kara, 21 winters.
im all alone, i smoke my friends down to the filter

One of four variations of The Nightmare by John Henry Fuseli,1790-1791

The Blue Arch of a Mosque in Esfahan
Photo and caption by Tandis Khodadadian (Woodland Hills, CA); Photographed April 2013, Esfahan, Iran

Eruption of Vesuvius, 1823, Johan Christian Dahl

Grýla.Grýla was not directly linked to Christmas until the 17th century. By that time she had become the mother of the Yule Lads.She has the ability to detect children who are misbehaving year-round. During Christmas time, she comes from the mountains to search nearby towns for her meal. She leaves her cave and hunts for the children. She devours children as her favorite snack. Her favorite dish is a stew of naughty kids and she had an insatiable appetite. According to legends, there was never a shortage of food for Gryla.According to folklore Grýla has been married three times. Her third husband Leppalúði is said to be living with her in their cave in the Dimmuborgir lava fields, with the big black Yule Cat and their sons. As Christmas approaches, Grýla sets off looking for naughty boys and girls. The Grýla legend has appeared in many stories, poems, songs and plays in Iceland.

Hastur the Unspeakable by nightserpent

La Regina dei Miei Morti Sogni References for this image can be found on my DA page: http://lentescura.deviantart.com/


You know you’re doing something right when people ask you “Do you like worship the devil or something??”

The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think.

— ― Horace Walpole (via psych-quotes)