Witchcraft Technology

penpal
#1
Lately I have been studying something called witchcraft. I have spent along time trying to make sense of it and I think I have. This is my theory. Psychic energy is several different energy's combined together to make one. The main part of psychic energy is an electrolyte. That's what gets it started. Then other energy sources come in like tectonic plates, rivers, The rotation of the planets and so on.
Using these energy sources people speak words of power. Using the right time the right place you can do anything. Using words instead of math.
some powerful numbers that I know are 40, 14, 5. 40 days and 40 nights where how long the great flood lasted. There's 14 lines in a sonnet and there's 5 points in a star. These factors can come in when using witchcraft technology. You could also use a haiku.
I believe when using this technology you can manipulate events and make strange things happen. No ones been able to do anything spectacular like split the atom yet with this technology. I think I may have found a way to do more with this technology. Using electricity and putting it through an electrolyte you may be able to do more. The only electrolyte I can think of would be blood. I dont know how to make an artificial electrolyte.
People have been practicing this stuff for a long time. People have also been known to drink blood when performing these rituals. People also know the more people you have when doing this stuff the more powerful it is.
That's just what I think of it. Im not good with math or words but it makes sense to me.
 
karrie
+2
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Welcome to the forum. Good luck with your theories.
 
eh1eh
#3
Wow, first post which is off the wall but is lacking links to paranormal websites.
Hmmm, ok, welcome. Please continue.
 
taxslave
#4
No idea what you been reading but either it is wrong or you misinterpreted a lot of it. Salt water is an electrolyte, which is mostly what blood is made of.
Have fun
 
Cliffy
#5
Electrolyte is a "medical/scientific" term for salts, specifically ions. The term electrolyte means that this ion is electrically-charged and moves to either a negative (cathode) or positive (anode) electrode:
  • ions that move to the cathode (cations) are positively charged
  • ions that move to the anode (anions) are negatively charged
For example, your body fluids -- blood, plasma, interstitial fluid (fluid between cells) -- are like seawater and have a high concentration of sodium chloride (table salt, or NaCl). The electrolytes in sodium chloride are:
  • sodium ion (Na+) - cation
  • chloride ion (Cl-) - anion
more at: Discovery Health "What are electrolytes?"
 
Dexter Sinister
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by penpal View Post

People have been practicing this stuff for a long time.

Yep, and there's not a single reliably attested instance of it ever working, just anecdote and hearsay. If you can make it work you can win a million dollars from the James Randi Educational Foundation. Good luck with that.
 
Vanni Fucci
#7
While your worldview is no more looney than someone who, say, believes that supplication and transcendental commune will persuade their deity of choice to take an active interest in their pissing and moaning, I think that you'd do better to lay aside the superstitious nonsense and look at the world for the beautiful, awe-inspiring, and scientifically explained wonder that it is.
 
Bar Sinister
#8
None of the ideas stated in the thread seem to have done the Aztecs, Druids, Mayans, or even European "witches" (who were burned at the stake by the thousands in the 16th and 17th Centuries) any good. I can only conclude that the poster may be in error.
 
shadowshiv
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by eh1eh View Post

Wow, first post which is off the wall but is lacking links to paranormal websites.
Hmmm, ok, welcome. Please continue.

Being a new poster, the links would more than likely have been blocked by the Auto-Mod anyhow.
 

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