Stoneprint, the human code in art, buildings and cities (Edmond Furter, 2016, Four Equators Media, 400 pages, 170mm x 295mm, … More
In artefacts and artworks, where archaeo astronomers see ancient star maps, archaeologists see cultural traditions, and anthropologists see initiation secrets, appear a standard axial grid of archetypes, always in the same sequence. This posts introduces the five layers of features revealed by structuralist analysis of artworks,
Mindprint is sixteen recurrent character types, each expressing a cluster of optional archetypal features, and each feature at a specific … More
Recurrent features in art, rock art, myth, divination emblems, alphabets, and some natural sets, enabled the initial ‘cracking’ of subconscious stock character types, their sequence, their spatial relationship, and their planar features on three cosmic planes. The mindprint and stoneprint model offers a lens through which to read the compulsive core content in cultural expressions, across the gulf of millennia and continents.