Anacronist

A journal regarding, the history of occultism, woodcut printing, anachronism, contact juggling and other sundry.

shrine-of-perdition:


Galdratöluskip
Translated this means “Magic Numbered Ship” and is a very complex bindrune designed to be used against a robber’s ship so it will sink.
The bindrune should be placed in the vessel and then the following galdr (incantation magic) verse recited:
Hátt eru segl við húna hengd með strengi snúna.Séð hef ég ristur rúnamig rankar við því núna.



Ofan af öllu landiógn og stormur standi,særokið með sandisendi þeim erkifjandi.

shrine-of-perdition:

Galdratöluskip

Translated this means “Magic Numbered Ship” and is a very complex bindrune designed to be used against a robber’s ship so it will sink.

The bindrune should be placed in the vessel and then the following galdr (incantation magic) verse recited:

Hátt eru segl við húna 
hengd með strengi snúna.
Séð hef ég ristur rúna
mig rankar við því núna.
Ofan af öllu landi
ógn og stormur standi,
særokið með sandi
sendi þeim erkifjandi.

(Source: hedendom, via portionsofeternity)

magictransistor:

Jean Antoine Théodore de Gudin, Storm in the Sea (Oil on canvas), 1832.

magictransistor:

Jean Antoine Théodore de Gudin, Storm in the Sea (Oil on canvas), 1832.

lionofchaeronea:

The Sentry, Carel Fabritius, 1654

lionofchaeronea:

The Sentry, Carel Fabritius, 1654

(via portionsofeternity)

leprincelointain:

Artur Grottger (1837-1867), Forêt -1864

leprincelointain:

Artur Grottger (1837-1867), Forêt -1864

(via demoniality)

thepolishstufflove:

Zenobiusz Poduszko (Polish, 1887-1963)
1, 2, 3, 4

thepolishstufflove:

Zenobiusz Poduszko (Polish, 1887-1963)

1, 2, 3, 4

(via portionsofeternity)

plutodirt:

Gerhard Mozsi

plutodirt:

Gerhard Mozsi

(via portionsofeternity)

laclefdescoeurs:

Nymphenburger Schlosspark im Winter, Fritz Osswald

laclefdescoeurs:

Nymphenburger Schlosspark im Winter, Fritz Osswald

(via portionsofeternity)

luminous-void:

Ernst Fuchs, Invitation to an Exhibition, 1952

luminous-void:

Ernst Fuchs, Invitation to an Exhibition, 1952

(via demoniality)