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Andrea de Pascalis, The Alchemist who has Achieved Illumination. The Golden Art.

Andrea de Pascalis, The Alchemist who has Achieved Illumination. The Golden Art.

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Believe me, the secret to reaping the greatest fruitfulness and the greatest enjoyment from existence is to live dangerously! Build your cities by Vesuvius! Send your ships into unexplored seas! Live at war with your fellows and with yourselves! Be robbers and conquerors, as long as you cannot be rulers and possessors, you knowing ones! The time is nearly gone when it could be enough for you to live hidden in the woods like a shy deer! At last knowledge will reach out its hand for what is due to it - it will want to rule and possess, and you will too, along with it! Nietzsche, Gay Science

Algunas.

"Even now there’s something
To be proud about”

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Hirai Terushichi (平井 輝七), Life, 1938.
quisiera esta pieza para mi cuarto.

Hirai Terushichi (平井 輝七), Life, 1938.

quisiera esta pieza para mi cuarto.

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Radio Hats

Radio Hats

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I am one of the few honest people that I have ever known.  F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
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The Black Marble Clock, 1870 
Paul Cezanne

The Black Marble Clock, 1870 

Paul Cezanne

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Georgio de Chirico, The Great Metaphysician, 1917.

Georgio de Chirico, The Great Metaphysician, 1917.

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todayinhistory:

July 28th 1794: Robespierre et al. executed

On this day in 1794, Maximilien Robespierre, Louis Antoine de Saint-Just, Georges Couthon and many of their peers were executed by guillotine in Paris. Robespierre, Saint-Just and Couthon were leading figures in the French Revolution and were radical Jacobins. They served on the Committee of Public Safety, which ruled France during the bloody ‘Reign of Terror’ which saw mass violence and executions of ‘enemies of the revolution’. There was a coup against the Committee on July 27th 1794, which prompted a reactionary movement against the bloody policies of the Reign of Terror. For their role in the violence, Robespierre, Saint-Just and Couthon were executed.