Quote 18 Oct 162 notes
There’s a kind of gap between what I think is real and what’s really real , I get this feeling like some kind of little something other is there somewhere inside me…..like a burglar is in the house hiding in a closet …and it comes out every once in a while and messes up whatever order or logic I’ve established the way a magnet can make a machine go crazy
— Haruki Murakami, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (via maza-dohta)
Photo 18 Oct 29,101 notes

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Quote 18 Oct 6,018 notes
Dark sides are important. They should be nurtured like nasty black orchids.
— Gillian Flynn (via rabbitinthemoon)
Photo 18 Oct 8,732 notes

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Video 18 Oct

Here the Hallowed Haunts from SpecterSam on 8tracks Radio.

Mixtape: Here the Hallowed Haunts

・゚Heavy-frequency spirit vibes for house witches and atmospheric specters・゚

1. BLACKHEART (ft FIFTY GRAND) - MISOGI
2. †he Neighbφurhood - Swea†er Wea†her (Jφhny†iger RΞΜΙΧ)
3. Fate - Fraunhofer Diffraction
4. Ghost Town - DJ Shadow
5. BL▲CK † CEILING - Legend
6. Child I Will Hurt You - Crystal Castles [SIDEWALKS AND SKELETONS REMIX]
7. Concrete (ft Cartography) [Resonata Remix] - Fort Road
8. Hell Tonight - spacecampbeats
9. SM33LS LXKE T33N SPXRXT - NXRVXNX
10. BATTY’S THEME- Lorn
11. Ukey Black 
[pearl white rework] - fifty grand
12. 
℉Ṳ☾ḲẎѺṲ - D▲RK PYR▲MID
13. FUTURE GHOSTS - SIDEWALKS AND SKELETONS
14. ego - spiritform
15. 
Δlien MΔgic - D▲RK PYR▲MID
16.
Selfish精神利己 - FINDSERENE
17.
Fresh Widow [SIDEWALKS AND SKELETONS remix] - HŮMΔN ŦRΔFFIC
18. Weekly Waves 1 - Calsifer
19. Haunted - spacecamp beats
20. GHOSTTOWN (MISOGI X CIGHT remix) - JUNG LEAN
21. trvst me, yr better off alone -
CΘVΞN

 img remixed: x

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Quote 11 Oct 706 notes
In the wake of the modern decoupling of monstrosity from appearance, the monster can be anyone and anywhere, and we only know it when it springs upon us or emerges from within us.
— Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, “Invisible Monsters: Vision, Horror, and Contemporary Culture” (via elucipher)

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Photo 2 Aug 422 notes kafkasapartment:

Fish Magic, 1925. Paul Klee. Oil and watercolor on canvas on panel

kafkasapartment:

Fish Magic, 1925. Paul Klee. Oil and watercolor on canvas on panel

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Video 2 Aug 62 notes

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Quote 2 Aug 1,175 notes
Before you touched me,
I was a cage full of
wild things.

My mother used to say,

‘be wary of wolves,
they can smell
the beds of lambs
from miles away.’

so every night
I would sleep naked
and wake up smelling of the moon,
for my mother never knew,
that it is not the wolf
who sleeps with the lamb,
it is the lamb who must first learn
how to run with the wolves.

What I’m trying to say is,
I always wondered
what hell would feel like.
I just never imagined
that I would love it
so goddamn much.
—  Pavana पवन (via maza-dohta)
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Quote 28 Jul 4,206 notes
Each day, we wake slightly altered, and the person we were yesterday is dead. So why, one could say, be afraid of death, when death comes all the time?
— John Updike, Self-Consciousness (via larmoyante)
Photo 27 Jul 50 notes olgachik:

Francisco Pons Arnau (Spanish, 1886 - 1953)

olgachik:

Francisco Pons Arnau (Spanish, 1886 - 1953)

via Airopaidia.
Text 27 Jul 9 notes

awildofnothing tagged me in this book list post, and I had so much fun reading her responses that I wanted to reply! 

Rules: In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that mean something to you. Tag ten friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them.

So, after not-too-much thought here is a collection of a few of the written works (serious and fun) that have stuck with me on some level since reading them:

1. The Grapes of Wrath— John Steinbeck
2. The Short Stories of Ernest Hemmingway
3. The Essential Rumi
4. Thirteen Stories— Eudora Welty
5. Paris Spleen— Charles Baudelaire
6. The Cripple of Inishmaan— Martin McDonagh
7. As I Lay Dying— William Faulkner
8. Rainer Maria Rilke Selected Poems
9. Arcadia— Tom Stoppard
10. White Noise— Don DeLillo

Bonus round:

11. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
12. Coraline— Neil Gaiman
13. A Series of Unfortunate Events— Lemony Snicket (Daniel Handler)

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