>>17241830 If you're uni, you'll need: >knowledge of topics. You don't need to be an expert, but it'd be nice of someone could lead discussion >faculty advisor >Pres, VP, sec., treas. >a stable place to meet
Other than that, it's all up to you. Some good basic resources would be like sacred-texts.com or, um, esotericarchives or twilightgrotto or whatever Peterson's domain is these days.
Not the "1001 Healing Spells" variety either. A good place to start is paranormal occurrences in the world's most popular book, The Holy Bible.
A more contemporary, but very well researched, book on the occult is Colin Wilson's "Beyond The Occult".
Also >Montague Summers >Augustin Calmet >Pauwels & Bergier
Seriously though, most modern youngsters have lost all respect for the written form, as expressed by your treatment of the word "research".
I have a feeling you guys will watch Donnie Darko & discuss the spookier aspects of some obscure anime - """RESEARCHING""" it on your fucking phones.
>>17241845 Wow. You're fucking angry, aren't ya? Telling kids to commit suicide for simple on-topic inquiries. Man, you really need professional help. I'm not even trolling. Seek help. Get more sun & eat more veggies & drink more water. It is definitely okay for people with interests that diverge from your own to exist.
Thanks for citing your "infographic" btw. Source??
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