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    "This is in my house. It's right behind me. No problem. I didn't need to sleep every again."

    A Tarasque, mythological dragon of Provence, France c. 1511


    Copenhagen Chansonnier, 1400s. Det Kongelige Bibliotek

    Two men dancing, one with a violin type instrument, the other holding a bird and brandishing a curved knife. Miniature. Spain, 1009. (and shoes!)

    Mike Giant

    Death of a Peanut

    "baba yaga" by maxim verehin

    keith thompson: the prophet

    Hostess of the Copper Hill, by Anton Semenov

    Soothsayer by *SOPossum

    Jacobello Alberegno - (Polyptych of the Apocalypse side panel / detail) "And on her forehead a name was written: Mystery, Babylon the great, the mother of harlots and the abomination of the earth." ca.1360-1390

    danskjavlarna: Symbolic forms from ancient religions, from The Gate Beautiful by John Ward Stimson, 1903.

    Heh heh heh heh m heh heh. Poop!

    Ass trumpets

    Ape sodomy

    Nom nom nom

    Sergey Udovichenko's tarot cards (ex libris)

    Gargouille Alien Chapelle de Bethléem, Saint-Jean-de-Boiseau, France Classed as a historical monument in 1911, restored in 1993 to 1995, the chapel has pinnacles where some of the chimeras are derived from newly created American film and culture of Japanese animation. photo © Loute


    An anthropophage or anthropophagus was a member of a mythical race of cannibals described first by Herodotus as androphagi ("man-eaters"), and later by other authors, including the William Shakespeare. In popular culture, the anthropophagus is sometimes depicted as a being without a head, but instead has their faces on the torso.

    In demonology, Orobas is a powerful Great Prince of Hell, having twenty legions of demons under his control. He supposedly gives true answers of things past, present and to come, divinity, and the creation of the world; he also confers dignities and prelacies, and the favour of friends and foes. Orobas is faithful to the conjurer, does not permit that any spirit tempts him, and never deceives anyone. He is depicted as a horse that changes into a man under the conjurer's request.

    Hobo nickel

    Ambroise Frédeau - The Blessed Guillaume de Toulouse Tormented by Demons. 1657