1. "Sorrow is knowledge, those that know the most must mourn the deepest, the tree of knowledge is not the tree of life."
    — Lord Byron (via ciampi12)

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  2. "There is something pagan in me that I cannot shake off. In short, I deny nothing, but doubt everything."
    — Lord Byron (via drakontomalloi)

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  4. medievalwitch:

    MedievalWitch’s Spring Cleaning Giveaway!

    I was going through my things and realized I have many of the same stones, and I thought while I love them all, I do not need 10 of the same tumble stone, So I thought I would give some of my pretties new homes.

    What You Will Win:

    • 1 Bloodstone; tumbled
    • 1 Moonstone; tumbled
    • 1 Selenite tower
    • 1 Turritella Agate; tumbled
    • 1 Desert Rose
    • 1 Copy of The Crystal Bible by Judy Hall

    Rules:

    • Must be following me
    • Reblog as many times as you like (on your main blog since I cannot tell if you are following me through your side blog)
    • No giveaway blogs
    • Must be 18 or older or have parents permission
    • Do not tag the post as giveaway when you reblog, it can mess up the notes and delete entries
    • The Winner will be chosen May 4th at 8pm Pacific time
    • Open world wide
    • the winner will be chosen via random number generator
    • When the winner is chosen I will message you  so have your ask box open, you must respond privately, I am not going to keep checking on your blog to see if you posted my message publicly
    • You will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen
    • Must be comfortable giving out your home address for shipping

    This giveaway is in no way affiliated with tumblr.

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  5. letargos:

    Laurence Aberhart - Last Light, 1986

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  7. thedarkbloodofwolves:

    I was already feeling nice… Now I’m feeling NICE!

    (Source: bourbonandchimes)

     
  8. iamthewoodendoors:

    "The last crops of winter"

    Complete series.

    I & Thedeerandtheoak

    The complete series symbolizes the passage from winter to spring, from death to rebirth.

    (via morganathewitch)

     

  9. "There is another world, but it is in this one."
    — W. B. Yeats (via ras-kolnikova) (via tectusregis, jaimelannister) (via psychotherea) (via pacificarvm)
     
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  11. dianaandpansson:

    "The ancients made a very good blue dye from the plant woad.

    To achieve the dye, the aerial parts (above ground: leaves, flowers and stems) of the plant were finely chopped and packed tightly into a wide mouthed container.

    Boiling water was added until the plant material was completely…

    (via wytchwyse)

     
  12. lohrien:

    Illustrations by Piotr Jablonski 

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