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Disney Movies that I have seen

Snow White and the seven dwarfs

Originally posted by gameraboy

Pinocchio

Originally posted by disneyasastrology

Dumbo

Originally posted by oupacademic

Bambi

Originally posted by onlydisney

Cinderella

Originally posted by disnyedreamworks

Alice in Wonderland

Originally posted by duke-of-bretagne

Peter Pan

Originally posted by thecrystalaid

Lady and the Tramp

Originally posted by kittenandpuppiesandshit

Sleeping Beauty

Originally posted by lady-arryn

One Hundred and One Dalmatians

Originally posted by disneymoviesanywhere

The sword in the stone

Originally posted by silverspaceastronaut

The Jungle Book

Originally posted by octopussoir-

The Aristocats

Originally posted by foreverdisneygifs

Robin Hood

Originally posted by the-disney-elite

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 

Originally posted by neverland-789

The Rescuers

Originally posted by mesharemylove

The Fox and the Hound

Originally posted by keldelel

The Black Cauldron

Originally posted by animated-disney-gifs

The Great Mouse Detective

Originally posted by dailychildhood

Oliver & Company

Originally posted by thedisneyportal

The Little Mermaid

Originally posted by gameraboy

The Rescuers Down Under

Originally posted by silvanfolk

Beauty and the Beast

Originally posted by disnyedreamworks

Aladdin

Originally posted by gameraboy

The Lion King

Originally posted by disneylandwheredreamscometrue

A Goofy Movies

Originally posted by the-disney-elite

Pocahontas

Originally posted by kawaiiaoiichigo

Toy Story

Originally posted by dorkly

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Originally posted by animacia

Hercules

Originally posted by lefantasyland

Mulan

Originally posted by thecrewblr

A Bug’s Life

Originally posted by kpfun

Tarzan

Originally posted by disneywonderlandblog-blog

Toy Story 2

Originally posted by musicalhog

The Emperor’s New Groove

Originally posted by dailyhappylife

Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Originally posted by curvecreation

Monsters, Inc.

Originally posted by expertinawkward

Lilo & Stitch

Originally posted by animations-daily

Treasure Planet

Originally posted by swordleg

The Jungle Book 2

Originally posted by revire

Finding Nemo

Originally posted by you-wanna-kiss-the-girl

Brother Bear

Originally posted by pocdisneys

Home on the Range

Originally posted by fydisneymisfits

The Incredibles

Originally posted by all-things-disney-gifs

Chicken Little

Originally posted by disney-strology

Cars

Originally posted by disneypixar

Meet the Robinsons

Originally posted by movies-quotes

Ratatouille

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs

Wall E

Originally posted by tylenolannister

Up

Originally posted by disneypixar

The princess and the frog

Originally posted by pocdisneys

Toy Story 3

Originally posted by animations-daily

Tangled

Originally posted by couplenotes

Cars 2

Originally posted by barryallensboyfriend

Brave

Originally posted by thatmagicdisney

Wreck-It Ralph

Originally posted by flyingpochama948

Monsters University

Originally posted by disneypixar

Frozen

Originally posted by likeadisneyprincess

Big Hero 6

Originally posted by whatgifuck

Inside Out

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs

Zootopia

Originally posted by judithwilde

Finding Dory

Originally posted by dianekeatonfan

Moana

Originally posted by tarajis

“I wouldn’t say I’m a Disney fanatic, but I do wish 1977-88 wasn’t referred to as the, “Dark Ages” of Disney. The Black Cauldron, Fox and the Hound, and The Great Mouse Detective were my favorite movies when I was little. While they may not appear to be as spectacular as other Disney movies, they still worked some magic on this girl and I still love them.”

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Disney’s Ladies

This is a collage of all of the female characters in chronological order in all Disney Films (excluding Studio Ghibli).

Note: I included all human-esque characters so no talking animals. If the character is an animal but acts and talks like a human (Maid Marrion), I included them. But I didn’t include female animals that act like animals but can talk. This is a collage of just Disney’s ladies and not animals. I’m hoping I didn’t forget any characters but that is possible. I grouped some characters if it was easier and if it was hard to find pictures of them separated. Also, I wrote all the movies that were included in that picture as a caption if you’re wondering. 

Wicca For Beginners: Wand or Athame?

Image Credit: Foxes-cauldron, link now deleted, links to a reblogged page

One of the first really practical questions that most beginner Wiccans will come across is a pretty simple one: which tool represents the element of Fire, the wand, or the athame?

The answer is actually quite a simple one: whichever tool represents Fire to you! Now, you might think that’s a pretty silly thing to make a whole post over, but it’s not; Wicca is a religion in which what you personally interpret and believe is of supreme importance, especially for solitaries and beginners. Ritual tools are our fundamental connection to the Divine, and so we should probably get to know them before we use them!

But, why might you associate each with Fire or Air? Here are a few properties for you!

Athames:

  • The dagger, the symbolic knife to sever connections between objects and between planes. Cutting is an aggressive move, something we normally attribute to Fire.
  • Its keen edge bisects the air around it, and is itself so fine that it cannot directly be seen; one does not see the edge of the knife, rather, they see where the blade becomes the edge, but not the edge itself. This is a very Air-like property.
  • Knives are harmful things, and daggers are intended to be weapons. This is a Fire property.
  • Knives are also extremely useful tools, and can be used for many years without ever once cutting flesh. This is an Air property.

Wands:

  • The wand is traditionally made of wood, which will of course burn. Should Fire really be directed by a tool that could burn in its own element? This would be an Air property.
  • Sticks of dowelling, made of wood and often the basis for many wands, can be used with skill to create a fire from nothing but human endeavour and wood. This is a Fire property.
  • The shape of a wand is one that directs and flows, like the currents of the air itself. It curves and swoops, rather than coming to a sharp, angular point like the dagger. This is an Air property.
  • The long, rod-like shape of a wand represents the poker, one of the core tools of a fire in a hearth. This represents fire under human control and is therefore a Fire property.

There are of course many more arguments for both sides! Personally, I use a wand for Air and an athame (pronounced ah-thuh-may) for Fire, but I know others who use the reverse!

– Juniper

Hey, is there any Disney blogs that reblog/post a lot of underrated Disney movies such as…

  • Treasure Planet
  • Atlantis
  • Brother Bear
  • The Black Cauldron
  • Meet the Robinsons
  • The Great Mouse Detective
  • The Sword in the Stone
  • Robin Hood
  • The Rescuers
  • The Rescuers Down Under
  • Any Package Film
  • The Fox and the Hound
  • Heck, even Dumbo.

If you do, like or reblog this post and I’ll check out your blog and most likely follow you! Thank-you :D

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TIM BURTON

1958-

Country of Origin: U.S.A.

Training:  California Institute of the Arts

Notable Works: The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy & Other Stories (1987), Beetlejuice (1988), Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Frankenweenie (2012)

Known primarily as an Academy Award-winning director of iconic films like Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, and Batman, Tim Burton began his career in traditional animation. He worked on films like The Black Cauldron, The Fox and the Hound, and Tron for Disney, but ultimately felt a pull in a different direction. His work is dark, yet whimiscal, taking influence from artists like Edward Gorey and Quentin Blake.