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    wiccateachings:

A handy guide on the best times to work your magic.

    wiccateachings:

    A handy guide on the best times to work your magic.

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    Magickal Uses for Almond

    herbalriot:

    Planetary Association: Mercury
    Gender: Masculine
    Elemental Association: Air
    Deities: Attis, Mercury, Thoth, Hermes

    Magickal Uses: Wisdom, money, fruitfulness, and prosperity. Invokes the healing energy of the deities. Provides magickal help for overcoming dependencies & addiction. Associated with Candlemas and Beltane. Carry, wear, or use as incense to attract abundance.

    Also Called: Greek Nuts, Shakad. Almonds break Fevers, increase Wisdom, and keep a Person from becoming Intoxicated when drinking Alcohol. If you climb to the Top of an Almond Tree, you can be sure of Success in all of your Business Dealings. If you carry Almonds in your Pockets, you will find buried Treasure. Almonds that are carried when the Moon is waxing will make Money increase. (Wood) Burn for money, riches and wisdom.

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    aerienette:

Untitled | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

    aerienette:

    Untitled | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

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    hedendom:

    This captivating series of original artwork by Anna Novikova is entitled ‘Goddesses of the North’ and features gorgeous representations of Skade, Frøya, Natt, Rån, Siv, Idunn and Hel.

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    michaelaross:

Allegations of Voodoo and human sacrifice in the Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case (Mobile Register 1870)
During the Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case of 1870, the rumor circulated that Voodoo practitioners had abducted Mollie Digby for use as a ceremonial human sacrifice.  The rumor tapped into white New Orleanians’ longstanding fear of Voodoo priests and priestesses. Before the Civil War, government officials worried that Voodoo leaders such as Marie Laveau and her daughter Marie the Second could incite slave revolts. Their presence destabilized the racial status quo that had bolstered slave society.
After Appomattox, Voodoo men and women took advantage of freedom that came with Reconstruction to practice their religion openly. Although Voodoo practitioners considered themselves to be Catholics, many frightened white residents saw the postwar Voodoo renaissance as yet another example of impending social chaos. White reactionaries, vowing to fight the “Africanization” of the city, used sensationalized accounts of Voodoo rituals to malign black culture and to portray black people as unfit to vote or govern. White editors demanded that Voodoo priests and priestesses “be closely observed by the police to prevent the intolerable excesses to which their ignorance and fanaticism lead.” For many of the city’s white residents, the Digby rumors confirmed those fears. During Reconstruction, one commentator warned, black people had “passed so much out of, and beyond the influence of white civilization” that “Voudouism” was flourishing. “It is horrible to think,” he added, “that the little child of Mr. Digby has been sacrificed to this savage superstition.”
As the hysteria grew, one editor after another demanded that what became known as “The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case” be solved.

    michaelaross:

    Allegations of Voodoo and human sacrifice in the Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case (Mobile Register 1870)

    During the Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case of 1870, the rumor circulated that Voodoo practitioners had abducted Mollie Digby for use as a ceremonial human sacrifice.  The rumor tapped into white New Orleanians’ longstanding fear of Voodoo priests and priestesses. Before the Civil War, government officials worried that Voodoo leaders such as Marie Laveau and her daughter Marie the Second could incite slave revolts. Their presence destabilized the racial status quo that had bolstered slave society.

    After Appomattox, Voodoo men and women took advantage of freedom that came with Reconstruction to practice their religion openly. Although Voodoo practitioners considered themselves to be Catholics, many frightened white residents saw the postwar Voodoo renaissance as yet another example of impending social chaos. White reactionaries, vowing to fight the “Africanization” of the city, used sensationalized accounts of Voodoo rituals to malign black culture and to portray black people as unfit to vote or govern. White editors demanded that Voodoo priests and priestesses “be closely observed by the police to prevent the intolerable excesses to which their ignorance and fanaticism lead.” For many of the city’s white residents, the Digby rumors confirmed those fears. During Reconstruction, one commentator warned, black people had “passed so much out of, and beyond the influence of white civilization” that “Voudouism” was flourishing. “It is horrible to think,” he added, “that the little child of Mr. Digby has been sacrificed to this savage superstition.”

    As the hysteria grew, one editor after another demanded that what became known as “The Great New Orleans Kidnapping Case” be solved.

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    heinouscr0w:

diddlemydiddlies:

aaronthespiritbear:

Golf ball hitting steel at 150mph, recorded at 70 000fps

physics is so fucked up

jesus fucking christ

    heinouscr0w:

    diddlemydiddlies:

    aaronthespiritbear:

    Golf ball hitting steel at 150mph, recorded at 70 000fps

    physics is so fucked up

    jesus fucking christ

    (Source: azzatron4000, via laurdadino)

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    eden-moon:

(by x)

    eden-moon:

    (by x)

    (via laurdadino)

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    ejactoolate:

prayforprada:

im loving this concept

what about queefs

    ejactoolate:

    prayforprada:

    im loving this concept

    what about queefs

    (Source: fuks, via ruinedchildhood)

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    huffingtonpost:

    This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

    Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

    See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

    (via steamydumplingz)

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    momunofu:

    instead of “bro” just say “onii-chan”

    you’re looking fucking jacked, onii-chan

    (via teamspoopydrew)

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