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It's not really /x/ without a Bigfoot thread. Did you know the Ketchum study is done and freely accessible? The general consensus is that biblical giants (descendants of the nephilim) were/are bigfoots, that's why they are all over the planet. I haven't read the whole thing yet, but apparently the study indicates that Bigfoot DNA is the result of hybridisation of ancient middle eastern human females and "unknown" males.
Earlier attempts to study Bigfoot DNA always came back as "human" and were dismissed as contaminated, but it turns out that we should expect a "human" result after all.  
http://www.sasquatchgenomeproject.org/linked/novel-north-american-hominins-final-pdf-download.pdf
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Some websites for more bigfoot research, for the interested.

https://www.nabigfootsearch.com/home.html

https://bf-field-journal.blogspot.com/

https://thedavisreport.wordpress.com/
>>224
>the "massacre debunked" videos are still up
That's how yidtube operates, same goes with oven logistics in german camps.
That's an interesting theory but there must have been a whistleblower or pesky forest keeper to cast light on it because that's a pretty specific and controversial take on an already divisive event as the PG film.
>north american ape controlled opposition
I don't know why i laughed so hard at that, there's always an "open-minded" group trying to maintain an overly skeptic status quo so people just think it's a "lol random event bro" instead of an actual widespread phenomenon.

If you are to believe the larpers, and honestly at some point the rugged injun medicine men who explore their rez, both of these openly talk about skinwalkers/shapeshifters at some level (a taboo topic to mention out loud even if you are not a native descendant) yet flip flop or reserve :^) their opinions regarding the sasquatch/yowie, they either know much more than they claim so talking about it as a hearsay makes them feel uncomfortable or they regard a giant hairy dude doing normal things as fishing and picking wood, minding his own business, to be more taboo than a literal mindless witcher who hurts hitchhikers and can transform in wild animals, and even some people, at will.

There is indeed something going on at some level, those in the know
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>>226
>indians not talking about bigfoot
I haven't experienced this, but I'm on the other side of the fence I suppose. Absolutely no one on the native side of my family, including extended family treats the existence Bigfoot as anything other than something to be taken for granted. It's seen as something to consider when/if you go in to the woods or an isolated area and to leave them alone. I've been told stories from the time I was a teenager. Supposedly back in the 30's there was one that used to wait for the men to leave to go fishing then break into the cellar at night and gorge itself on whatever it could find, while the women and children huddled inside the house and shit bricks as the thing's smell permeated the house. That's just an example, no one would ever question the veracity of such a story, and there are many more.
Webm related is all I can scrounge up for now regarding the massacre theory, video wise. I might be able to dig up a couple more odds and ends.
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>>227
>leave for a month
>no new posts
I may have discovered something interesting about Bigfoot's feet.
Also here's a weird gif. The way it moves looks very wrong, but that's interesting, If I wanted to put out a fake clip it wouldn't look like this.

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So what's the deal with The Great Reset?
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>>344
There's a grand conjection as Jupiter and Saturn come within 0.1 degrees of one another, so the New Age esoterics are positively flipping their shit.
I expect a nothingburger.
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>>344
>>345
Not nessecarily a nothingburger. In my experience, cosmic changes are there and they are real, but it's typically a lot more subtle than NewAgefags expect. Even though the arrival of Corona was sighted as a "dramatic change" but it wasn't as evident in the moment.

I've read stories about people who enjoy lucid dreaming, ending up having an intense spiritual experience on dec. 21 2012. They met various deities from various pantheons, up to and including the divine source, AKA God.

Jupiter is a planet of heroism, authority, and fortune. Saturn is planet of restrictions, time, and pain. Most personal readings I've seen about these planets in conjunction advise against doing lawless things.

It's also historically significant for having grand shifts of power and politics.
http://www.historicalastrology.com/planetary-synodic-cycles/conjunction-of-jupiter-and-saturn/
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>>346
>read article
>its all about US politics
ah yes of course, I forgot the whole universe revolves around the fucking amerimuts
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>>343
You seem to think normalfags aren't subhuman scum who don't know shit about anything. I'm surprised at you. It's not 1% or .1% or .001% of Humans who are retarded, who cannot self-govern, who cannot make decisions. Most Humans are chattel. They crave subjugation. They work for their lords and their masters and if denied them they'll seek new ones. Slavery is a Human construct decried and dismantled by superior men who saw the good in themselves and their neighbors and thought the world must be the same. The true man, the real person knows that slavery is death but most Humans aren't real men. In them there is no art, no beauty, no understanding. They are tools craving hands to wield them and nothing more. If this is what the "Elites" know to be true, then they know it well and are right in the knowing. The problem isn't what happens to the cows, the problem is what happens to we: the aurochs left in these placid fields. It's not the "Elites" through which evil is done but their obedient servants: The Normalfags.
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>>347
>ah yes of course, I forgot the whole universe revolves around the fucking amerimuts
The universe of global television loves to make it that way. But really, if things were as bad as conspirafags make it out to be, then 1984 would've happened in WWII.

>>350
And I bet you're just one of those soyboy faggots trying to act like he's "trolling" by acting like a "tough-guy-incel", yet you're secretly subscribe to every single thing you preach against.

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What did get you intrested into paranormal? What's your favourite Horror ARG/ARE?
Feel free to talk about your favourite Arg/movies. I fucked up the last one, that I didn't add pics
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>>130
no, sounds interesting whats about?  
and is it still avalible to watch? i tried searching the image on google but no luck.
>>81 (OP) 
my family, especially my mom, was always interested in the paranormal. my mom will always watches these paranormal reality shows, ghost films like the haunting remake from the 90s.
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Blair Witch 2 has been given two fan cuts that improve it greatly, one I can't find and the other is on Bitchute and doesn't load for me.
>>318
Torment was an ARG/crypto game that was launched way back in 2007, I know that much.
There was nothing inherently special to it - you had a website where each page was a puzzle with a specific answer. Entering the right answer led you to the next page/puzzle, etc. Entering a wrong one would either lead you back to the main page or, worse, to a "red herring" - which looked like another puzzle, but had no proper answer.

The actual natures of the puzzles varied, but I faintly recall one was a classical instance of cryptography/codebreaking, another was based on a picture crawling with insects with some vague comments on their shells, and a third required intimate knowledge of Shakespeare.

It was pretty popular on 4chan's /x/ back in the day and also had groups trying to solve it in various forums (fairly sure there was at least one dedicated website or at least online forum). Then one of the players went apeshit and hacked the email account of the creator Grngecko. The latter thoroughly flipped his shit and took the entire thing offline.

He later started a second, similar project called "Tormentum" in 2010, but that one fizzled out, too.

I actually found an old thread 
http://tweleve.org/torment/22114-torment.html
As well as a YT vid, even if that's in Spanish.
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>>331
Is there any remains? I mean that if there isn't a site that hosts or has the game for download or whatever? Because this sounds intresting.
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>>333
Another thread from the forum I linked mentions some sites still can be called up via the Wayback Machine, but most are missing the images.
I don't think Torment has never been rehosted anywhere. It's pretty much gone.

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Thoughts on Gelitin?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iq1sgoYrfAA
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>>77 (OP) 
Yes, also "dancing israels" and "Urban Moving Systems" Inc.
Maybe it's more /pol/ related due to politics, but anyway it's a creepy stuff. "9/11 predictive programming", when (((they))) put 9/11 symbolism in movies, cartoons, music etc before the actual happening and drawing's by this e-team.
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Forgot the drawings.
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Been thinking about doing some ghost and cryptid hunting, skinwalkers, ghost, goatmen, cannibal hillbillies. I already have a list of items I want to get that I think would help me like thermal cameras, trail cams, and go pros.  But I also wanted to get your opinion on other items or brands I should check out, also if anyone has had any experience monster hunting.
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Skip meals for a day or two and sleep in a graveyard wearing as little clothing as you safely can. None at all, ideally. Set up recording equipment at an angle that doesn't capture schlong, have a diary to write down anything that you remember from your dreams in detail (you will dream), and you're good to go. If you get video of something, it must not make a sound. If you find hear sound of something, it must not be seen. Anything "ghostly" that you can both see and hear is a hoax or a fraud, or simply has an unexplored explanation.
Gravekeepers are emphatically hostile to such an act due to ingrained Judeochristian views on it as immutable sin, dangerous, and an affront to God, but most people are not consciously aware of why, so you can probably get away with it if you prepare well enough. Just do be aware that in this day and age, even if they aren't used to "investigator traffic" anymore, they are intimately familiar with graverobbers.
As far as what to bring to any site you think might be haunted in general, >>287 has the right of it. Bodily worries before fun spooky hijinks. "Hiking supplies" are a must. For the rest and to varying levels of difficulty and lunacy, bring some non-hallucinogenic incense, and the cleaned bone of a small animal. Incense is supposed to make an area "unclean," and therefore easier for spirits to inhabit. By putting the bone of a small animal in your mouth, you forfeit the sanctity of
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>>308
>Chucking dead animal in your mouth
Like eating meat?
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>>310
No, not like eating meat. When you eat meat, you generally don't try to divine outcomes or speak to the dead, because only a weirdo would talk with their mouth full, let alone practice idolatry. That's why the post has
>and giving speeches
in it. Because context is what makes the sentence intelligible.
>>310
What is retarded image that you've posted?
>>310
>muh science
Atheists need to be raped and beheaded.

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https://web.archive.org/web/20170913231530/https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/history/sacred-places/a-july-snowstorm-in-hawaii-the-mountain-answers-protectors-prayers/
Is Poli'ahu's summer blizzard the most blatant modern day example of a miracle that isn't monotheistic?
With everything that's happened related to Maunakea in the past few years, from this to the time the one lizard goddess I forget the name of supposedly made a semi-direct appeal to Hawaiian courts by having someone who can see her speak as her representative, does Hawaii seem enormously underrated in terms of supernatural context as of late to anyone else?
Islanders in general tend to lose culture and spirituality, as they have fewer bastions. When you nix one set of Abrahamics, there are five more to take their place in nearby countries all across the Levant, same with the Hindi, Buddhists, etc.. Meanwhile, islands make selective immigration and censuring foreign religions much easier, so even if you live in the major archipelagos, there's a limited degree of cross-pollination. 
Kill off all the shamans of a Polynesian peoples through violent occupation? That's all there is to it. Documentation is poor, they tend to be iconic cults or aniconic oral traditions, and islands were great strategic locations before modern morality set in and made genocide an unfashionable pastime.
In that sense, yes, enormously underrated, both by surviving natives (with only the barest understanding of their old culture) and foreigners alike.
So far as this specific instance, the peak of Mauna Kea is cold in summer with regularity. July is rarer, but happens roughly one day of the month every year to June's two or three. I'm not sure if I would jump to "miracle" outright.

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What do you listen to spookster anons? Any favorites?

Graveyard Tales is 2 old southern fags shit talking random spooky events and is well worth a listen.

Jim Harrold's camp fire is a call in show where people tell him their creepy or weird stories and he compiles them into an episode. Pretty hit or miss with the odd story which will linger in the back of your mind. He also does the paranormal podcast where he interviews two different people each week. Mostly trying to sell you books but still some quality there.

Mysterious universe. 2 aussies shit posting at maximum non-banned from youtube levels.
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Monsters Among Us is a call-in show for "real" paranormal experiences.  Hit or miss and some calls are BS but others seem genuinely believable.
>>252
What the hell are you talking about? One of the knockoff channels that uploads old David Paulides interviews? Because Paulides is on jewtube, he uploaded this week.
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>>274
TV show, his new show, whatever, almost all of his old stuff is gone.
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>>281
He doesn't have a tv show. I think you're confused, there were some "imposter" channels that he's been complaining about that got deleted recently. He has movies, which are all still up on youtube. His actual channel is called "Canam Missing Project".
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>>291
His documentaries and some scenes in the trailer looked like TV shows or specials but he definitely had a podcast years that was repeatedly deleted by YouTube for discussing things that were too close for the alphabet's comfort.

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So this apparently is a thing over at baguette land right now (or rather, has been a thing since the entire year). Basically, French farmers are complaining that unknown attackers kill or at least mutilate their horses, with things ranging from ears being cut off to "injuries in the anal and vaginal areas".
What makes this more interesting than the prospect of severely sexually frustrated Bronyfags is that France also has seen an uptick in what allegedly is Satanism, with numerous churches being desecrated (to be fair, the alleged Satanists would share that hobby with with local representants from the religion of peace).

So what's your take - are there attackers actual satanists? Have Muslims decided that horses are now haram, too? Or are it just some edgy teenage kids hopping onto something which never would have happened if the media had not bothered to report on it?
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>>43 (OP) 
>So what's your take
Probably a bunch of niggers high off their asses. Disturbing regardless of who or what though.
>>45
Kek
I'm gonna put my money on niggers.
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>ranging from ears being cut off to "injuries in the anal and vaginal areas".
Reminds me of vid related, is that all the information that has been divulged on these incidents?
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>>275
https://accesswdun.com/article/2020/8/933185

This article quotes the French agriculture minister Julien Denormandie, with him saying that "ears are cut off, eyes removed, an animal is emptied of its blood". One horse owner also is described as having struggled with two (human) attackers who went after his horses with a pruning knife.

Ultimately, I doubt there's ayyliens involved in cattle mutilations. Wannabe satanists, animal haters, or people who have it out against the owner of the animals for one reason or another seem more likely culprits.
The entire thing about eyes/ears/genitalia being mutilated also isn't that surprising when you consider that a) animal predators will often go for these first as the soft tissue is easier to eat than having to chew through the animal's hide, and b) human culprits may intentionally target those areas for the shock factor in itself.

Lets get some tales of ghosts up in here. Either copy pasta or screenshot.don't let me down.
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>>29
>stories about jumping out the 13th story window
>hotel only has 12 at most depending on how you count it
Not exactly ghost-related but I just opened an article on Beelzebub and my cat immediately started mewing. I almost shit myself, Jesus Christ.
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The Classic.
I got a few but nothing crazy
>visiting family up north
>uncle showing off his new house
>me and brother staying up late playing Xbox in the living room
>stop playing because we keep hearing something clicking on and off in the kitchen
>go check it out 
>see one of the light switches moving up and down on its own
>get out of there and go to sleep

Its not the only paranormal thing I've seen happen there. Some of my family refuse to sleep in one of his rooms because they hear whispers coming from the closet and usually have weird dreams, Another time I was living with him because he got me a job and one night while I was playing video games I saw out of the corner of my eye a something run down the hall and head down stairs. I thought it was one of his kids but he had just dropped them off at the pool and I was alone in the house.

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Hello Anon, you will see lately I have been interested with the summons especially the one of lesser spirits. They had told me that pic related is used for that, but I'm not very sure about it, could someone help me to answer questions? (You can also use the thread to talk about the summons, doubts, material, etc.)
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>>192
Anon, it does not work like that
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>>193
Yeah
>>177 (OP) 
Little bump
>>192
>>190
If you ask nicely I'll give you a good eight inches, anon.
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>>229
Y-you can a-answer my question?

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