Those of us who have been on the internet for the majority of our lives sometimes naively think that it has nothing new to offer us. How very wrong we are. In the dark recesses of the internet lie some incredible pages that defy rational explanation and have to be seen to be believed.
One of these is the ‘Animals With Powerful Auras’ Facebook page. With over 312k followers, it posts hilarious and slightly edgy content about, well, pretty much everything. It’s also chock full of photos of animals exuding powerful and threatening auras. What exactly does that mean? You’re about to find out, dear Pandas: you'll know it when you see it.
The founder of 'Animals With Powerful Auras' shared that there's not much rhyme or reason to their Facebook page. "It's a lot of stream of consciousness," they were candid with Bored Panda about how there's a very important element of randomness behind what they post. In the mood to start your week off with another dose of animals with threatening auras? You’ll find Bored Panda’s earlier list about them right over here. Check it out once you’re done fully absorbing the Power in this article right here.
The founder revealed that that they started the 'Animals With Powerful Auras' page after their dog passed away. Earlier, they earned their stripes on Facebook having founded a page called 'Bed Goblins,' but eventually gave up on it. It was similar to the new page, but "more dog focused and [with] less subversive content."
As for planning and a roadmap for the future, there pretty are none. "There is literally no planning that goes into the content. I have no plans for 2021 except maybe try to sell shirts at some point," they explained to Bored Panda. They also suggested that people tend to like 'Animals With Powerful Auras' for a variety of reasons.
Among some of the founder's other activities that they enjoy are bodybuilding, painting, art, and playing guitar. However, they had to give up on the latter three interests because of their workload. Which might explain why none of the content for the Facebook page is planned: there just isn't enough time for that.
Bored Panda was also interested to find out where the founder of the page sees the line between an animal with a Powerful aura and a Weak one. "I think you just know it when you see it," they said, adding that they "pretty much enjoy all animal pictures."
Some of the content featured on the page is a bit more mature than just merely bizarre animal photos: there are a lot of edgy pictures there that walk the knife's edge between hilarity and insanity.
For instance, some of the memes that the founder of the page posts have a lot to do with urine as a way to make fun of the so-called 'urine healers' who believe that people's pee possesses alchemical and healing properties. The founder feels so strongly on the issue that they even asked us to include a direct quote from them regarding this: "I love piss," they said. We're not here to judge—to each their own on God's green Earth.
The ‘Animals With Powerful Auras’ page is full of comedy gold and it’s edgy and humorous through-and-through. For example, while that’s the name of the page, the link to it is titled ‘Real Goblin Hours.’
What’s more, the page has declared itself to be a religious organization on Facebook, even though it’s nothing of the sort. Well, unless we consider humor that’ll have you in stitches and internet memes to be a religion. In that case—carry on.
If that wasn’t enough tongue-in-cheek humor for you, the ‘Animals With Powerful Auras’ page also has a Patreon account dedicated to the founder and administrator. There’s only one financial goal listed and it calls for a very specific monthly sum of 1,680.71 euros so that fans can help the founder quit their job.
Currently, the founder of the page is receiving slightly under 1 percent of their goal, standing at 16.38 euros per month. Their Patreon page has 6 different tiers of support, the biggest of which calls for 862.50 euros per month (we assume, to cover the rent, utilities, and other basic survival costs) and is titled “I will mow your lawn.” Now that sounds like a promise.
“Hello, I'm the admin and I'm here to beg like for your help like the coward that I am. I need your money to buy pizza and build a throne of trash to rival the Tower of Babel,” the founder of the page writes. “Jokes aside, I could really use your help. I currently work in healthcare. I work a lot. I want to spend less time testing body fluids and more time writing jokes and making memes about them.”
The founder explained that they run the Facebook page in their spare time and wants to raise the quality of the content that they post. Though we think it’s pretty good as it currently stands, despite “pretty much everything” being done on their phone.
“Ideally, I'd like to have more time to design [stuff] and branch out onto some other platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and Club Penguin, and be able to afford enough space to have a computer to photoshop things again. I also want to work on other side project pages and groups.”
“Pros: More original content. More content. More animal memes. More memes. Cons: you give me some of your money,” the founder of the Facebook page joked on their Patreon account as to why people should consider supporting the project.
Which photo was your favorite one and why, dear Readers? What do you think of the ‘Animals With Powerful Auras’ project? What’s your opinion on the other non-animal content that the page posts? Let us know what you think below.