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relievemyburden:

Paul Fryer - Lucifer (Morning Star) 

Installation in the Holy Church in Marylebone, 2008. Anodised aluminium, silicon rubber cord, wax work figure, feathers/aluminium, concrete.

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marthajefferson:

langoaurelian:

Gold and enamel brooch ~ René Lalique, Paris, 1898-99.

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-145:

goodnight tiny humans

-145:

goodnight tiny humans




odditiesoflife:

Curse of the “Black Angel”

In the quiet, peaceful Oakland Cemetery stands an ominous statue. She is an angel, with very long, outstretched feathery wings with one wing raised above her head, the other sloping down. Her hair is hidden beneath a hood that is attached to a long, flowing cloak. She is pitch black. She stands stoic, her face expressionless. Local lore and superstition surround this beautiful, but eerie, Angel of Death.

There is a curse tied to the “Black Angel” cemetery monument, an urban legend said to bring sickness, misfortune and even death to anyone who dares touch her. The legend also foretells that if a pregnant woman should walk beneath the angel’s outstretched wings, she would suffer a miscarriage. But if a virgin should touch the black angel, he or she alone would survive. The Angel of Death supposedly grows darker and darker with the passage of each Halloween.

A locally famous monument, the 8 1/2 foot tall “Black Angel” statue was erected in 1913 as a memorial to Nicholas Feldevert. The story of the Black Angel dates back to the late 19th century when Teresa Feldevert traveled to Iowa City from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Her first marriage produced her son, Edward Dolezal, who died in Iowa City in 1891. Teresa had the bronze angel statue made in Chicago and transported to Iowa City to be placed in the cemetery in 1913. Her second husband, Nicholas Feldevert’s ashes were placed in a repository at the base of the statue. When Teresa died in 1924, her ashes were placed beside her husband’s. Though the monument displays Teresa’s birthdate, there is no sign of her deathdate.

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I’m actually a very private person. If you read between the lines, you’re only going to find more lines. I’m not a reality star. I went to art school. I thought I would be an artist. That’s all I really wanted to share with people. I still feel the same way.

I’m actually a very private person. If you read between the lines, you’re only going to find more lines. I’m not a reality star. I went to art school. I thought I would be an artist. That’s all I really wanted to share with people. I still feel the same way.

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the-explosive-existence:

Once you’ve been tagged list 6 things you and your muse have in common and 6 things you don’t. Then pass this along to some other people.  

Tagged by:  feathers-and-scales

Muse: Jajna(sorry Sator girls first)

6 Similarities between Mun and Muse? 

  • Mentally we are both a maze
  • Locks and curls in our hair
  • Nether if a fan of deep water
  • Don’t care much for what we dress up in as long as we can move.
  • Freedom lover
  • Favor greens over meat but give us sweets and we jump over a meal

6 Differences between Mun and Muse?

  • She got powers….
  • Shes impulsive while I think to much.
  • She was once a centaur.
  • I give a fuck what people think.
  • She got a unnatural gordius color theme while I am boring vanilla
  • I can dance!!! And sometimes sing~ trololol

Tagging: (lets so who is yet to get this) evora-eriu-mclaggen dark-warrior nobodyintheshadow cellmate13 dont-call-me-a-faerie dreadzebub makkazzar rocking-rockatoo thoughtful-raven cats-and-bats hellycherry hiruma-thedevil

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