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Re: A Real Ritual

#21  Postby ScholasticSpastic » Oct 19, 2015 6:48 pm

s13ep wrote:In this thread, the egotistical "smart ones" express how my claims are stupid by reading "Trump nukes Syria" as "man fucks penguin".

Meanwhile, the illiterati express how your claims are stupid by demonstrating an inability to parse what others are writing in this thread. ;)
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Re: A Real Ritual

#22  Postby Adco » Oct 19, 2015 6:50 pm

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Re: A Real Ritual

#23  Postby laklak » Oct 19, 2015 6:55 pm

SafeAsMilk wrote: I Dreamed I Fucked A Penguin And I Liked It.


Sounds like a perfect new song for Miley Cyrus.


quas wrote:
So your power animal is Marla Singer?


Depends, does she fuck penguins?

As an aside, I did a Native American peyote/sweat lodge thing back in my hippie days. We were told we would have a vision of our spirit animal. Other people got stuff like lions, eagles, cougars, and bears. I got an Emperor Penguin.

Maybe there's something to this lucid reality dreaming stuff.
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Re: A Real Ritual

#24  Postby SafeAsMilk » Oct 19, 2015 7:07 pm

laklak wrote:
SafeAsMilk wrote: I Dreamed I Fucked A Penguin And I Liked It.


Sounds like a perfect new song for Miley Cyrus.

I thought it was Aguilerra. Ah well, they're basically all the same.

quas wrote:
So your power animal is Marla Singer?


Depends, does she fuck penguins?

As an aside, I did a Native American peyote/sweat lodge thing back in my hippie days. We were told we would have a vision of our spirit animal. Other people got stuff like lions, eagles, cougars, and bears. I got an Emperor Penguin.

Maybe there's something to this lucid reality dreaming stuff.

Stop it, you're making us look bad :rage:
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Re: A Real Ritual

#25  Postby SafeAsMilk » Oct 19, 2015 7:10 pm

s13ep wrote:In this thread, the egotistical "smart ones"

You mean the ones who are smart enough to read the FUA? Should give it a try sometime.

express how my claims are stupid by reading "Trump nukes Syria" as "man fucks penguin".

Since they're both complete flights of fancy, there's no way to differentiate between them.
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Re: A Real Ritual

#26  Postby The_Piper » Oct 19, 2015 7:30 pm

I hope my power animal is in the squirrel family. :)
Seeing is believing is all well and good13ep, but we can't see what you're seeing. For example, if I told the forum that I saw a blue elephant in the wilds of Pennsylvania, they're not going to believe me.
I saw a black bear there though. Maybe that was my spirit animal. 8-)
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Re: A Real Ritual

#27  Postby laklak » Oct 19, 2015 7:32 pm

There is no question in my mind that your spirit animal is Mr. Chuckles.

Now, as to Trump fucking a penguin - damn, I'd pay to see that.
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Re: A Real Ritual

#28  Postby The_Piper » Oct 19, 2015 7:37 pm

laklak wrote:There is no question in my mind that your spirit animal is Mr. Chuckles.

Now, as to Trump fucking a penguin - damn, I'd pay to see that.

I guess you're right, since he's a spirit now, grazing the lush green lawns of paradise. :mrgreen:
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Re: A Real Ritual

#29  Postby lucek » Oct 19, 2015 7:55 pm

When it comes down to it lucid dreaming is no more magical then regular dreaming. Sorry s13ep but your ritual is just a fantasy. Literally. I've read tons on lucid dreaming and more over was for some time pretty good at initiating the state, you are constructing a narrative to view in your dream. That's it.
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Re: A Real Ritual

#30  Postby lucek » Oct 19, 2015 8:04 pm

SafeAsMilk wrote:Yes, well, around here we're bored to tears with people believing whatever sort of fanciful nonsense they want. The site's called Rational Skepticism, not I Dreamed I Fucked A Penguin And I Liked It.

Would you be angry if I sigged that.
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Re: A Real Ritual

#31  Postby SafeAsMilk » Oct 19, 2015 8:07 pm

lucek wrote:
SafeAsMilk wrote:Yes, well, around here we're bored to tears with people believing whatever sort of fanciful nonsense they want. The site's called Rational Skepticism, not I Dreamed I Fucked A Penguin And I Liked It.

Would you be angry if I sigged that.

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Re: A Real Ritual

#32  Postby s13ep » Oct 19, 2015 8:14 pm

I am the founder of ritualistic lucid dreaming, and I will let you, wise readers, be the judge!
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#33  Postby laklak » Oct 19, 2015 8:17 pm

I'll bet those jealous, corporate tools calling themselves "scientists" won't accept your earth shattering conclusions. It's a conspiracy, they refuse to accept The Truth, just like they rejected Cosmic Orgone Energy.
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Re: A Real Ritual

#34  Postby s13ep » Oct 19, 2015 8:20 pm

laklak wrote:I'll bet those jealous, corporate tools calling themselves "scientists" won't accept your earth shattering conclusions. It's a conspiracy, they refuse to accept The Truth, just like they rejected Cosmic Orgone Energy.


Yeah, but they aren't wise, and I'm not calling it science, I'm pretty sure I called it a ritual. Sorry to come across sounding smart and serious, should I joke, fart and windmill my arms around to match you lot? Or may I keep to my character?
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Re: A Real Ritual

#35  Postby SafeAsMilk » Oct 19, 2015 8:23 pm

Funny, all I've seen you do is flail your arms, present "ideas" that could only be a joke, and empty the contents of your arse onto the forum (solid, liquid and gas). Seems quite in character to me :lol:
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Re: A Real Ritual

#36  Postby laklak » Oct 19, 2015 8:26 pm

s13ep wrote:
laklak wrote:I'll bet those jealous, corporate tools calling themselves "scientists" won't accept your earth shattering conclusions. It's a conspiracy, they refuse to accept The Truth, just like they rejected Cosmic Orgone Energy.


Yeah, but they aren't wise, and I'm not calling it science, I'm pretty sure I called it a ritual. Sorry to come across sounding smart and serious, should I joke, fart and windmill my arms around to match you lot? Or may I keep to my character?


I'm sure it means something to you, which is just fine and dandy. Please excuse me for not jumping on the bandwagon, I have a slightly higher threshold for belief than someone posting stuff on a forum.
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#37  Postby lucek » Oct 19, 2015 8:27 pm

s13ep wrote:I am the founder of ritualistic lucid dreaming, and I will let you, wise readers, be the judge!

How? Do you claim this because you are the OP? Or that you wrote the the info found in the OP. Either way you aren't the first person to think that their fantasies in lucid dreaming were prophetic.
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Re: A Real Ritual

#38  Postby s13ep » Oct 19, 2015 8:27 pm

laklak wrote:
s13ep wrote:
laklak wrote:I'll bet those jealous, corporate tools calling themselves "scientists" won't accept your earth shattering conclusions. It's a conspiracy, they refuse to accept The Truth, just like they rejected Cosmic Orgone Energy.


Yeah, but they aren't wise, and I'm not calling it science, I'm pretty sure I called it a ritual. Sorry to come across sounding smart and serious, should I joke, fart and windmill my arms around to match you lot? Or may I keep to my character?


I'm sure it means something to you, which is just fine and dandy. Please excuse me for not jumping on the bandwagon, I have a slightly higher threshold for belief than someone posting stuff on a forum.


I have an open mind, which closes sometimes, I can see where we differ.
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#39  Postby lucek » Oct 19, 2015 8:35 pm

s13ep wrote:
laklak wrote:
s13ep wrote:
laklak wrote:I'll bet those jealous, corporate tools calling themselves "scientists" won't accept your earth shattering conclusions. It's a conspiracy, they refuse to accept The Truth, just like they rejected Cosmic Orgone Energy.


Yeah, but they aren't wise, and I'm not calling it science, I'm pretty sure I called it a ritual. Sorry to come across sounding smart and serious, should I joke, fart and windmill my arms around to match you lot? Or may I keep to my character?


I'm sure it means something to you, which is just fine and dandy. Please excuse me for not jumping on the bandwagon, I have a slightly higher threshold for belief than someone posting stuff on a forum.


I have an open mind, which closes sometimes, I can see where we differ.

I doubt that. It is not typical for people proposing supernatural beliefs to have open minds. Simply put accepting things that support your beliefs and ignoring things that don't is the exact opposite of an open mind. Show me something testable prophetic and not only will I consider it but I'll put you on the road to making a million dollars. But would you consider any test? From what you said in this thread it sounds like a no.
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Re: A Real Ritual

#40  Postby s13ep » Oct 19, 2015 8:41 pm

Give it a shot!

Have fun! Don't be me and take it seriously.

Believe what you want afterwards.

If you can't lucid dream and don't want to try what I advised, then I can't help you; this is about as much as I can help on this stuff. I only realized this technique a month ago!
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