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Apr 1

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Jul 6

tia-todd:

uxiebunny:

IS A CHARACTER EVER SO ADORABLE THAT YOU FEEL LIKE THROWING A COMPLETE FIT AND FLIPPING TABLES AND THROWING THINGS AND SCREAMING BECAUSE YOU CAN’T HANDLE ALL THE CUTE

nope

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never

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not once

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in my life

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has that happened

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Yeah, that just…

Doesn’t happen…

Not to me…

Not ever…

I have

no idea

what you are

talking about.

(Source: clemb0t)

broomsticksandspellcraft:

teratomarty:

diarrheaworldstarhiphop:

The Wendigo is a spirit of famine from the folklore of the Algonquian peoples of the Great Lakes and much of Canada east of the Rockies. It is common in Midwestern horror stories and folktales. It is thought of as a malevolent cannibalistic spirit that could possess humans or a monster that humans could physically transform into. Those who indulged in cannibalism were at particular risk,and the legend appears to have reinforced this practice as a taboo.It is said that in times of famine, any human that is driven to eat the flesh of another person in their hunger may become a Wendigo. The Wendigo has an insatiable appetite. Whenever it eats a person it grows in proportion to the size of its meal, causing its hunger to grow more and more intense.

Please note that Wendigo are among the unpleasant category of monsters that are summoned by the mention of their name.  The middle of Summer is about the only safe time to talk about them out loud.  They can also use your name against you- if it’s the middle of Winter, and you hear your name in the howling wind, DON’T GO OUTSIDE.  Get a friend to tie you to a bed or lock you in a closet if need be.

HOLY SHIT HOW ABOUT NO

broomsticksandspellcraft:

teratomarty:

diarrheaworldstarhiphop:

The Wendigo is a spirit of famine from the folklore of the Algonquian peoples of the Great Lakes and much of Canada east of the Rockies. It is common in Midwestern horror stories and folktales. It is thought of as a malevolent cannibalistic spirit that could possess humans or a monster that humans could physically transform into. Those who indulged in cannibalism were at particular risk,and the legend appears to have reinforced this practice as a taboo.

It is said that in times of famine, any human that is driven to eat the flesh of another person in their hunger may become a Wendigo.
The Wendigo has an insatiable appetite. Whenever it eats a person it grows in proportion to the size of its meal, causing its hunger to grow more and more intense.

Please note that Wendigo are among the unpleasant category of monsters that are summoned by the mention of their name.  The middle of Summer is about the only safe time to talk about them out loud.  They can also use your name against you- if it’s the middle of Winter, and you hear your name in the howling wind, DON’T GO OUTSIDE.  Get a friend to tie you to a bed or lock you in a closet if need be.

HOLY SHIT HOW ABOUT NO

dodgerthirteen:

This is taken from the syllabus of my Fantasy and Science Fiction: The Human Mind, Our Modern World class that I’m taking over at Coursera:

“I like to read slowly, underline, write in the margins, and make up an index to a work when I’ve finished reading it.”

Some of you may be thinking “That sounds like a lot of work! I mean, an index?!”

Me, I’m sitting here stunned and wondering why the fuck I didn’t think of that during my five years of university English courses.

Mylifewouldhavebeensomucheasier.

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That’s what I do.  All my academic and witchcraft books are bristling with post-it notes (which serve as an index for me) and filled with my sarcastic margin notes and bright-colored highlighter.  I seldom have to do more than flip through them to find anything, but there are always a couple blank pages at the end and I COULD be using those to make a quick-reference index.  May do that in the future.

shelby-melissa:

hellboundwitch:

dodgerthirteen:

hellboundwitch:

dodgerthirteen:

dewognatos:

hellboundwitch:

thiscrookedcrown:

hellboundwitch:

hellboundwitch:

I used to own the Faeries’ Oracle, but honestly I never used it that much.  So I didn’t rush out for the Heart of Faerie Oracle, but here are the nine cards that make me wish I did.

Seriously this is $10 on Amazon right now.

STOP IT. I want and cannot have right now because I am ridiculously broke.

*wants ALL THE TAROT DECKS!*

BWAHAHAHA

I HAVE FINALLY BECOME THE BAD INFLUENCE I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN ACCUSED OF BEING

:DDDDDDDDDD

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I HAVE NEVER ORDERED SOMETHING SO QUICKLY IN MY LIFE.

I’ve seen this a lot and I’m hesitant about buying it. I dunno why.

I have been super hesitant about it because like…I am terrified of the fae, haha. Plus I had the original Faeries’ Oracle and it just never really worked for me, so I didn’t really have high hopes for this one.

But the deck has been stalking me, I swear. And all of the reasons why OTHER people don’t like it make it sound like it would actually be the perfect deck for me XD; And then it was only TEN DOLLARS so I was like, “Jasie shut up and get the damned deck.”

If I end up not liking it, at least it’s pretty, right? XD

Haha, I saw it was only $10 just now and THAT ALMOST HAD ME. I almost clicked buy, honest. But then I was like “But…not yet. Maybe sometime in the future.”

Grawr, I dunno. I really like “The Lady of Faith” at the bottom right there, though….

It’s the Queen of Passage that really gets me. She reminds me of the Faery Godmother from the first deck, one of the cards I really liked:

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I’m half wondering if we’re going to buy all the bargain priced decks though XD This isn’t the first time it’s been $10, but the last time I remember was years ago — but then, I haven’t been checking on a regular basis.

The more I look at the Heart of Faerie Oracle, the more I like it though. And the titles are great too. One of them is called “The Heartless Love”. And, like…this one here completely won me over:

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Here is the reason to buy it:

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Jareth.

I bought one.  -_-;;  Guess now I have to learn Tarot.  Ah well… my boo and I were going to learn together anyway.  He’ll probably like this set.

ceryneian-hind:

ruthlesswytch:

sonneillonv:

khalheyokha:

I think I may go back into blessing and cleansing houses just because I’ve seen New Age-y people doing it a lot recently and making things worse. 

If you feel like talking about it, I’m really curious about what you’ve seen and how it makes things worse.

How the fuck do you fuck that up?

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Seriously, don’t most of them just wave some burning sage around and call it smudging?  Or is there some “We ask the angels of good vibrations to descend into this house” shit going on?

morrissarty:

theumbrellaseller:

bofurthebrodwarf:

onamelancholyhill:

Two households, both alike in dignity,
in Middle Earth, where we lay our scene
From ancient grudge break to new mutiny,
Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
From forth the fatal realms of these two foes
A pair of star-cross’d brothers make their life
Whose misadventure Sauron overthrows,
And with his death, end their people’s strife.
Their fearful passage, that shall death mark’d prove
And the continuance of their parents’ rage
Which but The One Ring’s end, naught could remove,
Is now, like, twelve hours’ traffic of our stage;
The which of you with patient ears attend,
What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend.

did you just rewrite shakespeare for lord of the rings and make it work better than the original

(Source: lecterings)

lolbatty:

foervraengd:

faithunder:

for Mirre uvu <3

she asked me for a gif and of course I went and made a gifset :’D

you can read her awesome comic here part 1 and part 2

I’m prob gonna lose a bunch of followers for reblogging this but ADHASCHGddssdadgjdf AAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaa

omg faith you are just awesome that you managed to make my ol’ citymotor comic into a GIF. ;w; <33

  /crying

masterwork.

I have some motorcity fans on my dash I think?

Jan 8

boxlunches:

Still the most adorable thing.

BABIES!

(Source: maldoraan)