Realms Mystical & Forgotten

“All my life, my heart has sought a thing I cannot name. Remembered line from a long-forgotten poem…”

contactee-confessions:

unexplained-events:

Duende

A mom (Argentina) captures a strange creature while filming her son. She believes it to be a Duende, which is a fairy or goblin-like creature from Latin American or Filipino folklore.

Video

my boss showed me this the other day

lisabeam:

fahbulus:

taking selfies with my friends like

image

aren’t those the guys from scrubs?

(via afternoonsnoozebutton)

It is the very mark of the spirit of rebellion to crave for happiness in this life.
Henrik Ibsen, Ghosts (via observando)
bijoux-et-mineraux:

Fluorapatite and Albite -  Lavra do Ze Pecha, Golconda pegmatite, Governador Valadares, Doce valley, Minas Gerais, Brazil View high resolution

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Fluorapatite and Albite - Lavra do Ze Pecha, Golconda pegmatite, Governador Valadares, Doce valley, Minas Gerais, Brazil

(Source: quebulfineminerals.com)

Thunder

introspectivepoet:

When I think of you
I feel the same way
That I do
When I hear the thunder
Rumbling in the distance
And I know it’s about to roll in.


Make of that
What you will.


Original Work: KH 9/4/14

(Source: kelshow.wordpress.com)

ancientpeoples:

Head from a statue of Amenhotep I
18th Dynasty, New Kingdom
c.1525-1504 BC
King Amenhotep I, second ruler of Dynasty 18, made his own contributions toward the temple at Deir el-Bahri built by Mentuhotep II at the beginning of the Middle Kingdom. Most notably, he endowed the processional way, along which the god Amun’s image was carried once a year toward Mentuhotep’s sanctuary, with a row of mummiform (Osiride) statues of himself. These statues are remarkable not only for their imposing original height of more than 2.5 meters (9 feet) but also for the individuality of their faces. This fragment of a face with a fleshy nose and split chin comes from an example of the series that is especially artistically refined: a true portrait of an individual person who was king of Egypt. Like some others in the group, the head shows signs that it was damaged in antiquity and later repaired with the help of a dovetail dowel.
(Source: The Met Museum)

ancientpeoples:

Head from a statue of Amenhotep I

18th Dynasty, New Kingdom

c.1525-1504 BC

King Amenhotep I, second ruler of Dynasty 18, made his own contributions toward the temple at Deir el-Bahri built by Mentuhotep II at the beginning of the Middle Kingdom. Most notably, he endowed the processional way, along which the god Amun’s image was carried once a year toward Mentuhotep’s sanctuary, with a row of mummiform (Osiride) statues of himself. These statues are remarkable not only for their imposing original height of more than 2.5 meters (9 feet) but also for the individuality of their faces. This fragment of a face with a fleshy nose and split chin comes from an example of the series that is especially artistically refined: a true portrait of an individual person who was king of Egypt. Like some others in the group, the head shows signs that it was damaged in antiquity and later repaired with the help of a dovetail dowel.

(Source: The Met Museum)