ggeology:

Australian Opal

opals are the prettiest. 

ggeology:

Australian Opal

opals are the prettiest. 

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prussian-lullaby:

monocromas:

deathrock:

becausebirds:

The blackest bird there ever was. It’s black on the outside from head to toe, and black on the inside with its meat and organs.

It’s called the Ayam Cemani from Indonesia, and they’re $2,500 a pop. Their bones are black, too. The only part of them that’s not black is their blood 

That’s metal.

The biggest, blackest cock

the biggest, blackest cock is metal as fuck. 

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thegreencamel:

unexplained-events:

Lucifer (Morningstar)

A wax sculpture depicting the devil snared in a set of power lines built by Paul Fryer. The sculpture is illuminated by the church’s stained glass windows.

It can be seen at The Holy Trinity Church in Marylebone, Westminster.

Creepy fact for the day.

The Christian faith is built on pillars or commandments—one of which is thou shalt not worship false idols. Also, the Bible repeatedly talks about how lucifer is the great deceiver, a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

Christmas is supposed to be about christ, yet it is as much about Santa and presents. Santa is Satan misspelled. Santa’s nickname is st. Nick. Another nickname for Satan is old st. Nick.

There are similar stories for every major Christian holiday.

Purposeful or not it’s a neat coincidence.

unexplained-events:

Stars

Just want to take a break from the usual stuff to talk about how amazing stars are. When we look at stars we get to look into the past. Due to the way and speed light travels(186,282 mps) in, we see stars as they once were. It takes light, from the closest star to us, to travel to Earth in about eight minutes. When Earth based telescopes look at the sun, they are seeing it as it was eight minutes ago. Using Earth based telescopes and advancing technology we can see stars that no longer exist.

There are stars out there that are more than thousands, millions or billions of of light years away. So, if a star is a million light years away and died a million years ago, we will see it die now.  If another star died four million years ago, but is a hundred million light years away, we’ll still be able to see it for another 96 million years.

and this is why, kids, stars are pretty wonderful. 

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trnsatlanticfoe:

Let’s go

i really want this. i miss it a lot. 

trnsatlanticfoe:

Let’s go

i really want this. i miss it a lot. 

Eraserhead (1977)

what a beautiful looking set. 

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