ARTS INFORMATION

According to ancient texts, the so-called recession that we experience is in fact a sunset followed by a sunrise. This leans on the following material proof.
If we had to design with an object the way we have been moving for the past 2000 years, an ancient Egyptian obelisk would show it. An ancient Egyptian obelisk is always a one-piece object (monolith), carved from one granite block, and not a several-pieces object assembled together, despite the small pyramid on the upper part. This should be understood as a hint.
It took us eighteen centuries, symbolized by gently oblique lines, to make slowly our way to Modern Times that start at the bottom of the small pyramid located on the upper part of an obelisk.
Then things started to move faster, much faster in a very short period of time that is symbolized by the sharp oblique lines of the small pyramid located on the upper part of an ancient Egyptian obelisk.
The shape of an obelisk deals with the pace and the pace of our evolution. The problem is that the fluent quantity of times contained in an ancient Egyptian obelisk cannot and will never be known first. This fluent quantity has to be experienced before one knows about it, and it is only once it was experienced that we may turn around and say: “-if we had to design with an object the way we have been moving for the past 2000 years, an ancient Egyptian obelisk would show it “.
And by the way, the top of an ancient Egyptian obelisk shows where the Sun is. It is very clear that somebody has already been through this.
Apollo's Disc

"Apollo threw his disc in such a way that it crossed the Universe"

Obelisk: The Pace of Times

THE PACE OF TIMES

Ankh Cross

ANKH CROSS

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Arts, Arts Information. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s