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jessicaroux:  “Illustrations for Aquila Magazine, for their October issue, Bones. The article focused on osteoarchaeology, so the main image shows some different archaeological tools, findings, and shows the differences between a typical male skull...

jessicaroux: “Illustrations for Aquila Magazine, for their October issue, Bones. The article focused on osteoarchaeology, so the main image shows some different archaeological tools, findings, and shows the differences between a typical male skull...

Detail of a miniature of the Three Dead from the the 'De Lisle Psalter',  England (London?), c. 1308-c. 1340, Arundel MS 83, f. 127r

Detail of a miniature of the Three Dead from the the 'De Lisle Psalter', England (London?), c. 1308-c. 1340, Arundel MS 83, f. 127r

8 Things No Halloween Tablescape Is Complete Without

If there's ever a time to indulge your wildest imagination, it's Halloween. Don't be afraid to fill your table with nightmarish things that go "bump" in the night, and decorate in a palette that's gone to the dark side. Just be sure your decor

No contmplating pain, labels, struggle, abandonment, rape, vunerableness, darkness, light, air, swatting, pounding,

No contmplating pain, labels, struggle, abandonment, rape, vunerableness, darkness, light, air, swatting, pounding,

Skull of Joan Wytte, born 1775 in Bodmin, Cornwall. Called the “Fighting Fairy Woman” or “Wytte Witch”, people would seek her services as a seer, diviner, and healer. She died at 38 of pneumonia and her bones were later disinterred and used for séances and various pranks, then later displayed at the Witchcraft Museum in Boscastle, Cornwall. She was reburied in 1998 after a witch advised the museum Joan’s unsettled spirit was behind poltergeist activity in the museum.

Skull of Joan Wytte, born 1775 in Bodmin, Cornwall. Called the “Fighting Fairy Woman” or “Wytte Witch”, people would seek her services as a seer, diviner, and healer. She died at 38 of pneumonia and her bones were later disinterred and used for séances and various pranks, then later displayed at the Witchcraft Museum in Boscastle, Cornwall. She was reburied in 1998 after a witch advised the museum Joan’s unsettled spirit was behind poltergeist activity in the museum.

Janet Olenik: "Cempazuchitl" - acrylic on birch board, - SOLD

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