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Here at CVLT Nation, we’re obsessed with everything occult – just take a look at our features on witchcraft, the Left Hand Path, Satanism – or pretty much everything on the CVLT Nation Bizarre. So today we want to feed your mind’s eye with a rad collection of occult images that

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There are a lot of things I missed out on being a little kid in the 80s. Thankfully YouTube exists, and I can immerse myself in shows that I was far too young to see at the time. Here’s one full set of The Gun Club live at the Hacienda

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The mostly American-made “Tijuana Bibles” are widely considered to be the first underground comic books. These small 8-page comics were sold in tobacco shops, barber shops, bars or other places that were frequented by a largely male clientele in the early to mid 1900s when they were produced. Local artists

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In these chaotic times, we have many things to worry about. Climate change, poverty, violence, political unrest, the list goes on. However, we are far from the only generation dealing with despair. Taking a look back at history, humanity always has had to live with chaos. ‘’May you live in

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Chéri Hérourard was a well known illustrator for popular French magazines throughout the early to mid 1900s, but behind the scenes he was Herric – an illustrator of erotica, mostly of the spanking kind. His imagery is playful and queer, showing women happily spanking each other, applying what look to be

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via Flashbak Did you ever visit London’s Batcave club? Opened in Soho in July 1982, the Batcave featured the likes of Bauhaus, The Meteors, Sex Gang Children, Virgin Prunes, Patti Palladin, Meat of Youth, Southern Death Cult, and Alien Sex Fiend. As one journalist puts it, Batcave was about individualism. It “defined

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