E.O.F. Mystery School {Master Mason} Vintage Style Inspiration @Theeyeoffaith #hamont

We mused over the Modern Mystery Men of Yale, and wanted to establish our own secret sanctum.... mys·ter·y 1  (mst-r) n.pl.mys·ter·ies 1. One that is not fully understood or that baffles or eludes the understanding; an enigma: How he got in is a mystery. 2. One whose identity is unknown and who arouses curiosity: The woman…Read more E.O.F. Mystery School {Master Mason} Vintage Style Inspiration @Theeyeoffaith #hamont

{STYLE IDOL} Jean-Michel Basquiat

+ jean michel basquiat {French pronunciation: ​[ʒɑ̃ miˈʃɛl baskija]; December 22, 1960 – August 12, 1988} 1. artist. style icon.  2. academic; a little underground; a little street; archaic African; American hip-hop; Classic; Refined; Cultured; Gritty; Nitty; Bad Ass; Post-Punk; Anti-Conservative; Painted. Layered; Tough; Rugged; Tribal; NYC.  3. timeless.  4. cool.  + I don't listen to…Read more {STYLE IDOL} Jean-Michel Basquiat

Making an Impact: “Don’t You Dare” by The Impacts {and the Mystery of “Kelly”}

Here's a newly uncovered lost treasure we happened to find lying about. What a shame. This is one that is sure to have you grinding and grooving all the night through. Just shy of making you want to howl at the moon. This one's called "Don't You Dare" and it's played by none other than…Read more Making an Impact: “Don’t You Dare” by The Impacts {and the Mystery of “Kelly”}

The Dapper Mystery Men Who Guard The Secret of the Voynich Manuscripts . . .

The strange, wonderful, and perplex. The Voynich Manuscripts . . . the World's most wildly weird book. Full of strange diagrams and cryptic text, many generations have passed and still no one has been able to make anything of it. The book is hidden deep away in Yale's Rare Book Collection making it kind of…Read more The Dapper Mystery Men Who Guard The Secret of the Voynich Manuscripts . . .

Stephen Hawking, His Life in the Stars and a Bad-Ass Brain

Thanks to the team at Online PhD for sending us this graphic! Hopefully everybody remembers the post we did on Stephen Hawking and his wild sexual escapades in Los Angeles! But don't think we forgot the brilliant genius that has made this 70-year old thinking legend an icon of science, as well as a real-life…Read more Stephen Hawking, His Life in the Stars and a Bad-Ass Brain

History {Is Made At Night} – The Poison Apple That Killed The Father of Computer Science

There is no doubt that the world would not be the same place if it hadn't been for Alan Turing [b. 23 June 1912 – d. 7 June 1954]. In fact, you wouldn't be reading this delectable morsel if it weren't for the incredible genius of this British mathematician in developing the modern day computer.…Read more History {Is Made At Night} – The Poison Apple That Killed The Father of Computer Science

{STYLE-WISE} The Secret Society Style of Tom Buchanan

Indeed there are many sinfully stylish idols to worship throughout "The Great Gatsby"; like masculine and cool Jordan, soft and feminine Daisy, even the bookish narrator Nick. And then of course there's the poster boy himself, Jay Gatsby ,who shall always remain in the fore realm of our memory as a hero to determination and…Read more {STYLE-WISE} The Secret Society Style of Tom Buchanan

E.O.F. Presents + THE SACRED ORDER OF THE GOLDEN DAWN +

 AMINUS FACIT NOBILEM. {"The Spirit Makes The Human Noble."} Getting ready for school or work, you might have noticed that day by day you are submitting to any number of rituals. Whether it's washing your face or prepping for your day at the mirror, all these little things add up to make the recipe for…Read more E.O.F. Presents + THE SACRED ORDER OF THE GOLDEN DAWN +

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {April 17/2014}

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Manic Monday: Hysteric for Charcot’s Mysterious Medical Muses

Charcot {29 November 1825 – 16 August 1893} Remembered today as a leading mind in the fields of neurology and psychology, Jean-Martin Charcot's legacy is as much in his strange medical photography, as his famous pupils (Sigmund Freud and Georges Gilles de la Tourette), and important breakthroughs in the field. Taken for research purposes, these…Read more Manic Monday: Hysteric for Charcot’s Mysterious Medical Muses