{PHOTOBLAST} ‘SELFIE’-CENTERED SOCIETY

  Robert Cornelius - Self Portrait - 1839 The FIRST 'Selfie' , as well as the first ever photograph of a human being in history. Not bad for a dead guy . . . {source} “Why do you like me more when I was prouder and wilder, more full of words, yet emptier?” ― Friedrich Hölderlin…Read more {PHOTOBLAST} ‘SELFIE’-CENTERED SOCIETY

PHOTO BLAST!!! Time Traveller’s Academy {Vintage Style Inspiration}

The question of time travel is a query as old as time itself. And while science struggles to bring to the forefront the pure mechanics of it all, lucky individuals throughout the centuries have inexplicably found themselves doing the time warp. Indeed, countless stories of men and women lost between the vortex of the past,…Read more PHOTO BLAST!!! Time Traveller’s Academy {Vintage Style Inspiration}

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 +

The Crazy Egyptian Statue That Can’t Stop Dancing!

[SOURCE: The Laughing Squid] Have you heard yet about the rotating statue at the Manchester Museum, in Northern England? This tiny 3,800 year old guy has been turning heads, as many people allege the simple stone statue to be possessed by a mummy's curse as video footage shockingly reveals the statue had been moving in…Read more The Crazy Egyptian Statue That Can’t Stop Dancing!

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

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {June 10, 2013}

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FREAKY FRIDAY: Vintage Ancient Aliens! William Shatner’s “Mysteries of the Gods” (1977)

William Shatner is best known as Captain Kirk in the iconic 1960s sci-fi series (the original, tamer, Battlestar Gallactica), marking his first foray into the world of outer space, extra terrestrials, space ships, and other worldly beings. But in 1977, Shatner released a documentary that would have the Canadian star again looking to the stars,…Read more FREAKY FRIDAY: Vintage Ancient Aliens! William Shatner’s “Mysteries of the Gods” (1977)

{PHOTOBLAST} SKULL & BONES SOCIETY

There's no denying our obsession with the iconography; the classic skull & bones is an age-old motif that has fascinated and enchanted for centuries. It can mean power, it can mean wealth, it can mean science, it can mean art.As Hamlet proposes "To be, or not to be", so we are faced by the grim…Read more {PHOTOBLAST} SKULL & BONES SOCIETY

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {January 15, 2012}

+ Portrait of Helen Temeris, Crazy Beautiful Queen of Modern Dance ! Rocking it out in a photo by Man Ray circa 1930. She must have known she had it. + Similar Stories:

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {December 14, 2012}

{"Pyramidically Speaking . . ."} The pyramids have always had mighty power over man. Will we ever learn their secrets? + Similar Stories: