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June 26 2017

People don’t realize how much they are in the grip of ideas. We live among ideas much more than we live in nature.
— Saul Bellow, Conversations (via quotespile)

June 25 2017

"Posiada jedną bardzo dodatnią cechę - mianowicie podczas wieczorów, które spędzamy razem, umie bardzo ładnie milczeć, podczas gdy ja coś czytam lub piszę. Zadaje mi czasem dziwne pytania, np: co ja myślę, gdy ją całuję. Czasami bez widocznej przyczyny prawdziwe łzy stają w jej oczach i nie chce powiedzieć dlaczego? Kiedyś w nocy rozpłakała się w łóżku, i gdy ją zapytałem dlaczego, odpowiedziała: 'Ja tak walczę z życiem...'."

Władysław Broniewski "Pamiętnik"

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Proszę iść na ten film (Czerwony żółw):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-R3MFC0pL8

June 24 2017

Ja nie widze co wstawiam, po prostu moja zupa to przypadkowy zlepek rzeczy ktorych nie widze i tyle
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Medea (Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1969)

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June 23 2017

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redlipstickresurrected:

David Lynch (American, b. 1946, Missoula, Montana) - 1: Boy Lights Fire (detail I), 2010  2: Factory At Night With Nude, 2007  3: Boy Lights Fire, 2010  4: Two Friends from David Lynch: The Art Life  5: Pete Goes to His Girlfriend’s House, 2009  6: This Man Was Shot 0.9502 Seconds Ago, 2004  7: I Burn Pinecone and Throw In Your House, 2009  8: Boy Lights Fire (detail II), 2010  Mixed Media on Cardboard

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To philosophize is to learn how to die or to rise to divinity — to know being as Being.
Karl Jaspers, Way to Wisdom (via philosophybits)
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cactuslands:

kim dorland

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clawmarks:

The initiates of the flame - 1922 - via Internet Archive

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sun-death:

[A]n improbable landscape which bristles with trees, coppices and thickets in the shape of demons or phantoms and full of birds with rats’ heads and vegetable tails. From the ground, which is littered with vertebrae, ribs and skulls, there spring gnarled and shaky willow-trees, in which skeletons are perched, waving bouquets and chanting songs of victory, while a Christ flies away into a mackerel sky; a hermit meditates, with his head in his hands, at the back of a grotto; and a beggar dies of privation and hunger, stretched out on his back, his feet pointing to a stagnant pool.


Against Nature, Joris-Karl Huysmans

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hideback:

William Blake (English, 1757-1827)

When the Morning Stars Sang Together, The Book of Job, 1805

More William Blake on hideback

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thunderstruck9:

Otto Tschumi (Swiss, 1904-1985), Truhenraum [Chest Room], 1953. Gouache on paper, 35.5 x 43.8 cm.

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blackpaint20:

Franz Von Stuck - Salome

#Favorite 

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neo-catharsis:

“Encore” nuclear weapons test, Yucca Flats in the Nevada Test Site,1953

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fatalitum:

Unit 731 Experimentation Camp

At the dawn of World War II, although biological and chemical weapons had been used previously in warfare, little was known of precisely how they worked on the human body. Curious, certain Japanese researchers in its army unit 731 conducted a series of indescribably cruel experiments testing the limits of the human body when subjected to harsh conditions, poisonous substances and lethal diseases.

History of Unit 731

Building from the ashes, literally, of a previous program, the “Epidemic Prevention and Water Purification Department of the Kwantung Army” (Unit 731 for short) was authorized in 1936. Bases were established at various places in China (occupied by Japan during the Second Sino-Japanese War), including at Pingfang and Hsinking.

Referring to their victims as maruta, meaning logs, the researchers experimented on, apparently, anyone they could get their hands on: Chinese, Russians, Koreans, Mongolians, Pacific Islanders, other South East Asians and even a few American prisoners of war all fell victim to the doctors at the camps.

Taking the scientific method to new lows, the researchers in unit 731 conducted a variety of experiments:

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