Doing this for both of us.


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Giulio Aristide Sartorio, Study for the Head of the Gorgon, 1895

Giulio Aristide Sartorio, Study for the Head of the Gorgon, 1895

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Oct 21, 2014
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justok:

Burroughs & Burroughs

justok:

Burroughs & Burroughs

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Oct 21, 2014
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lupevision:

Austin Osman Spare

lupevision:

Austin Osman Spare

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Oct 21, 2014
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Oct 21, 2014
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goddesscru:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

In solidarity with John Crawford, Ferguson protesters rally inside and outside of a Wal-Mart.

Part One

Monday, October 13th

Awesome! Way to take action.

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ancientpeoples:

Gold Orphic Prayer Sheet
Greek 
c.350-300 BC
Folded in with the ashes of the deceased in a bronze urn, this lamella provides instructions about the path to be followed in the underworld to ensure salvation. Gold lamellae are quite rare. 
The soul of the dead is thirsty, this guides the soul to the correct spring from which to drink (other springs in the underworld cause memory loss). The soul is often asked about its origin and should reply with the formula provided on the sheet.
Source: The Getty Museum 

ancientpeoples:

Gold Orphic Prayer Sheet

Greek 

c.350-300 BC

Folded in with the ashes of the deceased in a bronze urn, this lamella provides instructions about the path to be followed in the underworld to ensure salvation. Gold lamellae are quite rare. 

The soul of the dead is thirsty, this guides the soul to the correct spring from which to drink (other springs in the underworld cause memory loss). The soul is often asked about its origin and should reply with the formula provided on the sheet.

Source: The Getty Museum 

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amorellamoon:

amorellamoon:

So this is a thing that happened…
Christian Day, a pagan writer and store owner, sent me this love letter after outing my account name on Facebook. Like many people who have an alias on facebook, I have a rather good reason for doing so. (I have a Meatspace stalker, who use to mail me bits of dead things, and threaten my children, because he wanted me to bear only HIS children. It was a living nightmare that I lived for over six months.) Alas… I was not very happy with Mr. Day for this, and told him so.
This screenshot shows his response. 
You are not misreading that. He actually said “…if he rapes you, please call out my name while he does.”
Facebook has been less than helpful during all this… As a matter of fact, they have sided with HIM, yanking my post with this screenshot on it, and putting my account on a 24 hour hold for “Harassment.” of Mr. Day.
I have… No real game plan at this point, other than not allowing this to go unseen by the many Pagans on the web. I have had such an outpouring of support from my friends and the general pagan community on facebook that it honestly made me cry. On another note, I have had to un-relax, knowing my stalker is still out there and can find me now. But, I will not back down. This shit IS NOT OK for our so called “Pagan Leaders” to do.
Rock on my Beauties… Pass this along if you wish, repost it everywhere, and let us not allow this “Man” to have a moment peace until he answers for what he has done. 

Because he is at it yet again…

Again?

amorellamoon:

amorellamoon:

So this is a thing that happened…

Christian Day, a pagan writer and store owner, sent me this love letter after outing my account name on Facebook. Like many people who have an alias on facebook, I have a rather good reason for doing so. (I have a Meatspace stalker, who use to mail me bits of dead things, and threaten my children, because he wanted me to bear only HIS children. It was a living nightmare that I lived for over six months.) Alas… I was not very happy with Mr. Day for this, and told him so.

This screenshot shows his response

You are not misreading that. He actually said “…if he rapes you, please call out my name while he does.”

Facebook has been less than helpful during all this… As a matter of fact, they have sided with HIM, yanking my post with this screenshot on it, and putting my account on a 24 hour hold for “Harassment.” of Mr. Day.

I have… No real game plan at this point, other than not allowing this to go unseen by the many Pagans on the web. I have had such an outpouring of support from my friends and the general pagan community on facebook that it honestly made me cry. On another note, I have had to un-relax, knowing my stalker is still out there and can find me now. But, I will not back down. This shit IS NOT OK for our so called “Pagan Leaders” to do.

Rock on my Beauties… Pass this along if you wish, repost it everywhere, and let us not allow this “Man” to have a moment peace until he answers for what he has done. 

Because he is at it yet again…

Again?

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greek-museums:

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki:

Bronze medallion with Athena, possibly from a workshop of Delos. Decorative accessory from a formal charriot for parades and public appearances. The goddess is depicted as a Promachos, bearing her aegis and a helm with Medusa, ready to throw her javelin.
(2nd century B.C)

greek-museums:

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki:

Bronze medallion with Athena, possibly from a workshop of Delos. Decorative accessory from a formal charriot for parades and public appearances. The goddess is depicted as a Promachos, bearing her aegis and a helm with Medusa, ready to throw her javelin.

(2nd century B.C)

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Weddings, Fairies and Strawboys Kidnapping the Bride »

irelandseyeonmyth:

irelandseyeonmyth:

Strawboy, strawboys, Fairies, Celtic Paganism

Strawboy, strawboys, Fairies, Celtic Paganism

Strawboy, strawboys, Fairies, Celtic Paganism


The Bride at a wedding is beautiful and the fairies like to take the best of us…

…the fairies will get their eye on her unless youre careful.



The bride is especially vulnerable at a wedding because she also attracts jealousy from neighbours who ‘begrudge’ her luck and try to…

Mummings role in traditional weddings.

Halloween isn’t all about fear, its strawcraft is about lurve… In a slightly scary way sometimes.

We make knots and rings at halloween but the mummers straw boy costumes are possibly the most complicated of Irelands strawcrafts.


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Next after these are the mortall Gods, whom in like manner also we call Heroes, and Terrestrial gods, or Companions of the superiour Gods: viz. Kings, Princes, and Priests, by whom this world is governed, and disposed by their Laws, whom therefore as Gods we receive, worship and reverence, because God himself hath suffered his name to be communicated to them, and by a proper denomination hath confirmed it to them, calling them gods, even as he spake to Moses, saying, I have made thee a God to Pharaoh; and elsewhere he hath commanded concerning them, saying, Thou shalt not detract from the gods; and again, if Theft shall lie hid, the Master of the House shall apply himself to the Gods; and the Psalmist saith, The princes of the people were gathered together with the God of Abraham: because that the mighty gods of the Earth are vehemently lifted up…
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And Divine Plato in his third book de Republica appointed that princes both alive and dead should be celebrated with divine honors, which Institution hath ben received amongst all Nations, even from the first age, viz. to deify their princes with divine honours, and to consecrate them with eternall memory; Hence they did impose their never dying names on Cities, Provinces, Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Ilands [islands] and Seas; And dedicated to them with great pomp, Piramides [pyramids], Colosses [colossuses], triumphal Arches, Trophies, Statues, Temples, Plays, Feasts; and also called the Heavens, Stars, Dayes and Months by their names.

— "Of the Mortall and Terrestrial Gods." - Occult Philosophy, Bk. 3, Ch. XXXV by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa