With thieves I consort


The vilest of sort


I am at ease with depravity






J-me, 20, Wa
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The illusion of freedom will continue as long as it’s profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater. By Frank Zappa (via acidbrainfather)

petitcabinetdecuriosites:

Description: From Nürnbergische Hesperides, oder gründliche Beschreibung der edlen Citronat-, Citronen- und Pomeranzen-Früchte, Johann Christoph Volckamer, editor, various engravers. Nuremberg: 1708-1714. Johann Christoph Volckamer (1662-1744) was the rich heir of a family silk factory who dedicated his time to the formidable project of growing lemons and oranges in a greenhouse in his large Nuremberg garden, one of the city’s finest. His Nürnbergische Hesperides was a scientific catalog of his collection, and is regarded as one of the most beautiful works on botany of the Baroque period. Expertly drawn, engraved and colored, the illustrations therein depict the fruit gracefully afloat in the air above quaint scenes. (via The Antiquarium - Antique Print & Map Gallery - Johann Volckamer - Night Blooming Cereus - Hand-colored copperplate engraving)

petitcabinetdecuriosites:

Description: From Nürnbergische Hesperides, oder gründliche Beschreibung der edlen Citronat-, Citronen- und Pomeranzen-Früchte, Johann Christoph Volckamer, editor, various engravers. Nuremberg: 1708-1714. Johann Christoph Volckamer (1662-1744) was the rich heir of a family silk factory who dedicated his time to the formidable project of growing lemons and oranges in a greenhouse in his large Nuremberg garden, one of the city’s finest. His Nürnbergische Hesperides was a scientific catalog of his collection, and is regarded as one of the most beautiful works on botany of the Baroque period. Expertly drawn, engraved and colored, the illustrations therein depict the fruit gracefully afloat in the air above quaint scenes. (via The Antiquarium - Antique Print & Map Gallery - Johann Volckamer - Night Blooming Cereus - Hand-colored copperplate engraving)

spiritualevolution1111:

“And Death is not real, even in the Relative sense — it is but Birth to a new life — and You shall go on, and on, and on, to higher and still higher planes of life, for aeons upon aeons of time. The Universe is your home, and you shall explore its farthest recesses before the end of Time. You are dwelling in the Infinite Mind of THE ALL, and your possibilities and opportunities are infinite, both in time and Space. And at the end of the Grand Cycle of Aeons, when THE ALL shall draw back into itself all of its creations — you will go gladly, for you will then be able to know the Whole Truth.”

~ The Kybalion

Artist: Unknown

spiritualevolution1111:

“And Death is not real, even in the Relative sense — it is but Birth to a new life — and You shall go on, and on, and on, to higher and still higher planes of life, for aeons upon aeons of time. The Universe is your home, and you shall explore its farthest recesses before the end of Time. You are dwelling in the Infinite Mind of THE ALL, and your possibilities and opportunities are infinite, both in time and Space. And at the end of the Grand Cycle of Aeons, when THE ALL shall draw back into itself all of its creations — you will go gladly, for you will then be able to know the Whole Truth.”

~ The Kybalion

Artist: Unknown