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Death and the Indecent Pair Hans Sebald Beham, 1529 Mors ultima linea rerum “Death, the final boundary of things.

Illustration by Martin van Maële, of a Witches' Sabbath, in the 1911 edition of La Sorciere, by Jules Michelet.

Theistic Satanism - Illustration by Martin van Maële, of a Witches' Sabbath, in the 1911 edition of La Sorciere, by Jules Michelet.

#Capricorn is represented in the #tarot deck by The Devil

RWS Tarot 15 Devil - Rider-Waite tarot deck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Injury Man" http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-artifacts-that-will-shatter-your-image-middle-ages/#

Wound Man, mid century, Venice from London’s Wellcome Library’s collection of medieval anatomy diagrams. This wound man hails from the and offers all sorts of valuable advice on how to remove swords from his torso and extremities.

Questioner: What benefit is there in knowing that I am not the body? Maharaj: Even to say that you are not the body is not quite true. In a way you are all the bodies, hearts, and minds and much more....

Questioner: What benefit is there in knowing that I am not the body? In a way you are all the bodies, hearts, and minds and much more.

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The Alchemyst (emblemata depicting stages of alchemical work) by Sveta Dorosheva, Israel

llewmejia: “ I started drawing a Green Tree Python, but then it kind of took off into some occult stuff, touching up on some more symbolism from Rosicrucians, the Priory of Sion as well as some...

Alchemy - Llew Mejia :: I started drawing a Green Tree Python, but then it kind of took off into some occult stuff, touching up on some more symbolism from Rosicrucians, the Priory of Sion as well as some Alchemy textbooks I was looking over.

"Der Glaub", Serie "Die sieben Tugenden", c.1510, Hans Burgmair der Ältere (1473-1531) Public Domain

Whole-length female figure holding a chalice and host in her left hand and Christ on the cross in her right hand; from a series of seven woodcuts. Woodcut, a modern Derschau impression

Jord- Norse myth: the Jotunn goddess of earth and mother of Thor.

Erda is the Norse Goddess of the Earth; She exists in and of the Earth in a cave which was set next to the roots of the great tree, Yggdrasil, the world tree who represents the nurturing of all life.

Viy by Georgy Belaschenko. 1897. In East Slavic mythology, the Viy’s are creatures from the underworld, whose gaze kills. Their eyes are usually covered with large eyelids that they can not lift unassisted.

Viy by Georgy Belaschenko. In East Slavic mythology, the Viy’s are creatures from the underworld, whose gaze kills. Their eyes are usually covered with large eyelids that they can not lift unassisted.