misslynx: (Music - Within Temptation - Sharon hair)
Music meme again, this time brought to you by the letter F (and [livejournal.com profile] sabotabby). Instructions in the previous post, for those who want to play.

  1. "Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues - Best Christmas song ever. Also, one that nearly lost an old friend of mine her job once. She was a switchboard operator at a law firm, and got in trouble for singing this song while walking down the hall in the office - and particularly because when one of the lawyers came out to scold her, she sang it directly to him: "Richard! You scumbag, you maggot, you cheap lousy faggot, merry Christmas!"

  2. "Fear Of Freedom" by Poison Girls (Sorry, couldn't find any link where you could listen to this one, but the lyrics are here if that helps) - I was passionately devoted to this band in the 80s. They sort of grew out of the same anarcho-punk scene as Crass etc., but were much more musically varied, and lyrically more introspective and less didactic. This is one of my favourite songs of theirs.

  3. "Farewell to the Crown" by Chumbawamba - a fun little song about, well, killing the British royal family. Only Chumbawamba could write something musically so perky and cheerful and lyrically so nasty.

  4. "Forsaken" by Within Temptation - It's a cool coincidence that I got the letters S and F, because that enabled me to include two of my very favourite WT songs, and a pair that go really well together at that. "Forsaken" and "See Who I Am" are kind of like the dark and light side of the state of the world - if "See Who I Am" was about why there's still hope, "Forsaken" is more about why things are so royally screwed up in the first place:
    We lived our lives in our paradise,
    As gods we shaped the world around.
    No borderlines we'd stay behind,
    Though balance is something fragile.

    While we thought we were gaining,
    We'd turn back the tide, it still slips away.
    Our time has run out, our future has died,
    There's no more escape.
    Also, the link above goes to an awesome live video, which captures a bit of the intensity of what they're like live - though it's interesting to see the contrast between the kind of venues they play in Europe, where they're much better known, and the relatively small club I saw them in here.

  5. "Fama Tuba" by Helium Vola - I was somewhat undecided between several different songs for the fifth pick, but this was the only one of the lot that had a video, so that ended up deciding me. Helium Vola are a German band who describe themselves as "electro-mediaeval", which in practice means "Now iz ze time on Sprockets vhen ve chant in Latin." You can see the lyrics translated into several languages (including English) here.
misslynx: (Music - Within Temptation - Sharon fierc)
  1. Reply to this post and I'll assign you a letter.
  2. List 5 songs that start with that letter.
  3. Post them to your journal (preferably with links to where people can hear them, and some kind of comment), along with these instructions.

My picks:
  1. Spin Moon Magic by The Dreamside - this is the first one that came to my mind as soon as I saw what letter [livejournal.com profile] curgoth had assigned me, because it is not only one of my all-time favourite songs, but also, in my opinion, officially the best pagan song ever. And quite a change stylistically from the folky stuff people usually think of as "pagan music".

  2. Sisters of the Light by Xandria - Another major favourite, though I must ask people to please ignore the crappy fan video, large chunks of which seem to have been spliced in at random from a video for a different song, with a totally different feel from this one. The contrast is kind of jarring... But the song is awesome. If you ever wondered what you'd get if you combined German gothic metal with bellydancing music and added cool witchy feminist lyrics, wonder no more (OK, this particular song is actually not very metally at all, but the band does seem to get classed in that genre more often than not).

  3. See Who I Am by Within Temptation - OK, so we've had Best Pagan Song Ever and Best Feminist Song Ever, and this one I think I have to just rank as Best Song Ever, full stop. Or at least, very highly placed on the list of Best Songs Ever that I can't decide among. It's musically powerful and breathtaking to listen to (especially at high volumes), Sharon's vocals are beautiful, and the lyrics are really inspiring and uplifting:
    See who I am
    Break through the silence
    Reach for my hand
    I'll show you that we can
    Free our minds and find a way
    The world is in our hands
    This is not the end
    This is one of the songs I listen to when I'm overwhelmed with the awfulness of so much of what goes on in the world, and need to feel like there's still hope.

And now, just for contrast, we need a few songs that are not by female-fronted, vaguely pagan-ish, gothy, European sort-of-metal bands.
  1. Station to Station by David Bowie - I'm an old-time Bowie fan from way back, having grown up listening to his early 70s stuff, and while I'd be very hard pressed to ever come up with one single favourite Bowie song, this is one of many that I love. And it starts with S.

  2. Sex on Wheels by My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult - and for pure fluff and fun value, I just had to add this one. Trashy, campy, completely without any redeeming social value. And fun to dance to.

So that's five, but I can't resist adding in a sixth bonus pick:
  1. Sex and Wildflowers by Sieben. Yes, the whole album. OK, so very few of the actual songs start with S, but both the album and the artist do, and that's got to count for something. If you're not familiar with classically trained violinist Matt Howden's project Sieben, check out Love's Promise, Crimson Clover or my personal favourite from the album (more intense and less folky than most of the rest), Deathlust.
misslynx: (With Kiska (on couch))
Having had so much fun with this conversation in [livejournal.com profile] tamago23's journal, I can't resist posting the meme that started it here:

If your eyes are passing over this right now (even if we don't speak often or ever), please post a comment with a COMPLETELY MADE UP AND FICTIONAL memory of you and me. It can be anything you want, good or bad -- BUT IT HAS TO BE FAKE.

When you're finished, post this little paragraph in your LJ and see what your friends come up with.

Bonus points for really surreal, down-the-rabbit-hole type memories.
misslynx: (Cat Attack)
If you haven't yet seen this, and you have any pagan + geeky leanings whatsoever, you really, really, really need to click on the following link NOW:

The LOLcat Rede

. . .

In other, unrelated but equally surreal, news, due to the crazy heat situation in our apartment necessitating opening windows (Yes. In February. In Canada. In the middle of a "severe winter storm warning" snowstorm.), it is now possible, while using the facilities in our washroom, to have the left side of your body toasted sauna-style while the right side gets snowed on.
misslynx: (Curtana Fairy)
Now this looks like a hell of a lot of fun:

Pretend to be a Time Traveller Day

I don't know if I'd have the nerve to do it, but I really hope some people do. The dystopian future options looked particularly entertaining. Although the visitor from the past thing could be fun too, especially if you spun it into something like having been kidnapped by the fairies.
misslynx: (With Kiska (on couch))
...But this one just fits so closely I can't quite resist:

"If you're maybe noticing that you're older than you used to be, and are feeling sad/angry/confused/worried/frustrated that you haven't accomplished as much as you/other people in your present or past/annoyingly critical voices inside your head think you should have, and if you're maybe feeling something like "I'm not a real grownup like everyone else," and if you're maybe also feeling sad/angry/confused/worried/frustrated that your body isn't working the way it used to, and you're maybe thinking, "if that's true then how am I going to DO all those accomplishments that I/other people/voices in my head think I ought or want to do?", and maybe you're also wondering how are you going to dig out from under the accumulation of habit and procrastination and self-doubt to some sense of satisfaction in your life again, then post this same sentence in your journal."

Lifted from [livejournal.com profile] monkeyman.
misslynx: (Angry cat)
Finally succumbed to temptation and after five minutes, I already hate the fucking thing.

First of all, ads that yell out loud at you should be illegal.

Second, whoever told me you could disable that stupid "wall" thing that lets anyone who wants to post spam on your page apparently lied, either that or it's a well-hidden feature.

Third, although it has a link to "add e-mails", all that lets you do is change your e-mail, not add a second one. So I can only have my business or personal e-mail on there but not both, and e-mail is how it keeps track of you, so either the people who've been trying to add me through my business address or through my personal one are SOL, because I can only be one of those two people, apparently.

Fourth, judging by the questions it hits you with as soon as you sign up, it appears to be primarily a glorified dating service, which I am so not interested in. I barely have time for the relationships I've already got. People claim you can use it for business networking, but if that's the case, why is the first thing you're supposed to fill in your relationship status, gender preference and what sort of relationship and/or cheap sex you're looking for?

Fifth, and perhaps most importantly, exactly what is the fucking point? Other than to collect a lot of marketing data, encourage people to spam their friends, and waste everyone's time?

Will probably just delete the stupid thing later today, unless I discover between now and then that there's actually any kind of constructive purpose to it.
misslynx: (Feline world domination)
I played this for [livejournal.com profile] taikakettu last night, and tonight before she went to bed she made me promise to post for it for all to enjoy/wet themselves laughing at.

Anyone who has ever giggled at certain types of photos that seem to be all the rage now HAS to listen to this:


It's best if you just click Play without reading the lyrics first.
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Lifted from [livejournal.com profile] stephanielynch

Five things you would tell your 16 year old self if you could:
  1. You aren't crazy.

  2. Finish the novel. Really. If you don't get in the habit of finishing things you start now, it'll be a lot harder later. Trust me on this.

  3. Life will get better... eventually. Moving out on your own will help. A lot.

  4. You know that whole "I don't know if I want to be an artist or a scientist" thing? Can't help you there. You're still going to be undecided 20 years later, and then some. And the world hasn't got a lot of patience for people who actually enjoy and are good at working with both hemispheres of their brain. But it'll be kind of advantageous when you end up running your own web design business.

  5. There's a reason you're not overly interested in dating boys. You'll figure out what it is pretty soon. But when you do, you don't need to take it as an absolute. Life will eventually throw you some interesting curves, so avoid getting overly attached to labels.

  6. Do not obsess on your weight, even if your parents and siblings do. You are really not very much overweight at all. But you eventually will be if you fuck up your metabolism by trying to give up food altogether alternating with occasional mega-binges on chocolate. Let's just skip that part and go straight to eating sensibly and accepting the body we've got, OK?

  7. You will, eventually, develop some fashion sense, but it'll take a while. The punk thing is a good start, though, so go with that. At least you can't mismatch black. But in retrospect, Siouxsie's probably a better look for you than Nina Hagen.

  8. You will, eventually, actually have friends. With whom you have something in common, even. You are not a complete freak. Or if you are, there are other freaks out there and sooner or later you'll find each other.

  9. You're right, they're wrong: the witchcraft thing isn't just a phase.

  10. Your parents may seem like they're out to make you miserable and drive you insane, but really they're just ordinary fucked-up human beings like you, trying to do their best and not doing very well at it. They also weren't that much older than you when they had you. Think about that one for a while. How perfect a parent do you think you'd be if you suddenly had a baby four years from now? Cut them some slack.
OK, that was more than five. I never was good at following orders.
misslynx: (Default)
List five ten (or whatever number you want - personally, I'm too indecisive to narrow it down to five) songs that you are currently digging... It doesn't matter what genre they are from, whether they have words, or even if they're any good, but they must be songs you're really enjoying right now. Post these instructions, the artist and the song in your blog along with your five songs. Then tag five other people to see what they're listening to.
  1. Within Temptation - "Mother Earth"
  2. The Changelings - "Johnny Ether's Great Escape"
  3. Engelsstaub - "A Dream Within A Dream"
  4. The Dreamside - "Spin Moon Magic"
  5. Garmarna - "Herr Mannelig"
  6. Sirenia - "Save Me From Myself"
  7. Rosetta Stone - "Come Hell or High Water"
  8. Corvus Corax - "Totus Floreo"
  9. Claire Voyant - "Fear"
  10. Shiva in Exile - "Odysseia"
Not so into the tagging thing... Do it if you want, or not if you don't.
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  1. Total number of DVD/VHS I own: Not a whole lot. I did receive two films (Koyaanisqatsiand Powaqatsi), all five seasons of Angel and season six of Buffy for my birthday this year, and just recently picked up season one of Buffy from an LJ friend. But I don't think I really own much more than that. I have a vague recollection of having been given a few VHS tapes at some point in the past decade or so prior to this year, but since for most of my adult life I never owned a TV, let alone a VCR or DVD player, they were of limited use. It's really only been since moving in with [livejournal.com profile] ladyjane (and her video equipment) that videos have become a part of my life to any significant extent. So I suppose the answer is 9, if the TV series count as one per season rather than however many disks are in each package..

  2. The last film I bought: N/A. Never actually bought one myself that I can recall.

  3. The last film I watched: Jacob's Ladder, earlier this evening, with Ladyjane and [livejournal.com profile] optimystik

  4. Five films that I watch a lot or that mean a lot to me:

    Koyaanisqatsi - Not for everyone, but mind-altering and nearly life-altering when I first saw it over 20 years ago. Still pretty powerful two decades later.

    The Company of Wolves - A subversive, lycanthropic, feminist fairy tale. What's not to like?

    The Secret of Roan Inish - Seals, shapeshifting, Celtic folklore, and the tension between childhood imagination and adult disbelief. Need I say more?

    Practical Magic - Because Ladyjane and I agreed a long time ago we were going to become the Aunts when we grew up. I'll be Aunt Frances (the one with the eyeliner and the big hats, of course) and she'll be Aunt Jet.

    Hard to settle on a fifth, but I think I might have to go with The Nightmare Before Christmas. Sure, it's a goth cliché, but it also seems to have become something of a family tradition, and my nephews have grown up on it, as we seem to watch it at every Christmas that we spend with my mother and stepfather up north.

  5. Tag 5 people and have them put this in their journal:

    Hmmmm... I don't like pressuring people, and Ladyjane already picked a lot of the ones I probably would have. Plus I have a memory like a sieve and will probably end up picking people who've already posted this. But I suppose we've got to have some kind of closure here, so here goes:

    [livejournal.com profile] sgeimh_solais
    [livejournal.com profile] otherwhen
    [livejournal.com profile] lynxspirit
    [livejournal.com profile] sanacrow
    [livejournal.com profile] elorie
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Drinking the ginger peach tea that [livejournal.com profile] ladyjane left behind, listening to MP3s I got from her, missing her like crazy, trying to plot out whether this new contract means I might be able to spring for another plane ticket in February so we don't have to wait until March, and worrying just a bit that she hasn't answered the e-mail I sent last night... *sigh*

Found out the client is couriering a cashier's cheque rather than doing a direct bank transfer. This means it probably won't show up until Monday or Tuesday. Damn. Must try and extract some money from another client in the meantime. Not even sure exactly what a cashier's cheque is, but I think it's something like a money order or certified cheque. If my bank wants to hold it, I'll scream.

Still doing the occasional silly personality test... Want to see? )
misslynx: (Default)
Your distinct personality, The Benevolent Ruler might be found in most of the thriving kingdoms of the time. You are the idealistic social dreamer. Your overriding goal is to solve the people problems of your world. You are a social reformer who wants everyone to be happy in a world that you can visualize. You are exceptionally perceptive about the woes and needs of humankind. You often have the understanding and skill to readily conceive and implement the solutions to your perceptions. On the positive side, you are creatively persuasive, charismatic and ideologically concerned. On the negative side, you may be unrealistically sentimental, scattered and impulsive, as well as deviously manipulative. Interestingly, your preference is just as applicable in today's corporate kingdoms.


Actually, a lot of that sounds frighteningly accurate, both the good and bad...

Less sick today. Not 100% well, but better than yesterday.
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Four songs people should listen to:
Sigur Rós - "Ny Batterí" or "Flugufrelsarinn"
Kronos Quartet - "Mugam Sayagi"
The Waterboys - "The Return of Pan"
Current 93 - Of Ruine or Some Blazing Starre (the whole album - it's basically one long piece)

Four qualities in people that annoy you:
Lack of compassion for others
Dishonesty in any form
Lack of introspection, or being unwilling to see how they contribute to their own problems
Constant demands for emotional support from others while not doing anything to help themselves

Four movies you watch all of the time:
I don't think there's anything I watch "all the time", but here are four I've voluntarily seen more than once:
Ginger Snaps
The Secret of Roan Inish
The Company of Wolves

Four things people should know about you:
I have no time sense.
I am pathologically disorganized sometimes.
Working at home is still work. The fact that I am home does not mean I am "free". (insert Jack Nicholson's "I work at home" monologue from As Good As It Gets here)
I hate phone calls with no purpose to them, except from people who I for some reason (i.e. distance) I can't socialize with in person.

Four things on your desk right now:
Cup of tea
Bag of 50 purple and silver bangle bracelets left over from Halloween costume
Several bottles of nail polish
Plastic tasmanian devil which was given to me by my Australian ex

Four things I talk about the most:
Depression (my own and other people's)
Relationship or lack-or-relationship angst (again, my own and other people's)

Four things you do not understand about your own sex:
Desire for motherhood [Note added in May, 2010: wow, that's ironic, given later events...]
Willingness to put up with abuse (OK, that's not solely limited to women, but more common there than among men)
Living vicariously through others, esp. men or children
Hating or distrusting other women

Four foods you could live off of:
Mushrooms (all kinds, any way except raw)
Indian food in any form
Thai food in any form

Four CDs from your collection that you will never get tired of:
Current 93 - Of Ruine or Some Blazing Starre
Legendary Pink Dots - The Lovers
Sigur Rós - Agaetis Byrjun
PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love

Four movies that made you think:
Fight Club
A Question of Silence
Anything by Derek Jarman (OK, that's a lot more than 4)

Four celebrities you would have sex with:
None, really. Maybe I'm just weird but I can't get excited about the idea of having sex with people I don't know.

Four vacations you want to take:
Houseboat in Temagami
Ancient sites in Britan and Ireland
Canoe trip down the Nahanni river
Antarctica (OK, maybe I've been reading too much Lovecraft...)

Four songs you get stuck in your head frequently:
Varies wildly depending on what I've been listening to lately. The only ones I can think of at the moment are:
"Lola" by the Kinks (after my ill-fated Karaoke experience)
"Crowleymass" by Current 93

Four beverages you drink frequently:
Red Wine
Strongbow Cider

Four TV shows that you liked when you were a kid:
Batman (the old, campy one)
Star Trek (the original)
The Munsters and/or Addams Family (frequently mixed them up)
The Goodies (obscure British comedy show)

Four places to go in your city:
The Rouge Valley
Sunnyside Park, along the lake. I still miss living near there.
Triskelion bookstore
The Savage Garden

Four things you do when you're bored:
Play Shanghai
Come up with supposedly vital but really quite unimportant errands so that I have an excuse to leave the house
Fill out online tests and questionnaires like this one

Four of your favorite books:
Prime Chaos by Phil Hine
Earth Light by RJ Stewart
Someplace to be Flying by Charles DeLint
Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman

Four things that never fail to cheer you up:
My cats, especially the new kitten
Going to Savage
Successfully hacking a CGI script of some sort
Finishing something I've started
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I am Imelda Marcos.
Which Evil Criminal are You?

Somehow this seems strangely appropriate... :-)

Now, a lot of the Emode tests that are currently going around, I took long ago, so maybe I should just list my answers (since Emode so helpfully saves them for you):

Aura Colour: Violet
Career Makeover: Film Director
Celebrity Look: Glamourous
Coffee Type: Go-Getter
Deadly Sin: Sloth
Dog Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog
Executive Type: Art Director (surprise, surprise)
Flavour: Licorice
Flirt Type: Subtle Flirt
Inner Rock Star: Faith Hill (whoever that is)
Monster Match: Ghost
Passion Predictor: Snugglebunny
Past Life: a hamster named Vladimir
Sex Goddess: Persephone
Stress Style: Rock'n'Roller
Superpower: Animal Communication
Theme Song: Dancing Queen
True Colour: Blue
Ultimate Personality Test: Secret Agent

Oh yes, and over on The Spark.com:

Personality Test: DIAT (Experimenter). Opposites had better attract, because I ranked opposite to the current object of my affections in all four categories!
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1. http://www.cs.ucr.edu/~chua/test/test.html


You come to grips more frequently and thoroughly with yourself and your environment than do most people. You detest superficiality; you'd rather be alone than have to suffer through small talk. But your relationships with your friends are highly intensive, which gives you the inner tranquility and harmony that you need in order to feel good. You do not mind being alone for extended periods of time; you rarely become bored.

Pretty accurate, I'd say...

2. Colorgenics profile

You are longing for some love and affection at this time ... not that you have been deprived of tender loving care ... but there are times when everyone needs to try something new or to go "somewhere" else to perhaps experience that little extra "understanding" ...

Which ever way you turn - you feel that you are being utterly thwarted. There is considerable conflict in the air... but you will stick to your beliefs and not be deterred in endeavouring to attain your objectives.

Enough is enough ... But the problems never seem to stop. They never stop.. You feel, and maybe you are right, that the problems seem to go on and on ...and you have indeed had more than your fair share of trials and tribulations. But to give you credit ...You bounce back - Time again and again.... you stick to your beliefs because deep down you have that inner knowledge, that "belief" system that in the end -everything will turn out OK...and you are right....it will !

As of late, you have been experiencing untold stress .. and this is a result of continuous frustration ... You haven't been taking care of all your physical needs... and it's beginning to show. It would seem that you have a need to find someone to whom you can really relate ... someone perhaps whose standards are as high as your own. You want to be different .... to be individualistic ... to stand out from the common herd. Your inherent control of your sensual instincts is restricting your ability to give yourself to open up freely.... but this, being on your own, this being lonely ..often makes you feel the need to give up some of your strict standards to surrender to the general flow - to be like everyone else; a part of the herd. Deep down you regard such instincts as weaknesses to be overcome. You would like to be loved or admired for yourself alone. You demand recognition and tender loving care.

You are putting on a show .. a facade. You are a master of demonstrating considerable charm in the hope that this can or will lead to better things... Deep down - you are fearful that this may not work and that you may have to employ other strategies in order to realise all your ambitions.

All right, that one's actually kind of scary!

3. And on a lighter note...

Your Pokéname is:


You live in the steaming jungles of the Congo, and your diet consists mostly of grass, small rodents and kerosene.


(Combat and Non-combat)
You can eat acid. You can throw force bolts. You can eat iron filings. You can puke poison. You can spit bricks. You have a full-body tattoo. You can spit broken glass. You have a covered wicker basket.

Natural Enemies:
Your natural enemy is Vaporbar.

4. And theHarry Potter Sorting Hat put me in...


OK, no real surprise there.


Nov. 18th, 2001 08:49 pm
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I could go either way. Deep into the madness of nights filled with coding CGI-Scripts and online role playing games, or I could become a normal user. Good luck!

Take the INTERNET-ADDICT Test at Fuali.com!

But... I already hack CGI scripts deep into the night!
misslynx: (red)
All right, that was excessively long and kind of grim. So just to show you I'm not determined to always be serious and do believe in having fun here occasionally...

I AM 57% GOTH.

Oh My Goth! You Goth, Girl. There is a good chance I am bi. Freakiness pumps through my veins, but I can still laugh at myself.

Take the GOTH Test at Fuali.com!

I AM 34% GEEK.

I probably work in computers, or a history department at a college. I never really fit in with the "normal" crowd. But I have friends, and this is a good thing.

Take the GEEK Test at Fuali.com!

I AM 32% PUNK.

Well, I may know what punk is, but... Okay maybe some people think I am punk, but is that enough? Nope.

Take the PUNK/POSER Test at Fuali.com!
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I was reading the chat log from [livejournal.com profile] moondaytosunday's presentation, and she talked a lot about a personality test called True Colours. At the end of the log, they had links to a couple of sites based on the test, plus other colour related tests. So of course being the quiz junkie I am, I had to check them out.

The True Colours thing itself seems to be based on the four elements - there are four colours, Blue (compassionate), Green (conceptual), Orange (courageous) and Gold (conventional). This pretty much exactly matches up with the qualities associated with water, air, fire and earth in Wicca. I took a test based on it at www.cgcanada.com/truecolors.html and I got an almost exact tie between blue and green, but with just very slightly more blue (17 and 16). Orange was a bit lower (12), and Gold practically nonexistent (5). So I'm exceedingly emotional as well as intellectual, kinda spirited and spontaneous, and not at all practical or organized. Somehow I think this will not surprise anyone. :-)

Elsewhere, in the Aura Colours test, the ones I scored high on were the following (each out of 12). Be warned, it's a new age site so some of the descriptions are a little soppy:
  • Violet: 12 ("the inspirational visionaries, leaders and teachers who are here to help save the planet")
  • Blue: 9 ("some of the most loving, nurturing and supportive personalities... They live from their heart and emotions.")
  • Abstract Tan: 8 ("The bright and curious Abstract Tans are unique characters in the mental family... They tend to go in many directions at once.")
  • Indigo: 7 ("honest, aware, highly intuitive, psychic, independent, fearless, strong-willed, and sensitive. Indigos are old souls who know who they are and where they've come from.")
  • Crystal: 7 ("Crystals have clear auras and are known as the 'aura chameleons.' Like chameleons, their auras will change colors to match those of the people they are connecting with at the time.")
  • Lavender: 6 ("Fantasy, enchantment, dreams, myths, spiritual beings, angels, fairies are all concepts which fill the Lavender's mind. Lavenders tend to live in a fantasy world.")
  • Magenta: 6 ("Magentas are the nonconformists in the aura spectrum. They are usually seen as bizarre loners. They see life from a different and unusual perspective. They don't choose to abide by society's mores, expectations or standards.")
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All right, here's my results for two of the latest bizarre little tests that are going around:


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