anonymous asked:

I joined this fandom much later. I had no idea about the analysis you did on Lexa. Can you please post it again so some of us who joined later and read (and suffer)? I just reading your theories. We all know she meant so much to you :)

Oh yes, Lexa meant and still means the world to me. I analyzed her a lot but here are some about Lexa and Clexa that wrote (1-7 were written before season 3):

  1. Lexa: The Legendary Peacemaker <–6.7k word analysis
  2. Lexa: The Merciful Visionary
  3. Lexa’s knife and symbolism
  4. What did Lexa mean by “Not everyone, not you”?
  5. Real human connection + after the kiss feelings + not yet line
  6. What Lexa meant by “Love is weakness”
  7. Clarke manipulating Lexa with Anya’s death and Lexa’s reactions
  8. “I was wrong about you Clarke” scene analysis
  9. 3x04 Nightgown scene and clothing symbolism 
  10. 3x03 Analyzing Clarke saying “I have a better idea” & Lexa’s interactions
  11. The ‘Goodnight Ambassador’ Scene 
  12. Fealty swearing scene analysis [Post 1] [Post 2]
  13. Making sense of Lexa saying “I will always be with you” (with the ‘ily’)
  14. Lexa’s death scene [Post 1] [Post 2]
  15. Small moment in Clexa scene people may have missed

And those are just some of the ones i can remember and have tagged. 

It doesnt matter if you ship Johnlock

or Adlock

or Sherlolly

or MaryxJohn

or Sheriarty

or Mystrade

or Lestrade and Sherock

or molstrade

or some other ship

It doesnt matter because we all LOVE Sherlock 

and we all want the next Season (which probably only comes out in 2017)

and we ALL have to stand together in this to not loose our minds.

So it doesnt matter who you ship or what someone else ships. Because we are all one big Sherlock Family


Awful Religious Stereotypes? Shattered. By Two Girls And One Absolutely Stunning Performance.

These two young women were raised to see each as “the other.” But in this powerful performance, they confront and untangle the stereotypes that have worked so hard to keep them apart. Makes me wonder how different the world might be if we all spent a little more time focusing on our similarities.


Professional Peacemaker

Remember how in “Hey Arnold!” Arnold always told people to talk it out and tell the truth to each other to solve their issues, and it always worked? :D Yeah, I wish it were that easy, but hey, one can dream and draw it!!!


fall cabin - living room

speckled concrete wall / light concrete wall wooden wall interior windows and door hat rack umbrella boots sideboard wall lamps hat vase globe skull books shopping bag wicker basket large painting snake plant briefcase handbag open box leaning painting shelves fan large book pinecone small books terrarium / wall plant woven rug desk chair computer printer notepad lamp candle picture white pot plant records and box mirror bookshelf wall hanging purple plant loveseat small cushions hide cushion side table record player / couch blanket laptop marble sidetable terrarium coffee cup armchair sequin cushion books on ground large rug coffee table book notebook remote phone beer bottle mugs tv cabinet apple tv white candles purple candle vase moon painting skull painting mountain tapestry, ‘we are young’ hanging, clipped/taped pictures love will picture portrait small frame hanging lights outlets plant on shelf books knitting needles owl bookshelf cactus cat painting ottoman blanket cushion oval rug

A late night Wynonna Earp theory

So I was rewatching episode 1 of Wynonna Earp again and I had a thought.

As we have seen over the course of the season Peacemaker seems to have some sort of sentience. Obviously only the Heir can use it to put down a Revenant. But there have been a number of times that it has been fired as just a regular gun. It fired for Wynonna when she first retrieved it and she was trying to do some target practice on the Welcome to Purgatory sign. It fired in ep 3 in the cemetery. Willa fired it during target practice in ep 11. And when the homestead was attacked 15 years ago when Wynonna tried to save Willa and their father.

So it would seem that Peacemaker should shoot like any other gun any time the trigger is pulled regardless of who is holding it or who/what they are aiming at. But it doesn’t. It didn’t fire for Dolls when he was trying to save Wynonna in episode 3. At least a few times it didn’t fire for Wynonna. One of those times being in ep 12 before Willa got all her memory back and it looked like the Heir powers might be shifting back to Willa. Then in ep 13 it didn’t fire for Willa after she had crossed the boundary because in Wynonna’s words “You went wrong.”

In that same episode we find out that there is some scary shit trying to get into the Ghost River Triangle. We also see definitively at the beginning of the ep that Peacemaker is the key to opening the doorway. The Heir and a Revenant of their choosing alone don’t get the job done. Finally in ep 12 we found out that Ward had made a deal with Bobo to be the one to open the Door 15 years ago.

Now jump back to episode 1. When Wynonna is trying some target practice on the Welcome to Purgatory sign she is aiming at the family in the car on the sign. Her first shot goes extremely high and left hitting one of the braces on the sign. Her second shot, after taking a few steps closer, also goes high and left hitting the same brace then ricocheting across to the opposite brace then finally hitting a bottle on the ground behind Wynonna. Then at the end of the episode when she saves Waverly she pulls off a near physics defying trick shot without even trying. She shoots the pulley severing the rope, the bullet then ricochets back to the windmill, then off a blade and back to disarm Malcolm. Almost as if Peacemaker can precisely aim itself exactly where the shot needs to go.

Now with all this in mind consider this theory.

Wynonna didn’t kill Ward. Peacemaker did.