invisible childrens

Here’s a fun little trick: take children’s clothes, dip them in water and hold them in place until they freeze like this. When the weather starts to get a little warmer, the invisible children slowly melt to the ground. 

I can sense a million new horror pranks or new ideas for creepy stories this way. 

Moon conjunct Neptune, Moon square Neptune, Moon trine Neptune, Moon opposite Neptune, Moon sextile Neptune 

When Neptune and the Moon make music the emotional spectrum can be oceanic. The individual is tapped into the whole sensory orchestra of the collective, mood shifts by the Moon become fantasised by the waves of Neptune, enveloping the individual entrancingly, transporting them to lagoons to pure feeling, euphoria, and ecstasy, and sadness, and deep melancholy. Moon-Neptune individuals have permeable boundaries, they can become cocooned by the mood of the room, leaky and vulnerable. The individual is an impressive empath, capable of reading body language and hidden emotion well. It can be impossible to deceive these people with lies that, ‘you are fine’, because they can feel sadness in your eyes and in your spirit. These individuals can be psychic children, often developing profound empathy as young children, receiving invisible signals and hidden details. The imagination can be wicked with Moon-Neptune. Triggered by emotion, the fantasy world can sketch a murky ocean of darkness, prophetizing chaos and torture. So this vivid imagination can turn self destructive, depending on the mood or environment. The artistic expression can be rich here, any form of creative essence flows from two cosmic waterfalls, music, painting, writing, cinema, glamour, dance, any experience that mimics the creative activity of God. This is the illusion of all illusion, a lunar dreamboat riding into Neptune bay.


What do we call visible light? We call it color. But the electromagnetic spectrum runs to zero in one direction and infinity in the other, so really, children, mathematically, all of light is invisible.
—  All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

Not requested

In fact, I am in the midst of compiling the
world’s first complete account of one day in
the life of a town, as experienced by
everyone in it. Every action, every
conversation, every sound made by each of
the one hundred fifty-nine human and three
hundred thirty-two animal residents of
Cairnholm, minute by minute, sunup to sundown.

anonymous asked:

Do you have any headcanons for Victor?

of course!, I love him very much,

  • I see Victor as  an older brother to not only Bronwyn, but all of the children, he very enjoys spending time with everyone from playing tea party with Claire, to recording the daily life of the townsfolk with Millard
  • He’s very affectionate!, loves to give bear hugs to everyone for no particular reason(but tries not to hold too tight though, or he might break someone’s back on accident)
  • Big softie for small animals,there’s a little section in his heart where his love for puppies reside and he tries not to act on it everytime he sees one, but sometimes he just has to take one home.
  • “Aw,come on,look at him! You can’t blame me!”  is probably something Miss Peregrine has heard one too many times


  • He used to be very hesitant towards small animals, since he was very tall and they were pretty small
  • Has a talent for braiding hair, Emma jokes that that’s his real peculiarity
  • He just laughs
  • Victor’s knack for braiding developed when he was around 10 or so, he would braid Bronwyn’s hair and have her braid his, they would play a game to see who could braid the fastest to pass the time.

A very emotional person, very much an all teethy smiles and loud laughs type of guy; never afraid to cry or show any weakness towards others, which may be a reason why so many looked up to him

Miss Peregrine's Thoughts

What if Millard got to homeschool all the other peculiar children so he can finally fulfill his dream of becoming a teacher without his invisibility holding him back? He could even run a school specifically for peculiar children as there are quite a lot of them and then he could be doing what he always wanted and helping others showing them they can too like he did with the gypsy boy. He deserves to be happy!!


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MAY 15TH: Southern Coast & Glacier Lagoon

On Monday I went on a 15 hour long trip through the southern coast of Iceland and ended at Jökulsárlón a glacier lagoon located at the mouth of Vatnajökulsþjóðgarður. Iceland’s largest glacier and national park. Along the way out there we stopped at various points, such as Skògafoss and this farm that was caught in the ash cloud of the volcano eruption in 2010. The owner of the farm took photos and opened a museum across the street from his farm lol. Then we stopped at Skògafoss and took photos of the beautiful waterfall and ventured on to another stop of lava rocks. The lava rocks were only 200+ years old from an eruption in 1783. The moss that is on the rocks is seen all over the island, but is very delicate and takes a long time to grow. At the glacier lagoon our driver took us to a beach that contains some washed ashore pieces of ice. I finally got to see some black sand beaches and a seal! It was so windy that watching the birds try to fly opposite the direction of the wind was somewhat humorous and sad. Afterwards we took a boat/truck combo into the lagoon to get up close and personal with the glaciers. Well not thaaaat up close. Apparently this lagoon has never freezes because it has warm air coming in from the Atlantic. In the James Bond: Die Another Day something something .. they froze the lagoon by blocking the opening to the ocean. Pretty nifty. Anywho after the boat tour we ventured back to Reykjavik. We were supposed to stop in Vik; however, the wind was so strong that we were advised to continue going and skip dinner. I’m pretty bummed I didn’t get to see the lava stacks on the beaches in Vik, but I’ll have to come back. Then we were driving through this valley that gets up to 25 m/s (56 mph) winds and there was a camper van that lost control and got blown off the road. Luckily the cabin portion of the van landed upright, but all the people’s belongings and rest of the van was scattered in the valley.

Afterwards the tour guide decided to tell us a story about the “hidden people” in Iceland. Apparently these “hidden people” stem from the garden of eden where they too ate the fruit of knowledge and were therefore banned from the garden. However, there was so sort of tiff with God and apparently he got mad and made them and all their children invisible like ghosts and never to permanently exist anywhere. SO in Iceland they claim to have these mysterious figures that exist and then disappear into thin air. The tour guide told us of a story involving his 6 year old daughter and her two older siblings. The young daughter would speak of this man in the mountain behind the house. So her older siblings knew of these hidden people and their rumored knowledge of all and they tried to take advantage. They then asked the younger sister to go to this man and request the numbers for the Saturday night lotto. Time passed and the young girl came back very confused saying that “One must promise a favor in order to receive one.” So the tour guide said he is a product of his environment and believes these hidden people exist since his daughter came back speaking words that she didn’t even understand. It was a lovely story that was a great distraction for us considering the wind was blowing so hard everyone was a bit weary of driving through.

Eventually we got to the other side of the mountain and visited Seljalandsfoss. This is the waterfall you are able to walk behind; however, I chose not to because it was far too windy, cold and my jacket was still wet from the glacier lagoon. I wasn’t trying to perpetuate my cold my being showered in spring water. However, I did fill my water up with the water and it was far better than the sulfur-y tap water. Anywho after a long and exhausting day I finally made it back to my guesthouse. It still baffles me that the sun doesn’t fully set until close to midnight.

Ned’s Two Biggest Lies for Jon and Sansa

A/N: This is very, very long post in which I digress a lot. 

Often upheld as a man of honour, who was known for keeping his word, Ned actually told two monumental lies for family. He knew the cost truth could have on lives, when it became clear his loved ones were at a disadvantage and he threw his honour out the window just so that they got a chance. He lied to the world, he lied to his best friend, to his family and especially lied to his wife and bore her hurt and resentment just so that Jon would be safe, and he took that secret to his grave. He was honourable to fault when he gave Cersei the chance to have a headstart before he told Robert the truth. He was willing to die than lie for petty liars, but he swallowed his pride and decided to accept the charge of treason and reduce his sentence so that Sansa was treated with mercy while she was a ward or moreso a captive in their court. Unfortunately, the second biggest lie he told didn’t secure him safety because it was a Mad King who changed his mind last minute.

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There’s a difference between saying “I hate kids I don’t want to be around them” and saying that u don’t want kids bc kids deserve unconditional love and support and ur not in a position to give that to a child for whatever reason even if the reason is as simple as just not wanting them.

I don’t hate kids but I don’t dream of having my own one day, I don’t get baby fever and if I’m in a relationship especially a long term relationship I don’t invision a life with children of my own in it.

if I were to find out I was pregnant tomorrow I honestly don’t know what I would do bc I know would resent that child for not letting me do what I want to do with my life, I wouldn’t voice this out loud but I know I would feel it in some part of me and a kid doesn’t deserve that at all ever.

Anyways I told my mom this who is a woman that dreams of grandchildren and while she was sad that she probably won’t get any from me, she said it’s a very mature way to look at it which like struck me bc everyone else always tells me that I’ll change my mind when I’m older but I am getting older and I still want things out of life that don’t involve children. Pretty soon I’ll be at the age where people assume I can’t have children and they’ll pity me until I correct them then they’ll think I’m a selfish bitch and like that’s fine but I feel like having kids I don’t want would be the most selfish decision of all? Like??? Just to appease other people while the poor kid gets lost in the crosshairs of a society that forces women to give birth and be mothers to be valid or WhaTeVzzzzzz