Introduction / Welcome Thread
(10-21-2022, 12:13 PM)JohnnyRomero Wrote: Hello Chud Buds, time for my (belated) introduction.

I figure that in the broad strokes I am probably similar to most of you (i.e. white, male, Zoomer, American, autistic, racist, BAP-adjacent), so I will skip the broad introduction and just go into a broad list of bits & bobs about me to try and paint a general picture of who I am, in terms of how I differ from everyone else here.
  • I was born & raised in the American South, in the Appalachian portion of a mostly Deep Southern state.
  • I am Christian, raised Protestant but converted to Catholicism for the typical right-wing nerd reasons a couple years ago after a period of confused apostasy/agnosticism; however my loyalty to Catholicism is quite thin and thins further yet the more I have the displeasure of interacting with Catholics. This forum and its adjacent thinkers on Twitter have awoken me to this, as has my Protestant wife. However, this does not affect my faith in Christ. Nevertheless, I still have a strong interest in esotericism and the occult.
  • I am married but I will always be an incel in my heart and soul. I do not watch much anime but many of my friends do and I am very pro-anime.
  • I discovered /pol/ at around age 13 and got pretty much immediately "red-pilled," and bounced around various meme ideologies of varying degrees of cringe and 'wood (NatSoc, Evolian Traditionalism, TedK primitivism, etc.) in my teenage years due to being a dissatisfied autiste with a crippling social media addiction, before going through a major period of maturation around age 17 and reading BAPbook at ~18, which greatly affected my outlook and made me less of an ideological sperg.
  • My IQ is 156 and I have a very obsessive autism.
  • My core passion has always been for the mysterious, the occult, the unexplained, and the paranormal, including cryptozoology, ESP, UFOs, lost civilizations, hidden history, other dimensions, esotericism & occultism, spiritualism, etc. Other interests mainly revolve around studying, analyzing, and categorizing people as both individuals or as groups, including psychology & personality typing, racial science & phenotypes, ethnology & linguistics, and physiognomy.
  • Having been more or less raised by the Internet from a rather young age, I am very interested in and enamored by the Old Internet, as I feel that I got online right at its tail end, and online sociology as a whole.
  • I am big into BAP and Frogtwitter, and have a very severe autistic fixation on the words & thoughts of Hakan Rotmwrt/Byssus (thanks for the archive, by the way!). Owing to my biological father being a mostly mute worker-drone NPC (no hate towards the man, it's not his fault and I don't resent him for it), I strongly admired Sam Hyde and Mr. Metokur/Jim O'Shaughnessey in my youth, and in hindsight likely took them as surrogate father figures and internalized many of their views and manners, for better or for worse.
  • I am by nature quite disagreeable, independent, aggressive, violent, obsessive, careless, cruel, contrarian, rebellious, and carnivorous (among many other things); judging by my siblings, I believe that this is mostly genetic and a shared trait of our particular phenotypic mixture (I like to attribute it at least in part to the famous Norman cruelty).

Various other relevant metrics about myself:
-Myers-Briggs type: ENTP
-Enneagram type: 4w3
-OCEAN/Big 5 type: SCOEI
-Ancestry: Norman, English (my original ancestors were Southern slaveholders who settled many decades before the Revolution, fought in that war and the Civil War - suck it, Ellis Islanders.)

I chose my pfp for a few reasons:
1. It was already saved on my computer.
2. Pierce Brosnan is a handsome man with a comparable phenotype to myself.
3. I like his wizened, serene, slightly smug, very Hakanesque expression in this photo.
4. I do a lot of traveling to the Middle East.
5. It alludes to the "Architect" meme, which I actually find rather stupid and distasteful, but I use it as an allusion to the lifelong & inescapable f*t/fe*der f*tish (obviously quite cringe because it is inherently very anti-vital, increases ugliness, counter-Nemetsian etc., but somewhat keyed in a certain sense because it involves treating women like cattle and reshaping their forms to one's will) with which God has inexplicably stricken me for as long as I could remember. I wear it as a scarlet letter of sorts, somewhat like the oracle standing behind the triumphant Roman general, whispering into his ear "Remember that you are mortal;" it is a permanent reminder of the inescapability of the lesser, earthly nature with which I struggle, which in a roundabout way serves as an inspiration to overcome said tendencies in favor of a higher nature. I seek to be honest with such shortcomings, neither slavishly ashamed of them nor embarrassingly & obnoxiously embracing of them, but accepting them as aspects of my nature with which I am destined to forever wrestle.

Reading the threads here has been one of the most intellectually stimulating things I have done in a long while. I have many, many intensely autistic theories, and hope that they may at the very least be interesting to you all.

You sound much like me fren except I'm not as big into BAP, except raised Protestant, flirted with Catholicism (gf is) but haven't converted. I don't have a specific faith, although I do have a few superstitions that centre around reverence of Christ.
How are you a Zoomer and already married? Must have had your wedding recently.
(10-24-2022, 05:31 AM)Verl Wrote: You sound much like me fren except I'm not as big into BAP, except raised Protestant, flirted with Catholicism (gf is) but haven't converted. I don't have a specific faith, although I do have a few superstitions that centre around reverence of Christ.
How are you a Zoomer and already married? Must have had your wedding recently.

I was married about 2.5 months ago now. It's been very rewarding.
(10-24-2022, 11:20 AM)JohnnyRomero Wrote:
(10-24-2022, 05:31 AM)Verl Wrote: You sound much like me fren except I'm not as big into BAP, except raised Protestant, flirted with Catholicism (gf is) but haven't converted. I don't have a specific faith, although I do have a few superstitions that centre around reverence of Christ.
How are you a Zoomer and already married? Must have had your wedding recently.

I was married about 2.5 months ago now. It's been very rewarding.

I wish the best of luck for your marriage and your family fren.
How do you wrangle a Christian girlfriend with not getting married right away, being more atheistic, and being into some edgier things that Catholics would call "muh satanic"?
(10-24-2022, 07:14 PM)BillyONare Wrote: How do you wrangle a Christian girlfriend with not getting married right away, being more atheistic, and being into some edgier things that Catholics would call "muh satanic"?

A life is not lived if it has no contradiction inherent to it.
(10-24-2022, 07:14 PM)BillyONare Wrote: How do you wrangle a Christian girlfriend with not getting married right away,
Set a timeline, both to satisfy her and for yourself. "We can get married when I have X job" or "We'll get married when we have a place to settle down." I would also urge you to shit-test her (in a sense) if you really are looking seriously to get married. When my gf and I were discussing marriage I made a point to tell her every offensive, dangerous, and generally doubleplusungood thing about myself (e.g. daily Winthropian random murder fantasies, Hitl0r sympathies, various perversions, etc.). Once I knew that none of these things dissuaded her in the slightest from marrying me, I no longer had any doubts whatsoever.

Quote:being more atheistic,
Not sure about this one, as I have always been a very spiritual person; even my period of agnosticism was me just not being sure which religion was the best/most correct, but I was never not convinced in my blood of the truth of divinity, spirit realms, some form of Evolian Perennialism, etc. But if you are honest with her and explain your doubts while making it clear that you are ultimately pursuing Truth, there is a good chance of that being satisfactory. Women are often more "religious" in the church-going sense than men, traditionally at least.


Quote:and being into some edgier things that Catholics would call "muh satanic"?
I would repeat both of the previous points for this to start. You should emphasize the truthful and honest common ground in both of your worldviews, but never lie or shy away from expressing edgy/disagreeable beliefs. Any and all discussions of edgy topics and disagreeable beliefs need to come only after a firm foundation of trust has been built, so rather deep into the relationship. I don't know your situation, but if you are seriously considering marriage you need to remember that that means being around that person all of the time (or at the very least for a large chunk of your day), and sharing everything with them. You need someone you can trust as strongly as you can trust a woman. If you hide your true beliefs out of convenience the result will be either:

1. Kicking the can of disagreement (and perhaps breakup, God forbid) down the road, wasting both your time and hers.
OR
2. Keeping the lie going up to and past the point of marriage, at which point you have permanently tied your life to someone who has a false image of you, thus necessitating near-constant low-level deception; state of constant falsehood and distrust = literal Hell.


The tl;dr for all of these boils down to:
1. Build a strong foundation of personal trust & emphasized shared beliefs, and especially respect (primarily her respecting you, as women will change a great deal to suit a man they truly love; but of course, you should probably have a modicum of respect for her, or at the bare minimum a lack of contempt and a trust in her general competence in day-to-day things).
2. Once this trust has been built, gradually start bringing up and discussing more and more contentious topics & beliefs.
3. Discuss them openly and honestly, and make mental notes of how she reacts to conflict; if you're looking to marry her at some point, you had better be prepared to deal with that behavior on a regular basis, whatever it may be.

But of course, I write this from my own perspective and with my own assumptions (i.e. that you are dating with marriage in mind in the short- to medium-term), but do not know your own situation or the details therein.

(10-25-2022, 10:39 PM)Verl Wrote:
(10-24-2022, 07:14 PM)BillyONare Wrote: How do you wrangle a Christian girlfriend with not getting married right away, being more atheistic, and being into some edgier things that Catholics would call "muh satanic"?

A life is not lived if it has no contradiction inherent to it.

This also gud. Am I Catholic? Protestant? Orthodox (*dies of cringe*)? I don't know; all I do know is that I am Christian, and I am me, and that I believe in what I believe is true, regardless of how well it fits some abstract credo.
Thank you for the very clarifying and helpful advice
Came for the hair meds.  

You will sell me jewish snake oil for a very reasonable price.
(11-16-2022, 06:42 PM)casual rapist Wrote: Came for the hair meds.  

You will sell me jewish snake oil for a very reasonable price.

If you want I could make a baldness thread. We had a pretty great one on Amarna1. It's a subject I believe has a lot going on. Adjacent to many interesting things. Also I know a lot of genuine obscure hair science stuff that might actually save your scalp if you're into that.
(11-16-2022, 09:26 PM)anthony Wrote:
(11-16-2022, 06:42 PM)casual rapist Wrote: Came for the hair meds.  

You will sell me jewish snake oil for a very reasonable price.

If you want I could make a baldness thread. We had a pretty great one on Amarna1. It's a subject I believe has a lot going on. Adjacent to many interesting things. Also I know a lot of genuine obscure hair science stuff that might actually save your scalp if you're into that.

Baldness: Physical and Baldness: Spiritual would be good threads, yes.
(11-16-2022, 10:01 PM)Κόραξ Wrote:
(11-16-2022, 09:26 PM)anthony Wrote:
(11-16-2022, 06:42 PM)casual rapist Wrote: Came for the hair meds.  

You will sell me jewish snake oil for a very reasonable price.

If you want I could make a baldness thread. We had a pretty great one on Amarna1. It's a subject I believe has a lot going on. Adjacent to many interesting things. Also I know a lot of genuine obscure hair science stuff that might actually save your scalp if you're into that.

Baldness: Physical and Baldness: Spiritual would be good threads, yes.

The subjects are inseparable. I think some of my old posts on this even survived in the archive.
Hello, have a good Hitler day everyone.


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