Art~Haiku

Shiveet Khairhan Mountain CDHK
Shiveet Khairhan Mountain

Ancient art

Describing created life

Holy messages

 

© Carol Campbell 2015

Carpe Diem Shaman
Carpe Diem

“Awesome I think … there are several other carvings in which you can see how the Tuvan thought their world was created.
This kind of petroglyph we see everywhere around the world … they are carved or “painted” by our faraway ancestors to tell us their story. Petroglyphs are the predecessor of written words as we know them.

carvings from the past
telling the story of our ancestors
without words

© Chèvrefeuille”

❤ ❤ ❤

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10 thoughts on “Art~Haiku”

  1. I imagine this place being a site where hunters came, drew pictures of the game they would hunt, and had successfully hunted in the past, and the hunters calling them, invoking them, their spirits, by these paintings. I guess we may never know.

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