17th September 2014

Photo reblogged from tamagotchi official with 20 notes

fantasyandfolklore:

   Rod was birth. He was the creator. He created everything and he was everything. Rod was the monotheistic side of Slavic religion. Even though there are many gods in the Slavic religion Rod represents the god the monotheistic religions of today know. Rod was the god of family and offspring, that is why all nouns connected to those words have ROD in them       

fantasyandfolklore:

   Rod was birth. He was the creator. He created everything and he was everything. Rod was the monotheistic side of Slavic religion. Even though there are many gods in the Slavic religion Rod represents the god the monotheistic religions of today know. Rod was the god of family and offspring, that is why all nouns connected to those words have ROD in them       

16th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Aphrodite Lady with 293,500 notes

Source: purrson

15th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Fuck Yeah Anthony Jeselnik with 178 notes

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14th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Monarch to the Kingdom of the Bros! with 29 notes

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13th September 2014

Photo reblogged from A Hollow Sea with 40,380 notes

brosef-mengele:

WOW
SUCH FRACTAL
VERY MATH
SO SELF-SIMILARITY
MUCH INFINITE

brosef-mengele:

WOW

SUCH FRACTAL

VERY MATH

SO SELF-SIMILARITY

MUCH INFINITE

Source: anthropoceneman

12th September 2014

Quote reblogged from ABRAXAS BOOKS with 1,086 notes

[Family life must have been different] in the days when a family had fed on the produce of the same few miles of country for six generations, and that perhaps was why they saw nymphs in the fountains and dryads in the wood - they were not mistaken for there was in a sense real (not metaphorical) connections between them and the countryside. What had been earth and air and later corn, and later still bread, really was in them. We of course who live on a standardized international diet…are artificial beings and have no connection (save in sentiment) with any place on earth. We are synthetic men, uprooted. The strength of the hills is not ours.
— J.R.R. Tolkien, from an unpublished letter to Arthur Greeves, June 22, 1930 (via to-conquer-is-to-live)

Source: radical-traditionalism

11th September 2014

Quote reblogged from Schwarze Sonne Aesthetics with 110 notes

I sung of Chaos and Eternal Night,
Taught by the heav’nly Muse to venture down
The dark descent, and up to reascend…
— John Milton, Paradise Lost (via cursedexile)

Source: cursedexile

10th September 2014

Photo reblogged from QUADRINGENTI PROBOS MORES FACERE NULLIS with 26 notes

surfingthekaliyuga:

"Przodkowie" Stanisław Szukalski 1953

surfingthekaliyuga:

"Przodkowie" Stanisław Szukalski 1953

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9th September 2014

Quote reblogged from Yes. with 33,013 notes

Be humble for you are made of earth.
Be noble for you are made of stars.
— Serbian Proverb   (via larmoyante)

Source: larmoyante

8th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Queen Ov Night with 15 notes