entire time (this can be waived as you get better) >Inhale through nose for 4-7 seconds—noting the sensation of air traveling down the windpipe, into the lungs, and the chest expanding as it fills. >Hold breath for approximately the same time, DO NOT leak air out. >exhale for approximately the same time—noting the nasal canal and chest's contractions—while imagining a falling sensation all over as you release the air. This is the same sensation as on an amusement park ride, slide, or car going down a hill, descension. Upon the next inhale, stop this sensation, all movement and momentum arrested. > All the while focusing on ALL material stimuli to the best of your ability without becoming absorbed in a single one. > All the while Ignoring all bodily aches and everything around you, let it all become ancillary—background noise. The only total focus should be breath despite the last instruction, it keeps you on-track. >Repeat the motions until you feel like you're falling asleep, the optimum is as close to sleep as possible while still being conscious. >Once in that state, continue breathing and imagining the falling/stopping, and try things. Energy work overall, opening chakras and charging chakras and centers, calling to an entity that visited you in dreams, mentally asking entity lover to do things to test your senses or help you with whatever you're trying to do. Maybe performing a ritual that doesn't require you to stand, move, et cetera. >Roll with whatever happens until you stop meditating >Remember to try not to be dense and retarded >You can work your eyes open once you git gud enough >Record all experiences ASAP
>>22967 Just look at this post. You are why this website still sucks. Look at this behavior. What a piece of shit individual. We could go post in the culture thread and he'd still be there shitting up the thread with "do a flip, faggot." This is nonwhite behavior.
>>22969 Why the fuck do you care so much? >dumbass little kids addicted to creepypasta fanfics This is someone who has spent so much time in such places he feels confident psychoanalyzing the posters while also believing himself to be separate and better than them. Textbook midwit.
>>22969 Stopped reading at the greentext. I'll give you the time of day. <1. accuse person of "borderline" non-sequitor after doing a (((full))) non-sequitor and adhom, etc. multiple times. <2. Get mad and kvetch and act like I didn't when the posts are literally right above. WHAT IS YOUR END GAME, WHAT IS IT? I WOULD BE WILLING TO LISTEN IF YOU DIDN'T SPEAK LIKE BEN SHAPIRO AT EVERY TURN IDFSTEIN NIGGER AAAAHAHGHAGAHGHAGHAHGAHG You're welcome, if you didn't understand due to autism or aspergers or something I'm sure you do now. I won't read whatever you reply with because it's not worth my time. If you're white have a nice day anon.
>>22972 Continuing, if I were to psychoanalyze myself here, we have a truth seeker who is simply maddened by the fact that he did not learn any truths while browsing /x/ that he could employ to materially enrich himself in this reality so he has decided to write the whole thing off as a bunch of schizo nonsense and takes pleasure in demeaning and denigrating others who he believes to be lesser than himself. This is precisely the type of person that will never reach any real sort of spiritual enlightenment and why that which he read during his time on /x/ never benefited him. This is roughly the archetype of those employed by intelligence agencies.
>psychoanalyze myself here That is to say, myself performing psychoanalysis on the individual I was originally responding to. >>22969
>>22972 Irony is lost on you. I have seen through my eyelids after doing Om chants, t. midwit.
>>22976 There are 3 people talking here right now.
>>22977 I'm glad you were able to tell.
>>22977 >>22978 There might be more but I'm just letting y'all sperge all over each other. CLEAN UP ISLE /b/
>>22979 Understandable. I'm done with him. I hate the ceaseless arguing 4/pol/ attitude. It's not indicative of someone who's taken the time to practice anything worthwhile and be immersed in Sattvic guna. There's nothing of substance, and going in to it I know, if this is the BO, it's his house, and he'll run it how he pleases and that's the way it should be. Midwits don't ever because they have all the answers anyway.
>We could go post in the culture thread the one with not even 20 posts in it after a month and a half, and you expect an entire board? LOL. there wasn't a substantial response after i pointed out a general lack of interest in x across small chans. no, your ad hominem and self-unaware projection are not coherent rebuttals. try attacking the actual argument instead of the character of the poster like a delirious faggot. yes, i am going to insult you when you have offered nothing more yourself.
>>22980 BO doesn't want /x/, debate has been over for >20 posts.
i don't think the website owner has commented in this thread.
>>22981 I did. /culture/ does not have the aura of /x/ and will not attract /x/ posting by nature of it being couched within /culture/. It will remain small and unpopular because it will remain relegated to /culture/. This is plainly obvious. This thread has gotten a lot of activity, and continues to have active debate, but you can continue to frame it how you want. You don't like /x/ posters and you don't want /x/ and you don't want to debate it. If you had said as much plainly instead of trying to hide the fact these are your positions and you're in control of whether there is an /x/, people might treat you with respect and respect your position. Instead your obsequiousness has only perpetuated the nonsense, because as I've stated before... it is clear you enjoy shitting on others and lording your power in a gay manner.
>>22982 So intelligent. >>22983 At least a mod was editing an anon's texts to mock them. BO can be toggled, but it is a who knows kinda thing.
>>22984 Furthermore, anyone who has been on this website for a couple years knows /culture/ was originally created as a trash heap for OPs that mods didn't want cluttering /pol/ but did not necessarily deserve to be fully deleted. Now you're essentially telling those who would like an /x/ board to go live in the trash heap, because you know that's exactly what it is.
>>22984 I couldn't agree more. there's like 3-4 threads that would garner more activity than /bestpol/ on 9chan that could go on an /x/ board, but the BO or his people speaking for him are just obstinate and just like things the way they are. I see no reason to not move all these similar threads onto a board of their own. The fact that the most used thread on this site for, as I've seen, the last like 4 days has been the discussion of an /x/ board's creation should be telling enough, but it's not horrible. I see why they keep /fascist/ as a kind of all-purpose board. It's just like an overboard really.
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>>22984 >lots of projection & implicit group-think strawman </fringe/ does not have the aura of /x/ it will never work!!!11 Constructive respectful discussion about the information intself at hand, no matter where, even if meta (like many obscure things have their starts), is the key to getting a foot hold acknowledgement, habitual general, then own board. There is a process. I'm inclined to agree with the general sentiment of >>22981 Furthermore I'll esoteric post where-ever I feel it's relevant, I don't get flak you guys seem to be self-creating. Though I'm also used to nearly obscure chans with maybe 50 or 100 effortposts a week. This is a lot to do with quantity vs quality. >>22987 >more projection of monolith culture Anonymous is not of one belief or one persuasion, we are legion and we are as different as we are many. >there's like 3-4 threads that would garner more activity to an /x/ than all of /bestpol/ Then why don't you do something about it like repost their outlines and key points so we can be constructive instead of just spinning waaa waaa wheels.
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>>22986 >Now you're essentially telling those who would like an /x/ board to go live in the trash heap
>>22987 /fascist/ is a migrant group that came here from anon.cafe. I don't know what kind of falling out occurred to prompt the move, but I believe /fascist/ did not originate on anon.cafe either but was moved there. /fascist/ BO is understandably a fascist regarding his views on what should be on /fascist/ and has a strong anti-Christian bent to the point where he patrols this website and others for any posts relating to the C-word and J-word which trigger him immensely. As a result, all religious debate is heavily stifled unless it is at least tangentially related to aryan-hinduism, buddhism, esoteric hitlerism and other CIA-friendly demon worship. This is loosely related to why /x/ is not wanted on this website, as evidenced higher up in this thread. This website has always been anti-Christian, which is fine if the owner and mods don't want it, but unfortunately they don't want users aware of this fact that becomes more obvious the longer you're here. I have other theories on /fascist/ but it's never worth talking about on this website as /fascist/ BO lurks all day because he does not have a job and thus will see /fascist/ at the beginning of this rely and thus will take umbrage at what I've said here and call me out for being Christian (like I said, he is easily triggered by the C-word). I've long argued the site is worse off since /fascist/ has moved here, even though we have higher posts per hour. As has been stated here and elsewhere by other anons, /pol/ is completely dead and will remain so as long as /fascist/ is here, because new users correctly assume /fascist/ is the /pol/ of 16chan (which has only occurred since /fascist/ moved here). Ultimately the moderators and 663 can do whatever they want, it's their website. I've only chimed in over the years to express that the site's flourishing has been stifled due to some of their views. Personally I find a lot of the debate on /fascist/ to be over argumentative... the behavior is not conducive towards intellectual growth unless one really likes deep hinduism. The only thing I've been glad about is the higher posts per hour have led to more activity in the COVID thread, which is important to my intelligence gathering efforts.
>>22988 >Constructive respectful discussion about the information intself at hand is the key to getting a foot hold acknowledgement, habitual general, then own board Impossible when anons are mocked and have their posts edited or deleted by moderation, even in /b/ of all places. It is clear the moderation is more petty than most would have guessed and it is not worth debating the merits of /x/ because it has already been decided /x/ is not wanted by those in charge of board creation.
>>22990 I myself am a Hindu after doing Om chants and seeing through my eyelids when I held no spiritual beliefs. My whole weltanschauung changed when that happened. I know however that Christians also have religious experiences like I had because we worship the same god ultimately. The fact they try and stifle discussion and don't partake in meditation or anything other than (((reading))) if that with blatant disregard for subtle experience is telling enough. That's why they're so argumentative and rajasic about all of this. I'm sorry on behalf of them. There's a handful of us here that aren't like that, I've befriended one, and I hope to garner more people through matrix or otherwise so I can learn more. I wish you the best anon.
>>22988 Even if I went on /fascist/ and listed the plenary of religion/spiritual based threads it wouldn't be good enough for you. Go look at them now, it's not hard, and I'm not giving you citations. Even if I made /pg/ and posted ~200GB-300GB worth of material to be combed and tried by everyone interested and posted about it bidaily it wouldn't be enough for you because you are still looking to mock and argue. I too esoteric post wherever I please and anons love interacting with it especially on 4/x/ becuase whoever needs to find it does, but having a forum for it is invaluable, especially a persistent one. You should know doing such a thing and maintaining it in the Kali Yuga is the thing to do. The Srimad Bhagavatam mocks people who think they can read or study a book and learn all there is to know about the world. Why entrap people in a forum where the focus will first on banal things like philosophy without it's metaphysical aspect manifest, rather than the opposite, extrapolating the cream of Vedic knowledge through practicion through the lens of our literature?
>>22990 >This website has always been anti-Christian, I would say this is more neutral ground, however what is not tolerated is crypto-jewish subversion under the guise Christendom. There is an Aryan Kristos and Christ like figures, whether it's Baldur, Lucifer, or Krishna and nothing about discussion itself is barred, only the intellectual dishonesty that borders on subversion. >/pol/ is completely dead and will remain so as long as /fascist/ is here Remember anon. So as you speak, so it is. Watch you words, they become you future, your very fate written by your own tong. Beware you word lest you unknowingly seal your own fate. >users correctly assume /fascist/ is the /pol/ of 16chan Maybe newfags, but they will be fags and they matter little to not. You seem to be upset you can control things, problem? >>22993 >Impossible when anons are mocked and have their posts edited or deleted by moderation To be perfectly honest, and I'm only an anon, I don't have moderator access to see all, every, single, post, that I've seen fucked with deserved it and/or I reported myself. Try again with more composure and effort, and study >>>/pol/16860 and maybe stop with your petty teenage angst and you'll get more respect assuming you're whole agenda is not just an shill apologism.
>>22998 Try again with more composure and effort.
>>22999 My whole agenda is shill apologism and petty teenage angst. This was never about the formation of an /x/ board.
>>22998 You're joking right, you advocate respectful discussion and then in the same breath tell this man maybe the respectful discussion deserved to be fucked with. You're taking up the case of those other retards (if they are others) and feigning non-engagement poorly. I'm almost convinced you're samefagging, taking things the wrong way and all this. >>23000 You have a history with this person and need to compose yourself, it is clear you just want to argue, and there are better uses of all our time. I could just fuck with you, or try to pull you out of this mindset that you know is harmful.
>>22984 this thread is partially flat-earth debate and mostly mindless shit-talk, especially the posts on it today of which you were a substantial contributor (but you will deny any wrongdoing and play the innocent victim because it's soothing to your ego to just project poor behavior onto somebody else) and continue to be even now with your newest response. i don't get off on "lording my power" and i have done nothing to warrant that accusation. again, i have not engaged with the flat earth debate. i have not been interested in the flat earth debate for a very long time. i can admit i specifically don't like YOU, not all "/x/ posters" as if they're some nebulous blob, currently because you are acting like a dumbass and could do with some self-awareness. i honestly don't care about being insulted so long as there is a tangible argument for me to respond off of, which you are now providing me and i appreciate when you make an effort to have a discussion. anyway, that has absolutely nothing to do with my opinion on whether or not x should be a board. i am not emotionally invested in x. i am not going to waste my time whining for it to be removed if it does get made, but i just don't believe it will have lasting interest here. the way boards came into being in the past was when significant interest (i.e. not just two people talking shit back and forth) was shown. if the general topic can't grow out of its britches on culture or on b, it doesn't necessitate its own board. even the ones already hosted by other sites shouldn't exist because there is no interest. you'd be talking to a wall here the same as you would be there. there might, big might, be a short honeymoon phase at the start. as far as i can recall, culture was created to contain discussion of christianity because some posters had a tendency to inject it into conversations it didn't belong in. recently someone suggested 16chan should have a board like anoncafe's server board to facilitate the creation of other boards when significant interest in a given topic is shown. since culture was already being used to contain some topics, it isn't a far cry to be repurposed as a server-like board. anyway, nobody is "lording power" and banning this topic off b either, so coming at it from the angle that culture's visibility is affecting interest doesn't have much weight to it. instead of crying about how everybody who disagrees with you is a jewish shill and making empty jabs at other posters' intelligence, you should be posting about x-related topics and hope others will join in (and spoofing interest with a VPN does nothing for x's long-term health even if it can result it getting x created, not saying anyone is doing that or plans to do that but rather it just wouldn't be constructive to do). looking to x on other websites, i am inclined to believe it is waste of time to implement here. it is good to be prudent with board creation. my most recent memory of my 9chan browsing (which is to say not very recent at all) is a lot of posting going on with b and some spic board with a little on a pol board as well, on top of a mass grave of some 600-odd dead boards or something ridiculous like that. you can shit on moderation here if it makes you feel better, but it doesn't change the fact all these websites have relatively low traffic even when they operate with laissez-faire rules as 9chan does.
>>23001 >it is clear you just want to argue What part of "make an /x/ board" is so difficult for you?
>>23002 Now this is an acceptable response. I will rest my case here. /x/ will be created if there is enough organic posting in /culture/, as has been reiterated multiple times by moderation in this thread. This is an acceptable and mature path forward.
>>22997 >it wouldn't be enough for you because you are still looking to mock and argue So much projection. You can't see the world without looking out through your own wounds anon. May the serenity of Ptah find you.
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>>23001 >you advocate respectful discussion and then in the same breath tell this man maybe the respectful discussion deserved to be fucked with Reporting spam / D&C / etc != fucking with respectful discussion m88
>>23002 I'm tired of hearing you talk about self-awareness and ego of others when your mods partake in hapless feeding of theirs along with unsavory things like samefagging. Like the other anon said at least you gave a comprehensive reason. That's all I can ask for. I'll take the crippled midget over some midwit whose all jacked out over this. >>23003 >>23005 So intelligent and insightful.
>>23007 well, you really need to hear it because you are projecting your own shortcomings onto me. all i am guilty of is disagreeing with you and you turn it into a personal matter. i didn't insult you once before you started flinging your own shit everywhere.
>>23009 <stopped reading at onto me >no u Why are you like this? At this point I'm willing to say it's just secondhand delineation of intention from using post 2016 4chan. I refuse to believe you're this stupid.
>>23010 and you wonder why i keep bringing up self-awareness despite the content of your responses.
>>23009 I decided to read the rest of it. I don't take this personally, and I typically don't insult people first for no reason. Unless you decided to do some banal thing like who hurt you or act like a jackass I'm more than happy to talk. I despise 4chan for that very reason. You however, do assume too much, and I think we all do to varying extents because forum culture has been FUBAR since 2016.
>>23007 >>23009 Despite the shitflinging, this has been a productive thread in that we've all learned something about the users and moderation of the site, as well as some of the history that I've forgotten (my memory is terrible). The moderation has straightened me out on the structure of events before and it is always appreciated. Contrary to what others have said, I am not here "just to argue." I really would like to see what would happen on 16/x/ but moderation has given sufficient reason to hold off on new board creation. Indeed the site has benefited from the reduction in boards we had in the past. It is up to anons who have frequented this thread to post /x/ topics in /culture/ if they have related topics they'd like to discuss. I still believe 16 is not frequented by enough shills that we can't grow beyond this phase of bickering towards stumbling onto some truly new intellectual ground. >>23010 It's okay. Let's just let it go.
>>23012 Indeed actual shills, feds, and related "agencies" of all kinds have led most to assume far too much and read too far into replies.
>>23013 I do have high hopes for this place in truth, I like it a lot because of the stock of people. It's so easy get sucked in when someone just starts acting like a nigger, it's what killed intelligent discussion on 4/pol/ years ago. This place is comfy I don want to help it grow through effortposts. I apologize for getting incensed by faggots, it doesn't do well to partake in it, even to mock them.
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>>23015 >I apologize for getting incensed by faggots, it doesn't do well to partake in it, even to mock them. Yes. Nordic wisdom says not to spend more than 3 words on a thrall. That is to say, one enthralled by their passions, not in self command and self-aware sovereignty. Or just, don't feed the trolls.
>>22998 >Remember anon. So as you speak, so it is. Watch you words, they become you future, your very fate written by your own tong. Beware you word lest you unknowingly seal your own fate. >>23013 >(my memory is terrible) Anon I already almost forgot your warning goddammit
>>23012 all you have done today is presume my identity and try to make personal attacks from that, then put on a sanctimonious or stoic air. this is as you tiresome assholes continue to not-so-subtly sneak in another few baseless jabs in by vaguely referring to people acting like faggots or niggers. gee, i wonder who these limp-wristed and effeminate insults are meant for? you also claimed i had been "epically btfo by the flat earth retards" and that i was lying when i said i have had no participation in that discussion. don't forget you also essentially made no argument but just called me a retard and told me i'm not allowed to disagree with you outside of pol. that is fucking retarded in itself. the main point of all good forums has been to argue and share, not circlejerk and suck each other off all fucking day. you really aren't as mature as you keep deluding yourself to be, hence why i keep encouraging you to cultivate some self-awareness. you will respond like a fragile nigger with baseless insults and wild accusations, then turn around and try to accost someone else for engaging with an argument. you will invoke random personal rules for why you are allowed completely disregard a post (then have the gall to once again take a shot in the dark at my character/identity and claim i am some circa 2016 4pol retard as if the aforementioned practice is uncommon on 4chan). something is very clearly not registering with you in regards to your own behavior. unrelated note, i don't want anyone thinking i speak for moderation. i am not attempting to do that. i am just adding my view and my reasoning behind it to the x conversation. my opinions are my own, theirs are their own. i don't think the website owner is staunchly opposed to an x board and i ultimately do not care if it is added. i would have no reservations agreeing to it if there were more organic and unique interest.
>>22849 > There were mass fires in almost every major city in the West in the mid to late 19th century as well which destroyed hundreds and hundreds of ornate buildings on September 1st 1859 ?

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