Thursday, May 14, 2009

Buxom love goddess Hohle Fels found estimated to be 35,000 years old

Dolly Parton's maquette unearthed, Greatgrand to Venus of Willendorf

A bone sculpture of a female goddess less then two inches in length and having the likeness of an Indian deity. No, no its not a plucked chicken

A figurine, unearthed from a cave, called Hohle Fels in Schelklingen, Germany in 2008 was unveiled publicly. It may be the oldest sculptural carving created by human hands. Anthropologists believe the doll to be at least 35,000 years old. The ivory Venus figurine may shed light over male desire for sex and reproduction. It could have been carved by a youth as a gift to an admirer, made over many hours of idle time. No internet, not porn, no Playboy magazine, just a dark damp cave, and a shell scraping at a husk. I'll like to met her someday, we could be friends, Those breasts, Boy oh Boy, that flat rump, wow, those razer sharp lips, ahem..

1 comment:

Samantha said...

Funny how I should be commenting on Goddess Worship, and your post today is around the same theme.....

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