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Rare, Neolithic 'Goddess' 8,000-year-old statuette discovered in Çatalhöyük, Turkey,  depicting a plump woman with her hair tied in a bun, sagging breasts and a pronounced belly. The fatness of this goddess statue could represent high status rather than an elevated place in a society of equals.

Rare, Neolithic 'Goddess' 8,000-year-old statuette discovered in Çatalhöyük, Turkey, depicting a plump woman with her hair tied in a bun, sagging breasts and a pronounced belly. The fatness of this goddess statue could represent high status rather than an elevated place in a society of equals.

Ever felt an angel's breath in the gentle breeze? A teardrop in the falling rain? Hear a whisper amongst the rustle of leaves? Or been kissed by a lone snowflake? Nature is an angel's favorite hiding place. - Carrie Latet. Highgate Cemetery, North London

Goddess Aphrodite, worshiped as Isis in ancient Egypt, Ptolemaic Period, 305-30 BC, terracotta polychrome

Goddess Aphrodite, worshiped as Isis in ancient Egypt, Ptolemaic Period, 305-30 BC, terracotta polychrome

Pictures of Ten Styles (Jittaiga Fuzoku): A Young Woman with a Dog Torii Kiyonaga (Japanese, 1742–1815) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1790–91 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper

Pictures of Ten Styles (Jittaiga Fuzoku): A Young Woman with a Dog Torii Kiyonaga (Japanese, 1742–1815) Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1790–91 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper

"Choice is a divine teacher, for when we choose we learn that nothing is ever put in your path without a reason." ~ Iyanla Vanzant Artist: Diego Rivera - mural in the National Palace, Mexico City Depicts Zapotec and Mixtec culture in Oaxaca in pre-hispanic times. ♥ lis

"Choice is a divine teacher, for when we choose we learn that nothing is ever put in your path without a reason." ~ Iyanla Vanzant Artist: Diego Rivera - mural in the National Palace, Mexico City Depicts Zapotec and Mixtec culture in Oaxaca in pre-hispanic times. ♥ lis

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