In·Tro·Vert·Ed
Ralph.
A suitcase for my wandering thoughts and daily dealings.
Know who you are and be honest with yourself, you are a being of light.
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fuckyouverymuch:

We play.
"If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you."
Fred Devito (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
spaceexp:

112 photos of the southern hemisphere night sky stacked and processed using a bunch of software. Here’s to International Dark Sky week!
sublim-ature:

IcelandAndre Ermolaev
lensblr-network:

Sulden am Ortler, Italy
by Andreas Ulvdell  (ulvdell.tumblr.com)
understructure:

Alhambra Palace, Granada, Spain by wamcclung
abbbziez:

vitael:

topshopped:

cucuhmber:

moonberrie:

pxxies:

I’ve been there and it’s breathtaking because it’s so smooth and the water is so warm

wowowow can someone tell me where this is

yea where is this?!?/?

Where is this? :o

In Pamukkale, Turkey.

Addding to my bucket list
oursoulsaredamned:

Book of the Dead of the Priest of Horus, Imouthes (Imhotep)
Period: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 350–250 B.C. Geography: From Egypt, Middle Egypt, Meir (Mir) Medium: Papyrus, ink Dimensions: h. 35.2 x w. 1930.4 cm (13 7/8 x 760 in.) approximately based on sum of sections; originally a continuous roll about 72 feet long.
An Egyptian Book of the Dead is a compilation of incantations designed to assure the deceased admittance to the Hereafter, a good existence after death, and protection from evil powers such as serpents, crocodiles, and various demons. Beginning in Dynasty 18 a papyrus roll containing a selection of these spells was placed in the owner’s tomb, usually either within a statuette of Osiris or within the coffin.
This hieratic papyrus, which is arranged in a series of columns to be read from right to left, contains over 100 spells from the Book of the Dead (known to the ancient Egyptians as Coming Forth by Day). A continuous frieze of vignettes along the top, as well as larger drawings filling the height of the papyrus, illustrate or subsitute for individual incantations. 
This papyrus, along with a second (35.9.19a–o), belonged to the Priest Who Supports The Body of Horus, Imouthes (Imhotep), the son of Psintaes (Pshentehe). His mother was the Musician of Hathor, Lady of Cusae (Meir), Tjehne. Since the family held priestly offices at Meir, where Imhotep’s coffin was found, the two papyri probably come from this Middle Egyptian town.
natgeofound:

View of the Palace of Maharaja’s pond from the Island of the Sultans in Udaipur, India, 1923.Photograph by Jules Gervais Courtellemont, National Geographic
terramantra:

 
studyinrain:

UFO spotter’s guide, 1967
sanctalilium:

龍洞 (by agbuggy~小蟲子)
kenobi-wan-obi:


Starless Nebula NGC6188 in Narrowband by Fred Vanderhaven

NGC 6188 is an emission nebula located about 4,000 light years away in the constellation Ara. The bright open cluster NGC 6193, visible to the naked eye, is responsible for a region of reflection nebulosity within NGC 6188.