🖼 Illustrating Paleolithic Emotions; Medieval Institutions; and God-like Technology 😱🏰🚀

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31 comments on “🖼 Illustrating Paleolithic Emotions; Medieval Institutions; and God-like Technology 😱🏰🚀

  1. The photos all amazing 😍 Once upon a time 🌷👌🙏😊

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  2. Amazing! There are so many words to describe your post, but all fall short of the amount of talent displayed. Thanks for posting.

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  3. Your post is wonderful, as ever ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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  4. L’incontro tra il passato, il presente e il futuro.
    Idea grandiosa come le immagini 😉

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  5. “Short and sweet” to look at (someone told me) but surely a lot of effort to create.
    Actually not all that short to look at, as there is so much to discover (I am finding).

    Let’s hope we end up more in the direction of those fireworks rather than blowing ourselves and everything around us up.

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  6. Powerful visual imagery. It reminded me of a book written by Robert Romanyshyn entitled Technology as Symptom and Dream. Thank you for sharing!

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  7. You have vivid characters and they are integrated very well with your content, Sound Eagle. Through space and burrowing into time with a range of each in full measure. Connections tie all that has happened and what is happening. At SoundEagle, you can discover just how disparate and unexpected those connections, no matter how slight, may become a driving force that opens entire realms for the curious and discerning reader.
    The Paleolithic meets the Medieval and brings them into the present day to join the present day in ways that once could only be described as magical.

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  8. I love your images, when I look at them I feel like I’m in a whole new world. Imagination and creativity is amazing isn’t it?

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  9. Wow! Wonderful article ! Yes we have Palaeolithic emotions ! Well shared and the photos are excellent.☺👌🎉thank you.

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  10. The first image, contemplation, our arch of survival. 💕C

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  11. Can you imagine that during the time that I complete courses in the education field to earn three college degrees, these concerns with the dangers of primitive human emotion were completely ignored by the scholars who taught me. I also recall the futility of sitting around with my classmates in small circles where we were encouraged to “get in touch” with my feelings with others in biased and non-discriminatory ways. I’ve actually learned more about managing the power of in my yoga practice. emotions

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  12. Corrections “ change my to our and place emotions after of and before in

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  13. Nice post and very creative SoundEagle. I was able to get on your site fast today too which was awesome. Visually appealing and so informative. Bravo!💖💖

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  14. Your energy and creativity amaze me. This is the first post from you with very few words, but they say all that’s needed to be said.

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  15. From my point of view, I would love to have posters of your artwork here throughout my house 😊

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  16. I have admired the growing awareness in the biological community that nature is both object and subject. I lament the fact that hinting that there is any kind of semiotic aspect of nature in the presence of the hidebound guardians of seeing all reality as a process only – to be understood only by way of reduction – causes these myopic stalwarts of confirmation bias to unsheath their claws, making discovery a political process rather than a scientific pursuit. It takes bravery and a willingness to stand against the tides of conventional thought to make advances in the context of established academic zeitgeist. Ed Wilson, like so many others in the budding discipline of biosemiotics, was just such a person, willing to engage in the truth of the matter regardless of its popularity or social currency. We owe him our respect and thanks for giving back so much more than he took as he journeyed through his all too brief time here.

    I could be missing something(s)

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  17. Great work. Well done

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  18. All your creations are amazing and Lots of thought has gone into each of them SE. We are indeed living in creative times… Lets pray we all choose our creations wisely for we are also in the manifesting age of seeing them unfold quicker than in the past.. 😉
    Many thanks again for your gift of words upon my image..
    Take care my friend..
    Sue 🙂

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  19. You have identified the balance of these seemingly disparate eras as something that occurs simultaneously in human society. Trying to enforce these ways of doing things into neat chronologies imposed by philosophers and authorities is quite absurd. They all happen concurrently. when you make sweeping generalizations and force them into sets of Procrustean beds. Yet this is precisely what happens when you force your general theories into tightly defined epochs. Society does not fit sweeping conclusions.
    Thank you much for elucidating the matter so well, Sound Eagle.

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  20. So true– our emotions, institutions, and technological might don’t match up at all.

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  21. Thought provoking post🙏🙏🙏

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  22. I like the first one with the dreaming girl

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  23. Your artwork is amazing and original, it must take some inspiration to make those.

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  24. Fabulous imagery. Thank you for sharing your work. 💖

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