This is the author's page from the little article I showed you earlier. At a basic extent, it pretty much describes magick in the way I've known it, also considering it "mind-hacking." There are of course tons of memes thrown in and all that, but I don't know if I feel safe with Tumblrites creating servitors to do their bidding. This is an interesting interpretation of a very ancient art, but once again, I've thrown up my hands. Someone did claim that they did a sort of incantation to stave off feminism for a few months, but I told them that it didn't work. At least I didn't notice a difference. Same shit propagating.
Should have told him to do it again. Think I will. Think I'll tell him to do it with other people, make it a collective.
Servitors with an intent to harm aren't great things. "This person doesn't like my ideas? I'll create a servitor to deal with them."
Of course, another magician popped in and said, "they'll end up summoning something so big that it will eat them." Used some metaphor about rice.
I feel good about eaten tumblrites.
Imaginary shit? Lol. It's mind hacking. There are literal warnings of insanity and the things you create can drive you to suicide.
I know you read all the spells to the Necronomicon spellbook years back, but nearly all occultists believe that it is junk. Completely useless.
I've actually launched a sigil which should have an effect at any time from 3 days, to 3 months. That's what Morrison states anyhow. It's an experiment, with an outcome that will be readily verifiable. If it doesn't work, you'll know by February. The thing about sigils is that you don't have to believe in them to work.
I'll also throw this one on you. The Golden Arches are what is called a viral sigil. Every time someone sees them, they think of McDonalds. The same can be said with the Nike logo and other famous brands. They're all sigils, with the purpose of advertising or turning people into advertisements. Moore stated that advertisers are "the true magicians." Yeah, I'd believe that heavily.
It works through quantum mechanics, via that of the chaos theory, as well as psychology. Jungian archetypes are a huge part of it, that's how people make gods. Oddly enough, some magicians also consider themselves scientists. It's not so "fantastical" as you might think. No fireballs, dragons or any of that shit.
Morrison made the bold claim that "Sigils ALWAYS work" so let's see if he's right. No harm in that. That being said, I wouldn't see you fucking with this stuff.
- Eric May (Copywriter, Underground musician, Crazy maniac, Kudos ;^) )
>tumblr link on 4chan
>It works through quantum mechanics, via that of the chaos theory, as well as psychology
Holy shit, take this LARPing shit back to tumblr and stay in school. One day, you might learn what those terms actually mean.
You cannot get your imaginary friends to beat people up.
>getting triggered over tumblr
And you know what they mean? YEAH RIGHT HAHA! Just admit it the words are just over you're head and your not smart enough to understand what they mean.
It's not imaginary, it's mind-hacking and you're just close-minded!
Guys, instead of being faggots, why don't you try the exercises that bluefluke recommends?
Fuck, we are in a board about paranormal, we may have found a little gem and all one of you get mad over fucking tumblr
>but I don't know if I feel safe with Tumblrites creating servitors to do their bidding.
you think they'd get off their ass of to go through all that trouble and effort? you think people do on 4chan? anyone with enough motivation could figure this stuff out, but that's the catch - you need the motivation
>Morrison made the bold claim that "Sigils ALWAYS work"
if you do them right
jesus how many times people have posted sigils on /x/ with a "I desire something" as their starting point - fantastic now the sigil will make you desire it more, was that what you wanted to achieve? they're pretty literal which some people just don't fucking get because they have a mind of a 14 year old