The unusual architecture of this Hall reminds us of the form of a womb, representing the feminine principle that contains and generates, to which this Hall is dedicated. Its circular walls have been painted by Falco Tarassaco with a view to store and preserve ancient memories and knowledge, that, activated by the observers, make intuitions and memories about our origins re-emerge.
On the ceiling, a Tiffany glass dome is decorated with marine motifs, where the soft shades of light-blue blend into the warm colors of the shells. These motifs are mirrored by the mosaic flooring, representing six dolphins, making the whole place a reminder that water has always been the embracing cradle from which life develops.
On the altar, embedded in the bare rock, a sphere reflects the fine patterns of the dome. Bare rock can be spotted, at different points, in each of the Temple Halls, a way for us to honor Mother Earth and remember that we are its guests. At the top of the staircase that leads to the huge chalice designed between two walls, a smaller altar supports a blue sphere facing a glass panel dedicated to the moon. From this overhead position, the sphere shines, resembling the celestial body to which it is connected.