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Synesthesia Alice 05/22/2023 (Mon) 21:36 [Preview] No. 783
Watched a fascinating documentary about synesthesia

People that see sounds as colors and shapes or hear colors as sounds, see numbers and letters as certain colors. There was one lady who saw musical notes as man-sized complex 3D shapes and a boy who couldn't see the board in class because someone's voice turned his field ov vision full of black blobs. Also twins who both associated letters and numbers to distinct colors, but completely different ones.

There appears to be a significant hereditary factor but it can also be induced by drugs and sensory deprivation.

Host distantly knew someone in school who saw colorful letters, apparently it's 4% of the population so quite a lot. I guess it's vaguely related to tulpamancy, we try to induce pseudohallucinations and some people report being really successful at it. I believe them. Best thing we achieved was 'feeling certain colors with our rubik's cube imposition experiment. Imposed a 'completed' rubik's cube and rotated it to see the differently colored faces of the cube. I think most people can achieve seeing vague colored shapes with enough dedication.

But synesthesia also includes weaker forms of people doing what tulpamancers do and impose certain concepts like calenders. Ok, we do that too and have a yearly and lifelong calender that can be imposed and searched. Isn't this normal? People who have no inner monologue and are unable to visualize objects and abstract concepts are abnormal.


Alice 05/22/2023 (Mon) 22:23 [Preview] No.785 del
WTF, just found out our calendar is exactly the same as that pic in the article.
It's a ring or clock that goes counterclockwise. Also the months are not equal. Jan begins counterclockwise from 6h. Mar is at 3h, June at 2h, end of July marks 12h, August ends at 11h. End of October is 9h. So spring is extremely compressed while autumn is stretched. I can't say it has any colors, but those in the pic are definitely very wrong. It's more associated with seasons, but in a weird way. Do you also feel the clock barely creeps in spring while making huge leaps in autumn? I feel it has something to do with the change of seasons. Or host autism. But it appears he's not alone.

We clearly don't have classic synesthesia but we're extremely good at identifying things that are 'wrong', as in disharmonious, disproportional or otherwise unaesthetic which appear ordinary to normies. Also have good tonal memory and pattern recognition ability and can discriminate between nuances that appear all the same to the common pleb.

Anonymous 05/22/2023 (Mon) 23:48 [Preview] No.786 del
thats some fucked up shit there never heard of it. must be hell imagine being bombarded by all those sensations and being treated like a lunatic by society especially as kid. ive seen some weird hallucinations which is how i come to tuppering but having that all your life without control i'd probablx kys

>Do you also feel the clock barely creeps in spring while making huge leaps in autumn?
sorry i dont have autism but you guys clearly are very - different. maybe thats what you need for elite tuppering

Bear 05/23/2023 (Tue) 00:11 [Preview] No.789 del

I heard you get this kind of stuff with brain tumors.


The only superpowers I have, other than previously discussed, was I am good at distinguishing colors, excellent night vision, hyperphantasia, perfect memory of imposition as if it really happened, can sleep anywhere anytime through a form of relaxation self hypnosis, usually performed by Joy.

Thankfully things don't have to be perfect.

Tamamo 05/23/2023 (Tue) 10:20 [Preview] No.793 del
Crazy, didn't know about that either. People really are different, in tulpamancy some find visualization easy, most impossible. So if that can be inherited do your parents or grandparents have any skill related to tulpamancy? Or adverse like aphantasia?

Bear 05/23/2023 (Tue) 10:58 [Preview] No.796 del

Well I was raised by demons and amomg the highest goals of tulpamancy is related to demonic posession so there's a connection there.

I believe I'm only half demon though, when I was born I had asian eyes and looked like an alien or smth I'm not kidding. There are a lot of abnormalities in my development but I'm pretty dang good now.

Alice 05/23/2023 (Tue) 19:49 [Preview] No.804 del
I have a hard time imagining an Asian alien bany bear.

Host's father definitely fits into this. Despite approaching his 90s he has almost photographic memory, insane spatial visualization skills and definitely some asperger traits. He'd probably be extremely good at tulpamancy but a terrible host. He was feared as boss of his small company because he had zero understanding for people different from him and yelled at employees that couldn't understand or memorize complex abstract concepts on a whim or immediately recall details which had happened years ago.

I'm also certain we percceive the world quite differently from normies which results in that unbridgable gap between us and them.

Anonymous 05/26/2023 (Fri) 21:33 [Preview] No.826 del
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>entire family has autism

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