Morbid Curiosities

harritudur:

the Wars of the Roses(credits)

harritudur:

the Wars of the Roses
(credits)

(via mirroir)

victoriousvocabulary:

COLLYWOBBLES
[noun]
1. intestinal cramps or other intestinal disturbances.
2. a feeling of fear, apprehension, or nervousness; anxiety.
Etymology: probably from New Latin cholera morbus the disease cholera, influenced through folk etymology by colic and wobble.
[Nicolas Delort - The Waking that Kills]

victoriousvocabulary:

COLLYWOBBLES

[noun]

1. intestinal cramps or other intestinal disturbances.

2. a feeling of fear, apprehension, or nervousness; anxiety.

Etymology: probably from New Latin cholera morbus the disease cholera, influenced through folk etymology by colic and wobble.

[Nicolas Delort - The Waking that Kills]

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blackteablacksun:

Gotthard Sonnenfeld - Besiegt

blackteablacksun:

Gotthard Sonnenfeld - Besiegt

(via dreamboatcourtney)

darkbeautymag:

Photographer: Fallinlight PhotographieStylist: MarKiZ CréationMakeup: Eden TondaModel: Aliénor Fontaine

darkbeautymag:

Photographer: Fallinlight Photographie
Stylist: MarKiZ Création
Makeup: Eden Tonda
Model: Aliénor Fontaine

(via loupgarou)

darkbeautymag:

Photographer: Bella KotakModel: Lulu Lockhart

darkbeautymag:

Photographer: Bella Kotak
Model: Lulu Lockhart

(via loupgarou)

wilburwhateley:

Franciszek Starowieyski, Strindberg, The Dance of Death, 1974

wilburwhateley:

Franciszek Starowieyski, Strindberg, The Dance of Death, 1974

mortisia:

The gravesite of Captain John Gray located in the Old Calton Cemetery in Edinburgh.

mortisia:

The gravesite of Captain John Gray located in the Old Calton Cemetery in Edinburgh.

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130186:

Tex Saverio Haute Couture 2012

130186:

Tex Saverio Haute Couture 2012

(via loupgarou)

victoriousvocabulary:

HALLOW
[verb]
1. to make holy; sanctify; consecrate.
2. to honour as holy; consider sacred; venerate.
Etymology: from Middle English hal(o)wen, Old English hālgian, cognate with German heiligen, Old Norse helga, derivative of hālig, “holy”.
[Tom Bagshaw - Hallowed Age]

victoriousvocabulary:

HALLOW

[verb]

1. to make holy; sanctify; consecrate.

2. to honour as holy; consider sacred; venerate.

Etymology: from Middle English hal(o)wen, Old English hālgian, cognate with German heiligen, Old Norse helga, derivative of hālig, “holy”.

[Tom Bagshaw - Hallowed Age]