vesselcodex:

Woman Leaving the Psychoanalyst. (Remedios Varo.)//

vesselcodex:

Woman Leaving the Psychoanalyst. (Remedios Varo.)//

Drinking Buddies (2013)

That’s the problem with heartbreak, to you it’s like an atomic bomb and to the rest of the world it’s just really cliche, because in the end we all have the same experience.

A wise man once said that war was coming to this island. I think it just got here.

little-pauline:

little-pauline:

MYTHOLOGY MEME: Dionysus, Greek Mythology. 
Dionysus, also commonly known by his Roman name Bacchus, appears to be a god who has two distinct origins. On the one hand, Dionysus was the god of wine, agriculture, and fertility of nature, who is also the patron god of the Greek stage. On the other hand, Dionysus also represents the outstanding features of mystery religions, such as those practiced at Eleusis: ecstasy, personal delivery from the daily world through physical or spiritual intoxication, and initiation into secret rites. Scholars have long suspected that the god known as Dionysus is in fact a fusion of a local Greek nature god, and another more potent god imported rather late in Greek pre-history from Phrygia (the central area of modern day Turkey) or Thrace.
He was depicted as either an older bearded god or a pretty effeminate, long-haired youth. His attributes included the thyrsos, drinking cup, leopard and fruiting vine. His thyrsus is sometimes wound with ivy and dripping with honey. It is a beneficent wand but also a weapon, and can be used to destroy those who oppose his cult and the freedoms he represents.


The festival for Dionysus is in the spring when the leaves begin to reappear on the vine. It became one of the most important events of the year. It’s focus became the theater. Most of the great greek plays were initially written to be performed at the feast of Dionysus. All who took part writers, actors, spectators were regarded as sacred servants of Dionysus during the festival.

little-pauline:

little-pauline:

MYTHOLOGY MEME: Dionysus, Greek Mythology. 

Dionysus, also commonly known by his Roman name Bacchus, appears to be a god who has two distinct origins. On the one hand, Dionysus was the god of wine, agriculture, and fertility of nature, who is also the patron god of the Greek stage. On the other hand, Dionysus also represents the outstanding features of mystery religions, such as those practiced at Eleusis: ecstasy, personal delivery from the daily world through physical or spiritual intoxication, and initiation into secret rites. Scholars have long suspected that the god known as Dionysus is in fact a fusion of a local Greek nature god, and another more potent god imported rather late in Greek pre-history from Phrygia (the central area of modern day Turkey) or Thrace.

He was depicted as either an older bearded god or a pretty effeminate, long-haired youth. His attributes included the thyrsos, drinking cup, leopard and fruiting vine. His thyrsus is sometimes wound with ivy and dripping with honey. It is a beneficent wand but also a weapon, and can be used to destroy those who oppose his cult and the freedoms he represents.

The festival for Dionysus is in the spring when the leaves begin to reappear on the vine. It became one of the most important events of the year. It’s focus became the theater. Most of the great greek plays were initially written to be performed at the feast of Dionysus. All who took part writers, actors, spectators were regarded as sacred servants of Dionysus during the festival.
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