Esto quod es - Be what you are. #latin #phrase #quote #quotes - Follow us at facebook.com/LatinQuotesPhrases

Carpe Diem - “seize the day”: A Latin phrase that is commonly used in English. Has essentially become an English phrase.

I don't think half of these words are declined correctly, but the shirt's pretty much the best!

I don't think half of these words are declined correctly, but the shirt's pretty much the best!

This is a 7x5, meticulously handcrafted black hip bag. On the front it is printed in latin Quod Me Netrit Me Destrut. Which translates to What nourishes me also destroys me.  Clips on each side can securely fasten to your belt loops or a strap.  ----This one also comes in brown----------   I also take custom orders, contact me.   VISIT MY OTHER SHOP --------------------------------  Unique pillow covers, lampshades, wood art and bags at https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/...

This is a 7x5, meticulously handcrafted black hip bag. On the front it is printed in latin Quod Me Netrit Me Destrut. Which translates to What nourishes me also destroys me. Clips on each side can securely fasten to your belt loops or a strap. ----This one also comes in brown---------- I also take custom orders, contact me. VISIT MY OTHER SHOP -------------------------------- Unique pillow covers, lampshades, wood art and bags at https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/...

Usar frases en latín para parecer más inteligente es mi modus operandi.

The time thought she was a smarty pants & could study Spanish in college after years of Latin. only to discover that halfway through an exam, she'd switched from Spanish to Latin (which was perfect) and got her first poor grade, ever.

The Young Jesus Christ (Image made with feathers) // Michoacan (Pátzcuaro), ca. 1590-1600 // Juan Baptista Cuiris // Latin inscription: 'Quid est quod  me quaerebatis? Nesciebatis quia in his quae Patris mei sunt, oportet me esse?' = “Why were you looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in my Father’s house?” Luke 2:49 // Kunsthistorisches Museum // #Jesus #devotional #feather #mosaic

The Young Jesus Christ (Image made with feathers) // Michoacan (Pátzcuaro), ca. 1590-1600 // Juan Baptista Cuiris // Latin inscription: 'Quid est quod me quaerebatis? Nesciebatis quia in his quae Patris mei sunt, oportet me esse?' = “Why were you looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in my Father’s house?” Luke 2:49 // Kunsthistorisches Museum // #Jesus #devotional #feather #mosaic

The phrase surrounding the oroboros in the above image is ‘Quod Superius Macroprosopus, Quod Inferius Microprosopus.’ It is equivalent to the Latin phrase ‘Quod superius sicut quot inferius’ which means ‘As above, so below.’

Ouroboros Images - Snake Eating Its Own Tail

The Seal of Solomon as it appears on the front page of Eliphas Levi's Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie (aka Transcendental Magic, its Doctrine and Ritual)

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