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Runic Magic or Divination uses stones with alphabetic symbols that are used to predict one´s future. They are from different materials and usually kept in a pouch.

Like Ryley and Ishani found out,  a symbol can mean different things , you need to pick the meaning that applies more to the person who made the question and it also depends on the circle it falls. Be it your “Self”, “Influences”, or “Future Events”. The combination of the runes that fell are the answer to the question. 

✧*:・゚Remember that above all,  it takes time and practice. Remember to be open to different methods and always charge the runes with the energy of the one who asks. *:・゚✧

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for @lgbtincomics’s pride month challenge 2017

Day 13: underappreciated character - Laura Wilson/Persephone

The stranger in the mirror looks back. I wish I was her. She looks like a god.”

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15 Comic Books You Had No Idea Were Being Adapted For The Screen
CBR sheds some light on 15 little known comics that are hitting either TV or the big screen sometime soon!
  • After The Wicked and The Divine won three Eisner Award nominations, the books were optioned by Universal Television, with Matt Fraction and Kelly Sue DeConnick’s Milkfed Criminal Masterminds production company. Production is expected to start in 2018. 
  • Valiant is working on creating their own cinematic universe, starting with Harbinger and Bloodshot, their sequels and, eventually, a group of crossover films featuring all of their properties. 
  • Due to the popularity of Lumberjanes and the critical acclaim it received, 20th Century Fox has already optioned the comic book, with Will Widger (The Munchkin) attached to the script. Fox also is apparently trying to recruit a female director before moving forward with casting. 
  • Terry Moore and filmmaker Angela Robinson are partnering to adapt the Strangers In Paradise graphic novel into film. Described as a “sexy, stylish crime story with tons of heart,” production is expected to begin in 2018. 
  • An animated series is currently in the works for the women of Rat Queens with Wiebe attached as its writer.