An example of Babylonian text, in its original ‘cuneiform’ script from 5,000 years ago, then transliterated into our modern Latin alphabet, then translated into English. Attributed to a ‘Sapiku of Borsippa’ it is a prediction of the future. Sapiku was a 7th century BCE astrologer and priest who was an advisor to the king of that time.
Credits: The Reports of the Magicians and Astrologers of Nineveh and Babylon: Vol II and Babylonian-Assyrian Ittu [Omen] Astrology Before 550 BC via GifCities and Internet Archive, The Visual Astrology Newsletter
They shall grow not old
as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them
nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun
and in the morning,
We shall remember them.
Credits: Laurence Binyon, askIdeas
A French-language GIF based on an animation showing the various players in the political landscape of Iraq and Syria between 2014-15.
Credits: ISW and Thomas van Linge via GIFER
When the enemy keeps spamming rockets, but you still win the bleeding Victory Royale.
Credits: Fortnite and Epic Games via gfycat, reddit r/gaming, Norris Steuart, Fortnite gifs and Pinterest
Even the hammer wielding Norse god of thunder can have his slip-up moments.
Credits: Marvel Studios via Ilario (úquen), Animated Gif and Google+
Now fury is raining from the skies… and not just rain.
Credits: PEW PEW AND CHILL and Tumblr via Visual and Auditory Elixirs By: Jojo Woods, Sifting Through Variety, Raghuram D, Illusion and Pinterest
Remembering the fallen, who gave their lives for our freedoms.
Credits: Doc and REMEMBRANCE DAY via GifCities and Internet Archive