Thestral Den

Black and White Blog with a mix of fandom and other magic

shubbabang:

funny story my 5th grade elementary school teacher was the one who figured out i had crazy bad adhd

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i hope she’s doing well

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— 12 hours ago with 42086 notes

Tell me, Mellon, when did we let evil become stronger than us?

(Source: pelennors, via ardentlyeager)

— 1 day ago with 621 notes
circustronic:

on blasphemy - a mix for late night, vaguely intoxicated, perhaps slightly exciting crises of faith; alternatively, a mix for a boy who finds little comfort in the gods above; alternatively, a mix to get me writing (it’s worked)
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1. purity ring - obedear | 2. neon jungle - take me to church (hozier cover) | 3. the hoosiers - a sadness runs through him | 4. karen elson - the truth is in the dirt | 5. the indelicates - roses | 6. angel haze - battle cry (feat. sia) | 7. foe - merry go down | 8. panic! at the disco - build god, then we’ll talk | 9. mother mother - oleander | 10. mélissa laveaux - postman | 11. florence + the machine - bedroom hymns | 12. iamx - bring me back a dog | 13. parov stelar - shine (feat. lilja bloom)

circustronic:

on blasphemy - a mix for late night, vaguely intoxicated, perhaps slightly exciting crises of faith; alternatively, a mix for a boy who finds little comfort in the gods above; alternatively, a mix to get me writing (it’s worked)

{listen} {photo source here}

1. purity ring - obedear | 2. neon jungle - take me to church (hozier cover) | 3. the hoosiers - a sadness runs through him | 4. karen elson - the truth is in the dirt | 5. the indelicates - roses | 6. angel haze - battle cry (feat. sia) | 7. foe - merry go down | 8. panic! at the disco - build god, then we’ll talk | 9. mother mother - oleander | 10. mélissa laveaux - postman | 11. florence + the machine - bedroom hymns | 12. iamx - bring me back a dog | 13. parov stelar - shine (feat. lilja bloom)

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— 2 days ago with 166 notes

tanaquil:

OPHELIA: THE PASSIVE DEATH
Derived from Greek όφελος (ophelos) meaning “help” … Through Ophelia we witness Hamlet’s evolution, or de-evolution into a man convinced that all women are whores; that the women who seem most pure are inside black with corruption and sexual desire … (x)
(BLOG AWARD WINNER’S EDIT: the magnificent ophelies)

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— 2 days ago with 470 notes