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"Grollender Luzifer" by Fidus (1904) 350 x 453

"Grollender Luzifer" by Fidus (1904) 350 x 453

Hugo Hoeppener (Fidus) - The Prodigal Son (Der Verlorene Sohn)  1892

Hugo Hoeppener (Fidus) - The Prodigal Son (Der Verlorene Sohn) 1892

yourmaj3sty:  Lucifer painting by Fidus    Lucifer has nothing to do with the Devil or anything evil and demonic. THis is what Christianity wants us to believe. Lucifer, is the Light Bringer/Light Bearer. Lucifer is also represented by the planet Venus…the “Morning Star”. Moreover, Lucifer has nothing to do with the number 666…Lucifer is represented by the number 741, in numerology(according the ancient Rosicrucians). Lucifer = L(12) + U(21) + C(3) + I(9) + F(6) + E(5) + R(18) = 74The sum…

yourmaj3sty: Lucifer painting by Fidus Lucifer has nothing to do with the Devil or anything evil and demonic. THis is what Christianity wants us to believe. Lucifer, is the Light Bringer/Light Bearer. Lucifer is also represented by the planet Venus…the “Morning Star”. Moreover, Lucifer has nothing to do with the number 666…Lucifer is represented by the number 741, in numerology(according the ancient Rosicrucians). Lucifer = L(12) + U(21) + C(3) + I(9) + F(6) + E(5) + R(18) = 74The sum…

Hugo Hoeppener (Fidus) - "Lucifer," and dated "[18]98"

Hugo Hoeppener (Fidus) - "Lucifer," and dated "[18]98"

lost the artists name...apologies

lost the artists name...apologies

Norman Rockwell’s Springtime. “You can’t forget the epitome of the Americana spring image. I always wondered what she was whispering to him to illicit such a wistful look.” (Whatever it is, it does not look like a frivolous secret.)

Norman Rockwell’s Springtime. “You can’t forget the epitome of the Americana spring image. I always wondered what she was whispering to him to illicit such a wistful look.” (Whatever it is, it does not look like a frivolous secret.)

Goya

Goya

Fidus (Luebeck 1868-1948 Woltersdorf bei Berlin), also known as Hugo Hoeppener  "The Lotus Queen" ("Lotos Königin")  1890

Fidus (Luebeck 1868-1948 Woltersdorf bei Berlin), also known as Hugo Hoeppener "The Lotus Queen" ("Lotos Königin") 1890

Hugo Höppener (Fidus)

Hugo Höppener (Fidus)

Hugo Hoppener (Fidus)

Hugo Hoppener (Fidus)

Hugo Hoppener (Fidus)

Hugo Hoppener (Fidus)

Fidus (Hugo Höppener)

Fidus (Hugo Höppener)

by Fidus (pseudonym used by Hugo  Höppener)

by Fidus (pseudonym used by Hugo Höppener)

Black and white butterfly photography print

Black and white butterfly photography print

Hugo Höppener (Fidus)

Hugo Höppener (Fidus)

Mrs. Hugh Hammersley by John Singer Sargent 1892.

Mrs. Hugh Hammersley by John Singer Sargent 1892.