posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 10:51 PM
Lest we forget, art always imitates life....or does life imitate art? WHERE the hints are located matters not, be they in nursery rhymes, old church
hymnals, comic books, blockbusters, or video games....the point is, clues are everywhere. I'm one who ALWAYS questions the symbolism selected for
artwork like this, and I think nothing is random. Are the artists creating their own existence? Sounds like a crazy copycat of a Heroes episode, but
how many times do we have to go through this before people stop laughing at the obvious? It has been pointed out time, after time, after time, after
time, in every genre and form imaginable....the symbols are here, there, everywhere. They are in children's shows, in nursery rhymes, poetry, songs,
religious materials....why do people automatically resort to name calling and ridiculing when it's noticed?
Look around you folks...open your eyes. The world, the universe, speaks to you in messages. In pre-technological times, those messages were found in
nature, in the animals, in cloud movements, and every other kind of omen you can imagine. Nothing is by accident. ALL is a message. So whatever it
is that you spend time doing, therein will lie your personal messages. If you play games, they will be there. If you watch TV, they will be there.
If you drive for living, the messages will show up in billboards and rest stops. Need I go on?
Stop laughing, and open your mind to bigger ideas. We will never, as a whole, even BEGIN to understand the complexities of the universe because we
can't even get past the idea of omens and messages. My advice would be to not invalidate someone else's messages, because one day, you will finally
see your own, and you will reap what you have sown when you try to share what you have witnessed.
I don't find it funny or even the least bit humorous or "cool" when people feel they have to ridicule others for something they can't see or
haven't seen yet. If people spent more time analyzing their own messages, then talking about them, we might actually get somewhere.