Angela
My freedom, my joy, my life, and anything that catches my eye or soothes my soul.
Kagethemage is my Summer Solstice faerie princess. I feature her art and jewelry designs here.
brothersofresistancemc:

in the novel “Grapes of Wrath” i was always bothered by the scene where the tracter comes to knock down the house. the Farmer is going to shoot the driver but the driver sais, it’s not me, it wont help if u shoot me, it’s not me it’s the banks. so the Farmer sais he’ll go shoot everyone at the bank and the Driver sais, it wont help, it’s not them - it’s the corporations. they are too big to kill, you can kill 1000 people who work for them, cut off all of it’s hydra heads but it just keeps going along - bulldozing houses. 

okay, maybe i mucked up steinbeck’s tale a bit, but i think u get the idea. #7 #BORMC #AlwaysResist #ThePeopleAreNotTheEnemy #JohnSteinbeck #GrapesofWrath #God #Corporations #Government #ThoseAreSomePissedOffGrapes

brothersofresistancemc:

in the novel “Grapes of Wrath” i was always bothered by the scene where the tracter comes to knock down the house. the Farmer is going to shoot the driver but the driver sais, it’s not me, it wont help if u shoot me, it’s not me it’s the banks. so the Farmer sais he’ll go shoot everyone at the bank and the Driver sais, it wont help, it’s not them - it’s the corporations. they are too big to kill, you can kill 1000 people who work for them, cut off all of it’s hydra heads but it just keeps going along - bulldozing houses.

okay, maybe i mucked up steinbeck’s tale a bit, but i think u get the idea. #7 #BORMC #AlwaysResist #ThePeopleAreNotTheEnemy #JohnSteinbeck #GrapesofWrath #God #Corporations #Government #ThoseAreSomePissedOffGrapes

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Always help someone. You might be the only one that does.Unknown  (via canibis)

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Being cool requires a very delicate balance of doing something that shows that you go your own way, but you do it in a way that is socially acceptable.

Eric Jaffe, "The Science of Cool"

I feel like there is mainstream cool and then there is weird cool, which takes much more effort to understand and appreciate. Mainstream cool seems almost effortless. Weird cool feels confrontational. People will often react with, “What are you trying to prove?” when in fact one’s actions are instead born out of a desire to just feel comfortable in one’s skin, regardless of how that manifests.

Six years ago, people thought I was strange for wearing sequins so frequently. Was I trying to be fancy? Was I trying to make them feel underdressed? In my head though, sequins and sparkles were a manner of masking my growing depression. If I could wear something lovely, perhaps I could feel lovely too.

But soon, the depression morphed into contentment and acceptance and the clothing morphed into an identity, one that felt right for who I was and am. And other people saw it in that way too. A friend once said, “I didn’t understand it when I first met you, but now I can’t think of you in any other way.”

Does it make me cool? Probably not. But it makes me me and knowing and loving yourself is the ultimate form of cool. 

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Pictured here is the legendary Irish witch, Báirbre Muireann. Muireann, aside from some of the greatest, is known as one of the most talented witches in divination since Mopsus. Muireann was often known as the next Morgan le Fay, though some saw this as over exaggerating her powers. For centuries, Muireann was sought out by countless witches and wizards, and according to some rumors, even the Ministry and high ranking officials. Muireann, by the time she reached seventy three, disappeared completely. Some say she died, whereas others claim she merely went into hiding. Living the life of a famous seer would have been a hard life, indeed. According to the claims of known expert of the Inner Eye, Ms. Valerie Dogbie, “[the] Inner Eye is a great gift, and only few possess it. It must not be used as a toy, and can be quite dangerous.” Dogbie also claims that the Inner Eye, if overused, can drive any person mad, and even beckon death. Dogbie’s gave her own thoughts on the great Irish witch: “Of course I know Muireann, I always enjoyed stories of her and her flare for the theatrics! My great grandmother knew her, I guess, and apparently she went into hiding on the mysterious island of Avalon.” Of course, we here at Wizard History will not confirm that Muireann did go to Avalon, and we do not fully accept that such a place exists, for none have found it ever.

Mr. E. Boggis, 27th of June, 2014

Pictured here is the legendary Irish witch, Báirbre Muireann. Muireann, aside from some of the greatest, is known as one of the most talented witches in divination since Mopsus. Muireann was often known as the next Morgan le Fay, though some saw this as over exaggerating her powers. For centuries, Muireann was sought out by countless witches and wizards, and according to some rumors, even the Ministry and high ranking officials. Muireann, by the time she reached seventy three, disappeared completely. Some say she died, whereas others claim she merely went into hiding. Living the life of a famous seer would have been a hard life, indeed. According to the claims of known expert of the Inner Eye, Ms. Valerie Dogbie, “[the] Inner Eye is a great gift, and only few possess it. It must not be used as a toy, and can be quite dangerous.” Dogbie also claims that the Inner Eye, if overused, can drive any person mad, and even beckon death. Dogbie’s gave her own thoughts on the great Irish witch: “Of course I know Muireann, I always enjoyed stories of her and her flare for the theatrics! My great grandmother knew her, I guess, and apparently she went into hiding on the mysterious island of Avalon.” Of course, we here at Wizard History will not confirm that Muireann did go to Avalon, and we do not fully accept that such a place exists, for none have found it ever.

Mr. E. Boggis, 27th of June, 2014

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