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roachpatrol:

headcanonish:

steampunktendencies:

Jellyfish Air Plants (PetitBeast)

Some magical experiments with plants and other living creatures produce dangerous chimeras. Others produce simple pleasures welcome in any wizarding home.

this is fucking absurd i want a million gazillion

rollership:

We used to have style in everything, like life was sacred or something. Now we are just surrounded by economical straight lines like life is worthless. Even peasant dwellings were natural mythical magical architecture, handmade crafts and local organic food. Now we know how to bathe and have discreet sized high technology, let the ugliness crumble and be replaced with the garden, museum earth, with perfect examples of your theme worlds or not. any activity or adventure, like it was and will be eventually even if the cats have to evolve to break this terrible culture of ugly roads and stores and parking lots and trash and boring architecture, power lines, rectangles and wastelands.

rollership:

We used to have style in everything, like life was sacred or something. Now we are just surrounded by economical straight lines like life is worthless. Even peasant dwellings were natural mythical magical architecture, handmade crafts and local organic food. Now we know how to bathe and have discreet sized high technology, let the ugliness crumble and be replaced with the garden, museum earth, with perfect examples of your theme worlds or not. any activity or adventure, like it was and will be eventually even if the cats have to evolve to break this terrible culture of ugly roads and stores and parking lots and trash and boring architecture, power lines, rectangles and wastelands.

healingcrystals-crystaltalk:

Pietersite is also called Tempest Stone. If you look at the stone, many of them have swirls of color that an be reminiscent of a storm.
Blessings, Lourdes

healingcrystals-crystaltalk:

Pietersite is also called Tempest Stone. If you look at the stone, many of them have swirls of color that an be reminiscent of a storm.

Blessings, Lourdes