Because a thing seems difficult for you, do not think it impossible for anyone to accomplish.

Marcus Aurelius —

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riseofphoenix replied to your photo “I’m always posting things at like 4 AM in the hopes that no one will…”

I live in Western Australia, it was 5:05pm for me when this was posted xD

saltandteeth replied to your photo “I’m always posting things at like 4 AM in the hopes that no one will…”

And for some of us it is 5pm so we see them anyway, haha

hahaha I always feel like you guys don’t count. Like getting undressed in front of ghosts or something.

11 hours ago
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I’m nocturnal. :>

hahaha, there’s always at least one :’)

12 hours ago
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I’m always posting things at like 4 AM in the hopes that no one will see them…
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I’m always posting things at like 4 AM in the hopes that no one will see them…

12 hours ago
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Witch Party

Hearth Witch: *is the host who runs around with their broom, cleaning up people's messes while muttering little curses under their breath*
Kitchen Witch: *bursts from kitchen* I've made potions and cauldron cookiiiiiies~!
Water Witch: Where's the pool?
Sea Witch: I wanted to have a beach party...
Green Witch: *stays on the sidelines conversing with the houseplants*
Sex Witch: *to another* I think you and I could make some serious magick together after this party~ Or during, whatever you're into~
Techno Witch: I just upgraded your computer...oh and don't change the html, it'll bring you good luck. You're welcome.
Hedge Witch: Gather round and let me tell you about the time I was in the astral and...
Death Witch: *sees cat bring in dead bird* Oh man this party is great.

15 hours ago
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Because a thing seems difficult for you, do not think it impossible for anyone to accomplish.

Marcus Aurelius —

1 day ago
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constantine-spiritworker:

Y’all should follow me on Instagram. 💜
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constantine-spiritworker:

Y’all should follow me on Instagram. 💜

1 day ago
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duskenpath:

ohawkguy:

the notebook problem: you see a notebook. you want to buy the notebook. but you know you have like TEN OTHER NOTEBOOKS. most which are STILL EMPTY. you don’t need to notebook. you’re probably not gonna use the notebook anyway. what’s the point? DONT BUY THE NOTEBOOK. you buy the notebook.

demoonillu

Here are SOME of the empty and unused notebooks I have sitting around here. Like, the ones I happened to have near me in the living room. You don’t want to know what’s going on in my room.

1 day ago
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constantine-spiritworker:

constantine-spiritworker:

You say ‘fortune teller’ like it’s a bad thing.

I might just pull a HBW and reblog this every day for a while. haha.

I LEGITIMATELY WAS LIKE “I wonder if I should add this to the daily reblog queue.” haha
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constantine-spiritworker:

constantine-spiritworker:

You say ‘fortune teller’ like it’s a bad thing.

I might just pull a HBW and reblog this every day for a while. haha.

I LEGITIMATELY WAS LIKE “I wonder if I should add this to the daily reblog queue.” haha

1 day ago
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Reblog if you have absolutely no problem with the idea of tarot being used as either a game or as fortune-telling.

runewynd:

If you are comfortable with the title of “fortune teller,” or if you don’t think the tarot have to be a “srs business” thing all the time, or if you enjoy the traditional (or newly innovated) card games created for use with a deck of tarot cards, you’re not alone.

While there may be a lot of tarot readers who see it as a psychological tool, or as a way to archetypally mirror oneself and work on one’s issues, there are also a large number of readers who use the cards to predict the future, to analyze otherwise-inscrutable information, or to work magic.  And there are also a large number of readers who use the cards as a game, a form of whimsical entertainment by which one can perhaps dance their way into fun and wisdom simultaneously.

And there are variations between these all over the place.

If you are a part of a community that has agreed upon what the tarot “is” and “isn’t,” don’t be surprised if you encounter those who don’t agree with you.  None of us alive invented the tarot, and we don’t actually know accurately where the cards even came from (although there are some pretty good theories out there).

Therefore, the only executive authority we get to have over the tarot is how we choose to use it.

This message goes out to all of you who are just getting started, or who are unorthodox.  To those of you who don’t link the tarot with the Qabala, or who don’t like the elemental associations, or who have a different interpretation for the Three of Wands inverted.  For those of you who prefer to use your deck for solitaire, or who like to use the cards to summon spirits, or for those of you who use it to learn lotto numbers or memorize your grocery list.

All of us who use the tarot are its chosen inheritors.  And there are more facets to the Arcana than we will ever know in our lifetimes.  To those of you who use them for ANYTHING, this message is a sign of solidarity.  WELCOME!

1 day ago
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