Did you know that white people have committed mass genocide multiple times?

@vulpixilate

v-regina:

daevayasna:

v-regina:

You mean just like ISIS is doing in the Middle East right now, and just like Arabs have done through history? Try again, lmao.

By the way, Muhammad still had a 9 year old wife. Yuck.

About the last comment.
The Virgin Mary didn’t get lapidated for being pregnant only because an old man married her, she wasn’t older than 15.
So contextualization, please. The hidjra took place in 622.
It didn’t happen only in Arabia back then.

The fact that in some parts of the world there are child wives right now because he had one is completely another thing, and it’s awful.

I’m an atheist. Christianity is bullshit too.

It doesn’t matter.
I’m nor muslim not christian, but judging a belief/population/culture on a base of “he had a 9yo wife 1400 years ago” is not fair, so to say, and it isn’t the best argumentation in a discussion, either.

50 minutes ago with 7 notes

Did you know that white people have committed mass genocide multiple times?

@vulpixilate

v-regina:

You mean just like ISIS is doing in the Middle East right now, and just like Arabs have done through history? Try again, lmao.

By the way, Muhammad still had a 9 year old wife. Yuck.

About the last comment.
The Virgin Mary didn’t get lapidated for being pregnant only because an old man married her, she wasn’t older than 15.
So contextualization, please. The hidjra took place in 622.
It didn’t happen only in Arabia back then.

The fact that in some parts of the world there are child wives right now because he had one is completely another thing, and it’s awful.

59 minutes ago with 7 notes

You blacks, Arabs and Indians have never invented anything, or made any useful contributions to civilization. Everything was created by us white people, which leads me to my first point: that you (or y'all, as you type it) would live in the stone age. Bye.

@v-regina

whitepeoplesaidwhat:

Lmao. Take them big ol choppers in your mouth and go mimis Becky 😴

-Holly

WOHO.

Ok. To v-regina, please take 5 minutes to read this.

The numbers we commonly use came from India and arrived in Europe during the Middle Ages (thanks to Fibonacci, if I’m recalling it correctly) who learnt them from Arabs, who used them since a lot of time already.
Especially during the Middle Ages the Arabs (and Indians, and Chinese, and everyone except Europeans actually) had a proper idea of what was/is Medicine, Astronomy and Science in general (Europeans -white people- not so much at all). And they were great inventors, too.
Sanskrit Literature is wider than all the European one, a lot wider.
We have the writings of Aristotle basically because the Arabs translated and/or copied them, they were translated in Latin mostly from Arabic if I’m not wrong.
Egypt is in Africa and Egyptians built pyramids and share with the Sumerians the invention of beer, among other things, for example.
Northern Africa was a Roman province which gave birth to some Roman Emperors (in Italy you study that in high school). And before the Roman colonization of northern Africa… Carthago ruled. It was an almighty Empire that gave lots of problems to the Romans. There were three Punic Wars. And never heard about the Barca family from Carthago? Hannibal used elephants in his army, like… and he used them when he crossed the sea and attacked the Roman Empire.
And last but not least, before the plague of european colonization there were Kingdoms in Africa, not just people living in caves, like the Oyo Empire or the Kingdom of Benin just to name two…

1 hour ago with 453 notes

39
an-gray:

by An.Gray (deadendsoul)

an-gray:

by An.Gray (deadendsoul)

183

flora-file:

Ganesha (by flora-file)

A perfect symbol for my rebirth into the life I always dreamt for myself.

"Ganesha is one of the most popular deities in the Hindu pantheon. He is closely associated with the daily lives of millions of Hindus even today. As he is reputed to be a remover of obstacles he is propitiated before the beginning of any new venture whether it is the building of a new house, the writing of a book, the beginning of a journey or the starting of a new business."

- From pantheon.org

135

So. My attention was accidentally caught by a very nice tunic and a very nice coat (with peculiar and beautiful buttons) in the window of this shop in my neighborhood… There were no prices exposed so I googled the brand, this collection by Daniela Dallavalle/Elisa Cavaletti looks really mori and witchy inspired!

And I guess really out of my budget too.
The materials seem really good quality at a first sight, also.

manga7:

people who say my name right the first time hold a special place in my heart

First day of Iranian Philology, Professor P. was the first person ever to pronounce correctly my surname at a first take.

I have to admit I almost burst into tears.

Even in Uni other professors used to call me with my first name because they didn’t want to mispronounce it.
Well, actually he speaks persian more than better than me, my vocabulary is super poor and my reading/writing skills are pfffff.

9 hours ago with 1,309 notes

68
silmu:

Autumn in the woods.
Ten Point shoes, thrifted skirt, dress & scarf, Pieces bolero.

silmu:

Autumn in the woods.

Ten Point shoes, thrifted skirt, dress & scarf, Pieces bolero.

314
magictransistor:

Ma Kali

magictransistor:

Ma Kali

taf-art:

Sunday Times. Charles Pfahl.

nitratediva:

Vampira enjoys a vampire cocktail (“You like it, it hates you!”) in a rare clip from The Vampira Show. [x]

Incubation/Metamorphosis

08/21/2014 § 1 Comment

Nadja will be heading out on tour in September around Aidan Baker’s residency at this year’s Incubate Festival in Tilburg, Netherlands. This residency will feature five separate performances from five different Aidan Baker projects. Here are thetour dates:

02-09-14: Nabaklab, Riga, LV
06-09-14: Klub Boro, Brno, CZ
07-09-14: A38, Budapest, HU
08-09-14: Rhiz, Vienna, AT

Literally round the corner.

maporcoddiompestatol’hoscopertosolooracheodio.

1 day ago with 0 notes