posted on Jun, 7 2009 @ 06:18 PM
Originally posted by asen_y2k
Ah ic, thanks a lot for explaining it to me. 1st time when I saw it I was a bit surprised. But can someone please tell me what does the hand symbol
displayed by the patient in the 1st pic mean?
Hard to say as it looks like all the hands are done poorly and not enough resolution to see more clearly. Its possible the patient is signaling as to
pain or no pain to the anesthesiologist.
On the right hand side we can see a state building, a set of scales and the woman working on medicines along with a press. This would tend to tell the
illiterate that the preparations of their medicines are overseen by the state and there is measured purity, quality, and fair value in them since they
make them starting at the beginning by pressing and preparing extracts.
You get the idea. Just look at them and pretend that you can't read. Each part has a message. Appears that is an old Jesuit founding, probably
explains the eye and the holy spirit being the focus of the hospitals work.
I didn't notice venus next to the eye before. There is the father the son and the holy spirit. Venus representing the morning star-the son.
[edit on 7-6-2009 by Pippin]