Here are some examples of the standard typology, sequence, and axial structure (see Furter 2014; Mindprint) in ayahuasca art.
Peyote or mescaline art, is a visual styling that resembles luminous entoptics. However these artworks also contain the usual subconscious standard structure of visual expression, named mindprint (Furter 2014).
Here are some examples of archetypal structure or mindprint ‘grammar’ in mushroom or psilocybin art, and in fairy art. Entertaining! And demonstrations that typology and the axial grid is not found ‘fairy’ in photographs, since they do not benefit from artistic eye -hand -mind co-ordination..
All paintings, including of King Solomon’s Judgement, of the two mothers disputing one baby under threat of a sword, express the standard set of subconscious archetypal figures, named mindprint. See structural analyses of five such artworks below.
Artists are not aware that all artworks in all cultures follow a strict visual ‘grammar’, despite the apparent diversity, and distractions of subject and styling. The core content of art, myth, and ritual, is identical in all cultures.
Type 12/13 Heart or Leo is often felid (lion, tiger, puma); and/or inverted (particularly at type 12 Leo); and/or carries a weapon as a lord of life and death; and/or equid (horse, ambiguous with his opposite type 5 Priest or Aquarius). Here are examples of structuralist analysis in rock art, Indian art, and Egyptian religious art.
Krishna, Pan, Kokopelli and other flute players as forest lords, appear in rock art in the Americas, Africa (including Zimbabwe) and India. Ian Anderson, composer and flautist of jazz rock band Jethro Tull, subconsciously started expressing the repertoire; chromatic music of close-fitting notes, arpeggio slides, meditative riffs, standing on one leg, hairy, popular with goat herdesses, and campaigning for forest preservation.