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“Ceremonial magic is the ancient art of invoking and controlling spirits by a scientific application of certain formula. A magician, enveloped in sanctified vestments and carrying a wand inscribed with hieroglyphic figures, could by the power vested in certain words and symbols control the invisible inhabitants of the elements and of the astral world. While the elaborate ceremonial magic of antiquity was not necessarily evil, there arose from its perversion several false schools of sorcery, or black magic.”
I can’t remember when I first met Axl, but we invited them to play the Freddie tribute. They did a fantastic job, and also donated a lot of money to the Mercury Phoenix Trust. Subsequent to that, my solo band supported GN'R on tour and we got on very well. People think of Axl as difficult, but he was always very attentive to me.
Brittney Griner is famously known for being an open book. In her heartfelt memoir, In My Skin, she reflects on the painful episodes in her life that led to her signature openness and candid personality. (USA Today, 2/27/2014, x)
AN:I’m reposting this cuz last night I did it and tumblr was being a difficult to me.
(Note: This information has been made by me, though I do give credit to kingdomofmongrels, kumafromtaiwan, and gandalfthegregarious for both introducing me to this theory as well as providing some information regarding the topic. The photo used is from the talented saskyang who is one of the first to draw out some fanart for the theory. Thank you all!)
So ever since Yang first got her arm cut off, I wasn’t convinced that it would stay off. Mainly due to the Post credit scene in Volume 2. I didn’t think it was a dream, but more of a flash forward on the grounds that Raven speaks. Yang wouldn’t have a clue what her mother sounds like on account of her leaving before Yang could even remember her.
As well as the fact that…..well it would be pointless. Why would we have our time wasted with that scene when the next volume we get clear confirmation that Raven is Yang’s mother? The moment we saw her on the train a great deal of us thought it was Yang’s mother, the way she looks down at Yang and doesn’t immediately leave gives us that indication.
DeWanna Bonner currently plays for the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA, with whom she has won two WNBA Championships. Bonner played for Auburn University in college, where she scored a school record of 2163 points.