lips: "John Green's Interview with Bob Gimlin" (1992)
is absent on the palms and soles, and it appears to be quite
short on the backs of the hands, upper foot, and most of
the face. They
do not have the bare patch on the chest like gorillas, nor
anywhere else on the body, which is reasonable considering
habitat. A few people claim to have seen rather longer hair
on parts of the gead and/or neck." G.S. Krantz, Bigfoot
Sasquatch Evidence. Blaine, WA., 1999. p.148.
spirit: "in Italian folklore the spot in the earth
where a mushroom appears indicates a specific metallic body below,
i.e., the planetary figures or archetypal bodies of the underworld.
Freud...reverted to the mushroom as an image for the mystery of
the origin of dreams." J. Hillman, The Dream
and the Underworld. New York, 1979. p.172.
sort of pure space: R.M. Rilke. From, Duino
Elegies "Eight Elegy." W.H. Glass, Translator. "If these volatile images own something of their quality
to the nature of the 'canvas' and the lighting of the caves, they
also offer the really insoluble problem of what the artist and
his 'audience' saw: not the image on the retina but the image in
the mind. The limitations of our experience impose a barrier beyond
any incidental differences of lighting and modes of approach. Our
visual memories and everything that makes up our mental bias leave
us incapable of seeing what they saw." N.K. Sandars, Prehistoric
Art in Europe. Baltimore, MD., 1968. p.69.