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Rowers And Oarsmen Ragin’!

Sexy As Hell, Baby!

Hungry Work

In 1896, two men rowed across the Atlantic Ocean. George Harbo and Frank Samuelson set off from New York in an open boat. They rowed across the ocean, taking turns rowing, until they reached Great Britain’s Scilly Isles fifty-five days later. In case you are curious what they ate, the two men took canned meat, 250 eggs, 100 pounds of sea biscuits, nine pounds of coffee, two tanks of fresh water, a small stove, and five gallons of kerosene.

Symbols for the Degrees: Capricorn

The Sabian Symbols were symbols or “images” designated to each degree of each sign in the zodiac by clairvoyant Elsie Wheeler in 1925. They can be used to paint a specific picture of each of your placements based on its degree.

Originally posted by gabrielgonzalezinfante

0th-1st degree: A Native chief claims power from the assembled tribe

1st-2nd degree: Three rose windows in a Gothic church, one damaged by war

2nd-3rd degree: A human soul, in its eagerness for new experiences, seeks embodiment

3rd-4th degree: A group of people outfitting a large canoe at the start of a journey by water

4th-5th degree: Some men rowing a well-filled canoe

5th-6th degree: Ten logs lie under an archway leading to darker woods

6th-7th degree: A veiled prophet speaks, seized by the power of a god

7th-8th degree: In a sunlit home, domesticated birds sing joyously

8th-9th degree: An angel carrying a harp

9th-10th degree: An albatross feeding from the hand of a sailor

10th-11th degree: A large group of pheasant on a private estate

11th-12th degree: An illustrated lecture on natural science reveals little-known aspects of life

12th-13th degree: A fire worshipper meditates on the ultimate realities of existence

13th-14th degree: An ancient bas-relief carved in granite remains a witness to a long-forgotten culture

14th-15th degree: In a hospital, the children’s ward is filled with toys

15th-16th degree: School grounds filled with boys and girls in gym suits

16th-17th degree: A repressed woman finds a psychological release in nudism

17th-18th degree: The Union Jack flag flies from a British warship

18th-19th degree: A 5-year-old child carrying a bag filled with groceries

19th-20th degree: A hidden choir is singing during a religious service

20th-21st degree: A relay race

21st-22nd degree: By accepting defeat gracefully, a general reveals nobility of character

22nd-23rd degree: A soldier receiving two awards for bravery in combat

23rd-24th degree: A woman entering a convent

24th-25th degree: A store filled with precious oriental rugs

25th-26th degree: A nature spirit dancing in the iridescent mist of a waterfall

26th-27th degree: Pilgrims climbing the steep steps leading to a mountain shrine

27th-28th degree: A large aviary

28th-29th degree: A woman reading tea leaves

29th-30th degree: A secret meeting of men responsible for executive decisions in world affairs

when spock/uhura kisses are showed from her perspective (her face is visible), my detail-oriented self can’t help but always notice and love the way Spock’s long eyelashes softly signal when he’s looking at her and then he closes his eyes as they kiss.