Once Upon a Dream
by Lana Del Rey on Maleficent
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wormwoodqueen:

Crescent over The Temple of Poseidon in Athens, Greece

wormwoodqueen:

Crescent over The Temple of Poseidon in Athens, Greece

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❝ Madness, mayhem, erotic vandalism, devastation of innumerable souls - while we scream and perish, History licks a finger and turns the page.
— Thomas Ligotti (via kaosrekviem)
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pixography:

Terry Oakes ~ “Psychomech”, Cover Art

pixography:

Terry Oakes ~ “Psychomech”, Cover Art

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blackpaint20:

karol ondreička - masky

blackpaint20:

karol ondreička - masky

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blackpaint20:

Book of Shadows
A  genuine ‘Book of Shadows’ used by practitioners of the occult and witchcraft. It is surrounded by deer skin and symbols that have been burned in via gun powder; according to Dr. Barbara DuBois and Dr. David Carrington of Norwich University c.1996. The flesh was sown with common catgut during the 19th century (c. 1800-15). Dates and various occult symbols have been etched inside with ‘bird’s blood.’ The woman who owned it was named “Bethany.”
The book itself is worth over $10,000 due to content and savvy to collectors. It remains in Vermont in a private museum. (Not for sale)
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blackpaint20:

Book of Shadows

A  genuine ‘Book of Shadows’ used by practitioners of the occult and witchcraft. It is surrounded by deer skin and symbols that have been burned in via gun powder; according to Dr. Barbara DuBois and Dr. David Carrington of Norwich University c.1996. The flesh was sown with common catgut during the 19th century (c. 1800-15). Dates and various occult symbols have been etched inside with ‘bird’s blood.’ The woman who owned it was named “Bethany.”

The book itself is worth over $10,000 due to content and savvy to collectors. It remains in Vermont in a private museum. (Not for sale)

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