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Alice and Wonderland

Alice and Wonderland

Printable Alice in Wonderland Tags by VectoriaDesigns on DeviantArt

Printable Alice in Wonderland Tags by VectoriaDesigns on DeviantArt

Magic Steampunk Apothecary Labels - an inspiring collection of different steampunk bottle and jar labels for Halloween. Put them on regular

Magic Steampunk Apothecary Labels - an inspiring collection of different steampunk bottle and jar labels for Halloween. Put them on regular

Альбом пользователя oks-anka: Кулон Здесь должно быть название

Альбом пользователя oks-anka: Кулон Здесь должно быть название

Pagan Gods made into cartoons for children amd unsuspecting parents to participate in idol worship/satanism

Pagan Gods made into cartoons for children amd unsuspecting parents to participate in idol worship/satanism

The Cadeusus / The Tree of Life. According to Walter Friedlander, in The Golden Wand of Medicine: A History of the Caduceus Symbol in Medicine, this connection can be traced back to 1902, when the U.S. Army adopted the caduceus as the insignia of its Medical Corps, which had previously used the cross.

The Cadeusus / The Tree of Life. According to Walter Friedlander, in The Golden Wand of Medicine: A History of the Caduceus Symbol in Medicine, this connection can be traced back to 1902, when the U.S. Army adopted the caduceus as the insignia of its Medical Corps, which had previously used the cross.

Degrees

Degrees

Double-Headed Eagle (The end product of the Magnum Opus). See also: Rebis in Alchemy, the divine Hermaphroditus (child of Hermes (Intellect) and Aphrodite (Feeling)), Ardanarishvara (androgynous form of Shiva merged with Parvati). // J. Augustus Knapp (1853-1938); from "The Secret Teachings of All Ages" by Manly P. Hall (1928).

Double-Headed Eagle (The end product of the Magnum Opus). See also: Rebis in Alchemy, the divine Hermaphroditus (child of Hermes (Intellect) and Aphrodite (Feeling)), Ardanarishvara (androgynous form of Shiva merged with Parvati). // J. Augustus Knapp (1853-1938); from "The Secret Teachings of All Ages" by Manly P. Hall (1928).