“And when we introduce an intention in the fertile ground of pure potentiality, we put this infinite organizing power to work for us.” - Deepak Chopra We are all familiar with the ancient practice of witchcraft; either through the history books of folk religion and paganism, or through the nega
Jeff Nishinaka’s paper dragons. I often feel that Chinese "dragons" are overrepresented -- that the long does not get mentioned in Chinese folk religion and lore anywhere near as often as it does in western projections of Chinese lore -- but this papercraft image is just so damn cool.
獓因 （ao yin). An ancient humanoid monster with a very long tongue. It likes to eat human brains. Its hands are like claws. It dresses in rags and burnt clothing; it kills people by dropping rocks on them from a height.