Robert Monroe was a radio broadcasting executive who became known for his research on altered states of consciousness and founding the Monroe Institute. His 1971 book, Journeys Out of the Body, is credited with popularizing the term out-of-body experience.
Cover illustration by Elenore Plaisted Abbott for The Queen of the City of Mirth c.1911
If this doesn’t make u laugh we can’t be friends #Chihuahua #lucha #luchadog #dog #luchalibre #luchador by crimsonx_x http://ift.tt/19g4g0l
One of my friends got chased by little piggies during his bike ride
this is the opposite of a problem
Helen Friel - “Here’s Looking at Euclid” (paper sculptures of mathematician Oliver Byrne’s illustrations of Euclid’s Elements, 2012)
Byrne’s illustrated Euclid is one of my favorite vintage science reads (you can leaf through it online for free!) and the fact that the Mondrain-esque artwork has been made into paper sculptures makes me happier than I can verbalize.
'The Pirates of Penzance' from ‘Savoy operas’ by W. S. Gilbert; With illus. in colour by W. Russell Flint. Published 1909 by George Bell & Sons, London.
See the complete book here.