Another thing, if you release some balloons of helium into the air, with an amount which gives them a buoyancy that allows them to rise slower than
they would if they were completely full of helium, till they hit a ceiling, I think you'll find that by developing the stare, the ones you're staring
at will rise slower.
Or do the reverse, things that will fall slowly to the ground, might be easier, then you don't need a ceiling. Just release them all at once and if
you've got the stare down, the ones you're staring at will fall much slower, hinting at inertia control/antigravity through photons being synchronized
with certain ELF waves.
EDIT: Couldn't resist this:
"Most chaos magic techniques involve something called the gnostic state, or gnosis. This is described as an altered state of consciousness in which a
person's mind is focused on only one point, thought, or goal and all other thoughts are thrust out. The gnostic state is used to bypass the
"filter" of the conscious mind – something thought to be necessary for working most forms of magic.
Since it takes years of training to master this sort of Zen-like meditative ability, chaos magicians employ a variety of other ways to attain a "brief
'no-mind' state" in which to work magic. Three main types of gnosis are described:
Inhibitory gnosis is a form of deep meditation into a trance state of mind. This type of gnosis uses slow and regular breathing techniques, absent
thought processes, progressive muscle relaxation, self-induction and self-hypnosis techniques. Means employed may also include fasting, sleeplessness,
sensory deprivation and hypnotic or trance-inducing drugs.
Ecstatic gnosis describes a mindlessness reached through intense arousal. It is aimed to be reached through sexual excitation, intense emotions,
flagellation, dance, drumming, chanting, sensory overload, hyperventilation and the use of disinhibitory or hallucinogenic drugs.
Indifferent vacuity was described by Phil Hine and Jan Fries as a third method. Here the intended spell is cast parenthetically, so it does not raise
much thought to suppress – "doodling sigils while listening to a talk which is boring, but you have to take notes on", for example."
I used a combination of inhibitory gnosis and ecstatic gnosis for the ritual I described.
This also: "A sigil is a picture or glyph that represents a particular desire or intention. They are most commonly created by writing out the
intention, then condensing the letters of the statement down to form a sort of monogram. The chaos magician then uses the gnostic state to "launch" or
"charge" the sigil – essentially bypassing the conscious mind to implant the desire in the unconscious. To quote Ray Sherwin:
The magician acknowledges a desire, he lists the appropriate symbols and arranges them into an easily visualised glyph. Using any of the gnostic
techniques he reifies the sigil and then, by force of will, hurls it into his subconscious from where the sigil can begin to work unencumbered by
After charging the sigil, it is considered necessary to repress all memory of it: there should be "a deliberate striving to forget it", in Spare's
To forget it makes sense. It's affecting the quantum memory pool. Max Spiers was killed for pointing out things about magic, partially at least.
That's my opinion though.
Scopolamine + morphine can also produce amnesia. Then there's EDOM, electronic dissolution of memory. Lots of ways to shortcut the
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