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Is there a more active /x/ somewhere else? 8chan is just as dead and I'm not aware of any others.
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You have to get a decent momentum, which is why that post had an arbitrary "daily" requirement. Without regular posts, on a very-slowboard like this /x/, you have no reason to check in daily otherwise. 
Not checking in daily means you can't find new posts every time they're made, and therefore can't respond to them. If you don't respond to them, the poster is disappointed or thinks the thread is dead, and may never check back in, or they may check in as irregularly as you do. Daily engagement is the first goal, but growth quickly skyrockets once you get past daily.
So far as I can tell, no one is following that sort of strategy here, so no momentum builds.
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>>493 (OP) 
I came here the last time past year, this stills the same, same threads.
Posting in ded bord :DDDD
I've never been to /x/ before, but I'm really liking it here. I'll try to contribute something.
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420chan has a /spooky/ board, but the site is kikeflared and pozzed.

Offtopic: go visit http://theshadowlands.net aka "the first paranormal website".

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Hello god here, ask me anything.
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That was Satan
Hey god, why do women have clits and men have prostate-gasms?
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Reward system for reproduction
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But clits are tiny dicks and prostate stimulation is anal sex.  Thats not reproductive at all!
Hi God, can you unfuck my life and make it far better than before?

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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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What do you fags thinknof walten files and local 58? Or Eckva?
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Local 58 is not a real ARG in that it's just a series of videos. It's no more an ARG than your classical horror movie.
The same applies to the Walten Files, and ultimately all the way back to Marblehornets.
Imho, an ARG needs to have a level of interactivity (hence the title - alternate reality "game"). Relying on YouTube vids, a potato-tier camcorder and a bad case of Parkinson's is just lazy.

Never heard of Eckva before, but if your first result is an established wiki which shows it's the pet project of this or that person, you might as well drop it. The core of an ARG is that you don't really know whether its merely an ARG, or some sort of cult of government recruitment project like Cicada 3301.
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Well it's an ARE. Alternate reality experience.
But Eckva is made by the se guys behindarble hornets.
>>81 (OP) 
>What did get you intrested into paranormal?
I was always a fan of magicians in stories, regardless if they were the protagonist or antagonist. However I grew frustrated that an explanation of what the mages did was always missing, they just did stuff without telling how they did it. So I started to explore the pop culture new age stuff you could get at every corner. Learned some magic tricks and doing divination. Then I outgrew the pop culture stuff and desired a more serious take on the topic, so I read about the history of magic, it's social role and how different cultures saw it at different times. In these scientific works I finally found what I had been looking for and it greatly raised my horizon. I learned that talk about the supernatural is worthless without a good wealth of knowledge and an understanding of culture. Armed with this knowledge I even found some occult sources that could hold their water in the face of scrutiny. 

The downside of it is that I am now are able to see and read the flaws in many of the entertaining sides of the paranormal: wrong symbols, terrible uses of foreign languages, retelling of false and disproven history etc. This has been somewhat vexing me because I would like to see better stuff, but I lack the artistic talent to do it myself.
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Have you guys heard of the dead internet theory? It has basically been going around on several other chans that basically since the time when almost all main websites and search engines are down to a few, that these mega corporations made AI. Large proportions of the supposedly human-produced content on the internet are actually generated by artificial intelligence networks in conjunction with paid secret media influencers in order to manufacture consumers for an increasing range of newly-normalised cultural products.
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>>784 (OP) 
I'm not totally agree with this theory, but there a few points I'm in. There are some points that can be explained simpler than that speculative and crazy ideas written in there. It's not so much that we live in an alternative universe where all the shit we interact with was artificially made, but was done by a lot of people new to the Internet. That's the key point. Years ago, surfing on the net was something only nerds or freaks did, but nowadays you're the freak if you don't use it. The Internet is full of normies, people without culture, that use the net as they always have used anything in their lives, as a toy. A toy is something that is given to you, you didn't buy it with your own money (so you won't appreciate it); a toy is something you use when you want and if you don't like it, just criticize it! It's free. 
This is why that oldfag of your link wrote what he wrote. 
Also, all the media, big corps and influential people came here too. It's more the way all these people treat the Internet than a "They Live"-ish thing going on.

Let me comment some things "IlluminatiPirate" from agoraroad said and "cannot be explained":

>I used to be in perpetual contact with a solid number of people across multiple sites. Across the years each and every one of them vanished without a trace. None of them were into /pol/ stuff or anything even remotely questionable or controversial. Yet, they all simply vanished in a puff of smoke, no matter the site, no matter the communication platform. There was no "goodbye" or explanation.

False cause fallacy. Using the same website or either the same account on the site during a lot of time (and I'm talking about a lot of years) It's extremely rare. People change. Their mentality too and so their taste on something. What you like nowadays may not in 5 or 10 years. Or even in a a few months! Or maybe you've had some bad experiences with users of those sites that made you to not come back. It could also be another and totally different scenario: you like what is talked in that site but you've recently found a new/modern-looked site with even more topics you like (so you leave). 

Not saying goodbye or writing a farewell letter doesn't neither justify this. That's more linked with your own values. People are a grab-bag and you won't never know someone thoroughly. It could also be that that person in particular died in an accident, or not, It could also be that he just had to move to another state/country and doesn't have Internet and also his tastes changed by the new people he met there.

> I've seen the same threads, the same pics and the same replies reposted over and over across the years to the point of me seeing it as unremarkable. Simply put thread A would be posted in say 2015 and would get its share of replies or pics, on say /co/ or /a/. Then that very same thread, with the same text, pics, and replies would appear in 2016 and beyond. This often happens in the same year multiple times as well. Of course /pol/ is getting shilled and botposted to death, but why recycle a completely innocent /a/ thread? Who is doing this and why? Stuff like this won't be noticed by your average poster perhaps, but I and other oldfags will inevitably notice it.

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I know that at the beginning of my post I said "(...) there a few points I'm in". Well, We do know that Big Tech have used (and is continue doing it) techniques to steal your most private info to sell it to 3rd parties for money. That's what Google, FB, Twitter, Spotify and many other companies do through using cookies, malicious ads or their own services. Not only with adtech companies, but with the police, intelligent departments or governments. 

You will know what people may desire by just spying them. To control them and doing to buy your products.
This is not /x/ related anymore but, take a look about this if you want:

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that's not a theory. that's everything from HBGary to shareblue to jigsaw. don't forged the meme advertising campaigns. monster boomers and joker clowns.
there is a common method used by these hired force meme artists. if you look closely you will notice they meticulously try to make the image look like it was drawn poorly. they draw the color portion first. then they outline it later with black lines. then they go back and intentionally ad line defects. you'll see where they erased part of the line to make it look less consistent or appear as if somebody drew then with an unsteady hand. they will add line offshoots to look like someone rushed it. you'll see a couple deleted pixels to make it appear like somebody colored it in by hand instead of usually a paint tool. in spite of their main efforts, these images look way too clean and it's clear that somebody used photoshop or something to do their best impression of mspaint. it first became apparent with some Hillary pepes that were being spammed. now i see it on a lot of thing like shills misusing the soyboy when somebody is making them look stupid. they are likely trained to respond to challenges with what they believe are board culture insults. they really lean heavily on social pressure and seem oblivious to the fact that anon posts are weighed by their merit. there's not much room for manipulating people away from facts by creating a perception of consensus the way they do on social media.
they have all these "memes" i
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Ultimately, I'd argue the real concern should be less about a "dead internet" where all content is pasted together by bots (although legions of shills do exist, cf. China or ShareBlue).
But rather about sophisticated algorithms that are programmed to subtly drive you into one specific direction or another.

I'm not even arguing these are specific to the government or the lizardpeople or what have you - YouTube makes as much of a buck from people binging on vids that are either in favor or condemning Corona vaccines. Or Facebook. They flatly don't care so long as they can make money off showing people what they want to see. Same business model as the news jesters from Foxnews, CNBC, or what-have-you.

Yet YouTube et. al. don't (primarily) get money from videos getting a certain amount of hits, but from people who want their ads to play during said vids. And if any given corporate giant recognizes people who are into a specific topic have a 1% higher chance to also be interested in another topic that's financially lucrative for them, they will go after that opportunity. That you always see the same stuff ultimately boils down to advertisers trying to keep you in controlled conditions so you can brainwash them with more ads. The fact that they no longer have to rely on time-bound radio broadcasts or TV shows and far stronger analytics make these people positively cream themselves.

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I'll start.

>Busby's Stoop Chair
Stoop chairs are iconic, tall wooden chairs you still see across the United Kingdom. This particular chair, however, belonged to one Thomas Busby, an infamous killer from North Yorkshire who was pried out of his chair during his arrest and executed in a vicious manner. His chair was appropriated by a nearby inn, who turned it into something of a gimmick attraction, though the owners always avoided it themselves. That turned out to be the correct call, as the chair got quite the grisly reputation later down the line. While rumors stayed hushed for the first few hundred or so years, mostly a relic of a past felon, people began to notice an odd trend starting from the 1900s: people who sat in the chair, put plainly, wound up dead.

First it was some canucks, then it was a string of accidents and misfortune so peculiar it motivated the owners at the time to finally offload it (with a donation) to the Thirsk Museum, where it was hung up in the air, so as to prevent any further victims. Yet the story doesn't end there; to make matters worse, the chair linked to all these untimely deaths was finally examined by a professional... who determined it to be fraudulent. It was indeed very, very old, dated in the 1840s, but it was much too new to have ever been Busby's, too new by nearly 140 years.

If it wasn't Busby's chair, how had it wound up in this position, replacing the (historically verified) original- was 
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Torcello island in Venice's lagoon is host to Attila's Throne - an ancient stone chair named and supposedly sat on by the legendary leader of the Huns that sacked large parts of Roman Italy.

While its connection to the ancient warlord are questionable as the first settlers and the throne itself only arrived on Torcello in the 5th century (between 50 to 100 years after Attila's death), local legends still hold that whoever sits down on the throne will invariably return to Torcello - whether they like it or not.
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will I become attila if I sit on that
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Nope. The curse only means you will eventually return to Torcello.
I wish I could offer something more interesting, but haunted chairs aren't all that common.
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>buy chair
>feel like going on vacation to Torcello
>spent the last of my money on a haunted chair though
>sit on chair
>free trip
>haunted chairs aren't all that common
They are extremely common in haunted houses, it's the rural reason why some old chairs have hinges on the ends of the legs to nail them down in position.
The urban "or real" reason is to avoid people from moving or stealing them but a conventional family house should have no reason for having them.

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Post your ayylmaos and related content.
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theyre just useful now for propagandic purposes in their greater nwo goal

theyre demons
Richard L. Thompson's 'Parallels' is a very good book on the UFO phenomenon and its overlap with the Vedic worldview. Some people were talking about ayys over on 16chan's /fascist/ and recommended this to me. Very much worth the read.
Pretty gud read:

>Lue Elizondo, former U.S. Military official that led the U.S. government’s effort to investigate UAP: “Imagine a technology that can do 600-to-700 g-forces, that can fly at 13,000 miles an hour, that can evade radar and that can fly through air and water and possibly space. And oh, by the way, has no obvious signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces and yet still can defy the natural effects of Earth’s gravity. That’s precisely what we’re seeing.”

>Elizondo on explanations for what people are witnessing: “In some cases there are simple explanations for what people are witnessing. But there are some that, that are not. We’re not just simply jumping to a conclusion that’s saying, ‘Oh, that’s a UAP out there.’ We’re going through our due diligence. (...) Ultimately when you have exhausted all those what ifs and you’re still left with the fact that this is in our airspace and it’s real, that’s when it becomes compelling, and that’
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Germans aren't the first ayys, but there testimonies about Nordic Nazi Germans who have visited people from time to time. 

My link gives some answers and information concerning the German saucers and possibility that Germany made first into space. Although any of the UFOs that the US government claims to exist are either lies or incompetence from the military and intelligence agencies.

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>>634 (OP) 
I didn't see jack shit
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>>634 (OP) 
Looks like a dog to me. Very spooky.
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>>634 (OP) 
This is probably definitely a chort or a domovoy.
barn jew
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Barn nigger.

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Before I get started, I want to say this picture is not what Uncle Larry looks like. Or at least not how he looked like to me.

I'm from an eastern European country that starts with S. I currently work in a home for the elderly. My shift stops at 9pm, when the night shift comes in. I don't have a car, so I take the bus to get back home. As I live in a rural part of my country, there rarely is anyone else at the bus station at 9pm.

One day I sit there at the bus stop, and this man aged fifty comes up and sits next down to me. He greets me like I am family. I greet him back like he's family. Like I have always known him. Uncle Larry, which is his name, brings up old stories. Like how he got so drunk on the wedding of my mother he pushed over the table with the buffet. Or how he bribed the police when he and my father got stopped in a traffic control on their way to the hospital where I was born - also while drunk.

We get into the bus, and Uncle Larry tells more stories. I laugh at them, because I remember them. Crazy old stories from a crazy old uncle. When I get out of the bus, Uncle Larry gives me a clap on the shoulder, but stays inside the bus.

You will know this story makes no sense. First, there are no "Larries" where I come from. Plenty of Ivans and Antons, but surely no English Larries. Second, I of course have no uncle called "Larry". Third, I could not possibly remember something happening on the wedding of my mother or from the hospital where I was born 
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I'm not really knowledgeable about Slovenia, but was it ever under British (or generally English-speaking) occupation in the aftermath of WWII? If this Larry entity or entities have an English name, it would be par for the course if it had some form of historic precedent.
pics of him or it didn't happen
Do you think it could be some equivalent of the Domovoy watching over you and your friends?
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Not OP, but I don't think Domovoys are supposed to leave the house of their family. Or at least not to the extend they randomly show up on a bus.
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Good point. That's the only thing I could think of at the time.

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Hey guys, /icup/ here with a question on how we're going to handle the next iteration of the Infinity Cup ( https://anon.cafe/icup/ )
We're trying to poll whether certain boards are interested in playing in the cup, or if there's some specific team that you'd like to see play. If you want to, please answer or add your own answer to the poll in https://poal.me/6x3j1u
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I wasn't sure which bigfoot to add, soccer teams need way more players than that post so if you have any ideas for the roster go ahead and share
>>698 (OP) 
I think /x/ doesn't exist on the current wiki so you could probably ask SKF to make you a team
It's a fake spam message. Sorry....
Ask the BO before you waste time making a team.
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even if it's fake nothing stops us from theorizing a team, since /x/ does not exist in the cup anyhow
The guy in that thread was just over-excited and posted these everywhere. That's still better outreach than whatever the lads are up to right now, because I had no idea ICUP was still going until I saw this.

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I know that finno korean hyperwar is a shitpost, but how much plausible is that human kind fell from grace multiple times?
What if agarthia or hyperborea was real?
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I disagree, in part because we only know very little of our ancients and there's still a ton of stuff to unearth. Another thing that makes me wonder if ancient humans or even a completely different species of hominid had any control over our world is the fact that the time scale we're working with is extremely large. Dr. Stone might be feeding into my delusions, but still.
>>Technological improvements that practically destroyed the way of life of many
I never got much into the bronze age collapse, but could you tell me what technology was it.
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Also I know about the iron, but what alse and how?
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Loli fuckbots, totally eliminated women from relevance. The femcel uprising that followed was worth it.
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The iron itself was a major factor, but so was the introduction of blades/ spear tips that were cast (i.e, mass-produced) instead of forged.
At least in Mycenaean Greece, the idea is that the highly-centralized palace-style economy could only support a small, elite military force; as having too many soldiers too far away from whatever regent you had invariably sparked rebellions.

Now guess what happens if you have some nomadic tribes who have a much larger number of soldiers by virtue that virtually every male owns a weapon and knows how to fight. And guess what happens if these guys just show up and ransack the local "palace" alongside the regent.

In a way, you could liken it to the end of the medieval age, when knights were increasingly replaced by better peasants armed with pikes, crossbows (and, most important) early gunpowder weapons. Heaving heavy armor and a lifetime of training didn't help when some random peasant could just dismount you from your horse with his pike or flatly shoot you in the face with a crossbow.
In the same way, the nomads with Iron weapons destroyed the small warrior elite of the palace culture by means of superior number and superior weaponry.

Depending on where the entire "hacking wars" thing might go, we may even see a new wave by means of collectivized regular citizens doing digital warfare against various government actors.

PS: In terms of weapons, the introduction 
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