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The Tears of Lilith

O lovely demon, half-divine! Hemlock and hydromel and gall, Honey and aconite and wine Mingle to make that mouth of thine

Thy mouth I love: but most of all It is thy tears that I desire Thy tears, like fountain-drops that fall In gardens red, Satanical;

Or like the tears of mist and fire, Wept by the moon, that wizards use To secret runes when they require Some silver philter, sweet and dire.

Clark Ashton Smith 1917

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  1. red-lipstick:


SRudy aka Rudy Chidiac (Lebanon) - Ascension, 2013     Drawings: Ink on A4 Paper using a 0.2 Rotring Isograph

    red-lipstick:

    SRudy aka Rudy Chidiac (Lebanon) - Ascension, 2013     Drawings: Ink on A4 Paper using a 0.2 Rotring Isograph

    (Source: srudy.deviantart.com)

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  3. twisted4shr:

Does Quantum Physics Imply That You Are Immortal?
Posted by Greg at 01:46, 31 Jul 2014

    twisted4shr:

    Does Quantum Physics Imply That You Are Immortal?

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  6. liberatingreality:

When you walk through a forest that has not been tamed and interfered with by man, you will see not only abundant life all around you, but you will also encounter fallen trees and decaying trunks, rotting leaves and decomposing matter at every step. Wherever you look, you will find death as well as life.
Upon closer scrutiny, however, you will discover that the decomposing tree trunk and rotting leaves not only give birth to new life, but are full of life themselves. Microorganisms are at work. Molecules are rearranging themselves. So death isn’t to be found anywhere. There is only the metamorphosis of life forms. What can you learn from this?
Death is not the opposite of life. Life has no opposite. The opposite of death is birth. Life is eternal.
- Eckhart Tolle

    liberatingreality:

    When you walk through a forest that has not been tamed and interfered with by man, you will see not only abundant life all around you, but you will also encounter fallen trees and decaying trunks, rotting leaves and decomposing matter at every step. Wherever you look, you will find death as well as life.

    Upon closer scrutiny, however, you will discover that the decomposing tree trunk and rotting leaves not only give birth to new life, but are full of life themselves. Microorganisms are at work. Molecules are rearranging themselves. So death isn’t to be found anywhere. There is only the metamorphosis of life forms. What can you learn from this?

    Death is not the opposite of life. Life has no opposite. The opposite of death is birth. Life is eternal.

    - Eckhart Tolle

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  8. criptoas:

Pierre Amédée Marcel-Béronneau

    criptoas:

    Pierre Amédée Marcel-Béronneau

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  10. brutals-realm:

Music by RealmsOfNowhere
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oursoulsaredamned:

Bartolomé Bermejo, Descent of Christ into Limbo, c. 1475. Museu Nacional D’Art de Catalunya. Seal kneel. (via annaeder). Source miscellaneous-art

Me.

    demoniality:

    oursoulsaredamned:

    Bartolomé Bermejo, Descent of Christ into Limbo, c. 1475. Museu Nacional D’Art de Catalunya. Seal kneel. (via annaeder). Source miscellaneous-art

    Me.

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  16. mefjus:

by Eric Lacombe

    mefjus:

    by Eric Lacombe

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  18. badbadrituals:

The Witch, 1924. (wood engraving)
Lionel Lindsay

    badbadrituals:

    The Witch, 1924. (wood engraving)

    Lionel Lindsay

    (Source: kittehkats)

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  20. blastedheath:


Andrey Avinoff (American, born Russia, 1884-1948), illustration for George V. Golokhvastoff’s poem The Fall of Atlantis, c. 1938.

    blastedheath:

    Andrey Avinoff (American, born Russia, 1884-1948), illustration for George V. Golokhvastoff’s poem The Fall of Atlantis, c. 1938.

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  24. jpsx:

Apocalypse chapter 12 - Ernst Fuchs
huile 1989

    jpsx:

    Apocalypse chapter 12 - Ernst Fuchs

    huile 1989

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  26. livre-d-art:

Michael Parkes
Ballet Mistress
1994
27.5 x 18.25 inches
Stone Lithograph    

    livre-d-art:

    Michael Parkes

    Ballet Mistress

    1994

    27.5 x 18.25 inches

    Stone Lithograph    

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  28. leprincelointain:

Adolfo de Carolis (1874-1928), Dante Adriacus - 1921

    leprincelointain:

    Adolfo de Carolis (1874-1928), Dante Adriacus - 1921

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