when you're old enough you're not free

Sep 29
Sep 29

L’unica cosa che mi farebbe stare meglio ora è un falò di hipster.

Sep 29
popculturebrain:

See the first appearance of the female Thor | Variety
More from the comic through the link.

<3
Sep 29

Ogni giorno ti allontani da me sempre di più…

Ho un macigno al posto del cuore, non riesco a respirare.

Sep 29
naturalsceneries:

Buachaille Etive Mòr, Glen Coe, Scotland
Source: Funkraum (reddit)

naturalsceneries:

Buachaille Etive Mòr, Glen Coe, Scotland

Source: Funkraum (reddit)

Sep 27

Moving without motion 

Screaming without sound 

Across an open ocean

Flying there on temporary ground

Sep 20

No reason other than Eowyn is totally awesome

theedwardiangirl:

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Part of me wishes they kept the speech Eowyn gave the Witch King in the books in the movie.  I know timing is important but it would’ve added some depth to the scene.

Sep 20

Ma alla fine chi ha detto che rinunciare a qualcosa è da codardi eh?

Essere coscienti che la cosa che più desideriamo è per noi inarrivabile e di conseguenza doverne fare a meno richiede un coraggio disumano…

Sep 20
ow 

ow 

Aug 12
Jul 28

The House of the Dead by Jjm1981

The House of the Dead by Jjm1981

Jul 28
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Jul 28
mlle-paula-oliveira:

Jack White explaining game to his daughter.

mlle-paula-oliveira:

Jack White explaining game to his daughter.

Jul 19
Jul 18
galeriadeilusiones:

Celtic Trinity Symbol and Triquetra Meaning
The Celtic symbol for trinity has a myriad of symbolic meaning.
We see the trinity motif in Celtic knots, as well as in symbol-form like the triquetra and triskelion (a.ka. triskele or fylfot)
To the ancient Celtic mind, it may also signify the lunar or solar phases. This conclusion is made as we see the trinity/triquetra motif alongside other solar and lunar symbols in ancient remants and archeological digs.
Validating this theory, we know the Celts honored the Great Mother, a lunar goddess who was actually three personifications in one (three lunar phases and faces of the goddess).
Some three-pronged Celtic meanings for the triquetra (trinity) symbol include:
Spirit, Mind, Body
Father, Son, Holy Ghost
Mother, Father, Child
Past, Present, Future
Power, Intellect, Love
Creator, Destroyer, Sustainer
Creation, Preservation, Destruction
Thought, Feeling, Emotion
Mother, Maiden, Crone
Other world, Mortal world, Celestial world
The Celtic symbol for trinity may also pertain to the three Bridgits. Bridgit is one powerful goddess (aspect of Danu), who embodies three aspects which are:
Art
Healing
Metalsmithing
The circle often seen around the triquetra signifies the infinite and eternity. It also represents protection. Circles are often drawn around Celtic knots to represent spiritual unity with the devine - a connection that shall cannot be broken.

galeriadeilusiones:

Celtic Trinity Symbol and Triquetra Meaning

The Celtic symbol for trinity has a myriad of symbolic meaning.

We see the trinity motif in Celtic knots, as well as in symbol-form like the triquetra and triskelion (a.ka. triskele or fylfot)

To the ancient Celtic mind, it may also signify the lunar or solar phases. This conclusion is made as we see the trinity/triquetra motif alongside other solar and lunar symbols in ancient remants and archeological digs.

Validating this theory, we know the Celts honored the Great Mother, a lunar goddess who was actually three personifications in one (three lunar phases and faces of the goddess).

Some three-pronged Celtic meanings for the triquetra (trinity) symbol include:

  • Spirit, Mind, Body
  • Father, Son, Holy Ghost
  • Mother, Father, Child
  • Past, Present, Future
  • Power, Intellect, Love
  • Creator, Destroyer, Sustainer
  • Creation, Preservation, Destruction
  • Thought, Feeling, Emotion
  • Mother, Maiden, Crone
  • Other world, Mortal world, Celestial world

The Celtic symbol for trinity may also pertain to the three Bridgits. Bridgit is one powerful goddess (aspect of Danu), who embodies three aspects which are:

  • Art
  • Healing
  • Metalsmithing

The circle often seen around the triquetra signifies the infinite and eternity. It also represents protection. Circles are often drawn around Celtic knots to represent spiritual unity with the devine - a connection that shall cannot be broken.