Version 1.0

This began as an email to Vernon Knight, October 17, 2012. It was completed on December 25, 2012.

Version 2.0

New material from Lance Foster added to the discussion of the rayed headdresses (here).

Version 3.0

Two paragraphs have been added here dealing with European Paleolithic counterparts to the Ghost Capture Scene. These paragraphs contains new pictures and film animations.

Additional marks on Flesh's shield have been interpreted (here), and added to the list of graphemes (e).

Changed the name of §5 from, "The Capture of Ghost and the Hóega" to "The Binding of the Soul: The Capture of Ghost and the Hóega."

Version 3.1

A footnote with two illustrations added, February 14, 2013.

Version 3.2

A footnote referencing the work of Trowbridge (1823) added, June 26, 2013.

"Half zipper line," "zipper line," and such terms, replaced by "ticked line," June 27, 2013.

A footnote added to §7. The Departure Scene, listing two XIXth century examples of target forms, June 28, 2013.

A footnote added to §2. The Combat Scene and the Symbology of the Twins. It lists exemplars by tribe from the paintings of George Catlin of the design worn as a gorget by Flesh (Star Eye) in this scene. June 28, 2013.

Version 4.0

Parallels from Spiro to the ticked lines on the face of Line Face presented and analysed. June 30, 2013.

Version 4.1

A new parallel from the Ioway (Chief Mahaska, painted by Charles Bird King) to the ticked lines on the face of Line Face was presented. July 17, 2016.