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These pictures slowly fade. Memories wither, they are all gone.
Further down the steps get steeper. You haunt me in my dreams.
I let go and fall deeper. This will be the end of me

Cult Of Luna

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“For in tremendous extremities human souls are like drowning men; well enough they know they are in peril; well enough they know the causes of that peril;—nevertheless, the sea is the sea, and these drowning men do drown.”

“For in tremendous extremities human souls are like drowning men; well enough they know they are in peril; well enough they know the causes of that peril;—nevertheless, the sea is the sea, and these drowning men do drown.”

the Dance of Death by Michael Wolgemut, 1493

the Dance of Death by Michael Wolgemut, 1493

Catholic Bible burning at Champlain, New York, on October 27, 1842.

Catholic Bible burning at Champlain, New York, on October 27, 1842.

Burning of Methodist Church, Marysville, 29th January, 1911.

Burning of Methodist Church, Marysville, 29th January, 1911.

Methodist Church burning - Jacksonville, Florida
Jacksonville fire of 1901.

Jacksonville’s Great Fire of 1901 was the largest metropolitan fire in the American South. The fire began on May 3, 1901 with a spark from a cook stove at lunchtime which ignited piles of Spanish moss drying for a matress factory. Located at Davis and Beaver streets, the factory fire spread to most of the downtown area. By 8:30 when the fire was brought under control, 2,368 buildings were destroyed, 10,000 people were homeless and seven residents were dead. The city spent the next decade rebuilding its downtown.

Methodist Church burning - Jacksonville, Florida

    • Jacksonville fire of 1901.
  • Jacksonville’s Great Fire of 1901 was the largest metropolitan fire in the American South. The fire began on May 3, 1901 with a spark from a cook stove at lunchtime which ignited piles of Spanish moss drying for a matress factory. Located at Davis and Beaver streets, the factory fire spread to most of the downtown area. By 8:30 when the fire was brought under control, 2,368 buildings were destroyed, 10,000 people were homeless and seven residents were dead. The city spent the next decade rebuilding its downtown.