Obsidian Owl

only on the firm foundation of unyielding despair, can the soul's habitation henceforth be built

Tuesday, May 1

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huuuuuuuup:

Cassie en el Burning Man, haciendo un poco de puntas y hup.
Foto por Hailey.

huuuuuuuup:

Cassie en el Burning Man, haciendo un poco de puntas y hup.

Foto por Hailey.

Thursday, April 19

Gotye - State of the Art

1 of top 3 Coachella favorites.

Sunday, April 8

Easter & Rebirth

“If we think of the Crucifixion only in historical terms we lose the reference of the symbol immediately to ourselves. Jesus left his mortal body on the cross, the sign of the earth, to go to the Father with whom he was one. We, similarly, are to identify with the eternal life that is within us. The symbol at the same time tells us of God’s willing acceptance of the cross – that is to say, of participation in the trials and sorrows of human life in the world. So that He is here within us – not by way of a fall or a mistake, but with rapture and joy. Thus the cross has a dual sense – one, our going to the divine, and the other, of the divine coming to us. It is a true cross-ing.

“What has always been basic to resurrection, or Easter, is crucifixion. If you want to resurrect, you must have crucifixion. Too many interpretations of the Crucifixion have failed to emphasize that. They emphasize the calamity of the event. And if you emphasize calamity, then you look for someone to blame. That is why people have blamed the Jews for it. But it is not a calamity if it leads to new life. Through the Crucifixion we are unshelled, we are able to be born to resurrection. That is not a calamity. We must look freshly at this so that its symbolism can be sensed.

“St. Augustine speaks of going to the Cross as a bridegroom to his bride. There is an affirmation here. In the Prado is a great painting by Titian of Simon of Cyrene as he willingly helps jesus with the cross. The picture captures the human participation, the free, voluntary participation we all must have in the Easter-Passover mystery.”

Joseph Campbell, Thou Art That, p.112 – 113

[Shared from JenBlackstock.com]

Thursday, March 29

fact magazine mix #160 by justin martin


Thursday, March 1

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ocelott:

peacock by kiiabuno on Flickr.

ocelott:

peacock by kiiabuno on Flickr.

(via otafuu)

Thursday, December 15

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“Prophecy is not a prediction, even though it purports to be so. Prophecy is a thread in the total fabric of meaning, in the total worldview. In this way it can be seen as a way of life and being.”

-Armin Geertz, anthropologist of the Hopi culture

Sunday, November 6

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"We are like coral animals embedded in a technological reef of extruded psychic objects." -Terence McKenna

"We are like coral animals embedded in a technological reef of extruded psychic objects." -Terence McKenna

(via otafuu)

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hootahoot:

Winking Owl (by swhite99)

hootahoot:

Winking Owl (by swhite99)

Thursday, November 3

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Children’s alphabet book about San Francisco. 

Children’s alphabet book about San Francisco. 

Wednesday, November 2

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Home is wherever I’m with you.

Tuesday, November 1

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sfhaps:

by ygchan

Happy 3 years, San Francisco.

sfhaps:

by ygchan

Happy 3 years, San Francisco.

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Upper Haight, San Francisco  ♥

Upper Haight, San Francisco  

Monday, October 31

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“Any dictator would admire the uniformity and obedience of the U.S. media.”
Noam Chomsky (via ipauk)

Friday, October 28

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