posted on Jul, 2 2012 @ 06:35 PM
Originally posted by NewAgeMan
"The Broken Sphere", Vatican Museum
But you see, the sword (which comes from the mouth of Christ) is a doubled edged sword, so it cuts both ways and "what's good for the goose is good
for the gander" as they say.
So who's treasure was pilfered and how precisely was the wealth contained therein redistributed, that's the question.. right?
Double binds, quadruple binds, it makes no difference to the Lord of Light and Love!
Understood in this frame of reference as a type of quadruple bind times x (re-applied by God as absolute awareness), the piece of art called "The
Broken Sphere" in the middle of the Vatican Museum Courtyard, signifies the fall of Babylon, imho, and nothing less (groan..).
It represents therefore a redistribution of spiritual wealth, from those who think they have already, to those in need, that one and all might freely
access the living life of the spirit of God without the possibility of conflict or of "stepping on toes" as we ascend a hiearchy of powers and
principalities. It represents the victory of Christ when mirrored back, even though what it intends or may intent to represent could even be the
opposite of that triumph.
I don't know about you, but I think this interpretation is pretty amuzing, insightful, and rather cutting (ie: good swordsmanship employing that
doubled edged sword of Christ's).
edit on 2-7-2012 by NewAgeMan because: (no reason given)