Well...What can I say? I'm a pre-med college student that's socially awkward, generally weird, and borderline insane. This is mostly a place for me to share things I like and how I feel during any particular moment. From depressed to demented to happy to horny. This blog is about the ride. Oh and I'm white male cis scum. Probably a bunch of other things that makes me literally Satan




1. a psychoactive substance used in a religious, shamanic, or spiritual context. Historically, entheogens were mostly derived from plant sources and have been used in a variety of traditional religious contexts.

2. any substance, such as a plant or drug, taken to bring on a spiritual experience.

Etymology: “generating the divine within” - neologism coined in 1979 by a group of ethnobotanists and scholars of mythology. The term is derived from two words of ancient Greek, ἔνθεος (entheos) and γενέσθαι (genesthai). The adjective entheos translates to English as “full of the god, inspired, possessed”. The Greeks used it as a term of praise for poets and other artists. Genesthai means “to come into being”.

[Martin Wittfooth - Entheogen]

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Death Walking by Lin Bo




an outdoor fire often used as a signal fire; bonfire or beacon-fire.

Etymology: Middle English, from Old English ̄lfȳr - funeral fire, from ̄l - pyre + fȳr - fire.

[Martin Wittfooth]

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…A bit better view? I need to start scanning things, seriously. (Taken with Instagram)

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“The travel of Death”

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Redditor metellius just started learning how to use Photoshop. They’ve used their new photo manipulation skillz to show us what an awesome creature you’d get if you crossed a pigeon with a horse. But what would you call it?

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