You and your avatar . . .
I created this thread – David Icke just exposed himself . . .
A few people in that thread asked me to interpret their avatar, it was fun.
So I thought I’d make this thread and see if anyone wants to have some fun and allow me to interpret their avatar?
Here is how it works:
You post an image of your avatar (the one you are currently using) in the thread and I’ll tell you what I see and pick up on.
I’ll use the avatar I’m using at the moment as an example;
My avatar; what do you see funny man?
The image is a painting by Carlo Crivilli of Saint Michael fighting the
devil and weighing the souls – 1494
Saint Michael was the archangel who led God's army against the rebel angels led by Lucifer and cast them out of heaven. In paintings he is often
shown in armour, defeating the devil. He is also sometimes shown holding a set of scales in which he weighs human souls as here in Crivelli's
painting of him.
The fight between Saint Michael and the devil in the form of a dragon appears in the book of Revelations at the end of the Bible. Although only a
short passage, it was an episode that caught the medieval imagination, and Saint Michael and the devil (often in the form of a dragon) became a
popular subject for paintings.
I am interested and fascinated by renascence art, all art.
I’m a bit of an arm chair expert on the subject.
I find renaissance art to be littered with esoteric symbolism and meaning.
I have been to see this painting and many other renaissance works close up, in galleries, in private homes and anywhere I can get to.
I chose this avatar because I love peacocks; I think they may just be my favourite bird.
Saint Michael is dressed as a peacock.
Also he his kicking the devils arse (all cheer).
I don’t like injustice – the scales.
I’m a Libra – the scales.
I’m also fascinated by the number 3 and Triptych (I circled the 3 - Triptych in the above image)
You can learn about Triptych:
So what does this avatar I’m using say about me?
I’m a Libra.
I love peacocks
I don’t like injustice
I'm interested and fascinated by renaissance art.
I’m fascinated by the number 3 - Triptych.
I, like every normal and sane person, do not love or worship the devil.
There is another reason I love this work of art, its right there for all to see.
Maybe some of you can see it?
I’ll give a clue: its right above his head . . .
If anyone wants to play along and have some fun, post your avatar.
Thanks in advance.