beyond their record breaking success in digital and physical sales, their amazing impact on the cf and idol industry, their brand name power that brought money and popularity to the hallyu wave, their massively successful tours, and their incredible number of korean and worldwide awards- girls’ generation’s important impact on the younger generation of female idols is what cements them both as icons and legends in the industry. their legacy is something that cannot be easily replaced of forgotten. girls’ generation have set a golden standard in what girl groups want to achieve and what entertainment companies aim to duplicate. girls genelegends indeed.
Nowadays, everyone’s juggling an offline and online persona. But only one hero is a literal marriage of technology and man. Half human, half machine, Victor Stone is Cyborg, a digital and physical tank—and a true superhero for the modern age.
5. Selkie AU There were things Kili expected to find on the island: solitude, the sound of waves against the rocks, and maybe with a bit of time and luck some peace of mind. But he never predicted tangled blond hair or the taste of sea salt on Fili’s skin.
[INFO] Inkigayo (on March 19th)
on GOT7′s comeback week
and Music Bank (on March 10th) won’t air. Next week, on March 17th performances that were planned for March 10th will air. So GOT7′s performance won’t air on their comeback week.
Inkigayo won’t air because of a sports event. Music Bank is cancelled because of SK President Park’s impeachment.
That means there are 2 music shows GOT7 might appear on their comeback week: Music Core (on March 18th) and Mcountdown (on March 16th). JYPE hasn’t announced it officially yet.
REMINDER: An artist can’t win on music shows on the first week of promotion. They can win on the second week - their points from digital sales, physical sales, points for broadcast from the PREVIOUS WEEK are counted. There’s also viewers’ voting.
Get ready to fall in love this Spring! Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds is out on May 16th for North America and May 19th for Europe for the PlayStation Vita system! It will be available as a digital and a physical release and compatible with the PSTV.
if you’re a witch who, for whatever reason, has to hide your practices and magical research, consider investing in a small eReader. I recommend a Kindle for this, or the (free) smartphone Kindle app. Then, you can read witchcraft-related books to your heart’s content without having them lying around waiting to be found, and nobody but you will ever see the covers!
Also, Kindle books, particularly those about witchcraft, tend to be less expensive than their print counterparts. Most cost $10, whereas you’d likely spend at least $15 for the print copy. If you actually get an actual eReader or Kindle, it’ll be a bit more expensive to get started with this, but there’s also the apps for smartphones, which are usually free.
I think this is a great way to maintain privacy and save money. With my Kindle I would read all kinds of books about alchemy, witchcraft, and ceremonial magick. If anyone asked what I was reading, I’d just say, “Oh, Hunger Games,” or “Lord of the Rings!” Right now, my library is almost entirely digital because what physical books I had are in storage in Ohio since I moved to Poland.
I realize not everyone likes eBooks, and that’s okay, too, but I personally think they’re great and quite useful. Either way, do what works for you, but consider this option if you’ve got to be secretive!
A long organized list of all of my love spells by purpose and categories. It should be known the only love magic I practice and write for is consenting love spells between two partners. I do not support forcing another to have feelings for you. My spells are mostly to improve love, self love, and passion between two individuals.
As many of you must be aware Produce 101 is starting with its second season consisting of only males this time. The participants of this show have both trainees and already debuted boy group members. Among them is NU’EST’s JR, Baekho, Minhyun and Ren. NU’EST are already 5 years in to their debut career and are partaking in a show for trainees and hoobae groups. Please let this sink in.
Official statements released by Pledis claim that this decision made by the members. There is no certainty to this so let’s consider both sides.
Say Pledis made them enter this show. Not only is it a slap to all the hard work and toil NU’EST were put through in Japan and Korea, it is embarrassing to the members. For their company to neglect them on their promotions throughout the majority of their careers and then throw them in to a show for rookie trainees is pathetic and undermines their efforts and ability.
Let’s assume the statement is honest, the members wanted to take part. This is an even more pitiful situation. The fact that members must go to such lengths to be known and accepted in their country when their 5 years of releasing quality music did nothing for them. It must have had a lot of thought and there’s no doubt about it; they are desperate. To quote what Ren wrote, “I’m a very desperate person who really wants to do well now! I will make producer nim happy by working extremely hard!! Please give me lots of love ♥
”. 2012-groups and younger are rising and achieving far more. NU’EST were falling behind long ago but to consider entering this program amidst their anniversary to start over afresh is painful to see.
Many people on here confess to enjoying NU’EST’s music but their promos suck.
They confess that Pledis screwed them over and don’t care for them. That they’re scared NU’EST would disband.
Many say they want NU’EST to succeed and do well, that they’re so underrated. That they had such promising potential, only to be done wrong by their own company.
There have even been cases where NU’EST has saved you.
This time they are the ones that need saving. To get to this point they are desperately in need of you, their LOVEs. Please, I ask that you support them once the shows starts on April 7th. They need your votes and support. Don’t assume they will get in just because they’ve debuted already. If anything it’ll be harder.People will think and expect them to do well and not vote. You need to be active. Unlike other times where it is tricky with digital scores and physical scores, this is very simple. Log in and vote. That’s all. This tiny action is vital to NU’EST surviving in the show. If they don’t do well, it’ll only be more hard on the members, both mentally and emotionally.
To all the people who want to help them but didn’t know how to, all the people who don’t listen to them as much but still root for them and all those who continuously mention ‘STAN NU’EST!!!1!1!’, this is your chance. This is their chance. Please don’t let this huge opportunity for them to go to. Vote for Kim Jonghyun, Kang Dongho, Hwang Minhyun and Choi Minki.
Hello and welcome to the 21 day Kemetic Challenge! Feel free to do as much or as little of it as you wish! And if any questions don’t quite apply to you, you can always answer them hypothetically and say what you would do if it did apply! Most importantly though, have fun!
Day 1: What drew you to kemeticism? When did you realize that it was for you?
Day 2: Are you a reconstructionist, revivalist, or more modern kemetic, and why?
Day 3: Are you practicing independently or with a group or community? Why did you choose this? Do you think it would ever change?
Day 4: Which gods are you devoted to or worship? And which other ones are you interested in in any way?
Day 5: How do you communicate with your gods? Can you hear their voices in your head as thoughts, do you get feelings or emotions, or anything else?
Day 6: Talk about your relationships with your gods. How do you build these relationships? What are they like to you?
Day 7: What kinds of things do you offer to your gods? What do they like? Do you give universal offerings, or something for each one separately?
Day 8: Are there any activities that you devote to your gods?
Day 9: Do you devote music or playlists to your gods? What kind of music do you play for them?
Day 10: Are there any gods you work with or talk to that you’re not devoted to or worship?
Day 11: Talk about your shrine. Is it digital or physical, or both? What kinds of things are on it? Do you make any of it yourself?
Day 12: Have you set up any other devotional items or spaces around your room or house?
Day 13: Are there any jewelry or objects you wear or carry?
Day 14: Do you own any kemetic or egyptian books? Are they digital or physical or both?
Day 15: How important to you is correct terminology?
Day 16: Are there any rituals that you regularly perform?
Day 17: Do you honor your ancestors or the dead in general, or no?
Day 18: Are there any holidays you celebrate? Which ones?
Day 19: Do you use heka in any way? How do you utilize it?
Day 20: Do you keep a journal for your journey and experiences?
Day 21: And to top it all off with a bang, how do you live in Ma’at? What kinds of things do you do or say or believe that help you with this? Talk a little about your lifestyle and what you do to live in Ma’at.
HALOSCOPE is a new, volunteer-run zine for young creatives + a digital/physical concept. as of right now, we are looking for staff writers who can create original + intriguing content, from articles on film to culture to art to music to style, along with think-pieces, original art and poetry, etc.
if you are interested, you can apply here, and the application period officially closes on MARCH 31ST. thank you!