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Pre-Columbian Art and Archaeology
[H1] Pre-Columbian Art
[H1] Image of “Weeping God” from VANKIRK, Jacques, and Parney Bassett-VanKirk, Remarkable Remains of the Ancient Peoples of Guatemala, Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1996.)
[H1] Image of Quetzalcoatl as a “Weeping God” from VANKIRK, Jacques, and Parney Bassett-VanKirk, Remarkable Remains of the Ancient Peoples of Guatemala, Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1996.)
[H1] South American vessel with Aryan Swastika symbol
[H1] North American vessel with Aryan Swastika symbol
[H2] Mushrooms Encoded in Religious Art
[H2] Was Soma the Forbidden Fruit of Genesis
[H2] BREAKING THE MUSHROOM CODE
[H2] SOMA IN THE AMERICAS
[H2] The head of Buddha below a probable Soma mushroom?
[H2] Ancient Maya “Poison Bottles”
[H2] Psilocybin Mushrooms Encoded In Ancient Maya Art
[H2] Maya vase painting K1381
[H3] Can you find the mushrooms encoded above the tigers ? So why were mushrooms secretly encoded in Old World art “hidden in plain sight”
[H3] (photograph from the Walter Art Museum)
[H3] Above left is a standing female figurine from the Indus Valley Civilization, Harappa Culture 3rd–2nd century B.C. 20.3 cm (8 in.) Terracotta, modeled face and hand-modeled body Classification: Sculpture Type, sub-type: Figure Indian, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, John Wheelock Eliot Fund Accession number: 27.135 Provenance/Ownership History: Purchased by the MFA in 1927.
[H3] Rig Veda
[H3] From, Games in Ancient Indus’ Mohenjo-daro:
[H3] Kuda-kallu: umbrella-stones or mushroom-stones?
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[H5] ANCIENT INDIA’S
[H5] According to researcher Giorgio Samorini (Integration, vol. 6, pp. 33-40, 1995) “On the average the Kuda-kallu are 1.5-2 m. high and 1.5-2 m. wide. They consist of four stones cut like half segments, forming a base which supports a fifth stone having the resting side flat and the other one convex. The whole thing may resemble a parasol, but even more a large mushroom.”
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