posted on Dec, 20 2014 @ 02:44 PM
a reply to: Kantzveldt
I was over looking some more pictures and was doing some visual comparisons and found some interesting ones.
What I also found a little funny, is Ezekiel chariots motif, talking about, or more or less presenting two creatures, one being a wheel within a
wheel, and the other being a creature of four different distinctions. Face of an eagle, lion, bull, and a man, which sounds like a very screwed
creature God made up. Anzu kind of compares the creature, which is what is believed to have been called a "Cherubim", since Anzu is a mytholoical,
but albeit poweful chimera, and shares traits of a lion and an eagle.
Also, I think the artwork that belong to the Byzantine, infamous ufo painting, is somehow related or inspired by the Anzu and Ninruta carving. One
chasing the other, and the other turning it head while fleeing.
Another art fact is that, Ninruta has several wings, much like "Seraphim", although I don't know how a wheel within a wheel with eye, can be
compared to a mass with a face and whole bunch of wings?
Or maybe a ball that flying is depicted as having wings due to the idea it could fly, but the wings don't exist or appear.
Again, I was bored.