Cheaters always win.

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Cheaters always win.

Post by dogwolf » Thu Jun 21, 2018 12:44 am


With chaos it is natural that many and various disciplines are brought into the fold of personal development. What do magic users all have a common need for? Some god damned insight is what. I don't know about y'all but I only have so much time to read and practice. I want this thread to be a place where people can ask for help on a specific item and get it.

Just the tip.
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Re: Cheaters always win.

Post by dogwolf » Thu Jun 21, 2018 1:03 am

Yay me first.

Some of this stuff is obvious and other stuff is unclear. I'm putting the info down as I hear it. Any insight is much appreciated. This is the text. What is in parenthesis repeats during the entire monologue.

"Let's begin.
I want you to think about a camp fire.
(you still think you can escape if you want to)
A river by a mountain
(it is to late to escape)
and the wind that blows through.
(this is where you want to go)
Things may turn from black to white.
But they will never turn from blue to red.
The past is an extension of the future.
Intent to be planeless.
Below the earth is a hollow infinity
of limited dimension.
The eye of the universe is open.
The emerald moon is not real genius.
The secret of creativity is there.
sun raasarvishnu harisgl krishnnara ma buddah
The harmony of camels
Which lies between the pillars.
This is silver Chandra"s storm
Upon a crown of aces
Does the 000 (triple zero) trifold unity reset.
And now we can begin

What do y'all make of it I see a lot of thoth tarot. some hindu gods, Lots of flesh worship.
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Re: Cheaters always win.

Post by Micr0cosM » Wed Jun 27, 2018 10:19 pm

Where is it from?
“Science is a way of talking about the universe in words that bind it to a common reality.
Magic is a method of talking to the universe in words that it cannot ignore.
The two are rarely compatible.”
― Neil Gaiman, The Books of Magic
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