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Let me fly let me fly away. My inner princess is awake. I'll draw her out and live it for a while. Then I'll say good day.

Let me fly let me fly away. My inner princess is awake. I'll draw her out and live it for a while. Then I'll say good day.

Stares into your soul. Honey it's nothing exciting. Just creepy XD

Stares into your soul. Honey it's nothing exciting. Just creepy XD

Because who doesn't love Pandas??

Because who doesn't love Pandas??

Witch Aesthetics // Rainbow Witch “Requested ” Chaos Witch | Seaside Witch | Divination Witch | Storm Witch | Scent Witch | Circus Witch | Blood Witch | Writer Witch | Spirit Witch | Jazz Age Witch

Witch Aesthetics // Rainbow Witch “Requested ” Chaos Witch | Seaside Witch | Divination Witch | Storm Witch | Scent Witch | Circus Witch | Blood Witch | Writer Witch | Spirit Witch | Jazz Age Witch

kinstethic: “ Forest Witch aesthetic ”

kinstethic: “ Forest Witch aesthetic ”

"stars got tangled in her hair whenever she played in the sky."

"stars got tangled in her hair whenever she played in the sky."

Male Bat Witch aesthetic requested by @pastelbatties

Male Bat Witch aesthetic requested by @pastelbatties

Lunar Witch aesthetic requested by @littleselenophile

Lunar Witch aesthetic requested by @littleselenophile

Star & Moon Witch

Star & Moon Witch

The Evening Star is Zorya Vechernyaya (from Russian vecher, meaning “evening”), a goddess of dusk who is depicted as a fully armed and courageous warrior. She was associated with the planet Mercury. Some myths cast both Zorya as virgin goddesses who had the specific job of grooming their father’s white horses, but other accounts saythey married the moon god Myesyats and gave birth to the stars. Ancient Slavs would pray to Zorya Vechernyaya each evening as the sun set.

The Evening Star is Zorya Vechernyaya (from Russian vecher, meaning “evening”), a goddess of dusk who is depicted as a fully armed and courageous warrior. She was associated with the planet Mercury. Some myths cast both Zorya as virgin goddesses who had the specific job of grooming their father’s white horses, but other accounts saythey married the moon god Myesyats and gave birth to the stars. Ancient Slavs would pray to Zorya Vechernyaya each evening as the sun set.