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Mexico Clay Goddesses

The clay arts are a co-penetrating series of female humanities memories

Categorized in these topics: Baba Yaga

Despite the ever rising wave of femicide in the Mexico City marketplaces, the memory of the once honored 30,000 years of prehistoric Goddesses such as Goddess Tlatecuhtli discovered in 2006, Aztec ruins right in the largest square in the world, are surfacing. It is as if to signal the demise of anything female and the virulent violence against all females that set off the need to conflate social memory for the long term through commemoration--
The practice of decorating the boats after a female is most likely a short-term practice that could only have a life span for a few decades at best with the catastrophic violence ever escalating.


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