LOR
Lorenzo, 26 years. An italian living in London.
Hetero + Catholic.

Historian & idealist. When I'm not dreaming of impossible things you can find me writing articles concerning mythology and history.

"The response to questions asked are half truths at best.
My preference is for silence."

Et hic furor non deficit mihi iam toto anno. In me, Amor, tardus, non cogitat ullas artes nec meminit ire notas vias ut prius.

—(Propertius, Elegia I:I )
J’ai perdu mon Euridicerien n’égale mon malheur;Je succombe à ma doleur.Euridice, Euridice,réponds, quel supplice, réponds-moientends ma voix qui t’appelle…Vaine espérance

J’ai perdu mon Euridice
rien n’égale mon malheur;
Je succombe à ma doleur.
Euridice, Euridice,
réponds, quel supplice, réponds-moi
entends ma voix qui t’appelle…
Vaine espérance

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John Collier (1850 - 1934), The Priestess of Delphi, 1891, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

thisblueboy:

John Collier (1850 - 1934), The Priestess of Delphi, 1891, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

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A futakuchi-onna (二口女, “two-mouthed woman”) is a yōkai in Japanese mythology: these demons are women with two mouths.The origin of a futakuchi-onna’s second mouth is often linked to how little a woman eats. In many stories, the soon-to-be futakuchi-onna is a wife of a miser and rarely eats.

A futakuchi-onna (二口女, “two-mouthed woman”) is a yōkai in Japanese mythology: these demons are women with two mouths.
The origin of a futakuchi-onna’s second mouth is often linked to how little a woman eats. In many stories, the soon-to-be futakuchi-onna is a wife of a miser and rarely eats.