Reblog this if its okay for your followers to introduce themselves to you.
For sure! I’m always looking to fatten up my Pampushky collection. <3
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I have almost as many drafts as I have followers.
Phew! Finally under 2,000 drafts - thanks to everyone who put up with this weekend’s reblogs. Promise that original content’s a-comin’ soon. XOXO
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Who’ll hate me forever if I indulged in some queued reblogging this weekend?
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This mushroom - thought to be a specimen of Clathrus archeri, or “Devil’s Fingers” - takes the cake for being the strangest and creepiest specimen of a fungus looking like something else. It looks like a cold, dead hand reaching out to pull the rest of the zombie body out of the earth. Those even look like tattered sleeves down by the wrists of the hands.
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A lesser known work by Nigel Jackson, from ”The Pillars of Tubal Cain”, Nigel Jackson and Michael Howard (highly recommended!)
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A neo-Gothic tile with a Marian monogram in the church of Onze Lieve Vrouw (Our Lady) in Amsterdam.
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Two different Traditions and so many similarities… These two images have to my be favorite of all occult images, the fact that the people are in full ritual, too engrossed to care about the camera, so completely removed from the world.
The Movement captured in these photo’s is rarely captured in occult photography and most photo’s appear staged just for the shot, but these are full of the energy expected in ritual.
In the image above shows a more traditional coven; the circle is draw in chalk, the altar is a low chest and in actuality the real altar is the stone slab resting against the chest; the hearth stone.
The image below is of an Alexandrian Coven; using their own make fabric and sacred names circle to mark out the space. In both images participants are all skyclad but in the Traditional coven they are dancing inside their circle, and the Alexandrain coven are dancing outside, with two members contained within…
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Illustration by Leonor Fini for Jacques Audiberti’s Le Sabbat ressuscité par Leonor Fini (The Witches’ Sabbath Resurrected for Leonor Fini), 1957
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Rokurokubi- They look like normal human beings by day, but at night they gain the ability to stretch their necks to great lengths. They can also change their faces to those of terrifying Oni to better scare mortals.