- SOLAR IMAGE: here we admire the central part of the Sun Door in the Hall of the Earth, which shows richness of the various aspects related to the Sun, represented here with an anthropomorphic image: a warrior whose helmet extends from the forehead to protect his nose.
- LUNAR IMAGE: the image reproduces the central part of the Moon Door in the Hall of the Earth, in the Temples of Humankind. It shows the mediumistic, intuitive expression on a female face enclosed between two half-moons.
- THE DOME IN THE HALL OF MIRRORS: detail of the Tiffany glass dome that illuminates the Hall of Mirrors with a warm , golden light. The Hall of Mirrors is dedicated to life, light, air, the sky, the sun and to Horus, the cosmic and solar force connected to the spiritual awakening of humankind in the Third Millennium. The dome shows a great hawk that with its outstretched wings protects the universe.
- GAIA: the ancient Greeks used this name in the rituals dedicated to the Earth. Gaia , the cosmic, fertile womb generated by Caos. . the primordial interstellar space – exists before any other from of life. She generated the sky, which she named Uranus, to keep her company and make love to her. The sky, stretched out above the Earth, generated many children in the great womb of Gaia, but Uranus, fearing to be overcome by them, forbade her to give birth to them. Only Cronos (Time) had the courage to come to her aid, allowing Gaia to create all the gods and goddesses of ancient Greece. In the temple of Delphi, erected in Gaia’s honor, priestesses used to burn handfuls of sacred herbs on the fire and inhaling the fragrances that was coming up from the smoke, invoked her eternal wisdom.
- ISIS is one of the most venerated figures in the Egpytian mythology. She is the goddess of fertility, motherhood and magic. Her maternal spirit is invoked in the healing process. She is often associated with the throne, that is, with the power of the pharaoh, of whom she is considered the celestial mother. She is the one who reassembles the body of her husband, Osiris, who was killed and dismembered by his brother Seth. Thanks to Isis, Osiris comes back to life and because he gas experienced and overcome death, he is acknowledged as the lord of the underworld, while Isis acquires the function of helper in the passage of humans to the afterlife.
- HORUS is one of the most important Divinities in the mythology of ancient Egypt. He is the son of Isis and Osiris and is worshiped in two forms, that of the child Horus and that of the adult Horus. He is the very embodiment of the pharaoh and his power: absolute, wise, driven by deep love for the people over whom he reigns and for which he is responsible. His being so well-rounded is what strikes us most: he is son and father of a People, god and pharaoh, divine and human. All this is blended inside him without any separation and in total coherence, as a statement that everything that exists can be composted in a single, harmonious picture.
|Dimensions||31 × 43 cm|
|Design / Image||
Afrodite, Amaterasu, Atena, Balder, Buddha, Cibele, Dome of the hall of Earth, Dome of the Hall of Mirrors, Durga, Gaia, Green Tara, Hanmea, Hauramadza, Horus, Isis, Lakshmi, Lebe, Lunar Portal, Papa, Sif, Solar Portal, Tonenili