"Nurturing the vital life of the solar god, Ma’at manifests in the nutritive throat region when food offerings are brought. So, when bringing the god offerings, the king invokes the goddess who assists in the ingestion of food:
Receive Ma’at so that you may satisfy your heart.
This your Meret-goddess, who does not leave you.
The thread is before you every day so that you may live from her.
But as both are daughters of Re, Ma’at cannot be separated from Hathor. The guiding influence of Ma’at needs the energizing vitality and life-blood of Hathor to maintain her way of the world. Hathor’s connection with the throat is mentioned in later texts at Dendara. She is the goddess who “frees the throat when it is constricted” and in one scene when the king offers a drink to Hathor, the Upper Egyptian Meret-goddess stands behind him named “Mistress of the Throat”."

MHMM, pg 122-123

Interesting to note about the constricted throat. Considering people have asked about deities tied to asthma, perhaps Hathor is a good choice.

Also interesting to note that possibly she would have ties to having good choice of words and clarity of speaking- since words stem from the throat.

Anonymous said: Okay, so all this talk about holidays has got me wondering- what's coming up in the Kemetic holidays calendar that I should know about as a new non-KO Kemetic?

IDK MAN

I am not really a holiday guy (I know, hard to tell considering I pull so many holidays out of my ass) but no, I srsly am not sure.

Uh, there are the Mysteries in November. And, we’ve got… Dickmas and Moomas in December. And Herishefgiving at the end of November….

and I do a rite related to akhu on Nov 9 which I need to make the post for >.>;;;;;

And there is mention of a Heka Feast ??? on the 23rd, which is in the #Kemetic tag.

But, uh, idk???? That’s what I can recollect. But like I said, holidays are not my jam. I don’t celebrate much throughout the year because I’m a grumpy old man.

Query about godphones and spirit perception: “cracking open” your head

satsekhem:

da-at-ass:

I already have a little experience with this and know a few people’s accounts of it, but want more info so I can give a better accounting of it. I’m looking for input from anyone who has tried this, regardless of whether you succeeded or failed. (Kind of especially if you failed TBH.)

To give some more description, some people have been able to gain the ability to communicate with/work with the spirit world when they previously didn’t have it, or it was “blocked”. Some people who did this did it in a process called being “cracked open” by some, as in “had my head cracked open”. Some people have tried it and failed, or requested it and been denied by a deity or other entity. I’m exploring it and related subjects and if you could give me feedback, it would help me teach people about the subject.

Some of the research will end up in a book I am writing and I will put you in the acknowledgements if your responses end up helping me. (I will fully cite any quotes from you; please let me know if you wouldn’t like to be quoted (in which case I will paraphrase), or if you want to be anonymized. Before press time I will follow up with you if I decide to quote you to find out how you would like to be attributed, especially since tumblr user names look pretty weird sometimes.) If you don’t want to answer some of the questions, you can decline, it’s totally your choice. And of course, if you don’t want to be part of this, don’t participate! I’m cool with all of your decisions.

So, the questions:

1. Did you decide to “crack open” or did it just happen to you?

2. Were you cracked open because it was considered “time” for you, and thus you were meant to be cracked open eventually, or was it a matter of an entity deciding they needed you to be cracked open?

3. Did you have consent?

4. If you asked to be cracked open, what was the process? Did you have to meet criteria or do something in return? Was the process part of your religion?

5. Were you denied? Were you told why?

6. Was the process painful? How long did it take?

7. Did you experience being “partly” cracked open? Did you finish the process yourself or was it later finished for you?

8. Have you been cracked open several times as a result of the cracking “healing over” or you somehow being sealed up again after being cracked open?

9. Would you recommend this process to another person who is considering it? What advice would you pass on?

10. How was your perception before being cracked open? How was it after?

11. If you failed to be cracked open or were declined, are you okay with that result? Have you found another way to do things instead?

Again, cherrypick questions if you want. reblog this post with responses or, if you want to keep it private, email me at felixswarren@gmail.com . PLEASE signal boost! The end result of this will be that more people will understand this phenomena and hopefully be better able to decide if they want to pursue this method or be able to deal with the consequences of it working or not working.

I’m tagging thetwistedrope bc I know they have experience in this area, I’m not sure who else does.

1. Did you decide to “crack open” or did it just happen to you? I did not seek this out. It happened to me.

2. Were you cracked open because it was considered “time” for you, and thus you were meant to be cracked open eventually, or was it a matter of an entity deciding they needed you to be cracked open? It was a little of both. It was considered “time” for me to be cracked open because I was moving into a different sort of role for my deity. However, this was also at the behest of what the deity in question wanted out of our relationship.

3. Did you have consent? I did not give my consent, although it’s possible that consent was implied. Since I needed to undertake certain roles in which a cracked open head was necessary and I was willing to undertake those roles, this would imply consent. However, I never emphatically stated that I wanted this to happen to me. If I had known this was a part of the process, I may have reconsidered.

4. If you asked to be cracked open, what was the process? Did you have to meet criteria or do something in return? Was the process part of your religion? This process was a part of my religion. I suppose I did meet certain criteria.

5. Were you denied? Were you told why? N/A

6. Was the process painful? How long did it take? Yes, it was painful. It’s been between two to three years from when the process started to now.

7. Did you experience being “partly” cracked open? Did you finish the process yourself or was it later finished for you? Yes, I did. I don’t know if the trickle effect was done on purpose so as not to frighten me – since I was not prepared for this at all – or if it was done slowly but surely because I fought against it. However, I went through phases where things would happen loud and clear and then phases where nothing whatsoever happened. It was very much like having bad reception on a television with rabbit ears. I think the process was completed because I finally started working toward being fully cracked open along with the assistance of my deity.

8. Have you been cracked open several times as a result of the cracking “healing over” or you somehow being sealed up again after being cracked open? I have never had it heal over or anything. I have had fallow times, but I don’t consider this as having had the crack heal over.

9. Would you recommend this process to another person who is considering it? What advice would you pass on? I would not recommend this to anyone. It can be frightening especially if you have absolutely no frame of reference with which to figure out what’s happening to you. I was so worried about my sanity that I refused to openly speak about it to my [religious] friends, thinking they would assume I was out of my gourd and in need of mental help.

I recognize that the greater community is becoming more open and honest about these types of things and that telling someone, “you don’t want this,” when they don’t fully understand what “this” is… well that’s kind of a waste of breath. So, honestly, I would have to say that if this is something that you’re interested in, let it work out on its own. Don’t force it or push it because you could cause more harm than good.

10. How was your perception before being cracked open? How was it after? I’ve become embittered and far more jaded over a lot of things since being cracked open. I side-eye the hell out of everything and I’m always wondering what the end game is in everything going on around me. I’m far more paranoid, my anxiety levels have quadrupled, and I’m suspicious to a fault. I definitely can’t say that my perceptions have improved at all because of this.

11. If you failed to be cracked open or were declined, are you okay with that result? Have you found another way to do things instead? When I was just a regular ole person without a cracked open head, I used a lot of my time to focus on the foundations of what I wanted my practice to look for. I honestly wonder if I hadn’t used that “quiet time” to work on those foundations if I would be relatively well adjusted (even if embittered) as I currently am.

hahaha we both said we were bitter and jaded XD

I wonder how common that’s gonna be.

Anonymous said: Don't confused 'oppression' with 'first world problems', it's a rookie error among feminists.

ash-of-the-loam:

feministbatwoman:

debrides:

thehenaproject:

cherrispryte:

feministbatwoman:

Wow, okay buddy, you’re BEGGING for a takedown here. 

First world problems? Not a thing. People who say shit like “first world problems” are massive racist, imperialist, dismissive assholes. 

If you’re ever tempted to say “first world problems,” do me a favor, and pull down a map. Tell me EXACTLY where the “third world” is. Make sure you correctly identify Switzerland as part of the third world, and Turkey as part of the First World. Don’t forget that Djibouti is a part of the first world. 

Literally sit down and learn what “third world” means and why people from nonwestern nations  think it’s a total bullshit term. 

Second: you think people in the so-called third world don’t care about shit like makeup, and love, and technology? You think they don’t care about internet harassment? You think women over there don’t care about street harassment? You think they don’t care about fashion and clothes? You think they don’t care about music and video games?

Because THEY DO. 

Right now, there is a woman in burundi teaching herself how to do a cut-crease eyeshadow look. Guaranteed. 

"Third world" nations have fashion shows and fashion magazines. They care about street harassment. They care about the internet. They play video games. They know more about anime than your sorry ass every will. And the idea of "first world problems," which makes it sound like all women in "third world" nations are dealing with starvation, rape, war, acid attacks etc. 

Is bullshit.

Rank. 

Bullshit. 

Women in Iran spend shitloads of money on makeup. Women in the DRC don’t just care about rape. Rape - the ONE THING westerners can be expected to know about women in Congo-Kinshasa - ranks NUMBER FOUR on the list of issues women in Congo want addressed. Political participation is number 1. Economic empowerment is number 2. Women in India are passionate about information technology, and you know what they hate? Coming to the United States, where Indian women in STEM are suddenly considered LESS GOOD than their male colleagues.  My friends in Senegal taught ME how to download movies off the internet. Zimbabwe has a fashion week. 

As Teju Coal points out: 

"I don’t like this expression "First World problems." It is false and it is condescending. Yes, Nigerians struggle with floods or infant mortality. But these same Nigerians also deal with mundane and seemingly luxurious hassles. Connectivity issues on your BlackBerry, cost of car repair, how to sync your iPad, what brand of noodles to buy: Third World problems. All the silly stuff of life doesn’t disappear just because you’re black and live in a poorer country. People in the richer nations need a more robust sense of the lives being lived in the darker nations. Here’s a First World problem: the inability to see that others are as fully complex and as keen on technology and pleasure as you are.

One event that illustrated the gap between the Africa of conjecture and the real Africa was the BlackBerry outage of a few weeks ago. Who would have thought Research In Motion’s technical issues would cause so much annoyance and inconvenience in a place like Lagos? But of course it did, because people don’t wake up with “poor African” pasted on their foreheads. They live as citizens of the modern world. None of this is to deny the existence of social stratification and elite structures here. There are lifestyles of the rich and famous, sure. But the interesting thing about modern technology is how socially mobile it is—quite literally. Everyone in Lagos has a phone.” 

95% of the people who use bullshit expressions like “First world problems” have NO IDEA what life is like for people in the so-called third world. You just like sitting there derailing. 

And for the record? As a white, western feminist, DAMN RIGHT I concentrate on issues in the United States. Because when white western feminists try to “save” women outside the west? We do a SHIT job of it. We’re the ones who bowl over actual congolese women, and what THEY want, and say that the #1 issue affecting them is rape. We become arms of the imperialist patriarchal complex. 

Classic example: the guy who was ruling Egypt for the British got british feminists to help him in his anti-headscarf campaign in Egypt. Why did he hate headscarves? Because he wanted to *break the spirit* of Egyptians. Not because he gave a shit about women’s rights. 
How do I know that? 
Because he was the head of the anti-women’s-suffrage group in England. 

When women who live outside the west do awesome things, I will signal-boost them, and I will do whatever they think I can do to help. But I follow their lead. Because these are THEIR issues, and THEY know what matters to them. Not me. 

FINALLY: My problems are not trivial. My problems are not bullshit. My problems are not to be dismissed with your racist, imperialist logic. Dress codes and makeup and music and books and video games MATTER. They matter to me. They matter to my life. 

So fuck you. 

And fuck your assumptions. 

And maybe consider that YOUR first world problem? 
Is that you can’t “see that others are as fully complex and as keen on technology and pleasure as you are.” 

::stands up and applauds this response::

Have I blogged this before? Still bears repeating.

+ issues like #rape, #domestic violence, drought, etc, are serious problems in the “First world” as well.  Poverty is a problem in the U.S. There are children starving and being shot by the police without justice in the U.S. Like…„

cypheroftyr just reblogged my post, and suddenly, all the terrible anons are worth it. 

Above post made me realize that I actually had no idea where the whole First and Third World thing came from (and had occasionally vaguely wondered what counted as the “Second World” and why no one ever talks about it), so I did, indeed, look it up.

Since I am probably not the only person who didn’t know: 

"First World" = Was allied with the US/NATO during the Cold War

"Second World" = Allied with the USSR/China/etc during the Cold War

"Third World" = Unaligned or neutral during the Cold War

Why the heck are we still talking about countries based on Cold War politics? O_o

Bizarre.

(It also goes without saying that I’m profoundly embarrassed that I hadn’t thought to look this up earlier.) 

I didn’t realize that was the case either.

What stupid criteria to use. jfc.

ragnarockyroad:

hellslittleexile:

So last night I had a vision of a woman scrunching up her face in concentration and pain, and a voice went along with it that said “think of yourself not as one who will hear, but rather as one who will listen”. When the voice said that, the vision changed to the same…

Isn’t Wepwawet “He Who Opens Doors?” I could be totally wrong, though.

Wpwt is Opener of the Ways. Technically Osiris has that epithet, too, indirectly.

Anonymous said: Don't confused 'oppression' with 'first world problems', it's a rookie error among feminists.

feministbatwoman:

debrides:

thehenaproject:

cherrispryte:

feministbatwoman:

Wow, okay buddy, you’re BEGGING for a takedown here. 

First world problems? Not a thing. People who say shit like “first world problems” are massive racist, imperialist, dismissive assholes. 

If you’re ever tempted to say “first world problems,” do me a favor, and pull down a map. Tell me EXACTLY where the “third world” is. Make sure you correctly identify Switzerland as part of the third world, and Turkey as part of the First World. Don’t forget that Djibouti is a part of the first world. 

Literally sit down and learn what “third world” means and why people from nonwestern nations  think it’s a total bullshit term. 

Second: you think people in the so-called third world don’t care about shit like makeup, and love, and technology? You think they don’t care about internet harassment? You think women over there don’t care about street harassment? You think they don’t care about fashion and clothes? You think they don’t care about music and video games?

Because THEY DO. 

Right now, there is a woman in burundi teaching herself how to do a cut-crease eyeshadow look. Guaranteed. 

"Third world" nations have fashion shows and fashion magazines. They care about street harassment. They care about the internet. They play video games. They know more about anime than your sorry ass every will. And the idea of "first world problems," which makes it sound like all women in "third world" nations are dealing with starvation, rape, war, acid attacks etc. 

Is bullshit.

Rank. 

Bullshit. 

Women in Iran spend shitloads of money on makeup. Women in the DRC don’t just care about rape. Rape - the ONE THING westerners can be expected to know about women in Congo-Kinshasa - ranks NUMBER FOUR on the list of issues women in Congo want addressed. Political participation is number 1. Economic empowerment is number 2. Women in India are passionate about information technology, and you know what they hate? Coming to the United States, where Indian women in STEM are suddenly considered LESS GOOD than their male colleagues.  My friends in Senegal taught ME how to download movies off the internet. Zimbabwe has a fashion week. 

As Teju Coal points out: 

"I don’t like this expression "First World problems." It is false and it is condescending. Yes, Nigerians struggle with floods or infant mortality. But these same Nigerians also deal with mundane and seemingly luxurious hassles. Connectivity issues on your BlackBerry, cost of car repair, how to sync your iPad, what brand of noodles to buy: Third World problems. All the silly stuff of life doesn’t disappear just because you’re black and live in a poorer country. People in the richer nations need a more robust sense of the lives being lived in the darker nations. Here’s a First World problem: the inability to see that others are as fully complex and as keen on technology and pleasure as you are.

One event that illustrated the gap between the Africa of conjecture and the real Africa was the BlackBerry outage of a few weeks ago. Who would have thought Research In Motion’s technical issues would cause so much annoyance and inconvenience in a place like Lagos? But of course it did, because people don’t wake up with “poor African” pasted on their foreheads. They live as citizens of the modern world. None of this is to deny the existence of social stratification and elite structures here. There are lifestyles of the rich and famous, sure. But the interesting thing about modern technology is how socially mobile it is—quite literally. Everyone in Lagos has a phone.” 

95% of the people who use bullshit expressions like “First world problems” have NO IDEA what life is like for people in the so-called third world. You just like sitting there derailing. 

And for the record? As a white, western feminist, DAMN RIGHT I concentrate on issues in the United States. Because when white western feminists try to “save” women outside the west? We do a SHIT job of it. We’re the ones who bowl over actual congolese women, and what THEY want, and say that the #1 issue affecting them is rape. We become arms of the imperialist patriarchal complex. 

Classic example: the guy who was ruling Egypt for the British got british feminists to help him in his anti-headscarf campaign in Egypt. Why did he hate headscarves? Because he wanted to *break the spirit* of Egyptians. Not because he gave a shit about women’s rights. 
How do I know that? 
Because he was the head of the anti-women’s-suffrage group in England. 

When women who live outside the west do awesome things, I will signal-boost them, and I will do whatever they think I can do to help. But I follow their lead. Because these are THEIR issues, and THEY know what matters to them. Not me. 

FINALLY: My problems are not trivial. My problems are not bullshit. My problems are not to be dismissed with your racist, imperialist logic. Dress codes and makeup and music and books and video games MATTER. They matter to me. They matter to my life. 

So fuck you. 

And fuck your assumptions. 

And maybe consider that YOUR first world problem? 
Is that you can’t “see that others are as fully complex and as keen on technology and pleasure as you are.” 

::stands up and applauds this response::

Have I blogged this before? Still bears repeating.

+ issues like #rape, #domestic violence, drought, etc, are serious problems in the “First world” as well.  Poverty is a problem in the U.S. There are children starving and being shot by the police without justice in the U.S. Like…„

cypheroftyr just reblogged my post, and suddenly, all the terrible anons are worth it. 

Query about godphones and spirit perception: “cracking open” your head

da-at-ass:

I already have a little experience with this and know a few people’s accounts of it, but want more info so I can give a better accounting of it. I’m looking for input from anyone who has tried this, regardless of whether you succeeded or failed. (Kind of especially if you failed TBH.)

To give some more description, some people have been able to gain the ability to communicate with/work with the spirit world when they previously didn’t have it, or it was “blocked”. Some people who did this did it in a process called being “cracked open” by some, as in “had my head cracked open”. Some people have tried it and failed, or requested it and been denied by a deity or other entity. I’m exploring it and related subjects and if you could give me feedback, it would help me teach people about the subject.

Some of the research will end up in a book I am writing and I will put you in the acknowledgements if your responses end up helping me. (I will fully cite any quotes from you; please let me know if you wouldn’t like to be quoted (in which case I will paraphrase), or if you want to be anonymized. Before press time I will follow up with you if I decide to quote you to find out how you would like to be attributed, especially since tumblr user names look pretty weird sometimes.) If you don’t want to answer some of the questions, you can decline, it’s totally your choice. And of course, if you don’t want to be part of this, don’t participate! I’m cool with all of your decisions.

So, the questions:

1. Did you decide to “crack open” or did it just happen to you?

2. Were you cracked open because it was considered “time” for you, and thus you were meant to be cracked open eventually, or was it a matter of an entity deciding they needed you to be cracked open?

3. Did you have consent?

4. If you asked to be cracked open, what was the process? Did you have to meet criteria or do something in return? Was the process part of your religion?

5. Were you denied? Were you told why?

6. Was the process painful? How long did it take?

7. Did you experience being “partly” cracked open? Did you finish the process yourself or was it later finished for you?

8. Have you been cracked open several times as a result of the cracking “healing over” or you somehow being sealed up again after being cracked open?

9. Would you recommend this process to another person who is considering it? What advice would you pass on?

10. How was your perception before being cracked open? How was it after?

11. If you failed to be cracked open or were declined, are you okay with that result? Have you found another way to do things instead?

Again, cherrypick questions if you want. reblog this post with responses or, if you want to keep it private, email me at felixswarren@gmail.com . PLEASE signal boost! The end result of this will be that more people will understand this phenomena and hopefully be better able to decide if they want to pursue this method or be able to deal with the consequences of it working or not working.

I’m tagging thetwistedrope bc I know they have experience in this area, I’m not sure who else does.

I’m too lazy to make an email, so I’ll just throw this up here. Can’t hurt for other people to have an idea of how I got to where I am.

1. Did you decide to “crack open” or did it just happen to you?

Both. I wanted cracked open a long long time ago, but it wasn’t happening, and my friend at the time told me not to worry so much about it. That we all have our strengths and weaknesses, and so I decided to focus on other things instead of astral/spirit work. But then things started to happen quite a few years later, and I decided to run with it, because I felt it was necessary for things (long story, this is short version).

2. Were you cracked open because it was considered “time” for you, and thus you were meant to be cracked open eventually, or was it a matter of an entity deciding they needed you to be cracked open?

Also probably both. I think some people wanted me to stay hidden, but then I kept pushing and things kept happening, and it became inevitable. There have been a lot of entities that have played a role in getting me to where I am now. So I’d wager both.

3. Did you have consent?

Sorta. I ultimately felt it would be beneficial, so I kinda ran with it. But some parts of it were without consent (being thrown in the pit, being drowned)

4. If you asked to be cracked open, what was the process? Did you have to meet criteria or do something in return? Was the process part of your religion?

No criteria needed to be met, afaict. If anything, I just needed to want it bad enough to stick it out (I did want it, though probably not for reasons people are thinking). Process involved many years of various crap that added up. Dealing with anger. Dealing with fear and loss. Getting over abuse and trauma. Pushing my body to its limits. Breaking my body in some situations, etc.

Not part of my religion, afaik. Though it has become part of my religious practice.

5. Were you denied? Were you told why?

N/A

6. Was the process painful? How long did it take?

Yes. Depends on how we define the starting point. If I start with falling into the pit, it took about 3 or4 years to get out onto the astral proper. If we start with when I fell into paganism, we’re looking at closer to 7 or 8 years.

7. Did you experience being “partly” cracked open? Did you finish the process yourself or was it later finished for you?

Yes. I think I have always been partially cracked open. Weird dreams. Weird experiences and thoughts. Always being watched. But I wasn’t able to interact with much.

I personally think that while entities may have pushed me in the right direction, or given me the tools to crack my head open- that it was largely my own desire to run with things that got me here. But because it has been a mutual process in a lot of ways, I can’t say whether it’s more me or them that “finished” things. Trying to force an unwilling person to do stuff makes the process slow and messy. And as far as I’m concerned, my head is still breaking open in ways I wouldn’t have expected. As I like to say “the rabbit hole has no bottom”.

8. Have you been cracked open several times as a result of the cracking “healing over” or you somehow being sealed up again after being cracked open?

Not to my knowledge.

9. Would you recommend this process to another person who is considering it? What advice would you pass on?

Depends on the circumstances. Honestly, I have found that warnings and stuff don’t do a whole lot. People want what they want regardless of whether you warn them about the downsides or not. I think that each person has to decide if its worth it for them. And I no longer make that call for anyone who is looking around.

My advice would be to be careful what you wish for. The Unseen is a big ass place and there are lots of not-good places over there. For each person who has a great life over there, there are others who have shit lives, too. It’s a lot of stress and its not something you can just put down because it doesn’t suit you. I personally can’t put it aside when life gets hectic- and you may not be able to, either. Be prepared to make hard choices if you pursue this. If you do pursue it,  pursue it seriously.

10. How was your perception before being cracked open? How was it after?

hahahaahahahahahahahahaha x 100000000000

My view on things was so narrow and tiny and earth-centric when I started. I was fucking naive and stupid. You don’t know what you don’t know, after all.

After? I’ve probably become more bitter, more jaded. I value life in many ways that I didn’t before. I value the tiny small precious things that people overlook, because those are the things that help me to get by. I’ve had most of my perceptions challenged or destroyed by the process. I have a hard time defining things and understanding things now because of what I’ve seen.

11. If you failed to be cracked open or were declined, are you okay with that result? Have you found another way to do things instead?

When I originally decided to stop working on doing astral stuff, I learned how to do things other ways. Instead of staring at the closed door in front of me, I decided to focus on other stuff. I was originally okay with that. I guess other people had other ideas for me, though.

Stuff. Things. If anyone has questions, you can hit me up.

"I hear you have chocolate cake for me"

thetwistedrope:

Yes, Set. Yes I do. But let’s actually, like… get some business done first, m’kay?

As he pouts. “But I want my cake”

omg how far back did you have to go to find this XDDD

(via littleredjackal)

ragnarockyroad:

So. I’m now working with Set. Why?

I’ll tell you why.

I had a dream. In this dream, I was sitting in a dark-ish room that had like a Windows 98 style computer, and blinking on its greyish screen was a weird chat box style thing. APPARENTLY, Set was emailing me over it, demanding to know why I had talked to/worked with him once and never done so again. Essentially, “The fuck, tiny human?” I was mortified that I would do that, but even in my dreams couldn’t remember when I might have contacted him, outside of once (maybe twice?) where I had asked him to bring a little rain while I was out of town. I kept sitting down to type my apology, but the words wouldn’t come.

So, I actually got up, left my dream (???), and walked my way into a new dream. About 15-30 minutes (dream time) passed, when all of a sudden I’m pulled back in the first place and he’s standing there, face shadowed and hands on his hips, demanding to know “the fuck, tiny human?” And why I wasn’t working with him, and I felt I should apologize even more, because I hadn’t responded to the dream email he had sent me (and I could read it (something I’ve been doing a lot lately),so maybe lucid dreaming?) immediately. And so, the words came to me, and I started apologizing, that I hadn’t meant to ignore him, but that I hadn’t been able to find the words to apologize until he showed up to me.

Then I saw his face in like a mirror thing, but it reminded me of a certain person, which I think he showed me just to taunt me, lol.

But, yeah. He was irritated that I hadn’t worked with him after the first time (which I don’t really remember having done), and then that I didn’t respond to his dream email.

But wait, there’s more.

About a week before hand, I’d been reading/giggling about Dickmas and the Set’s Balls/Valentine’s Day holidays. The fucking MILLISECOND I woke up, my mind started playing “Balls Deep” from the Cleveland Show, and “Chocolate Salty Balls” from South Park (but just the “put ’ em in your mouth, such ‘em” part on repeat, and it stayed that way ALL. FUCKING. DAY.

I kept going between cracking up and just going “The fuck, Set?”

Long story short, he played those in my head until I agreed to work with him, and that is the story of how I came to work with Set.

omg but he will fucking pester you until you pay attn to him jfc.

(via littleredjackal)