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Rennes le Chateau stoneprint tour of archetype in art, church plans, and villages

In the hothouse of culture and legends at Rennes les Bains and Rennes le Chateau, the eternal archetypal structure is camouflaged in an unusually wide range of styling. The structuralist anthropology model of optional recurrent features is identified at several levels of scale. Here is an introduction to Stoneprint Journal 6, and a map of the five points where the subconscious patterns in the two adjacent landscapes converge.

A Greek salt ‘frying’ pan model of character and calendar

Greek Cycladic islands salt evaporation pan bases often traced out planetary calendars. One terracotta pan bottom incidentally expresses the archetypal cycle of sixteen types in a rare axial grid. The rare design compares well with Egyptian polar decans (see another post on the Seti1 ceiling), but due to archetype, not diffusion.

Stonehenge landscape is a chalk skin tattoo

The sequence of archetypes in the Stonehenge landscape (as revealed by excavations and radar) is listed here, noting archetypal features.

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