2. sandrosanio:

    Even the Gods on Earth have to pray

    I don’t know if you have noticed but Seti I., father of Ramesses the Great is almost always depicted praying and worshiping and that gave me an idea to draw him and his young and beautiful wife, queen Tuya praying as the new day begins to Amon, patron of the gods.
    I guess Ramesses and his family are my favorite royal Egyptians! :)

    (Also, the first idea was to add their children (Ramesses, Tia and Henutmire), in their teens, praying with them, but I gave up on that idea, cause the pic would be to crowded!)
    Ignore the statue of Amon, I actually used an image for it! :D

    Hope you like it, I surely do! :)

    This is really cool

    (via anubis-lon)


  3. hismarmorealcalm:

    King Men-Kau-Re and a Queen  circa 2551 - 2523 B.C.  Fourth Dynasty  From Giza  Graywacke  Harvard University-Museum of Fine Arts

    (via anubis-lon)



  5. I love my siblings! Aren’t we beautiful :D (at Broward Blvd)


  6. why do you think the military has a band? makes one believe sounds can provoke people to kill.


  7. thephysicalisanillusion:

    The Matrix is a system, Neo. That system is our enemy. But when you’re inside, you look around, what do you see? Businessmen, teachers, lawyers, carpenters. The very minds of the people we are trying to save. But until we do, these people are still a part of that system and that makes them our enemy. You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system, that they will fight to protect it.


    explaining racism white supremacy right under our noses.

    (Source: annadraconida, via blvckhippie)


  8. Neely Fuller Jr. has the anit-racism white supremacy game on god.


  9. thatdudeemu:






    Come at him


    Pharrell type mfs

    (Source: misterand, via laurxn1)


  10. Haitian Vodou is a religion that is very misunderstood. Slaves were brought to the Caribbean against their will and forbidden to practice their traditional African religions as well as forced to convert to the religion of their masters. The Bond movie/Eurocentric/Americanized viewpoint presents Vodou as an evil, primitive version of witchcraft. But it’s a religion like any other, with a moral code, gods and goddesses. Many ceremonies deal with protection from evil spirits.

    In addition, the “voodoo doll” itself has been misconstrued. In Haiti, it was traditional to nail small handmade puppets or dolls to trees near graveyards; these small figures were meant to act as messengers to the spirit world, and contact dead loved ones. It’s safe to imagine that European folks didn’t understand this — and assumed an evil intent behind a doll with nails in its body.