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Originally posted by SheopleNation
Looks kind of like The Death Star when it was being re-built. It's clearly a New World order symbol. As far as A UFO connection, All one has to do is look at the art that is connected to The Vatican and it's pretty obvious that the cosmos are a big part of it. They seem to be obsessed with the Orion nebula, as well as planet Saturn. ~$heopleNation
Originally posted by spire
Hm, for me it looks like an Eye.. I do see the planet within a planet like many have suggested but, I clearly see more Eye than a planet within a planet.
Originally posted by GunzCoty
reply to post by ch1n1t0
No you're looking at it backwards. And this is the moon. What you are seeing is the building of the moon and this is the "dark side" we don't see.
All joking aside WTH is this? Is this one of them hiding in plane sight things?
Originally posted by Agarta
reply to post by MerkabaMeditation
Well I suppose the Vatican could have a UFO, especially sense the Pope made the comment about Aliens a few months ago but I am not sure that the artwork has anything to do with it. It is called Sfera con Sfera translated to Sphere within Sphere. If it were the only one I might think your theory a possibility however there are many others in the collection made by Arnaldo Pomodoro.
Versions of the sculpture can be seen in the Vatican Museums and the Palazzo della Farnesina in Rome, Trinity College Dublin, the United Nations Headquarters in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, the Columbus Museum of Art in Columbus, Ohio, the de Young Museum in San Francisco, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art in Tehran,the Des Moines Art Center in Des Moines, the Hakone Open-Air Museum of Japan, the University of California, Berkeley and the Tel aviv University in Israel.
There is very little information regarding the purpose and/or meaning of the sculptures but I don't see this as unusual as most artists leave interpretation of their work to the observers. As for your observation and interpretation, it is a good theory if it were the only one but looking at the locations of the others it does make one think.