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Hecate - The Greek goddess Hecate reminds us of the importance of change, helping us to release the past, especially those things that are hindering our growth, and to accept change and transitions. She sometimes asks us to let go of what is familiar, safe, and secure and to travel to the scary places of the soul.

Hecate by Hrefngast on DeviantArt

Ancient witch queen Elemental before The fragile raising of man She is a doorway Midnight’s quickened will She works from afar A sentient portal within ... Hecate

"He looks like Death itself. Robed and hooded, true form hidden from the eyes of the living." --WinterSoul, by Kristen Cox

"He looks like Death itself. Robed and hooded, true form hidden from the eyes of the living." --WinterSoul, by Kristen Cox

Cemetery art.

Cemetery art.

Victorian Cemeteries pool. Beautiful angels on these gravestones.

Darkangel - a photo on Flickriver

Flickriver - view images as a 'river of photos' and more...

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Gift of Death by Esau13 on deviantART

Gift of Death by Esau13 on DeviantArt

A little something different from me. I really tried to avoid details in this piece to give it a more painterly look to it. I think it looks nice but co... Gift of Death

Creepy, but interesting>> Eerie, glitched photo manipulations by Giacomo Carmagnola

Eerie, glitched photo manipulations by Giacomo Carmagnola - Bleaq

Giacomo Carmagnola is an artist from Treviso, Italy who creates creepy, glitches photo manipulations from vintage photos and classic art.

Kiss me

Kiss me

Poster for the Mexican Day of the Death.  "Good love and good death... that's good luck!"

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Poster for the Mexican Day of the Death. "Good love and good death... that's good luck!"

Deaths coffee break by *TolmanCotton on deviantART

Death's coffee break by TolmanCotton on DeviantArt

Even Death sometimes needs a coffee break. At least, he saw it's a common custom among mortals. And yes, I know, it's clearly an italian espresso. Being... Death's coffee break