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Mathematical mystery of ancient Babylonian clay tablet solved

UNSW Sydney scientists have discovered the purpose of a famous 3700-year old Babylonian clay tablet, revealing it is the world’s oldest and most accurate trigonometric table, possibly used by ancient mathematical scribes to calculate how to construct palaces and temples and build canals.

The new research shows the Babylonians, not the Greeks, were the first to study trigonometry – the study of triangles – and reveals an ancient mathematical sophistication that had been hidden until now.

Known as Plimpton 322, the small tablet was discovered in the early 1900s in what is now southern Iraq by archaeologist, academic, diplomat and antiquities dealer Edgar Banks, the person on whom the fictional character Indiana Jones was based.

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Ways to enhance your intuition

Exercises:

These exercises can be done in two ways. You can either pick one paper up and try to guess what is on the paper, or you can think of a paper and try to find it in the pieces of paper. If you feel you need more pieces of paper by all means add more. If you work with deities, your higher self, spirits of any sorts, please feel free to invite them to help you with these exercises, if you’d like.

  • The number exercise: cut four, same sized pieces of paper with the numbers 1-4 written on them. Turn them downwards and mix them up. Pick one up and try to guess which number it is.
  • The shape exercise: cut four, same sized pieces of paper, and draw a star, a heart, a circle and a cube on them. Turn them downwards and mix them up. Pick one up and try to guess which shape it is.
  • The color exercise: cut four, same size pieces of paper, and add a different color to all of them. Turn them downwards and mix them up. Try to guess which paper has which color on them.
  • The quiz exercise: find a quiz online that you know nothing about - this may be a science quiz, a pop culture quiz, a quiz about a band, or the Viking history quiz. Take the quiz and try to guess the answers.
  • The object exercise: Get a older object, works best if it’s given by a friend do you and examine it. Try to pick up the objects energies and try to see/hear/smell the person that the object is tied to. It’s best done with a friend because they will most likely know some information about the person and they can tell if you’re right or wrong.
  • The card exercise: Pick one card up from a deck and try to see the color, the shape and the number of that card. You can also do this with tarot cards, try to feel the cards energies.
  • Divination: it’s a great exercise for enhancing your psychic abilities and the range of tools you can do divination with is enormous. So, find the one that calls to you and start divining. 

In my experience these are the main exercises which you can sit and work on but they’re not the only ones. Intuition can be worked on throughout the day even in the most mundane tasks:

  • Try to guess who texted you or is calling you before you pick up the phone.
  • If other people cook for you, try to guess what you’re having for lunch before seeing it.
  • Try to pick up what your friend is going to tell you before they do.
  • Try to guess when the light is going to turn green at a traffic light.
  • Think of a person, and try seeing what they’re doing at the moment. After you’re done, ask them whatsup.
  • When talking to a friend on the phone try to see what they’re wearing, what their hair is like, and/or what they’re doing and ask them.
  • When you get up try to sense what the weather is going to be like today.
  • When at the store and you’re waiting in line try to sense how much the person before you needs to pay.
  • Tell a friend to think of a number and try to guess that number.
  • When listening to music on shuffle, try to sense what the next song is going to be.
  • When people close to you talk on the phone try and sense who they’re talking to and ask them afterwards. (only if they’re comfortable with it, not all people would like their privacy invaded, my friends and family know why I’m doing that so they’re cool with it)
  • Try to sense what a close friends text is saying before you open it, or try to sense why they’re calling you.

These are all I can think of a t the moment, hopefully in the future I’m going to add more. Basically anytime, anywhere when you have some space left to guess what’s going to happen, do it.

MEDITATION: I can’t stress how important meditation is, especially to witches, mages, shamans, and all occult practitioners in general. I know it sounds boring when people tell you to meditate but we all need some time to relax and clear our heads. And in the moments of blissful relaxation we let out soul speak to us the most thus coming into our strongest potential where we can energetically change our DNA and rewire our brains. In the moment of deep relaxation you can focus on cleansing your pineal gland / increasing your intuition. 

I like to imagine purple/indigo color and lavender flowers coming out of my pineal gland spreading and covering my whole body and aura. I also like to imagine roots stretching from my pineal gland bursting through my forehead opening an eye in the centre of it. I like to massage the centre of my forehead, and I like taping an amethyst to it lol.

There are lots of guided meditations on youtube, which are extremely helpful, and there are lots of binaural beats and isochronic tones, which are also very helpful. Just find your comfort zone to working on the pineal gland and focus on it. Don’t feel bad if per say, isochronic tones don’t work for you but storm sounds do work. Find your comfort zone and work within it.

Also you might want to check out Sun Gazing, which is a very powerful exercise you’re going to need to dedicate yourself to. 

Pineal gland detoxification: 

  • Avoid ingesting fluoride - I know this is hard, seeing at the people on top put fluoride in literally everything knowing what it’s doing to our brains. But there are alternatives, the internet is a huge place and you can find almost everything there. Avoid fluoridated water, fluoridated toothpaste, GMO fruits and vegetables, soda, all artificial foods and drinks. Try to eat healthy and organically and if possible reduce eating meat - and cutting it off completely. 
  • Avoid sleeping with technology in your room if possible - this means wireless routers, mobile phones, computers etc. The pineal gland is suppressed by electro magnetic fields.
  • Avoid or if you can, completely cut off all sugar, caffeine, tobacco, alcohol and drugs.


Once you’ve detoxified your body and pineal gland it’s time to start working on activating and boosting your pineal gland:

  • Spend time in sunlight every day - or as much as you can. Practice sungazing as well, and it is best done when the sun has risen or in the moments it’s going away because the sun is the weakest then and it can’t harm your eyes and it won’t bother you.
  • Oils and incense - 
  • Sleep and meditate in complete darkness.
  • Commit to meditation every day.
  • Dedicate rituals to your third eye - whether it be a bath ritual, once in a full moon ritual, a day of the week ritual, or whenever you feel like it ritual, do it.
  • Practice yoga, especially Yoga Nidra as it is the most powerful yogic practice to increase the blood flow to your pineal gland.
  • Eat food that boosts the pineal gland - raw cocoa, coconut oil, lemon - the body’s best friend, basically the master of detox, garlic, raw apple cider vinegar, goji berries, watermelon, honey, hemp seeds, iodine, vitamin K1/K2, boron, bananas, alkaine food, chlorophyll rich foods, oregano oil, sea moss, walnuts, turmeric and melatonin.
  • Crystals that stimulate the pineal gland - amethyst, lapis lazuli, clear quartz, moonstone, sodalite. You can meditate with these crystals on your forehead daily, you can tape a crystal on your forehead and stay like that for a while, or you can massage your forehead with it.
  • Chant - there are a lot of chants to boost your pineal gland, you can google some, I’ve found that OM works best for me.
  • Plants that enhance intuition - ginger, gotu kola, ginkgo, skullcap, elder leaf, berries and flower, fennel, lavender, lemongrass, saffron, bay leaves, rosemary, honey suckle, anise, eyebright, lotus, mimosa, sandalwood, burning acacia, cinnamon, buchu leaves, celery, lilac, mint, mugwort, solomons leaf, frankincense, jasmine, lemon, peppermint, rose, sage, vanilla and star anise.
  • Oils - bay laurel, carrot seed, galbanum, german chamomile, grapefruit, myrrh, nutmeg, palo santo, petitgrain, roman chamomile, sandalwood, st. john’s wort, angelica root, eleni, juniper, frankincense, rosemary and patchouli.
  • Incense - ambergris, bay leaf, anise, cinnamon, frankincense, honeysuckle, jasmine, lemon, lemongrass, lotus, magnolia, peppermint, rose, sage, sandalwood, vanilla, heliotrope, basil and eucalyptus. 

And most important of all - trust your gut! The problem with not listening to our intuition is when our rational, logical mind interferes and tries to come up with logical solutions as to why your intuition is wrong. Whenever you get that gut feeling, just go with it, don’t question it. Also always remember to protect yourself when working on your pineal gland, seeing as we are more open and vulnerable to psychic attacks during these moments.

Overdue

Prompt: “You’re overdue on this book and I want it so I’m tracking you the f**k down” from @nerds-are-cool.
Word Count: 1,300
Warning(s): Minor swearing.

⇢  A Sirius Black x Reader work set in the Marauders’ Era.


“Is the book available yet?”

Magical Water Plants of the Mediterranean?”

You sighed, a slight frown on your face. “Yes. My Herbology essay is due in less than a week now.”

The aged Hogwarts librarian narrowed her eyes at you. She showed absolutely no sign of caring. “The only copy I have hasn’t been returned, I’m afraid.”

“May I know who still has it?” you questioned, frustrated.

For the past two weeks, you have been probing the library, scrounging for the book–or even something similar to it–to no avail. Now, whoever had it was at least two weeks overdue and the book was still not in your clutches.

In response, Madam Pince pulled out a thick file. “Magical Water Plants, Magical Water Plants,” she murmured as she flicked through the pages. “Here. Magical Water Plants of the Mediterranean by Hadrian Whittle. Checked out by a Sirius Black about four weeks ago.”

Your cursed under your breath. The answer was so obvious, you shouldn’t have been surprised. “Sirius Black,” you muttered, internally groaning. “Why him?”

Madam Pince, however, was paying you no mind. She mumbled endless incantations, vowing to maim Black to the very extent it would be allowed. You attempted to suppress a shiver at her uncensored words; Irma Pince took her books very seriously.

You shook your head, plastering a smile on your face. Within seconds, you smoothed down your robes and gathered the few textbooks you checked out. “Thank you so much, Madam Pince. I appreciate all your help!”

Without waiting for the librarian’s reply, you scurried out of the library, heading toward the Gryffindor Tower. As you approach the Fat Lady’s portrait, you saw a pair of boys pass by, the portrait swinging open.

“Remus! Peter!” you called, following them into the Gryffindor common room. They looked at you, then glanced back at each other with curious expressions. “You guys are friends with Sirius, correct?”

“Sadly, yes.” You shot Remus a glare as a playful grin spread across his face.

“Anyway,” you said pointedly, “do you mind telling me which dormitory is his? I need to talk to him.”

“We were just about to head up.” Peter nodded toward the stairs. “You can tag along.”

Remus gestured at the pile of textbooks in your hands. “Planning a study date, are you?”

You scoffed at the audacity of his idea. “Oh, please. You and I both know that studying with a jelly slug would be more beneficial.”

Remus laughed in response and you followed them both into the boys’ dormitories. Out of all the guys in Black’s little group, you found Remus Lupin to be the most bearable.

As you approached Sirius’ dormitory, you crinkled your nose, waiting for an unpleasant odor to hit you by surprise. To your luck, however, all seemed normal. But right as you placed a hand on the doorknob, it swung inward, leaving you to grasp nothing but air.

A permanently disheveled-looking James Potter came out of the room. His eyes glazed over you once he saw Remus and Peter.

“Wormtail,” James greeted, a jaunty grin on his face, “Moony. There you guys are!” His eyes fell on you. He looked you up and down, taking in the impatient tapping of your foot and the cautious tilt of your head. “And there’s a girl…”

“Y/N,” Remus coughed.

“Y/N!” James repeated, as if he knew your name all along, then paused. His eyebrows furrowed slightly before his eyes widened. “As in Y/N Y/L/N?”

You nodded. James smiled, a mischievous glint in his eye. Nothing good could possibly come out of that smile. “That’s me.”

James hummed. “Sirius’ Y/N, huh?”

“Excuse me? I’m no one’s anything.”

Behind you, you saw Remus shake his head as Peter grinned along.

“Of course you’re not,” Peter agreed, before focusing on James. “But did you know she’s here to see Padfoot?”

“Y/N is here to see Padfoot?” James all but hooted. He poked his head back in the dormitory. “Pads–you hear that? Your lady friend wants to see you.”

“Get stuffed, Potter,” you grumbled, attempting to hit him on the head with a copy of Encyclopedia of Toadstools. “And Sirius and I are hardly friends.”

The three boys looked at each other before exchanging nods and turning back to you. You knew nothing good could come out of those smiles on their faces.

“Well, Sirius is in the room if you need him,” said James. “We’ve got to go, but if you’re looking to form a harem, just yell and I’ll–”

Remus elbowed him in the side, shutting him up. “Don’t listen to him, Y/N, he’s an idiot.” James rubbed his side, sending Remus a crooked grin. “We’ll just be going now.”

You nodded, your lips pursed in confusion. You didn’t press for any questions, however, figuring you would only be left more perplexed. Spinning around, you entered the Marauders’ dormitory, looking for Sirius.

Soon enough, you found him on his bed, twirling his wand around his fingers as a Confronting the Faceless textbook was propped in front of him. You’ve never seen him look this relaxed.

You cleared your throat and dropped the stack of books at the foot of his bed. As his eyes met yours, he stopped playing with his wand and you folded your arms.

“Sirius Black,” you started, ready to scold him for not returning Magical Water Plants. “Are you aware of how long I’ve been waiting to get my hands on the only copy we have of Hadrian Whittle’s work?”

Sirius kicked his feet back and crossed his arms, mimicking your expression. “No. But I have the feeling you’re about to tell me.”

“I’ve been waiting for over two weeks.” You glared at him for mocking you. “And do you know how many weeks the book you checked out is overdue?”

“I don’t know, actually–”

“Two weeks!”

He didn’t bothering trying to keep the amused expression off his face. His grin, of course, only made you angrier.

“Don’t you dare laugh,” you threatened. “I’m already failing Herbology–only Merlin knows how I managed to moved onto the N.E.W.T. levels–and now the final essay is due in two days and I haven’t even started.”

Sirius quirked an eyebrow at you, sighing as he finally stood his arse off the bed. “Let me get this straight. You tracked me down just to yell at me?”

“I tracked you down to get the bloody book!” You pinched the bridge of your nose. “And I would very much appreciate you handing it over right about now.”

Shrugging, he walked over to the side of his bed, digging around to find the book. When he handed it over to you, you noticed a water stain and a torn cover. When Sirius saw your disdainful look, he sent you an innocent grin. “It was like that when I got it.”

Rolling your eyes, you gathered up all your textbooks and headed out of his dormitory. “Right. Well, thank you for finally returning it,” you called behind your back, trying not to sound sarcastic.

Before you made it to the door, however, you felt a hand grasp your forearm. “If you’re going to use that book to write Sprout’s essay, don’t bother. It’s absolutely useless.”

“What do you suppose I do then?” You whirled around to look at him.

Sirius took the books from your arms, carrying them for you despite your sounds of protest. “As common knowledge shows, you are shitty at Herbology whilst I am not.” 

“Hey–”

“By yourself–and with this banal collection of textbooks–you would barely pass the essay.” He cocked his head to the side when you opened your mouth. However, you knew you couldn’t argue with that. “But with my help, I guarantee you’ll get an A.”

You scoffed. You wished that Sirius weren’t right, but his top grades, and your below average ones, proved otherwise. “You want to help me write an essay on some plants?”

“I’m all for helping a damsel in distress.” He paused, walking you out of the Gryffindor common room. “Just one small thing.”

“I should’ve known there was a catch.”

Sirius ignored your comment. “In exchange, you have to go on a date with me this Saturday.”

Once you reached the bottom of the tower, you took your textbooks from his hands. Did Sirius genuinely want to go on a date with you? You tried not to take it too close to heart, but it wasn’t everyday one of the most pined after guys of your year asked you out.

Still, you were skeptical.

“If we get an A on my Herbology essay, then maybe you’ll get that date.”

“We better start researching, then.” He ran his fingers through his hair, his hand momentarily covering his face. When Sirius turned to look back at you, you could have sworn you saw traces of red on his cheeks.

And that alone was enough incentive for you to want to get a good mark.


What even was this? I don’t know. Sucky, I’d say.

As of now, I’m sick of all this loveydovey crap. So my next imagine will either have infidelity…or death. Whichever I’m in the mood for.

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Beauty and the Beast except Demospy raise your hand if you agree 

Cyber / Tech Protection Idea

☆ Put sigils or small herbs inside your phone case to prevent it being stolen or broken

☆ Safely wash the back of your phone and phone case in a magickal wash

☆ Enchant screen cloths for wiping mobiles, televisions or computer screens.

☆ Leave your phone on charge and place under a full moon to boost your mobile’s magickal energy or cleanse your phone

☆ Likewise, have your television or computer facing a direction to a window where it can bathe in moonlight while you sleep

☆ Place loving, healing, cleansing and protecting crystals around the computer

☆ Smudge or mist spray the area around the computer

☆ Surround your wifi modem with a crystal grid or mist spray the area. When it gets dusty, wash gently with a damp, not soaking cloth using a wash

☆ Watermark sigils into your digital photos before posting them to prevent negativity, drama or having them stolen etc.

☆ Put sigils into your profile, banner or cover photos / pictures to protect and cleanse your digital footprint on places like Facebook to prevent negative people going to your profile

☆ Using glamor spells to ‘disguise’ or make a profile seem ‘invisible’ to someone is another variation.

☆ Use Empath Techniques or products to shield yourself from negativity and others drama. I suggest The White Witch’s Parlor ‘Empath’ solid perfume
Helpful tips and (free) apps for mobile devices that will help you in school and homework

Since we keep our phones and other devices on us at basically all times, they’re really accessible and useful. When it comes to school, though, these devices can become rather distracting. Sometimes in order to focus, you need to leave it in a different room! But if used correctly, your phone can actually help you do schoolwork.

Here, my friend, is a post about using your phone to help you study and do schoolwork.

Just remember that everyone works differently and focuses differently, so experiment! Try out these tips. Alter them. Try doing some and not others. See what works for you!

  1. Forest (app): This is an app that helps you focus; a tree is planted, and you set a timer. At the end of that timer, the tree has finished growing. If you use any other apps, the tree will wither and die. You can set a white list of apps that you deem productive; the app will allow these apps to be used during the focus time. At the end of each day, you have a forest of trees; it may be full of green trees, or withered trees.
    1. Use the whitelist! If music helps you focus, whitelist your music app. whitelist any homework/working apps on this list you want to use during your focus time. Whitelist your calculator. Just go through the list of apps and whitelist any that you will need.
    2. Don’t whitelist things you DON’T need. Remember the purpose of the app: to stay focused on SCHOOLWORK. Don’t whitelist things that will distract you.
  2. MyHomework (app): This app is incredibly useful. You put your scheduled classes into the app (there are tons of options for the class times; block schedules, period schedules, weekly or biweekly schedules, etc), then you add assignments, tests, homework, etc. It’s basically a virtual planner. It allows you to include priority level. Then when you go to see what assignments you have, you can sort it by priority, due date, class, or assignment type. It will give you alerts too.
    1. Widgets are miracles. This app has a widget for classes and for homework. It lets you see quickly what classes you have today, and what homework is due today, on your phone’s home screen.
    2. Get it on all your devices. It’s on everything. Kindle, Chrome OS, Android, IPhone, Mac, Windows… I don’t know about linux. 
  3. Cram (app): Basically, this app lets you make sets of flashcards virtually. It’s much easier than making paper flashcards, and it comes with you everywhere, so you can practice at any time. It comes with study programs, giving you easy ways to learn the subject fast. It also has a text-to-speech feature, and you can set one side to one language and one side to another language to help you with the pronunciation of words. It is the best form of flashcards I’ve ever used. 
  4. Duolingo (app): This is an app designed to help you learn a language like you would naturally: through a kind of submersion. It gives you little phrases and makes you translate them. When a new word is introduced, it is underlined and you may click it to see it’s definition, so you aren’t completely blind here. It also makes you do pronunciation, match words with definitions, and it has a few other activities. It doesn’t really give you lessons, it gives you practice. It has tons of languages, and it’s even going to introduce Klingon soon. One cool feature is the feedback: each language has admins, and when you don’t understand a sentence, you can ask about it in the comments. Another student, or an admin, may respond to your question with an answer.
    1. Use the desktop version when possible. The desktop version gives you access to actual basic lessons, and goes a bit more in-depth. The little sessons on the mobile phone are certainly helpful, and you will learn, but the desktop version is a bit more educational and even offers flashcards… Which the mobile version does not.
    2. It isn’t perfect. It isn’t good at grading your pronunciation, and sometimes a sentence can have two meanings, but it only accepts one. Luckily, you can always flag a question with a wrong answer, so it will be corrected by an admin. It’s a nice system.
    3. Practice daily! This app records your streaks, so you can keep track of how much you’re studying. An interesting feature in this app is fluency. If you stop practicing, your fluency number goes down. It keeps track of how well you’re doing in the lessons to track your fluency growth.
    4. Redo lessons. One interesting feature in this app is the way it makes you redo the lessons. Over time, the “strength” of each lesson goes down. You need to redo lessons for the strength to go up. This is to stop you from forgetting what you’ve learned.
  5. RescueTime (app): RescueTime is an app and desktop application. It goes on all your devices and records what you’re doing. Sounds creepy, but all it’s doing is telling you what you’re doing, and giving you a score on how productive you’re being. You mark some applications as being productive, some as neutral, some as distracting, etc, then it keeps you aware of what you’re doing too much of and what you aren’t doing enough of.
    1. Get it on EVERYTHING. For a while I only had it on my desktop, but then I found I was doing productive things on my chromebook and mobile too and I wanted those to be counted. I found that it inspired me to be much more productive with my time. On the bus, instead of playing a game on my phone, why not up my productivity with Cram? Seriously, it really makes you more productive. Get it on your phone, laptop, desktop, browser, whatever. Get it everywhere. And update to Premium if you can, it gives you a more detailed report.

Here are a few more tips for your phone in general:

Organise your apps into folders. For example, here is my homepage:

See the folders? I keep them color coded. The red folders are distracting: Social Media, Entertainment, Games. The Green ones are productive! The white and yellow are neutral.

Get widgets. They’re good at giving you quick information without having to open the app.

Experiment. Remember, everyone learns and focuses differently! Use your phone to your advantage.

Also, these are the apps that I use. There are so many other good apps. I’ve heard really good things about Memrise, a free app for learning languages that focuses on vocabulary. If didn’t include it in the main list because I’ve never used it and I don’t know much about it, but if you’re learning a language you should go check it out! I know I’m going to soon.

If you have tips or apps to add, please do!

What to do if you know you are becoming blind:

1. Get rid of hazards. Do not leave knives lying around. If your have hazardous chemicals/sharp objects in your living space/fridge, put them where you won’t accidentally touch them.
2. Learn to walk through your living space without opening your eyes, especially if you travel regularly and are not too familiar with it.
3. Order your clothes by color and kind and clean your living space, especially your bathroom. Don’t expect people to tell you if you go to work looking unshaven and wearing bright orange pants.
4. Do you eat? Do you have pets? Figure out a way to cook and eat without seeing and without burning/cutting/dirtying yourself. Do the same concerning medication.
5. Depending on the cause of your blindness make sure you won’t get shampoo in your eyes or look into a lamp by accident.
6. Learn how to use a white cane.
7. Learn how to fold and sort your money.
8. Learn to read braille.
9. Get a sufficient voice over program for your computer/mobile phone/tv.
10. Get (small) sunglasses. While not always necessary, depending on the light sensitivity, it will prevent people from becoming too uncomfortable by you staring nowhere or closing your eyes.
11. Inform those who need to know (e.g. your employer) and if irreversible apply for the appropriate support (e.g. government support if available) or become member of a community.
12. Get support. A family member, a friend, a house keeper or a colleague.
13. Get opinions from different doctors, but do not try various medical procedures at the same time.
14. Don’t panic! Loosing your eyesight is a scary feeling. Organisation is the only thing that will keep you from waking up realizing that you can not call for help. But even if you have no time to organize anything beforehand, you will learn and learning will bring you the opportunities you deem lost.
15. Take your time. When “it” happens, you can spend a day hugging yourself, lying in bed, crying if you want to and it does not hurt or harm your eyes. Sleep, pity yourself and then get up again, start to get through it.


Post scriptum: If anyone is actually facing such a situation, reading this and this blog still exist, feel free to contact me in case you have questions or need advice.

Quick tips for a nice productive study day!
  • STUDY SPACE – you should find a quiet space, so you won’t get distracted. Preferably your room or even a library if possible. The quietude is essential because it gives you the opportunity for concentration (also you will not get bothered)
  • STUDY SUPPLIES – make sure you have all the materials you need, therefore you won’t interrupt your study to pick anything else
  • SNACKS – people are more productive when they’re hydrated and fueled. Although  avoid fast food and candies, choose fruits or peanuts because they supply much more energy for your body
  • DISTRACTIONS – remove everything that can possibly distract you while you’re studying, including : mobile phone, computer or any other device. Make sure you’re comfortable with your clothes (because it won’t disturb you) and the furniture you are sitting on is also appropriate
  • MAKE A SCHEDULE – you can establish how much time you’ll spend studying for which subject, in order to keep yourself relaxed and, like this, you won’t get overwhelmed
  • DO NOT PROCASTINATE – waiting until the last minute to study for a big exam or read a book will make you feel nervous about it, and then maybe you won´t succeed. Make sure you plan everything.

Regarded to that, you should take a time to yourself. Relax and rest – it’ll also help you with your productivity!  

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Gradence | Colezra 007 AU ► From Macusa With Love (Fake! Teaser Trailer)

Before he’s James Bond, he’s Percival Graves; before he’s Q, he’s Credence Barebone. Those training days in the “Nursery” (the MI6/MACUSA training centre) were like the everlasting Summer. There, Percival in his mid twenties, met the prodigy who’d become his Q in the future.
The actual story took place roughly ten years later. 

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❝S I R I U S  B L A C K❞ 

❝R E M U S  L U P I N❞

❝J A M E S  P O T T E R❞

❝H A R R Y  P O T T E R❞

❝E D M U N D  P E V E N S I E❞

❝B A R R Y  A L L E N❞

❝D R A M I O N E❞

❝N E W T  S C A M A N D E R

❝O L I V E R  W O O D

❝T O M  R I D D LE

❝F R E D  W E A S L E Y❞ 


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series

MR. BLACK {COMPLETED} - A SIRIUS BLACK SERIES

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER {COMPLETED} - A REMUS LUPIN SERIES

NOT A CHANCE, POTTER {COMPLETED} - A JAMES POTTER SERIES

WEDDING {COMPLETED} A SKANDAR KEYNES SERIES

ONE MORE NIGHT {COMPLETED} - A SIRIUS BLACK SERIES

OCEAN EYES {COMPLETED} - A JAMES POTTER SERIES

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❌ ANTI ❌

I recently took a art prompt generator which gave me “ A hooded figure with glowing red eyes “.Right afterwards,I got inspired to draw the first character with the sword then drew two more characters!

My new original characters ,from left to right, are Jayden,Maximus and Liam.



Here,I’ll start describing the main backstory:


In the future,a group of Information security analysts and Malware analysts decided to create these beings called ANTI.Once they create one,the ANTI can choose their appearance,their voice and their main weapon.(They cannot choose their personality).Their purpose is to eliminate viruses,hackers,worms,trojan horses,etc, inside computers,mobile devices and other technologies.They can either travel inside technology or in the real world to track down hackers and other living threats.When they’re killed,they get to respawn into the nearest checkpoint,which is only in safe areas inside devices.


Their main home,whenever they would like to rest or meet up with others,is inside the analysts computer,which is also considered their lobby.


Here’s some mini backstories for each of the three characters:
Jayden :

When he was created,he had no trouble choosing his outfit and his main weapon.Thought,he had a few difficulties picking a voice for himself.When someone wanted a conversation with him,he would speak with a broken glitched tone,which usually indicates a missing voice for ANTI.The others would say that he has to pick because of how unpleasant and distracting it sounds.Jayden would then feel pressured so he decided to not speak at all while still having a missing voice.It then became a thing.


Maximus : 

He’s considered as The Greatest among the ANTI.Because of his strategies,leadership,cooperation,confidence and positivity,others respect him and follows his examples.Though,whenever he gets serious,no one tries to confront him. Maximus has trouble respecting ANTI who harasses others because they all have to work as a team.They’re all meant to keep technology safe from threats instead of making themselves threats to their own kind.


Liam :

He’s basically rebellious.He’s mostly seen with his group of friends and sees himself on a pedestal.He may be a good fighter but his narcissism is shit.Liam wants to be as good as The Greatest or even better than him.He tends to see himself bigger than others who are like Jayden,others that are different by how they are. He also tends to pressure Jayden because of his broken voice and his choice of being mute.

Seventeen’s 2nd Anniversary Awards
  • The Friendship Award: Kim Mingyu (the member who contributed to the cooperation of Seventeen with his excellent arbitration skills) 
  • The Pro Gamer Award: Lee Jihoon (despite his busy schedule, this member never fails to play smartphone mobile games and online computer games) 
  • The Nobel Prize: Kwon Soonyoung (the member who has displayed creative ideas and has shown his wits) 
  • The Trust Award: Choi Seungcheol (the member who showed his trustworthiness) 
  • The Random Award: Wen Junhui (this member, despite his good looks, with his random actions and words got a big laugh from everyone) 
  • The God of Liberty Award: Chwe Hansol (this member is unique with his free spirit and god-like looks; he’s done good for this world) 
  • The Smile Award: Lee Seokmin (this member always smiles brightly and gives happy energy to those who see it) 
  • The Boy Who Cries Sheep Award: Yoon Jeonghan (the member who made the other members stronger with his pranks) 
  • The Unexpected Award: Hong Jisoo (the member who has unexpected attractiveness, contrary to his gentle image)
  • The Fashion Leader Award: Xu Minghao (with legs that are more superior to those of a model and his unique fashion sense, this member has become a joy to the eyes of fans) 
  • The Adult Award: Lee Chan (from the cutest and youngest of Seventeen, this member has grown up to be a fine man) 
  • The Beyond Imagination Award: Jeon Wonwoo (the member who makes four-dimensional jokes that are unimaginable) 
  • The Golden Microphone Award: Boo Seungkwan (to appreciate when this member showed some funny sides of himself; because of this member, whenever Seventeen appears on entertainment shows, things progress very smoothly)