Realm of Eternity: Part 6

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Rowan laid on his back in his bed. His eyes were closed, but he could not sleep.

It had been almost impossible for him to sleep in a bed since Aelin was taken. He’d taken instead to remaining in hawk form and perching on one of the masts outside, letting the sea winds soothe him to sleep as it rustled his feathers.

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This is a real radar screen of #MH370 airplace which suddenly disappeared out of thin air on its way from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia to Beijing. There were no distress signal, indications of rough weather, or other signs of trouble when the plane was reported missing. The pilots communicated with the Air Traffic Control without showing any discommode sign in their voices. List of passengers:

1. China / Taiwan – 152, plus 1 infant / 1

2. Malaysia - 38

3. Indonesia - 7

4. Australia - 6

5. France - 3

6. United States – 3, including 1 infant*

7. New Zealand - 2

8. Ukraine - 2

9. Canada - 2

10. Russia - 1

11. Italy - 1

12. India - 5

13. Netherlands - 1

14. Austria - 1

Source: Malaysia Airlines

There is no sign the plane or any clue where it might have crashed found as we speak.

hinata is a small ball of sunshine

“If I am the main character of my own story you’re going to have some chapters that are rough weather. And that’s great because it makes for a great story. You just have to know that you’re going to come out better on the other side of that storm- whatever that may be. And you’re gonna come out of it wiser than you started.” - Thomas Sanders ( thatsthat24

Icelandic Magical Staves

Vegvísir (roughly translated as “road map”) is a sigil to guide travellers and keep them safe on journeys even in harsh weather.

There is only a single leaf of manuscript which documents this sigil in the Huld Manuscript (collected in 1847 but dating from much earlier). Along with a drawing of the sigil (above), accompanied with it’s name, there is a single line to describe it:

“If this sign is carried, one will never lose one’s way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known.”