Death & Catses

in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except...
derpycats:

she has a staring problem

derpycats:

she has a staring problem

catsincuteplaces:

Cat in a Gutter
Source

Further proof that cats are liquid

catsincuteplaces:

Cat in a Gutter

Source

Further proof that cats are liquid

deathandmysticism:

The Mice are burying the Cat, Russia, ca. 1766

deathandmysticism:

The Mice are burying the Cat, Russia, ca. 1766

allthesaintsyoushouldknow:

Mexico City Photo Set from The Metropolitan Cathedral

Top: Chapel of the relics. The effigy in repose above the altar is Santo Entierro, or Holy Burial, a life-sized depiction of Jesus in the tomb.

Bottom: Chapel of the relics. The bones of St. Vitalis, Martyr, translated from the catacombs of St. Calixtus in Rome, December 13, 1819.

All photos by me.

deathandmysticism:

Henri Manuel, Funeral of Théophile Delcassé, 1923

Now that’s a hearse

deathandmysticism:

Henri Manuel, Funeral of Théophile Delcassé, 1923

Now that’s a hearse

fer1972:

Skeletons by AC44 (Artist found thanks to ex0skeletal:)

(via blackpaint20)

(Source: batwingdreams, via taphophilia)

derpycats:

This is Handsome, and he is very large. He weighs almost as much as my nearly two year old son. He is my father-in-law’s cat.

derpycats:

This is Handsome, and he is very large. He weighs almost as much as my nearly two year old son. He is my father-in-law’s cat.

mortem-et-necromantia:

Campo Santo, Cuzco Photo by Falccetti.

mortem-et-necromantia:

Campo Santo, Cuzco Photo by Falccetti.

(via sightofthetombs)

victoriousvocabulary:

TÖTENTANZ
[noun]
dance of death; dance of the dead; an allegorical representation of the ever-present and universal power of death.
Etymology: German - töten “to kill” + tanz “dance”.
[Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne]

victoriousvocabulary:

TÖTENTANZ

[noun]

dance of death; dance of the dead; an allegorical representation of the ever-present and universal power of death.

Etymology: German - töten “to kill” + tanz “dance”.

[Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne]