14thC-16thC) Magic Mirror of Doctor John Dee, the Seal of Aemeth, two smaller seals, John Dee’s obsidian disc, his crystal ball, and a golden talisman
Adolph Vollmy’s woodcut engraving of the 1833 Leonid meteor shower (After Karl Jauslin), c. 1889.
Joseph Merrick’s skull (5 August 1862 – 11 April 1890), Was an English man with severe deformities who was exhibited as a human curiosity named the Elephant Man.
Excruciating Terror - Innocent Slaughter
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A phalloid fungi (Phallales - Pallaceae) commonly known as Devil’s fingers or Octopus stinkhorn, quite distinctive by its form, color and foul-smelling.
Clathrus archeri is native to Australia and New Zealand, and has been introduced in parts of Europe, North America and the United Kingdom.
The Octopus stinkhorn has a gelatinous egg stage from which the fruitbody arises, its four to eight reddish arms each coated with dark, foul-smelling tissue. The unpleasant odor attracts flies which disperse the spores.
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Reptilian Annunaki Seraphim Archons Nephilim Cherubim Rephaim Elohim Anakim Zazzummin The Watchers Giants Brotherhood Of The Snake Grigori Sons Of God - Angels Or Demons Serpent Dragon Snake Brothers Grey Draconian Serpentine Species Beast Draco Summerian Planet X Satanism Nagas Reptoid ShapeShifter 2012 Nibiru Nergal Sharrapu Djinn Fire-God Satan-Shaytaan Draco Commanders Reptilian Royalty Mind Masters Lower Astral Reptilian White Scaled Dracos Devil Reptilian-Hybrids 4D Reps Insectoid Species Hive Mind Collective Babylonian Reptoid Mothmen Gargoyle Reptilian Rulers Montauk Reptilian Base
(from Latin claustrum - “a shut in place” and Greek φόβος phóbos - “fear”); the fear of having no escape and being closed in small spaces or rooms (opposite: claustrophilia). It is typically classified as an anxiety disorder and often results in panic attacks, and can be the result of many situations or stimuli, including elevators crowded to capacity, windowless rooms, and even tight-necked clothing.
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