Isabelle Spooky Kid

Ask me anything   Goats, exploring the wilderness, punk rock, faeries, techno, drawing, tattoos, sports. Use English, Japanese, Tibetan, French and Dutch. Finishing my degree and moving back to Nepal (:

themagicfarawayttree:

Vintage Green Glass and Guilloche Costume Ring

themagicfarawayttree:

Vintage Green Glass and Guilloche Costume Ring

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Crista Cober by Cedric Viollet for L’Officiel August 2013

Crista Cober by Cedric Viollet for L’Officiel August 2013

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mortalcolddecay:

from The Fellowship of the Ring

John Howe and Alan Lee 

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mortem-et-necromantia:

Citipati.

Citipati, Lord of the Cemetery, is a Tibetan Buddhist figure which loosely represents intertwined male and female skeletons. These two androgynous figures which together form Citipati are considered to be guardians of cemeteries and are honored by semiannual ritualistic dances. As Citipati is comprised of the two halves of the human body, man and woman, the figure is also said to symbolize the counterparts of the human life cyle, birth and Death.

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alexalchemy:

The first image in Nicholas Flamel’s codex showed this image, two  serpents devouring one another which represent the endless circulation of distillation and condensation.
Pseudo Eleazar explains, “The winged snake signifies the universal world spirit which is sucked from the dew and with which we prepare our salt. But the lowest snake signifies our matter, the virgin earth found beneath the vegetable roots.”

alexalchemy:

The first image in Nicholas Flamel’s codex showed this image, two  serpents devouring one another which represent the endless circulation of distillation and condensation.

Pseudo Eleazar explains, “The winged snake signifies the universal world spirit which is sucked from the dew and with which we prepare our salt. But the lowest snake signifies our matter, the virgin earth found beneath the vegetable roots.”

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heaveninawildflower:

Wild bees and flowers. Illustration from ‘About Bees’ by Rev. F. G. Jenyns
Published 1886 by W. Gardner, Darton, & co. in London .  
https://archive.org/stream/bookaboutbeesthe00jeny#page/n0/mode/2up                  

heaveninawildflower:

Wild bees and flowers. Illustration from ‘About Bees’ by Rev. F. G. Jenyns

Published 1886 by W. Gardner, Darton, & co. in London .  

https://archive.org/stream/bookaboutbeesthe00jeny#page/n0/mode/2up                  

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