Girl Maces Dude For Being Rude (by RuthlessTelevison)
"Signed, sealed, delivered! "
There’s probably a conversation to be had here about white men and their belief that their needs and wants are more important than everyone else’s (in this particular case Black women) and white men not taking the anger of Black women seriously.
Thank god this is backt
"Signed, sealed, delivered" is the best part of this video…
this is the best thing that has ever happened to a white man
Anonymous said: So a cop, a racist, and a murderer walk into a bar. And that's just the first guy.
I get this joke.
No one’s beaten me at Pokemon today u_____u
Hold the object you wish to infuse with your intent and energy, say the following:
Now I focus my intent,
Hear me as my goal is set.
I channel my energy into this [object],
Making my true purpose known.
Let this tool now work with me,
As I will it, so shall it be.
Next, state the purpose of the spell/working/etc (ex: “this stone will be used for my emotional protection”), then say:
With this chant let all be told,
Let this dedication hold.
— found in The Book of Crystal Spells by Ember Grant
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The Hermetic Museum
This is the main index for Arthur Edward Waite’s Hermetic Museum. This is one of the largest collections of Alchemical tracts, first published in Latin in 1678. Waite translated it into English and issued it in two volumes in 1893. It appears in its entirety here on the Internet for the first time. Full bibliographic information can be found via either one of the volume index pages, (here, and here).VOLUME I
- Title Page
- Preface to the English Edition
- Preface to Latin Original
- Contents of Volume I
- The Golden Tract Concerning the Stone of the Philosophers
- The Golden Age Restored
- The Sophic Hydrolith
- A Demonstration of Nature
- A Short Tract or Philosophical Summary
- The Only True Way
- The Glory of the World; or, Table of Paradise
- A Tract of Great Price
- The Book of Alze
- The Book of Lambspring
- The Golden Tripod
The Three Treatises of Philalethes
- Title Page
- Table of Contents
- Believe-Me, or The Ordinal of Alchemy
- The Testament of Cremer
- The New Chemical Light
- New Chemical Light
- An Open Entrance to the Closed Palace of the King
- A Subtle Allegory Concerning the Secrets of Alchemy
- Title and Contents
- I. The Metamorphosis of Metals
- II. A Brief Guide to the Celestial Ruby
- III. The Fount of Chemical Truth