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At times I can be walking around or whatever and I feel like I'm transforming, I feel this incredible, intoxicating energy, and I feel like I'm becoming a demon, or specifically a kitsune because I've always related to them. I can practically feel the claws and fangs growing. I walk around and I imagine how with such a power, such claws, I could easily kill these puny stupid humans, and I imagine cutting/stabbing them with my razor sharp claws, biting them, essentially, going feral and attacking the heck out of everyone. It's so much fun that it's hard to keep from leering at everyone. I'm grateful for the sunglasses on my face so they can't see my eyes, so bright and murderous. 

I understand that I'm not actually a demon, and I wouldn't actually kill anyone, but I get so pissed at people that you know you just want to kill someone, so at that time it's like so releasing and intoxicating. 
If it happens at night I feel like the moon is making me transform and it's like lending me its power and I just want to run and act crazy because it's night, the night air is alive with energy and everything has transformed under the light of the moon and is alive and free

How about you?

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I thought before I was immortal and I was better than god, and I could take over the kingdom of heaven. I have vandalised walls writing 'I'm going to kill god' with red sprays. Walk across streets without looking left or right, give a lot of money to charity, and sometimes I thought I could hear people's thinking. I was nuts.

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I once thought I was the most powerful person on earth, and the center of the earth in which everyone communicated through my ears through music.  ie, I played music and people from all over the world could communicate with each other.  If I had music off they would have to project their voices through my ears to others, and it didn't work as well.  So I would sleep with music on, and stay up for days listening to music because if I slept something could go wrong in the world and I wouldn't be there for people to communicate.


I was the "transatlantic telecommunicator."  That phrase came to me ... I didn't make it up myself ... I think one of the voices told me, or I just *knew* it.

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I thought I was a good fairy who could make everyone's life better. Like an extremely eloquent self help book who specialised in matchmaking (with my Grandmother hovering around sharing good vibes). It was kinda fun.

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