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Today’s Classic: Goethe’s Faust (with Special Guest: Mephistopheles)
1. By Richard Roland Holst
2. By Harry Clarke
3. By August von Kreling
4. By Stich von Tony Johannot
5. By Donn Crane
Illustrations taken from The Black Toad West Country Witchcraft and Magic & Traditional Witchcraft A Cornish Book of Ways.
By Gemma Gary.
Conceptual photographs by Martin Vlach. The artist digitally merges his own photography with elements of nature to create surreal, atmospheric scenes that feel both isolating and mysterious.
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The Griffin is a mythological creature that is mostly linked to western European cultures and are usually depicted as a beast with the head of an eagle and a body of a lion. They are thought of to be wise creatures, who seek out and guard gold and treasures. Other legends portray the griffin as a trickster, and would challenge people with riddles in a contest of wits.
Got the dirtiest looks all day for this only ‘cause I’m reminding them of something they have the privilege to forget.