wildbee

Apr 20

ancientpeoples:

Gold Ornament in the form of a Bee 
1700-1600 BC
Minoan
Length: 1.9 cm
(Source: The British Museum)

ancientpeoples:

Gold Ornament in the form of a Bee 

1700-1600 BC

Minoan

Length: 1.9 cm

(Source: The British Museum)

Jul 16

beastland:

Bees - World Of Wonder

beastland:

Bees - World Of Wonder

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Jun 29

lynnehoppe:

cinoh:

joncarling:

jon carling 2009

lynnehoppe:

cinoh:

joncarling:

jon carling 2009

Jun 16

morethansugar:

incubation

morethansugar:

incubation

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grigoregospodaru:

Stan e prisacarul din sat. Lumea ii spune Stan Stuparu. Luam toti miere de la el, si unele femei fac si terapie din-aia cu intepaturi de albine. E bun prieten cu Popa, ceara de la faguri o da mereu bisericii pentru lumanari.

grigoregospodaru:

Stan e prisacarul din sat. Lumea ii spune Stan Stuparu. Luam toti miere de la el, si unele femei fac si terapie din-aia cu intepaturi de albine. E bun prieten cu Popa, ceara de la faguri o da mereu bisericii pentru lumanari.

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Jun 01

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(Source: celiajart, via hexagonalawarenessproject)

May 17

teacuponwheels:

If you’re not prepared for a lesson on sacred geometry, keep on scrolling. This is the Seed of Life. It can be found in the pattern known as the Flower of Life, the flower or life pretty much being a basis of everything, to put it quite bluntly. Within the seed of life, pictured above, can be found the egg of life, which is the basis of music (the pattern is composed of seven circles - if you know really anything about music, you know there are seven notes). The egg of life also resembles what you look like when you are just starting out as a couple of cells. The pattern starts off with the vesica piscis, which contains a vast amount of information, such as depth, proportion, and the square roots of 2, 3, and 5. The pattern of the Flower of life and all of its little components can be found in ALL of the world’s major religions. All of em. And another thing that’s neat - In Christianity, God took seven days to make the world, yes? Again, the seed of life is composed of seven circles. That is only ONE of the many, many relations between this pattern and the religions of the world. To put it in the simplest of ways, the flower of life is basically the basis for absolutely everything. Yes, even you.  And so here is my little seed of life for you.

teacuponwheels:

If you’re not prepared for a lesson on sacred geometry, keep on scrolling.
This is the Seed of Life. It can be found in the pattern known as the Flower of Life, the flower or life pretty much being a basis of everything, to put it quite bluntly. Within the seed of life, pictured above, can be found the egg of life, which is the basis of music (the pattern is composed of seven circles - if you know really anything about music, you know there are seven notes). The egg of life also resembles what you look like when you are just starting out as a couple of cells. The pattern starts off with the vesica piscis, which contains a vast amount of information, such as depth, proportion, and the square roots of 2, 3, and 5. The pattern of the Flower of life and all of its little components can be found in ALL of the world’s major religions. All of em. And another thing that’s neat - In Christianity, God took seven days to make the world, yes? Again, the seed of life is composed of seven circles. That is only ONE of the many, many relations between this pattern and the religions of the world.
To put it in the simplest of ways, the flower of life is basically the basis for absolutely everything. Yes, even you.
And so here is my little seed of life for you.

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Jan 15

(Source: fuckyeahquilts, via thebandicootfile)

Jan 12

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Jan 10

earth42:

JAPAN MANDALAWAVE MOTION PROJECT-39

earth42:

JAPAN MANDALA
WAVE MOTION PROJECT-39

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