in regard to the blue horse...i immediately thought of the four horsemen
thinking of the Doppler effect, the color red is "going away" and the color blue is "approaching.'
my understanding of the four horsemen is not at all similar to the common churchian doctrine - i'm not a christian, btw, or anything else for that
[ i'm just me
i have, however, extensively studied the bible and everything relevant to truly understanding what was written, such as cultures, languages, history,
etc., as well as just about every ancient culture and religion, in varying degrees...with no attachments to any certain doctrine or belief, it is a
very enlightening endeavor that has allowed me to see things that many people miss simply because they only want to see that which fits in with their
own chosen world-of-comfort.
first white horse:
the bow and arrows are sending forth the seeds of future victory, represented by the crown
second red horse:
this is Jesus - he said he came to spread not peace but the sword. and the red is not for blood but for fire. fire is the purifier even in times of
war - out of the ashes of such tragedy, humanity grows and evolves
third black horse:
the scales, or balances, that the horseman holds represent justice. since the horse is black, it is understood to be something that is hidden from the
common view - in this case, then, the justice is the blind and impartial workings of that hard-line mistress known as Karma.
fourth green horse:
this horse represents the Earth as a living thing - the greater cycle of life on the planet is comprised of the multitude held within the death cycle
of carbon-based organic life. iow, the smaller parts that seem to die are really parts of the greater one that does not die.
also, this has something to do with Osiris of AE - he was frequently depicted as having green skin. being the first God of Resurrection, then, his
return signifies the conquest over death on a grand and global scale.
so, then, i thought, where does a blue horse fit it?
well, as i said above, blue is that which is approaching...and the red horse is representation of purification, something that has departed...
the blue horse might be related to the Hopi's Blue Star Kachina
supposedly there is also a Red Kachina who is to come before the Blue, and this Kachina is understood to be the "purifier."
what would the purification be, then, and what does it have to do with the message of the Denver murals?
* the Hopi, and other indigenous peoples, most likely are migratory descendants of the Meso-American peoples, such as the Aztec, Inca, and
Mayans...and the Mayans are the time-keepers...there is also a time capsule in the Denver Airport!
* the four corners is an important metaphysical location, and is the home to many indigenous peoples including the Hopi. the four states are Colorado,
Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico
* the purification in question has to do with war and religion and is on a grand scale, initiated 2000 years ago by Jesus...and it must come by
there is only one time in history, since our current timetable classification of AD or CE began, that fits: 1914- 1945 - the start of WWI up until the
end of WWII.
the mural asks us to question what we hold as common truth, handed down by the generation who came before us...we were not there but that does not
mean we cannot find, and subsequently benefit from, the absolute truth of those years - or at least as close to absolute as possible.
while each of us has our own unique perspective on life and our experiences which is a subjective, but valid truth, there is ultimately a shared truth
that is objective and cannot be changed or amended in its final form.
as we continue to each form our own subjective truth, our opinions flavor both our outlook as well as our perception; we see the ultimate truth
through the filters of personal truth. our view constantly shifts, changes, and evolves as we grow and learn...and it also continues to alter our
perception in decreasing degrees. the more objective we become, the less subjective are our influences when interpreting.
it is more than probable, and ever possible, that many people were not who we believe them to have been...that what drove them was not what appears on
the surface...that what constitutes "success" in the advancing realms of reality is not the same as what humanity presently sees as productive and
i hope that makes sense. i have some more thoughts to add later on, after i do some more looking-up of sources and recall more of what i discovered
when i looked into the Denver Airport a few years ago when it first came to my attention.