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posted on 3rd of march, 2017

The most common symbolic use of the skull is a representation of death. At first impression it carries a negative aura and nowadays more often its portrayal express everything what can be associated with evil in general. However, it can have and another meaning such as life after death, which leads to joy and fulfillment, celebration of life or cheerful memory of the dead one. For instance, a famous day of dead which is celebrated throughout Mexico can be associated more over with joy than sadness or grief.

     


A symbolic meaning of skull can be related to its openness or identifiablity. A skull as a form is recognizable as part of a human body or as face which express a human person-hood. How does it happen? Human face is one of the most informative stimuli we can perceive....

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