sea conjure

cinemablend.com
What You Need To Know About Aquaman's Villains, According To The Director

”I gotta say, one thing I love about the Aquaman world is all the really different, really interesting characters. They are interesting characters, including the villains – I’m not going to tell you which villains I’m going to play with! [laughs] But they’re super cool. They’re very larger than life, but they’re unique.

That’s what I’ll speak to – the uniqueness of the Aquaman world. There are so many superhero movies now; I don’t want to make a superhero movie now for the sake of doing it, but there’s something unique to the world of Aquaman. There’s a reason why they’ve never made a movie about this until now, because technology has never allowed us to tackle something this complicated. And so because of that it feels like something different, and that uniqueness is what I’m excited about.”

3

As i involuntarily stumble upon this life’s lane of yours, you come across to me as a dreamer, a believer, a courageous soul, a cheerful man, an avid planner, a principle doer, the kind of success which reigns supreme, head high in the clouds and yet feet firmly on the ground. Let all the positive spirit & energies that which transmits into the universe, that which constantly surrounds you come together our way, in such delight, making every journey of your life most beautiful, fulfilling and prideful. Let the world feel blessed and continue to get better by the touch of your elegance.

(it just happened to cross my mind)

10

J. M. W. Turner (1775–1851, England)

Early watercolour paintings 1: landscapes

Joseph Mallord William Turner was an English Romantic painter specialising in landscapes. A master of oil and watercolour painting, he elevated both forms to previously unknown levels in academic circles which previously favoured genre scenes of classical antiquity or religion. Unusual for his strong focus on landscapes, Turner produced thousands of works in which his technique led to such refinement that his later paintings foreshadowed impressionism and abstract art.

Turner’s early period, up to around 1810, was defined by Romantic notions of the sublime towards landscape art - his landscapes often featured old buildings or ruins, and his sea scenes often conjured storms, or recalled dramatic naval actions with allusions to personal heroism and man’s subservience to nature. His developing skills were based on close observation of the Old Masters, and his attention to the natural details of a scene pointed towards the development of artistic realism.

Legit Word of the Day

maelstrom

(n.) a destructive whirlpool which rapidly sucks in objects 

In her anger, the sea witch conjured a maelstrom to trap the sailors. Her horrible laugh echoed over the waves as the calm ocean surface broke, ripping the ship apart board by board until it vanished into the dark chasm of the water.

Tropical Sea Cunning Incense

This incense is used in rites and workings where the powers of the Sea are employed to conjure or banish according to the tide:

-3 tsp. Crushed Palm Fronds
-1 tsp. Sargassum
-1 tsp. Sea Lettuce 
-½ tsp. Alum
-½ tsp. Sea Salt
-2x coffee beans
-3 drops camphor oil
-2 drops mint oil

Grind all ingredients to powder before adding oils. Let this sit for six months to properly cure before using.

*Taken from “Traditional Witchcraft: A Cornish Book of Ways” and modified for my locality in Saint Augustine. 

Slipping Under

I stand at the base of this lighthouse, becoming
myself. Is illumination object

or method? How do you call your
mein, too reckless mariner or obsolete keeper?

How can I–how can I
put the sea in swell and conjure

whirlpool, quell squall and call myself
contained? On shore

lights. I am here, publically owned public good,
underprovided and overtaxed.

Recall this common metaphor when witness
to the underside of current,

stray, slipping–how can I
stay, always reaching for indeterminable light?