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room42:


Off for the Sabbot, William Mortensen
(image courtesy…  {x})

room42:

Off for the Sabbot, William Mortensen

(image courtesy…  {x})

(Source: periwinkle-forest)

artdetails:

Tughra (Official Signature) of Sultan Suleiman. Istanbul, Turkey. c. 1555-1560. Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper.

under-the-gaslight:

Photograph by George Henry Seeley, c. 1903.

under-the-gaslight:

Photograph by George Henry Seeley, c. 1903.

elespleendeparis:

Hubert Robert (1733–1808): La piscina.

elespleendeparis:

Hubert Robert (1733–1808): La piscina.

(Source: c1tylight5)

i identify as glamazonkin, huntykin and ohnoshebettahdontkin.

She (Medea) knows incantations and she culls dreadful plants with her enchanted sickle. She works hard to draw the struggling moon down from its path and to bury the horses of the sun in darkness. She reins back waters and brings rivers to a halt in their descent. She transports woods and rocks, as if alive, from their place. She wanders amid tombs, ungirt, her hair in disarray, and gathers the pick of the bones from warm pyres. She places binding spells on people from afar, molds dolls out of wax, and pushes fine needles into their pathetic livers.

Ovid heroides, 6: 83-93 (via charlottesarahscrivener)


From The Sandman: The Dream Hunters by Yoshitaka Amano

From The Sandman: The Dream Hunters by Yoshitaka Amano

It’s not like I was expecting that flying cockroach in the middle of my rite.

Sweet gods, I HATE insects.

fuckyeahrhodeisland:

Need to make lots of things with this pattern.

fuckyeahrhodeisland:

Need to make lots of things with this pattern.

(Source: mashamorevna)

larkfall:

Selected emblems from a manuscript copy of Michael Maier’s Atalanta Fugiens (unfortunately without the musical notation). An undated manuscript in the Manly P Hall collection.

http://archive.org/details/manlypalmerhabox27hall

(Source: domus-aurea2)

(Source: wisegaymen)

denisforkas:

The Triton’s Mirror, 2014
Acrylics on prepared paper, 55.7 x 41.5 cm 
Denis Forkas – Spirits of the Mirror

denisforkas:

The Triton’s Mirror, 2014

Acrylics on prepared paper, 55.7 x 41.5 cm 

Denis Forkas – Spirits of the Mirror