Queen of Swords A dark woman, attractive,helpful,strong. Can be tempermental. Six of Spades Perseverence brings improvement. Betterment through continued effort. myth of the day detritus
by James Hunter ——————————————————————————– Odysseus (called Ulysses in Latin) was the son of Laertes and was the ruler of the island kingdom of Ithaca. He was one of the most prominent Greek leaders in the Trojan War, and was the hero of Homer’s Odyssey. He was known for his cleverness and cunning, and for his… Continue reading Myth of the Day:Odysseus
Try typing the name of any well known Greek mythological figure into Google, and odds are it’ll turn out to be the name of a web application. Just as a general rule of thumb.
Or is that too much information? I’m sitting here with my head marinating in organic products which are intended to turn it a subtle shade of red. I feel like a beef tenderloin.
Kurt Cobain, Journals…Just, as it claims, the photocopied, handwritten notebooks of Kurt Cobain, sometimes funny, sometimes insightful, sometimes insane. Contains playlists for mix tapes and his mom’s stroganoff recipe alongside original lyrics, letters to friends and philosophic expounditure. There is an angry,tragic irony to the journal entries about how wrong everyone was for painting him… Continue reading Kurt
My moonlight was weightless it bore me aloft knew my sadness before it had a name left me sleepless and awaiting answers from one who slept days away in paralell madness Lunacy is the goddess’ kiss her mark upon your brow alien and strange She brings you words you must be rid of and dreams… Continue reading Moonpoem #2
Eve of the poisoned apple has crimson lips to be bitten and crisp white flesh that tastes of Death and the sweetness of her ruin If you were to cut her in two at the center her heart would be a pentagram a magic older than time or sin and be you Adam or serpent… Continue reading Eve
“There is an old tale goes that Herne the Hunter, Sometime a keeper here in Windsor Forest, Doth all the winter-time, at still midnight, Walk round about an oak, with great ragg’d horns; And there he blasts the tree, and takes the cattle, And makes milch-kine yield blood, and shakes a chain In a most… Continue reading Myth of the Day:The Legend of Herne
Princess of Cups Creative, fertile energy that has the power to take on substance or form. Unceasing power to generate images and ideas. Energy like that of a waterfall. A young woman who is sweet, gentle, kind, poetic, imaginative, artistic, and dreamy. Imaginative and dreamy, at times indolent, yet courageous if roused. (If ill-dignified: she… Continue reading Golden Dawn Tarot Cards Of The Day