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Oculus, Jones/Ginzel (1998)
An artwork entitled Oculus (Eye) has been installed all over the Chambers Street/World Trade Center station complex.
Created by Kristin Jones and Andrew Ginzel, Oculus consists of 300 different mosaic eyes, all based upon actual human eyes taken from photographs--not computer generated. Oculus consists of 301 mosaic panels by artists Kristin Jones, Andrew Ginzel and Rinaldo Piras.
The project presents the eyes of three hundred individual New Yorkers translated from a photographic study conducted by Jones/Ginzel into stone mosaic by the classically trained Piras. The centerpiece of the work is an elliptical glass and stone mosaic floor, with a magnificent micro mosaic eye at the center of an ultramarine vortex with the image of the City of New York woven into the picture. Source: italcultny.org.
"...and, and , the eye is one of the classic symbols of this network of bloodlines. And if you go far enough back the ancients used to symbolize the non-humans, shall we say, the extraterrestrials or whatever you want to call them as the watchers.
And they used to symbolize them as an eye. And all the way through thousands of years this has come. And here it is.
Why would you put eyes on a subway station after a inside job by the network whose symbol is the eye? Why would you then put eyes on this station?
Cause their laughing at us. Taking the piss.
But not for bloody long
David Icke, Another Stupid Video, Sept. 2011
"'Cause they're Lawwfing at us dahlings"
his followers who have checked out his research and found he is spot on.
Originally posted by Frater210
reply to post by Swills
He really says that he is, 'the son of god'...
I don't see how this could be understood any other way; context or not. It seems that David claimed to be the son of god and the interviewer is taking him to task for it and the audience is laughing at him.
He uses the usual 'new-age shuffle' to try and deflect the barbs but it is clear to me that he is trying to communicate that he believes that he is the son of god.
That being said; so what? Lots of Newage (rhymes with sewage ) types say that sort of thing and considering what Icke has said since I don't know why any of it should come as a surprise to anyone.
Either way, there is the video clip.