He then connects the skull to the land and to do his own private vision of the world; he imagines wearing the skull as a helmet, to serve as a kind of lens through which the arid wastes will reveal their true essence: „If by looking into the empty cavity of one of those broken unburied skulls I had been able to see, as in a magic glass, an image of the world as it once existed in the living brain, what would i have seen?“
William Henry Hudson (Idle Days in Patagonia, 1893)

Radio signals recorded through the cavity of a skull found on the north-west shore of Breitling. (Radio signals diffused by Fernando Godoy)