Christians: Dear Lord
Pagans: Deer Lord
mollywalshillustration:

My childhood

mollywalshillustration:

My childhood

evelmiina:

lazy fox 

evelmiina:

lazy fox 

dy1anobrien:

i don’t know why everyone makes the grim reaper out to be a bad guy i mean he’s just taking to you to the afterlife it’s not like he killed you it’s actually quite nice of him to walk you there imagine if you had to go alone

someone-somewheree:

gen-tan:

xeduo:

welcome-foolishmortals:

This is going on my tumblr again.

every october

and some of the months in-between

I get it…

when the one ghost turns his head AWW HAHAHAHAH<3

To those who think godspouses are just special snowflakes and a "fad"

motherduckr:

disneybombshell:

rider-waite:

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I rest my case.

*preach*

NO…

soloontherocks:

Prometheus did not suffer an eternity of torture on the mountain for giving mankind cooked meat just for me to turn around and eat carrots and grass

j4ndr4:

The pomegranates are not only linked to Persephone but also to Aphrodite and Hera.

The pomegranate was sacred to Aphrodite who was said to have first planted it on the island of Kypros. The fruit symbolised female fertility and the marital loss of virginity with the consumation of marriage (from both its red stains and rich seeds).Source: Theoi Greek Mythology


In the ancient &amp; medieval worlds, pomegranates symbolized birth &amp; death, being itself capable of bleeding. It was frequently associated with maidens &amp; maiden-goddesses …. It had simultaneous positive &amp; negative associations, as cthonic divinities, &amp; in particular Earth mothers, were the sources of Life &amp; of Death, of Health &amp; of Illness, of Fertility &amp; Infertility.
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Pomegranate as Forbidden Desire was also a component of its meaning within Athena’s Parthenon, but the forbidden desire to eat of the fruit also underlays the Persephone myth &amp; numerous Pomegranate legends.………….In Jewish lore it was again the fruit of things forbidden, growing upon the Tree of Knowledge (of sexuality &amp; death) forbidden to Adam &amp; Eve*.
The Pomegranate of Ancient Myth

* It depends on the version. For some people, the forbidden fruit is an apple or a pomegranate.
Image: Pomegranate Salt &amp; Pepper Shakers
[Post-editing] This is another article about this topic: The Sacred Pomegranate: A Brief Symbolic Profile

j4ndr4:

The pomegranates are not only linked to Persephone but also to Aphrodite and Hera.

The pomegranate was sacred to Aphrodite who was said to have first planted it on the island of Kypros. The fruit symbolised female fertility and the marital loss of virginity with the consumation of marriage (from both its red stains and rich seeds).

Source: Theoi Greek Mythology

In the ancient & medieval worlds, pomegranates symbolized birth & death, being itself capable of bleeding. It was frequently associated with maidens & maiden-goddesses …. It had simultaneous positive & negative associations, as cthonic divinities, & in particular Earth mothers, were the sources of Life & of Death, of Health & of Illness, of Fertility & Infertility.

…………….


Pomegranate as Forbidden Desire was also a component of its meaning within Athena’s Parthenon, but the forbidden desire to eat of the fruit also underlays the Persephone myth & numerous Pomegranate legends.

………….

In Jewish lore it was again the fruit of things forbidden, growing upon the Tree of Knowledge (of sexuality & death) forbidden to Adam & Eve*.

The Pomegranate of Ancient Myth

* It depends on the version. For some people, the forbidden fruit is an apple or a pomegranate.

Image: Pomegranate Salt & Pepper Shakers

[Post-editing] This is another article about this topic: The Sacred Pomegranate: A Brief Symbolic Profile

Let's Try A Spell: When It Rains

inkstormcandlespit:

This one is a little messy, and is made in mind for the fellow pluviophile who loves a good rainstorm. Get ready to turn into a five-year old, you’re going puddle-jumping.

Indy’s When It Rains It Pours Spell For A Better Perspective

What You will Need:

  • A good…

faefire:

My old tarot chart got more popular than I expected it to; to be honest, it was haphazardly thrown together for a Wicca class. This is the updated version that will go in my Book of Shadows. These definitions are meant to be very nebulous and vague, so if something doesn’t make sense, I encourage you to research more.