2headedsnake:

Ken Price

buddhabrot:

truebluemeandyou:

16 Foods That Regrow Themselves Infographic from Cooking Stoned.

WAIT WHAT U CAN REGROW GREEN ONIONS I’m such a fuckin idiot i should have known 

boomerstarkiller67:

Ralph McQuarrie - Sci-fi novels cover art details

alwaysinsearchoflight:

"The Sephirothic Tree of the later KabbalistsFrom Kircher’s OEdipus AEgyptiacusBy Manly Palmer HallThe Kabbalists divided the universe into four worlds, each consisting of ten spheres, arranged into what is called the “Sephirothic Tree.” This Tree is composed of ten circles, representing the numbers 1 to 10, connected together by twenty-two canals—the twenty-two letters of the Hebrewalphabet. The ten numbers plus the twenty-two letters result in the occult number 32, which, according to the Mishna, signifies the Thirty-two Paths of Wisdom.” - Manly Palmer Hall

alwaysinsearchoflight:

"The Sephirothic Tree of the later Kabbalists

From Kircher’s OEdipus AEgyptiacus

By Manly Palmer Hall

The Kabbalists divided the universe into four worlds, each consisting of ten spheres, arranged into what is called the “Sephirothic Tree.” This Tree is composed of ten circles, representing the numbers 1 to 10, connected together by twenty-two canals—the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew
alphabet. The ten numbers plus the twenty-two letters result in the occult number 32, which, according to the Mishna, signifies the Thirty-two Paths of Wisdom.” - Manly Palmer Hall

workman:

ooblium:

Selections from the Golden Dawn Notebooks by W.B. Yeats

The Order of the Golden Dawn, which WBY joined on 7 March 1890, was a society dedicated to the study of Rosicrucianism and ritual magic. (Rosicrucianism was a seventeenth century movement, based on Christianity, which gave rise to several secret organizations devoted to alchemy, mysticism, and esoteric spiritual beliefs). 

The Order evolved an elaborate system of symbols and rituals and also an elaborate hierarchy — members studied and underwent examinations to move from level to level. They used Tarot cards to prognosticate about the future, performed magical ceremonies to access archetypes and in some instances deities, and engaged in the practice of magic. 

During the 1890s, the organization, which was based in London, had over 300 members. These included WBY, his uncle George Pollexfen, Maud Gonne, Florence Farr, Annie Horniman  and Georgina Hyde-Lees, who later became WBY’s wife.