CEJOTA

'Cause i am whatever you say i am

The question was about why Sam is not affected by holy water even though he has demon blood in him (x).

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I hate my voice. I hate it so much.

sharkodactyl:


nasty beats for a nasty queen. sometimes you can trust the words, sometimes you can’t — everyone’s a liar, especially the woman on the throne [sarah] [got au] [listen]

01. tennis court hip-hop sample beat | jhonny charles 02. animal | neon trees 03. the garden | mirah 04. discord (the living tombstone’s remix) | eurobeat brony 05. theme for scanty & kneesocks | teddyloid  06. fuschia ruler | sinister psyche 07. animale (radio edit) | don diablo feat. dragonette 08. heads will roll | yeah yeah yeahs 09. guillotine | yadi
bonus: broken bones | chvrches 

Lyrics under the cut.
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sharkodactyl:

nasty beats for a nasty queen. sometimes you can trust the words, sometimes you can’t — everyone’s a liar, especially the woman on the throne [sarah] [got au] [listen]

01. tennis court hip-hop sample beat | jhonny charles 02. animal | neon trees 03. the garden | mirah 04. discord (the living tombstone’s remix) | eurobeat brony 05. theme for scanty & kneesocks | teddyloid  06. fuschia ruler | sinister psyche 07. animale (radio edit) | don diablo feat. dragonette 08. heads will roll | yeah yeah yeahs 09. guillotine | yadi

bonus: broken bones | chvrches 

Lyrics under the cut.

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sharanyakunnath:

Final result of my year-long Masters project: Mahishasura Mardini, the Hindu myth illustrated and retold. Here’s a summary of the story, if you’re interested:

The Goddess Durga is manifested out of the female aspect of the various gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheon. She is created to vanquish a demon who has been granted his wish that he not be killed by a male of any species. In his own eyes, he is practically immortal. He does not think a woman capable of defeating him. But this underestimation of women turns out to be his downfall.


The feminism inherent in this story is quite astounding to me, as it originated roughly 1500 years ago. In addition to being a feminist story, it is also a metaphor for the battle between the mind and one’s supposed higher self: the concept of non-duality, or oneness.  Essential Hindu philosophy works on the process of negation, where the primary question is “Who am I?”, to which the mind provides different answers. The response to each answer is “Not this, not this”, until one reaches a state of nothingness. “I am not this or that, I simply am.”

The illustrative style that I used for the story evolved throughout the year. I worked through different sets of experiments until I settled on a single colour: blue, with accents of red. This was perhaps a subconscious choice, but blue in Hinduism symbolises one’s higher faculties and red the more primal faculties. It is also perhaps a visual representation of the concept of non-duality: the evenness of a single colour, with visual disruption brought about by the occurrence of a second colour.

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This body comes with many inconveniences. But inconveniences don’t make me miserable! There is no reason for you to pity me! My life was put back together with alchemy by my brother. If I deny myself, that would mean I’m denying my brother, along with alchemy. I believe in the potential that alchemy holds. I want to believe in it!

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