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As someone who used to pick grocery sacks full of psilocybin and indulge in their experience back in the 1970's, I find it very curious that the Sumerian symbol for "see" and "eye" is a mushroom (or umbrella) if that is your thing. I also find it compelling in that I teach an art student named Ayla (notice the eye) who used to use mushroom and eyes on everything she made. She's dropped the mushroom now, but lots of eyes on her surreal figures.

Personally, I believe it must me a mushroom, but I'm wondering if any of you have thoughts as to why this particular symbol is used for eye and see.

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symbol for "see" and "eye" 336 thirdpal 19-Feb-20 18:11
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 70 MDaines 19-Feb-20 19:12
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 59 thirdpal 19-Feb-20 20:40
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 63 MDaines 20-Feb-20 07:27
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 65 thirdpal 19-Feb-20 20:51
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 59 MDaines 20-Feb-20 07:14
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 51 thirdpal 26-Feb-20 16:46
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 44 thirdpal 26-Feb-20 19:19
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 54 seasmith 26-Feb-20 19:22
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 53 thirdpal 04-Mar-20 15:59
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 50 MDaines 26-Feb-20 19:35
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 36 thirdpal 28-Feb-20 16:44
Re: symbol for "see" and "eye" 53 drew 28-Feb-20 00:21
Snakes and Pineal Glands 44 MDaines 28-Feb-20 08:52
Re: Snakes and Pineal Glands 44 drew 28-Feb-20 09:12
Re: Snakes and Pineal Glands 52 thirdpal 28-Feb-20 16:51


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