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Simplify Responsive Blogger Template

#LostBumblebee ©2015 Follow Your Own ARROW : Free Printable : Personal Use Only

#LostBumblebee ©2015 Follow Your Own ARROW : Free Printable : Personal Use Only

Black panther tattoo idea...possibly.

Black panther tattoo idea...possibly.

26 Striking Henna Designs That Will Leave You Breathless

26 Striking Henna Designs That Will Leave You Breathless

Monotype Print by April Jordan.  "Rainbow Dill"

Monotype Print by April Jordan. "Rainbow Dill"

The series of thirteen paintings depicts celebrities, including Sid Vicious, with their bones laid bare and only small details added which make their true identities unmistakable

The series of thirteen paintings depicts celebrities, including Sid Vicious, with their bones laid bare and only small details added which make their true identities unmistakable

NES/Xbox controller  mushrooms perler beads by sleepystitch

NES/Xbox controller mushrooms perler beads by sleepystitch

¿I think the power of these paintings is how they give so little away yet the small details that remain tell a full story ¿ hopefully part of the story behind the mask of celebrity,¿ says the 38-year-old artist

¿I think the power of these paintings is how they give so little away yet the small details that remain tell a full story ¿ hopefully part of the story behind the mask of celebrity,¿ says the 38-year-old artist

The WAS ("power, dominion") sceptre is a symbol that appeared often in relics, art, and hieroglyphics associated with the ancient Egyptian religion. It appears as a stylized animal head at the top of a long, straight staff with a forked end.  Was sceptres were used as symbols of power or dominion, and were associated with the gods (such as Set or Anubis)[1] as well as with the pharaoh. Was sceptres also represent the Typhonic beast or Set-animal (the mascot of the Egyptian god Set).

The WAS ("power, dominion") sceptre is a symbol that appeared often in relics, art, and hieroglyphics associated with the ancient Egyptian religion. It appears as a stylized animal head at the top of a long, straight staff with a forked end. Was sceptres were used as symbols of power or dominion, and were associated with the gods (such as Set or Anubis)[1] as well as with the pharaoh. Was sceptres also represent the Typhonic beast or Set-animal (the mascot of the Egyptian god Set).

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