The Sixth Palace of Hell (1945) by fay Pomerance. 
Lilith on the shoulders of Lucifer, appearing to a dying man. Private collection

The Sixth Palace of Hell (1945) by fay Pomerance.
Lilith on the shoulders of Lucifer, appearing to a dying man. Private collection

When it reins it poors.

When it reins it poors.

:3 _______ going thru some old dusty books at the shop #strangebrew   #devils #demons #babylon #syon

:3 _______ going thru some old dusty books at the shop #strangebrew #devils #demons #babylon #syon

camiloramirez06:

Cats en We Heart It.


~heCATe~

camiloramirez06:

Cats en We Heart It.

~heCATe~

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"More curves than Mulholland Drive"

"More curves than Mulholland Drive"

Have a seat… I’ll be here all day! <3 #tattoochair #inkme #galaovhudu #strangebrew #blonde #dreads #tattooedgirls #femaleartists #buffalo #ny #716 #yellow #pianokeynecktie

Have a seat… I’ll be here all day! <3 #tattoochair #inkme #galaovhudu #strangebrew #blonde #dreads #tattooedgirls #femaleartists #buffalo #ny #716 #yellow #pianokeynecktie

Travellers on a bridge -from the One Hundred Poems as told by the Nurse ca. 1839
Map of Shiogama and Matsusha in Oshu
Hokusai

magictransistor:

Annibal Bartlet. Book of Secrets. 1657.

Woodcut diagrams, symbols and illustrations of alchemical processes. 17th century France via the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.

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themineralogist:

Making bismuth (by R. Tanaka)

Taking care ov bismuth

nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

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s-c-i-guy:

Hair cells: the sound-sensing cells in the ear
These cells get their name from the hairlike structures that extend from them into the fluid-filled tube of the inner ear. When sound reaches the ear, the hairs bend and the cells convert this movement into signals that are relayed to the brain. When we pump up the music in our cars or join tens of thousands of cheering fans at a football stadium, the noise can make the hairs bend so far that they actually break, resulting in long-term hearing loss. 
Image courtesy of Henning Horn, Brian Burke and Colin Stewart, Institute of Medical Biology, Agency for Science, Technology, and Research, Singapore. 
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s-c-i-guy:

Hair cells: the sound-sensing cells in the ear

These cells get their name from the hairlike structures that extend from them into the fluid-filled tube of the inner ear. When sound reaches the ear, the hairs bend and the cells convert this movement into signals that are relayed to the brain. When we pump up the music in our cars or join tens of thousands of cheering fans at a football stadium, the noise can make the hairs bend so far that they actually break, resulting in long-term hearing loss.

Image courtesy of Henning Horn, Brian Burke and Colin Stewart, Institute of Medical Biology, Agency for Science, Technology, and Research, Singapore.

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Egypt~

This apotropaic wand shows a procession of protective deities. Such a wand would have been used in rituals associated with birth and were perhaps used to draw a magical circle around the mother and child. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.

Egypt~

This apotropaic wand shows a procession of protective deities. Such a wand would have been used in rituals associated with birth and were perhaps used to draw a magical circle around the mother and child. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.