hyperb0rean:

Of course I had to bake a cake… Apple & Blackberry.

damn that looks good.
a-l-ancien-regime:

Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, Portugal.

tangledapplevines:

British accents are soo unattractive

All of them? There’s too many to count. Some are pretty unnatractive.

mygloomysunday:

Patricia Morrisson | via Facebook on We Heart It.
bdm-88:

Members of the Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend) pose for a photograph in their tent during festivities for the 6th Annual National Days of Foreign Germans; a festival held for Hitler Youth who were ethnic German minorities living in other nations (Volksdeutsche) and German citizens who were living abroad (Auslandsdeutsche). Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. July 1938. 
"Myth is not prehistory; it is timeless reality, which repeats itself in history."
Ernst Jünger, The Forest Passage (via vandrare)

(Source: cosmic-rebirth, via publiuss)

+Major study suggests mortality rate higher for people who stay out of the sun than those who don't

zerogate:

Health bosses are investigating the results of a study which shows that women who avoid sunbathing during the summer are twice as likely to die than those who sunbathe every day.

The study, conducted by researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, followed nearly 30,000 women over 20 years.

They found that the results “showed that mortality was about double in women who avoided sun exposure compared to the highest exposure group”.

So now staying out of the sun is more harmful than bathing in it every day? lying directly in the sun for hours on end and avoiding it completely are both harmful, we don’t need experts to tell us this, it’s common sense. I really don’t understand the culture of sunbathing either, I don’t understand why women want to burn and age their skin. Women do everything they can to avoid looking old and then go and lie in the sun. There’s nothing more off putting to me than a girl with a heavy tan, they lose a lot of the innocent feminine qualities which make women attractive.

(via vandrare)

"We are in opposition to a certain mythos: the one that wants to turn spirituality and culture into a realm that is dependent on politics. We, on the other hand, claim that it is politics that must be dependent on spirituality and culture."
Julius Evola  (via ridingthetiger)

(Source: vandrare, via visuellammunition)

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