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   A blue moon over Alloa, Scotland, in the autumn. If you’re wondering what a Blue Moon actually is, well, every few years there are thirteen Full Moons in a year; and the thirteenth is called the Blue Moon. And if you’re wondering how I know this, it is due to my vast knowledge of the subject of lycanthropy. 

   (pic by billycurrie on

endymion and selene

“According to the myth, Selene, the eternally beautiful goddess of the Moon, gazed upon Endymion and fell madly in love with him. It is said that in time Selene bore the handsome mortal fifty daughters. Scholars have suggested that the number of daughters is symbolic, with each daughter possibly representing an individual month of an Olympiad. Certainly, the story of a mortal and an immortal engaging in a legendary affair is interesting enough, but there is even more to this intriguing tale. It is important to remember that, as a mortal, Endymion was subject to the fate that we all share - aging and eventual death. However, the Greek gods and goddesses did not age and die. Instead, the gods of Greece remained young and beautiful for all time. The relationship between Endymion and Selene, therefore, faced some serious problems. Selene came up with a solution to this dilemma. According to one version of the myth, the goddess of the Moon cast a spell on her lover, making him sleep forever. In this state of eternal slumber, Endymion kept both his youth and his good looks. ” source
(via t. van gieson)



i wanna start looking at the moon again

(via serina)




moonlight - Orion nebula (via Stéphane Giner)