reblog if you are also a shapeless entity of the void

importantbirds:


pose!

Going ready the JOURNEY destroy a RING!  Commealong hobbips!

Hecate, I call on you…

outofcontextdnd:

…who took my drugs? - our witch, using his magic dagger to find out who robbed him in his sleep 


REDDIT: I have a theory that you’re a clone of David Bowie created right around the Modern Love era so that he could continue being a musician as well as star in more movies.TILDA: The laboratory gave me strict instructions to issue no comment (x)

radsturbate:

marry someone who has a different favorite cereal than u so they wont eat all of urs

chocolateshoes:

I propose the Oblivion diet.

Only eat foods found in the game Oblivion.

Bread, apples, corn, blackberries, venison, and human hearts.

poboh:

The Alcantara, Toledo, by Moonlight, 1894, Harold Speed. English (1872 - 1957)

thefallingtower:

"Seeking partner-in-crime for what may or may not involve actual crime. Who cares? what are you, a cop?"

salvadordali-art:

The Horseman of Death, 1935
Salvador Dali
“So. Magic. What’s it all about, then? I wonder what you were after when you go into the game. It’s usually something. Something specific that you think is worth taking risks for. Money. Sex. Revenge. Power. Enlightenment. Thinner thighs in thirty days. It’s a long time ago for most of you, I know. Maybe you don’t remember. Fuck, maybe you don’t even want to. But I’ll tell you something for free. At rock bottom, it’s always about the same thing. It’s always about entropy. The Universe is winding down. Things fall apart. The moving finger writes, and what it writes is “Tough shit.” You can’t get something for nothing. Like God said to Adam when he kicked him out of the garden, “Now you’ve got to work for a living.” If there ever was a free lunch, it ended right there. So we push and we pull and we sweat. Putting in a shit-load of energy to get a little back. Third Law of Thermodynamics, right? The one we all love to hate. Cheers. But with magic, it’s different. Or it could be. Case in point — this fine old plonk. How did it get here? Grapes had to ripen. Peasants had to toil. Some plucky kid in Marks and Sparks had to zip a long the aisles with his pricing gun. Lots of effort. Lots of energy. And once it’s gone, it’s gone. When things fall apart — they do not put themselves back together again. But if you ask a demon to bring you some wine — or jiffy some up with a spell — well, you’re cheating the taxman, aren’t you? It comes for free. No grapes. No peasants. No entropy. So here we all are, then. Chasing the earthly paradise. Trying to sneak back into Eden through the back door, because work is for mug punters. You stupid arrogant little shits. We’re not playing fire, — here we’re playing with napalm. There’s a war on and we’re whoring with the enemy for pennies. Innocent people die when we fuck up. And we fuck up all the time. Oh, don’t get me wrong. Eden’s a nice place. I was there a few months back. Left a piece of myself buried in the ground there, for reasons I won’t go into. So I can tell you, God hates our kind most especially. The cheats. The hellblazers. The collaborators. Look — this is what Heaven has to say to the likes of us.”

John Constantine, Hellblazer (via elucipher)

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meanwhilebackinthedungeon:

— Rod Mendez
The Warrior