19th July 2016, 23:09
That's good to know , people are neglecting their Spirits and other Spirits too nowadays .
Originally posted by modwiz
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19th July 2016, 23:47
I find it interesting because I took a flint knapping class at Tsaile, Az, "Dine`Community College" on the Navajo Reservation in the early 90s. This was interesting due to the fact that the older tools, that is to say those we think today are made or were made by Neanderthal are much more subtle works of art, much more efficient cutters and they are a lot harder to duplicate for humans than the ones we did which are very easy to figure out are ours! One out of ten people that try may, may be able to actually duplicate correctly one side of the Neanderthal stone tools used commonly for skinning and producing chunks of meat! Even those skilled at it struggle, especially that last knap which has to be just right or its all for naught!
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20th July 2016, 07:54