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Clicca per chiudere l'immagine, Clicca e trascina per muovere l'immagine. Usa le frecce avanti e indietro per cambiare immagine.

Clicca per chiudere l'immagine, Clicca e trascina per muovere l'immagine. Usa le frecce avanti e indietro per cambiare immagine.

Wonder Woman was amazing. There were very few things in it I disliked, but the costumes were not one of them. They were so authentic, the style based on actual armor from history, functionality. It was very subtle but most of the Amazons even had one breast that was smaller than the other, because of functionality for shooting arrows.

To be fair, not all male directors have that eye. Look at Joss Whedon. He makes his women badass and killer, and does not unnecessarily sexualise them.

Corsica Filitosa IV. Heavens Eyes (Venus+Jupiter conjunction) and a dagger (metaphor for comet) as a fertility god.

Heavens Eyes (Venus+Jupiter conjunction) and a dagger (metaphor for comet) as a fertility god.

The (King) Narmer palette contains this 'catfish'. This imaginary fish has large 'owl' eyes. The right part of this being might contain the head (with eyes) and the three tails of (Halley's) comet.

The Nesi Menes (King Narmer) palette contains this 'catfish'. This imaginary fish has large…

Granza de Cespedes. Idol (probably) based on the return of the comet (Halley's) and 'Heavens Eyes' > Jupiter and Venus

Idol (probably) based on the return of the comet (Halley's) and 'Heavens Eyes' > Jupiter and Venus

Clay female figurine with a bird-shaped face and disproportionately large ears, from which hang two rows of hoop earrings. Figurines of this type copy earlier Syrian models and are predominant in the Late Cypriot II period (1450-1200 BC).

Clay female figurine with a bird-shaped face and disproportionately large ears, from which hang two rows of hoop earrings. Figurines of this type copy earlier Syrian models and are predominant in the Late Cypriot II period BC).

A rare predynastic terracotta fertility figure.  Flat-backed form, portrayed with radiating circular headdress; the face with small, projecting nose but without eyes or mouth delineated; the vulva is accentuated by a deeply impressed recess. The tiny perforations on either side of the head suggest that the figure would originally have been decorated with suspended attachments of some kind, representing ear ornaments. Egypt, 3th millenium.

A rare predynastic terracotta fertility figure. Flat-backed form, portrayed…

Ivoren vrouwenfiguur (20 cm hoog) uit de Nagada-cultuur (Egypte) (4000 v.Chr.).

Ivoren vrouwenfiguur (20 cm hoog) uit de Nagada-cultuur (Egypte) (4000 v.Chr.).

The metaphor for 'Heavens Eyes' is very very old and might be based upon the (about) yearly meeting of our most significant planets Venus (female) and Jupiter (male). A remarkable conjunction of both would be noticed even better in a year of Halley's Comet return when a lot of people watched the comet for weeks up to several months. So the 'eyes' and the comet (also 'beardstar') became in the art of ancient cultures a metaphorical face. (without nose!).  Gilbert de Jong.

The metaphor for 'Heavens Eyes' is very very old and might be based upon the (about) yearly meeting of our most significant planets Venus (female) and Jupiter (male). A remarkable conjunction of both would be noticed even better in a year of Halley's Comet return when a lot of people watched the comet for weeks up to several months. So the 'eyes' and the comet (also 'beardstar') became in the art of ancient cultures a metaphorical face. (without nose!). Gilbert de Jong.

Three Dutch Funnelbeakers/Twee Veluwse Klokbekers links (2500-2200 v. Chr.) en een Klokbeker uit Molenaarsgraaf rechts (2200-2100 v. Chr.). (Rem. The <<<<-shape might have an astronomical -comettail- origin. The + symbol might be related to the (almost) early conjunction and cross of our brightest and best perceptible planets Jupiter and Venus. See also my boards about metaphors and heaven's eyes and heaven's breasts)

Three Dutch Funnelbeakers/Twee Veluwse Klokbekers links (2500-2200 v. Chr.) en een Klokbeker uit Molenaarsgraaf rechts (2200-2100 v. Chr.). (Rem. The <<<<-shape might have an astronomical -comettail- origin. The + symbol might be related to the (almost) early conjunction and cross of our brightest and best perceptible planets Jupiter and Venus. See also my boards about metaphors and heaven's eyes and heaven's breasts)

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