>>122167>Mind pointing to some moments in the video that these parts are displayed in?
Not sure how the CD guy did it I'm calling it pure bullshit, because I have no idea how he did it.
So to clarify they are using magic to achieve their true goal. That might be to pull attention where they need it to be, or to use magic to supliment their technical skills. Could be to have the audience be as entertained as possible, or to push forward a messgae. (Much like getting into the flow of things, or a sudden insight) the subconsious is really good at picking up all sorts of data points.
Mirin Dajo might be an example of this kind of trick, doing a quick search it's just a guy with scar tissue, and being extremely susceptible to hypnosis (no pain), while his assistant (not random folks) carefully pushed the blade through him where the tissue already healed (like an earring).
It's all in doing the right thing at the right time in the right way to pull it off.
Some supernatural spirits are attracted to the breaking of reality, if that's in actuality (insane luck) or by means of illusions (pulling attention, and covering some details). Sometimes these entities help them (the steel cord just fucking snapped, but still hanging on by a thread), or hinder (the stagehand twitches wrong leading to catastrophic failure).>Pokemon Video>"And channeling them through their mind, through their arms...">"Can't distinguish between fantasy and reality."
Absolute kek. He has some good points buried in there, but it's mired in useless nonsense.
It does effect your thinking, and it can alter your attitude and perception of the world. Technically while being possessed by a stuffed pikachu it is nearly impossible due to the nature of what it actually represents as a pokemon, and as a stuffed animal which is a protector, friend, and such.
Unless they really hammer in that doing so will possess them at which point it is psychological conditioning.>When the series, at that point, implied that Pokemon were actually ayys that started appearing after the Vietnam War
Crowley and his band of extraterrestrial lookin' daemons wishes to battle.>>122168>The priest have said that toying with magick is dangerous because it opens portals to unwanted entities which humans are not able to handle.
It depends on how strong your belief is (in yourself, in God, in the devils coming to try to corrupt you, in the salvation of Jesus, in the spirits that inhabit the world).
When you toy with actual occult magic you are in essence opening up the developer mode for your mind, body, and soul. Mostly the mind. You can't catch a music earworm if you never listen to music afterall (that fucking song that just won't stop playing in your mind).
There is one point I do disagree with is that humans can handle these entities, and more with far better than most other entities could. There is times when getting specialized help is needed, but people can do mostly everything already.
There is a chance to get the occult version of a trojan virus. It's far more likely to brick the system yourself by fucking up.>>122172>I positively know we are at a low level of the food chain.
I would also disagree with that. Humans are akin to an all you can eat buffet for these things, at a very high cost. People are ultimately disastrous when aware that some thing is parasitizing them.
We are the Lovecraftian horrors, and if they could farm such an infinite power source they will try their damndest.
In essence we are feeding the entities, and can shape, disintegrate, and mold them. They can try to change us by having ourselves mold ourselves.>Better to use the old known Christ as a shield, it always has worked very well.
If it works it works. I'll be over here playing with my spoopy circles.