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thewerebunny:

drunkoffbutterbeer:

I’m sorry did you save the doctor with cpr

Did you defeat a witch’s spell with a rhyming word from harry potter

Did you take care of the doctor in 1913 England when he didn’t even remember himself

Did you recognize the master before the doctor did

Did you save all of humanity’s ass from the master by spreading the story of the doctor?

No?

Then why don’t you stop being a little bitch about Martha Jones being a useless unneeded character 

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(Source: claroswinoswald, via i-am-mishafuckingcollins)

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timtampon:

timtampon:

I was talking to my friend on the phone and then she almost got run over and i was obviously really concerned so i asked her if she was okay and after a moment she replied “there is a Jesus in the sky” in a really matter-of-fact sort of way
so obviously I thought something was seriously wrong butimage

omg please don’t bring this back
People are converting because of this post and I’m actually Jewish oh god I fucked up

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 Umay is the goddess of fertility and virginity in Turkic mythology and Tengriism. She resembles earth-mother goddesses found in various other world religions. Umay is a protector of women and children. The oldest evidence is seen in the Orkhon monuments. From these it is understood that Umay was accepted as a mother and a guide. In the view of the Kyrgyz people, Umay not only protects children, but also Turkic communities around the world. At the same time Umay helps people to obtain more food and goods and gives them luck. 
“Our progenitress, mistress Umai” - the Turkic people called their main goddess, whose name means “swan”. Appearing as a bird she could fly in the sky, walk on the ground or swim in the water.

Umay is the goddess of fertility and virginity in Turkic mythology and Tengriism. She resembles earth-mother goddesses found in various other world religions. Umay is a protector of women and children. The oldest evidence is seen in the Orkhon monuments. From these it is understood that Umay was accepted as a mother and a guide. In the view of the Kyrgyz people, Umay not only protects children, but also Turkic communities around the world. At the same time Umay helps people to obtain more food and goods and gives them luck.

“Our progenitress, mistress Umai” - the Turkic people called their main goddess, whose name means “swan”. Appearing as a bird she could fly in the sky, walk on the ground or swim in the water.

(Source: saeruth, via mythandrists)

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Anonymous asked: Okay, this may sound dumb but are Greeks of color?? I've always pictured them so but the more I research the more I'm wondering. All the images of indigenous people have either been of very fair-skinned people or olive-toned people.

ecadia:

writingwithcolor:

Although this doesn’t seem to be about writing an exception shall be made for this ONE ask. Greeks are not people of color they are White like Italians who can be olive skinned. Skin color is not always an indicator of whether a person is of color or not. You can go to our FAQs page and check out White-Passing.

-Mod Lori

A long long time ago, before the greeks as we know them, there the Minoans. It is unclear what exactly they looked like, but they painted themselves brownish-red. Then a people called the Hyksos came, fair skinned, red haired, and riding on horseback. They swallowed up the Minoan culture and became what we know as the ancient Greeks.