Skeleton Watercolor (19th Century) By Unknown

This anatomical image is by an unknown Persian artist. It is more comical then informative! In my opinion, it looks much older than the 19th Century, but it is labeled so by the source.

Skeleton Watercolor (19th Century) By Unknown

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Modern Grotesque Decoration (1557) By Lucas van Doetecum

Featuring a River God. May also be contributed to the creator Johannes Van Doetecum the elder. This is quite the buffet of odd animals.

Give a man a fish – he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish at this river – he is eaten for a day. ๐Ÿ˜œ

Modern Grotesque Decoration (1557) By Lucas van Doetecum

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Inktober 2019 By Kelley Coleman

Inktober is a month long art challenge. Every day for the month of October participants create an art piece. This post features the 2019 Inktober art by Kelley Coleman.

Her drawings are a mixture of weird, funny, and random – just the way us rascals here at The Leery like things.

Kelley Coleman – The Artist

“Ring” – Day 1

“Mindless” – Day 2

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The Unknown Guest (1914) By Maurice Maeterlinck

This is a early 20th century parapsychology book. It is free to read online and download! Also, it involves physic horses!! ๐Ÿ˜

The Unknown Guest (1914) By Maurice Maeterlinck

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  • Chapter I: Phantasms of the Living and the Dead
  • Chapter II: Psychometry
  • Chapter III: The Knowledge of the Future.
  • Chapter IV: The Elberfeld Horses
  • Chapter V: The Unknown Guest

The Elberfeld Horses refer to a few horses from Elberfeld, Germany. These horses we intelligent and even psychic(some say). Readmore.

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