Chaotic Logic


On the internet, I go by photonasty.





I'm interested in the mysteries of life and death.

I post:

- art - psychedelia - photography - quotes - the occasional meme


mortisia:

Περὶ τῆς Οὐρανίας Ἱεραρχίας 
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De Coelesti Hierarchia (Greek: Περί της Ουράνιας Ιεραρχίας - On the Celestial Hierarchy) is a Pseudo-Dionysian work on angelology, written in Greek and dated to ca. the 5th century CE; it exerted great influence on scholasticism and treats at great length the hierarchies of angels. The work has also been very influential in the development of Orthodox Christian theology. Thomas Aquinas (Summa Theologica, I.108) follows the Hierarchia (6.7) in dividing the angels into three hierarchies each of which contains three orders, based on their proximity to God, corresponding to the nine orders of angels recognized by Pope St Gregory I.

Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones;
Dominations, Virtues, and Powers;
Principalities, Archangels, and Angels.

some cacti in the cube house Rotterdam (credits: chocotoff)
inspiur:

meet sally

inspiur:

meet sally

vectoriuhh:

@ the botanical gardens

vectoriuhh:

@ the botanical gardens

avacadude:

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gabriellekruger:

'Botanical Illustration of Cacti' 2014. Gabrielle Kruger. Five Layered Hand Drawn Screen Print on Fabriano. Edition of Seven. R750

gabriellekruger:

'Botanical Illustration of Cacti' 2014. Gabrielle Kruger. Five Layered Hand Drawn Screen Print on Fabriano. Edition of Seven. R750

design-is-fine:

Pierre Joseph Redouté, Strelitzia Reginae, Canna-leaved Strelitzia,  1805-16. From: Les liliacées, France. NYPL

design-is-fine:

Pierre Joseph Redouté, Strelitzia Reginae, Canna-leaved Strelitzia,  1805-16. From: Les liliacées, France. NYPL

heaveninawildflower:

Wild Service Tree, Apple and White Beam leaves from ‘Autumnal Leaves’ by Francis George Heath. Published 1885 by Kegan, Paul, Trench & Co. London.
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heaveninawildflower:

Wild Service Tree, Apple and White Beam leaves from ‘Autumnal Leaves’ by Francis George Heath. Published 1885 by Kegan, Paul, Trench & Co. London.

archive.org