BonesOfTheEarth

BonesOfTheEarth Reality challenged 20-something gay aspie art student from Scotland.
Making art, listening to experimental folk music, neglecting my hair, body mods, cult activities etc..
I drink lots of tea and am maybe too fond of charity shop trinkets and also fungi.
This is just a blog-thing for all the odd creatures out there just trying to find some calm in the chaos. Talk to me etc.!

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chiefdude:

sigurrossgeller:

shinyumbre0n:

PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS.

This Thursday, Scotland votes for its independence.

The BBC is trying to report that Yes to Independence is losing. They’re using photos to imply our gatherings are tiny and insignificant instead of the many photos like those above. They’re reporting that an anti-independence march by the Orange Order (think the KKK with more British flags) was a peaceful pro-union family march. They have been caught editing clips to discredit our First Minister.

There is a protest outside BBC headquarters right now. They are claiming there are a maximum of 350 protesters.

Watch for yourself. There are far more people outside their offices right now and they are being ignored and misreported.

We need to be seen. The only way we’ve been able to disseminate accurate information has been through social media. The media we rely on to spread unbiased information is lying to us, trying to suppress us.

PLEASE SHARE. PLEASE TALK ABOUT THIS. WE NEED OUR VOICES TO BE HEARD.

Bloody hell, wasn’t expecting to see EDL Abdul in there. Can never get my head around that guy.

PLEEEEEEAAAASSEE

It’s now people, spread this like wildfire

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"If you remember about 11/9, don’t forget about 175,000 Afghan and over 500,000 Iraqi people killed by America and 10,000 Palestinians killed by Israeli genocide."

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me, 11/9/14 (via oriental-sunrise)

woman-unkind:

Stevie Nicks.

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woman-unkind:

Stevie Nicks.

design-is-fine:

Lienhard Miller, sundial, 1620. Ivory. Germany ©LHH 

Diptych dials became popular during the 16th and 17th centuries. They were used as portable timepieces. The sun was used for telling time during the day, and the moon at night. Miller was a famous instrument maker who worked in Nuremberg. Not all sundials were signed, but many bore punchmarks of the makers, in this case a fleur-de-lys. Source

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design-is-fine:

Lienhard Miller, sundial, 1620. Ivory. Germany ©LHH 

Diptych dials became popular during the 16th and 17th centuries. They were used as portable timepieces. The sun was used for telling time during the day, and the moon at night. Miller was a famous instrument maker who worked in Nuremberg. Not all sundials were signed, but many bore punchmarks of the makers, in this case a fleur-de-lys. Source

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wallacegardens:

Pressed Flowers. The oldest, dated collection of plants at the Swedish Museum of Natural History, Arborum, fruticum et herbarum flores et folia in insula Gothlandia collecta annis (1701-02), by Antonius Christophori Münchenberg.

The flowers for the Herbarium were collected from 1699 to 1702, and contain 300 native and cultivated plant species from the island of Gotland, an island province of Sweden. 

spiritual-shanti:
Tree skin

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spiritual-shanti:

Tree skin

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