Creating Tulpas Is Bad

Some things shouldn't have to be written down. Adversely from that, it has been my experience that if it isn't written down often people will use the absence of a rule or notification being written down to justify their actions.

With that in mind; Creating tulpas is bad, and you should try to avoid doing it.

If wikipedia can be used as a source, then their definition of tulpa is as follows.

Tulpa is a concept in Theosophy, mysticism, and the paranormal of a being or object which is created through spiritual or mental powers. Modern practicioners use the term to refer to a type of willed imagined being which practitioners consider to be sentient and relatively independent.

However, this topic in general is very interesting to me. My first introduction to this term actually came from Clyde Lewis of Ground Zero. He often visits the topic of the phenomenon especially when it comes to discussing memes and characters that find their way into the zeitgeist.

The most popular modern example of this phenomenon came in the form of Slender Man, but one of the oldest was written about for MysteriousUniverse.Org by Nick Redfern.

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In the article he notes the birth, for a lack of a better term, of a tulpa in the early 20th century.

This lead to the evolution of the creature into something far different from the original design. A being far more malicious.

Myself and my co-host Matt spoke about this with Rachel Warren of Metaphysical Round Table.

There we discussed an entity called, "Zombie Boy" that was the subject of an episode of Travel Channel's: Kindred Spirits.

On that episode, the shows host revealed evidence that the entity was a construct, and were able to manipulate the activity based off of concepts and attributes that they gave to the entity.

See a clip below.

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