Cro-Magnon Fertility Goddess
Ancient Female Figurines Suggest the Cro-Magnon Worshipped Fertility Goddesses
Given the size of the Cro-Magnon skull, pictured below with a permanent "oh sh*t" look on its face,
it is no surprise that these Anatomically Modern Humans (AMH) were the first to create figurines in the shape of a fertile female, potentially indicating the worship of a fertility goddess. There are several indications that the Cro-Magnon people did have religious or spiritual beliefs. For example, ancient cave paintings, such as the oldest known hunting scene found in Indonesia (pictured below), depict animals being killed during a hunt. However, the painting shows a group of figures that represent half-animal, half-human hybrids called "therianthropes," which may have actually been a foundational element to the development of religion in our species. Many social scientists think that by drawing these pictures, the Cro-Magnon believed a successful hunt would come true.
Found today under the "BBW" category on Pornhub, the Cro-Magnon also made the first figurines in the shape of a fertile female. The "Venus of Willendorf" sculpture below is believed to be one of the very earliest religious icons, whom the AMH may have worshipped as a fertility goddess to help them bear children, as well as help create a fertile agricultural environment so that they could grow the necessary crops needed to feed the pregnant women and their children.