fck im alive
The Triangular Lodge, from Rushton and its Owners, 1896. Three Latin texts, each 33 letters long, run around the building on each facade. The quotations are:
Aperiatur terra & germinet Salvatorem: “Let the earth open and … bring forth salvation”
Quis separabit nos a charitate Christi: “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?”
Consideravi opera tua, Domine, et expavi: “I have contemplated thy works, O Lord, and was afraid”
Peter Christen Asbjørnsen, Folk and fairy tales (1883)
Plan of the stone circe, Three Stone Burn, from The History of the Borough, Castle, and Barony of Alnwick by George Tate, 1866.
i wanted her to come back. i needed her. you forget what the days even entail anymore before these obsessions occur. desperation begins to set in. she was for lack of a better phrase, a permanent fixture. the epitome of both a delicacy and wrathfulness that i held profoundly.
The Whore of Babylon; on the seven-headed beast and holding a goblet, in the foreground six figures in contemporary dress including a king and a monk. Clipping from the Lübeck Bible. c.1530-34 Woodcut
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