photos tagged with #symbol

Posted: 10.8 hours ago
Chiming in the vision @musesofmystery … Tibetan Tingsha, Rajasthani antique iron keys (20cm), brass Altar bell, kangaroo bones (display) #bell#key#symbol #cymbal#bones #witchcraft (at Muses Of Mystery)
#bell #key #symbol #cymbal #bones #witchcraft
Posted: 20.5 hours ago
Here’s something very new i see something on YouTube and it’s called ATTACK on titan… and i was surprised at it and… it’s symbols so… i thought i can show you some of of these… And i thought it was crazy enough that some of need see it or maybe just see the symbol and try to make your character and what class or rank is he or she in on… so that’s all that i know of… So what do you think?
#attack on titan #symbol #attack on titan symbols #training crop #survey corps #garrison
Posted: 67.6 hours ago
Jesse Lenz’s monsters and marilyns The monster had no name, but appropriated Frankenstein‘s in popular culture Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, Mary Shelley (1797–1851). Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist creates a hideous, sapient creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment. Shelley started writing the story when she was 18, and the first edition of the novel was published anonymously in London on 1 January 1818, when she was 20. The term “Modern Prometheus” was actually coined by Immanuel Kant in reference to Benjamin Franklin and his experiments with electricity. I ought to be thy Adam, but I am rather the fallen angel : the monster speaking to Victor Frankenstein -Gabz, Prometheus Regular Edition -kiszkiloszki gif. Dec 13, 2015 Prometheus (and Hubris) The Titan who created mankind at the behest of Zeus. He made a being (in Latin mythology clay was used) in the image of the gods that could have a spirit breathed into it. Prometheus taught man to hunt, read, and heal their sick, but after he tricked Zeus into accepting poor-quality offerings from humans, Zeus kept fire from mankind. Prometheus defied Zeus, gave fire to man and was sentenced to eternal punishement (fixed to a rock of Caucasus, each day an eagle would feast on his liver, only for the liver to regrow the next day). Eventually Heracles (Hercules) released him (on his quest for apples from the Garden of Hesperides). Hubris (/ˈhjuːbris/ancient Greek ὕβρις) typically describes behaviors that violate natural order or challenge the gods; results in the downfall, or nemesis getting away with it all messed up, that’s the living thnx alteregoetc ⇋ andrusmagnus
#pop #monster #cyborg #symbol #falling #Hubris #Prometheus #Frankenstein #mud #Jesse Lenz #portrait #experimental #dystopia #Gabz
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