Paper_Planes #_#

miami younging living it up so holla at me to see whats up.
hierophage:

Untitled painting (c. 1920–1933) by JPF channeled through artist/medium Ethel le Rossignol depicting “the Sphere of the Spirit.” This is one of a series of forty-four of le Rossignol’s received “A Goodly Company” communications.
“This sequence of designs is shown to open the eyes of all men to the glorious world of spiritual power which lies about them.”
Now on display at
 The Horse Hospital Colonnade, Bloomsbury London WC1N 1JD

hierophage:

Untitled painting (c. 1920–1933) by JPF channeled through artist/medium Ethel le Rossignol depicting “the Sphere of the Spirit.” This is one of a series of forty-four of le Rossignol’s received “A Goodly Company” communications.

“This sequence of designs is shown to open the eyes of all men to the glorious world of spiritual power which lies about them.”

Now on display at


The Horse Hospital
Colonnade, Bloomsbury
London WC1N 1JD

(via loafyn)

k-holed:

hooping at infrasound music festival

k-holed:

hooping at infrasound music festival

darksideoftheshroom:

hippist:

ill go to sleep thinking about this

i like to believe animals could very well be as intelligent or more than we are, because animals don’t build destructive, corrupt societies revolving around imaginary currency..they don’t kill each other over materialistic things and they don’t go to war. they just ARE. they survive, they care for their own, sometimes they care for each other. and they love unconditionally. 

darksideoftheshroom:

hippist:

ill go to sleep thinking about this

i like to believe animals could very well be as intelligent or more than we are, because animals don’t build destructive, corrupt societies revolving around imaginary currency..they don’t kill each other over materialistic things and they don’t go to war. they just ARE. they survive, they care for their own, sometimes they care for each other. and they love unconditionally. 

(Source: aacidcloudd, via tinypixiekitten)