Bones of All Men. Copy of Holbein’s Great Dance of Death made by Birckmann’s heirs. This exemplar is in Latin from 1555.

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Mask of Xiutecuhlti, god of fire; 1325-1521 CE, Aztec-Mixtec, Mexico

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Bedelgeuse window installation at Brooklyn Fox- check it out off 6th and Bedford in Brooklyn NYC

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Skull Mosaic from Pompeii[1] (House cum workshop I, 5, 2, triclinium).30 B.C. — 14 A.D. Inv. 109982. Mosaic Collection Naples of the Naples, National Archaeological Museum (inv. nr. 109982).

The mosaic represents the Wheel of Fortune and reversal of fortune. When turned it can make the rich (symbolized by the purple cloth on the left) poor and the poor (symbolized by the goat right) rich. It also marks precariousness, death lurks in every age, and life is hanging by a thread: if it breaks, it flies from the soul (symbolized by the butterfly), making all equal.


Les Femmes Damnées (Damned Women) - Carlos Schwabe from Les Fleurs du Mal by Charles Baudelaire, 1900


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“I’ve often lost myself, in order to find the burn that keeps everything awake.”
— Federico Garcia Lorca (via ontheedgeofdarkness)

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“I lose interest when I get ignored.”
— Unknown (via doansie)

Story of my life. (via whiskeywallflower)

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Do you remember how big a deal it was in the media when Israel accused Hamas of this? 

Do you see how the information that Hamas weren’t behind it is not being covered by the media?

Over 1,000 dead in Gaza. This was another genocidal Zionist lie.

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