China Days: The Scythian Connection

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Another beautiful piece and photos from John MacKinnon in China!

The Scythian connection.pdf

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2 Responses to “China Days: The Scythian Connection”

  1. Stella Says:

    Fascinating stuff! The more I look at Scythian art, the more I see the psilocybin influence. Animals morphing into other animals, shapes blurring around the edges, abstract geometric patterns with spirals and dots. These types of geometric shapes are called form constants, and people see them when they hallucinate (whether because of drugs or not) because the human brain is wired that way.

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