Exploring the dry salvages 

"To communicate with Mars, converse with spirits, To report the behaviour of the sea monster, Describe the horoscope, haruspicate or scry, Observe disease in signatures, evoke Biography from the wrinkles of the palm And tragedy from fingers; release omens By sortilege, or tea leaves, riddle the inevitable With playing cards, fiddle with pentagrams Or barbituric acids, or dissect The recurrent image into pre-conscious terrors - To explore the womb, or tomb, or dreams.."


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    martin-cj:

Julian Talamantez Brolaski, ADVICE FOR LOVERS
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    nemfrog:

Fig. 198. X-ray of a dried skull. The Internal Anatomy of the Face. 1916.
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    nemfrog:

Fig. 13. Protozoology. 1909.
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    weissesrauschen:

Gwendoline Robin by Marc Wathieu on Flickr.
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    slurp-the-blood-spit-the-flesh:

The Tempest, from The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe.
Gustave Doré.
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    magictransistor:

Albrecht Dürer. Sol Lustitiae (Sun of Righteousness). 1500.
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    klimt-artwork:

Egon Schiele,Paar, 1909
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    orplid:

Food for Thought …..
The primordial darkness of the universe at the moment before creation, as represented in a plate in Robert Fludd’s 1617 Utriusque Cosmi Maioris scilicet et Minoris Metaphysica, Physica, atque Technica Historia (The Metaphysical, Physical, and Technical History of the Two Worlds, Namely the Greater and the Lesser). The words Et sic in infinitum (“and like this to infinity”) are written on all four sides of the square.
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    deadlyart:

An Incantation, 1773
John British Dixon