- Feb 15, 2020
hi can you explain/clarify how you "kind of learned how to block your carotid arteries"? is it just a matter of pressure? or is there some positioning of the rope you had to get right?? also ive heard people using a cloth in between the rope and neck to not only help with comfort but also place extra pressure in a peticular area on neck.. thank you for theinfo in advanceRandom question here but I am desperately looking for some answers:
Would I be more successful hanging myself if I first went to partially suspend my carotid arteries and then when I feel like fainting away I kick the platform I was standing on aside and this way proceed to full suspension?
What I'm trying to explain is that I don't want to go for full suspension right away because there might be a chance that it will not block my carotid arteries right after I drop from a chair which might bring me to agonizing experience before I pass out. I attempted not so long ago and this is what I am trying to aim for - to pass out before all the unpleasant stuff happens. I was playing around with a noose around my neck for a while now so I kind of learned how to block my carotid arteries and pass out within seconds. I don't know how successful this is but I think it's a lot better than going straight to full suspension and then have unexpected not so joyful couple of seconds before passing out. But oh well everyone is different.
When my last attempt happened which was a couple of weeks back, I had a noose around my neck and sort of was doing what I just explained. But I kept them carotid arteries blocked for a little bit too long and I lost control over my body and almost completely slipped off a chair I was standing on. I was so close.. so close to dying that my brain started to create these weird visions and sounds. I could definitely feel how peaceful it would have been if I wasn't trying get back on that chair but instead I would have let it happen. It was so calm and inviting and I am still thinking about it everyday and I can't wait to have another attempt but this time I want it to be successful.
please realize that if you use guns you will leave an awful mess for whoever finds you, this is because the explosive gasses that leave the gun before the bullet ever does can blow off parts of your head.. very grusome, if you do use a firearm try to hold it so the barrel is not right up against your skin so it will allow the expanding gasses to dissipate and just the bullet will go in making a small hole... of course hunting rounds or expanding hollow points may deform upon entry making a large exit wound (like JFK assasination) and blow chunks out the back... however fired at point blank range the bullet will be going at maximum velocity so it may not have much time to expand and make this happen... just fyiThanks again. Yes even hanging can be tricky though it seems to be the most common method if one cannot access guns or drugs / chemicals. If you try again, (hang) what will be materials do you intend on using?
i thaught people do partial suspension to avoid pain, meaning that the windpipe is not crushed because there is not enough force, only the jugular and coratid arteries are pressed, cutting of bloodflow to pass out quick.. full suspension may be more reliable but chocking to death is more painful that simply passing out due to lack of bloodflow to thehead.. just the impressions i was under.. fyiI have seen all the videos I need to see, thank you. Enough, I think, to confirm that full suspension is the method of choice. Full suspension is undramatic. It nixes any concerns about pain, thrashing of body, etc. Convulsions are minimal and momentary. Unlike partial suspension, there is no turning back—-you are Dead, dead, deader.