loveage-moondream:

blood-on-the-fullmoon:

cultoccult:

worship the moon and its grandeur.

(via tenderfuckingtorture-deactivate)
oursoulsaredamned:

Countess Bathoryby FrancescaBaerald
ancient-mesopotamia:

The Flood Tablet. This is perhaps the most famous of all cuneiform tablets. It is the eleventh tablet of the Gilgamesh Epic, and describes how the gods sent a flood to destroy the world. Like Noah, Utnapishtim was forewarned and built an ark to house and preserve living things. After the flood he sent out birds to look for dry land. 

ancient-mesopotamia:

The Flood Tablet. This is perhaps the most famous of all cuneiform tablets. It is the eleventh tablet of the Gilgamesh Epic, and describes how the gods sent a flood to destroy the world. Like Noah, Utnapishtim was forewarned and built an ark to house and preserve living things. After the flood he sent out birds to look for dry land. 

officalsquidward:

Poseidon, stop fishing for old people.

officalsquidward:

Poseidon, stop fishing for old people.

xwitches-gardenx:

I have this…but not this copy. Mines a hardback

xwitches-gardenx:

I have this…but not this copy. Mines a hardback


60585 by: Jarek Kubicki

60585 by: Jarek Kubicki

hierarchical-aestheticism:

Art Nouveau Window in Valencia, Spain

hierarchical-aestheticism:

Art Nouveau Window in Valencia, Spain

classichorrormovies:

Lust for a Vampire (1971)

classichorrormovies:

Lust for a Vampire (1971)

oldbookillustrations:

Kindling a large fire, he roasted him and ate him for supper.
Louis Rhead, from The Arabian nights’ entertainments, New York, London, 1916.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Kindling a large fire, he roasted him and ate him for supper.

Louis Rhead, from The Arabian nights’ entertainments, New York, London, 1916.

(Source: archive.org)

gwydtheunusual:

Never trust the Mothman.

sixpenceee?

gwydtheunusual:

Never trust the Mothman.

sixpenceee?

danskjavlarna:

From Broadside Black-letter Ballads, edited by John Payne Collier, 1868.

danskjavlarna:

From Broadside Black-letter Ballads, edited by John Payne Collier, 1868.