474
24 Jul 14 at 11 pm

mineralia:

Rhodonite from Peru

by Tony Peterson via Mindat

mineralia:

Rhodonite from Peru
by Tony Peterson via Mindat
 759
12 Jul 14 at 9 am

atmagaialove:

Close your eyes and let the mind expand. Let no fear of death or darkness arrest its course. Allow the mind to merge with Mind. Let it flow out upon the great curve of consciousness. Let it soar on the wings of the great bird of duration, up to the very Circle of Eternity.

 Hermes Trismegistus

(via theawakenedstate)

atmagaialove:

Close your eyes and let the mind expand. Let no fear of death or darkness arrest its course. Allow the mind to merge with Mind. Let it flow out upon the great curve of consciousness. Let it soar on the wings of the great bird of duration, up to the very Circle of Eternity.
— Hermes Trismegistus
 99
12 Jul 14 at 9 am

cloudnectar:

Golden Loom

(via oxane)

cloudnectar:

Golden Loom
 13
12 Jul 14 at 9 am

rickiekostiner:

"we do not see things as they are. we see things as we are"

(via dewdropzgarden)

rickiekostiner:

"we do not see things as they are. we see things as we are"
 75668
29 Jun 14 at 12 pm

(Source: nhodesign, via cosmic-fyr)

 2939
29 Jun 14 at 12 pm

lionpuppy:

The Lake [Italy, Dolomites] | Blurino

(via cosmic-fyr)

lionpuppy:

The Lake [Italy, Dolomites] | Blurino
 58
15 May 14 at 11 am

conveyorblog:

Conveyor Magazine is currently seeking photographic work for Issue No. 6. In this issue, we delve into the subject of alchemy as a method of transmutation, an intricate system of codes and rituals, and a precursor to modern science.

Even at its origin two thousand years ago in Greco-Roman Egypt, the art of alchemy encompassed far more than the pursuit of chrysopoeia—to transform lead into gold. Across history, alchemists in every corner sought to enhance their understanding of and mastery over the natural and spiritual realms. Incorporating seemingly disparate realms of human knowledge, alchemy flourished as an investigation into the unity of ideas. In pursuit of the Philosopher’s Stone, alchemists both ancient and modern have sought to uncover the hidden connections which unify the intellectual, the spiritual, and the physical in an attempt to transform nature, master matter, and live forever.

Deadline for Submissions:
May 15th, 2014 at Midnight PST

Apply Here: 
conveyoreditions.submittable.com

conveyorblog:

Conveyor Magazine is currently seeking photographic work for Issue No. 6. In this issue, we delve into the subject of alchemy as a method of transmutation, an intricate system of codes and rituals, and a precursor to modern science.


Even at its origin two thousand years ago in Greco-Roman Egypt, the art of alchemy encompassed far more than the pursuit of chrysopoeia—to transform lead into gold. Across history, alchemists in every corner sought to enhance their understanding of and mastery over the natural and spiritual realms. Incorporating seemingly disparate realms of human knowledge, alchemy flourished as an investigation into the unity of ideas. In pursuit of the Philosopher’s Stone, alchemists both ancient and modern have sought to uncover the hidden connections which unify the intellectual, the spiritual, and the physical in an attempt to transform nature, master matter, and live forever.
Deadline for Submissions:May 15th, 2014 at Midnight PST
Apply Here: conveyoreditions.submittable.com
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21 Apr 14 at 5 am

psychedelicmandala:

John 11:25 - “I am the Resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live” The Sacred Heart of Our Ascended Master Jesus Christ.

Salvador Dali - 1962

psychedelicmandala:

John 11:25 - “I am the Resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live” The Sacred Heart of Our Ascended Master Jesus Christ. 

Salvador Dali - 1962