compass and the square

BTS Ships Astrology Analysis - Yoonseok/Sope

In this series, I’ll be doing full, detailed, very long compatibility and synastry analyses on various pairings in BTS. These aren’t necessarily romantic or platonic, I’ll just be looking at the dynamics of their relationship. Feel free to leave a comment of which ship you’d like to see next!

  • ah where do i start with these two!
  • i think this is an v v compatible pairing, probably one of the most out of the group
  • when you look at their charts it’s really no wonder why their bond is so sweet

Originally posted by yoonseokismyreligion

Planet Compatibility

  • hoseok is an aquarius-pisces cusp, meaning he displays traits from both signs. i think this is why he molds so well with yoongi’s pisces sun. they both have a compassionate, whimsical personality and share a similar outlook on life. and with pisces being a creative sign, there’s no wonder they create amazing music together
  • venus determines what you look for in a partner, and hoseok’s pisces venus draws him instantly to yoongi. he is attracted by the sensitive soft type, and yoongi is exactly that. in many ways, he views yoongi as his ideal type.
  • yoongi’s aries venus wants someone active, fun, and independent. hoseok’s aquarius sun and mars provide that excitement that makes him tick

Originally posted by pastelyoonseok

Keep reading

Hey there! Yesterday we reach 5k, so, first of all, thank you so much!! We are so grateful we want to do something special for you, and we were inspired by the Easter Blog Awards run by the lovely @juliasacads so, we decide to create our own blog awards!

The point of this awards is to get to know you all a bit more and of course, promote you! All you have to do is reblog this post, it would be nice if you were following us, but we won’t check. Easy right?

All the winners will get:

  •  A follow from us (if we are not already following you!)
  • +100 queue/reblog posts
  • 1 screenie or self-promo (the one that you prefer)
  • You’ll have a permanent link in our favorites blog section on our blog (which will do after the awards)
  • Two new friends!!

We decided to create a few categories so we’ll get more winners! In every category will be two or three winners, it’ll depend on the number of participants! So, here you have the categories:

  • Super pencil (Favorite URL)
  • Gold compass (Favorite icon)
  • Stronger structure (Favorite theme)
  • Harder Brick (Favorite posts)
  • Squarer square (Best Handwriting)
  • Straighter line (Favorite notes)
  • Golden square (Favorite Bujo)
  • Golden plans (Cutest doodles)
  • Rounderer circle (Favorite originals)
  • Harder concrete (Favorite stationary)
  • Brilliant mind (Favorite masterpost)
  • Cuter cuter (Best Printables)
  • Rise up architect (Favorite study place)
  • Architect in process (Favorite baby blog (less than 1K))
  • Architect of the year (Nicest blogger)

If you have original content you can add the tag in the tags, and if you’re less that 1K and you want to enter in Favorite baby blog, mention it in the tags too! We can’t wait to see all of your blogs and to hear more from all of you! And of course, if you want to ask us anything or just wanna talk, we’re always here for you! 

We also have to give credit to the amazing @narglestudies for making the lettering of architstudy, we’re absolutely in love with it! You can also find the plant doodles of the banner in our doodles post here!

You can participate till 1 of June, and the winners will be announced a week later (we’ll be on holiday already yaaay!)

Notice Mary Magdalene with her three children at the bottom of this picture, flanked by two women of the Jerusalem Church, representing the sacred feminine in the forefront of Jachin and Boaz, with dozens of masonic symbols, including the beehive, square and compass, spring of acacia, plumb, level, scythe, Jacob’s ladder, lamb, rough and smooth ashlars, point within a circle, anchor, cable-tow, ark of the covenant, lost key, past master symbol, noah’s ark, trowel, vitruvian base, venus (pentalpha/pentagram), mercury/alchemy star (star of David/Jewish star),  The Hierophant Tau Cross, mosaic pavement, three steps (degrees), the Sun, and the Divine Shekhinah in the center of the Holy of Holies, the inner chamber of Solomon’s Temple; this represents the Venus/Mercury conjunction with the Sun.  There are more symbols here, but these are just off the top of my head and what I can recognize. One of my favorite paintings, for various reasons. 

- Richard E. Gordon III 32 PHA, Knight Kadosh and Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret

anonymous asked:

Hey! I was wondering if you could explain what a libertarian socialist is? My understanding of libertarians was they they were masked conservatives! I'm not trying to disrespect your political view point at all, I'm just curious :o

yeah np! libertarian socialism falls under the libertarian left square of a political compass (ignore for the time being that political compasses kinda suck and cant accurately map out all ideologies). libertarian socialism itself is also a broad thing but most libertarian socialists advocate for a limited or nonexistent state under socialism, workers control of the means of production (rather than state ownership), etc. basically the opposite of “authoritarian communism” ppl think of. libertarian was orignally a leftist term used by anarchists and socialists DECADES before the modern usage, which conservatives and capitalists coopted from us, which is why people associate “libertarian” with conservatives. again theres a lot of more specific ideologies under the umbrella of libertarian leftism (anarchism, council communism, luxemburgism, and what have u) but thats like a basic idea of it. libertarian socialism is really good and u should look more into it if u want

The animosity between Trump supporters and neocons within the GOP actually serves as (yet another) good example of the political compass’ many shortcomings. Both would be placed squarely in the authoritarian right square, likely quite close to one another, but they’re still entirely different ideologically due to a dimension of ideology not captured on the chart: internationalism vs. nationalism

Drink to That

Not quite up to what you asked for but I’m tired… sorry. D:

(also on AO3)


Norway stared at the old sword in his hands before quietly placing it back in the large wooden box. It had seen better days. Or worse if you looked at it differently.

There had been a time when he was so ready to die at any moment with that weapon in his hands - for glory and for his people.

However, these days he didn’t really feel like jumping head first into battle unless it was really needed.

Norway closed the old wooden chest carefully, resuming his search for a while longer before calling it a day and making his way down the ladder.

“Did you find the brooch?” Denmark asked once Norway climbed down from the attic.

“No, must have stored it some-place else…” Norway shrugged.

“Aww shame,” Denmark sighed.

Keep reading

theres a lot. im sorry it took so long


for those who dont know ill explain some of these things and why their bad for him to say

the little grid is the political compass test, the blue square is authoritarian right, which is basically really fucking shitty 

person who sent this to me is japanese and its referencing Hiroshima and nagasaki nuclear bombings

and other questions you can send ask

Brain: hey, you really want to write that fic in which Bucky and Seb get magically swapped into each other’s universes for a day and inadvertently solve each other’s romantic problems, right?

Brain: here, let’s start right now, instead of grading these papers!


No time, no time, and Steve wouldn’t hear him—communicator damage—

Bucky threw himself off the parking structure. Let himself fall. Sunlight skittered off his arm as he dove. Like wings.

He caught the flying blue orb just before it would’ve collided with Steve’s ridiculous rippling back. Landed squarely in the palm of his human hand; he himself landed in a breathless bruised-rib heap at Steve’s feet, and then took out a supervillain goon with one low deflected shot from the metal hand. Not a kill. Incapacitating.

Steve spun around. “Buck—where’d you even—oh shit, Bucky, you’re hurt, your leg—”

Hadn’t noticed. Pain not so much registering. Not a Hydra remnant, just the simple plain truth that Bucky Barnes would run on a broken femur to make himself into a human shield for Steve Rogers, who never watched his own damn back.

Keep reading


Day 3 of the Universi-tea challenge! Today I’m showing you guys what I am going to be carrying around in my schoolbag. I do have a locker in school so obviously I wont be carrying all of these around every day, but these are all the items i’m going to be using over the course of the year and currently have in my school bag

     - The schoolbag that I own is the Jansport Big Student backpack. I really love this backpack. I had my previous Jansport backpack for the past two years and it’s still in great condition, I just wanted a change for the upcoming year. This backpack was fairly pricey but I really think it’s worth it for the quality of the bag. These backpacks come in really cute designs and they’re super practical, with tons of pockets

     - The first thing I have in my bag is my copybooks. Im taking 7 classes this year so I have a large copy book which I will be using for taking my notes for each of the classes and I have 5 smaller copybooks which i will be using in the subjects where I need to hand up homework or assignments.

     - The second thing I have is some textbooks. These textbooks are for French and Biology. I’m going to be getting the rest of my textbooks when I return to school as for subjects like English and  Mathematics, we have to decide which level we are going to be doing, higher level or ordinary level, on the first day we go back before we get our textbooks

     - Next I have my bullet journal and my homework journal which my school supplies. Both of these items are staple items for me in school. Once I get my work for a class I immediately write it down in my journal so I don’t forget it and then when I get home I write down in detail my work for the night 

     - The next things I have are some general items I need for classes. Included here are my two experiment copy books I need for biology and chemistry. In these copy books I take down the mandatory experiments I need for my science classes. I also have my music manuscript copy which I need for music class, and my formulas and tables book which contains valuable formulas for maths class. Finally I have my flashcards. I like to carry my blank flashcards around in a small blue A5 folder so they are protected in my bad

     - Next I have some practical bits which I carry around in the front pocket of my bag. I have my calculator which is a daily essential, some paperclips and my mathematical set with my compass and set squares. I also have some stuff for annotating my notes. I purchased all of these in Tesco

     - Finally I have all my writing utensils including my pencil case, my muji pen case with all of my muji gel ink pens, some stadeler pencils, some markers and fineliners and my new zebra mildliners

Hope you all enjoyed hearing what I carry around in my school bag! Please make sure to send me a message if you’ve any questions about my things or where to get anything x 


I had the chance to see this extraordinary exhibit in 2013 in D.C. You were not allowed to take photographs, otherwise they would be populating this post, but here are some random images from the web.  There were many fascinating things on display, however I was delighted to find Masonic square and compass symbols among the captured wreckage. At first I just thought it was the ships barber surgeon, James Ferguson, a Scot from Paisley, who was a Jacobite. (There is a strong historical connection to Freemasonry and the Jacobite diaspora). However, upon learning more about Sam Bellamy and Hendrick Quintor, and about their use of Robin Hood legend and Skull and Crossbones (first time this is used as a pirate flag to my knowledge), I began to see a different picture!… Anyway, I will leave it at that for now ;) Happy Hunting! - REGIII32 PHA


Here is Amazon’s brief description of the book that went along with the exhibit.

“The riveting story of the slave ship Whydah,captured by pirates and later sunk in a fierce storm off the coast of Massachusetts, energizes this lavish companion book to a unique exhibition on a five-year U.S. tour. Packed with plunder from more than 50 captured ships, the Whydah was discovered by underwater explorer Barry Clifford in 1984. Now, for the first time, its treasure holds are unlocked for public view.

More than 200 items were retrieved from the ocean floor: the telltale ship’s bell, inscribed “Whydah Galley 1716”; coins and jewelry, buttons and cufflinks; muskets, cannons, and swords; everyday objects including teakettles and tableware, gaming tokens, and clay pipes. The artifacts provide an unprecedented glimpse into the raucous world of 18th-century pirating and shed light on the link between the slave trade and piracy during those tumultuous times.

Built to transport human captives from Africa to the Caribbean, the Whydah made one such voyage before being captured in 1717 by Sam Bellamy, the boldest pirate of his day. Two months later, in one of the worst nor'easters ever, the ship sank, drowning all but 2 of the 146 people aboard. For anyone intrigued by the lore of piracy, the mystery of shipwrecks, or the sad and salty intertwining of slave and pirate history, Real Pirates has the answers.” -


Day 1 -Genesis

I will be taking you through the surrounding Angkor temples first, then slowly move inwards, and finally end with a video tour of what the entire temple complex revolves around, the center of Angkor Wat.

Let us today begin where all life begins, sex.
A recurring symbol found throughout the Angkor complex is the Lingam/Yoni union.

The rod symbolizes Shivas phallus, and has three parts. The round top part symbolizes Shiva, the hexagonal mid section symbolizes Vishnu, and the square base symbolizes Brahma

The square hollowed stone that the linga sits in is called a Yoni, and it symbolizes Shakti’s vagina. Both symbols together symbolize creation.

Notice how if one was to look at it from directly above, and then from that perspective draw it in 2 dimensions, one might use a square and compass ;)

Like, share and follow to join me on my journey through the symbolism of the worlds largest religious monument.

All photos except the white shiva lingam where taken by Mr Gott

Hit that ♡ if you learned something new or knew it all already!

Follow for endless decyphering of ancient symbols!

& Share to support this project!