What does Sanctuary know about the Keys, other than what I've put up on that site?
Goet or HowardLoreid, if either of you lurk here, I'd like to get in touch. I've sent both of you emails on different occasions regarding the Gideon Keys and I have yet to receive a response... Hope you both are still alive. I've begun to worry that They might have taken you.
No way! You're Glasganon? I suppose in a way that sort of makes sense... Yeah, I just never put two and two together, I guess. Could you shoot me an email back? It's been a very long time since we've talked. Sure is good to hear from ya, man.
ZebusVampire - Thursday, July 26th, 2012 - 7:31 PM
And the like, things like Killswitch, Polybius, anything else you can think of.
I'm really interested in the Polybius myth because it seems so plausible, yet no real information exists. I really like the idea of Killswitch, and a game that will erase itself upon completion. Any stories, theorizing, whatever.
SarcanisI was phone - Monday, January 3rd, 2011 - 11:41 PM
Posted this here and on 420chan's /spooky/.
HorrorClix was a collectible miniatures game by WizKids. It ceased production in 2008, but there is a small community of dedicated fans who keep the game alive in some form by designing custom figures and playing online. In HorrorClix, players construct teams of horror movie monsters ranging from werewolves to slashers to demons, vampires, zombies, guardians, occultists and just about everything in between. I have been planning for some time now to design a Candle Cove action pack, and it just recently hit me that I should try to expand it into a general creepypasta/internet set. I'm running out of ideas, so I wanted to see if you guys could think of anything I missed that you think would be cool for a tactical horror combat game.
My list so far:
Candle Cove puppets
"Fantastic Hey Hey Hey" robot
# Mereana Mordegard Glesgorv
"The Hands Resist Him" doll
"Resistance at the Threshold" old man (guardian)
Avatar of Zalgo
Happy Mask Salesman
GoetSorceror - Monday, October 24th, 2011 - 3:06 PM
Howdy folks. I've been considering an idea over the past couple of days, and I think now'd be a good time to voice it.
Now that the League of /x/traordinary Gentleman is no more (or is it? I can't tell anymore), would it be a good idea to set up a cabal of some description to take its place? An organisation that explores, discusses, debates and researches various topics within the occult, especially more recent developments, and brings out new content for /x/ - a group where every member is up to something diabolical and interesting, where folk can collaborate on projects, and potentially improve /x/'s often-dreary occult scene.
What do you folks think? Would you be interested in joining (or simply following) a group like this? What issues do you perceive cropping up? What would you like to see this group do, and what would you decidedly /not/ like to see?
No. 20678 - GoetIncubus - April 8th, 2013 - 8:00 AM
Awesome. I'll be on tonight at some point around 11pm GMT and see how you's folks are doing~
Anonymous - Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 - 1:01 AM
(please stay scientific, no souls etc)
Would you consider a tulpa to be a person you should feel guilty for doing bad things to, or is it just a very convincing manifestation of you talking to yourself?
The reasoning behind my question is this: a tulpa is something that behaves like a person, and runs on the same hardware that you're running on, so it seems possible that the tulpa-creation process splits your mind, like a cell undergoing mitosis.
I don't plan on doing anything objectionable, it's just that if I am in fact creating a new person then that's something I need to approach with a lot more weight.
Not that I'm very schooled on such things but I see your point. It seems to me like it's more like introspection though, given the assumption that the same 'hardware' meaning that a tulpa is just an extension of yourself. I would argue that it is not possible for a human to create life. You can breathe 'life' into a concept or ideal, in this case something immaterial that is a sort of reflection, so it would seem like nothing more than acting on yourself.
No. 20657 - Anonymous - February 3rd, 2013 - 3:03 AM
By "hardware" I meant the physical brain. If it's the case that tulpas are one more level abstracted from the physical than our own consciousnesses, and don't run side-by-side, then I agree with
>just an extension of yourself
I was just at the area at Pleasure beach where the Red/white runway marker towers are(200-400yds inland from beachside) for Sikorsky Airport and saw way too much debris, including asbestos tiles, why couldnt they mark that area for public to stay out?? Its so close to the walking trail and beach that leads to Bpt harbor
The last time I heard about this was a few weeks ago on /x/ and then recently I stumbled upon this in youtube. A suggestion, probably based on past viewing history as I did watch some video on youtube.
Warning: Possible nightmare fuel
The idea is that mediums put their foreheads up against a polaroid camera and attempt to take their photos and transfer it onto the film. Several eery photos are said to come from this practice including ones capturing ghosts, past lives, and some predicting the future.
For some reason I really want to believe in this kind of thing, but it's really hard. There are just too many ways to screw around with photographs conventionally for me to accept it without being directly involved in the project somehow.
It's definitely staged, but it was just something youtube showed me based on past viewing history. There was another thread on /x/ which had a lot more content 2-3 weeks ago with cool pictures. The OP said he wanted to try it but didn't want to wake restless spirits.