The Tarot Nook
Professional Tarot Readings by Kelsey Lynore
The Tarot Nook
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"Men who want to be feminists do not need to be given a space in feminism. They need to take the space they have in society & make it feminist."
soultired (via marchingstars)
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riccamacho:

Dancing Celestial.  Uttar Pradesh, India. Early 12th Century.  South and Southeast Asia Galleries, Metropolitan Museum, New York City
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"It is necessary, in this world, to be made of harder stuff than one’s environment."
Aleister Crowley (via yverboren)
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provocatoria:

theovarianbarbarian:

swaglessheathen:

TL;DR

did you mean….Bishop Arts in Oak Cliff?

Did you mean…Rondo in St. Paul?
provocatoria:

theovarianbarbarian:

swaglessheathen:

TL;DR

did you mean….Bishop Arts in Oak Cliff?

Did you mean…Rondo in St. Paul?
provocatoria:

theovarianbarbarian:

swaglessheathen:

TL;DR

did you mean….Bishop Arts in Oak Cliff?

Did you mean…Rondo in St. Paul?
provocatoria:

theovarianbarbarian:

swaglessheathen:

TL;DR

did you mean….Bishop Arts in Oak Cliff?

Did you mean…Rondo in St. Paul?
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"Survivors have scars. Victims have graves."
Something that I need carved in my bones. (via beagmactire)
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ratak-monodosico:

Everyone is a critic
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essam marouf
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iammissmelissa:

Love you to death.
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cubebreaker:

Filipino artist Gregory Raymond Halili’s mother of pearl shell skull carvings are hand carved then painted with oils.
cubebreaker:

Filipino artist Gregory Raymond Halili’s mother of pearl shell skull carvings are hand carved then painted with oils.
cubebreaker:

Filipino artist Gregory Raymond Halili’s mother of pearl shell skull carvings are hand carved then painted with oils.
cubebreaker:

Filipino artist Gregory Raymond Halili’s mother of pearl shell skull carvings are hand carved then painted with oils.
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"sigils, stubble, and self-abuse"
Promethea (via occulttrainingwheels)
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artsy:

“I’m not an abstractionist. I’m not interested in the relationship of color or form or anything else. I’m interested only in expressing basic human emotions: tragedy, ecstasy, doom, and so on.”—Mark Rothko