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Sidelong Glance


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Like a randy nun, I lead a quiet, sequestered life of piety and perversion. Like a cantankerous hag, I scorn the bustle of society and probably eat stray children. I am devoted to Krishna because he's a bigger, naughtier fiend than myself, which commands my respect, and I strive to serve him through transcendental immorality. I spend a lot of time idly scowling and looking at the ugly trees around my home. Also, I have a face, but it's not much to look at.

KRSNA


Hare Krishna
Hare Krishna
Krishna Krishna
Hare Hare
Hare Rama
Hare Rama
Rama Rama
Hare Hare



hotguysinart:

Title TBD by Nan Goldin
Details from Scopophila, a single channel high-definition video projection

hotguysinart:

Title TBD by Nan Goldin

Details from Scopophila, a single channel high-definition video projection




inneroptics:

Dora and the Minotaur, Picasso i1936

inneroptics:

Dora and the Minotaur, Picasso i1936




locusimperium:

getmetoanunnery:

ohzeitgeist:

rossodimarte:

Anonymous French artist
Arma Christi - "Weapons of Christ", Bréviaire de Bonne de Luxembourg (duchesse de Normandie), fol. 331 r., 1345
New York, Metropolitan

Why does Jesus look like the Eye of Sauron?

Idgie: “Why is there a vagina?” (repeat three times) 

It’s the fifth wound of Christ, which actually has been officially compared to a vagina multiple times in Christian history! In fact, there are many Medieval works of art that portray Jesus “giving birth” to new creation or to resurrected people through the wound in his side. (The Gospel of John says that water poured out from his side, which many connect to amniotic fluid)
A really awesome classmate of mine (who graduated this past spring) created an orthodox Episcopal liturgy that used feminine language for God & Christ and was based around the fifth wound for her senior project. I need to ask her for a copy of it.

locusimperium:

getmetoanunnery:

ohzeitgeist:

rossodimarte:

Anonymous French artist

Arma Christi - "Weapons of Christ", Bréviaire de Bonne de Luxembourg (duchesse de Normandie), fol. 331 r., 1345

New York, Metropolitan

Why does Jesus look like the Eye of Sauron?

Idgie: “Why is there a vagina?” (repeat three times) 

It’s the fifth wound of Christ, which actually has been officially compared to a vagina multiple times in Christian history! In fact, there are many Medieval works of art that portray Jesus “giving birth” to new creation or to resurrected people through the wound in his side. (The Gospel of John says that water poured out from his side, which many connect to amniotic fluid)

A really awesome classmate of mine (who graduated this past spring) created an orthodox Episcopal liturgy that used feminine language for God & Christ and was based around the fifth wound for her senior project. I need to ask her for a copy of it.







adanvc:

Storm Clouds. 1921.
by Karl Struss

adanvc:

Storm Clouds. 1921.

by Karl Struss




efedra:

The Grove, 2012 by Aron Wiesenfeld

efedra:

The Grove, 2012 by Aron Wiesenfeld




oursoulsaredamned:

David Herrerias “Endor´s witch in Νεκρομαντεῖον “

oursoulsaredamned:

David Herrerias “Endor´s witch in Νεκρομαντεῖον “




I’m too nasty for sweet people and too sweet for nasty people.




Slightly scummy.




1910-again:

Felix Vallotton, Verdun 1917

1910-again:

Felix Vallotton, Verdun 1917




fleurdulys:

The Past - Mikalojus Ciurlionis
1907

fleurdulys:

The Past - Mikalojus Ciurlionis

1907




enchantedsleeper:

Leon Carre

enchantedsleeper:

Leon Carre




tenebrum:

Ralph Albert Blakelock (1847 – 1919) Moonlight

tenebrum:

Ralph Albert Blakelock (1847 – 1919) Moonlight




nocnitsa:

Franz Wacik
source

nocnitsa:

Franz Wacik

source




jeannepompadour:

"Salome" by Edward Okuń

jeannepompadour:

"Salome" by Edward Okuń


under: #salome