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bripixiemonster:

lurea:

So here’s the thing:  Crowley is clearly demonic.  He was a son of a witch in 18th century Scotland, sold his soul, died, went to hell…Became a demon and then became King of Hell.

But he also had a ‘thing’ with Naomi in Mesopotamia.   Sooooo…couldn’t he be a fallen angel like Anna?  I mean, how did she know what to do?  Someone had to do it first, right?

So, Crowley…  You were an angel.  Became disaffected.  Ripped out your Grace.  Fell.  Was reborn as a human.  Learned magic.  Sold your soul.  Died, went to Hell and became a demon.  

And at some point, recovered all your memories.  Cool. 

I’m just going to leave this here.

WELL THAT EXPLAINS WHY MARK SAID THAT MAYBE CROWLEY WASN’T REALLY A DEMON

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When others demand that we become the people they want us to be, they force us to destroy the person we really are. It’s a subtle kind of murder … the most loving parents and relatives commit this murder with smiles on their faces.

—Jim Morrison (via white-opals)

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To say a person is a happy person or an unhappy person is ridiculous. We are a thousand different kinds of people every hour.

—Anthony Doerr, Memory Wall. (via wordsnquotes)

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Love for the INTJ

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For INTJs, love means including someone in their vision of the world. INTJ men tend to be attracted to partners who enjoy living their lives with and outward vitality and zest. Perhaps it is to compensate for their internal, visionary focus that they often find partners who are more outgoing and…

Gandalf from ''Lord of the rings''

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MBTI TYPE: INTJ

Dominant function: Introverted intuition (Ni)

All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.

Gandalf is extremely aware of the things that are being displayed on the behind of scenes. He is highly intuitive, which allows him to perceive what most…

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'Les Diaboliques':
Nadja Bender in ELIE SAAB Haute Couture Spring Summer 2014 with Saskia de Brauw shot by Karl Lagerfeld and styled by Vanessa Metz for Numero No. 151

eliesaab:

'Les Diaboliques':

Nadja Bender in ELIE SAAB Haute Couture Spring Summer 2014 with Saskia de Brauw shot by Karl Lagerfeld and styled by Vanessa Metz for Numero No. 151

There seems to be an inborn drive in all human beings not to live in a steady emotional state, which would suggest that such a state is not tolerable to most people. Why else would someone succumb to the attractions of romantic love more than once? Didn’t they learn their lesson the first time or the tenth time or the twentieth time? And it’s the same old lesson: everything in this life—I repeat, everything—is more trouble than it’s worth. And simply being alive is the basic trouble. This is something that is more recognized in Eastern societies than in the West. There’s a minor tradition in Greek philosophy that instructs us to seek a state of equanimity rather than one of ecstasy, but it never really caught on for obvious reasons. Buddhism advises its practitioners not to seek highs or lows but to follow a middle path to personal salvation from the painful cravings of the average sensual life, which is why it was pretty much reviled by the masses and mutated into forms more suited to human drives and desires. It seems evident that very few people can simply sit still. Children spin in circles until they collapse with dizziness.

My only relief is to sleep. When I’m sleeping, I’m not sad, I’m not angry, I’m not lonely, I’m nothing.

Hunger Point, Jillian Medoff

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