This board has vidya, this board has gaymes, but this board doesn't have any active paranormal threads as far as I can tell.
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>Post spooky pictures so that people don't forget this thread exists if you don't have any of those!
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It was a strange presence, like i knew it wasn't there to hurt me but to instead protect as it was part of the talisman but i didn't want to take risks and find out what it warning me of, maybe red riding hood's grandma was waiting for me or something.
The container that i used for the talisman was a pocket tin with the flag of Wales on it, which is green, white and red, the same colors as the flying dot.
It gets deeper and deeper the more i think about it, i definitely don't think it's aliens, it looked just like a flying ball that changed colors, it was maybe 5 feet in diameter and about 50 feet of the ground, the closest i got to it was around 80 feet, like i said the noises it made was like a banshee or something.
What else would fly around at 3 in the morning in a empty field? Maybe the martians lost a space dildo in that field or something.
Remind me never to go on a /nightwalk/ with you. Don't you carry around a phone to at least have a grainy picture?
>>134769>Remind me never to go on a /nightwalk/ with you.
I don't know why shit keeps happening at night time around me but it does and i seem to draw the outside in, like a monkey magnet.>Don't you carry around a phone to at least have a grainy picture?
Usually i just wanna get out of the door as quick as possible, it feels strange carrying a phone in remote places, it feels as if i shouldn't bring it with me so i don't because i think it will attract even more things, maybe i'm paranoid but i have always felt like it is desecrating the land if i bring something electronic with me.
So i never bring one with me because it doesn't feel right basically.
I felt a mix of substantial fear, fascination and like i shouldn't be there all at the same time, pretty much my body was telling me to do a 360 and moon walk out of there ASAP.
The only reason i went there was because i felt a very strong urge to see if she was there or not but when faced with something that is pretty much a ball of radiating light that sounds like "EoEwoEwoEwoEwoEwoEwoEwoE" my brain told me "Run nigga" so i followed my instincts because whatever it was defies any form of logic and all logical thoughts were overshadowed by my mind screaming what the fuck is that.
It moved in a very repetitive shaky way, it would seemingly hover and shake for a bit when it was green then moved when it started to turn red and did a couple of loops then turned white and went back to where it was hovering and turned back green and repeated the same routines until i decided to start walking away.
It was one of them spirit orbs.
Lincoln and JFK parallels.
Here is some creepy history for you...how many coincidences can you have before...
They don't know what they've done
Declassified FBI document 6751 explains inter-dimensional beings.
A month ago a woman begun to scream in a plane about a passenger not being real. I caught my attention that the judenpresse immediately focused on her but not the man she was pointing at. Also she was ridiculed in many articles but her name remained anonymous, so it was perhaps nothing or part of a psyop,
Now her name is into public domain (Tiffany Gomas) and the video of the man in question has been scrubbed from most of the internet, but not all and I post it here.
The fucker is a heavily tattooed wigger and confessed freemason. Then it might make sense to think that that woman saw or felt something related to the black magic practiced by the cult.
TMFINR - "That Motherfucker Is Not Real" Plane Woman" is already a meme.
She doesn't have a social media footprint at all. The police report about this is all sorts of fucked and absolutely abnormal for the situation. And then she disappears. No police report about going on the plane and investigating.
The media weirdness surrounding this implies something is up.
A week later one picture.
I think it's possible that this whole incident is a psyop.
Because that female is displaying enough 'real' fight or flight panic signals that it's true or this is done by actual ball's to the wall professionals.
Glow in the darks could have found a genuine link with 'not real guy' and is monitoring, but it's not likely.>inked fagmason
It's still suspect. I have more reason to believe that this is a follow up to leech views.
The fact it's going down means it's either a not helpful narrative or done intentionally to send a message.
So soon after the 'aliens are real trust me' Congress crap it appears to be a deliberate trail of what people ought to believe.
However if this is in fact true at face value some interesting things could be true, that isn't necessarily non-human although could be.
As police have a shitty report, glow in the darks can freely follow up.
Either way keeping an eye open on odd occurrences as always is the same going forward.
Yeah, everything is weird but at least having the cunt's name is a start to validate the news.>Either way keeping an eye open on odd occurrences as always is the same going forward.
News from yesterday and no a single word about the masonic sorcerer.>American Airlines passenger behind ‘not real’ viral tirade that delayed travelers for hours ID’d as marketing executive https://nypost.com/2023/08/07/tiffany-gomas-ided-as-woman-behind-not-real-plane-meltdown/
>>168554>the masonic sorcerer
It is on the second video of >>168547
The Black Magic practician sorcerer.
>>168547>>168548>TMFINR - "That Motherfucker Is Not Real" Plane Woman"
She is backtracking now.
The freemasons got her. Apologize or your career $$$ is over.
How can you be sure she's not just backtracking because she's coming down and is embarrassed after a public mental health episode?
This never happens, don't you know? Every schizo is actually right and every time they stop acting insane that's The Man keeping them down. Like Pad the human period pad. He was actually a maxi pad all along, and when he stopped identifying as one it was just big tampon keeping his people down.
I find it depressing that there are Anons out there who unironically think like this.
>>168643>How can you be sure she's not just backtracking because she's coming down and is embarrassed after a public mental health episode?
How you can be sure she is not right?>Every schizo is actually right and every time they stop acting insane that's The Man keeping them down.
(We) already know a lot about the masons and there is vast bibliography to back that woman up. Pretending she is unwell and unbalanced, because you don't know better, right?, makes you look like a shill.
Back to kikebook >>>/jewbook/>>168645>samefagging
If you want to ask a mod they could confirm my posting history. Dunno the other guy but I can assume we can be confirmed as different. I don't bother obfuscating myself here because my posts over the years have identified me pretty consistently and a VPN would be pointless. Don't be assmad you're the only guy who immediately trusts someone who shouts that someone on camera isn't actually there.>how can you be sure she is not right?
If that's how you think then we are at an impasse and will never come to an agreement. We have plenty of documentation of people having psychotic breaks, even people who are otherwise normal. Stress, heat, waking up on the wrong side of the bed, all happen. People standing right there in plain view in public actually being an illusion? Far as we see, doesn't happen.
By the way, cute calling us kikebook users when your best buddy spends nearly every day spamming memes from there and mister crypto hitman magically shows up to pretend he has anything valuable to say. Who's to say your skin isn't leather too?
>>168647>How you can be sure she is not right?
I can't be 100% sure about anything, but the likelihood that she's was simply unwell is probable because of Occam's razor: the simplest explanation is probable. It's likely that she had a lot of pent up stress, got on the plane and saw that absolute wigger flashing his mason tattoos, and became histrionic shortly after. It didn't help that the wigger seemed to be enjoying stressing her out and pushed her with an "I'm in your walls" tier comment. I've seen hysteria in action and know that it happens all the time to people: well to do people can have panic attacks or hysterical episodes and in the moment feel sure something supernatural is happening, and then later they'll come down from the high and backtrack. It's normal.
For starters, she was claiming the guy "is not real", and from what evidence we have he is indeed a real person. You are claiming that he's a Masonic sorcerer, and by extension you are implying that he actually exists, so she's clearly wrong about that. Even if he were in fact a sorcerer in the middle of casting a magic spell while boarding the economy class section of a commercial airliner, he must have also been a real person to do that, so he must be real.>Pretending she is unwell and unbalanced
Nobody is "pretending". That's just how it looks. We're making reasonable assumptions based on the evidence at face value.>because you don't know better
Because that's what the evidence says.
Hypothetically, he could have also been a doppelganger, or a clay doll shaped like a man, or a sentient hivemind of locusts puppeting a latex bodysuit, or an astral projection manifesting there of all places; but there's no reason to assume that.>makes you look like a shill
So he's a shill just because he's skeptical of your schizo theory? Somebody pays him to monitor a board with barely two dozen posts per day just to keep people from suspecting magical things happened here, in the general about supernatural happenings? Blow it out your ass.>>samefagging
As if that even matters.
>>168649>You are claiming that he's a Masonic sorcerer>you
Hi, I'm back.
This is >>168552
, not the guy you are answering to. But yes, that wigger is involved in black magic and the woman might felt something that it doesn't translate well using words. This is /vx/ after all.
Your deductions are reasonable as well >>168648
Thanks for the catch.>that wigger is involved in black magic
Imo, this wigger doesn't look particularly intelligent or well-connected, and the fact that he's flying economy on a commercial airliner says to me that he isn't particularly influential either. I think he's a larping low-level wannabe who wishes he was involved in black magic but hasn't actually had any access to it. He's covered in tattoos, so he's obviously not the type to be trusted with any kind of subterfuge mission. I think he willfully intimidated that poor woman by larping in her face, and she had a breakdown because of pent up stress in combination with that.
That's just my theory though.
>>168651>Imo, this wigger doesn't look particularly intelligent or well-connected
Take into account that currently most zogbots are freemasons and therefore satan's agents. I don't think they will enter willingly into the purification bonfire.
What does that have to do with the above statement?>most zogbots are freemasons
What exactly is this based on?
>>168653>What does that have to do with the above statement?
That in the current times people don't have available the option to burn the satanists and fix the issue.
But again, what does that have to do with the statement about the wigger?
>>168653>What exactly is this based on?
England's newspapers, Americans' video testimony where former zobots admit their entrance in the dark path, a documentary, if I remember well about the masonic origins of America featuring a room in the congress dedicated to the masonic vocation of law enforcement and military, among many references.
That it is not possible to fix the woman's issue without to provoke kinetic retaliation from the cult.
Good point, but again, the green text you quoted, how are they related? What does the wigger being neither intelligent nor well-connected have to do with that?>>168656
Masonic origins, maybe, but I doubt most cops are actual members.
Who told you that members have to be smart and wealthy? There is plenty of poor dudes recruited from the plumbing Union for example.>>168658>but I doubt most cops are actual members.
Dig moar, you will find out that masons are even recruiting 11 years old girls from mason parents. Kinda grooming the witches from tender age to embed them later in the communities at key positions.
>>168660>Who told you that members have to be smart and wealthy?
I didn't say that. I asked you why you quoted it in the greentext followed by a seemingly separate statement.>Dig moar, you will find out that masons are even recruiting 11 years old girls from mason parents.
I didn't doubt that they're everywhere, I questioned the notion that "most" cops were active members, and asked what it was based on.
I'll post the name if I find it.
Okay, I believe is this one:
"The hidden faith of the founding fathers" - (by christian j. pinto)
And I have satan's numbers. Shit.
I never thought they were Christian. Quotes seemed to indicate that their idea of God was non-denomenational/deistic. And I know the idea behind freemasonry being centered around the self as opposed to serving a Christian order. Really doesn't affect my feelings on the founders or scare me about freemasons. The fact it's so easy to actually join once you own property, and the fact almost every conspiracy about masonry ends up being about Jews and goys who simply use high society to network, tells me the issue is Jewry first and democratic government corruption second.