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Robert Bechtle United States Born 1932 "Santa Barbara Garden".

Robert Bechtle United States Born 1932 "Santa Barbara Garden".

Uprisings by Kozyndan

Uprisings by Kozyndan

Illustration by James Gilleard.

Illustration by James Gilleard.

From "Eliphas Levi: Histoire de la Magie avec une Exposition claire et précise de ses procédés de des rites et de ses mysterés".

From "Eliphas Levi: Histoire de la Magie avec une Exposition claire et précise de ses procédés de des rites et de ses mysterés".

Snakes are a symbol of healing and primal energy. In art, the Naginis are figures of beauty. In many Hindu societies, snakes are worshipped as guardians of the home; and it is said that when a snake enters your life, there will be a new birth of creativity and wisdom. - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Snakes are a symbol of healing and primal energy. In art, the Naginis are figures of beauty. In many Hindu societies, snakes are worshipped as guardians of the home; and it is said that when a snake enters your life, there will be a new birth of creativity and wisdom. - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

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Carrie Hansen Swan Textile Design- I actually love this as a tattoo idea, just one bird between shoulder blades...

Carrie Hansen Swan Textile Design- I actually love this as a tattoo idea, just one bird between shoulder blades...

Harry Clarke’s Beautiful and Haunting 1925 Illustrations for Goethe’s Faust

Harry Clarke’s Beautiful and Haunting 1925 Illustrations for Goethe’s Faust

William Blake: 'The Soul Exploring the Recesses of the Grave', from Robert Blair's "The Grave", 1805, object 20. Pen, ink and water colors over traces of pencil on wove paper

William Blake: 'The Soul Exploring the Recesses of the Grave', from Robert Blair's "The Grave", 1805, object 20. Pen, ink and water colors over traces of pencil on wove paper

Satan in his Original Glory: 'Thou wast Perfect till Iniquity was Found in Thee' - William Blake, circa 1805

Satan in his Original Glory: 'Thou wast Perfect till Iniquity was Found in Thee' - William Blake, circa 1805