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RE: Cats on the Brain

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Did you happen to read THE DUNWICH HORROR? Or was it the non-Euclidean geometry of Ry'leh? Do you think the oppressive qualities brought to you by these tales were another part of Verdict's mischievous unconscious manifesting in the Flipside, or do you feel it was something different? I too like Howard Philip Lovecraft (I often employ similar cosmic terrors in my own stories) and I wonder if he was either so good an author or so jarring a visionary that his work changes people, enslaves their curiosity in a way (if the expansion of the Cthulhu mythos is any indication).

The idea of Verdict brandishing her own special Verdict-themed sword is cool as Hell and funny. My tulpa wishes she and Verdict could play together somehow. She thinks the two of them would bond over pranks like blowing up a small microwave in a busy cafeteria with disused cans of swollen foodstuff.

Gypsy lady,

your miracle worked for me.

You set my soul free like a ship sailing on the sea!
05-21-2018, 02:15 AM
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RE: Cats on the Brain

(05-21-2018, 02:15 AM)KarlYoshimura Wrote: @psychologicalKitty-Cat

Did you happen to read THE DUNWICH HORROR? Or was it the non-Euclidean geometry of Ry'leh? Do you think the oppressive qualities brought to you by these tales were another part of Verdict's mischievous unconscious manifesting in the Flipside, or do you feel it was something different? I too like Howard Philip Lovecraft (I often employ similar cosmic terrors in my own stories) and I wonder if he was either so good an author or so jarring a visionary that his work changes people, enslaves their curiosity in a way (if the expansion of the Cthulhu mythos is any indication).

The idea of Verdict brandishing her own special Verdict-themed sword is cool as Hell and funny. My tulpa wishes she and Verdict could play together somehow. She thinks the two of them would bond over pranks like blowing up a small microwave in a busy cafeteria with disused cans of swollen foodstuff.

The story that seemed to cause the changes was "At the Mountains of Madness." (I did read "The Dunwich Horror, " very good) I honestly think that the changes were something other than Verdict, as she denies anything to do with it. Also, the idea of our tulpas playing together sounds fun, but kinda dangerous. Verdict would also enjoy that.

Okay, lil bit 'o progress to report. Earlier in the day, I decided that the idea of imposing from behind was a fantastic one. So I went for a walk, and envisioned Verdict walking behind me, as you do. Feeling her presence is already a constant thing, because as soon as I finished personality forcing, I decided it would be a good idea to have Verdict provide moderate head pressure whenever she was around. So, presence is simple (what's funny is that when I wake up, it takes her a little while to get on her feet. There will be a faint, almost non-existent feeling of pressure. This is when she is asleep. So, whenever I'm concentrating really hard on something different, like a test, for example, I can feel her fall asleep. Then I will call up her form in my head, and see that she is in fact asleep. This usually tends to guilt me into paying more attention to her, so I wait until I'm done doing whatever it was I was doing, and prod her awake). After walking for a little bit, I felt my left hand become inexplicably warm. So, when I reached my destination, I asked her if she was holding my hand. She was. So that was cute, and it also served as a reminder as to how good she's getting at touch imposition.
I also keep forgetting that she is what we could call a loli.
In other news, she has changed her hair to whatever this is, so I'll include another bebinator photo. I have also neglected to mention that she has sky blue eyes. But not the darker "top" of the sky, like the "rims" on a cloudless day. If that makes sense. Once again, don't forget to add a tail. Wish bebinator had tails.


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RE: Cats on the Brain

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AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS is cool too. I've never read it within its entirety yet I do like the idea of reality-warping ancient creatures who can make a grown man mad with overwhelming fear and mental invasion. It's not too openly publicised, yet there's a follow-up to the story where the adventurer who went insane upon discovering the abode of the old ones was eventually cured by another of Lovecraft's characters, specifically by reverse-engineering the chemistry of entheogenic substances like peyote flower.

Aren't lolitas cute? Maybe next time you can ask her if she wants to ride on your back or sit down on your lap so you both can enjoy a book or movie.

If Bebinator won't include tails, why not draw one in Paint or use photographic manipulation software to add a tail to her rendered form? Have you considered drawing her form and equipment in a notebook or upon a tablet peripheral for your machine?

Gypsy lady,

your miracle worked for me.

You set my soul free like a ship sailing on the sea!
06-03-2018, 03:35 AM
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RE: Cats on the Brain

(06-03-2018, 03:35 AM)KarlYoshimura Wrote: @psychologicalKitty-Cat

AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS is cool too. I've never read it within its entirety yet I do like the idea of reality-warping ancient creatures who can make a grown man mad with overwhelming fear and mental invasion. It's not too openly publicised, yet there's a follow-up to the story where the adventurer who went insane upon discovering the abode of the old ones was eventually cured by another of Lovecraft's characters, specifically by reverse-engineering the chemistry of entheogenic substances like peyote flower.

Aren't lolitas cute? Maybe next time you can ask her if she wants to ride on your back or sit down on your lap so you both can enjoy a book or movie.

If Bebinator won't include tails, why not draw one in Paint or use photographic manipulation software to add a tail to her rendered form? Have you considered drawing her form and equipment in a notebook or upon a tablet peripheral for your machine?
She likes to ride on my shoulders, or walk besides me. I don't own PhotoShop (but I could pirate it, I guess), and I'm fairly poor at drawing. But on the topic of notebooks, I keep a dream journal, and I have been trying (in vain) to acheive lucidity. For instance, once I had a dream, far before I began tulpamancy, where I was in an old, greying barn (perhaps my fathers, which he recently demolished, I think) and I was exploring it with an unknown, brightly colored entity. Looking back, it sort of reminds me of Verdict as she is now.

Verdict has again remodeled some features of the Forest Zone (confirmed, she did it, not some odd subconscious force). Now, the luminorbs on the trees slowly phase through a spectrum of bright, but soft colors. Verdict's hair and eyes (including ear and tail fur) also exhibit this trait. It's incredibly relaxing, but probably bound to make visual imposition slightly more difficult, with the ever-changing colors and whatnot.

On the topic of imposition, I thought up this: If life is a constant series of stimulus of all four senses, it would make sense to be able to willingly limit and expand this stimulus.

Perhaps such a mindset will be beneficial.

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06-08-2018, 08:11 PM
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RE: Cats on the Brain

Alright.

Lucid dreaming attempts begin tonight.

I have come across a little guide to "have a lucid dream tonight guaranteed", so to test it's legitness I will try it tonight.

I'll try not to be disappointed if it doesn't work.

The guide can be found here:
http://howtolucid.com/how-to-lucid-dream-tonight/

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06-11-2018, 02:51 AM
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Okay yeah that didn't work, probably because I stayed up too late. Going to try again tonight.



Let the vigorous reality-checking continue.

In other news, Verdict changed her hair and the luminorbs again.
Now it's all red.
Going to attempt to draw tail in Paint, so excuse me if it looks absolutely horrible.
Her eyes are red too. So it seems that her hair color, the color of the luminorbs, and the color of her eyes are consistently linked.
How odd.


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