Occult forums suck

20 Mar

Or, at least the ones I’ve found do.

From what I can tell, at least 90% of the posters don’t actually do anything. All they do is ask stupid questions to a post that is plainly written by someone that evidently knows what he or she is talking about. “What if I do this? What if I do that? Do I need this? Do I need that? What would happen if _____ ?”And on and on and on…. and on.

Why? Are they afraid and think they might miss an Extremely Important Detail that can mean the difference between spectacular success and horrible disaster?

Or, some of them still haven’t figured out how to use google. So they will ask “How do I find Bael’s sigil? Is He a good demon for beginners to work with? How do I evoke Him? Will He help me get laid? Because I really want to get laid…”

I understand a board can’t succeed without traffic, but they are getting the wrong kind of traffic. And I don’t see how they can get the right kind of traffic if they let the do-nothings access to the board to post their idiotic questions.

I guess it’s like anything else occult related. One must wade thru shit to find the occasional pearl.

I remember a board I was  a part of years ago that dealt with chemistry / explosives synthesis (Hello, NSA lying douchebags). I didn’t understand most of it so I didn’t post, I just lurked. They would ban you for a simple typo. Maybe this needs to be applied to occult forums.


Posted by on March 20, 2016 in General Knowledge


5 responses to “Occult forums suck

  1. succupedia

    March 21, 2016 at 4:54 am

    I partially agree with you on this one. There’s no point in asking questions for the sake of it, and that happens quite often in some of these occult forums. When the question lacks VALIDATION, then what’s the point of asking in the first place? Because you can only validate something by the experiences you have, and never as something for precautionary matters. I think that’s the basis of asking these unnecessary questions in the first place.

    Besides the irritation of unnecessary questions, there is useful threads and posts in some of these forums and the tolerance is quite high, but there is a lack of explanation of how the mechanics of certain abilities works and how it’s beneficial for us.

    There is also a big confusion of linguistics, because certain words in some of the forum members practices, means something else than what a general accepted dictionary explains it. A typical example is the words “atheist” and “black magician”. Put these words together and it doesn’t make sense at all.

  2. Loose Cannon

    March 21, 2016 at 10:30 am

    The tolerance is high. But I think it is too high with the boards I’ve seen. A line has to be drawn somewhere. Sure they will lose traffic but the traffic quality will improve.

    If there are some boards out there that are by invitation only, maybe on TOR / dark web somewhere,I think that would be a good thing.

    • succupedia

      March 22, 2016 at 3:27 am

      I rather stay out of the Dark Web, because even if you use something like TOR, it’s not as safe as you would think. It might be restricted there, but the information on magic, spirits or other paranormal phenomenons isn’t much different than on the open web.

      Low tolerance isn’t equal to high quality information. The idiots and douchebags might have a different representation over there, which usually is the people running these sites, rather than the users who share their experiences. I wonder if the tolerance is just as low if you came into an argument and disagreement with another user? If so, it’s not worth the effort of being there either.

      • Loose Cannon

        March 22, 2016 at 8:12 am

        I can agree with that.

        Maybe these boards are just RHP ideas that let people interact socially without focus.

        Maybe blogs are the way to go. It’s easier to keep focused on the topic.
        One huge difference I see is that if there is disagreement, it is disagreement with respect, and it can be discussed. I think if a person is on the LHP, that person knows they don’t know everything, or much about anything. We are teachable.

        • succupedia

          March 22, 2016 at 12:19 pm

          There are LHP ideas in some of these boards, but a lot of the ideas is based on raising your ego and power through demons and other entities. That idea doesn’t work that well on the “succubus” community, generally speaking. At least not at start, because the deeper the relationship gets with OUR kind of spirits, the tougher it gets to work with other demons and entities at the same time. It can create conflicts between spirits, because OUR kind of spirits can work with ascension to develop a bond between us and them. It wouldn’t be as effective to bond if other spirits are in their way. Egotistical thinking is not always beneficial, since most of us bloggers have not only ourselves to think about.

          But the longer the relationship continues, the easier it is to return to our egos. Not entirely though, like other practitioners of the LHP do.

          Yeah. With our blogs, we control much more with all kinds of subjects and we also have better control of filtering things we consider useless.


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