WildRose Ramblings
lesbellesmelodies:

“If in one hundred years I am known only as the man who invented Sherlock Holmes, then I will have considered my life a failure.” -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

lesbellesmelodies:

“If in one hundred years I am known only as the man who invented Sherlock Holmes, then I will have considered my life a failure.” -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

mythologystuff:

Winged Sandal of Hermes

mythologystuff:

Winged Sandal of Hermes

pulcherestmaiorum:

Alexander The Great

pulcherestmaiorum:

Alexander The Great

To study the past for human folly or popular superstition is only to be patronizing about our own same hopes and fears, expressed in a different society.
Robin Lane Fox, Alexander the Great (1973)

Horror hasn’t changed much since ancient times.

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Iggy Pop reading Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell Tale Heart. Fun for any fans of punk rock or gothic literature. Mega fun for fans of both!

Funny because it’s true.

Funny because it’s true.