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ifoundmyselfinlovewiththeworld:

A Double Portrait of the Fullerton Sisters by Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830)

ifoundmyselfinlovewiththeworld:

A Double Portrait of the Fullerton Sisters by Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830)


hyperb0rean:

Romy Schneider as Sissi, in Luchino Visconti's movie LUDWIG (1972)

hyperb0rean:

Romy Schneider as Sissi, in Luchino Visconti's movie LUDWIG (1972)




Marilyn Monroe by Eve Arnold on the set of The Misfits, 1960.

Marilyn Monroe by Eve Arnold on the set of The Misfits, 1960.


//Dark and Magical Beings//

Furies -

In Greek and Roman mythology, the Furies were female spirits of justice and vengeance. They were also called the Erinyes (angry ones). Known especially for pursuing people who had murdered family members, the Furies punished their victims by driving them mad. When not punishing wrongdoers on earth, they lived in the underworldand tortured the damned.

According to some stories, the Furies were sisters born from the blood of Uranus, the primevalgod of the sky, when he was wounded by his son Cronus*. In other stories, they were the children of Nyx (night). In either case, their primeval origin set them apart from the other deitiesof the Greek and Roman pantheons.

Most tales mention three Furies: Allecto (endless), Tisiphone (punishment), and Megaera (jealous rage). Usually imagined as monstrous, foul-smelling hags, the sisters had bats’ wings, coal-black skin, and hair entwined with serpents. They carried torches, whips, and cups of venom with which to torment wrongdoers. The Furies could also appear as storm clouds or swarms of insects.


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sansaspark:

an endless list of magical things

girls made from stardust and moonshine


lovesharontate:

Sharon Tate on the set of The Wrecking Crew (1968)

lovesharontate:

Sharon Tate on the set of The Wrecking Crew (1968)