The Moon

Today my heart belongs to the moon (light designed by Nosigner). The so called Supermoon – the lunar occurrence on March 19th, 2011 in which the moon appeared 14% bigger and 30% brighter –  shined down on the people of Japan, inspiring them to believe, and have hope for, rebuilding what they had lost just over… Continue reading The Moon

Eliwagar / Pagan Folk

Finding a musical project which engages all of my senses and keeps me coming back for more is extremely rare nowadays, especially where Pagan folk music is concerned. So much of it sounds mediocre and rehashed. So I was delighted to come across Eliwagar the other day (thank you You Tube), a Norse Heathen Neofolk… Continue reading Eliwagar / Pagan Folk

Rotten Fantom

A lot of occult artists come on by my Facebook timeline, but it's been a while since something has stolen my attention as successfully as Rotten Fantom have. Composed of Elena Snegotskaya and Vladimir Snegotskiy they create art work that is rich with detail and dark atmosphere.  You can find their work for sale at… Continue reading Rotten Fantom

In The Night

In July 1906 National Geographic published their first wildlife photographs - the ones you see here.  I have, in the past, stumbled across a number of them on Tumblr, Pinterest and the like. The spookiness always intrigued me, but I never knew about their origins, until yesterday, when I discovered that they were shot by… Continue reading In The Night

Master Of The Night – The Art Of Sam Wolfe Connelly

I am one of these people who feeds on fear. I relish being terrified, and attempt on a daily basis to hunt down film, art, music and places in the world outside that will set my pulse racing, and leave me on edge for at least a day or so. The art of Sam Wolfe… Continue reading Master Of The Night – The Art Of Sam Wolfe Connelly