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thank you guys so much for 20k!! 😭 it’s so unreal that 20k people want to follow me and I am so freakin grateful for every single one of you! 💙💙 Do you see yourself as an angel or a devil?🖤 - I 100% see myself as a devil 😈🖤
REAL TALK: Lately I’ve got aware of the fact that I’ve been losing myself creatively in the last years, especially when it comes to create visual content. This is mostly because I’ve focused more on looking “sexy” than anything else, which has caused me to limit myself and what I want to create; it has caused me to slowly lose my true self. Even worse: unconsciously I tried to subtly fulfill what social media and other people’s concept of female attractiveness is. Of course I like to feel sexy from time to time, but on my own standard of it. I didn’t notice before why I’ve been feeling so frustrated and discontent about myself and what I create, until I understood and accepted that sexual attractiveness is not what truly defines me as an individual, and that trying to please others and to do whatever it takes to get some likes and comments actually kills my inspiration and my motivation. So this 2020 I want to be more authentic. I want to know myself better so I can express better who I truly am. One of my main goals is to create more and I want to do it from the heart. I also need to go back to making music (what I love the most) and I want to work on creating my own songs. Oh, and I’m gonna let my naturally thicker eyebrows be and stop abusing the eyeliner. I want to like and love myself more. . . 🖤Awesome boots from @modernvice 🖤Dress from @punkrave_official 🖤Hand mirror from @alchemyengland 📸: @nakedino . . . #modernvice#witch#witchcraft#witchesofinstagram#obscure#darkness#alternativefashion#instagoth#melancholy#gothicmakeup#gothmodel#gothgoth#allbackeverything#darkstmosphere#goth#vamp#gothlook#blackoutfit#gothicstyle#nugoth#gothaesthetic#witchywoman#vampire#gothic#occult#darkaesthetic#ootd#photography#darkphotography#darkmood
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This is a painting of the Goddess Brigid, Daughter of the Dagda. Her name means "Exalted One” She is known as the Goddess of Healers, Poets, Smiths, Childbirth and Inspiration; Goddess of Fire and Hearth and a patron of warfare or Briga. She is also known as Brigantia, Brid, Bride, Briginda, Brigdu, and Brigit. She inspires poetry, scholarship, and communication with the divine or occult. In her earliest incarnation, as Breo-Saighit, she was called the Flame of Ireland. Legend says that when She was born, there was a tower of flame reaching from the top of her head to the heavens. Her birth, which took place at sunrise, is rumored to have given the family house the appearance of being on fire. For many centuries, there were 19 virgins (originally priestesses and later nuns) who tended her eternal flame at Kildare. There they are said to have sung this song (until the 18th century): "Bride, excellent woman, sudden flame, may the fiery, bright sun take us to the lasting kingdom." These women were the virgin daughters of the Fire and were called Inghean au dagha; but, as fire-keepers, were Breochwidh. The Brudins, a place of magical cauldrons and perpetual fires, disappeared when Christianity took hold. "Being in the Brudins" now means being away with the fairies. Brigid's shrine at Kildare was active into the 18th century. It was closed down by the monarchy. Originally cared for by nineteen virgins, when the Pagan Brigid was Sainted, the care of her shrine fell to Catholic nuns. The fire was extinguished once in the thirteenth century and was relit until Henry VIII of England set about supressing the monastaries. She is one of the Celtic Goddess that I worship, and today, after a wonderful day with my little family I came home to find this beautiful card with her depiction in the post, as well as a package full of goodies from my dear friend @rainbowauraapothecary As a belated birthday present, and I’m so grateful! thank you Vikkie! I love everything you sent!