In his article, he straight up assumes all INFJ females have a Scorpio moon. This is his sole "scientific" basis of his own description of his "giant shit of an article", and according to him, based on 'logic'. Because, as any INFJ knows in they're collective intellectual bones, astrology takes precedence in the field of … Continue reading Warning: Stellar Mazes’ INFJ female analysis (INFJ Woman in love) is based on his own bullshit.
Soooo a few years ago, my old man gave me a deck of Zombie Tarot after finding pictures on pinterest. My tarot knowledge isn't that great, but it always seemed fascinating to me, after playing around with oracle cards. Most of the time when I do a reading, I find them very accurate. However, I … Continue reading Totally Tarot: Zombie Tarot
You guessed it, it's Re-Words time. Now with Harry Potter. So the other night, my 9 year old wanted to read a few pages of the latest Potter they had finally started reading of the series, a couple of moths ago, and was up to Order of The Phoenix. Combine that with my random Re-Words … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Re-Ordering of the Phoenix
Soooo this came up in my fb newsfeed, and yeh it's funny. But it's also dead set wrong 😉 So I've fixed it for all the lil whingy ENTP's out there. Cos really, INFJ's aren't thinking about you, we're in the clouds, thinking about how everything's made.
I love. Love love love the writing of HP. Absolutely strikes a cord in my heart somehow, ever since I begun reading his beautiful words in 2016 So after last weeks Triffids effort, I decided to "Re-word" some of HP's work. Except, that would be sacrilegious of me, so I smashed two of his works … Continue reading HP LOVECRAFT RE_WORDS SMASHED
Hi guys, I started reading The Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham the other day, as I came across it at my local library. I have heard of it before, but had never read it. And, as much as I am enjoying it, I accidentally read a word wrongly, and thought it was something … Continue reading Re-words – The Day of The Triffids