This is one of our most popular paintings that we've shared on Instagram this year!🔥 Have you seen it in person? It's currently on view in “The Second Buddha: Master of Time” — catch it before the exhibition closes on by Mon. 1/7!
Padmasabhava as Senge Dradok; Kham Province, eastern Tibet; 18th century; pigments on cloth; Rubin Museum of Art; Gift of the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation; F1997.30.8 (HAR 633)
These villains were very well developed throughout the show. That goes for both series brotherhood and the previous. With different back stories. Different ways to deal with them in each is one of the reasons watching both series is worth it. The homunculi play different roles in both shows also. With their main focus being to thwart our protagonists throughout the show they are playing at an even larger angle. A less obvious angle all the while. Its really interesting to see all the different rules and techniques that govern the homunculi throughout either show. Very interesting twisting to the plots with their involvement
Do you know why you worship Jesus? Because you're afraid not to.
The Gentiles gave you their false prophet and you refuse do any research. Instead you just go with the book that they gave you.
When I was a child my mom would ask me about being a follower and would say, so if your friends jump off a bridge you'll do the same?
My question to you is, if you know that the Gentiles are headed toward eternal death or an eternal lake of fire, why do you want to follow them?
The entire "New Covenant/Testament" is fictional written by the Gentiles.
Our Lord did not abandon his agreement with his people to create a new agreement with our oppressors.
We abandoned the Covenant, which is why we're being punished.
But we will be restored and only through G-d can there be salvation.
Everyone will be judged and no one died for your sins. The wicked and the righteous will both be judged accordingly.
No false messiahs or baptisms or rituals can save the wicked from G-d's wrath.
Wrath - Golden Sour served with cherry sorbet
We’ve collaborated with @beavertownbeer to create a beer based on one of the seven deadly sins - wrath.
We took inspiration from the practice of Ordeal by Water whereby those accused of witchcraft were hunted down. Those accused who sank to the rock bed were considered innocent, while floating proved involvement in the dark arts. This happened in Edinburgh’s Nor Loch, which we now know as Princes Street Gardens.
This cherry sour was brewed with barley, wheat and rye, fermented with hot and fast with Norwegian Kveik Yeast and soured with a Lactobacillus blend.
Served with cherry sorbet at the Beavertown Birthday Bash, and with cherry puree at further events.
Pouring this Saturday at @beavertownbeer Birthday Bash