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thecatantichristishere:

rabbitrecycle:

donaldkaneda:

owo:

punkmonksteven:

lalatula:

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*does the anime character with glasses thing*

Does that really work though?

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What…?

that’s so cool i wanna do it too!!!!!!

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ok here goes

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NO

Okay, there’s no way that works.

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Let me try this out.

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I’m kinda skeptical about this? Can it really make you anime.

imageGuss i’ll give it a shot

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ABORT ABORT

yeah right, like that really happens

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hmmm….

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maybe I should try-

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HOLY SHIT

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WHAT THE FU 

pierced-tattie-bogle
runewynd:

graycloak:

runewynd:

Seriously.
Since I know I’ll be asked at some point, these are the definitions I work with.
Hex: a bending of luck, for good or ill.  Often in its harmful form it is referred to as an “eyebite,” an “ill-wishing,” or “the evil eye.”  It can also be cast as a well-wishing.
Crossing: sometimes referred to as an “overlook,” it is a persistent spell of opposition which prevents a person from having good luck or achieving a goal.
Blasting: an evocation of power used to cause destruction to a person.
Blight: also sometimes conflated with “withering,” it is usually a spell cast upon someone’s health or on living things, which causes them to fade and die.
Sending: a common form of magic used to afflict someone, it occasionally involves sending spirits at them, or perhaps sending them dreams (nightmares, usually).  Symptoms often include those of hauntings or visitations.
Curse: a powerful enchantment that transforms some aspect of the subject’s inner self into a plague upon all who encounter it.  Cursed objects bring misfortune not only to themselves but to others- the same is true of cursed animals or people.  Like a blessing, a curse is progressive and durable, and the only way to break one is to change the subject so that the spell no longer can afflict them.
Hopefully that helps.

This is lovely, and I agree with these this 85.7% (for the math folk, I counted Hex, above, as two - once for Bad Luck and once for Good Luck, so it comes out to 6 out of 7 I agree with :P heh).
Once again, this comes as a hold over from my DnD days (*blush*) but in my mind, where a Hex is the bending of luck for ill, an Abjure is a bending of lick for good.
I’ve never quite understood that, from a linguistic perspective… since “Abjure" comes from the Latin to swear away, and is used in English as a renouncement… but that’s how I’ve come to associate the work in the context off Magick :\

OMG- it took this long for someone to actually comment on this!?
Interesting association- abjuration is binding and warding in my practice, and is entirely different.  *grins*

runewynd:

graycloak:

runewynd:

Seriously.

Since I know I’ll be asked at some point, these are the definitions I work with.

Hex: a bending of luck, for good or ill.  Often in its harmful form it is referred to as an “eyebite,” an “ill-wishing,” or “the evil eye.”  It can also be cast as a well-wishing.

Crossing: sometimes referred to as an “overlook,” it is a persistent spell of opposition which prevents a person from having good luck or achieving a goal.

Blasting: an evocation of power used to cause destruction to a person.

Blight: also sometimes conflated with “withering,” it is usually a spell cast upon someone’s health or on living things, which causes them to fade and die.

Sending: a common form of magic used to afflict someone, it occasionally involves sending spirits at them, or perhaps sending them dreams (nightmares, usually).  Symptoms often include those of hauntings or visitations.

Curse: a powerful enchantment that transforms some aspect of the subject’s inner self into a plague upon all who encounter it.  Cursed objects bring misfortune not only to themselves but to others- the same is true of cursed animals or people.  Like a blessing, a curse is progressive and durable, and the only way to break one is to change the subject so that the spell no longer can afflict them.

Hopefully that helps.

This is lovely, and I agree with these this 85.7% (for the math folk, I counted Hex, above, as two - once for Bad Luck and once for Good Luck, so it comes out to 6 out of 7 I agree with :P heh).

Once again, this comes as a hold over from my DnD days (*blush*) but in my mind, where a Hex is the bending of luck for ill, an Abjure is a bending of lick for good.

I’ve never quite understood that, from a linguistic perspective… since “Abjure" comes from the Latin to swear away, and is used in English as a renouncement… but that’s how I’ve come to associate the work in the context off Magick :\

OMG- it took this long for someone to actually comment on this!?

Interesting association- abjuration is binding and warding in my practice, and is entirely different.  *grins*

nightmaresuperstallion
The Devil doesn’t exist. Satanism is about worshiping yourself, because you are responsible for your own good and evil. Christianity’s war against the Devil has always been a fight against man’s most natural instincts - for sex, for violence, for self-gratification - and a denial of man’s membership in the animal kingdom. The idea of heaven is just Christianity’s way of creating Hell on Earth.
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