Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Grim Reaper Gallery

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Death as a sentient entity is a concept that has existed in many societies since the beginning of history. In Western cultures, death is often given the name the "Grim Reaper", and shown as a skeletal figure carrying a large scythe, and wearing a midnight black gown, robe or cloak with a hood, or sometimes, a white burial shroud. Usually when portrayed in the black-hooded gown, only his eyes can be seen.












11 comments:

  1. Be sure to check your spelling - folks have Stumbled your site and your errors make you look adolescent.

    And if you're going to plagiarize,
    at least quote the source:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_and_culture

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  2. and your a complete flaming asshole for even making a comment like you did.

    From
    The Dark Lord

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  3. nice pics guys .. i may use one as a tattoo im going to get


    from
    satens fire

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  4. awesome pics and pretty good background info


    From
    Dark Lore Knight

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  5. so fucking bored.....Ill go play guitar or something....

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  6. how come in one of the pics u have a devil next to death siting down????

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  7. i do not worship death as an entity. indeed i do not worship him at all. but i beleive he/she is AN entity. one wouuld be better of respecting him rather then not. we all die in life . it is the inevitability of all life.
    as i say
    "life is temporary. death is eternal."
    if anyone wishes to dicuss further my email is
    whitburn001k@suttonlea.org

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  8. they r ok pics i do like the second last onr though....
    -grim reaper.

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  9. does anyone know who did the art work of the angel with the bone wings that is an awesome pic and want to see if the artist has any other pics online

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  10. You are saying to quote wikipeia, which in an of itsellf make you look adolescent. Wikipedia is one of the most unreliable websites there is.

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  11. this was awesome

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