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doktorspelunk:

Discordian Futhark
The Discordian Futhark is a five character Alphabet of Desire, focused specifically on chaos and it’s aspects (or chaotic aspects of other things). It is a means in which one can focus their will and “roll the apple” at a (perhaps not so) specific target. Of course one is free to come up with their own (naturally), but here is my own system, taking the four letters from the name Eris, and one character representing Chaos. Here are my own silly categorizations for them. Please ignore it.

doktorspelunk:

Discordian Futhark

The Discordian Futhark is a five character Alphabet of Desire, focused specifically on chaos and it’s aspects (or chaotic aspects of other things). It is a means in which one can focus their will and “roll the apple” at a (perhaps not so) specific target. Of course one is free to come up with their own (naturally), but here is my own system, taking the four letters from the name Eris, and one character representing Chaos. Here are my own silly categorizations for them. Please ignore it.

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ancientpeoples:

Gold and silver mirror
The mirror is made from polished silver and the handle is made from gold, and in the shape of the goddess Hathor. She is the goddess of beauty and sexuality and can be shown in the form of a woman with cow’s ears. It is 29.3cm high (11 9/16 inch.)
Found in Upper Egypt, Thebes, Wadi D, Tomb of the 3 foreign wives. 
Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, reign of Thutmose III, 1479-1425BC
Source: Metropolitan Museum

ancientpeoples:

Gold and silver mirror

The mirror is made from polished silver and the handle is made from gold, and in the shape of the goddess Hathor. She is the goddess of beauty and sexuality and can be shown in the form of a woman with cow’s ears. It is 29.3cm high (11 9/16 inch.)

Found in Upper Egypt, Thebes, Wadi D, Tomb of the 3 foreign wives. 

Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, reign of Thutmose III, 1479-1425BC

Source: Metropolitan Museum