R/e-cycling in modern Territories
http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/05/oldestsculpture/Perhaps not coincidentally, the rise of figurine-carving modern human cultures in Europe coincided with the decline of Neanderthals. Some anthropologists suspect that humans of the era experienced a leap in mental abilities, fueled by random genetic mutation or the neurological nourishment of language and culture.
Among the most notable of these figurines is the Venus of Willendorf, whose (1) featureless head strikingly resembles the A. muscaria’s studded cap, (2) spindly arms strikingly resemble the A. muscaria’s ruptured veil, and (3) red pigment was deducibly intended to cause the figurine to resemble a developing A. muscariahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Entheogenhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_of_Willendorf
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