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Ferte In Noctem Anima Meam

Ferte In Noctem Anima Meam

Way of self; moving through the world unseen in plain sight, becoming the all but not one in-dividual = miss understood as She Walks Through it all ~S-a-bell that chimes in dark forest to find the ones who listen within..

Way of self; moving through the world unseen in plain sight, becoming the all but not one in-dividual = miss understood as She Walks Through it all ~S-a-bell that chimes in dark forest to find the ones who listen within..

ominousraincloud:365#150 | By Pablo Castro Fernández

ominousraincloud:365#150 | By Pablo Castro Fernández

The Black Hat Society

The Black Hat Society

"Let the harvest begin!"- Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest

"Let the harvest begin!"- Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest

http://silence-in-the-library.tumblr.com/post/58092175010

http://silence-in-the-library.tumblr.com/post/58092175010

The Widow roamed & moaned near the grave of her Groom deep in the Lamenter's Forest. She sustained herself by consuming the occasional, unsuspecting Tourist.

The Widow roamed & moaned near the grave of her Groom deep in the Lamenter's Forest. She sustained herself by consuming the occasional, unsuspecting Tourist.

Dolly Macabre — narabean: The Three Norns by SheWalksInSilence

Dolly Macabre — narabean: The Three Norns by SheWalksInSilence

aries witch aesthetic (requested) more here // request here

aries witch aesthetic (requested) more here // request here

"Silence is the source of everything. It is the source of music and it is music itself. Silence is the deepest, most satisfying music of the Supreme. Silence is like a stream that goes to one place and becomes a river, or to another place and becomes a brook, or to the sea where it is totally expanded." ~ Sri Chinmoy

"Silence is the source of everything. It is the source of music and it is music itself. Silence is the deepest, most satisfying music of the Supreme. Silence is like a stream that goes to one place and becomes a river, or to another place and becomes a brook, or to the sea where it is totally expanded." ~ Sri Chinmoy