This image portrays several dried llama fetuses sold at the Witches’ Market, a popular tourist destination in La Paz, Bolivia. Legend states that these artefacts are sacred to the Incan goddess, Pachamama. Common practice dictates that before moving into a new house, dried llama fetuses must be buried under the new house’s foundations to invite good fortune for the duration of the family’s residence in the house.
more new drawings. I’m hoping to do a full tarot deck.
One of the most respected, senior and widely published professors of psychology, Daryl Bem of Cornell, has just published an article (pdf link) that suggests that people — ordinary people — can be altered by experiences they haven’t had yet. Time, he suggests, is leaking. The Future has slipped, unannounced, into the Present. And he thinks he can prove it.
For part of its existence as an ancient temple, Stonehenge doubled as a substantial prehistoric art gallery, according to new evidence revealed yesterday.
A detailed laser-scan survey of the entire monument has discovered 72 previously unknown Early Bronze Age carvings chipped into five of…
Uh oh…. ;)
“No, really. I’m awesome at this. Ask me a question!”
“Uh, go fish?”
cats is always hangmans
<3 best show ever <3
UP THE WITCHES (A) AGAINST THE GRAND JURIES
Tell me about it
*squirts milk out of nose*
Visita Interiora Terra Rectificando Invenies Occultum Lapidem
(Visit the interior of the earth and rectifying, you will find the hidden stone.)
Seeker of bones
(page of coins)
“To get somewhere further and to get there faster, it’s best to own a vehicle…”
- Carole Sédillot, Ombres et Lumières du Tarot
Ha. Well done.
…is…is that you?
Nope, not me. Some other bad-ass witch though. You should see the signs I’m putting up to keep kids off my grass though.
My wheels got stolen (but not the frame) last night, but I feel bad for the sucker that stole them - not only were they eleven years old and in horrid shape, I’d had the bike for so long it went through my ‘let’s do magic on everything!’ stage.