An extra element of drama is added when we reach this impressive Hall through the long passageway carved into the bare rock, that twists and turns deep inside the earth.
In the Hall, we are surrounded by wall paintings representing various landscapes of the world, where animals, human beings, plants and sea mammals live in harmony. These images celebrate life cycles and the value of life itself, in all its manifestations.
The Hall’s main theme, namely the spiritual victory of humankind and its consequent enlightenment, is expressed in the golden faces of the woman and the man sculpted in the central column. A reminder that showing respect to all life forms on our planet is an essential condition for our spiritual evolution. A night sky is represented on the ceiling showing figures connected to the signs of the zodiac. Thousands of pinpoints of blue fiber-optic light recreate the constellations of a summer night in Atlantis, 22,000 years ago. The floor mosaics depict the different ages of human beings, emphasizing the importance of playfulness throughout our existence. The surface surrounding the mosaics is made of a shiny black granite that reflects the lights on the ceiling, giving the impression of walking on the stars.