31 Days of the X-Files
Day 19 - Word Theme, “Monster”
The office monster cockroach beast thing from “Folie a Deux”

31 Days of the X-Files

Day 19 - Word Theme, “Monster”

The office monster cockroach beast thing from “Folie a Deux”


@melissafumero We had a BLAST shooting #jimmyjabs, hope u had fun watching! Here’s my fave #bts pic with @iamstephbeatz #Brooklyn99 

@melissafumero We had a BLAST shooting #jimmyjabs, hope u had fun watching! Here’s my fave #bts pic with @iamstephbeatz #Brooklyn99 

aliens-scully:

Mulder + Scully: 80s-inspired college AU

31 Days of the X-Files
Day 18: Color Theme - Red
Really, this is just an excuse to share this awesome fanart and dream about Scully with even bigger hair.

aliens-scully:

Mulder + Scully: 80s-inspired college AU

31 Days of the X-Files

Day 18: Color Theme - Red

Really, this is just an excuse to share this awesome fanart and dream about Scully with even bigger hair.


Mulder and Scully aren’t just beautiful, smart, well-armed and seemingly impervious to the banalities of everyday life, such as cheap haircuts and ruinous love affairs – they’re cool. L.A. Weekly, June 1998

31 Days of the X-Files
Day 17: Color Theme - Black

Mulder and Scully aren’t just beautiful, smart, well-armed and seemingly impervious to the banalities of everyday life, such as cheap haircuts and ruinous love affairs – they’re cool.

L.A. Weekly, June 1998

31 Days of the X-Files

Day 17: Color Theme - Black

31 Days of the X-Files
Day 16: Color Theme - Orange

31 Days of the X-Files

Day 16: Color Theme - Orange

Just like the time ticklefighting wrote that Jesus/Judas mini slashfic for me

Just like the time ticklefighting wrote that Jesus/Judas mini slashfic for me

"We’re all born a Witch. We’re all born into magic. It’s taken from us as we grow up."
Madeleine L’Engle  (via 13thmoon)
31 Days of the X-Files
Day 15 - Scariest Non-Human Character - that goddamn fungus from “Field Trip”

31 Days of the X-Files

Day 15 - Scariest Non-Human Character - that goddamn fungus from “Field Trip”

"Yes, I do think the human experience is inherently lonely. I say this as someone who is in a wonderful marriage and has two ebullient and beloved daughters, plus a number of intimate friends. To be conscious is to be alone.

And yet, there is something sacred and potentially saving in that aloneness too. There is the possibility of God. I’ve long thought that what God’s response to Job—Have you gone down into the springs of the Deep etc.—really is, is a primordial cry of loneliness. No one has seen what I have seen, says God. No one can know what I know."