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sovd

sovd

The dybbuk is the Jewish version of a demon in its mythos. If you think a run-of-the-mill demon is bad, the dybbuk is much worse. The creature latches itself onto the souls of good, honest people and causes destruction and mayhem wherever it goes. The thing itself is a broken soul desperately trying to find something to support itself. But the creature never quite knows what is going on and can only cause pandemonium. Unlike other monsters, it doesn’t quite have a physical form...

The dybbuk is the Jewish version of a demon in its mythos. If you think a run-of-the-mill demon is bad, the dybbuk is much worse. The creature latches itself onto the souls of good, honest people and causes destruction and mayhem wherever it goes. The thing itself is a broken soul desperately trying to find something to support itself. But the creature never quite knows what is going on and can only cause pandemonium. Unlike other monsters, it doesn’t quite have a physical form...

look to your kingdoms I am coming for them all

look to your kingdoms I am coming for them all

Apollis

Apollis

Persephone: Mother, do you really think I ate the fruit unwillingly?

Persephone: Mother, do you really think I ate the fruit unwillingly?

parcy and annabeth's prom... wish that percy's tie was green though

parcy and annabeth's prom... wish that percy's tie was green though

2013 illustrations by Magdalena Pagowska, via Behance

2013 illustrations by Magdalena Pagowska, via Behance

If night is our last address, This is the place we moved from, Backs on fire, our futures hard-edged and sure to arrive. — Charles Wright, from Appalachian Farewell in “Scar Tissue”

If night is our last address, This is the place we moved from, Backs on fire, our futures hard-edged and sure to arrive. — Charles Wright, from Appalachian Farewell in “Scar Tissue”

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