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Anapi

(mythical creature) A rainbow serpent and a spirit (apapanye) found in Mehinaku people of Brazil. Anapi rarely causes trouble to the world of mankind. When it sometimes descend to the world, it causes mass destruction to everything around it. Thus, he was usually compelled by Kame, the Sun to not cause mass destruction and stay in the sky.

See also: Ateshua, Yanumaka, Yerepehe

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grandegarlic replied to your post “how do i stop being a master procrastinator and do something…”

not sure if this helps but you could try using words or terms found in the subject to name characters or places (like if you’re writing a story or something) and try to draw parallels ?? (idk worked for me with chemistry and biology)

Hm….

I could try that. :D

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how do i stop being a master procrastinator and do something worthwhile?

like studying

which i am not doing because I keep forgetting all the formulas in Organic Chemistry.

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hinducosmos:

Krishna Swallows the Forest Fire Water Color on Paper (via Exotic India)

hinducosmos:

Krishna Swallows the Forest Fire
Water Color on Paper (via Exotic India)

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fawnvelveteen:

Thomas Edwin Mostyn, Jewels

fawnvelveteen:

Thomas Edwin Mostyn, Jewels

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Mavutsinim

Also known as: Kuatungue

(god) The First Man to exist in the world in Xingu mythology. Mavutsinim was perhaps a deity. He created the first woman from a shell and gave birth to a son. He took the son away from his wife and let him become the ancestor of Xingu peoples. The woman from grief was transformed back into a clam. 

After that, his shenanigans included trying to make mankind immortal, and creating five girls from wood (replicas of his daughters) to be betrothed to the jaguar chief (which eventually led to the birth of the sun and the moon). 

See also: Iae, Kuat, Morena, Nainuema

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edwardian-time-machine:

London, 1916 - “The war gave women a rare chance to show their equal worth in highly responsible jobs such as guard seen here. As soon as the war finished these jobs became for “men only” once more”
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edwardian-time-machine:

London, 1916 - “The war gave women a rare chance to show their equal worth in highly responsible jobs such as guard seen here. As soon as the war finished these jobs became for “men only” once more”

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Sukunabikona

(god) Sukuna is the dwarf god of medicine, the child of Kamimusuhi, the goddess of nature. When he first came to Izumo on a small boat (made of plans), no one knew his name. A toad suggested Okuninushi to ask Kuyebiko, the scarecrow god of knowledge. 

After consultation, the two became friends and helped each other shape the land and develop medicine for mankind.

He disappeared to the realm of shades, Tokoyo-no-kuni after his work was done. 

See also: Asclepius, Kamimusuhi, Okuninushi

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Smite ramblings

I’ve started playing Smite just a few weeks ago. I’m having so much fun. It’s not so bad. My faves are currently Xbalanque (i like his angry, moody voicelines), Artemis and Neith (HUNTERS RULE).

I can’t load Conquest map though (the game freezes and leads me back to the login screen). Does anyone have this problem?