Parallel Worlds

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Moreover, the fertility of women, men, animals and plants is vital to the continuity of life on earth, so it was represented recurrently in Ecuador’s ancient cultures. In some pieces one can see seeds and the different stages of women’s, families’ and animals’ life cycles, which relate to fertility rites in pre-Columbian societies
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