“When the blood of your veins returns to the sea and the dust of your bones returns to the ground, maybe then will you remember that this earth does not belong to you, you belong to this earth.”

- (via cosmofilius)

(Source: thedruidsteaparty, via servabo)

brieetlejuice:

lord-kitschener:

thegoblinmarketofficial:

Skeletal Jungle Gym in the backyard of the church Heilig-Kreuz Kirche in Munich, Germany.
Art by Peter Riss
 

Yes

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“Man is free; but his freedom does not look like the glorious liberty of the Enlightenment; it is no longer the gift of God. Once again, man stands alone in the universe, responsible for his condition, likely to remain in a lowly state, but free to reach above the stars.”

- Jean-Paul Sartre (via discussoverbeers)

“In London there is a man who screams when the church bells ring.”

-  H.P. Lovecraft  “The Descendant”

My hypothesis is that we have already passed the point of irreversibility; that we are already in an exponential, unlimited form in which everything develops in the void, to infinity, without any possibility of re-apprehending it in a human dimension; in which we are losing the memory of the past, the projection of the future and the possibility of integrating that future into a present action. The problem raised by history is not that it might have come to an end, but rather that it will have no end - and hence no longer any finality, any purpose.

Jean Baudrillard, “Passwords”

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kremlint Asked:

where've you gone, friend

Where does anyone go?

In an eternal stasis at your side,

Reverend Creep

sci-universe:

Astrophotography from 1908 — 1919

These images were taken about 100 years ago. I can’t even describe how much respect I have for early astronomers.

Image courtesy: Yerkes Observatory, Royal Observatory of Greenwich, Mount Wilson Observatory

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“There is no creature on earth half so terrifying as a truly just man.”

- George R. R. Martin

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