1. (Source: fortscrotum, via honkshu)

     
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  4. deathandmysticism:

    Hans Brosamer, God appearing to a multitude of people, 16th century

     
  5. missfolly:

    Protest 2000
    Paolo Scalera

    (via lagartazul)

     

  6. How can people speak lightly of someone who was once important to them?

     
  7. (Source: lavagoth, via hunky-bat)

     
  8. hervan:

    giraffodill:

    perfect comic is perfect

    gpoy?

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  9. laclefdescoeurs:

    The Butterfly and the Cat, 1875, Lilly Martin Spencer

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  11. Fish Amulet / Egypt / 1800 BCE
    Ancient Egyptians called fish amulets like this nekhau and gave them to young girls to wear as a charm against drowning. Some scholars suggest that such amulets functioned by aversion, that is, a reminder of a watery environment was enough to give the owner security, but it is much more likely that the amulet allowed the wearer to acquire the abilities of a fish, and therefore survival, if she happened to fall into the water.

    (via acheiropoietos)

     
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  14. beatonna:

    Ahh, more of the Miserable Father images from suffragette times. It’s a favourite old meme because imagine caring for your children?  noooooo not my childreeennnn

     
  15. inneroptics:

    Otto Dix, Self-Portrait, 1912

    (via auspiciousplatypus)