dame-de-pique:Yerkes Observatory, Solar Eclipse, June 8, 1918 *bijoux-et-mineraux:  Rhodochrosite cast - N’Chwaning II Mine, Kuruman, North Cape Province, South Africascarletsocietate:Image: God Khephra - Egyptian scarabThe arts posted in this social profile are not directly related with our Society. Politics, sensationalism, homophobia and racism is completely contrary to the practice and teachings of the Fraternitatis S.’.S.’. and Thelema. Find us on: Tumblr | Official Website |Facebookboudhabar:  by Craig B.blackpaint20:  Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis  #magicheaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgboudhabar:Telmatactis cricoideshellonheelz93:HEALER - Heather Mcleanbijoux-et-mineraux:  Spessartine and Smoky Quartz - Tongbei, Yunxiao Co., Zhangzhou Perfecture, Fujian Province, Chinanemfrog:  Definitions. Smith’s Illustrated astronomy.  1849 ed.megarah-moon:  “Stag and Crows” by Michael RammellSunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worldsvelazquezchile:  // 2200Behance !! Instagram !! Facebookhushaby:Michael Reedy’s Bold New Mixed-Media Works in ‘Dear Future Self’ | Hi-Fructose Magazinecenchempics:  Beauty of Science: Sea creatures?You might thinkthese structures are sea creatures if you didn’t see the text in these images. Rather, they are the results of simple precipitation reactionsin which a drop of one solution was added to a Petri dish containing anothersolution. It’s no wonder that Stéphane Leduc, a Frenchscientist, thought that life could be related to simple chemical reactions suchas chemical gardens over 100 years ago. For more beautiful images ofprecipitation reactions and a fascinating film, please visit:https://www.envisioningchemistry.com/precipitation-4Credit: Wenting ZhuThis photoseries is reproduced with permission from Beauty of Science (http://www.beautyofscience.com/).Doscience. Take pictures. Win money. Enterour photo contest here.More Chemistry in Pictures:Life-likeprecipitationMimicking lifeLandscape in a column
bijoux-et-mineraux:  Rhodochrosite cast - N’Chwaning II Mine, Kuruman, North Cape Province, South Africatheprolific:“In ancient Roman religion and myth, Janus is the god of beginnings and transitions, also of gates, doors, passages, endings and time.”Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janusmthenelson:  Nangsgrandegyptianmuseum:   Two bracelets of Psusennes I Decorated with a winged scarab, holds the sun-disc in its front legs, and the shen-sign of infinity with its rear legs (gold, lapis-lazuli, carnelian and semi-precious stones), from the Tomb of Psusennes I at Tanis. Third Intermediate Period, 21st Dynasty, ca. 1069-945 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.heaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgfelixinclusis:kronogenesisheaveninawildflower:Star-Shaped Brooch with Intaglio ( Ottonian, circa 950–1000, setting),Byzantine intaglio ( 337–50 ).Star sapphire, pearls, gold.Image and text information courtesy The Met.bijoux-et-mineraux:  Spessartine and Smoky Quartz - Tongbei, Yunxiao Co., Zhangzhou Perfecture, Fujian Province, Chinamegarah-moon:  “Stag and Crows” by Michael RammellSunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worldscenchempics:Announcing the winners of the 2017 Chemistry in Pictures photo contest!Grand Prize: Alexis D. Ostrowski for “Crystal landscape”2nd place: Michael Evangelopoulos for “Attack of the immune cell!”3rd place: Yixin Liu for “Unburstable bubbles” Do science. Take pictures. Win money. Enter our photo contest here.chaosophia218:Characters of the Elemental Spirits: Fire, Water, Earth and Air, “Compendium Rarissimum Totius Artis Magicae Sistematisatae per Celeberrimos Artis Hujus Magistros” (Compendium of Magic and Demonology), 1775.cenchempics:  Beauty of Science: Sea creatures?You might thinkthese structures are sea creatures if you didn’t see the text in these images. Rather, they are the results of simple precipitation reactionsin which a drop of one solution was added to a Petri dish containing anothersolution. It’s no wonder that Stéphane Leduc, a Frenchscientist, thought that life could be related to simple chemical reactions suchas chemical gardens over 100 years ago. For more beautiful images ofprecipitation reactions and a fascinating film, please visit:https://www.envisioningchemistry.com/precipitation-4Credit: Wenting ZhuThis photoseries is reproduced with permission from Beauty of Science (http://www.beautyofscience.com/).Doscience. Take pictures. Win money. Enterour photo contest here.More Chemistry in Pictures:Life-likeprecipitationMimicking lifeLandscape in a column
texturesofether:   Barbara Takenagabijoux-et-mineraux:  Rhodochrosite cast - N’Chwaning II Mine, Kuruman, North Cape Province, South Africamooonjellies:   tarafrostickeitelbussheaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgheaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgboudhabar:Anemone Wallgrafurii:argyleplaids, stingularity11x11" handmade collage.www.etsy.com/shop/argyleplaidsbijoux-et-mineraux:  Spessartine and Smoky Quartz - Tongbei, Yunxiao Co., Zhangzhou Perfecture, Fujian Province, Chinatheancientwayoflife:~ Panel with a Griffin.Date: A.D. 1250–1300Geography: Made in Greece or the Balkans (possibly)Culture: ByzantineMedium: Marbleoccultophiliac:Check out my ETSY Shop:https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/Occultophiliacvelazquezchile:  // NEBULA INSTAGRAM __ FACEBOOKcenchempics:Announcing the winners of the 2017 Chemistry in Pictures photo contest!Grand Prize: Alexis D. Ostrowski for “Crystal landscape”2nd place: Michael Evangelopoulos for “Attack of the immune cell!”3rd place: Yixin Liu for “Unburstable bubbles” Do science. Take pictures. Win money. Enter our photo contest here.grandegyptianmuseum:Figure of goddess Bastet aka Gayer-Anderson cat (bronze and gold ornaments), from Saqqara. Late Period, 664-332 BC. Now in the British Museum.cenchempics:  Beauty of Science: Sea creatures?You might thinkthese structures are sea creatures if you didn’t see the text in these images. Rather, they are the results of simple precipitation reactionsin which a drop of one solution was added to a Petri dish containing anothersolution. It’s no wonder that Stéphane Leduc, a Frenchscientist, thought that life could be related to simple chemical reactions suchas chemical gardens over 100 years ago. For more beautiful images ofprecipitation reactions and a fascinating film, please visit:https://www.envisioningchemistry.com/precipitation-4Credit: Wenting ZhuThis photoseries is reproduced with permission from Beauty of Science (http://www.beautyofscience.com/).Doscience. Take pictures. Win money. Enterour photo contest here.More Chemistry in Pictures:Life-likeprecipitationMimicking lifeLandscape in a columnkaeruzumi:  Les combats de lombre.
texturesofether:   Barbara Takenagabijoux-et-mineraux:  Rhodochrosite cast - N’Chwaning II Mine, Kuruman, North Cape Province, South Africarussell-tomlin:  Almost Overluz-natural:  Need@srexpensiveheaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgheaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgcomicherald:The saviors of TChalla by Demboiifluidicon:Heartbeatwaltersartmuseum:Art of the Day: Rose Trellis Egg  On April 22, 1907, Tsar Nicholas II presented this egg to his wife, Alexandra Fedorovna, to commemorate the birth of the tsarevich, Alexei Nicholaievich, three years earlier. Because of the Russo-Japanese War in 1904, no Imperial Easter eggs had been produced for two years. The egg contained as a surprise a diamond necklace and an ivory miniature portrait of the tsarevich framed in diamonds (now lost). Fabergé’s invoice, dated April 21, 1907, listed the egg at 8,300 rubles. Learn more about this object in our art site: http://bit.ly/2H0gzXRbijoux-et-mineraux:Fluorite - Summit Cleft, Weisseck, South Slope, Salzburg, Austriavelazquezchile:  // NEBULA INSTAGRAM __ FACEBOOKcenchempics:Announcing the winners of the 2017 Chemistry in Pictures photo contest!Grand Prize: Alexis D. Ostrowski for “Crystal landscape”2nd place: Michael Evangelopoulos for “Attack of the immune cell!”3rd place: Yixin Liu for “Unburstable bubbles” Do science. Take pictures. Win money. Enter our photo contest here.velazquezchile:  //EXPOSUREINSTRAGRAM — FACEBOOKcenchempics:  Beauty of Science: Sea creatures?You might thinkthese structures are sea creatures if you didn’t see the text in these images. Rather, they are the results of simple precipitation reactionsin which a drop of one solution was added to a Petri dish containing anothersolution. It’s no wonder that Stéphane Leduc, a Frenchscientist, thought that life could be related to simple chemical reactions suchas chemical gardens over 100 years ago. For more beautiful images ofprecipitation reactions and a fascinating film, please visit:https://www.envisioningchemistry.com/precipitation-4Credit: Wenting ZhuThis photoseries is reproduced with permission from Beauty of Science (http://www.beautyofscience.com/).Doscience. Take pictures. Win money. Enterour photo contest here.More Chemistry in Pictures:Life-likeprecipitationMimicking lifeLandscape in a column
infinity-imagined:Microtubules radiating from the Centriole of a Eukaryotic Cell.ronulicny:“Cycle 2, Version 3”, c. 2008  By: SOPHEAP PICH….hematitehearts:  Sulfur Crystals on Sulfur MatrixSize: 7 x 4.5 x 3.5 inchesLocality: Agrigento Province, Sicily, Italyheaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgheaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgnarikkaphoto:  - EX NIHILO NIHIL FIT - https://www.facebook.com/narikkaphoto/https://www.instagram.com/narikkaphoto/nevver:Night and Day, Marc Rimmermedievalautumn:by Hans Burgkmair the Elderbijoux-et-mineraux:Fluorite - Summit Cleft, Weisseck, South Slope, Salzburg, Austriavelazquezchile:  // NEBULA INSTAGRAM __ FACEBOOKlabphoto:  Crystals of a recently prepared compound.I’ve been preparing this compound for more than a month for now. It was purified and it gave 99% pure product and surprisingly it crystallized upon standing. According to the literature this compound was described everywhere as an oil, so it was quite a good moment when the above seen crystals appeared at the bottom of the flask.cenchempics:  Beauty of Science: Sea creatures?You might thinkthese structures are sea creatures if you didn’t see the text in these images. Rather, they are the results of simple precipitation reactionsin which a drop of one solution was added to a Petri dish containing anothersolution. It’s no wonder that Stéphane Leduc, a Frenchscientist, thought that life could be related to simple chemical reactions suchas chemical gardens over 100 years ago. For more beautiful images ofprecipitation reactions and a fascinating film, please visit:https://www.envisioningchemistry.com/precipitation-4Credit: Wenting ZhuThis photoseries is reproduced with permission from Beauty of Science (http://www.beautyofscience.com/).Doscience. Take pictures. Win money. Enterour photo contest here.More Chemistry in Pictures:Life-likeprecipitationMimicking lifeLandscape in a column
the-met-art:  Disk Brooch, Medieval ArtMedium: Gold, filigree, garnets, blue glass; copper alloy supportGift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NYhttp://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/464832scarletsocietate:Image: God Khephra - Egyptian scarabThe arts posted in this social profile are not directly related with our Society. Politics, sensationalism, homophobia and racism is completely contrary to the practice and teachings of the Fraternitatis S.’.S.’. and Thelema. Find us on: Tumblr | Official Website |Facebookmet-egyptian-art:  Scarab, Egyptian ArtMedium: SteatiteGift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1905Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NYhttp://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/569424heaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgheaveninawildflower:Spring flowers taken from ‘Album van Eeden’ (1872).Published by de Erven Loosjes, Haarlem Publishers.  Missouri Botanical Garden. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/permissionsarchive.orgboudhabar:by Michelle Honeynevver:Night and Day, Marc Rimmerheaveninawildflower:  Haemanthus coccineus (Blood Lily, Paint Brush, April Fool). Taken from ‘Les Liliacées’ ( 1805 - 1816 ) by Pierre Joseph Redouté (1759-1840 ).Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital Collection.Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worldsvelazquezchile:  // NEBULA INSTAGRAM __ FACEBOOKlabphoto:  Crystals of a recently prepared compound.I’ve been preparing this compound for more than a month for now. It was purified and it gave 99% pure product and surprisingly it crystallized upon standing. According to the literature this compound was described everywhere as an oil, so it was quite a good moment when the above seen crystals appeared at the bottom of the flask.cenchempics:  Beauty of Science: Sea creatures?You might thinkthese structures are sea creatures if you didn’t see the text in these images. Rather, they are the results of simple precipitation reactionsin which a drop of one solution was added to a Petri dish containing anothersolution. It’s no wonder that Stéphane Leduc, a Frenchscientist, thought that life could be related to simple chemical reactions suchas chemical gardens over 100 years ago. For more beautiful images ofprecipitation reactions and a fascinating film, please visit:https://www.envisioningchemistry.com/precipitation-4Credit: Wenting ZhuThis photoseries is reproduced with permission from Beauty of Science (http://www.beautyofscience.com/).Doscience. Take pictures. Win money. Enterour photo contest here.More Chemistry in Pictures:Life-likeprecipitationMimicking lifeLandscape in a columnesotericmiscellanea:  Fraternitas Saturni Emblem The “Brotherhood of Saturn” was a magical order founded on easter 1928 in Belin, Germany. It was formed in response to rejecting Aleister Crowley claims to be the Outer Head of Ordo Templi Orientis. The Fraternitas Saturni accepted the Book of Law but did not answer to Crowley.