Since the dawn of humanity, the Moon’s phases have fascinated humans, influencing any number of activities on Earth including ocean tides, seasons, harvests, migrations, hunting, crime, sleeping, sex, and has inspired countless works of art. The first lunar calendar, dated to 32,000 BC was discovered, drawn on animal bone in caves. It’s believed hunters during the last Ice Age used these portable lunar calendars to anticipate the behavior of different animals like Mammoths.
6529 Museum Notes
Gazers are the most complex NFTs in the collection by far. They have an huge amount of traits and are programmed to change behavior over years, centuries and millenia with the moon cycles. Nobody knows the full extent of their behavior. The 6529 Collection has 10 Gazers, including ultra rare Rocket and Hours:Minutes:Second Gazers. It also has the #1 stat rarity Gazer but really more for the vibe than any other reason – the vast number of traits in Gazers makes a mockery of the analytical value of statistical rarity in this collection.