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Abandoned
Viscaya in Florida small part of a beautiful mansion built by John Deering the early 1900s

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Viscaya in Florida
small part of a beautiful mansion built by John Deering the early 1900s

Valhalla

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Julia Clinton Jones

Neath Valhalla’s glorious dome,
In the Aesir’s heavenly home,
Hither, hence, they ceaseless roam,
Rest to find, their labors done ;
Rest and pleasure
Without measure!
Finished task is pleasure won.
In fair Duty’s perfect round.
Godlike souls are ever found.

The two—the hero and his ultimate god, the seeker and the found—are thus understood as the outside and the inside of a single self-mirrored mystery, which is identical with the mystery of the manifest world. The great deed of the supreme hero is to come to the knowledge of this unity in multiplicity and then to make it known.
Joseph Campbell, The Hero with a Thousand Faces (via hierarchical-aestheticism)