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20aliens:

Hasisi Park
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you pedal pedal push push

then spin spin spin

i like that sound

buzzing like a cicada


heyoitsmya:

me playing sports
oxane:

rock paper scissors by bethfromabove
apornstarsfuneral:

I love you. And your perfect delicious eyebrows.

omg
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thugmissus:

lennonade:

If you’re ever feeling sad just put on your favourite Beatles record and you’ll have four friends standing by your side.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Have a nice weekend!
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medical-mids:

Don’t leave home again if empathy takes energy
Cause everyone feels just like you

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MAYBE I SHOULD STOP DOING STUPID SHIT THEN MAYBE I WOULDNT BE SO PARANOID HAHAHA


slowlydyingcomic:

peek

russian-criminal-tattoos:

Satanic hand tattoos V

XX - The seal and symbols of Lucifer from Grimorium Verum [The Grimoire of Truth] a book of black magic from the 16th century. To be effective these symbols must be placed drawn in the magician’s blood on a piece of parchment that is kept on his person throughout the ritual service.

XXI - A variation on a symbol of Lucifer from Grimorium Verum.

XXII - A variation on a symbol of Lucifer from Grimorium Verum.

XXIII - A variation on a symbol of Lucifer from Grimorium Verum.

XXIV - The book of black magic by Pope Honorius contains figures and spells addressed to Satan. All the black magic rituals have to do with Satan, but those described in The Grimoire of Truth are by far the most vivid and numerous.

XXV - A sign meaning ‘Anarchy’.

XXVI - This symbol meant ‘peace’ in the anti-war movement of the 1960s. In occultism it is called a Neronic Cross, or The Broken Cross, and signifies the defeat of Christianity.

XXVII - A symbol of the Black Mass.

XXVIII - The upside-down pentagram can be interpreted as marking a gathering place for homosexual satanists.

Links to part I, II, III & IV

russian-criminal-tattoos:

The symbolic meaning of this tattoo is: 'I had everything but now I'm in captivity', or ‘I’ll get around the law; it’s not for me’.