Now that I have seen this, I can’t unsee it. They call these ceremonial mask representations, in ancient Mesoamérica. I think instead, they may be depicting psychedelic trip experiences. The third image is the one that really got me thinking about it this way. ImageImageImageImage
Psychedelics were extremely intertwined with their lives. These experiences, of communing with the gods, would naturally be told afterwards, and chronicled in art. That’s makes sense to me. ImageImageImageImage
This is said to be a depiction of the armor worn by ballers of the time. I don’t think so. This piece is genius. One way, it’s a lizard. Another way, it’s like the ankh, with arms upraised. A halo of illumination above......! Image
Now I see it in all of these! The first one is just awesome. The second one is our toroidally knotted universe. The third and fourth ones are a universal experience, across cultures. ImageImageImageImage
Often the eyes are partially or totally closed. Seated, with legs crossed. Communing with the gods/cosmos..... ImageImageImageImage
Lots of meditational/psychedelic resemblance here. The third one, Olmec, has crazy chakra symbolism, third eye, trinity, crown. The last one seems to me to represents vibration of sound, from voice. ImageImageImageImage
Okay, one more. The headdress has Egyptian undertones. The hand position on the scepter seems Eastern.

I do not spend enough time looking into these Mesoamerican relics. I have a whole new take on it now....... ImageImage

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