April212014

flatbear:

Captain America 2: Starks are Wrong About Everything.

(Source: buckypls)

April22014

bibliofila:

John Rylands Library, Manchester, UK.

(via dduane)

March292014

internationalgirl:

This is why you should have a cat y’all. Egyptians believed that cats repelled evil spirits.

(Source: rouxx, via cruelestmonth)

March272014
tobbycat:

cornerof5thandvermouth:

srafandseedpods:

Pretty kitty.

TIGERS DO THE STUPID TONGUE THING TOO???

hello friend, big cats do the same stupid shit small cats do. every single dumb thing you’ve seen a housecat do, tigers and lions also do thing except they are worse at pulling it off like they meant to do it

tobbycat:

cornerof5thandvermouth:

srafandseedpods:

Pretty kitty.

TIGERS DO THE STUPID TONGUE THING TOO???

hello friend, big cats do the same stupid shit small cats do. every single dumb thing you’ve seen a housecat do, tigers and lions also do thing except they are worse at pulling it off like they meant to do it

(via dduane)

January302014

consultingcapaldi:

Classic Who is just The Brigadier going from being incredibly confused about regeneration to being incredibly done with regeneration to ‘who even cares about regeneration I get to see my best friend’ and that my lil buddies is beautiful

(via fangirlasplosian)

January132014
emporioefikz:

Steampunk Princess Leia
by Jeff Miller concept by Bjorn Hurri

emporioefikz:

Steampunk Princess Leia

by Jeff Miller concept by Bjorn Hurri

(via sepiachord)

12PM

medievalpoc:

The Bristol Psalter

223r: Three Chaldeans with Israelite captives.

Greece (11th Century/1000s)

105 x 85 mm (text space: 70 x 60 mm).

Psalter with 14 odes and the apocryphal Psalm 151.

[x]

Okay…so no explanations for the tiny merman, then.

6AM

hsuanho0121:


I know I’m mad late, but I saw Pacific Rim recently, and I really like the relationship between Mako and stacker pentecost. They need more fan arts :D

(via fyeahpacificrim)

January122014
fuckyeahmythologicalbeasts:

Qallupilluit
In Inuit mythology, the Quallupilluit is a creature that lives beneath the ice. It takes many forms, depending on the storyteller, and snatches wandering children who venture out too far, alone. The story of the Quallupilluit served as a cautionary tale, to keep Inuit children from playing too close to dangerous cracks in ice.

fuckyeahmythologicalbeasts:

Qallupilluit

In Inuit mythology, the Quallupilluit is a creature that lives beneath the ice. It takes many forms, depending on the storyteller, and snatches wandering children who venture out too far, alone. The story of the Quallupilluit served as a cautionary tale, to keep Inuit children from playing too close to dangerous cracks in ice.

(via fuckyeahstrangemythology)

12PM
generationexorcist:

Inuit Mythology: Mahaha, Tuniit, and Other Creatures.
Inuit Mythology has proven time and time again to be an important element in society for the Inuit. Although it had more importance during the early years of the tribe, many of the Inuit Myths are still taken seriously to this day.
This Inuit had quite a few more myths than the other tribes, which focused primarily on the creation aspect of society.
There are a variety of different creatures that comprise these Inuit Myths such as the Mahaha, Ijiraat, Taqriaqsuit, Gallupilluk, Inupasugjuk, and Tuniit. Exploring these creatures is an important task to fulfill for any individual whom wishes to know more about this aspect of the Inuit tribe.
Full Article
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generationexorcist:

Inuit Mythology: Mahaha, Tuniit, and Other Creatures.

Inuit Mythology has proven time and time again to be an important element in society for the Inuit. Although it had more importance during the early years of the tribe, many of the Inuit Myths are still taken seriously to this day.

This Inuit had quite a few more myths than the other tribes, which focused primarily on the creation aspect of society.

There are a variety of different creatures that comprise these Inuit Myths such as the Mahaha, Ijiraat, Taqriaqsuit, Gallupilluk, Inupasugjuk, and Tuniit. Exploring these creatures is an important task to fulfill for any individual whom wishes to know more about this aspect of the Inuit tribe.

Full Article

Image Source

(via fuckyeahstrangemythology)

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