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Shakespeare defined our concept of nothingness

"If it be nothing I shall not need spectacles"

What is 'Wyrd?' Wyrd is the most fundamental concept of all things magick and also the most difficult to describe. The Anglo-Saxon concept of 'Wyrd,' the equivalent of a fate or destiny which can be spiritually influenced, has been around since the 12th century. Even up to the 1800's the Webster's Dictionary still defined the term 'weird' as meaning 'skilled in witchcraft.' It also contains all of the shapes of the Runes.


B. B. King, Defining Bluesman for Generations, Dies at 89

An appealing fuck-ton of werewolf references. Werewolves are a tad simpler to define than aliens or natural deformities; virtually every werewolf is depicted as (obviously) a half human half wolf. In virtually every instance, the human grows larger, harrier, and far more muscular. Werewolves can stand on two legs AND run on all four, so be aware that the neck will be capable of adjusting for both. You know what furries are, right? Of course you do, you’re on tumblr. So a werewolf is like a…

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AP Human Geography: Boundaries and Borders Assignment

Students who are practicing the skills and concepts of the Advanced Placement Human Geography exam must not only be able to define concepts but also provide concrete examples of specific concepts. This knowledge can help a student be successful on both the multiple choice section and the free response portions.


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