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masteradept:

cumaeansibyl:

masteradept:

blackfolksmakingcomics:

Never forget who came first. 

Never forget who started the trend.

"but nobody wants black superheroes"

uh-huh so they made two sequels for funsies

And a tv show.

Always some motherucker trying to skate uphill…

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giania:

Hopefully I didn’t share that picture of (maybe not even really) Ishtar with the text saying Easter comes from her. If I did, I’m sorry. I know my history better than that. This author breaks down the lousy Easter meme for what it is, badly done hooey.

It’s not named after Eostre either; and that deity has no evidence of links to eggs or bunnies - as she’s literally mentioned once as an aside in Bede. 

More here; 

http://cavalorn.livejournal.com/502368.html

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"Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery."

Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)

Lol

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This explains sooo much of my creative writing curriculum in college.

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Tee hee

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…aka Literary Fiction.

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ginandjack:

I am an idol worshipper. I believe the the animistic concepts of “non-living” or non-human objects to be capable of possessing souls, power, and sentience. I believe in gods and spirits, and their ability to interact with and occupy objects in the same way we might wear our clothes or occupy a home. The subconcious is a very tertiary concern when it comes to my worship and relationships with non-human entities.

ginandjack:

I am an idol worshipper. I believe the the animistic concepts of “non-living” or non-human objects to be capable of possessing souls, power, and sentience. I believe in gods and spirits, and their ability to interact with and occupy objects in the same way we might wear our clothes or occupy a home. The subconcious is a very tertiary concern when it comes to my worship and relationships with non-human entities.

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zerosociety:

teratocybernetics:

shoutlumosmaximawitchy:

frozendarkember:

I can’t decide if its a bad thing that this made me giggle or not.

I really want these though.
for reasons

BAHAHAHA NOT OKAY

creature57 -  Oh memories.  

zerosociety:

teratocybernetics:

shoutlumosmaximawitchy:

frozendarkember:

I can’t decide if its a bad thing that this made me giggle or not.

I really want these though.

for reasons

BAHAHAHA NOT OKAY

creature57 -  Oh memories.  

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coldalbion:

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

catvincent:

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

Dear synchronicity - I get it!

“Hither to me, King, [I call you] God of Gods, mighty, boundless, undefiled, indescribable, firmly established Aion. Be inseparable from me from this day forth through all the time of my life!”- PGM I. 42 - 195.

…And now I have to go through the PGM and collate all the mentions of Aion. Cheers Faustilocks (!)

I was considering doing the same… A word to the wise: some mentions of Aion are ‘praises’ - flattery. I can think of one spell/ritual where the Agathos Daimon is praised as Aion, which is almost definitely flattery. (Unless my theory is correct that after certain Daimons were ‘exported’ to the sky the Agathos Daimon was imagined to exist in the same sphere as Aion, the Headless God, and Ogdoas.)

Previously on Da Vinci’s Demons…


And of course, one of the most surprisingly Gnostic films ever - Guy Ritchie’s Revolver:

“Wherever you don’t want to go, is where you will find him.”
Seriously, everyone should watch this film. Greatest piece of mindfuckery disguised as a gangster movie ever. If victoria-vacuus hasn’t seen this with you theheadlesshashasheen, you guys are missing out…

I think I shall watch this tonight. LOL.

Good. I swear I’ve ranted about it to you about it before

Revolver is so severely over-looked as a Gnostic powerhouse film.

coldalbion:

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

catvincent:

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

Dear synchronicity - I get it!

Hither to me, King, [I call you] God of Gods, mighty, boundless, undefiled, indescribable, firmly established Aion. Be inseparable from me from this day forth through all the time of my life!
- PGM I. 42 - 195.

…And now I have to go through the PGM and collate all the mentions of Aion. Cheers Faustilocks (!)

I was considering doing the same… A word to the wise: some mentions of Aion are ‘praises’ - flattery. I can think of one spell/ritual where the Agathos Daimon is praised as Aion, which is almost definitely flattery. (Unless my theory is correct that after certain Daimons were ‘exported’ to the sky the Agathos Daimon was imagined to exist in the same sphere as Aion, the Headless God, and Ogdoas.)

Previously on Da Vinci’s Demons

And of course, one of the most surprisingly Gnostic films ever - Guy Ritchie’s Revolver:

Wherever you don’t want to go, is where you will find him.

Seriously, everyone should watch this film. Greatest piece of mindfuckery disguised as a gangster movie ever. If victoria-vacuus hasn’t seen this with you theheadlesshashasheen, you guys are missing out…

I think I shall watch this tonight. LOL.

Good. I swear I’ve ranted about it to you about it before

Revolver is so severely over-looked as a Gnostic powerhouse film.

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theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

Dear synchronicity - I get it!

“Hither to me, King, [I call you] God of Gods, mighty, boundless, undefiled, indescribable, firmly established Aion. Be inseparable from me from this day forth through all the time of my life!”- PGM I. 42 - 195.

…And now I have to go through the PGM and collate all the mentions of Aion. Cheers Faustilocks (!)

I was considering doing the same… A word to the wise: some mentions of Aion are ‘praises’ - flattery. I can think of one spell/ritual where the Agathos Daimon is praised as Aion, which is almost definitely flattery. (Unless my theory is correct that after certain Daimons were ‘exported’ to the sky the Agathos Daimon was imagined to exist in the same sphere as Aion, the Headless God, and Ogdoas.)

Previously on Da Vinci’s Demons…

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

theheadlesshashasheen:

coldalbion:

Dear synchronicity - I get it!

Hither to me, King, [I call you] God of Gods, mighty, boundless, undefiled, indescribable, firmly established Aion. Be inseparable from me from this day forth through all the time of my life!
- PGM I. 42 - 195.

…And now I have to go through the PGM and collate all the mentions of Aion. Cheers Faustilocks (!)

I was considering doing the same… A word to the wise: some mentions of Aion are ‘praises’ - flattery. I can think of one spell/ritual where the Agathos Daimon is praised as Aion, which is almost definitely flattery. (Unless my theory is correct that after certain Daimons were ‘exported’ to the sky the Agathos Daimon was imagined to exist in the same sphere as Aion, the Headless God, and Ogdoas.)

Previously on Da Vinci’s Demons

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monohedron:

Sexual abuse in the quiverfull movement. Is anyone surprised?

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wsswatson:

fk4eva:

marinashutup:

in which the actor who plays one of television’s least likeable characters is actually super considerate and cool

How can he be such a despicable cunt, then…

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Don’t Forget

thenightvalepost:

Imagination is something unreal. It is something you feel, like ghosts.