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Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 11:33:48 No.1 [Reply]
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/v/ - Viverridae Anonymous 11/26/2021 (Fri) 20:38:43 No.1218 [Reply]
Welcome to /v/! An experimental thread in line with other animal-themed threads/boards. Viverridae are one of my favourite families, and I think they at long last deserve their own space. My favourite viverrid is probably the Binturong. What's yours?
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>>1234 Why are they so sneaky?
>>1245 The more you know, the civet
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>>1373 Prionodonts are closer to cats than to viverrids. Always confused them with that guy here >>1223. This guy is more distantly related to cats and civets than the later are to each other. As a matter of fact it's the most living-fossily carnivore if not placential in current existence. It's extremely noteworthy that it survived to this day and judging by the look in its eyes it knows it.
>>1374 Looks cool, what is it?

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/fringe/ - Esoteric thread Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 20:52:56 No.78 [Reply] [Last]
Practices, spells, symbolism, etc
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>>1299 >>1306 I came here on a whim because 16chan was down temporarily, then I get brain-blasted with all this. I really can't explain it away. The fedora science religion can't account for prophesy, yet it can't be ruled out, especially with uncanny evidence like this. As for future conflicts, I think there will be a new Cold War between the Western Empire (GAE, globohomo), vs a Russian-Chinese alliance. I predict the latter shall win. >>1307 >This assuming Chinese miles and American miles are the same length. The traditional Chinese unit, the li, is about one third of a mile.
>>1361 Thank you! I can see I was wrong. So one can still desire for something and obtain it, even desire something while having it. Seems like the only two necessary elements for a successful manifestation are a belief in already possessing your desire, and focus imagining (or visualization) applied to it. >>1362 >After a little while you should start to feel numb or kind of floaty That does sound an awful lot like going to sleep, or the dizzyness you get after suffering a concussion. Considering a man dreams during his sleep, one might consider the visualization done in alpha state as something akin to daydreaming, hence why it'd be so easier to feel oneself in another situation. Makes sense. All that impatience and verification does is telling your subconscious that you do not have you desire, essentially doing the opposite of visualization. A cool, tranquil confidence that knows it already what it desires seems to be the detachment is really about. Getting there, is the hard part. I guess, start small, and gradually work your way up into greater and greater manifestations. Sometimes I wonder just how powerful manifestations can get, beyond affecting one's life and the lives of the people they know, into affecting wider society and perhaps the universe itself.
>>1364 >Sometimes I wonder just how powerful manifestations can get, beyond affecting one's life and the lives of the people they know, into affecting wider society and perhaps the universe itself. It's hard to tell even going off personal testimonials. There are stories of people changing things like their height and facial structure, but it's hard to tell what's real and what's bullshitting. I've read there are even people out there deliberately fake stories as a hopelessly ill-advised way of trying to trick their minds into manifesting what they're after. I'd definitely like to know how far it can go if someone is skilled enough. We hit a wall with the other laws of reality, but it makes me wonder if there aren't bodhisattva types or people like Blavatsky's hidden masters out there who even those are no problem for.
some resources >Nei kung and Qigong. >Foolish Fish YouTube channel >Three Books of Occult Philosophy by Agrippa (preferably the translation by Eric Purdue) >https://www.sacred-texts.com/ >http://english.grimoar.cz/ >http://www.esotericarchives.com/ >Glitch Bottle podcast on YouTube >books by Mantak Chia and Yang Jwing-Ming >Astral Dynamics by Robert Bruce
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A good magical wand is a waveguide, focusing and channeling vibrations of energetic nature and/or subtle matter

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/hover/ - Hovercraft & Advanced Tech Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 12:30:32 No.4 [Reply] [Last]
Means for thrust, lift and things related
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Is "The Hunt for Zero Point: Inside the Classified World of Antigravity Technology" by Nick Cook real or is it fake?
>>1369 I've read that book cover to cover and as far as I can tell, its real. I've seen no evidence to the contrary. Also it goes into some things which make sense. Podkletnov and Schauberger are in that book. Also, it states that the German airforce was not involved with saucer or esoteric craft projects, but those esoteric projects were black budget and possibly handled by the SS or other organizations.

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/caffe/ - Comfy Lounge Anonymous 10/24/2019 (Thu) 13:19:07 No.13 [Reply] [Last]
Chatposting, waifus and general discussion

No spam or repeated messages
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>>13 Dead ass board
>>1357 This is a slow site. Who knew?
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/bun/ - Rabbit and Bunny Anonymous 11/08/2019 (Fri) 20:08:01 No.395 [Reply] [Last]
Bunnies or things related with bunnies
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A humble travelling historians desire travelling historian 01/14/2020 (Tue) 13:13:16 No.601 [Reply]
Greetings to all indigeneous creatures of this board.

I am an ancient traveler on this forsaken land. I‘ve been to countless boards and numerous threads, seen such dreadful beings your minds couldn’t even begin to process. The soul purpose of my journey is to study these distant lands and the inhabitants native to this land.

Therefore I humbly ask you kind strangers to reveal your secret history and hidden treasures to this peaceful historian.

"A generation which ignores its own history has no past and no future." Robert Heinlein
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I found out about 8chan through a roundabout way from 4ch /x/
I claimed /hover/ in 2015 and turned it into something, made a CSS for it and put in content but after browsing some boards decided to let it remain obscure
When 8chan went down I thought about letting it go but then found a site I thought might be suitable for it, but after being on that site for a bit over a month realized it was a mistake (alt-chan federation). 8chan going down also made it clear that some boards might never come back or be anything like they were before so I thought of ways to preserve the impressions I had of them, so I experimented with CSS and found out I could style individual threads and even individual posts on lynxchan so I decided to make this board
>>601 List all of the boards you've visited in alphabetical order.
>>601 dataminer-kun, pls. we have no secrets here but the one great mystery. Namely, 'Why are buns so darn cute' .
>>601 Berz?

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/icup/ thread Anonymous 05/11/2020 (Mon) 21:42:02 No.678 [Reply]
Dearest assorted friends, We're developing the set for the Infinity Cup 2020 and we'd really like to have a team of such diverse features such as yourselves. Come to https://anon.cafe/icup/ and let's get this show going!
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>>678 Made some kits
>>678 In order to finalize the team we also need an anthem and a goal horn. Anyone got any ideas?
>>1322 ahaha, that got me good
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/electronica/ Anonymous 01/23/2021 (Sat) 14:41:47 No.983 [Reply]
Home of all things, music and dance scenes, made possible by machine manipulation and sampling devices. Samples of the classic pieces and some bits of the history of its purveyors without none of the mysterious pills and rowdy ravers. Check our mother thread /musicprod/ as well for more discussion: >>42
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So here's another post but not as in-depth as the previous two, in this occasion i want to touch upon an increasingly common thing from my part which is checking old electro stuff and hearing/realizing more and more a kind of sound only heard in the very late 90's and early to mid-00's, which in my person produces a strong feeling of nostalgia. The sharp digital beeps, the soft Rhodes Pianos, either echoing or ultra sharp DnB-esque percussions, obvious MIDI or Casio-tier sound fonts and the "japenese touch" in drums and bass which makes the people from said country adept at this style, if not downright inventing it if i am allowed to make such declaration from my ignorance. This music is often heard in video game soundtracks from that era, particularly from Sega or Nintendo first-party games but also from americans like Electronic Arts, yet it did make actual record labels rounds from time to time. That being said, next up are two explicit example artists and its defining two albums.
First we will look into this rather obscure duo of japanese hobby musicians, Baku Tsunoda and Naomichi Tanaka, better known in group as Rainstick Orchestra Founded sometime around 1999 to 2001, these two fellows spent their time playing multiple instruments in cover bands ranging from Yellow Light Orchestra, Funkadelic or general punk stuff. While Baku works (or worked) as an editorial designer handyman, Nao' is a systems engineer, and with their musical tact they created a style that use live instruments but sequenced almost like they were samples, giving place to what a publication nicknames "systems music" which show some influence from early electronica pioneers like Steve Reich who gets a small cover tribute/acknowledgement in the album. Sadly that's most of the info you can find about them nowadays, they released The Floating Glass Key in the Sky around 2004 via the back-then prestigious label Ninja Tune, a constant so far in this thread, and disappeared from the view since then. Discogs shows they did release an album around 2015 but i found not a lot about it on the clear internet (i think it was LP release only) and if we look using japanese moonrunes it seems they have been pretty active since the 'rona started, releasing a bunch of single tracks in the last year. This album in particular unites a lot of ideas in its sounds yet is kept very simple, almost minimalist in nature thanks to its very clean and sober mixing coupled with the straightforward melodies which invariable made me think of video game soundtracks for games of all-ages around the era of the Gen 6 consoles (Gamecube, Dreamcast, PS2, Xbox). In theory it should fall into the so-called Downtempo electronica umbrella term genre but due to a lot of its jazzy influence it might also fall into the Nü Jazz niche, yet it isn't as expansive as the latter and not as whirlwind-esque as the former, i never used the "Future Jazz" term before despite being valid but because this album is unique enough we might as well just to pick a label for metadata purposes. It wanders between being live instruments and digital fonts, quite a joy to hear yet melancholic at times but perhaps that's just my nostalgia. 104MB in size, 320kbps converted from FLAC >(2004) Rainstick Orchestra - The Floating Glass Key In The Sky https://mega.nz/file/CRIHBIQK#5wm6gieCavXftDzm4jTdFndX4owY66YhP7AcVl4ag84
And here we have another, supposedly less obscure but just as ignored nowadays band from Canada: Kinder Atom Founded in 1993, it had as its constant members both Gerald Belanger and the more regionally prolific and graphically faceted Heiki Sillaste, with the inclusion later of Christopher Drost and temporal member Kristian Helmstrom, all electronica vets from the land of the perfidious leaf and i suppose the Toronto scene. Releasing several albums from 1996 to 2000, they made a "comeback" of sorts in 2006 with the really, really cool Soft Hand Feel which probably has/had some folk fame in the same era due to one of their songs Eagle Sprouts being in the early Youtube stock library to be used in videos uploaded by the users, hence why i knew the band because i was pretty fond of the piece and its music video. Years passed and i never saw the album be uploaded, recently i got my hands into a certain place's pass and got the FLAC from there, i can confidently say it was well worth it because it's a pretty good work in my personal taste (still going to buy it for the DVD), yet the "sad" thing is their other works that i also got, the albums from 96-00, don't really follow any of the style this late effort had; they range from DnB, acid DnB/House and rudimentary almost experimental techno, some songs are pretty cool but not anywhere near Soft Hand Feel, sonically speaking. So i was bittersweetly left with only this piece as its isolate from the band until i explore the members individually but still this album is quite long anyways, for the sake of viewer's time and anon.cafe's server space i just posted 4 pieces/30 minutes but could've easily uploading the entire thing just like "Floating Key" previously, it varies a lot yet doesn't lose that atmosphere the Rhodes Piano, reverb effects and echoing sampled vocals bring to the table. To give a label this album would probably fall into the Deep House term, but it can easily go many ways, perhaps not exactly video game-tier but certainly upbeat euro lounge vibe that usually is named as a stock vibe from the era. They haven't released anything since then other than an EP with a Eagle Sprouts remix (and in vinyl to fuck things up) so we might as well hand gesticulate the cross to this band who, somehow out of nowhere, made a quite memorable swansong to be enjoyed for years to come. 165MB in size, 320kbps converted from FLAC >(2006) Kinder Atom - Soft Hand Feel https://mega.nz/file/2dAxCawY#4sfdbRI7P0J_WWc7rR8mtSnR45cA5qGvz09z5788qm4
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/fusion/ Anonymous 03/21/2021 (Sun) 08:08:03 No.1109 [Reply]
The in-spot for appreciation of Jazz and its multiple off-shots, chiefly among them the flamboyant and ever-shifting Fusion genre along with some House and its evolution into Nü-Jazz. Pieces and solo-ing samples along with actual tiny bits of history (usually) will be served once in a while for performer context. These genres usually have the particularity that the bands are very temporal and/or have members with extensive side works so i will probably post the line-ups too in the webm dumps. Also fusion albums move very closely in the border of jazz, rock and funk so it won't be rare to post music that could very well fit into other genres, especially progressive rock. Check our mother thread /musicprod/ as well for more discussion: >>42
I was supposed to make this post earlier but i wanted to wait specifically on a March 21 to commemorate the birthday of what is, in my humble opinion after having heard plenty of music, the most advanced electric guitarist to have ever lived Two years ago was the date but procrastination impeded me, then one year ago i had most of it but J.W got the spam and today there's no limits other than never having completed it fully. I might wind some things and rush a bit, along with the topic being a bit too leaned on the Hard Rock side, but i want to express my fondness to this particular individual whom i never met but had in its scarce bio, but rich hearsay, the example of a man who lived life like not many did: In relative NEETdom, taking his careful and methodical time with his hobbies and reaching a technical pinnacle still seen as unreachable to this day, and without harming anything or anyone to the point of being considered a genuinely good person by most people who met him. If there ever was a kind of superior entity living among us in contemporary times, be it an "angel" or an "alien", this guy surely was one.
I don't really know anything about the genre, but I've loved this piece ever since I heard it.
>>1110 Aaand i was supposed to post the webms by now but i wanted to write about Shawn's history along with his buddy Jonas Hellborg... but i don't remember where i left that notepad and i also don't recall the exact details of what i wrote. I have a folder chuck filled with their careers but not a lot in my mind to explain it decently so i am going to post and write on the go if as i was asked out of nowhere in the day of his birthday who and what was Shawn Lane, a man who is still considered by some as a candidate for an undercover higher entity disguising as a person and chief definition example of overplaying the fills.
Shawn Lane was born a March 21th in Memphis, Tennessee, the so-called Cradle of Rock n' Roll which despite its many memes actually did end up giving birth to a titan artist post-Elvis, at least in what respects pure guitar playing which is somewhat of an irony taking into account guitar was at the end of the day actually his second instrument. His rise to his speed-based shenanigans seems to be that he seemed to be born with hyperactivity and some form of nervous system problem which rendered his fingers to react or seem to move faster than usual, which coupled with a refined alternate picking gave way to absurd bpm counts which were not heard of in the 70's, something he could also replicate with the keys. He played piano from early age to accompany his sisters, later he fondled the guitar but didn't take it seriously until he was 12, at 14 he was already the main guitar player for a relatively known band in the US Black Oak Arkansas although for touring days only. But around these dates he would also deal with his eventual demise, psoriasis and what's worse the arthritic kind of it, usually attributed/mentioned on par with his nervous system characteristics. Some speculate he didn't often play at full speed due to this which is hilarious to think in some way; in the first webm we can see a pretty fast but still primitive or "simple" shredding, still by 1979 this was years before some others did in the mainstream and relatively clean too (an evolution to the harsh shredding of McLaughlin or Di Meola) After touring he decided to study music theory to have more solid bases, along the way he recorded some demos and stuff (heard here: >>1110) which rendered him somewhat of an urban legend in the heavy metal circles of the U.S. and even Europe as nobody or very few had heard or seen his work in person (despite always gigging country and jazz in Memphis bars). At least according to Michael Angelo Batio it seemed Shawn was known as the Van Halen Killer but nobody knew why he didn't have a record behind him or somewhat, he just was that guy who released demos and showed the mainstream were still kids or that was until the likes of Yngwie Malmsteem or Jason Becker appeared... yet his fame persisted. Meanwhile in the mid to late 80's our man here, despite his underground notoriety, was chilling around reading books and doing wedding gigs along with bar plays, in the second webm we can see a now silly trope of paid bands overplaying the hell out of ZZ Top's Sharp Dressed Man, and overplaying he did, his usual characteristic when first heard by many people yet here it is also more refined than before. Also to note the guy being a fat scrub now, this usually attributed to his love for food but also his psoriasis treatment based on hydrocortisone which makes you swell in size, focused on the joints.
>>1109 /We're looking for some music for the /icup/ tournament, could you give us some cool anthems to use?

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