Is pure chaos the ultimate embodiment of fear? What unfathomable psychological horrors have you found?
What am I missing... where can i go.. In other words,
Scare me /x/
What is pure chaos? A lot of people say anarchism is pure chaos, but i doubt it's the embodiment of fear. Atleast for the majority of people
Or maybe it's the loss of control that is so fearful
Mate i don't know, fear is such a huge thing, rational, irrational, fear because of past experiences, fear because of another persona experiences anticipation that something could happen and shit, fear of the future or broader : fear of the unknown which i think plagues a lot of people, racism has a lot to do with fear but so does SJWism
Right now, as we type this, there's a gigantic, almost continental-sized creature feeding on the various cosmic energies somewhere in the lukewarm waters of Jupiter's moon Europa.
This is what Lovecraft saw when he "remote viewed" the cosmos for the first time.
We are approaching the threshold of knowledge that this elder-god type creature is willing to give us.
After that it will consider us hostile and it will do something.
The thought of a giant, underwater creature feeding on cosmic energies scares the living shit out of me, so I tried...
Anarchy... haha.. I'm sorry, I wasn't clear... Chaos without limits. The fear a stable mind would experience, in ultimate chaos. The sort of chaos that would reign if all ties of logic, reason, substance, law, and time were cut; Leaving all consciousnesses to whither but never die. The sort of shit you think about when someone stares, blankly into the distance and say they have seen the face of god, in thunder and flame all things burn away revealing chaos, crawling like insects under the charred skin unleashed into the universe to tear apart anything we have ever known.
So all laws,logic,substance,reason tears apart but our emotions (fear) stay the same? I think it's a weird question and obviously no one can answer, only discuss it. But maybe you should look at the emotions that have lost everything, men that have lost their family, women that miscarried, parents that burried their children i think those things would come very close there's a limit how much we can take in, life is not an anime where you can draw what you might think is a complete breakdown of the human psyche
grief is different than fear
fear wrought by a secure consciousness of sound logic and emotion but experiencing a theoretically disjointed illogical chaotic ethereal and untimely existence. The closest facsimile to which would be fear experienced by those of sound reason and mind but disjointed reality. The mind is a wholly complex machine, and when it breaks down no two experiences are the same. So I don't know what you think you're talking about with your "life is not an anime" statement.