— Pier Paolo Pasolini. “Sono Contro l’Aborto,” Corriere della Sera (Milan, January 19, 1975). (via konkretpolitik)
The Fountain of Saturn, 1912, Baron Adolph de Meyer
Until it grew so wide
That all my Life had entered it…"
"Far, far from land"
Kristen McMenamy by Tim Walker for W December/January 2013/2014
in the medieval iconography of the devil, he was often depicted with faces all over his body to emphasize how counter to nature he was.
Of witchcraft and infanticide
A circle of demons and witches, from Nathaniel Crouch, The Kingdom of Darkness, 1688.
Shadow Sites II (film extract) by Jananne Al-Ani
Man wasn’t made until around half-past five on the sixth day, so he can’t know how anything was done. Kingdoms crushed and crumbled whilst man went gazing up into the sky and down into the hollows of the earth trying to catch God working with His hands so he could find out His secrets and learn how to accomplish and do. But no man has yet seen God’s hand, nor yet His finger-nails. All they could know was that God made everything to pass and perish except stones. God made stones for memory. He builds a mountain Himself when He wants things not forgot.
Zora Neale Hurston (from Mules and Men, “Part II: Hoodoo”)