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1st October 2014

Photo reblogged from Moniquilliloquies. with 102 notes

wolf-soul-666:


The Outsider (Dishonored)

The majestic whale god himself in his natural habitat.

wolf-soul-666:

The Outsider (Dishonored)

The majestic whale god himself in his natural habitat.

Tagged: PffffffJukeboxhoundOutsider

Source: wolf-soul-666

29th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Important Bird Posts with 210 notes

importantbirds:

HEY ye dropes such apple?  Are the in charge appel?  Ples tell the charger apelle such THANK and give more

importantbirds:

HEY ye dropes such apple?  Are the in charge appel?  Ples tell the charger apelle such THANK and give more

Tagged: best geese

28th September 2014

Post reblogged from Moniquilliloquies. with 172,984 notes

jademonster42:

vannpires:

what month comes after september???

halloween

after that, at 61 days, is the longest month of the year, christmas

Tagged: Yup.

Source: vampirekid67

28th September 2014

Quote reblogged from Moniquilliloquies. with 161 notes

'If you are a plant, having a brain is not an advantage,' Stefano Mancuso points out. Mancuso is perhaps the field’s most impassioned spokesman for the plant point of view. A slight, bearded Calabrian in his late forties, he comes across more like a humanities professor than like a scientist. When I visited him earlier this year at the International Laboratory of Plant Neurobiology, at the University of Florence, he told me that his conviction that humans grossly underestimate plants has its origins in a science-fiction story he remembers reading as a teen-ager. A race of aliens living in a radically sped-up dimension of time arrive on Earth and, unable to detect any movement in humans, come to the logical conclusion that we are 'inert material' with which they may do as they please. The aliens proceed ruthlessly to exploit us. (Mancuso subsequently wrote to say that the story he recounted was actually a mangled recollection of an early 'Star Trek' episode called “Wink of an Eye.”)

In Mancuso’s view, our ‘fetishization’ of neurons, as well as our tendency to equate behavior with mobility, keeps us from appreciating what plants can do. For instance, since plants can’t run away and frequently get eaten, it serves them well not to have any irreplaceable organs. ‘A plant has a modular design, so it can lose up to ninety per cent of its body without being killed,’ he said. ‘There’s nothing like that in the animal world. It creates a resilience.’

  The Intelligent Plant

Scientists debate a new way of understanding flora.

By Michael Pollan

The New Yorker  December 23, 2013 Issue

(via moniquill)

Tagged: NeatbiologyI need to go hug my maple now

Source: biodiverseed

27th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Would you kindly? with 193 notes

Tagged: bats

Source: hokkaido-the-wendigo

27th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from I don't know how to name this... with 134,610 notes

doodlemancy:

I get pumped around the end of August. WHAT YOU ARE SEEING IS RESTRAINT

Tagged: loud breathinghalloween

Source: doodlemancy

27th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Errantry with 52,571 notes

spiritleaf:

A deer that catches stars in its antlers

spiritleaf:

A deer that catches stars in its antlers

Tagged: art

Source: spiritleaf

27th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Fuck Yeah Paganism with 1,297 notes

fuckyeahpaganism:

vintage halloween postcard (x)

fuckyeahpaganism:

vintage halloween postcard (x)

Tagged: awwwwhalloween

27th September 2014

Post reblogged from Garden of Ash & Bone with 265 notes

witchcraftings:

punchbuggydragon:

witchcraftings:

Idea: pomegranate seeds as an offering to a dragon or dragon-like creature/deity. Because some dragons are said to eat and/or hoard jewels, and you look me in the eye and tell me that pomegranate seeds don’t look like teensy rubies.

*Shoves a fistful of pomegranate seeds into mouth and roars*

…..I think a certain dragon god must have been whispering in your ear.

… Now I’m curious.

Tagged: i love pagans

27th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from Errantry with 151,401 notes

artemisandactaeon:

this was the best scene in anything i’ve seen in my entire life

Tagged: omgkorrabest part

Source: artemisandactaeon