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Jokes

Adam Kadmon walks into a bar. He walks up to the bartender and orders a Macroprosopus. The bartender says, “Why the Long Face?”

3liza:

This evening is the grand launch of my Problem Glyphs Patreon!  There are lots of reward tiers and milestones, and this will help very much in getting through the backlog of over 400 glyph requests in my inbox, as well as fund my currently non-paying projects, including Black Hole Wizard, the Rent Boys series of oil paintings, and the Hybrid Vigor series.  I’m hanging out in the Sweatshop chatroom tonight to answer any questions you may have.  I am also available on Twitter @3liza!

==> PROBLEM GLYPHS PATREON

Give some support to Eliza Gauger’s fascinating shamanic art project, Problem Glyphs. This is the real deal.

Tags: magick art

hateplow:

Discovery 0.5

templeofelementalpixels:

The beholder, or “eye tyrant”, is one of the most iconic of D&D monsters. They are vicious and cruel creatures, covetous of wealth and power. They believe themselves to be perfect beings, the pinnacles of evolution, and treat all “lower” beings with disdain, mere disposable resources to be expended in the pursuit of their vicious ambitions. They are wary and distrustful even of other beholders. Still more pathologically, their own minds are divided into two halves, each of which distrusts the other, and so they hoard secrets within and from themselves. They float through dungeons of their own making, alien and alienated, smug, abominable, and terribly, terribly alone.
Y’know, just like us.

We sure do like monsters that are secretly self-portraits.

templeofelementalpixels:

The beholder, or “eye tyrant”, is one of the most iconic of D&D monsters. They are vicious and cruel creatures, covetous of wealth and power. They believe themselves to be perfect beings, the pinnacles of evolution, and treat all “lower” beings with disdain, mere disposable resources to be expended in the pursuit of their vicious ambitions. They are wary and distrustful even of other beholders. Still more pathologically, their own minds are divided into two halves, each of which distrusts the other, and so they hoard secrets within and from themselves. They float through dungeons of their own making, alien and alienated, smug, abominable, and terribly, terribly alone.

Y’know, just like us.

We sure do like monsters that are secretly self-portraits.

Tags: mindfuck wtf gpoy

ooblium:

Selections from Michael Maier’s Symbola aurea mensae — Frankfurt, 1617

A modern coloration by Adam McLean

http://www.levity.com/alchemy/index.html

These are the fathers and mothers of the alchemical Great Work, from top to bottom:

(1) Hermes Mercurius Trismegistus, (2) Maria the Jewess, (3) Avicenna, (4) Democritus, (5) Morienus, (6) Albertus Magnus, (7) Sendivogius, (8) Roger Bacon, (9) Melchior Cibinensis

ooblium:

Excerpts from a medieval “medicinal herb book” produced in Augsburg during the 1520’s

BSB Cod.icon. 26 is online at the Bavarian State Library and is about 150 pages long.