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Schembart Carnival Manuscript Just one of the many amazing costumes featured in this manuscript about the carnival held in Nuremberg between 1449 and

Fraktur is a highly artistic and elaborate illuminated folk art created by the Pennsylvania Dutch, named after the Fraktur script associated with it. Most Fraktur were created between 1740 and 1860.

Fraktur is a highly artistic and elaborate illuminated folk art created by the Pennsylvania Dutch, named after the Fraktur script associated with it. Most Fraktur were created between 1740 and

The fern world of Australia, with homes of the Queensland species. - Biodiversity Heritage Library

The fern world of Australia, with homes of the Queensland species.

The Green Man - Lunaesque Creative Photography

Carri Angel - Fantasy, Creative & Conceptual Photography The Wheel Of The Year - Lunaesque Productions. The Oak King

La Vie Parisienne Le Paon Censeur May 2, 1925 Georges Leonnec

Beautiful art print Vintage French Magazine Paris Image "La Vie Parisienne" Wall Decor Unframed Print is Unframed x Ready for framing . Professionally printed on medium weight cardstock

a costume design (via Shakespeare Birthplace Trust)

a costume design (via Shakespeare Birthplace Trust)

Known as the blind daughter in Finnish mythology, Loviatar is the goddess of death and disease.   Born from the union of Tuoni, the god of death, and his underworld queen Tuonetar, Loviatar

Known as the blind daughter in Finnish mythology, Loviatar is the goddess of death and disease. Born from the union of Tuoni, the god of death, and his underworld queen Tuonetar, Loviatar

Jack in the green - a character in traditional English May Day parades, and other May celebrations, who wears a large, foliage-covered, garland-like framework. Pictured: A chimney sweep's Jack in the Green dances with the "Lord and Lady of the May" (probably both played by men) in 18th-century London (Wikipedia).

The Chimney Sweeps' Jack in the Green dances with the 'Lord & Lady of the May" (probably both played by men) in London

The Táltos (also "Tátos") is a female figure in Hungarian mythology similar to a shaman (which means it is a shaman). In the book "Magyar mitológia" (Hungarian Mythology) from 1854, a táltos was in direct contact with creature during the prenatal period. Once born, the Táltos had a special mission in life to cure the souls of other members of her society.

The Táltos (also "Tátos") is a female figure in Hungarian mythology similar to a shaman

This "Natures Embrace" by GaiaFly (Flickr) not only captures perfectly the flesh mating that births the flowers that flow from the woman's thighs and into the earth, but also depicts the pure spirit mating that births a higher consciousness that mirrors closely the divine union of twin souls.

Nature's Embrace by Josephine Wall. On a magical twilight night, high above…

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