I think its a fairly good interpretation. For some reason i have a natural talent in interpreting these sorta things. Tell me what you think.
Basically, you got a reddish brownish background, symbolizing a atmosphere of war, violence and chaos. This is initself a projection of the eclipse.
An eclispe always symbolizes destruction in mystical thought. This eclipse has rays connected to a cube - implying the physical world, with a women
hung in mid air, in a contorted position, appearing to be 'wailing'. This women symbolizes humanity, and her position suggests her spiritual state.
Shes in pain, suffering and in 'limbo' because the light of the sun has been darkned by the moon. Eclipse is mentioned in many different traditions as
being an evil harbinger, so trust me on that.
Than you have a staircase to the left of the women. The staircase symbolizes a progression. Its inverted and in all sorts of confused shapes. This
implies an upward order, in a disordered manner. Perhaps a symbol of the elitist ethos of 'ordo ad chao'.
than, to the right, far backdrop, you have a pyramid. The backdrop suggest a basis or 'ancient' idea. The Pyramid symbolizes here the elitist desire,
since ancient times (circa sumer,babylon, egypt) of unifying the world under one heirarchy, symbolized by the pyramid. In front of the Pyramid is a
tree, which appears on closer inspection to be a 'fig tree', which is identified as the tree of life. The Right side of it is burning, symbolizing,
the 'right' vector of the tree, which is love, kindness. This side will be 'burning' during this time, but in a very negative manner. It will be
'enflamed' with negative emotions, that is.
Infront of the the tree is a man relaxing pointing forwards, towards the 'future'. He knows and thus calmly awaits whats coming. Hes along the path
between the checkered floor, the tree and the pyramid, implying his being initiated, and aware of the 'deeper truths'
The checkered floor in the foreground signifies duality, and this world. This is why the character standing on the floor is a child, who, being
dressed in a trench coat with half his face, his left side, screen by a red hue indicates that hes a symbol for the 'youth' of america. His outfit
implies he will be employed as a soldier, possibly at home. His left side, signifying his egoic consciousness, will be red, that is, filled with a
totalitarian and fascist perspective. He will be the goon of the elite.
Meanwhile, to the bottom left of the picture you have 4 men. Each signifying a different aspect of the elite. They are all pictured as policticians.
The one point with his fingers out at the kid symbolizes the elitist bellicose persona that wills to use americas youth as fodder and pions in
enslaving its people. He also appears very 'noble' and aristocratic. Another politician aswell points at the kid but in a critical manner. He looks at
the other politician in a judgemental way. This implies two different attitudes. One pro, the other con. The former 'good cop' the latter 'bad cop'.
This could mean a contrived dialect where half the lobby plays the pro war crew, while the other half acts the 'critical eye'. However, both are
working towards the same goal. Theyre simply acting out archetypal roles.
The final two men on the outside symbolize two different Feelings. The black man on the top is in complete view. This signifies the evil and nefarious
nature of what americas elite are doing (black men/negros are often used in mythology as symbolizing the 'evil personality' or inclination) against
its people. He taking off his glasses symbolizes his lack of vision. If his glasses were on, he'd see 'farther' down the road. The expression on his
face is a smirk, symbolizing an enjoyment or pleasure with whats going on. This is the 'shadow' or evil side which revels and smirks in mayham. To the
bottom corner of the screen theres another man, symbolizing the 'ultimate intention' this is the 'good' which justifies the evil of the black man. He
has glasses on, and looks forward with his hand on his chin in a philosophical pose. He implies the philosopher, mystic "the good will" behind the
evil black man, who sees with wisdom the ultimate end of his actions. Hes hardly in the picture and so 'hardly' visible in the face of the trauma of
the present suffering.
I do not support this mentality, or the evil of this art, but i think i did a decent job explaining it.
edit on 19-11-2010 by dontreally
because: (no reason given)