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 my name / its meaning  [x] “ favour” or “grace”                                                                              western zodiac  [x] taurus                                                                                                                chinese zodiac  [x] year of ox                                                                                                                    celtic zodiac  [xhawthorn - the illusionist                                                                                              myers-briggs type indicator  [x]: infp                                                                                                        the four temperaments [x]: melancholic
 enneagram [x]: 4w5 - the individualist
 soul type [x]: artisan          

the influence of your birthday

did you know your birthday is under the governance of a planet? so this means the day of the week you were born will influence your personality:

calculate on which day you were born here: x

Monday: ruled by the moon, monday born people are sensitive, intuitive, emotional and romantic people, seeking their one true love

Tuesday: ruled by mars, tuesday born people have strong personalities and are real fighters, fighting either for success, love or anything really, they don’t give up easily

Wednesday: ruled by mercury, wednesday born people are very smart and have amazing communication skills but have also workaholics tendencies

Thursday: ruled by jupiter, thursday born people are family oriented and are very generous, honest, freedom loving people 

Friday: ruled by venus, friday born people are harmonious people destined to art, fashion and creativity and have a weakness for luxury

Saturday: ruled by saturn, saturday born people are typical individualists and prefer to be alone but have great organisation skills

Sunday: ruled by sun, sunday born people have a strong leadership potential and are very vain and proud

read more about the day you were born here: x

I don’t like ass kissers, flag wavers or team players. I like people who buck the system. Individualists. I often warn people: “Somewhere along the way, someone is going to tell you, ‘There is no "I” in team.’ What you should tell them is, 'Maybe not. But there is an “I” in independence, individuality and integrity.’“ Avoid teams at all cost. Keep your circle small. Never join a group that has a name. If they say, "We’re the So-and-Sos,” take a walk. And if, somehow, you must join, if it’s unavoidable, such as a union or a trade association, go ahead and join. But don’t participate; it will be your death. And if they tell you you’re not a team player, congratulate them on being observant.
—  George Carlin

Illustrations by Patrick Seymour

From his studio in Montreal, Quebec, digital artist Patrick Seymour (Behance) creates a stunning collection of individualistic art. The line work in his prints is mighty impressive, with streaks of electric blue and hot pink used to form familiar shapes in unfamiliar ways.

Peter and the Farm

Play Here!!!

Peter Dunning is a rugged individualist in the extreme, a hard-drinking loner and former artist who has burned bridges with his wives and children and whose only company, even on harsh winter nights, are the sheep, cows, and pigs he tends on his Vermont farm. Peter is also one of the most complicated, sympathetic documentary subjects to come along in some time,


Doctor Strange 

Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk     

Harry Benson: Shoot First   

The Eagle Huntress  


Hacksaw Ridge


Almost Christmas   

Office Christmas Party 



mythology meme:  [1/6] creatures or beings

↳ Faeries

Faeries are generally described as human in appearance and having magical powers. Their origins are less clear in the folklore, being variously dead, or some form of angel, or a species completely independent of humans or angels. Folklorists have suggested that their actual origin lies in a conquered race living in hiding, or in religious beliefs that lost currency with the advent of Christianity. These explanations are not always mutually incompatible, and they may be traceable to multiple sources. (x)


MOST PASSIONATE: aries, scorpio, capricorn, pisces

MOST WORDLY: aries, gemini, virgo, libra, aquarius

MOST INDIVIDUALISTIC: gemini, leo, virgo, sagittarius, capricorn, aquarius

MOST DEPENDABLE: cancer, virgo, libra, capricorn

MOST DREAMY: libra, scorpio, aquarius, pisces

MOST EXOTIC: aries, gemini, sagittarius, aquarius

MOST EXCITABLE: aries, gemini, cancer, aquarius

MOST WARM-HEARTED: taurus, cancer, leo, libra, pisces

MOST CHARMING: taurus, gemini, libra, aquarius

MOST ELEGANT: virgo, leo, capricorn, pisces

MOST SPIRITED: aries, leo, libra, sagittarius

MOST SPUNKY: aries, gemini, scorpio, leo, aquarius

MOST SENSUOUS: taurus, cancer, scorpio

MOST BREEZY: gemini, libra, sagittarius, aquarius

MOST FLAMBOYANT: leo, libra, scorpio, aquarius

Are we creating an era of ever larger and more intrusive government?

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Ascendent Signs
  • Aries Ascendent: direct and aggressive approach to life and others
  • Taurus Ascendent: slow and stubborn approach to life and others
  • Gemini Ascendent: curious and talkative approach to life and others
  • Cancer Ascendent: sensitive and defensive approach to life and others
  • Leo Ascendent: dramatic and playful approach to life and others
  • Virgo Ascendent: calculated and rational approach to life and others
  • Libra Ascendent: polite and diplomatic approach to life and others
  • Scorpio Ascendent: dark and secretive approach to life and others
  • Sagittarius Ascendent: optimistic and idealistic approach to life and others
  • Capricorn Ascendent: responsible and realistic approach to life and others
  • Aquarius Ascendent: rebellious and individualistic approach to life and others
  • Pisces Ascendent: dreamy and romanticised approach to life and others

It’s all about self-empowerment
these days,
and it’s great to be a self-reliant

It is. I do agree, but there’s more.

Before you make your ode
to the individual,
may I ask

Have you ever been hugged before?

Have you ever been kissed before?

You don’t have to climb
Mount Everest
alone –
                                  to feel on top
                                    of the world.

Summit - M.A. Tempels © 2016


Fandom Sorting Hat

Cordelia Chase (Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel): GRYFFINDOR

“Daring and Nerve and Chivalry” are what set Gryffindors apart, and Cordy has those in tenfold. When Cordy sees bull, she calls it out. When she lost her family wealth, she braved it out and supported herself, her limited experience be damned. Others may dismiss her as self-serving, but Cordy has some of the greatest nerve in the Buffyverse.

Yeah, Cordy is glory-seeking but I think that’s quite different from power-seeking. She revels in pageantry and attention and championship for itself (like all Gryffindors do, to varying degrees, deep down).

You could say Cordelia’s most successful career ventures (Scooby, Helper of the Helpless, PTB Agent) center about that knightly ‘chivalry’ inspired Godric Gryffindor, but that doesn’t do her justice. Probably uncontent to rest in the archaic, violent occupations once held exclusively by old men with rich friends, Cordy is a knight only in sense of justice. It’s thus apt Angel choose the knight’s greatest opponent to bear that fiery implications of her namesake: a dragon.

Personality Types

Just a thing I did for fun! Reblog with your personality types bolded, there are tests to find your personality type under the title. Have fun!

Name: Kae

Zodiac Sign: Zodiac Sign: Aries | Taurus | Gemini | Cancer | Leo | Virgo | Libra | Scorpio | Sagittarius | Capricorn | Aquarius | Pisces


Four Temperaments: Sanguine | Melancholic | Choleric | Phlegmatic

Enneagram: The Reformer (Type 1) | The Helper (Type 2) | The Achiever (Type 3) | The Individualist (Type 4) | The Thinker (Type 5) | The Loyalist (Type 6) | The Enthusiast (Type 7) | The Leader (Type 8) | The Peacemaker (Type 9)

Cattell’s 16 Factor Test: Warmth | Intellect | Emotional Stability | Liveliness |  Aggressiveness | Dutifulness | Social Assertiveness | Sensitivity | Paranoia | Abstractness | Introversion | Anxiety | Openmindedness | Independence | Perfectionism | Tension

Celtic Zodiac Sign: Birch (The Achiever) | Rowan (The Thinker) | Ash (The Enchanter) | Alder (The Trailblazer) | Willow (The Observer) | Hawthorne (The Illusionist) | Oak (The Stabilizer) | Holly (The Ruler) | Hazel (The Knower) | Vine (The Equalizer) | Ivy (The Survivor) | Reed (The Inquisitor) | Elder (The Seeker)

Native American Zodiac Sign: Stag/Deer | Cat | Cow/Bull | Horse | Butterfly | Adder/Snake| Seahorse | Fish/Salmon | Wolf/Hound | Fox | Wren | Swan | Falcon/Hawk

Life Path Number: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 11 | 22

Soul type: Hunter | Caregiver | Creator | Thinker | Helper | Educator | Performer | Leader | Spiritualist

Hogwarts House: Gryffindor | Hufflepuff | Ravenclaw | Slytherin

Alignment: Lawful Good | Neutral Good | Chaotic Good | Lawful Neutral | True Neutral | Chaotic Neutral| Lawful Evil | Neutral Evil | Chaotic Evil

MOTIV: Materialist | Offbeat | Thinking | Intimate | Vital | Spartan | Conventional | Erratic | Withholding | Depressive

Global 5: Social | Reserved | Limbic | Calm | Organized | Unstructured | Accommodating | Egocentric | Non-Curious | Inquisitive

Holland Code: Realistic | Investigative | Artistic | Social | Enterprising | Conventional

R-Drive: Narcissism | Unconventionality | Empiricism | Vitality | Othercentrism | Independence | Integrity | Intellect | Stoicism | Orderliness | Hedonism | Dynamism | Activity | Romanticism

Dark Triad: Psychopathy | Narcissism | Machiavellianism  

Narcissism Scale: 1-3 | 4-7 | 8-11 | 12-15 | 16-19 | 20-23 | 24-27 | 28-31 | 32-35 | 36-39 | 40-43

Artistic Preference: Realism | Impressionism | Post-Impressionism | Classicism | Expressionism | Baroque | Rococo | Romanticism

Animal in You:  Lion | Tiger | Dolphin | Bear | Wild Cat | Fox | Weasel | Badger | Dog | Otter | Wolf | Sea Lion | Wild Dog | Walrus | Gorilla | Deer | Rhinoceros | Hippo | Sable | Horse | Sheep | Mountain Goat | Warthog | Zebra | Baboon | Elephant | Bison | Giraffe | Cottontail | Mole | Bat | Porcupine | Beaver | Prairie Dog | Shrew | Mouse | Eagle | Rooster | Owl | Swan | Peacock | Vulture | Penguin | Crocodile | Snake

Pokemon Type: Fire | Water | Grass | Electric | Flying | Fighting | Poison | Psychic | Dark | Steel | Rock | Ground | Ghost | Fairy | Bug | Dragon | Ice | Normal

Brain Lateralization Test: Left | Right

Cerebral Personality Test: -10% | 11%-20% | 21%-30% | 31%-40% | 41-50% | 51%-60% | 61%-70% | 71%-80% | 81%-90% | 91%-100%

Multiple Intelligences Test: Kinaesthetic | Linguistic | Logical | Interpersonal | Intrapersonal | Musical | Visual/Spatial | Naturalistic

Archetypes: Creative | Athlete | Rebel | Caregiver | Visionary | Royal | Performer | Spiritual | Tastemaker | Explorer | Advocate | Intellectual

How We See The World

This is not a post about the glass being half empty or half full. What this post is about is where your eyes look out from, metaphorically. What I mean is that some people view the world only from their perspective, some from only certain people’s perspective, some from a global perspective, and many others. Our perspective is largely defined by our culture, though it can be refined or radically altered by our experiences. Western culture rather favors the individualistic view, while Eastern culture favors the communal view. This isn’t to say that Westerners don’t ever think communally and Easterners don’t ever think individualistically, it just means that it isn’t the initial thought process. (I’m also going to say at this point that I think the human species is rather individual-oriented as far as an individual can benefit before losing out to what established communal resources would require non-directly returned benefits. As that isn’t easy to make sense of, think of a community of two individuals: a hunter-defender and a gatherer-builder. Together they can sustain themselves in relative comfort by sharing, while apart they can keep all for themselves and live a harsher life. My thought is that they only share as much as is required to reap the benefits of what the other provides. It’s oversimplified, but I hope it illustrates the point).

(One tangent aside, I’ll get back on track by discussing how I view the world.)

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