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bluexeyes:

Klik hier voor originele foto op Flickr:Mariage of Heaven & Hell /2 (Link to the original Flickr Image) vanzap zap zap
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"I’m always conscious of myself— in my mind. Painfully conscious."
Jean-Paul Sartre, from No Exit (via violentwavesofemotion)
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culturapoprigor:

Drácula de Bram Stoker
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centuriespast:

Skull Studies
Italian
Philadelphia Museum of Art
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edenbelovv:

R.S. Sherriffs
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gvstradamvs:

IXTABor Rope Woman was the Yucatec Mayan goddess of suicide according to Diego de Landa. In Yucatec society, under certain circumstances, suicide, especially suicide by hanging, was considered an honorable way to die.
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magictransistor:

Curtis’s Botanical Magazine. Lophophora Williamsii (Peyote). 1847.
The first illustrated appearance of “The Divine Cactus.” 
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blackpaint20:

Cemetery details; funerary symbolism
The orbouros, the poppies, the scythe,  the poppies and the thistle  
©Blackpaint20
blackpaint20:

Cemetery details; funerary symbolism
The orbouros, the poppies, the scythe,  the poppies and the thistle  
©Blackpaint20
blackpaint20:

Cemetery details; funerary symbolism
The orbouros, the poppies, the scythe,  the poppies and the thistle  
©Blackpaint20
blackpaint20:

Cemetery details; funerary symbolism
The orbouros, the poppies, the scythe,  the poppies and the thistle  
©Blackpaint20
blackpaint20:

Cemetery details; funerary symbolism
The orbouros, the poppies, the scythe,  the poppies and the thistle  
©Blackpaint20
blackpaint20:

Cemetery details; funerary symbolism
The orbouros, the poppies, the scythe,  the poppies and the thistle  
©Blackpaint20
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labellefilleart:

Girl with Long Hair with a sketch for The Veritas, Gustav Klimt
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girlannachronism:

Natalie Westling in “Horror Film” by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia April 2014