So Darkness I Became...
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ladyfabulous:

chrisprattawesomesource:

Are you even real

Ok, NOW I have a crush on him. Officially.

D’AWWWWWW

babylonian:

a fun way to start the day is by getting a call from a robot pretending to be a human

ladyfabulous:

megbytheminute:

nihilistic-void:

This is the animal they chose to represent Satan. 

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Accuser

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Seducer

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Destroyer

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The Father of Lies

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Evil Personified

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Just think about that for a moment. 

Shout out to @ladyfabulous because we all know she has a goat blog whether she likes it or not ;).

Also, story time: once at a petting zoo, my dad sent me into a baby goat pen with extra feed in my pockets and the goats swarmed me and pulled down my pants.

I AM NOT A GOAT BLOG

trinandtonic:

dontbearuiner:

lawebloca:

Friends

This is a very important post.

babies babying together

blackpaint20:

Hidden Momento mori ring

blackpaint20:

Hidden Momento mori ring

ipsofactostore:

Boston 1996. Cemetery headstones. Photos Terri Kennedy, except the top one. That’s me.

I want to go to this cemetery!

magictransistor:

Totentantz is the common title of a fresco by Niklaus Manuel Deutsch made in the Berner Dominikanerkloster, which the artist began in 1516/17. The sequence of images (80 meters and 24 scenes) was destroyed in 1660.
What remains is a copy (1649) by Albrecht Kauw (1621-1681). -Piktocon

magictransistor:

Totentantz is the common title of a fresco by Niklaus Manuel Deutsch made in the Berner Dominikanerkloster, which the artist began in 1516/17. The sequence of images (80 meters and 24 scenes) was destroyed in 1660.

What remains is a copy (1649) by Albrecht Kauw (1621-1681). -Piktocon

guildhall:

To Watch Over Me

The History of Lovers’ Eyes

From the Oxford American:

It was fashionable at one time (late 1700s/early 1800s) to give your secret lover an eye portrait so that he (or she) could carry you around (on a pin or a ring) without fear of detection. What is remarkable about the droll collection of miniature “lovers’ eyes” on view at the Birmingham Museum of Art is how very little an eye, the so-called window to the soul, reveals. Perhaps this sort of gift was not so much romantic as cautionary: I am watching you, my darling.

More on the interesting history of eye miniatures and an interview with the foremost collectors of the form, read the terrific article at Salon.com.

thirtyknives:

From here.
blackpaint20:

An Ivory Memento Mori ~1640

blackpaint20:

An Ivory Memento Mori ~1640

magictransistor:

Wellcome Library no. 45066i (Artist Unknown). The Dance of Death. 1600s.

magictransistor:

Wellcome Library no. 45066i (Artist Unknown). The Dance of Death. 1600s.

Yo, I’m gonna be reblogging lots of different images that I find very beautiful, mainly things from the ”Momento mori” tag and maybe ”graveyards” but also girlie things. SO, if you don’t like that stuff, I’m gonna tag the creepy stuff ”death” if you’re trying to avoid it.

I’ll be ok. I just need time to be sad.
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