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reachingfortherandom 1 point ago +1 / -0

European living in Alberta here, can confirm. I fucking hate most Canadians. Only about 10% are awesome people. Guess what, that seems to be what the percentage of the unvaxed is! (Not all unvaxed are great people, however)

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reachingfortherandom 2 points ago +2 / -0

I remember Crowley doing much of the same… oh yeah she’s speaking to demons.

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reachingfortherandom 2 points ago +2 / -0

Fuck yeah we are, I used to love that place but after the election they became a bunch of downers.

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reachingfortherandom 8 points ago +8 / -0

Well, here we go. I missed all the original posts in real time, but I'm here now. Let's fucking go. I'm ready.

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reachingfortherandom 8 points ago +8 / -0

How the fuck is WEF in there under conspiracies when they STRAIGHT UP TELL US WHAT THEY HAVE PLANNED FOR US?! Some people need some sense knocked into them.

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reachingfortherandom 1 point ago +1 / -0

This, to get to that level he has to be a human pin cushion for roids. Nothing to do with the vax (probably).

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reachingfortherandom 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah but the government knows who has what as far as handguns and will make them prohibited next.

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reachingfortherandom 1 point ago +1 / -0

They are going to update the prohibited list quietly with about 300 new models, basically everything they missed the first time. Any remotely tactical semi auto will be banned. This is part of it.

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reachingfortherandom 1 point ago +1 / -0

There's no point to treading lightly with psychedelics. If you take small amounts you will have no idea what the psychedelic experience is. You either take heroic breakthrough doses or better not to take them at all. Of course the downsides are experiencing your own death, existential crisis worse than you can ever imagine, forceful entity encounters, opening the door to schizophrenia, there really is no limit. It's a bottomless pit and nothing can prepare you. The positives would be seeing it for yourself and being one of the initiated few. Trial by fire. Imagine the unimaginable.

Are there benefits to low doses? Sure, there can be. It's a tool and I don't think they are inherently evil. That said, it opens the door for the astral (demonic) entities to get into your life. I don't think God intended for us to have these experiences during this lifetime. It's taking a bite out of the forbidden fruit. The choice is ours and the option is there, but once you see it you can't unsee it. I've personally met several people who had forceful entity encounters from low doses. They had 20-30 prior trips that were fun and positive and one day they connected with something from beyond. Scared them straight and never touched them again. It's playing Russian roulette. It's not purely neurochemical changes in the brain nor is it a strictly spiritual experience. It's both, and the lines are blurred. What makes an experience real? Define reality. Is it something our brain interprets and exists just within ourselves? Is it something that exists regardless if we notice it ourselves and can be observed by others too? With psychedelics, it seems to be the latter. People have similar experiences with the same or similar entities which have a definite agenda - and they don't have our best interest in mind.

Hope this helps. If you still want to try them at some point, go straight for DMT. Make it yourself, put together a vape mod from aliexpress parts (lots of youtube videos) strong enough for a one hit breakthrough and yolo the FUCK out of it.

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reachingfortherandom 2 points ago +2 / -0

Me personally? I have limited experiences. No, I was talking about learning from other people’s experiences. Going full autist over these things for the last few years. Eventually you start to notice similarities and be able to draw conclusions. Hope you’re having a good weekend fren, thanks for the blessings!

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reachingfortherandom 3 points ago +3 / -0

Make of it what you want, but you can’t see the forest from the trees. Once you look at everything and analyze the links and similarities, you can begin to understand. I may not be a genius but my pattern recognition skills are above average.

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reachingfortherandom 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes it’s exactly like playing Russian roulette, for the most part they are tools but you won’t find positive entities on the other side (only those who pretend to be). God doesn’t use those mediums. I respectfully disagree with your “alien” statement though, for the following reason: demonic encounters and “alien” type encounters are extremely similar, if not identical. For the most part they are interchangeable, with minor differences. The key takeaway is that both can be stopped with the mention of Christ. I spoke to a researcher (CE4) who catalogued thousands of alien reports and he also came to the same conclusion. Even the perceived positive encounters have very interesting similarities. Also worth noting there’s a link between early childhood sexual abuse and alien type encounters. I could go on and on.

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reachingfortherandom 5 points ago +5 / -0

Check my posted thread history. I played around with the occult and opened spiritual doors with psychedelics. Had tons of experiences both with and without the aid of drugs. Others around me experienced weird things as well, so it definitely wasn’t just in my mind. One time a bunch of friends saw things move completely on their own clear as day and were absolutely terrified. I was a magnet for that stuff because of what I did. My last entity encounter I got possessed and decided to call it quits after that and seek Christ. Life’s been amazing since. It’s insane what’s in the realm of reality and possibility if someone were to put fear aside and seek, but people don’t. It would put most in mental asylums if they knew the truth. The greatest trick demons ever pulled was convincing most they don’t exist.

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reachingfortherandom 2 points ago +5 / -3

They certainly are, except aliens are spiritual beings - demons. I’ve met them and have no doubts people high up are in contact in exchange for earthly power.

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