September 19, 2014

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September 19, 2014
monkeyelbow:

My friend cosasquememolan is writing a fic, I read a little bit and it’s really funny. I’m sorry but is in spanish, I can say that I love Stiles reaction LOL Then I drew this :D

monkeyelbow:

My friend cosasquememolan is writing a fic, I read a little bit and it’s really funny. I’m sorry but is in spanish, I can say that I love Stiles reaction LOL Then I drew this :D

(via colethewolf)

September 19, 2014

colethewolf:

teenwolfgossip:

Thank you so much for going through all this trouble, I really appreciate it!

-E

This is what the world is like, and this is what Jeff Davis supports by refusing to have meaningful, prominent queer characters and couples in the show. This is the kind of mentality Jeff Davis allows his audience to have by refusing to let Stiles be canonically bisexual, and by refusing to allow queer pairings like Sterek to be canon.

Jeff Davis is gay, and these are the kinds of people that Jeff Davis would rather side with. These are the kinds of people that he would rather write for and satisfy, while everybody else sits here and begs for queer representation. 

Jeff should be fighting against shit like this, but instead, he allows it to continue with the way he writes his show. Jeff is only giving homophobes more foundation to stand on. 

MTV, Jeff Davis and the writers should be fucking ashamed of themselves. What they have done, what they have allowed, and what they have supported is unforgivable

September 19, 2014

archatlas:

Lost Soul Peter Foesters

September 19, 2014

alphaqueer:

Sterek shippers are weird.

Stannis Baratheon and Shrek aren’t even in the same fandom.

(Source: jamespmberry, via lielabell)

September 19, 2014

halefixation:

Sterek Week Day 5

Sort of Bones AU

"So this guy was murdered with a water cooler and tape?"

"The bones never lie."

"That’s awesome!" Derek raises his eyebrow. How he can look so judgy while holding a pile of pink goo all over his hands (bone somewhere in there) is beyond Stiles’ comprehension. "And by awesome I mean absolutely tragic."

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September 19, 2014

motherfuckingdragonsyo:

I made an old lady blush today at work because she ordered two senior coffees and I said “SENIOR ? I’m sorry miss, i’m going to have to ask to see some ID.” and she covered her mouth and went “Oh dear me” and couldn’t stop smiling

(via scerekqueen)

September 19, 2014

roane72:

Veni, vidi, vici

 (via febricant)

Oh my GOD, I never thought about the significance of “I need you to do it one more time”. Pierce you fucker I’m glad you’re dead.

(Source: sabacc, via bleep0bleep)

September 19, 2014
alwaysinsearchoflight:

Adam Kadmon: Primordial Man"Adam Kadmon" is an ancient qabballistic word for "universal man" which represents the "seven creational stages through which the Adam Kadmon Light body or prototype created the Adamic race."Kadmon comes from ‘Aveer Qadmon’, meaning ‘primitive air’ or Azoth. Thoth tells us that the Azoth was the substance in which Prima Matra or First Matter was formed. He also states that the Adam Kadmon was a two-fold manifestation:1) A divine pattern or schematic which is a ‘Light Body’ of macrocosmic proportions2) A formulation of that sacred patterning into a being that was supra-physical, and from which the ‘Adamic Race was spawned.From the Azoth or primitive air in which the supernal world was created, the Adam Kadmon took substance as the ‘Kosmic Man’.The symbol of Primordial Man, the first being to emerge with the creation of the cosmos is common to a number of religious and philosophical traditions. The Upanishads describe a primal man composed of the very elements which were to become the world. According to the Upanishads this “gigantic divine being” is both infinitely far and deposited near the innermost recesses of the human heart. Indeed, in the Hindu tradition, the Primordial Man is identified both with the entire Universe and the soul or essence of all things.Interestingly, a similar image is found in Plutarch who relates that the entirety of the heavens is arranged in the form of a macroanthropos, a colossal human being who is conceived as a model for the human world. For Plutarch, the sun is at the heart of this being and the moon, the sun¹s androgynous messenger, is located in between the heart and belly.The Primordial Man is also an important symbol in Gnosticism. The Gnostics inferred from the verse in Genesis “Let us make man in our own image” that the first earthly man was created on the model of a cosmic Adam on high. In the Nag Hammadi text, the Apocryphon of John, we learn that this anthropos is the first creation of “knowledge and Perfect Intellect” and the first luminary of the heavens. This Anthropos becomes the heavenly model through which the demiurge forges an earthly Adam. Other Gnostic sources relate how the “archons” (conceived of as female demigods corresponding to each of the seven planets) formed an earthly Adam to fulfill their sexual desire for the heavenly anthropos who was beyond their spiritual reach. Amongst the Mandeans (a Gnostic sect that today survives in Iraq) the primordial Adam is coextensive with the cosmos, his body is the body of the world, and his soul the soul of all souls. In an image which would later reappear in the Kabbalah, the Gnostics held that individual human beings are descended from the cosmic anthropos as a result of the fragmentation of the Primordial Man.In the Kabbalah, the Primordial Man is spoken of as Adam Kadmon, and, in the Lurianic Kabbalah this symbol becomes a pivotal notion linking God, Man, and the World. Adam Kadmon, as the first being to emerge from the infinite Godhead, Ein-sof, is essentially indistinguishable from the deity, yet at the same time his body is said to both emanate and constitute the world. Man, having been created in God¹s image, is said by the Kabbalists to be comprised of the very same cosmic elements, the sefirot, which comprise the “body” of Adam Kadmon. The symbol of Adam Kadmon expresses the idea that the cosmos itself has both a soul and body very much like that of man, and that the world too is garbed in the interest, value and Eros which is normally thought to be the exclusive province of humankind.In the Lurianic Kabbalah, Adam Kadmon is the first being to spontaneously emerge in the metaphysical void, which was formed in the center of the cosmos after the Tzimtzum. The Sefirot and worlds which they comprise are, according to Luria and his disciple, Vital, emanated from the various orifices in Adam Kadmon¹s head: from the ear, the nose, eyes, and mouth. The highest, most sublime of these emanations, forms the world of Atziluth, from the Hebrew “etzel”, meaning “near” (to the infinite God). However, even higher than Atziluth, according to the Lurianists, is the World of Adam Kadmon itself, often abbreviated as the World of A¹K, a world so high and sublime as to be virtually indistinguishable from Ein-sof. From within this realm, so close to the infinite God, Adam Kadmon directs the subsequent course of events in the lower worlds.Adam Kadmon, from his abode in the highest world, is instrumental not only in the emanation of the Sefirot, but also in their reconstruction and repair. Lights, this time from the forehead of Adam Kadmon, bathe the broken vessels and actually occasion their initial reconstruction into Partzufim. As such, according to Luria, the Primordial Man is instrumental not only for the world¹s creation, but for its redemption as well. Still it is the province of actual men and women to assure the world¹s Tikkun The symbol of Primordial Man and Adam Kadmon is discussed in detail Chapter 4 of Symbols of the Kabbalah, and in relationship to similar notions in Indian Philosophy, Gnosticism and Carl Jung in Chapters 3, 5 and 8 of Kabbalistic Metaphors. The Lurianic Kabbalah is treated in detail in Sanford Drob’s Symbols of the Kabbalah and Kabbalistic Metaphors .The Records of Thoth record the animiotesh, or seven creational stages through which the Adam Kadmon Light Body or prototype created the Adamic Race. These are as follows:1) Diethopas - the ‘Bringing of Fire’ or command of Spirit2) Mythegaris - the ‘Issuance of Presence’3) Kyithos - the ‘Whirling Pillar’ or establishment of foundation4) Esoshaktes - the ‘Developing Thought’5) Kasemel - the ‘Plasticity’6) Endoshek - the ‘Breath’7) Lotii - ‘Duality’Thoth further explains the Adam Kadmon:"The Adam Kadmon begins as a Light Body that is created from divine imprint through the angelic field. This Light body is then integrated with a matter-molecule of part Light and part matter, which we refer to as the M-stra molecule. All humans on this planet contain a seed of the M-stra that in the future will once again become fully realized. The Adam Kadmon then, is not a single Light Being or Race, but a sacred geometry transmitted from the angelic heavens to the matter-world."

alwaysinsearchoflight:

Adam Kadmon: Primordial Man

"Adam Kadmon" is an ancient qabballistic word for "universal man" which represents the "seven creational stages through which the Adam Kadmon Light body or prototype created the Adamic race."

Kadmon comes from ‘Aveer Qadmon’, meaning ‘primitive air’ or Azoth. Thoth tells us that the Azoth was the substance in which Prima Matra or First Matter was formed. He also states that the Adam Kadmon was a two-fold manifestation:

1) A divine pattern or schematic which is a ‘Light Body’ of macrocosmic proportions

2) A formulation of that sacred patterning into a being that was supra-physical, and from which the ‘Adamic Race was spawned.

From the Azoth or primitive air in which the supernal world was created, the Adam Kadmon took substance as the ‘Kosmic Man’.

The symbol of Primordial Man, the first being to emerge with the creation of the cosmos is common to a number of religious and philosophical traditions. The Upanishads describe a primal man composed of the very elements which were to become the world. According to the Upanishads this “gigantic divine being” is both infinitely far and deposited near the innermost recesses of the human heart. Indeed, in the Hindu tradition, the Primordial Man is identified both with the entire Universe and the soul or essence of all things.

Interestingly, a similar image is found in Plutarch who relates that the entirety of the heavens is arranged in the form of a macroanthropos, a colossal human being who is conceived as a model for the human world. For Plutarch, the sun is at the heart of this being and the moon, the sun¹s androgynous messenger, is located in between the heart and belly.

The Primordial Man is also an important symbol in Gnosticism. The Gnostics inferred from the verse in Genesis “Let us make man in our own image” that the first earthly man was created on the model of a cosmic Adam on high. In the Nag Hammadi text, the Apocryphon of John, we learn that this anthropos is the first creation of “knowledge and Perfect Intellect” and the first luminary of the heavens. This Anthropos becomes the heavenly model through which the demiurge forges an earthly Adam. Other Gnostic sources relate how the “archons” (conceived of as female demigods corresponding to each of the seven planets) formed an earthly Adam to fulfill their sexual desire for the heavenly anthropos who was beyond their spiritual reach. Amongst the Mandeans (a Gnostic sect that today survives in Iraq) the primordial Adam is coextensive with the cosmos, his body is the body of the world, and his soul the soul of all souls. In an image which would later reappear in the Kabbalah, the Gnostics held that individual human beings are descended from the cosmic anthropos as a result of the fragmentation of the Primordial Man.

In the Kabbalah, the Primordial Man is spoken of as Adam Kadmon, and, in the Lurianic Kabbalah this symbol becomes a pivotal notion linking God, Man, and the World. Adam Kadmon, as the first being to emerge from the infinite Godhead, Ein-sof, is essentially indistinguishable from the deity, yet at the same time his body is said to both emanate and constitute the world. Man, having been created in God¹s image, is said by the Kabbalists to be comprised of the very same cosmic elements, the sefirot, which comprise the “body” of Adam Kadmon. The symbol of Adam Kadmon expresses the idea that the cosmos itself has both a soul and body very much like that of man, and that the world too is garbed in the interest, value and Eros which is normally thought to be the exclusive province of humankind.

In the Lurianic Kabbalah, Adam Kadmon is the first being to spontaneously emerge in the metaphysical void, which was formed in the center of the cosmos after the Tzimtzum. The Sefirot and worlds which they comprise are, according to Luria and his disciple, Vital, emanated from the various orifices in Adam Kadmon¹s head: from the ear, the nose, eyes, and mouth. The highest, most sublime of these emanations, forms the world of Atziluth, from the Hebrew “etzel”, meaning “near” (to the infinite God). However, even higher than Atziluth, according to the Lurianists, is the World of Adam Kadmon itself, often abbreviated as the World of A¹K, a world so high and sublime as to be virtually indistinguishable from Ein-sof. From within this realm, so close to the infinite God, Adam Kadmon directs the subsequent course of events in the lower worlds.

Adam Kadmon, from his abode in the highest world, is instrumental not only in the emanation of the Sefirot, but also in their reconstruction and repair. Lights, this time from the forehead of Adam Kadmon, bathe the broken vessels and actually occasion their initial reconstruction into Partzufim. As such, according to Luria, the Primordial Man is instrumental not only for the world¹s creation, but for its redemption as well. Still it is the province of actual men and women to assure the world¹s Tikkun The symbol of Primordial Man and Adam Kadmon is discussed in detail Chapter 4 of Symbols of the Kabbalah, and in relationship to similar notions in Indian Philosophy, Gnosticism and Carl Jung in Chapters 3, 5 and 8 of Kabbalistic Metaphors. The Lurianic Kabbalah is treated in detail in Sanford Drob’s Symbols of the Kabbalah and Kabbalistic Metaphors .

The Records of Thoth record the animiotesh, or seven creational stages through which the Adam Kadmon Light Body or prototype created the Adamic Race. These are as follows:

1) Diethopas - the ‘Bringing of Fire’ or command of Spirit

2) Mythegaris - the ‘Issuance of Presence’

3) Kyithos - the ‘Whirling Pillar’ or establishment of foundation

4) Esoshaktes - the ‘Developing Thought’

5) Kasemel - the ‘Plasticity’

6) Endoshek - the ‘Breath’

7) Lotii - ‘Duality’

Thoth further explains the Adam Kadmon:

"The Adam Kadmon begins as a Light Body that is created from divine imprint through the angelic field. This Light body is then integrated with a matter-molecule of part Light and part matter, which we refer to as the M-stra molecule. All humans on this planet contain a seed of the M-stra that in the future will once again become fully realized. The Adam Kadmon then, is not a single Light Being or Race, but a sacred geometry transmitted from the angelic heavens to the matter-world."

September 19, 2014

I am sad and tired today. Someone tell me something great.

September 19, 2014

wetheurban:

SPOTLIGHT: Color-Coded Photography by Emily Blincoe

A sweet collection of assorted musings by photographer Emily Blincoe based in Texas. All objects stored and arranged in colors and themes. 

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(via poisons-on-my-lips)

September 19, 2014

sweetestel:

amuseoffyre:

peggylives:

Steve ‘did it hurt - a little’ Rogers

#/SCREAMS ABOUT HOW SKINNY!STEVE’S CHRONIC PAIN PROBABLY FUCKED UP HIS PERCEPTION OF PAIN FOR LIFE  #STEVE ROGERS ‘OKAY YEAH THAT’S UNPLEASANT’ WOULD PARALYSE ANYONE ELSE  #AND THAT’S NOT THE SERUM  #THAT’S SKINNY STEVE THROUGH AND THROUGH   (via beccabuchanans)

Don’t even start me on the fact he’s spent his whole life trying not to make a big deal of when he’s ill. He doesn’t want pity or sympathy. He doesn’t wanted to be treated like he’s weak. He doesn’t want to be looked down on because ‘he can’t take it’.

You only ever hear Steve Rogers scream once, and when he thinks people think he’s being weak, he stops and never screams again. Not unless you count the moment he sees Bucky fall to his death.

 (via )

(Source: sabacc, via neenya)

September 19, 2014
jannelle-o:

Sterek Week - Tuesday: Color Me Sterek
Palette #29
ah i’m always late with these|‸눈;)

jannelle-o:

Sterek Week - Tuesday: Color Me Sterek

Palette #29

ah i’m always late with these|‸눈;)

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September 19, 2014

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September 19, 2014

deputysweetassparrish:

 

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