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John Everett.  Gulf of Mexico

Gulf of Mexico from the ‘Birkdale’ / John Everett

alchemical drawings by Nicolas Flamel (1330?-1418)  - National Library of France    http://www.bnf.fr/fr/acc/x.accueil.html

'The Fair Flower on the Mountain', allegorical illustration showing chimerae representing alchemical processes reputedly written and illuminated by Nicolas Flamel (vellum)

monsieurwilde: “ Augustus Friedrich Albrecht Schenck - Anguish Oil on canvas, 1880 ”

Isabella & the Moon ~ David Joaquin

Isabella and the Moon by David Joaquin - Watercolor Paper Print, Giclee, Isabella

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Clavis Artis is the title of a manuscript of alchemy published in Germany in the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century and is attributed to the Persian Zoroaster. The work is in three volumes of medium size, the text is in Gothic script cursive German and is accompanied by numerous illustrations in watercolor depicting alchemical images. There are also some pen drawings depicting laboratory instruments. Learn More

Clavis Artis is the title of a manuscript of alchemy published in Germany in the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century and is attributed to the Persian Zoroaster. The work is in three volumes.

Girls check out those boots! The Heures de Charles d'Angoulême is a book of hours commissioned in the late 15th century by Charles, Count of Angoulême, father of king Francis I of France. It is now in the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris, under the number Latin 1173.

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Latin two initials from f. France, surreal letter creation medieval manuscript art painting initial letters from people and birds

Moretto da Brescia (Alessandro Bonvicino) Italian, c. 1492/95–1554 - Portrait of a Young Woman as Mary Magdalene, 1540/50

Moretto da Brescia (Alessandro Bonvicino) Italian, c. - Portrait of a Young Woman as Mary Magdalen,

Five of Cups P13 Sometimes, the reversed Five of Cups indicates a feeling of being trapped in the past, holding on too tightly to the might-have-beens, and not being able to focus on the positive. The reversal could also indicate buried feelings of regret, that you are not allowing to surface and therefore they never get dealt with and brought to closure. Five is also the number of change and indicates an emotional destabilisation that is intended to create change in how you approach your…

Five of Cups Sometimes, the reversed Five of Cups indicates a feeling of…

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