moggyduster

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moggyduster
Posted: 67.8 hours ago
irridallium: somebodylost-chan: lovelyladylunacy: edgaristhefox: furbearingbrick: trebled-negrita-princess: blackgirlsinlove: elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey: mika-misaki2: I don’t know who Megan Kelly is but I wanna piss her off dis bitch “Verifiable fact” 😭😂 I’d PISS ON HER tbh btw Saint Nicholas, whom Santa Claus is based on, was a black guy and we don’t know exactly what jesus looked like, but here’s an artistic reconstruction of an average 20-something male from his ethnic group at the time DOES THIS LOOK FUCKING WHITE TO YOU I want this post everywhere jesus was represented more or less accurately as an ethnically jewish arab man up until the reign of pope alexander vi, in the late 15th century. since he was viciously persecuting roman jews during this time, alexander wanted to make them less sympathetic to the public, and did so in part by ordering that portrayals of jesus be based off of his son, cesare borgia. the reason “jesus is white” is because someone purposefully attempted to alter the perception of history to benefit his goal of persecuting a targeted ethnic group. Ooh, interesting historical note. I don’t usually share posts like this but I always want to piss off Megan Kelly
moggyduster
Posted: 149.7 hours ago
artist-monet: Fisherman’s House at Varengeville, 1882, Claude Monet
moggyduster
Posted: 188.7 hours ago
mrhoneybunny: Andy Dixon “Venus Painting” 2017, 70″ x 51″
moggyduster
Posted: 188.8 hours ago
artist-monet: Riverbank at Argenteuil, 1877, Claude Monet
moggyduster
Posted: 188.8 hours ago
artist-bazille: Flowers, 1868, Frederic Bazille Size: 130x95 cm Medium: oil on canvas
moggyduster
Posted: 188.9 hours ago
unflatteringcatselfies: this is Bud, he’s not very photogenic
moggyduster
Posted: 272.3 hours ago
artist-monet: Two Vases with Chrysanthems, 1888, Claude Monet
moggyduster
Posted: 272.4 hours ago
artist-signac: Grand Canal (Venise), 1905, Paul Signac Size: 73.5x92.1 cm Medium: oil on canvas