posted on Mar, 5 2009 @ 08:00 PM
One thing the pictures seem to have in common (or at least some of them) is the heart-shaped vase with a beam of light that seems to be pouring in
from the heavens. Each vase has one side in the light and one side in the darkness. In religion, these are usually indicators of heaven and hell. But
in one of the pictures, there is a woman by a cross with her hand outstretched towards something. Ironically enough, the woman and the cross are on
the darker side of the vase art. In another picture, a woman by a baby with a dove overhead is praying to an idol in the clouds, and all of these
thinngs are found in the Bible, so again, religion. But that is on the light side of the vase this time, although both scenes i decsribed were on the
left of the vase. On the right side of the vase with the cross and woman is what appears to be a boat and an ocean and rain, but I can't be sure. If
I'm right, this is another scene from biblical times, Noah's Ark. This is the light side of that particular vase. Now onto the one with the praying
wonam and baby. On the right and dark side is a skeleton holding a whip. Not religious, I'm quite sure, unless it's general symolism for Hell.
The last picture with the vase is most interesting. There's a hole on the top of the vase for the light side and another hole for the dark side,
which is curious, and both have a stream of light coming into it. The light side is sunlight and the dark side is moonlight. In each side, something
is holding a key. In the light side, it's the sun and in the dark side, it's a skull. There are doors underneath each of these icons, again
symbolizing religion (he Gates of Heaven and Hell, persay). On the outside of the vase there are twwo outstanding characters; a monk-like man (possiby
God or one of his followers) standing on the light side and there is a goat-like creature (possibly Satan) on the dark side. (The goat-like creature
was in other pictures as well.) Both characters have a blunt object in their hands, and seem to either be building or beating down the doors on the
side by which they stand, and the hands from the sun and the skull seem to be giving them a key, much like a real estate owner gives a key to a house.
A rite of passage into the world in which they belong, i suppose.
It seems, threrefore, that these pictures are depisction on some sort of religion, possibly Christianity or one like it. If you need any other help
on it, let me know.
Other than these three pictures... I really have no flippin' idea.