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Author: Ayesha Ejaz

About The Author

Ayesha Ejaz

A junior from ASAB, currently doing my bachelors in biosciences. To put it briefly, I am the very definition of introverted. Quiet on the outside and a little bit of quirk on the inside! I love reading all the types of horror related content out there as well as replicating it in my own writing! Oh, and a true crime enthusiast as well! I know almost all of the good anime out there, as well as shows if anyone needs any good recommendations. Do give my content a read and give your two cents about the thoughts I've spilled in my writing!

Anime for Non-Anime Fans

Whenever someone comes across a person who likes anime, their first reaction is, “You still watch cartoons?”  Anime lovers are constantly asked that question, and eventually, they give up on replying to it altogether. Although anime and cartoons seem very similar, there’s a fine distinction between the two. Where cartoons are suited for children, anime usually are a bit more mature and can be enjoyed by adults and children alike. In fact, “animation” is the only part that links the two. Even that, with one look, can be easily distinguished. However, if you’re not an anime fan, there are...

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Alzheimer’s through the lens of Art

To people not acquainted with the field of biology, Alzheimer’s may sound nothing short of jargon. Alzheimer’s is a disease that leads to a continuous loss in brain function. That is because it causes the brain cells to slowly die, resulting in memory loss and deterioration of thinking, behavioural and social skills. In another sense, it is similar to dementia, but not quite so as it also affects other parts of the brain not associated with generating memory. William Utermohlen was a victim of this disease. To most of you, that name would be unfamiliar. However, he was one...

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The Collective Unconscious

The conscious mind, subconscious mind, and unconscious mind are the three elements that make up the human brain. While the conscious mind is always active, helping you perform day-to-day tasks, the subconscious mind is dominant at night as you sleep, generating all your crazy and unique dreams. Where does the unconscious mind come in, then? That is a rather complex question many psychologists have sought after for a long time. However, some answers to it do exist in the present day. Many people are already aware of some of those answers; it aids in helping you do things you’re not consciously aware of, including writing, walking, and other types of movements. However, what most aren’t aware of is that it also plays a role in dreaming! The collective unconscious was theorized by Sigmund Freud, a famous Australian psycho-analyst, whose work is still related by many. It was referred to as “a part of the deepest unconscious” of a being which is not altered by personal experience, but genetically inherited. The idea was rather complex and arduous, but nevertheless a product of a great many experiments performed by Freud himself, and the findings received appraisal by many future psychologists. This part of the unconscious is the product of accumulation of the experiences that our ancestors have had, that usually manifests itself in the form of art, or even shapes into...

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Who was Charles Manson?

If you’re acquainted with the world of serial killers, the name “Charles Manson” would be anything but unfamiliar. Known to be one of the most notorious serial killers in America, he is but an anomaly if compared to the others of his kind. Manson was born on 12th November 1934, in Ohio, USA. As expected of most serial killers, he had a rather disturbing childhood. His father was a con-artist who left his mother before his birth, and his mother was an alcoholic who ended up handing him over to an orphanage, thus beginning a series of events that...

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The Roommate

I do not know how long I have to live, so I’m writing this in a hurry in case she decides to come back in the future. It may sound crazy, but please don’t let my warnings fall on deaf ears, or else Joe’s death wouldn’t be the last on this campus. It was my freshman year in college, and since I lived far away, I had to stay in a dorm which was fairly difficult for me considering I’d been home-schooled most of my life and my high school used to be a fifteen-minute walk from home. My...

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