“I have frequently wondered if the majority of mankind ever pause to reflect upon the occasionally titanic significance of dreams, and of the obscure world to which they belong. Whilst the greater number of our nocturnal visions are perhaps no more than faint and fantastic reflections of our waking experiences—Freud to the contrary with his puerile symbolism—there are still a certain remainder...
The following is in dedication to a close friend, and my true love. My lover can best be compared to the element of water, for her presence is otherworldly, and yet oddly familiar. She holds the ability to either nourish or drown, and possesses the strength to sculpt deep unimaginable crevasses within the fragile catacombs of our minds. Her soul is not unlike the ocean itself, for while we...
Nothing is concealed from the wise and sensible, while the unbelieving and...– Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, AD1531 (via lunaemortem)