clientsfromhell:

Anyone have a source for this one? It was submitted without context.

sara-meow:

hamster37:

i-am-here-to-swallow-fire:

artpopp:

i fucking cant

fucking pugs.

Ok this made my day lol

The first picture,hahahahaha
sara-meow:

hamster37:

i-am-here-to-swallow-fire:

artpopp:

i fucking cant

fucking pugs.

Ok this made my day lol

The first picture,hahahahaha

sara-meow:

hamster37:

i-am-here-to-swallow-fire:

artpopp:

i fucking cant

fucking pugs.

Ok this made my day lol

The first picture,hahahahaha

hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.


hedendom:



Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.
It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.Full manuscript here.

hedendom:

Galdrakver (‘Little Book Of Magic’)

The ‘Little Book Of Magic’ is a seventeenth-century Icelandic manuscript, written on animal skin and containing magical staves, sigils, prayers, charms and related texts.

It is known to have once been owned by Icelandic Bishop Hannes Finnson who was alive from 1739 until 1796 and known for having a vast library containing many volumes of magic related texts and manuscripts.

Full manuscript here.

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georginakincaid:

The word sword comes from the Old English sweord, cognate to swert, "to wound, to cut". 
The sword is symbolic of liberty and strength. In the Middle Ages, the sword was often used as a symbol of the word of God. The names given to many swords in mythology, literature, and history reflect the high prestige of the weapon and the wealth of the owner.
georginakincaid:

The word sword comes from the Old English sweord, cognate to swert, "to wound, to cut". 
The sword is symbolic of liberty and strength. In the Middle Ages, the sword was often used as a symbol of the word of God. The names given to many swords in mythology, literature, and history reflect the high prestige of the weapon and the wealth of the owner.
georginakincaid:

The word sword comes from the Old English sweord, cognate to swert, "to wound, to cut". 
The sword is symbolic of liberty and strength. In the Middle Ages, the sword was often used as a symbol of the word of God. The names given to many swords in mythology, literature, and history reflect the high prestige of the weapon and the wealth of the owner.

georginakincaid:

The word sword comes from the Old English sweord, cognate to swert"to wound, to cut"

The sword is symbolic of liberty and strength. In the Middle Ages, the sword was often used as a symbol of the word of God. The names given to many swords in mythologyliterature, and history reflect the high prestige of the weapon and the wealth of the owner.

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etsyifyourenasty:

Hair Arrows
etsyifyourenasty:

Hair Arrows

omnbvc:

Alright this app is called ‘pose tool’ and it’s for android. I dunno about apple!

But you can pose like… every part of the body, even the fingers. There’s male and female figures, and they have different body types too! Lighting and other stuff is changeable tooooo

It was like 3 or 4 dollars BUT ITS SO WORTH IT

Like Poser for PC. There’s also one for horses.

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lilopelekai:

elevenismysweetie asked: lilo or stitch?
lilopelekai:

elevenismysweetie asked: lilo or stitch?
lilopelekai:

elevenismysweetie asked: lilo or stitch?
lilopelekai:

elevenismysweetie asked: lilo or stitch?
lilopelekai:

elevenismysweetie asked: lilo or stitch?
lilopelekai:

elevenismysweetie asked: lilo or stitch?

lilopelekai:

elevenismysweetie asked: lilo or stitch?

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anatoly-vassy:

katsallday:

So I started thinking about Elsa’s hair and

ME gA N
anatoly-vassy:

katsallday:

So I started thinking about Elsa’s hair and

ME gA N
anatoly-vassy:

katsallday:

So I started thinking about Elsa’s hair and

ME gA N

anatoly-vassy:

katsallday:

So I started thinking about Elsa’s hair and

ME gA N

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