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Some of the coolest images I have ever seen. - Imgur

Some of the coolest images I have ever seen.

Skills are assumed shamans, among other things, extra sensory perception; variable psychic powers following the traditions and individuality of the shaman (telepathy, prescience, vision at great distances, divinatioon), it connects the world of the dead, beyond, to the living through a series of personal transformation sometimes by the use of psychotropic substances, guided by an older shaman, according to a master disciple relationship.

Skills are assumed shamans, among other things, extra sensory perception; variable psychic powers following the traditions and individuality of the shaman (telepathy, prescience, vision at great distances, divinatioon), it connects the world of the dead, beyond, to the living through a series of personal transformation sometimes by the use of psychotropic substances, guided by an older shaman, according to a master disciple relationship.

What would the world’s cities look like after the apocalypse? Belgian digital artist Jonas De Ro paints his vision of the end of the world.

What would the world’s cities look like after the apocalypse? Belgian digital artist Jonas De Ro paints his vision of the end of the world.

La puerta de Sahaqiel por Peter Mohrbacher.

The Gate of Sahaqiel

“Balance” Behind the seventh valley, the twins. Symbol of perfect balance.

“Balance” Behind the seventh valley, the twins. Symbol of perfect balance.

This is amazing, I could do this once I become skilled enough to make decent art on SAI

This is amazing, I could do this once I become skilled enough to make decent art on SAI

From the legend of the giant who fell in love with the moon. He knelt and cried tears of joy at the very sight of her. Yet every morning they turned to bitter weeping that she had gone. So he climbed the highest mountain he could find so that he could watch her longer. For years he knelt and wept until the mountain, in despair over his grief, turned him into stone. Yet you can still see his flow of tears.

From the legend of the giant who fell in love with the moon. He knelt and cried tears of joy at the very sight of her. Yet every morning they turned to bitter weeping that she had gone. So he climbed the highest mountain he could find so that he could watch her longer. For years he knelt and wept until the mountain, in despair over his grief, turned him into stone. Yet you can still see his flow of tears.

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