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80 - The path of Alchemy beyond the wheel of evolution-involution is represented on the central panel of the Haywain triptych by late-Gothic Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch ["El Bosco"] (c.1450-1516).
79 - Egyptian faience amulets of the 4 Sons of Horus to protect the viscera of the mummified deceased: it is said the intestines were thought to be protected by Qebehsenuef (falcon), the lungs by Hapy (baboon), the liver by Imsety (human), and the stomach by Duamutef (jackal).
78 - Egyptian sculpture of Isis protecting mummified Osiris with her wings. She is wearing the solar disk inside caw horns, a uraeus, and a crown of uraei; he, the atef two-feathered crown.
77 - Colour Egyptian mural painting of a male wearing the triangular skirt with mysteries veil whilst holding louts flower and staff of power.
76 - the Aztec five-Sun calendar stone
75 - 4th segment of a Japanese Buddhist depiction of hell (continues from image 74)
74 - 3rd segment of a Japanese Buddhist depiction of hell (continues from image 73)
73 - 2nd segment of a Japanese Buddhist depiction of hell (continues from image 72)
72 - 1st segment of a Japanese Buddhist depiction of hell - continuous (eleven feet six inches long by ten and a half inches wide) painted silk roll ("makimono") mounted upon tough paper to be read from left to right
71 - "Resurrection and transfiguration of Christ" by German Renaissance painter Mathias Grunewald (1475/80-1528) from the Isenheim altarpiece, Colmar (Underlinden Museum) - colour painting
70 - Egyptian god Min, ithytphallic, and mummy-dressed, relief. See also No. 31.
69 - As No. 68, detail of head
68 - Seated serpent warrior, stone sculpture at Museo de Sitio, Teotenango, Mexico
67 - Maize-God, the Classic Maya form of Hun-Hunahpu, resurrecting from the earth symbolised by turtle shell, and accompanied by his two sons Hunahpu and Xbalanque (b/w drawing from Maya bowl)
66 - Maize-God emerging from out of turtle shell symbolyzing the earth and flanked by two chac figures wielding weapons, including a serpent-footed lightning axe at right (b/w drawing from Mayan vessel)
65 - Demeter with wheat or barley stalks and Persephone with water, both with torches, sending the hero Triptolemus to take the gift of corn to mankind (b/w drawing)
64 - Sumerian figure showing 12 stars or planets (b/w drawing)
63 - Eye of Horus flanked by volture and snake (b/w drawing)
62 - Overview of Giza, Egypt, from the north looking south, with the Great Pyramid in the foreground. (b/w drawing)
61 - Teotihuacan, a view down the Way of the Dead from behind the Pyramid of the Moon and with the Pyramid of the Sun to the left of the Way. Further beyond is the pyramid-temple of Quetzalcoatl (b/w reconstruction drawing)
60 - Aztec Calendar Stone (b/w drawing of the Sun Stone at the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City)
59 - Tlaloc letting blood upon fish-man (b/w drawing of detail from bas-relief at the Sout Ballcourt, El Tajin, Veracruz, Mexico).
58 - Huitzilopochtli with humming bird head-dress and lettting blood from his ear (b/w line drawing from detail of jaguar sculpture at the Mexico National Museum of Anthropology).
57 - Quetzalcoatl on x-cross (b/w line drawing)
56 - Aztec statue of warrior with caduceus (b/w picture)
55 - Seal of the Knights Templar (b/w drawing)
54 - Mesozoic animals with men, as shown in tens of thousands of engraved stones found near Ica, Peru (b/w outline)
53 - Camazotz, the bat god in a (b/w) detail from a Chama style Late Classic Maya vase
52 - Feathered Serpent Man sculpture (Tampere Art Museum, Finland)
51 - Hell depicted in colour by late-Gothic Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch ["El Bosco"] (c.1450-1516).
50 - Prometheus with volture and Herakles lifting stone and rising snake at back
49 - Indian painting showing mystical decapitation of the "I"s by the Divine Mother
48 - "The decapitator", pottery of the Mochica people, Peru
47 - The Sphinx at Giza
46 - The son's old man
45 - Easter Island heads
44 - Julius Cesar
43 - Mithras drawing the blood of the bull
42 - Xiuhcoatl, the fire-serpent of the Aztecs
41 - Interlaced winged witnesses mastering the beasts, Mesopotamian goblet from Iran
40 - Horus and Isis flanking Osiris support him on the pedestal
39 - Horus showing the way leaning on left foot
38 - Gioconda
37 - "Cephren alabaster statue, Fourth Dynasty, Old Kingdom."
36 - Mayan young god of maize
35 - Tutankhamun's solid gold coffin made in the image of Osiris.
34 - Egyptian winged scarab flanked by two snakes, holding lotuses and supporting God''s eye and trinity
33 - Egyptian pectoral with silhouettes of jackal and winged eye
32 - Zeus and Typhon, line drawing
31 - Egyptian god Min, phallic representation, statuette. See also No. 70
30 - Medieval drawing about peeping into other dimensions
29 - Alchemists' red cross-on-sphere with entwined snake
28 - Egyptian man kneeling and holding two spheres as offerings: "Bronze statuette of King Thutmose IV, 18th Dynasty, around 1350 BC"
27 - Ankh with djed with staff
26 - Egyptian four-level column "djed"
25 - Harpocrates
24 - Horus right hand up, knee on ground
23 - Egyptian Divine Mother and child
22 - Orphic Phanes
21 - Xochipilli
20 - Xolotl with x-cross, black and white line illustration (see also No. 16)
19 - Huehueteotl
18 - Seven-snake headed decapitated Maya ball-game player, "Lapida de Aparicio", Veracruz (see also No.6)
17 - Breaking successive layers of the self to gradually wake up, pottery, Mexico
16 - Xolotl (see also No. 20)
15 - Ehecatl monkey
14 - Bat-God man sculpture found in Miraflores, Estado de Mexico.
13 - Totonacan Mictlantecuhtli
12 - Mayan mysteries torch
11 - Tut-Ankh-Amun funerary mask
10 - Colossal "Olmec" negroid head
09 - Devoured by snake (Chichen Itza)
08 - A Knight Tiger
07 - Chac-mool
06 - The 7-snake shaped blood from decapitated ball-game player on a relief from the ball-game court in Aparicio, Municipio Vega de Alatorre, Mexico (see also No. 18)
05 - A Knight Eagle
04 - Mother Death Coatlicue (black and white)
03 - Mother Death Coatlicue
02 - the two snakes, Aztec
01 - the Aztec five-Sun calendar stone.
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