time lapse photo of stars on night

Hello, Seekers! We hope you are all staying safe. In the midst of uncertainty, we all tend to fall back on certain characteristics, personality traits, and patterns, many of which are described by the astrological signs. Whether you put stock in them or not, their accuracy can be uncanny. Today, we’re talking about our own signs and how well we identify with them. Break out those horoscopes! J Capricorn, the Sea-Goat, is my sun sign, and I identify strongly with its archetypal characteristics. If you’re unfamiliar with the tragic backstory of Pricus, the creature that became the astrological symbol for Caps, he was the parentRead More →

leafless trees in misty autumn forest

It’s Friday the 13th, and in 2020 who knows what that means. Will an asteroid wipe us out? Will kaiju emerge from beneath the Earth’s crust and begin destroying our civilization? Hopefully none of the above, but here’s how we feel about this most infamous of dates. J There are a number of theories surrounding how Friday the 13th came to be considered an unlucky day, but it’s a predominantly Western superstition. Elsewhere in the world Tuesday the 13th is the spooky date, or Friday the 17th. Regardless of its origins or the exact date on the calendar, superstition based on numbers is part ofRead More →

As the election goes on, and on, and on like Celine Dion’s greatest hit, we are alleviating our anxiety by balancing doom-scrolling with pure silliness. If you follow K on Twitter, you saw a fun Star Trek-themed example of this yesterday. Today’s post will continue in this vein by telling you about the Disney characters who we think best personify us. J While I don’t consider myself evil by any means, I very much relate to Maleficent’s desire to protect that which she holds dear (I’m basing this on the more modern interpretation of the character). And I can be perfectly wicked when I’m wrongedRead More →