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If you both have trust in the universe you can share your spiritual journey together, in good times and in bad.If you do not share this commonality I would recommend getting a new partner to date.It is like trying to show a dog a rainbow (dogs are colorblind). Below I have some recommended reading they might consider.But you do not have to push the issue, but rather gently guide them.The I and X (and possible V) forms go along with that, and we do have a much later example of tally marks using precisely that system. Therefore the "anti lice" hairstyle was probably quite common as it is known to all males who see the Venus.However..men, logically, also have the same "anti lice" hairstyles 24,000BP? I have a gut feeling that the hairstyle may be unique to females because it appears as an accentuated characteristic on the Venus like the big tits and I do assume the Venus is a fertility symbol of female characteristics I do not agree with the 'fertility symbol' interpretation.All the scrapers from the dig are only 20-24K years old. That suggests (to me, at any rate) that they were probably not created as a by-product of another process (i.e. The Navajo have a custom that makes it taboo and unlucky for a man to have anything to do his mother-in-law. However, my own mother was a royal pain-in-the-ass and extremely rude to my ex. I think it only matters that tits are accentuated as a "earth mother symbol", but then again early humans may have simply liked big tits. Humans have similar features such as symmetrical faces, good teeth etc.
Somehow, by magic, another 10,000 years has been added to the age of the scraper in the linked article.Earlier human artwork like Venus of Willendorf and the caves at El Castillo are symbolic and ritual based and not "business tools". Maybe they had tightly-curled "Afro" hair, and as Lance said, I too have always interpreted it as either curly, or woven.Salomed hasn't asked himself the obvious question... I openly wonder if there are any health benefits in having dreadlocks. I never understood why her "beanie" covered her eyes. But from this angle they're her skinny girl-arms held across her breasts. Just one point of clarification, I interpret dreadlocks and woven hair differently. It is only a relationship problem only for the person that has faith.
Further they do not understand why it is important to you and why you even need to bring it up.
I studied and made stone tools for Antropological prehistory in the late 70s and early 80s. Is she "blind" like "Justice" to the foibles of individuals? Another characteristic of note is that she's been painted with red ochre. Just my impressions based upon absolutely nothing ... But from this angle they're her skinny girl-arms held across her breasts. I'm not that worried about proportions of the sculpture being cartoonish.