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10th May 2014

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The Dunwich Horror.

The Dunwich Horror.

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10th May 2014

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Yog-Sothoth knows the gate. Yog-Sothoth is the gate. Yog-Sothoth is the key and guardian of the gate. Past, present, future, all are one in Yog-Sothoth. He knows where the Old Ones broke through of old, and where They shall break through again. He knows where They have trod earth’s fields, and where They still tread them, and why no one can behold Them as They tread.

Yog-Sothoth knows the gate. Yog-Sothoth is the gate. Yog-Sothoth is the key and guardian of the gate. Past, present, future, all are one in Yog-Sothoth. He knows where the Old Ones broke through of old, and where They shall break through again. He knows where They have trod earth’s fields, and where They still tread them, and why no one can behold Them as They tread.

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10th May 2014

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Yog-Sothoth. Skullbeast.

Yog-Sothoth. Skullbeast.

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10th May 2014

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1st May 2014

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Albert Moore

Albert Moore

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1st May 2014

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Albert Moore

Albert Moore

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1st May 2014

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Albert Moore

Albert Moore

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1st May 2014

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Albert Moore

Albert Moore

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1st May 2014

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30th April 2014

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Walpurgis

Walpurgis

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6th April 2014

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J E S S I C A  L E D W I C H Monstrous Feminine

J E S S I C A L E D W I C H Monstrous Feminine

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5th April 2014

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24th March 2014

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French artist Silvia Radelli has transformed the Parisian Metro map into a female  paradise



http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2014/03/19/silvia_radelli_reimagines_paris_metro_map_naming_stations_after_susan_sontag.html

French artist Silvia Radelli has transformed the Parisian Metro map into a female paradise

http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2014/03/19/silvia_radelli_reimagines_paris_metro_map_naming_stations_after_susan_sontag.html

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22nd March 2014

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Morbid Monday: Mummified Charms and Amulets of the Lovett Collection.
Displayed for the first time to the public in 1917, the mummified heart was once the property of Edward Lovett, an eccentric British erudite and wealthy chief cashier in the bank of the City of London who, in his spare time, was the most relentless archivist of his era. A member of the Folklore Society since 1900, Lovett had one very unusual obsession: once off work, he would spend his free time strolling through the slums of Edwardian London to collect evidence of magic and medicinal practices, vernacular beliefs that the century of industrialization and rational sciences hadn’t eliminated. From his urban explorations, conversation with street sellers, sailors, and working classes witches, Lovett accumulated an astonishing array of charms, an incredible collection of odds and ends that proved superstitions were an invisible, yet persistent, practice, even in modern England.
Read more about the magic relics of modern England here !

atlasobscura:

Morbid Monday: Mummified Charms and Amulets of the Lovett Collection.

Displayed for the first time to the public in 1917, the mummified heart was once the property of Edward Lovett, an eccentric British erudite and wealthy chief cashier in the bank of the City of London who, in his spare time, was the most relentless archivist of his era. A member of the Folklore Society since 1900, Lovett had one very unusual obsession: once off work, he would spend his free time strolling through the slums of Edwardian London to collect evidence of magic and medicinal practices, vernacular beliefs that the century of industrialization and rational sciences hadn’t eliminated. From his urban explorations, conversation with street sellers, sailors, and working classes witches, Lovett accumulated an astonishing array of charms, an incredible collection of odds and ends that proved superstitions were an invisible, yet persistent, practice, even in modern England.

Read more about the magic relics of modern England here !

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21st March 2014

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金繕い

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